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Pupil premium is allocated to schools to provide additional support to those students who qualify for free school meals; are service children or children who have been looked after continuously for more than 6 months.
Pupil Premium Strategy 2021-2022
The main barriers to the educational achievement faced by eligible students at the school are:-
- Good Attendance
- Persistent Absence
- Mental Health and Wellbeing
- Physical Wellbeing
- Social Development and Opportunities
- Missed Education due to Covid-19
How Pupil Premium money will be spent to address the barriers above:
Good Attendance and Persistent Absence
The School Attendance Officer will follow up on all absences with a text and follow up calls daily. This would lead to either home visits or meetings with other professionals and lead to alternative provision to be put into place using the LRC (Learning Resource Centre) if required.
Mental Health and Wellbeing
Mental Health Lead to receive training and set up a hub in school and signpost to other professionals when needed. Training of all staff by Mental Health Lead.
Wellbeing carousel in place for years 7, 8, study and complex needs groups.
Playground equipment to be installed to allow students to further develop skills in PE during break, lunch and extra-curricular time.
Staff to be trained on use of equipment.
Start of inter-school competitions.
Social Development and Opportunities
Social functions to be returned.
Residentials to take place.
Assemblies and visits to be returned.
DofE expeditions over-night.
After school clubs and discos.
Changes to timetable to enable staggered breaks and lunches.
ESU area developed.
Refocus area developed.
Attachment Disorder training for staff.
Interventions organised and implemented in lessons across the curriculum.
After school catch-up sessions and homework clubs.
Online learning for families needing to isolate.
Reading, phonics and speech and language interventions.
Pupil Premium ReportsLink to Pupil Premium Report 2020-21