Pupil Premium Statement 2018-2019 including review of 2017-2018

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Pupil Premium Statement 2018-2019 including review of 2017-2018

Planned Pupil Premium Spend 2018-2019

Allocated Funding 2018-2019 will be £72,970 

Success criteria:

To raise the attainment and achievement of Pupil Premium students within Queen Elizabeth High School and Nationally

Pupil Premium student’s attendance levels are in line with or better than National Standards

Pupil Premium students levels of exclusion are in line with or better than National Standards

 Pupil Premium students involvement with extra-curricular activities are in line with other students at the school

Identified area for improvement Target Date Lead Person Initiative & Resources
Staffing to support curriculum, KS4 Vocational Skills and Mentoring September 2018 – July 2019 LM for Pupil Premium

TI for Vocational Skills

TA for Pupil Premium

£28,500

Intervention Mentor

Extra-Curricular Support

Individual needs Initiatives

Mentor Meetings – providing support and getting to know the Pupil Premium Students September 2018 – July 2019 LM for Pupil Premium

 

Within PP Staffing Spend

Intervention Mentor

 

Improve parental engagement in the school with continued home contact where necessary September 2018 – July 2019 LM for Pupil Premium

 

Within PP Staffing Spend

Individual needs Initiatives

SEN and Pastoral Support for disadvantaged students September 2018 – July 2019 AHT/SENCO/DSL Within PP Staffing Spend

Individual needs Initiatives

Behaviour

Supporting students and families alongside outside agencies to improve educational, social and emotional outcomes September 2018 – July 2019 AHT/SENCO/DSL Individual needs Initiatives

Behaviour

Funded resources to support learning including laptops, memory sticks/data, revision guides, revision packs, cooking ingredients, calculators, headphones for disadvantaged students September 2018 – July 2019 LM for Pupil Premium

Laptops for Learning

Revision Packs

Individual needs Initiatives

Faculty Initiatives

Faculty initiative for GCSE Science, subscription to Educake September 2018 – July 2019 Teachers Revision Packs

Faculty Initiatives

GCSE Pod – resource based revision tool for KS4  students primarily, although can be used with all students (last year of licence) September 2018 – July 2019 Teachers Paid for first year?

GCSE Pod

Revision Packs

Educational trips as part of the curriculum deemed necessary for progress for disadvantaged students September 2018 – July 2019 Teachers Educational Visits
Some trips are subsidised if they are deemed an advantageous experience and to improve inclusion for the student September 2018 – July 2019 LM for Pupil Premium

Educational Visits

Behaviour

Attendance

KS3 & KS4 English, Maths and Science targeted intervention for Pupil Premium Students September 2018 – July 2019 Teachers Within PP Staffing Spend

Individual needs Initiatives

Progress Data

1:2 Maths intervention for Year 11 (Catch Up) September 2018 – July 2019 LM for Pupil Premium Within PP Staffing Spend

Individual needs Initiatives

Progress Data

Small Group Tuition

1:1 literacy catch up for pupil premium students September 2018 – July 2019 LM for Pupil Premium

TA for Pupil Premium

Within PP Staffing Spend

Individual needs Initiatives

Progress Data

One to One Tuition

Assist as necessary to encourage good attendance through monitoring and discussions with students and families and at parents evenings September 2018 – July 2019 LM for Pupil Premium

Form Tutors

Within PP Staffing Spend

Individual needs Initiatives

Pre 16 advice and support for Options and Post 16 courses September 2018 – July 2019 LM for Pupil Premium

Careers Advisor

Within PP Staffing Spend

Individual needs Initiatives

Disadvantaged students are offered subsidised music tuition September 2018 – July 2019 Music Teacher Extra-Curricular Support

Individual needs Initiatives

Behaviour

Attendance

Prioritise checking of planners, encouraging regular attendance and punctuality September 2018 – July 2019 Form Tutors

Within PP Staffing Spend

Individual needs Initiatives

Progress Data

KS3 & KS4 invited to attend homework club September 2018 – July 2019 LM for Pupil Premium Within PP Staffing Spend

Extra-Curricular Support

After School Programme

Seating plans for all lessons taking into account the specific needs of pupil premium students first September 2018 – July 2019 Teachers Within PP Staffing Spend

Individual needs Initiatives

Pupil Premium exercise books are marked first and in more detail September 2018 – July 2019 Teachers Within PP Staffing Spend

