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Premiums information

PE & Sports Grant Statement July 2021

 

April 2020 – March 2021 - allocated: £16223

 

Intervention and Description

Impact

Paid by Sports Grant

Greenhouse Sports Coach teaching PE lessons, Duke of Edinburgh programme and  extra-curricular sporting opportunities

Pupils show awareness of healthy life style choices and observational data demonstrates these opportunities effectively support pupil wellbeing

£16,223

 

 

Due to GDPR we cannot show the actual cost which is higher than the amount paid by PE & Sports Grant.

 

April 2021 – March 2022 Sports Grant allocated:£16,270

Planned spend and measurement of impact will be as above due to outstanding impact.

PUPIL PREMIUM STATEMENT – JULY 2021

 

Samuel Rhodes pupils make expected or better than expected progress by every measure of outcome which was validated in the last Ofsted inspection and annual Challenge Partners quality assurance review (There are no statistically underperforming groups). All pupils have EHCP’s and many have multiple disadvantages which mean they have many barriers to learning. The pupil premium is used across the school to reduce inequity and enable all pupils to reach their potential.

April 2020 – March 2021 - Pupil Premium funding allocated: £88,935

 

Groups targeted:

Pupils eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) (67%)               Looked After Children (LAC) (3%)

 

Intervention and Description

Impact

Paid by Pupil Premium

Pastoral Support Manager

Improved attendance and 100% parental engagement

£23,600

 

Interventions Lead providing Holistic and behavioural interventions, friendship groups, residential trips and gardening projects

Pupils resilience observed to be developing.  Emotional regulation data shows pupils progressing towards independence

£34,000

 

 

Additional support from CAHMS clinician for directed pupil support and staff supervision and CPD

Behavioural data shows individualised SEMH support is effective and meets the specific needs of the cohort

£25700

 

 

Greenhouse Sports Coach teaching PE lessons, Duke of Edinburgh programme and  extra-curricular sporting opportunities

Pupils show awareness of healthy life style choices and observational data demonstrates these opportunities effectively support pupil wellbeing

£2,935

 

 

Free Breakfast Club for all pupils both sites.

Improved behaviour and pupils access important opportunities for socialisation and support life skills development

£2,700

 

 

Total Spend on planned interventions:

£88,935

 

 

Due to GDPR we cannot show the actual cost which are higher than the amount paid by Pupil Premium.

 

April 2021 – March 2022 Pupil Premium funding allocated: £83030

Planned spend and measurement of impact will be as above due to outstanding impact. Main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at the school remain the same as current statement. 

 

Next Review Date of pupil premium strategy January 2022.

 

COVID catch up premium 

Information coming soon.