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Pupil Premium

Name of School:    Shoeburyness High School

The Pupil Premium for 2016-2017 will include pupils on the January 2016 School Census known to have been eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) in any of the previous six years, as well as those first known to be eligible at January 2016. The Pupil Premium for 2016-2017 will include those pupils recorded on the January 2016 School Census who were looked after immediately before being adopted on or after 30 December 2005, or were placed on a Special Guardianship or Residence Order immediately after being looked after. For the purposes of these grant conditions, “Ever 4 Service Child” means a pupil recorded on the January 2016 census who was eligible for the Service Child premium in 2012-2013 or 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-16 as well as those recorded as a Service Child for the first time on the January 2016 Census. In 2014 -2015 Shoeburyness High school had 590 pupils eligible for pupil premium, for the year 2015-2016 584 pupils and for the year 2016-2017 508 pupils with an additional 48 pupils at Post-16.


The amount of the school’s allocation from the Pupil Premium grant in respect of the academic year 2016-2017:

2016 – 2017 = £474,980

Details of how it is intended that the allocation will be spent:
1-2-1 tuition in English
1-2-1 tuition in Mathematics
Reading catch-up programme
Learning mentor in English
Learning mentor in Mathematics
Academic mentoring with qualified teachers
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Small group intervention in work
Co-teaching
Academic courses after school such as:
High 5/Super 6
SSCO/Extended Schools
Cultural activities to improve take up of music
1-2-1 and small group AST work


Details of how the previous academic year’s allocation was spent (actually received £481,057):

1-2-1 tuition in English
1-2-1 tuition in Mathematics
Reading catch-up programme
Learning mentor in English
Learning mentor in Mathematics. Academic mentoring with qualified teachers
VoiceMale
Small group intervention in work
Co-teaching
Academic courses after school such as:
High 5/Super 6
SSCO/Community Project Summer School
Cultural activities to improve take up of music
1-2-1 and small group AST work


The effect of this 2015-2016 expenditure on the educational attainment of those pupils at the school in respect of whom grant funding was allocated:

GCSE Basics Measure A*-C in both English and Mathematics

 

49% A* -C Pupil premium gained A*-C which wasup 8% on last year. This was 11% above the national pupil premium figure (38% National pupil premium 2015). 

Pupil premium Attainment 8 has increased to 44.5 (unconfirmed) from 40.9 last year.

Pupil premium Progress 8 has also improved to -0.12(unconfirmed) from -0.22 last year.

 

Level 3 catch up funding 2015-2016

Grant Allocation £31,000

 

Level 3 Reading and Maths 

Twenty-five pupils were placed in an intensive literacy and numeracy pathway with low student to teacher ratios based on the primary model. Fourteen of these students have already left this pathway as their progress in literacy and numeracy has improved and they met their end of year targets. 

Eleven pupils in mainstream had additional 1-2-1 literacy intervention and met their end of year targets. 

Thirty-eight students were behind in reading and were given an intensive reading intervention to raise their reading age to their biological age. 

 

In addition, twenty pupils were level 3 for maths and received additional 1-2-1 numeracy intervention and sixteen met their end of year targets. Remaining students continue with additional 1-2-1 tuition.