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What is Pupil Premium?

The Government identified a gap between the attainment of children receiving free school meals (and those in care) with their peers. The Pupil Premium is additional funding given to schools so that they can support these pupils to close the attainment gap between them. The Pupil Premium was paid at a rate of £935 per eligible child in 2015-16. (Free School Meals)
       
Pupils at Dove House do not experience an attainment gap due to the individualised teaching and learning styles at the school ensuring that every pupil, regardless of their background, is able to reach their full potential.  Therefore, the school invested this additional funding in whole school activities, but including a significant number of those pupils eligible for Pupil Premium.

 

        2015-16 Pupil Premium Funding    £62,091

 

This table outlines where the school has invested this money in 2015-16 and describes the benefits to the pupils.
                       
 AREA  INTERVENTION / ACTION 

NO. PUPILS

INVOLVED

(192) 

% ELIGIBLE FOR

PUPIL

PREMIUM

(33%) 

 SPECIFIC OUTCOMES 
 Curriculum    

 *  Whole School reading programme   

 *  Offsite Activity

 *  Personal Challenge

 *  Vocational Pathway

 *  Achievements

 *  Sports Leaders

 *  1-1 subject intervention

    programmes

 *  Link Courses

 *  Yr11 Next steps knowledge

    programme

 *  Alternative curriculum/

    personalised timetable  

 *  KS3 Tutor programme

 *  KS4 Tutor programme

144

58

84

21

115

9

24

14

 

5

23

 

98

 

69

35%

38%

33%

33%

32%

44%

29%

36%

 

40%

26%

 

36%

 

39%

 Improved reading skills and reading ages.

 Self-esteem.  Confidence.

 Improve self-esteem, confidence and attendance.

 Self-esteem.  Confidence.

 Recognition of effort.  Pride.

 Taking leadership at all levels.

 Improved levels.

 Widens horizons, develops new skills, social interaction

 and independence.

 Increases confidence, skill acquisition.

 Improved attendance, self-esteem, behaviour

 and mental health.

 Improved functional skills.

 Develop independent skills, thinking skills, discussion,

 debate and teamwork.

 Enhancement

 Programmes

 *  Asperger Project 

 

 *  Social competence programme

 

 *  Emotional literacy programme

 *  Literacy for exams programme

 *  School council/Eco Rep

 *  House Captains

 *  Transport provided for ...

 *  Work Experience

 *  1-1 High Frequency words in

    tutor time

 *  After school club transport

16

 

20

 

7

12

40

23

32

34

87

 

12

38%

 

30%

 

29%

17%

40%

57%

38%

44%

31%

 

33%

 Develop self awareness, personality, emotions, behaviour,

 health and social awareness

 Support pupils and build/maintain relationships, develop

 self awareness and emotions

 Improvement  in managing emotion

 Development of spoken/written language skills

 Pupils have ownership of the school and decisions

 Leadership communication and self-esteem

 Independence, improve attendance

 Confidence, Self-esteem and employability skills

 Improved Literacy

 

 Inclusion

 Enrichment

 *  KS4 Social Programme

 *  Inter House competitions

 *  Lunchtime clubs

 *  After school clubs

 *  After school clubs

 *  After school sports clubs 

 *  GCSE after school sessions

 *  Assisted funding of enrichment

    activities

 *  Privett/Other Residential trips

 *  Easter and Summer camps

 *  Calshot week

 *  Theatre/Cinema trips

 *  Non curriculum trips off-site

 *  Active pupil (targeted) specific

    pupils highlighted to attend clubs

 *  Represents school

 *  Activities delivered by external

    bodies

35

88

32

98

35

69

19

11

42

10

20

37

26

6

 

67

9

 

34%

30%

31%

28%

43%

30%

47%

36%

19%

10%

10%

27%

8%

17%

 

34%

44%

 

 Development of social skills 

 Team work, inclusion, self-esteem, social skills

 Specific to club

 Specific to club

 Inclusion, social interaction, self-esteem

 Inclusion, social interaction, self-esteem

 Development of skills and confidence

 To allow pupil to participate

 Peer relationships, self-esteem

 Inclusion, social interaction, self-esteem

 Social skills, teamwork, self-esteem.

 Cultural and spiritual development

 Inclusion, social interaction, self esteem

 Self-esteem.  Confidence

 

 Inclusion, social interaction, self-esteem

 Development of skills, self-esteem inclusion

 

 Extended Offer

 *  OT

 *  SALT

 *  Physiotherapy

 *  PALS

 *  Educational Psychologist

 *  Individual counselling

31

44

2

40

5

3

16%

34%

0%

25%

60%

67%

 Improved individual needs

 Development of spoken language skills

 Improved individual needs

 Improved literacy levels, self-esteem

 Specific to individual

 Confidence, Self-esteem and Mental health

 Parental

 Engagement

 *  Parent Pupil Liaison Service

 

 *  Attendance Monitoring

 *  Transition and Employability

    drop in service

 *  Other parental involvement

19

 

8

15

 

3

37%

 

50%

27%

 

33%

 Increased parental engagement and education of

 both parents and pupils

 Improved attendance

 Improved confidence and parental engagement

 Confidence, improved skills, raise awareness,

 self-esteem and sense of pride