Shepherds Down Pupil Premium Information 2017/18:

 

Number of Pupils and Pupil premium grant received:

Number on roll – 140 pupils

Total number eligible for PPG – 25 Pupils (April 2018 – March 2019)

Total amount received - £40,740

Previous Performance of pupils receiving pupil premium (2017/18):

In all subjects pupils in receipt of pupil premium do as well or better than those not.

All pupils in receipt of pupil premium were able to access the full range of activities provided by Shepherds Down School

 

Objectives in Spending Grant during 2018/19:

To ensure that all pupils receiving pupil premium make expected progress and at least equivalent progress to those pupils who do not in Literacy, Maths and PSD

To ensure equality of access for children in receipt of pupil premium to the range of activities Shepherds Down provides eg Year 6 residential.

 

Outcome June 2019:

 

Support and Interventions provided: based on 25 pupils currently on roll

Support intervention

Intention

Cost/pupil/year

Contribution from grant

Financial Support for school trips/residential

Equality of Opportunity to participate in school trips/residential

Most expensive - Year 6 residential - 1 pupils this year + other trips

£3,117

Enhanced Staffing for those children not in receipt of additional funding e.g. Jeni

Provide targeted support to ensure that all pupils in receipt of the grant make expected progress.

Additional

10 hrs / week

£4361 /yr (8 chn)

£30,527

ELSA support

Support emotional development

2 hour/week

£1154

ELTA support

Support emotional development using the arts

1 hour/week

£1765

OT support

Develop sensory processing skills

1 hour/week

£577

Home/school support

Support families to meet the needs of pupils within the home

£900/family

(4 families)

£3600

 

 

Shepherds Down Pupil Premium Information 2017/18:

 

Number of Pupils and Pupil premium grant received:

Number on roll – 140 pupils

Total number eligible for PPG – 24 Pupils (April 2017 – March 2018)

Total amount received - £34,000

Previous Performance of pupils receiving pupil premium (2016/17):

100% of pupils in receipt of pupil progress made at least expected progress

 In all subjects pupils in receipt of pupil premium do as well or better than those not

 

Objectives in Spending Grant during 2017/18:

To ensure that all pupils receiving pupil premium make expected progress and at least equivalent progress to those pupils who do not in Literacy, Maths and PSD

To ensure equality of access for children in receipt of pupil premium to the range of activities Shepherds Down provides eg Year 6 residential.

 

Outcome June 2018:

 

Support and Interventions provided: based on 24 pupils currently on roll

Support intervention

Intention

Cost/pupil/year

Contribution from grant

Financial Support for school trips/residential

Equality of Opportunity to participate in school trips/residential

Most expensive - Year 6 residential - 4 pupils this year + other trips

£1320

Enhanced Staffing for those children not in receipt of additional funding e.g. Jeni

Provide targeted support to ensure that all pupils in receipt of the grant make expected progress.

Additional

10 hrs / week

£4275 /yr (6 chn)

£25650

Elsa support

Support emotional development

2 hour/week

£1132

ELTA support

Support emotional development using the arts

1 hour/week

£1730

OT support

Develop sensory processing skills

1 hour/week

£566

Home/school support

Support families to meet the needs of pupils within the home

£900/family

(4 families)

£3600

 

 

 

 

 

Debby Gooderham

Headteacher

 

Please note £400 per Looked After Child is top sliced by the Virtual School