Individual needs Initiatives

Progress Data

Individual needs resources offered when necessary such as uniform and lockers September 2018 – July 2019 LM for Pupil Premium Individual needs Initiatives
Disadvantaged students invited to breakfast club September 2018 – July 2019 AHT/SENCO/DSL

LM for Pupil Premium

Individual needs Initiatives
Total resources required for planned expenditure:

£

(remainder of funding to be allocated for initiatives or opportunities which are unplanned)

 Impact of Pupil Premium Strategies 2017-2018 (review of spend)

The allocation of £72,410 was spent on the following

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Identified area for improvement Target Date Lead Person Initiative & Resources Impact
Staffing to support curriculum and Mentoring September 2017 – July 2018 LM for Pupil Premium

TA for Pupil Premium

French Tutor

£44000

Intervention Mentor

Extra-Curricular Support

Individual needs Initiatives

Students felt supported.

Staff were informed of anything that may be affecting the student.

Students were encouraged and supported to do homework.

Mentor Meetings – providing support and getting to know the Pupil Premium Students September 2017 – July 2018 LM for Pupil Premium

 

No cost

Intervention Mentor

Students felt supported.

Staff were informed of anything that may be affecting the student.

 

Supporting students and families alongside outside agencies to improve educational, social and emotional outcomes September 2017 – July 2018 AHT/SENCO/DSL  

Individual needs

Students felt supported.

Students families felt supported.

Staff were informed of anything that may be affecting the student.

 

Funded resources to support learning including laptops, memory sticks/data, revision guides, revision packs (elevate), cooking ingredients, calculators, headphones for disadvantaged students September 2017 – July 2018 LM for Pupil Premium £7000

Laptops for Learning

Revision Packs

Individual needs Initiatives

Improved homework and enabled student to engage with learning at home by using basic office tools and the internet.

Ensured students have correct equipment ready for learning.

Incentive for targets being met or exceeded.

Faculty Initiatives for English – Macbeth performance September 2017 – July 2018 English department £840

Faculty Initiatives

Enabled faculties to develop bespoke strategies to increase engagement and understanding to improve outcomes.

Removed barriers to learning and achievement.

Raised aspirations of students.

Educational trips as part of the curriculum deemed necessary for progress for disadvantaged students.

Some trips are subsidised if they are deemed an advantageous experience and to improve inclusion for the student

September 2017 – July 2018 LM for Pupil Premium £4250

Educational Visits

Provided support for students to engage in all trips.

Provided experiences to enrich the curriculum offer of subjects.

Increased students love of learning.

GCSE Pod – resource based revision tool for KS4  students primarily, although can be used with all students September 2017 – July 2018 Teachers Paid for in first year?

GCSE Pod

Aided revision to improve progress, disadvantaged students.

Engaged students in learning.

Mathswatch – resources to support student in maths studies September 2017 – July 2018 Maths Teacher £650 annual subscription

Faculty Initiatives

Enabled faculties to develop bespoke strategies to increase engagement and understanding to improve outcomes.

Removed barriers to learning and achievement in all year groups.

Raised aspirations of students in all year groups.

KS3 & KS4 English, Maths and Science targeted intervention for Pupil Premium Students September 2017 – July 2018 Teachers Within PP Staffing Spend Progress of students to be raised.

Overcame barriers to learning.

1:2 Maths intervention for Year 11 (Catch Up) September 2017 – July 2018 LM for Pupil Premium Within PP Staffing Spend Progress of students to be raised.

Overcame barriers to learning.

1:1 literacy catch up for pupil premium students September 2017 – July 2018 TA for Pupil Premium Within PP Staffing Spend Reading levels improve to enable greater access to the curriculum.

 

Assist as necessary to encourage good attendance through monitoring and discussions with students and families and at parents evenings September 2017 – July 2018 LM for Pupil Premium

Form Tutors

Within PP Staffing Spend Improvement in attendance data for all PP students to be in line with national standards

 

Pre 16 advice and support for Options and Post 16 courses September 2017 – July 2018 LM for Pupil Premium

Careers Advisor

Within PP Staffing Spend

Improvements in aspirations and engagement

Disadvantaged students are offered subsidised music tuition September 2017 – July 2018 Music Teacher £5000

Extra-Curricular support

Ability to access extra-curricular activities to provide a chance to embed learning to those who couldn’t necessarily access this.

Increased students and parent’s engagement with the school.

