Impact of Pupil Premium Funding at Chancellor’s School 2014-15

Progress Data - Year 7

23 Students English Maths Science
  Number % Number % Number %
Met or bettered target 3 13 4 17 0 0
Just under target  10 43 10 43 5 22
Below target 5 22 6 26 14 61
Well below target 5 22 3 13 4 17

 

Progress Data - Year 8

27 Students English Maths Science
  Number % Number % Number %
Met or bettered target 22 81 21 78 23 85
Just under target  3 11 2 7 4 15
Below target 2 7 4 15 0 0
Well below target 0 0 0 0 0 0

 

Progress Data - Year 9

23 Students English Maths Science
  Number % Number % Number %
Met or bettered target 12 52 14 61 16 70
Just under target  6 26 3 13 2 9
Below target 2 9 1 4 2 9
Well below target 3 13 5 22 3 13

 

Progress Data - Year 10

26 Students English Maths Science
  Number % Number % Number %
Above 4 14 4 14 3 11
Met target 6 21 4 14 12 43
1 grade below target 7 25 4 14 6 21
2+ grades target 10 36 15 54 5 18
Unknown 1 4 1 4 2 7

Using actual core science results compared to FFT and Yr10 Summer CWG for 3 triple science students

Progress Data - Year 11

32 Students English Maths Science
  Number % Number % Number %
Above 5 16 5 16 6 19
Met target 12 38 14 44 10 31
1 grade below target 12 38 4 13 11 34
2+ grades target 3 9 9 28 3 9
Unknown 0 0 0 0 2 6

Using actual Add Sci, triple Sci and Btec Sci grades

Provision Map

Strategy Activities/Resources Cost Details
Whole School Intervention Assistant Headteacher £5,000 Responsible for leading on PP
Data Manager £3,000 Support with data management
Staff Professional Development £3,000 Growth mind set, learning habits
 
Pastoral Interventions Careers adviser £1,000 Independent adviser
ESC interventions £10,000 Support from the Park
Heads of Year £30,000 Pastoral support
Lunch club £4,000 Run daily
Mentoring £1,000 Various run throughout school
Additional pastoral assistant £21,000 To support with pastoral needs
School counsellor £39,000 To support with emotional issues/mental health
 
Academic Interventions Accelerated reader £3,000 Intervention for students in years 7 and 8 to promote reading skills
Access arrangements £10,000 Testing and putting in place for examinations
Additional TA support £15,000 Additional TA employed
Alternative provision £15,000 Intervention put in place to support KS4 students who could not cope with the full KS4 curriculum
BTechs £43,000 Art, drama, music and PE
Homework Club £2,500 Run daily
Lexia £500 Reading intervention (computer program)
Raising achievement meetings £4,000 Termly meetings to track progress
Study support plus £10,000 To support students in KS4 taking one less GCSE option
Year 7 catch up – English £10,000 Withdrawal from German
P1 literacy interventions
Year 7 catch up – Maths £10,000 Withdrawal from Maths lessons
P1 Maths interventions
Year 8 catch up – English £10,000 Withdrawal from MFL
P1 literacy interventions
Year 8 catch up – Maths £5,000 Withdrawal from Maths lessons
P1 Maths interventions
Year 9 catch up – English £10,000 Withdrawal from MFL
P1 literacy interventions
Year 9 catch up – Maths £5,000 Withdrawal from Maths lessons
P1 Maths interventions
 
Individuals Money set aside to support individual students £5,000 Purchase school uniform, equipment etc, pay for trips, school visits and extra-curricular activities
  Total: £275,000