Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Strategy

2017 -18

Pupil Premium funding targets additional money at pupils who are entitled to free school meals as well as looked after children.

Schools have the freedom to spend the Premium, which is additional to the underlying school's budget, in a way they think will best support the raising of attainment for the pupils in this category.

In 2017 - 2018 GANF will be allocated the following Funding

Ambergate - £70,000

Sandon £17,020

This funding will be used to build on the successes of last year with the ultimate aim for 100% of eligible for pupil premium students to achieve their CASPA and National progression guidance target for the end of the year.

Whole School Strategy

As a school we recognise that there is not a one size fits all strategy that will ensure that all children flourish.

However we also know that certain whole school strategies will benefit all children – especially those eligible for pupil premium students.

The whole school strategies that will be used in 2017-2018 are as follows:

 ·         We will work with the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and Lincolnshire Learning Partnership on their Mobilise project. The current research is looking into using feedback to improve learning. Through the research it will support staff with considering delayed and immediate feedback, self and peer assessment and providing pupils with meaningful and challenging feedback. The research will allow pupils to benefit and improve their learning including eligible for pupil premium students

·         Eligible for Pupil Premium students will be targeted in all staff planning to ensure they are targeted for extra support in each lesson across the curriculum.

Breakdown of specific spending

Focus Impact Cost
Additional Teacher and three Teaching assistants to support to run a Pupil Premium intervention team.One to one support for Numeracy and Literacy.Short-term intervention programmes for students who are not on track to make their end of year targets. Social and Communication intervention for pupils to aid them with the development of social skills. 
Improved Numeracy and Literacy skills.Increased confidence of pupils as their increased literacy skills allow them to play a greater role in the rest of the curriculum.All eligible for pupil premium students to have made progress in line with or above non eligible for pupil premium students.Increased social and communication skills to allow pupils to access the wider community.  60,000
Intensive communication supportIncreased sessions of Speech and language for appropriate studentsSupport for staff on delivery of Speech and language Increased confidence of students as their communication improves.Greater access to the rest of the curriculum with enhance communication skills   16,225
For students with more complex physical needs a selection of therapies are offered for example Rebound Rebound helps develop movement and balance which in turn helps students access the sensory curriculum.   10,795

Impact of Pupil Premium

Pupil premium students made outstanding progress during the 2016/17 academic year with The additional support given to the pupil premium students has allowed for this to take place.

The extra teacher to support Pupil premium students has been a great success and has ensured that on average pupils that were part of the programme made between 3 – 6 months on their reading age.

The rebound sessions have also been hugely beneficial with 100% of pupils who accessed this achieving their targets for physical development which in turn allows for greater curriculum access.

Impact of Yr 7 Catch Up

The additional support provided from the intervention team for the pupils eligible for year 7 Catch up ensured that all year 7 students achieved their CASPA targets for both Literacy and Numeracy last year.

Pupil Premium Data

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Sandon School

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Impact of Yr 7 Catch Up

 

The additional support provided from the intervention team for the pupils eligible for year 7 Catch up ensured that all year 7 students achieved their CASPA targets for both Literacy and Numeracy last year.