Pupil Premium Projected Spending

 

Cape Cornwall school

Year 2016-2017

updated Sept 2016

 

 

Percentage Pupil Premium pupils at Cape Cornwall School:  32%

Pupil Premium Funding 2015/16: £104,000

 

Impact of Pupil Premium Spend- student outcomes in English and Maths 2015/16

Year Group

English

Maths

 

3+ levels of progress

4+ levels of progress

3+ levels of progress

4+ levels of progress

2016 leavers- students eligible for PP

93%

47%

38%

13%

2016 leavers- all other students 84%  55% 65% 30%

                                               

Impact of Pupil Premium Spend- Value Added Score 2015/16
2016 leavers- students eligible for PP 1007.4
2016 leavers- all other students 1021.87

For details of how the Pupil Premium was spent at Cape Cornwall School last year, please visit this page

Barriers to achievement faced by students eligible for Pupil Premium Funding at Cape Cornwall School

In-school barriers 

A. 

Students eligible for PP in Y7 have lower scaled scores for all subjects and are beneath ARE for reading which is a barrier to progress in Year 7

B. 

Students eligible for PP do not make expected progress in Maths

C. 

Rates of exclusion and internal isolation for students eligible for PP higher than other students, behaviour having a negative impact on progress of the PP cohort

                                               

External barriers (issues which also require action outside school, such as low attendance rates)

D.

Attendance is lower for PP cohort than for all other students as a group

 

Desired outcomes

Success criteria

A. 

Students eligible for PP to exceed progress targets in English and Maths by the end of Year 7

Progress (for students eligible for PP by end of Y7) to exceed other students in Maths and English in order for them to be in advance of ARE so they can continue to make accelerated progress throughout KS3. Evidence will be through summer assessments

B. 

Progress of students eligible for PP in Maths to significantly improve

Percentage of students eligible for PP making 3 and 4+ levels progress to exceed that for all students nationally Evidence will be from 2017 results

C. 

Exclusion and internal isolation rates for students eligible for PP to reduce

Exclusion and internal isolation rates to be lower for students eligible for PP than other students as group. Negative behaviour incidents recorded on SIMS to also be lower. Evidence will be from exclusion/internal isolation records and SIMS behaviour log

D. 

Increased attendance for pupils eligible for PP

Attendance for the cohort comprised of students eligible for PP to be higher than the school target of 97% Evidence will be attendance rates on school census

Planned expenditure for 2016/17 and how his will meet the desired outcomes

 

Area of Spend

Contribution from Pupil Premium

Description of Intervention

 

Intended Outcomes

How impact is to be measured

Expected Impact of the Intervention

Pastoral Support Groups

£3000

 

Outside provision is brought into the School to work with small groups to build social skills and self-esteem.

Activities this year have included transition work for our new year 7’s including a residential night to bond with new peers. Working with single sex groups to build confidence. 

 

Specifically targeted at vulnerable students to develop social skills and self-esteem, improving attendance and engagement (outcomes C and D)

Attendance of targeted students, reduction in poor behaviour, greater involvement in lessons.

Some significant success with individuals and small groups. Attendance of students eligible for PP to be above target, exclusion/inclusion rates to be lower

 

 

Literacy / Maths

Co-ordinator

£2,000

Proportion of role targeted at support of PP students

To deliver more rigour in tracking and intervening on students, including PP students, who are non-moving and not making expected levels of progress. Ensuring a range of strategies are used in the Core subjects and with individuals to accelerate progress. Coordinating intervention from Year Teams and Curriculum Leaders and seeking and sharing best practice for shifting students through the levels.

 

More students make expected and good levels of progress. Non-movers are intervened with. Quality of teaching and curriculum improves in KS3 with strategies that accelerate progress in classrooms. Less intervention required in KS4 (outcomes A and B)

 

Numbers of students making expected and good levels of progress. Quality of teaching in Year 7/8. Number of non-movers identified and shifted. Reduction in need to intervene in KS4 to catch-up students.

Greater Year Team focus on achievement. Curriculum Leaders shifting focus to ensure greater levels of progress achieved. Significantly improved levels of progress in Maths. In improvement in the quality of teaching and learning as evidenced through student outcomes.

