Pupil Premium Report 2015 to 2016

William Farr Pupil Premium Report 2015/2016

William Farr Church of England School is committed to providing effective resources and ensuring vital support is in place for Pupil Premium students to improve their academic outcomes. Every student is encouraged and expected to fulfil their potential.

Our approach is to ring fence all Pupil Premium funding from the main budget and to offer and implement a range of strategies dependent on need.

Gap Analysis GCSE Group 2014/15 from year 11 Exam Results

1. Disadvantaged Students (Free School Meals or Ever 6)

The following will provide a measure of the impact of the strategies put into place

Average National Curriculum level on Entry (KS2)

2015
Other Pupils 4a 28.94 pnts
Disadvantaged 4b 27.22 pnts

5 A* - C including English and Maths













2012
2013
2014
2015

Cohort%GapCohort%GapCohort%GapCohort%Gap
Other Pupils22578
21779
22970
22166
FSM650-281354-251443-271362-4
Disadvantaged1242-362259-201540-302450-16
GCSE Points Analysis between Disadvantaged Pupil Premium and other Pupils
 
2012 2013 2014 2015
 
Gap Gap Gap Gap
Average total Points (capped 8) -85 -55 -39 -39
Average total points inc En&Ma (capped 8) -100 -66 -43 -38
5 A* - C including English and Maths








2012
2013
2014
2015
Cohort % Gap Cohort % Gap Cohort % Gap Cohort % Gap
Other Pupils 225 78
217 79
229 70
221 66
FSM
6 50 -28 13 54 -25 14 43 -27 13 62 -4
Disadvantaged 12 42 -36 22 59 -20 15 40 -30 24 50 -16
Value Added (Capped8 +EM)










 
2012
2013
2014
2015
Cohort VA Gap Cohort % Gap Cohort VA Gap Cohort Va Gap
Other Pupils 225 997.1 217 1009
229 1022.2 221 1019.9
FSM
6 972.8 -24.3 13 958 -51 14 1023.7 1.5 13 n/a
Disadvantaged 12 972.8 -24.3 22 958.o -51 15 1020.1 -2.1 24 1014 -5.9
The value added score has risen for disadvantaged pupils over the four year trend, with the school having consistently added more value per pupil compared to
Percentage Pupils Making Expected Progress (3 or more LOPs) in English and Maths







 
2012
2103
2014
2015
 
MA Nat EN Nat MA Nat EN Nat MA Nat EN Nat MA Nat EN Nat
Other Pupils 87 73 81 72 92 76 80 56 87 71 67 75 88 n/a 74 n/a
Disadvantaged 58 51 75 54 82 54 59 56 80 48 47 58 75
54
Gap -29 -22 -6 -18 -10 -22 -21 0 -7 -23 -20 -17 -13 -20
The Gap in LOPs in both English and Maths has reduced over the four year trend from 2012
Average Grade per Student (Capped best 8)





 
2012 2013 2014 2015
Other pupil B- C+ B- B-
Disadvantaged D+ C- C C

2. Service Premium 2015 GCSE Exam Group

Cohort 2015 (other years not available)


Other pupils 230
Service Premium 15
Service Premium has been counted for 15 pupils in 2015 Exam set
Average National Curriculum level on Entry (KS2) for 2015 Exam Group
Other Pupils 4a 28.77 points
Service Premium 4a 28.69 points
Percentage Pupils Making Expected Progress (3 or more LOPs) in English and Maths
 
Maths English
Other pupils 86 73
Service Premium 100 57
5 A* - C including English and Maths


2105
Other Pupils 65.00%
Service Premium 93.00%
Percentage Pupils Making Exceeding Epected Progress (4 or more LOPs) in English and Maths
 
Maths English
Other pupils 43 28
Service Premium 62 21
Value Added (Capped Best 8)
 
2015
Other Pupils 1018.6
Service Premium 1032.2

Both categories are well above the National Average VA (1000), with service pupils VA above that of other pupils.

Academic Year 2015/16

Percentage of Year Groups Entitled to Disadvantaged Pupil Premium Funding (Figures correct September 2015)
 
Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10 Year 11
Number of Individuals FSM/E6
26 32 19 22 25
Percentage Pupil Premium FSM/E6
10.80% 13.30% 7.90% 9.20% 10.40%
Funding for 2015/2016 is £935 per pupil.
Expected funding: £115,940

The following initiatives will be in place this Academic year:

Grant used to fund
Cost description

Core Subject Intervention Co-ordinators

3 Co-ordinators: English, Maths and Science. To work specifically with Pupil Premium students, differentiating work, preparing materials and supporting students.

Year 11 Core Subject support

After school tuition, revision classes, visits from outside speakers, outside of school experiences.

KS4/5 Learning Mentor Programme (to work with KS3 students)

Training provided for students after school.

Maths Tuition

1-2-1 external Tutor to be deployed as necessary with individuals or small groups of students.

KS4 Revision Guides: Maths and English

As stated.

Care and Guidance Provision

Heads of Year to deploy as necessary based on need, including further attendance support.

Departmental Provision

Heads of Department to allocate for resources as necessary.

Homework Club

Supervised by sixth form students

Trips/visits

Support with extracurricular provision and visits to ensure high levels of participation. Up to £60 per student, including the cost to register for Duke of Edinburgh.

Uniform

£40 per student. To be spent in the school shop.

Stationery/specified equipment

£10 Voucher issued to spend in the school shop.

Music Lessons/Instrument Hire for KS3 students

Refer to Music Tuition Policy.

Staff Training

An INSET day focussed on improving the Quality of Teaching and Learning of GAP pupils, led by GAP Education Consultant

Further Development of Rescue Strategies for PP Students

Identifying trigger points and Intervention strategies across school Teams

In addition, this year we seek to develop learning areas for intervention support – both small group and 1-1 support.

Service Student Premium 2015 - 2016

The following initiatives will be continued this year:

  • 1-2-1 Student Welfare Support if required
  • Staffing: Core Subject Intervention Co-ordinators
  • Access to SKYPE
  • Service student Meetings where appropriate
  • Service assemblies
  • Service Ambassadors
  • Students can volunteer for the Reading Forces Programme
  • KS3 End of year social trip

Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catch-up Premium 2015 - 2016

This premium is designed to support students transferring on a 3a or below in Mathematics or English or both subjects and to accelerate progress.

  • Individual Passports circulated to staff
  • Daily withdrawal for 1 hour intensive literacy support
  • Staffing: Learning Support Assistant
  • Withdrawal from CASE Science and a Library Lesson in English to focus on literacy
  • Lexia – a reading and spelling scheme. Parents will be able to access this at home.
  • The purchase of laptops and a laptop trolley for further lexia support.
  • Numeracy – small group during AM registration
  • Morning spellings with 6th Form students
  • ASD support
  • Support with social skills
  • The purchase of TRUGS for parents (Teaching Reading Using Games) - Quick games to boost reading ability at home
  • The purchase of ‘The Power of 2’books for parents to use at home – a numeracy intervention

Children adopted from Care/LAC (Looked after Child)

Individualised support as necessary.

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