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Pupil Premium Grant

 

Rosehill School receives an additional allowance over and above its budget to help address the lower levels of achievement experienced by children who are disadvantaged in some way. This is called the Pupil Premium (PP) and is in addition to main school funding. This funding is allocated straight to the school and is clearly identifiable in our budget. The premium awarded is in addition to any funding the pupil may receive for their special educational needs. PP is awarded for every pupil who:

 

  • is in receipt of a Free School Meal in the current year;
  • has been in receipt of a Free School Meal in the previous six years (Ever 6 FSM);
  • has been Looked After by the local authority continuously for the past six months;
  • is a child in a Services Family

 

Rosehill School has worked very hard to ensure that all pupils achieve as much as they are able. To ensure this has maximum effect our Governing body fully examine data and impact of this additional funding upon progress made over time by our Pupil Premium learners. Through this scrutiny Governors are able to provide challenge in regards to the impact this further funding provides, determine clear routes of accountability for the additional funds the school receives and support the rationale behind the allocation of PP funding.

 

Through this on-going scrutiny the Governors of the school can currently detail that there are no groups of pupils who are performing less well or better than any other group. This scrutiny will continue within our school self-evaluation framework and inform our impact report on PP expenditure produced each year.

 

The Head Teacher provides the Governors of the school with an annual statement prepared for parents on how the PP funding will be/has been spent (below); this task will be carried out within the requirements published by the Department for Education.

 

The spending of the pupil premium grant is reviewed on an annual basis, with the next school review taking place in April 2020.

 

Rosehill School Context 2019 - 2020 (April 2019)

Total number of students on roll April 2019 - 2020

109

Percentage Pupil Premium of whole school April 2019 - 2020

44% (No 48)

Pupil Premium funding

2019 - 2020

£1,320 per student (Reception – Year 6)                           

£935 per student (Year 7 – 11)

£2,300 per student leaving local-authority care              

£2,300 per Looked After student (Virtual School Head allocation)

Total eligible for Pupil Premium

 

Total

 

Key Stage

 

Boys

Girls

Looked After Children (Children in Care)

Parents Serving in the Armed Forces

48 (44%)

KS1:        6 (130%)

KS2:       22 (45%)

KS3:       14 (29%)

KS4:       6 (13%)

6   (13%)

17 (35%)

12 (25%)

4 (8%)

0 (0%)

5 10%)

2 (4%)

2 (4%)

1

 

1

Total amount of Pupil Premium funding 2019 - 2020

£58,260 (Projected)

Focus 

TOTAL:  £58,260

Enhanced home school support:

  • Part-fund role of welfare officer to develop enhanced support for families
  • Awareness of and accessing wider services such as health, social care, supportive agencies and networks, local offer
  • Events and workshops for parents
  • Support in accessing meetings (transport)/ during meetings
  • Focus on engaging parents and carers who are harder to reach

£13,660 (Projected)

Personalised enriched learning opportunities (‘cultural capital’):

  • Additional teaching assistant  support to be provided for pupils with additional needs in order to access wider range of local cultural experiences
  • Creative curriculum projects –e.g. theatre, cinema, library (in and out of school)
  • Multi-Interactive learning environment sessions

£20,000 (Projected)

Improving emotional health and wellbeing:

  • A wider range of ‘emotional’, ‘health’ and ‘well-being’ initiatives to be introduced

£10,000 (Projected)

Sensory Occupational Therapy programmes and support: 

  • Cost towards Occupational Therapist
  • To further develop the sensory learning environments to enable regulation and interaction for learner with complex sensory needs
  • To implement eating and drinking programmes

£14,600 (Projected)


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