 

 

Literacy/

Maths Support

£24200

Proportion of role targeted at support of PP students

Additional member of staff to deliver intervention and work with small groups. Includes additional support from the Library staff  for reading clubs and a new designated reading area in the school. To use intervention strategies for Maths students falling below expected progeess.

More students make three and more levels of progress. Non-movers receive interventnion. Quality of teaching and curriculum improves in KS3 with strategies that accelerate progress in classrooms (outcome A).

Increased umbers of students making expected and good levels of progress in literacy-based subjects

Evidence of accelerated levels of progress through half-termly progress tracking

 

 

Teaching Staff

£62,000

 

To develop more rigour in tracking and intervening on students, including PP students, who are non-moving and not achieving predicted grades that indicate expected and good progress from Year 7 to 11. Ensuring a range of strategies are used in subjects and with individuals to track, intervene and accelerate progress. Coordinating intervention from Curriculum Leaders and seeking and sharing best practice for shifting students. Increase CPD opportunities for staff, benchmarking best practice and using available teaching resources to deliver quality first teaching.

 

More students make expected/good levels of progress; predicted and actual grades improve; achievement & attainment improve by end Yr11. Quality of teaching & curriculum improves. Less intervention required (outcomes A and B).

 

Numbers of students making expected and good levels of progress. Lesson observations

Increased numbers of students on track to achieve targets of progression.

 

 

Alternative Provision

£1500

 

Across the Academic Year a few students who are our most challenging require alternative provision. We have a wide range of outside agencies and provision that we use. A proportion of which are used by PP students to enable them to have more appropriate provision for their needs.

 

Those students who require alternative provision are supported into placements in a timely fashion and that these lead to sustained improvement (outcomes C and D).

Number of successful alternative placements successfully completed. Improvements in achievement and attitude/individual.

Successful reintegration fron alternative provision, improved attendance and reduction in behaviur incidents and exclusion/isolation

 

 

Breakfast Club

£2300

 

Canteen is open and breakfast provided to all students to ensure access to food at the start of the School Day. PP Students are encouraged to attend and are given a free breakfast.

 

Ensure the availability of breakfast for PP students so that they are ready to learn and eating healthy food at the start of each School Day(all oucomes).

Number of breakfasts served to increase over time – securing as many PP students as possible.

Increased uptake in breakfast orders and increased attendance

 

 

 

Uniform

£5000

Students in need, who have financial difficulties are given uniform where appropriate. A number of PP students benefit from this opportunity that increases inclusion and removes a barrier to learning.

PP students who do not have full uniform are given first items free of charge (outcome D).

Fewer inclusions for buniform infringements.

Increased attendance and fewer incidents of inclusion for uniform infringements, increased amount of time in class

 

Curriculum materials

£3000

A number of curriculum materials and equipment are funded so that where these are required; any financial requirement is removed for our PP students.

+music

 

PP students who do not have ability to fund additional equipment/materials are funded without cost (all outcomes)

Numbers of students making  grater than 3 levels of progress increases through enagagement and ability to access work in school and at home

No barrier to PP students who wish to add purchase additional curriculum aids.

 

 

Exam Revision classes and preparation

£600

Revision classes run during Half Term and the Easter break to ensure all students prepare for external examinations. Number of whom will be PP students. Cost of opening School and staffing.

 

PP students with others supported to attend the School in holidays to revise and perform better in exams (outcome B)

Increased attendance at revisino sessions. Improved outcomes for students

Good attendance across a range of subjects in the school holidays and after school sessions

 

 

 

Trips/Visits

 

 

£400

Individual PP students are given support for trips and visits that will benefit them in their curriculum studies.

PP students who require support to fund additional activities supported to engage in off-site learning (all outcomes).

Increased numbers of students exceeding 3 levels of progress. Increased attendance

No barrier to individual  PP students who wish to access additional curriculum based activities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

£104,000

 

 

 

 

Review of this plan

Our Pupil Premium strategy is reviewed frequently on a termly basis. The next review will be in December 2016.


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