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Pupil Premium expenditure: September 2016 - July 2017

Allocation of funding for 2016/17

Alternative Provision



Attendance Officer post



Pupil Support post



Educational Welfare Officer support



Exam Access Arrangement testing



Family Support



Post 16 transition support






Total Expenditure 






Total Pupil Premium income for 2016/17 - £35,760






  • Number of pupils on roll over school year = 71
  • Number of pupils qualifying for Pupil Premium Grant = 38
  • Grant value: £935 per qualifying pupil from free school meals, £1,900 for Looked After Children
  • Size of grant for 2016/17 = £35,760


Focus for 2016/17

  1. Support for poorest attenders in school through provision of an Attendance Officer and support from the E.W.O. service.
  2. Support in GCSE exams through testing for access arrangement support.
  3. Support for pupils on alternative provision to maintain placement.
  4. Support for families to deal with challenging home situations
  5. Support over the summer holidays for Year 11 pupils.



Impact of Pupil Premium funding for 2016/17

  1. All Year 11 leavers eligible for Pupil Premium engaged over the summer holidays in finding a post-16 placement.
  2. All pupils attending Alternative Provision who were eligible for Pupil Premium maintained their places over the school year.
  3. Full attendance at GCSE exams by pupils eligible for Pupil Premium.
  4. Three families of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium supported through very challenging circumstances.