Pupil Premium, Awards & Grants

Pupil Premium

Information and summary of progress made by pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium 2016/17

Funding £85305

Free School Meals (FSM) 77 pupils

- 77 Pupils made above or expected progress

- 0 Pupils made below expected progress

Looked After Children (LAC) 10 children

- 10 Pupils made above or expected progress

- 0 Pupils made below expected progress

Pupil Premium funding continues to support and enhance the learning opportunities of this group of pupils. Good progress is being maintained.

The funding was used to support the pupil’s progress in the following ways:

- Additional staff to support and provide more individualised and personal programmes

- Increased 1:1 support

- Multi- Professional support in the way of Music Therapy, Speech & Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapist and Specialist Sports Coaches.

- Additional Staff Training

- Purchase of specific resources and SEN equipment

- Additional School Nurse time

- Family Support Worker

- Funding for out of school activities centered around special needs for children that aren’t able to access generic clubs

Indicative amounts for 2017 – 2018

Pupils on roll = 207

Total Proposed Pupil Premium = £85525

 



Sports Grant 2016/17

£8420

Funding was used to contribute towards the following:

-Sports Coach
-PE Teacher
-Sports Equipment
-Transport for Swimming
-Swimming Pool Hire Costs
-Disabled and Inclusive Horse Riding

Sports Grant Impact

A diverse and varied sports offer that allows all children from the school the opportunity to participate in sports in many ways.

High quality lessons being delivered by specialist community coaches.

Links with other mainstream primary and secondary schools

Links with other special schools

Links with community clubs

Links with Bath Rugby

Support and inspiration from Paralympian athletes

Opportunities to participate in Boccia matches in Secondary and 6th Form, however all year groups are taught Boccia.

Rebound Therapy with a specialist coach

Inclusive riding that allows students the opportunity to ride as well as learning new skills in animal care

Sports day with parent participation

Well Being Day again with parent interation.

 


Year 7 Catch - Up premium expenditure:

The Government has made a commitment to provide additional funding to schools for each Year 7 pupil at Three Ways in reading and/or mathematics. The purpose of this funding is to enable the school to deliver additional support, such as intensive support in small groups for those pupils who most need it.

Overview of the school:

Number of pupils and catch-up premium

Total number of pupils on roll - 207

Total number of pupils eligible for catch-up premium -20

Total amount of catch-up premium funding received - £10000

 

Nature of support in 2016/17

Currently
-Additional Reading Eggs Resources

-Education City renewal

-Toe by Toe Reading Manuals additional materials

-Makaton Resources

-Bug Club renewal and staff training

-Additional Numicon Resources

-Sandwell

-Super Hands programme

-Speech Therapy Input

-Thrive Input

Impact of catch-up premium spending

- Evaluation process of Year 7 data will be on-going, however this year’s focus has been on increased one to one work, phonics and reading support through the reading eggs. In Maths the emphasis has been on problem solving and functional maths. In English we have been using the Super Hands programme that improves fine motor skill and in turn improves handwriting.

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