DofE Programme September 2017 – July 2018 DofE Lead £1000

Extra-Curricular support

Ability to access extra-curricular activities to provide a chance to embed learning
Prioritise checking of planners, encouraging regular attendance and punctuality September 2017 – July 2018 Form Tutors Within PP Staffing Spend Supporting Individual needs.
KS3 & KS4 invited to attend homework club September 2017 – July 2018 LM for Pupil Premium Within PP Staffing Spend Students were encouraged and supported to do homework.

Engage students in learning.

Seating plans for all lessons taking into account the specific needs of pupil premium students first
Pupil Premium exercise books are marked first and in more detail September 2017 – July 2018 Teachers Within PP Staffing Spend Supporting Individual needs.
Individual needs resources offered when necessary such as uniform and lockers.  Also includes Work Experience. September 2017 – July 2018 LM for Pupil Premium £7600

Individual Needs Initiative

Supporting Individual needs.

Providing one to one support.

Inclusive.

 

 

 

 

 

Disadvantaged students invited to breakfast club September 2017 – July 2018 AHT/SENCO/DSL

LM for Pupil Premium

£1200

Individual Needs Initiative

Students felt supported.

Supporting Individual needs.

Providing one to one support.

Students were offered a good start to the school day.  Inclusive.

Total resources required for planned expenditure:

£71,540.00

(remainder of funding to be allocated for initiatives or opportunities which are unplanned)

  Impact of Pupil Premium Funding 2016-17

  All Students National Other Pupils 2016 Pupil Premium 2016 Pupil Premium 2017
Progress 8 0.07 0 0.31 0.08
Attainment 8 41.2 52.6 38.1
9-4 in E&M (A*-C in 2016) 50% 29% 56%
9-5 in E&M (no equivalent in 2016) 29% 25%
EBacc Attained 1% 8% 0%
EBacc Entered 28% 93% 25%
Progress 8 English -0.12 0.34 -0.17
Progress 8 Maths 0.05 -0.06 -0.05

 The DfE and Ofsted recognise it is not possible to make direct comparisons between 2016 results data and 2017’s results data. This is to do with a number of changes which have come into effect. These changes include the new scale for reformed GCSEs in English and mathematics, shifting from A*-G grades to 9-1. Also, for the unreformed GCSEs, the points applied to them have also changed. In 2016, a C grade was given an equivalent of 5 points, in 2017, this was 4 points.

The overall performance of Pupil Premium students at Queen Elizabeth High School was in line with their non-Pupil Premium peers at the school.

Queen Elizabeth High School Pupil Premium students made more progress than that of all students nationally.

 Impact of Pupil Premium Funding 2017/ 2018

  Pupil Premium 2018 Whole School 2018
Progress 8 -0.62 -0.41
Progress 8 lower 95% confidence interval for disadvantaged pupils -1.41 -0.74
Progress 8 upper 95% confidence interval for disadvantaged pupils 0.16 -0.08
Unadjusted Progress 8 score for disadvantaged pupils -0.62 -0.41
Unadjusted Progress 8 lower 95% confidence interval for disadvantaged pupils -1.42 -0.75
Unadjusted Progress 8 upper 95% confidence interval for disadvantaged pupils 0.18 0.08
Progress 8 score for disadvantaged – Ebacc element -0.50 -0.60
Progress 8 score for disadvantaged – open element -0.94 -0.48
Attainment 8 31.18 40.80
      English element 6.73 9.34
      Mathematics element 6.91 8.24
      EBacc element 8.91 10.99
      Open element 8.64 12.23
      Open element – GCSE only 7.77 10.40
      Open element – non-GCSE only 0.86 1.83
EBacc Entered 27.27% 15.3%
Average EBacc APS score per disadvantaged pupil 2.71 3.32
Progress 8 English -0.68 -0.16
Progress 8 Maths -0.28 -0.26
% of disadvantaged pupils achieving grade 5 or above in the English Baccalaureate 0.00% 5%
% of disadvantaged pupils achieving grade 5 or above in English or Maths 27.27% 37.29%
KEY:
AHT Assistant Headteacher
DHT Deputy Headteacher
DLS Designated Safeguarding Lead
KS Key Stage
LM Learning Mentor
PP Pupil Premium
SENCO Special Educational Needs Coordinator
T&L Training & Learning
TA Teaching Assistant
TI Training Instructor
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