Pupil Premium 2016-17
Pupil Premium Planned Spending
- Number of pupils eligible: 58
- Amount received per pupil: £935 or £1,900
- Total Pupil Premium received: £56,160
Barriers to Learning
The spending allocation will be directed by the identified barriers experienced by pupil premium pupils at KSGS. This is not intended to be a hierarchy however as all pupils and their circumstances are different these barriers will apply to a greater or lesser extent.
- Poor literacy and numeracy
- Poor attendance
- Rural isolation
|Planned Expenditure||How it will address barriers to learning||Predicted Cost|
|Additional teaching in core subjects||Intervention groups in years 7, 8 & 9 and extra set in year 10 Maths to increase progress of Pupil Premium cohort in line with non Pupil Premium.||£8,000|
|Intervention groups in years 7, 8 & 9 and additional support in English for years 10 & 11.||£8,000|
|Extra set in year 10 Science to increase progress of Pupil Premium cohort in line with non Pupil Premium.||£8,000|
|Pastoral Support including Pupil Premium Progress Mentor||Raining attendance expectations and aspirations||£7,500|
|Attendance||Improve attendance of Pupil Premium.||£3,500|
|Partial funding of learning mentor||Tracking of pupil progress and intervention.||£4,000|
|HLTA Support in all years||To aid access and progress in all years.||£4,160|
|Music - extra-curricular GCSE contributions for Pupil Premium students||Aspirations and engagement.||£3,000|
|Sports - travel to fixtures and coaching funded for Pupil Premium students||
To address rural isolation, aspirations and engagement.
|Cultural - trips & visits and transport contributions||To address rural isolation, aspirations and engagement.||£2,000|
|General resources - including Happy Puzzle Day, revision guides, uniform, books, Design & Technology facilities||Expectations||£1,500|
Strategies will be employed to remove barriers to learning and ensure that;
Pupil premium students show progress which is in line with their peers. This will be monitored and evaluated throughout the year with appropriate interventioned implemented.
Pupil premium students show progress which is in line with national averages. This will be monitored and evaluated throughout the year to ensure gap is reduced.
Family engagement - program of activities is to be undertaken, aimed at engaging the hard to reach families and records kept to ascertain success (up take and impact)
Broadening horizons - funding to departments and teachers to be used to increase aspirations of Pupil Premium students, impact and effectiveness to be measured.
Attendance above 95%. Rewards to Pupil Premium students who have above average attendance rates.
Reduced exclusions - pupils targeted, especially those at risk of exclusion.