The Wavell School

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Disadvantaged Students /

Pupil Premium Funding 


Sandhurst Presentation made to the Sandhurst Military College regarding how we apply our Pupil Premium funding into care and resources for our students.

The Pupil Premium  (PP) is additional funding given to schools by the government to support disadvantaged students such as those receiving Free School Meals, Service Children and young people In Care.

The funding is used to support PP students to diminish the difference in their learning compared to that of non PP.

The school tracks PP students with regards to attendance, pastoral well-being and academic progress.

If you require any further details of how PP funding is allocated, please see the Interventions and Provision below and contact Ms Rowley (Headteacher) or Mr Hicken (Deputy Headteacher).

Click below for a link to the Government website on PP Funding.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pupil-premium-information-for-schools-and-alternative-provision-settings

 

Financial Year Allocations


Pupil Premium

 

Service Premium

Year

No of Eligible Pupils

Amount per pupil

 Total Amount

 

Year

No of Eligible Pupils

Amount per pupil

Total Amount

2019-20

152

935

142,588

2019-20

146

300

43,800

2018-19

146

935

136,510

2018-19

156

300

46,800

2017-18

149

935

 139,315

2017-18

166

300

 49,800

2016-17

159

935

 148,665

 

2016-17

177

300

 53,250

2015-16

155

935

 144,925

 

2015-16

176

300

 52,800

 

Students in Local Authority care are eligible for £1900 per annum

Students of parents in the Services are eligible for £300 per annum.

Measures are used to monitor the school’s success with ‘diminishing the difference’ in the academic attainment of FSM/E6 students to that of non FSM/E6 students.

  • Schools are required to publish their PP expenditure and its impact on-line termly.

  • PP academic success is part of Ofsted framework and judgement.

  • KS4 destinations are recorded for FSM/E6, including NEETs (Not in Education, Employment or Training).

 

2018-19


PDF icon 2018-19 Income & Spend

 

2017 -18


At The Wavell School we believe in our school moto of ‘We Care to Challenge’ for all abilities of students, ensuring that we give them aspiration to progress onto Further and Higher education or apprenticeships. We have invested in overstaffing to ensure we have appropriate class sizes and are striving to ensure that all lessons would be judged as at least ‘good’. We have a Learning Support Team who are highly qualified. We are always striving to improve our support of the disadvantaged and diminish the difference in their progress.

PDF icon 2017-18 Income & Spend 


Disadvantaged Students
Intervention and Provision 2017-18


  • Pupil Premium Champion (AHT).

  • Educational Welfare Office focussing on attendance and punctuality.

  • Inclusion Room used to support with curriculum and pastoral needs.

  • Additional 1:1 support in Maths and English through extra tutoring with highly specialist staff

  • KS2 – 3 Transition work with Primaries includes visits with DHT and AHT and includes extra visits by SENCO.  It also includes curriculum transition work to ensure accelerated progress on arrival for disadvantaged students.

  • Literacy Coordinator giving weekly additional support through Literacy Leaders in each Tutor Group

  • Drop In Centre set up for Military Students; Health Drop In sessions; Breakfast Club.

  • Pastoral Mentoring and Counselling sessions.

  • ELSA 1:1 sessions and Friendship Group sessions.

  • Cool Fire programme for Anger Management support.

  • Support with Applied Learning Opportunities to ensure participation.

  • Trips to Universities and STEM events for disadvantaged students.

  • Additional Careers Advisor time for college applications and Careers advice

  • Transition meetings for LAC and most vulnerable FSM students.

  • Peripatetic Music lessons paid for LAC students.

  • Reading Buddies – FSM Targeted.

  • Shakespeare Schools Festival – PP targeted.

  • Mentoring for underachieving vulnerable students.

  • Appropriate alternative pathways set up at Year 9 Options for disadvantaged students

  • Revision materials bought for PP and LAC students.

  • Provision of extra curricular clubs for example. Young Carers club.

  • The provision of a Nepali Mentor to support families.

  • EAL (English as an Additional Language) Champion to monitor and support students who have English as their second language.

  • Targeted SENCO intervention and teaching to help students make accelerated progress.

  • SLT monitoring and intervention of the disadvantaged cohort.

  • Camo Day.

  • Tracking of attendance at Parents Evening and Partnership evenings.

 

PDF icon Disadvantaged Students Intervention Impact 2018 

 


Pupil Premium 2016-17 

Details of our pupil premium allocation, expenditure and impact for 2016-17 


Pupil Premium Archive 2013-16