Any child who has had free school meals over the last 6 years or is a looked after child is eligible for Pupil Premium. This money comes directly into the school and is spent on the children to help improve their education. In our college Pupil Premium has been used in the following ways:

2016-17

Click HERE for the Pupil Premium data of 2016-17.

 

2015-16

Click HERE for the Pupil Premium data of 2015-16.

 

2014-15

Click HERE for the Pupil Premium data of 2014-15.

 

2013-14

1) One-to-one 2) Small Group Tuition

Potential Gain Cost Subject
2 levels of progress £29,410 English
Points to note    
  • Very effective to help learners move forward
  • Tailored to students current level
 

1) Residential and Day Trips 2) Curriculum Resources

Potential Gain Cost Subject
2 levels of progress £9,860 Science, Maths, English & Independent Living Skills
Points to Note    
  • Students encouraged to take responsibility for identifying how they can succeed
  • New/different environments encourage learning and social interaction
  • Access to curriculum resources to support learning

Pupil Premium Spend Breakdown 2013/14

Total Funding: £39,270

Use of Funding Cost
Higher Level Teaching Assistant Intervention £15,400
Part-funded Learning Support £14,010
Subsidised Residential/Day Trips £9,860
Total Expenditure £39,270

Impact of Pupil Premium is equal to or is as.