Pupil Premium


2019 - 2020 Pupil Premium Report...

The Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) is additional funding given to school, beyond the main school funding.

 

PPG allocation is based on the number of students in the school who have been registered as eligible for free school meals (FSM) within the last six years, Looked-after children defined in the Children Act 1989, or have left the care of the Local Authority because of adoption, a special guardianship order, a child arrangement order or a residence order. PPG funding is also allocated if any pupil has been recorded as being eligible for service pupil premium or any pupil who is in receipt of a child pension from the Ministry of Defence.

 

PPG funding enhances the core offer for identified students enabling us to personalise learning to support individual needs.

 

LAC Pupil Premium

School receives £1000 from the Local Authority, this can be paid in one lump sum or in instalments depending on the LA. If the pupil is under 5 years of age £300 is received. Termly LAC reviews are held and additional money can be requested via Virtual Schools. LAC expenditure is monitored closely.

 

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received Number
Total number of pupils on role 159
Total number of pupils eligible for free school meals 58
Total number of service pupils on role 4
Total number of pupils adopted from care on role 11
Type of pupil premium Allocation per student
Deprivation Pupil Premium (DPP)- Primary £1320
Deprivation Pupil Premium (DPP)- Secondary £935
Service Child Premium (SCP) £300
Adopted from Care Premium £1,900

In 2019 – 2020 St Francis were allocated the following funding

Pupil premium government grant
Amount
Total amount of PPG received £45,485
Total expenditure £45,026
Service Child Premium £1,200
Adopted from Care Premium £6,900

2019 – 2020 School Development Plan...

To develop the ‘MILE’ room and provide all staff with appropriate training required to impact and support the broadening needs of all students.

  • To lead, support and promote the development of curriculums across school.
  • To prioritise reading in school to ensure there is a rigorous and sequenced approach.
  • To drive forward the Semi-Formal curriculum pathway to ensure it is coherently planned, sequenced and provides challenge.
  • To continue to research and develop the whole school curriculum, with a particular focus around the Semi Formal curriculum pathway.

2019 - 2020- Examples of ‘Expenditure and Impact’...

SDP Outcome
Cost
Purchase
Impact
To lead, support and promote the development of curriculums across school.

To develop the ‘MILE’ room and provide all staff with appropriate training required to impact and support the broadening needs of all students.
£14,164 Equipment and Materials
- Individualised curriculum resources
- Holistic Massage resources
- Physical Wellbeing resources
- Individual motivators
- Musical Instruments
- Curriculum enhancement
- Sensory resources
- Art resources
- Cause and Effect
- Science resources
Development of curriculum areas- enriching offer to pupils.

Timetables are now broad and balanced offering a range of holistic learning opportunities.

Pupils are accessing motivational resources to support engagement and learning.
To develop the ‘MILE’ room and provide all staff with appropriate training required to impact and support the broadening needs of all students. Included in above costings Resources purchased to enhance the use of the M.I.L.E and to support the delivery of Sensology. M.I.L.E room is now used to support the delivery of Sensology- particularly supporting the vestibular and proprioceptive sense.
To prioritise reading in school to ensure there is a rigorous and sequenced approach. Included in above costings Read Write Ink- Sound Cards

Engage Literacy colour banded books to support the Switch On reading scheme
Pupils have access to banded reading books to support their reading progression.
To drive forward the Semi-Formal curriculum pathway to ensure it is coherently planned, sequenced and provides challenge. £2,036 Subscriptions
- Seesaw
- Twinkl
- Help Kidz Learn
- Widget
Subscriptions used to support the development of the curriculum.
Seesaw- support tracking of progress and parental engagement.
Pupils have access to sites and learning materials where appropriate.
To lead, support and promote the development of curriculums across school.

