Pupil Premium


Fair Ways School Pupil Premium for LAC 2018-2019

At Fairways School we have high aspirations, expectations and ambitions for all of the children that attend our school despite the vast amount of disadvantages they have faced throughout their life journey before arriving to our school and that no child should be left behind. Fairways School strongly believes that it’s not about where you come from or the challenges you face but your passion and commitment to learning that makes a sense of success or failure and we are determined to ensure that all of our children are given the opportunities to reach their full potential.

Due to the nature of our school LAC pupils can arrive or move on throughout the academic year which can affect the amount of funding received with no consistent amount for each termly payment.

The school follow the good practice guidelines from the Education Endowment Foundation the following categories of evidence apply:

  • Access to collaborative learning
  • 1:1 learning support
  • Behaviour interventions
  • Individualised instruction

Term No of LACFunding disbursementWhole school interventionTo supportMonitoring
Autumn Term 20181-9£1015.00Individualised Learning support
Access to 1 year college placements
1.Animal Care
2.Catering
 -Access to mainstream
-Additional subject
-Qualification
-Positive peer group learning
-new skills
a)increased engagement
b)increased attendance
c)college reports
d)achieve qualification
Spring Term 20191-9£1,100.00OFSTED Consultancy to inspect all three schools education provision-School development
-Improve grades
-assess teaching and learning
-assess leadership and management
a) Leadership and Management
b) Governance
c) Curriculum
d) Behaviour
e) Consistency across three school sites
£920.00Purchase of Sensory Equipment (Bubble Machine)-sensory integration
-development of Occupational therapy intervention across ASC school
a) Hand and eye coordination
b) Speech, hearing and language development
c) Fine Motor Development
d) OT intervention
£507.50Individualised Learning support
Access to 1 year college placements:
Catering
-Access to mainstream
-Additional subject
-Qualification
-Positive peer group learning
-new skills
a) increased engagement
b) )increased attendance
c) college reports
d) achieve qualification
Summer Term 20191-9£2100.00Individualised Career Advice for Key
Stage 4 pupils including work
experience opportunities
-Next Steps
– Qualifications
– Career planning
– Motivation
– knowledge of career options
– confidence in decision making
a) Improve positivity and motivation
b) Develop clear plan and actions
c) Positive transition at the end of school
£686.40Supplies for Common Room/Dining
Room at Swanwick School
– increase group activities
– community space
– encourage paired and group work
– therapeutic space
– SMSC skills
a) positive engagement amongst peers
b) positive relationships between young people and staff
c) increased productivity in therapy sessions
d) increased engagement during break and transition times.
£409.20Purchase of Sensory Equipment (Bubble Machine replacement parts – for Totton)– sensory integration
– development of Occupational therapy
– intervention across ASC school
a) Hand and eye coordination
b) Speech, hearing and language development
c) Fine Motor Development
d) OT intervention

Brought Forward 2017/18   £12,363.54
2018/2019 Annual payments   £2,200.00 + £7075.00 + £1385.00 + £3000.00 + £1237.00
2018/2019 paid out   £12,348.50 (Had to return £5610.00 to HCC due to errors made on their part) £6,738.50
2018/2019 Remainder carry over   £14,912.04

Fair Ways School Pupil Premium for LAC 2017-2018

At Fair Ways School we have high aspirations, expectations and ambitions for all of the children that attend our school despite the vast amount of disadvantages they have faced throughout their life journey before arriving to our school and that no child should be left behind. Fair Ways School strongly believes that it’s not about where you come from or the challenges you face but your passion and commitment to learning that makes a sense of success or failure and we are determined to ensure that all of our children are given the opportunities to reach their full potential.

Due to the nature of our school LAC pupils can arrive or move on throughout the academic year which can affect the amount of funding received with no consistent amount for each termly payment.

The school follow the good practice guidelines from the Education Endowment Foundation the following categories of evidence apply:

    • Access to collaborative learning
    • 1:1 learning support
    • Behaviour interventions
    • Individualised instruction

Term No of LACFunding disbursementWhole school interventionTo supportMonitoring
Autumn Term 20171-9£495Individualised Learning support
Access to 1 year college placement – mechanics
-Access to mainstream
-Additional subject
-Qualification
-Positive peer group learning
-new skills
a)increased engagement
b)increased attendance
c)college reports
d)achieve qualification
Spring Term 20181-9£4951. Individualised Learning support
Access to 1 year college placement – mechanics
-Access to mainstream
-Additional subject
-Qualification
-Positive peer group learning
-new skills
a)increased engagement
b)increased attendance
c)college reports
d)achieve qualification
£38642.Access to 1 year external college course and activities – military-Access to mainstream
-Additional subject
-Qualification
-Positive peer group learning
-new skills
a)increased engagement
b)increased attendance
c)college reports
d)achieve qualification
£15603. MAKATON program – whole school intervention to support young people with communication difficulties.
Training for staff and whole school curriculum approach
-pupils learning
-engagement
-reduction in incidents
-emotional support
-self-regulation
a)staff training program
b)embedded in the curriculum
c)pupil engagement/assessment
d)pupil communication
£8884. School membership to NASS, which is a National Association of Independent Schools & Non-Maintained Special Schools who work with independent, voluntary and private sectors.-support school policies
-share practice for young people
-support practice amongst school team
-professional body
-CPD
a)Staff professional development
b)Membership of professional body
c)CPD
Summer Term 20181-9£288Outreach support offered to a young person with the use of Fair Ways Outreach team and school staff during the summer holidays.-emotional support
-self-regulation
-support attendance
a)increased engagement
b)increased attendance
c)relationships with staff

Brought Forward 2016/2017 – £9,394.69

2017/2018 Annual payments – £12,762.00

2017/2018 paid out – £9,793.15

2018/2019 Remainder carry over – £12,363.54