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Pupil Premium

Across the country, students who are eligible for free school meals have, on average, lower levels of achievement. 

Humberston Academy seeks to address this inequality issue by implementing strategies and providing opportunities which are motivational and impact on achievement.

The government provides academies and schools with additional funding to help reduce inequalities and gaps in attainment between those students who are disadvantaged and their peers. This funding is called the Pupil Premium.

Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011 and is allocated to schools to work with pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as ‘Ever 6 FSM’).

Schools also receive funding for children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months, and children of service personnel.

Every academy and school can select how they choose to use their Pupil Premium allocation, as they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for students.  Every school needs to be held accountable for how this money is spent, which is why we make details of how Humberston Academy uses it, available on our website.

Use of the Pupil Premium at Humberston Academy (and Year 7 catch-up funding)

Available to download, using the documents panel on the left, is information and an impact report regarding how Pupil Premium funding and Year 7 catch-up funding was used in 2015/16 and the impact it has had at Humberston Academy. This report also details the amount received for 2015/16 and how we plan to use the funding for 2016/17.

 

2016-2017: Humberston Academy Pupil Premium - Please see attached document.

 

2015-2016 Humberston Academy deployed Pupil Premium funds in the following ways:

Teaching & Learning (£57,000)

Purchase "school study packs" for all PP 

Revision guides for all KS4 students

Academic mentor

Early morning and evening revision sessions

1:1 Numeracy & Literacy Co-ordinators

KS3 Accelerated reader programme 

Small group tuition

Bespoke teaching resources

 

Enrichment (£15,000)

Aspirational trips to universities/post 16 providers/apprenticeships providers

Broaden horizons through cultural trips, outward bound trips 

Music lessons

 

IAG (£5,500)

Bespoke careers guidance

EWO Attendance focus

 

2014-15: Humberston Academy Pupil Premium funds were allocated in the following way:-

Teaching and Learning (£43,500):

KS4 Mentor Support £10000

Early morning and evening revision by HA teachers

Purchase of “school study packs” for all 77 PP (stationary, PE kit etc)

Revision guides for all students

CPD for staff on effective Pupil Premium spend

1:1 literacy and numeracy support

Small group tuition

 

Enrichment (13,000):

Subsidising of aspirational trips to universities/post 16 providers/apprenticeships providers

Broadening of horizons through cultural trips, outward bound trips

Subsidising of departmental enrichment trips

 

IAG (£2000):

Bespoke careers guidance

 

For the academic year 2013/14 our total funding was £85,000

For the academic year 2014/15 our total funding was £75,000

 

For the academic year 2015/16 our total funding is £77,605