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Pupil Premium

The Streetly Academy - Pupil Premium Strategy 2019 -2020

 

Overview

  • The Pupil Premium was first introduced in April 2011 as additional funding to schools to help support the achievement of pupils who were deemed as potentially ‘disadvantaged’. 

  • Schools currently receive additional funding for children who are registered for Free School Meals, Ever 6 (were registered for FSM within the last 6 years), children of parents who are in the Forces, children who are adopted, children who are Looked After.

  • Funding is calculated from the school census returns.

 

Pupil Premium general objectives at The Streetly Academy

  • The pupil premium will be used to provide additional educational support to improve progress and to raise the achievement of disadvantaged students.

  • The funding will be used to narrow and close the gap between achievement of these pupils and their peers.

  • The school will use the additional funding to address any underlying inequalities between children eligible for Pupil Premium and others.

  • We will ensure that the additional funding reaches the pupils who need it most and that it makes a significant impact on their education and lives.

 

National Pupil Premium Funding 2019-20

In 2019-20 funding allocations for Pupil Premium are estimated as follows:

Free School Meals/Ever 6:    £248,710 - based on 266 pupils @ £935

Looked After (LAC):               £36,800 - based on 16 students @ £2300       

  • Adopted includes children with a special guardianship order, a child arrangements order or a residence order

 

The Streetly Academy Pupil Premium Funding 2019-20

In 2019-20 the deprivation Pupil Premium allocation is confirmed at:

£263,670 based on 282 pupils out of 1265, representing 22.3%

 

Barriers to Learning

  • Literacy - Diminished communication skills - increasing number of students in KS3 and KS4 who have reading ages significantly below their chronological age. Currently 40% of all Pupil Premium students Vocabulary is limited and level of comprehension is poor. 

  • Numeracy - Lower knowledge of mathematical facts, can include just basic times tables. Written numerical methods are not secure. Pupil Premium students ability to retain facts and apply mathematical reasoning when solving problems is poor, when compared to non-pupil premium.

  • Student aspirations - It has been identified from the POLAR score, provided by HEFCE, that a large number of students living in the Kingstanding area (majority of our PP students) do not go on to higher education and high level apprenticeships.

  • Learning Behaviours- Students less engaged in the lesson and lower understanding of the importance of the learning and where this will take them in the future. Many students are compliant in lessons but can be passive. 

  • Students mindset,motivation and resilience is often impacted by personal/family circumstances. 

  • Parents of disadvantaged students' engagement with their child’s education 

ie. attending parents evenings, performances

 

We use the Pupil Premium monies to fund three activity types:

Support

Student Inclusion Worker                     (Full Time)

Key Stage 3 Respite Mentor                     (Full Time)

KS3 Learning Mentor                     (Full-time) (joined February 2016)

KS4 Learning Mentor                         (Full-time)

Easter revision schools, booster classes

Higher level teaching assistants (HLTAs) x 3     (Directed teaching hours only)

Intervention

Alternative Curriculum/KS4 Inclusion Officer         (Full-time)

English Coaches                     (Full Time – Non-teacher)

Maths Coaches                     (Full Time – Non-teacher)

Enrichment

Purchase of musical instruments, Music tuition fees and Music Residential costs.

 

In addition to the above provision, the following projects have been supported by pupil premium funding:

IT equipment for Ever 6 and looked after students

Provision of revision guides, other tuition

Financial support to access both curricular and extra-curricular activities and our reward programme

 

Context - Student Numbers 2018-19

 

 

Total

Number

PP

Number

%

Ever 6

Adopted

LAC

7

263

70

26.6

58

7

4

8

256

64

25

53

1

1

9

267

70

26.2

51

1

1

10

249

60

24.1

47

3

2

11

243

51

21

37

3

4

Total

1278

317

24.8

246

15

12

 

Key Performance Indicators 2017-19

2018 data is coloured green if it is above the relevant national comparative figure.

2018 data is coloured yellow if it is in line with the relevant national comparative figure.

2018 data is coloured bolded if it is below the relevant national comparative figure.

 

 

2017

2018

2019

2018

National

Non-PP

Progress 8

-1.11

-0.68

-0.8

0.13

Attainment 8

36

38

36

49.96

% of students achieving En & Ma

(5+)

10.8%

30.1%

19.6%

50%

% of students achieving En & Ma

(4+)

43.1%

45.2%

45.1%

71%

Disadvantaged students EBacc Ave points

2.91

3.15

2.92

4.39

Attendance 

Yr11 PP Absence

12.9%

14.9%

13.12%

7.8%

Attendance 

 % of PP persistent absence

60%

65.7%

64.7%

21.6





 

Page Downloads

Page Downloads Date  
Streetly Pupil Premium Strategy 2016 17... 13th Nov 2018 Download
Streetly Pupil Premium Strategy 2017 18 23rd Jan 2019 Download
Pupil Premium Action Plan 2019 20 12th Nov 2019 Download