Pupil Premium Strategy 2018/19 Planned Spend
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Total PP Fund for 2018/19135,240
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Projected Spend for 2018/19135,240
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Pupil Premium Strategy 2018/19
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Expenditure TypeDescriptionAmount
Impact TBC 18/19
Cost
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Maximise potential for PP pupils to make expected progress
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Employment of Deputy Heads of HouseNon-teaching Deputy Heads of Houses employed to support PP pupils in each house pastorally and academically in targeted lessons where underperformance was identified£92,400£££££
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Assistant Headteacher for narrowing the gapProportion of AH salary responsible for deciding on PP spend and monitoring its impact in closing the gap.£24,563£££££
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SEN resources for PP/SEN pupilsReader Pens for PP pupils with SEN and special arrangements for examinations£230£££££
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Revision Guides in English, Maths and ScienceScience revision guides for PP pupils in KS3 and English revision guides for PP pupils in KS4£357£
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Study Support for Y11 during Easter and May school holidaysPP pupils who are underperforming in specific subjects will be targeted to attend catch up sessions in the Easter and May holidays in preparation for the GCSEs£190£££
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Living History DayPP pupils funded to attend the Living History Exhibition to support Humanities progress£203£
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Food and Nutrition ingredientsPP pupils' KS3 food and nutrition ingredients funded to ensure access to practical learning.£675£
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Alternative ProvisionFunding the alternative provision for any PP pupil who does not respond to intervention put in place in school.£935£££££
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External marking Mock papers from PP pupils were externally marked so that the English team could moderate and standardise and act on feedback from the report provided to improve outcomes in the 2019 GCSE series£918£££
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The Vocab Gap strategyIntroduced to enhance quality first teaching with a focus on improving and using ambitious and precise vocabulary.£30£
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Enhance positive relationships and wellbeing to improve attendance and progress
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HypnotherapyPP pupils' appointments with the school hypnotherapist to support coping strategies for phobias and past trauma.£132£
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Cognitive Behaviour TherapyPP pupils' appointments with the Cognitive Behaviour Therapist to support pupils to manage their own feelings £132£
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Family SupportFamily Support worker deployed to support the families of PP pupils where there are or have been complex issues which have proven to be a barrier to learning£1,479£££££
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Employment of Non-teaching Deputy Head of HouseNon-teaching Deputy Heads of Houses employed to support PP pupils in each house pastorally and academically in targeted lessons where underperformance was identifiedAs above
(£92,400)
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Uniform and Resources (including locker keys and central device chargers)All PP pupils have access to replacement equipment including locker keys and device chargers as well as stationery to ensure that their learning and behaviour is not impeded by missing resources. Items of uniform are also issued out of the PP fund to ensure equity.£1,500£
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Travel to and from school/provisionWhere new or amended arrangements are put in place for PP pupils who may have moved house, need to access appointments or alternative provision taxis or bus fares are provided in cases of hardship.£500££££
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Home from HomeThe redesign of TE1 to become a pastoral hub for PP pupils and house breakfast and lunch club as well as a base for those PP pupils who have Time Out Cards£2,000£
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Narrow the attendance gap to improve progress
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Home visitsPetrol costs for Attendance Officer and Deputy Head of House to make Home Visits for any PP pupils whose attendance is below target without legitimate reason.£100£
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Attendance StrategyProportion of costs incurred by the whole school attendance strategy which targets PP pupils.£900£
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Family SupportFamily Support worker deployed to support the families of PP pupils where there are or have been complex issues which have proven to be a barrier to attendanceAs aboveAs above
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Explore and encourage aspiration and ambition goals to improve attendance and progress
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Franklin ScholarsPeer mentoring and coaching programme targeted at KS3 PP pupils to support Transition£4,950£££££
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Day visits/External SpeakersProportion of trip cost paid for PP pupils keen to attend.£400££
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Residential tripsProportion of trip cost paid for PP pupils keen to attend.£449£££££
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Reach HigherElective offered in conjunction with Watford FC Enterprise to raise aspirations and address barriers to learning.£200£
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Passports to SuccessReward based passport for reluctant learners to enhance motivation, goal setting and positive behaviour.£200£
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Careers guidanceCareers guidance for all and additional support for those identified as having low aspirations.£0£
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Pupil InterviewsEvery PP pupil has a meeting with their progress and welfare leader to establish any barriers to their learning or aspirations.£0£
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Employment Excellence ProgrammeEnrolment of Post CLA pupils on the Employment Excellence Programme to support them in defining goals and ambitions and understanding how to work towards them.£600£££££
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Total Spend:£134,043
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Amount Remaining:£1,197
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