Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium 2016-2017

Introduction

The Pupil Premium 2016-2017 has a priority on ensuring the best support is in place to ensuring progress for the most vulnerable pupils. As a school, we have responsibility for using this funding to ‘narrow the gap’ for this specific cohort of learner. The gap that we are narrowing is:

Our Ofsted Inspection in January 2014 confirmed our on-going commitment to ensuring all learners are progressing with challenging targets. Our Challenge Partners Peer Review in March 2017 confirmed our monitoring and impact measures. Both external evaluations confirmed that learners who are eligible for Pupil Premium are not underachieving in comparison with their peers. This is due to our commitment to personalised learning around the holistic needs of the individual. The strategic plan, allocation of funding, action plan, and impact are monitored by two Governing Body Committees:

1)      Pupil Progress and Provision Committee

2)      Finance, Personnel, and Premises Committee

Which gap are we narrowing?

Swiss Cottage School, Development and Research Centre wants to ensure the gap to be narrowed is supporting the aspirational aims identified in the Education Health and Care Plans/Statement for each learner.

The gaps which are being narrowed are identified in each pupil’s ‘Personal Learning Intention Map’ and specifically narrow gaps in the areas of:

-Personal Development and Behaviour

-Independence Skills

-Communication Skills

-Cognition and Learning

-Movement and Mobility

-Social Interaction

 For the 2016-2017 academic year, this is through part-funding of additional support staff and classroom specific initiatives where an additional adult is funded through placement arrangements (Pansy, Lotus, Lily).  Both are to promote engagement in curricular activities and ensure contextualised progress through staffing during community based learning and community based activities through workshops, trips, and visits.

Allocation

Type Amount Total Pupils Eligible Total
       
Early Years Pupil Premium

(3 yrs of age mid-year)£2074£828Early Years Pupil Premium

(4 yrs of age) £3026£1812Primary Pupil Premium£132052£68640Secondary Pupil Premium£93566£61710Looked After Children Pupil Premium

*not identified in class table for identity protection reasons£19005£9500Total 133£142,490

 

What are we investing in for narrowing this gap?

  • Investing in increased staffing where classes do not have a learner with additional staffing through placement circumstances. This is to support meaningful progress with classroom, hydrotherapy, rebound therapy, and community-based learning.
  • Engagement in workshops funded through pupil premium which take place over a term (where a class has an additional staff member through specific placement circumstances)
Class Total Eligible Allocation Purpose
Daffodils

5 of 8 pupils3 year old: 2

4 year old: 3£1320Part-funding additional Teaching AssistantSnowdrops

4 of 6 pupils3 year old: 2

4 year old: 1

Primary: 1£2036Part-funding additional Teaching AssistantBluebells

4 of 8 pupilsPrimary: 4£5280Part-funding additional Teaching AssistantSnapdragon

4 of 7 pupils4 year old: 2

Primary: 2£3244Part-funding additional Teaching AssistantJasmine

3 of 8 pupilsPrimary: 3£3960Part-funding additional Teaching AssistantButtercups

3 of 8 pupilsPrimary: 3£3960Part-funding Rebound Therapy & Hydrotherapy staffingTulip

4 of 8 pupilsPrimary: 4£5280Part-funding additional Teaching AssistantPansy

4 of 8 pupilsPrimary: 4

£5280‘The@trical Project’ Autumn Term; increased staffing for community based learningDandelion

5 of 8Primary:5£6600Part-funding additional Teaching AssistantViolet

6 of 9Primary: 6£7920Part-funding additional Teaching AssistantPoppy

5 of 8Primary: 5£6600Part-funding additional Teaching AssistantLotus

4 of 8Primary: 4£5280‘The@trical Project’ Autumn Term; increased staffing for community based learningLily

5 of 10Primary: 4

Secondary: 1£6215‘The@trical Project’ Autumn Term; increased staffing for community based learningSunflower

2 of 8Primary: 2£2640Part-funding additional Teaching Assistant for community engagement and community-based learning.Stephen Hawking

7 of 8Primary: 3

Secondary: 4£7700Part-funding additional Teaching AssistantMahatma Gandhi

6 of 6Primary:1

Secondary: 5£5995Part-funding Rebound Therapy & Hydrotherapy staffingAnne Frank

2 of 8Primary: 1

Secondary: 1£2255Part-funding additional Teaching Assistant for community engagement and community-based learning.Emmeline Pankhurst

8 of 11Primary: 8

£7480Part-funding additional Teaching AssistantRoald Dahl

6 of 7Secondary: 6£7540Part-funding additional Teaching AssistantDavid Attenborough

7 of 9Secondary: 7£6545Part-funding additional Teaching AssistantMary Seacole

5 of 6Secondary: 5£4675Part-funding Rebound Therapy & Hydrotherapy staffingMarie Curie

10 of 11Secondary: 10£10315Part-funding additional Teaching AssistantJonas Salk

7 of 8Secondary: 7£6545Part-funding additional Teaching Assistant for community engagement and community-based learning.JK Rowling

5 of 9Secondary: 5£5640Funding additional member of staff for community engagement and community-based learning.Bill Gates

2 of 6Secondary: 2£1870Part-funding Rebound Therapy & Hydrotherapy staffingMandela

10 of 12Secondary: 10£10315Funding additional member of staff for weekly college engagement dayMartin Luther King

0 of 100 (Sixth Form)£0n/aRosa Parks

0 of 130 (Sixth Form)£0n/a

Monitoring progress:

1)      Throughout the term through the Leadership Mentor monitoring & evaluation process

2)      Through the Pupil Progress and Provision (PPP) Committee through data analysis and case studies (October and May meetings)

3)      Through the Finance, Personnel, and Premises Committee on financial regulations and meeting strategic plan.

2015-2016

In the year 2015-2016 Swiss Cottage School had 143 learners who were eligible for the additional pupil premium funding of 56 primary :  £1320 per learner and  87 Secondary : £935 per learner. This meant that the school received £155,265

Pupil Premium Report

2014-2015

In the year 2014-2015 Swiss Cottage School had 134 learners who were eligible for the additional pupil premium funding of 51 primary :  £1300 per learner and  83 Secondary : £935 per learner. This meant that the school received £147,705

Pupil Premium Report

2013-2014

In the year 2013-2014 Swiss Cottage School had 173 learners who were eligible for the additional pupil premium funding of £900 per child. This meant that the school received £155,700.

Pupil Premium Report