Pupil Premium - 2014/15

Number of pupils eligible




Amount received per pupil



TOTAL PP received





Success Criteria


Targeting the funding well from the outset through analysis of data (closing the gap,   accelerating progress of PP students)




Y11 – PP   Students

TARGETS – Less than   <15% 5A*-C (GAP between PP and Non PP)

60% 5A*-C EnMa

3+ LOP En (GAP <5%) >70% (currently   20% gap)

3+ LOP Ma (GAP <5%) >65%   (currently 22% gap)


Y10-PP   Students


3+ LOP Eng: 80%

4+LOP Eng: 40%

3+LOP Maths: 60%

4+LOP Maths: 30%

Teaching is good or better

Teaching ensures all students make at   least good progress.


Strengthen teaching typicality so all groups of learners (particularly PP/ SEN) make good or better   progress


Effective intervention classes, small groups  and   individual tuition to improve achievement in English and mathematics


Ensuring that teaching assistants/learning   mentors/intervention teachers help to   raise standards


Frequent   QA to show they add value to learning and teaching and don’t hinder progress.   Interventions show pre and post impact. In addition development and support   to ensure effective intervention occurs.


Minimising barriers to learning and   achievement (attendance, behaviour, welfare,   reducing exclusions)


PP attendance improves from 93.50%   (July 2014) to 95% (National average for all students).


To promote the active involvement of Governors and parents/carers


Governors   are well informed about Pupil Premium spending, meet frequently with the   lead.

Effective monitoring and evaluation of the impact of spending


The Academy tracks spending and   interventions effectively. There is an effective set of strategies which show   impact.