2013 - 2014 Pupil Premium
|Service Children||£72,750||Learning Mentor post|
- friendship groups
- 1:1 support within classroom
to engage pupils in learning
-weekly drop in sessions
(Monday and Friday) for parents
and pre-school children
|Excellent support to children and parents|
from service families
|Proportion of Deputy Head's post|
to support mobility and transition
|Well coordinated transfers in and out of |
school by transient pupils. Extra
co-ordination of support.
|Additional Advance Teaching Assistant support |
to provide input for well being
and academic needs.
|Year 2 and Year 6 Statutory |
assessments demonstrate good outcomes.
Year 6 service pupils exceeded outcomes
compared to those found nationally.
|Admin support to deal with |
additional administration of a highly
mobile population. Communication
with schools to co-ordinate efficient transfer of information.
|Very smooth organisation that deals |
with the transfer records, assessment
data and well-being information.
|Development of HMS Heroes |
initiative developing opportunities for
the "pupil voice".
|Well received initiative with children|
meeting within and beyond the school
to share experiences, support each other
and lead fund raising events relevant to Armed Forces charities.
|Disadvantaged Children||£54,321||Booster classes after school for target pupils||School tracking system indicates |
good progress made within this category
|Learning Mentor post|
- 1:1 input within classroom settings engaging pupils in their learning
|Increased engagement in learning |
from targeted pupils
Improved attendance through support
|Increase in targeted intervention groups |
through additional Advance Teaching Assistant post
|Pupil progress and attainment |
data for pupils within this category
has increased although
further work required to improve 'value
added' by the school in the subjects of
reading, writing and maths
|Additional 1:1 tuition for Year 6 pupils||Increased outcomes for targeted pupils attaining above expected outcomes|
|Classroom cover to provide Mentor Meeting time||Impact of Mentor Meetings has been |
highly successful. Pupils within this
category have benefited from this
additional time to
meetings 3 times per school year
|Looked After Children||£1200||Additional General Teaching Assistant support for Looked |
|Appropriate degree of support ensured access to the school curriculum|