Pupil Premium Report: 2016-2017
Overview of the School (on 3 October 2016)
Total number of pupils on roll: 960
Total number of pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium: 141 from the First to Fifth Forms
Pupil Premium grant received per pupil per year: £935
Nature of Support
Support is tailored to the individual needs of the pupil. Pupils have accessed:
• One-to-one and small group learning mentor support
• Personal tuition in numeracy and literacy
• Small group supported study to aid learning in a variety of subject areas
• Study skills sessions
• Small group reading, spelling and numeracy support
• Personalised curriculum choices
• Homework club after school (Monday to Thursday)
• Financial support for equipment, residential trips and music tuition
• Smaller class sizes at Key Stage 3 with class sizes limited to 15 for those needing most support and also in specialised subjects throughout all Key Stages.
• An extensive programme of pre-examination revision classes during the Easter holidays
• A wide range of booster classes at Key Stage 4 targeted at those at risk of under-performance
• Access to School Counsellor services
• Extended Form Periods for Form Teachers to help pupils access the above strategies and provide one-to-one support
Measuring the Impact of Pupil Premium Spending
• Measures the impact of the interventions by tracking the progress of Pupil Premium pupils on a termly basis
• Measures the success of pupils at the end of Key Stage 4 relative to their target grades and against threshold measures such as 5+ A*-C, 5+ A*-C including English and Mathematics, EBacc and expected progress in English, Mathematics and Science
• Monitors and supports pupils accessing pastoral support and discusses their progress and needs regularly
92% (2015 - 90%) of all pupils received five or more grades at A* to C; for those in receipt of the pupil premium, this figure was 77% (2015- 83%).
77% (2015 – 74%) of pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium achieved at least five GCSEs at grades A*-C including Mathematics and English; this is 10% (2015 – 9%) below the total for all pupils (87%), but far exceeds the national average for all Pupil Premium boys and that for all boys nationally.
50% (2015 - 46%) of all pupils attained the EBacc; for those in receipt of the pupil premium, this figure was 31% (2015 – 26%) - again, above national averages for that group.
The proportion of all pupils making the expected progress (i.e. 3 levels) in English and Mathematics was 91% and 86% respectively and, for pupils in receipt of the pupil premium, 70% and 81%.
Government introduced a new ‘Progress 8’ measure in 2016. The Progress 8 score for all pupils was 0.44; for those in receipt of the pupil premium, this figure was 0.23 - again, above national averages for that group.
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