To develop the ‘MILE’ room and provide all staff with appropriate training required to impact and support the broadening needs of all students.
£14,164 Equipment and Materials
- Individualised curriculum resources
- Holistic Massage resources
- Physical Wellbeing resources
- Individual motivators
- Musical Instruments
- Curriculum enhancement
- Sensory resources
- Art resources
- Cause and Effect
- Science resources
Development of curriculum areas- enriching offer to pupils.

Timetables are now broad and balanced offering a range of holistic learning opportunities.

Pupils are accessing motivational resources to support engagement and learning.
Educational Support Staff £21,030 Additional staff to support classes/pupils where needed. All classes are staffed effectively to suit pupils needs.
Educational Visits £1,285 Rhubarb Theatre
Amelia’s Animal Experience
Digeridoo Sound Therapy
Curriculum enhancement- pupils benefited from a range of experiences.
Music Services £3,959 Individual music sessions 1:1 music sessions have enabled targeted students to build self-confidence and provided opportunities to generalise skills. Development of physical skills.
Cookery Provisions £398 Equipment and resources to support Pupils have access to specialist equipment to support during their cookery sessions.
Rebound Therapy Training £1,808 Training Additional staff trained for Rebound Therapy- all classes have a trained member of staff.

2020 - 2021 Allocations...

Pupil Premium Government Grant
Amount
Proposed Spend
Monitoring Impact
Total amount of PPG received £46,390 Educational support staff
Individualised learning resources
Reading pathway resources
Continued work on the outdoor areas in line with the SEND review.
Pupil progress meetings
Reviewing intervention plans
Ensuring planning is personalised
Total amount of service £1,240
Adopted from Care Premium £18,760
PE Sports Grant £16,436

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2018 - 2019 Pupil Premium Report...

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received Number
Total number of pupils on role 135
Total number of pupils eligible for free school meals 49
Total number of service pupils on role 4
Total number of pupils adopted from care on role 3
Type of pupil premium Allocation per student
Deprivation Pupil Premium (DPP)- Primary £1,320
Deprivation Pupil Premium (DPP)- Secondary £935
Service Child Premium (SCP) £300
Adopted from Care Premium £1,900

In 2018 – 2019 St Francis were allocated the following funding

Pupil premium government grant
Amount
Total amount of PPG received £43,615
Total Spend £43,615
Service Child Premium £1,200
Adopted from Care Premium £4,600
Year 7 Catch up £3,000

2018 - 2019 Expenditure and Impact...

Purchase
Cost
Impact
Individualised resources to support engagement and learning £12,177.34 Pupils are accessing motivational resources to personalise learning. This has had an impact on the progress made.
Music Services £4,618.00 1:1 music sessions have enabled targeted students to build self-confidence and provided opportunities to generalise skills.
Development of physical skills.
Subscriptions
- Seesaw
- Twinkl
- Choose it Maker
£786.20 Subscriptions used to support the development of the curriculum.
Pupils have access to sites and learning materials where appropriate.
Recharge music tuition and instrument hire. £4,928.70 Pupils have had opportunities to play and explore a wide range of instruments, which has developed their understanding and engagement within music sessions.
Educational Visits
Sublime Science
Explorer Dome
£1,530.00 Visits enhanced the core curriculum offer.
iPads £2,040.00 Pupils in the appropriate classes have access to iPads to aid learning. Educational apps such as Clicker are installed on all iPads to support Literacy skills. This has had an impact on the progress made.
Educational Support Staff £28,533.80 All classes are staffed effectively to suit pupils needs.

2019 - 2020 Allocations...

Pupil Premium Government Grant
Amount
Proposed Spend
Monitoring Impact
Total amount of PPG received £46,390 Educational support staff
Individualised learning resources
Curriculum Enhancement- training and resources
Curriculum Enhancement- Educational Visits.
Pupil progress meetings
Reviewing intervention plans
Ensuring planning is personalised
Curriculum development meetings.
Staff CPD records
Total amount of service £1,240
Adopted from Care Premium £18,760
PE Sports Grant £16,436

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