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Pupil Premium

How do we use Pupil Premium?

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Nature of support 2012/13

Total number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium - 34

Total amount of PPG received - £28,801

Nature of support 2013/14

Total number of pupils eligible for 37

Total amount of PPG received - £47,089

Overall Children who receive Pupil Premium Funding make the same or in some cases greater progress than those who do not receive Pupil Premium

 

Nature of support 2014/15

Total number of pupils eligible for 32

Total amount of PPG received - £9500 for LAC; £22440 for FSM6 7-23; £10400 for FSM6 R-6

Overall, Children who receive Pupil Premium Funding make the same or in some cases greater progress than those who do not receive Pupil Premium

 

Nature of support 2015/16

Total number of pupils eligible for 51

Total amount of PPG received - Based on 18 primary fsm6 + 24 secondary fsm6 + 4 post 16 LAC+ 5 LAC - £62800

Overall, Children who receive Pupil Premium Funding make, generally, the same progress than those who do not receive Pupil Premium.

 

Measuring the impact of Pupil Premium spending

Brooke school will:

Measure the impact of the interventions by tracking the progress of the pupil premium students ona termly basis

 

Nature of support 2016/17

Total number of pupils eligible for 46

Total amount of PPG received - Based on 18 primary fsm 6 + 19 secondary fsm 6 + 4 post 16 LAC+ 5 LAC - £63977

Support is tailored to the individual needs of the learner. Students have accessed:

  • One to one learning support
  • One to one intervention in literacy
  • Small group reading, spelling support
  • Additional Intervention based on individual need.
  • Additional input from occupational therapist, speech and language therapist and educational pyschologist
  • Impact of provision from the school nurture provision - The Nest
  • Subsidised after school club (Flutterbyes) places

Pupil premium is well spent to narrow the gap between those who benefit from the premium and those who do not. As a result of strategies linked to intervention, through specialist teachers and HLTAs and meeting individual need through the focused use of therapeutic intervention from speech and language,occupational therapy, an educational psychologist and therapeutic intervention the vast majority of children make equal or in most cases greater progress than other children. The school analysis the progress well and completes yearly intensive reviews of the progress made. In the case where some students do not narrow the gap the school uses this data to enhance provision for the following year.

 

Nature of support 2017/18

Total number of pupils eligible for 44

Total amount of PPG received - Based on 18 primary fsm 6 + 19 secondary fsm 6 + 4 post 14 LAC+ 5 LAC - £61977

Support is tailored to the individual needs of the learner. Students have accessed:

  • One to one learning support
  • One to one intervention in literacy
  • Small group reading, spelling support
  • Additional Intervention based on individual need.
  • Additional input from occupational therapist, speech and language therapist and educational pyschologist
  • Impact of provision from the school nurture provision - The Nest
  • Subsidised after school club (Flutterbyes) places
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