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Pupil Premium Data Publication 2015/16 Academic Year Updated September 2016


Overview of the Academy


Total number of pupils on roll                                                    60


Total number of pupils benefitting from PPG                      39


Total amount of PPG received                                                   £35,906



Summary of Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) Spending 2015/16


Objectives in spending PPG:

  • To improve attendance for those pupils in receipt of PPG

  • To reduce the risk of fixed term/permanent exclusion for those pupils in receipt of PPG

  • To narrow the gap of attainment for pupils in receipt of free school meals

  • To provide therapeutic intervention for those pupils in receipt of PPG

  • To provide support for mental health issues for pupils in receipt of PPG

  • To improve transition for pupils between Key Stage 2 and 3


Summary of Spending and actions taken for 2014/15 academic year:

  • Offsite provisions for pupils at risk of permanent exclusion

  • Provision of alternative learning programme (ALP)

  • Nurture Group Training

  • Fresh Start Therapy Project


Outcomes:

  • Nurture Group training delivered throughout the entire teaching and support staff. All pupils have targets identified by their boxall profile and there is evidence that the gaps in the diagnostic and developmental strands is being significantly narrowed.

  • ready for all pupils following the successful implementation of ethos into Year 7

  • Pupils in alternative provision have avoided permanent exclusion, continue to show improved participation in academic learning, were able to sit external examinations which have resulted in a reduction in potential NEET figures

  • Therapeutic interventions have increased attendance in lessons and there has been measurable progress in conduct, learning and behaviour as evidenced in the SDQ questionnaires.