Pupil Premium


The annual distribution of £2,183.95 has contributed towards the following interventions:

Autumn 2016

Interventions
Individualised Learning Support
1. Access to 1 year college placement
Support
-Access to mainstream
-Additional subject
-Qualification
-Positive peer group learning
-new skills

Spring 2017

Interventions
Individualised Learning support
1. Access to 1 year external college course – military
Support
-Access to mainstream
-Additional subject
-Qualification
-Positive peer group learning
-new skills
2. Information technology – purchase camera equipment for pupils with SEN needs to promote interaction, motivating independence and computing skills. Interactive source to evidence outcomes
Support
-Pupils learning
-ICT / Camera skills
-Engagement
– Progress

Summer 2017

Intervention
Whole School
1. NASS – Independent school standards – increased quality assurance

Support
Whole school development in the following areas to support pupil progress,
-being healthy
-be safe
-enjoying and achieving
-making a positive contribution
-achieve economic well being

This will be updated regularly each term with interventions implemented to support all looked after pupils.

The annual distribution of £10,412 contributed towards the following interventions:

Autumn 2015

Intervention
Individualised Learning support
1. External Individual Therapy – art
Support
– Pupils learning
– Engagement
– Sensory needs

Spring 2016

Intervention
Individualised Learning support

1. External Individual therapy – art
Support: 
– Pupils learning
– New skills
– Engagement
– Sensory needs

2. Individual ICT support / resources to encourage home learning
Support: 
a) Increased engagement
b) Improved ICT skills
c) pupils using tablets for various learning tasks in lessons
d) completing homework tasks

3. Access to 1 year external college course – military
Support: 
– Access to mainstream
– Additional subject
– Qualification
– Positive peer group learning
– new skills

Summer 2016

Intervention

Autism accreditation – Whole school approach to register with the national autistic society to gain accreditation to improve standards for all disadvantaged pupils with autism
Support:
– increased social communication
– improve self-reliance and
– problem solving
– emotional well-being
– sensory experiences

Individualised Learning support

1- External Individual therapy – art
Support
– Pupils learning
– New skills
– Engagement
– Sensory needs

2 – Access to 1 year external college course – military
Support
– Access to mainstream
– Additional subject
– Qualification
– Positive peer group learning
– new skills

Sensory Equipment
Increased resources of sensory equipment to support the OT and therapy team to ensure all pupils gain the appropriate assessment and sensory diets within the curriculum
Support
– engagement
– to support self-regulation
– stimulating curriculum
– sensory diets and experiences
– increased therapy support

This will be updated regularly each term with interventions implemented to support all looked after pupils.

The annual payment of £5,525 contributed towards the following interventions

Autumn

Intervention
Information technology – purchase 2 x tablets to support 1:1 lessons for pupils with SEN needs to promote interaction, motivating independence and computing skills. More stimulating software and to enhance pupils fine motor skills

Support
-Pupils learning
-ICT skills
-Engagement
-Sensory needs

Spring

Intervention
Individualised Learning support

1. External Horse therapy – therapeutic approach
Support: 
-Pupils learning
-New skills
-Engagement
-Sensory needs

2. Access to 1 year external college course – level 2 child development
Support:
-Access to mainstream
-Additional subject
-Qualification
-Positive peer group learning
-new skills

3. Access to 1 year external college course – military
Support: 
-Access to mainstream
-Additional subject
-Qualification
-Positive peer group learning
-new skills

Summer

Intervention
Individualised Learning support

1. Laptop to support home learning
Support:
-Pupils learning
-ICT skills
-Engagement

2.Play Therapy – therapeutic support
Support:
-Pupils learning
-New skills
-Engagement
-Sensory needs