Pupil Premium Expenditure

Pupil Premium at St. Gregory’s Catholic High School Academic Year  2016-17

Pupil Premium Financial Allocation and Pupil Premium Numbers

Total Number of Pupils on Roll

903

Total Number of Pupils Eligible for Pupil Premium Grant

117(13%)

Pupil Premium Grant per Pupil

£935

Total Pupil Premium Grant Received

£109,690
Key Priorities Expected Outcome
  • Reduce barriers to learning and academic success for disadvantaged pupils.

  • Narrow the gap at KS3.

  • Ensure consistency across the school in terms of marking, feedback and differentiation.

 

 

  • Improve academic performance of Pupil Premium Pupils.

  • To narrow Progress and Attainment gaps between Pupil Premium and non-Pupil Premium pupils.

  • Continued improvement in attendance of Pupil Premium Pupils.
  Pupil Premium Expenditure Allocated
1.1 Attendance SLA £4,600
1.2 Paired Reading/Paired Maths Programme £1,500
1.3 School Counselling Service £6,000
1.4 CPOMS Safeguarding £2,587
1.5 Careers Guidance £4,275
1.6 Pupil Premium Support Manager £20,000
1.7 Literacy Coordinator (Initiatives such as 'Small Group Reading') £7,000
1.8 Y7 Catch Up Premium (Initiatives such as 'Reading Between the Lines' £2,029
1.9 Additional support to pupils below level 4 on entry into school £1,800
2.1 Rewards and Incentives £500
2.2 SISRA for Academic Analysis of Vulnerable Groups £1,194
2.3 School Comms £3,000 
2.4 Alternative Provision inc. 1:1 Tuition  £8,000
2.5 Educational Trips inc. Field Trips £1,000
2.6 Weekend Intervention Sessions  £1,500
2.7 SLT Associate for Strategic Management  £5,000
2.8 SLT Associate for the Quality Assurance of Learning and Teaching £5,000
2.9 SLT Associate for the Monitoring of Progress Data £5,000
3.1 Aspirational Trips e.g. University/College Visits £500
3.2 Music Tuition Subsidy £2,500
3.3 General Pupil Welfare e.g. Uniform  £2,000
3.4 'Made Training' -Exam preparation and revision technique/support £1,200
3.5 Faculty Pupil Premium bids (inc. Food Technology ingredients) £20,000 
3.6 IONA transition into mainstream £1,000 
3.7 Nurture Group transition into mainstream £1,000 
3.8 Behaviour Watch £1,500
 

Total Expenditure

£109,685