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North Herts
Education Support Centre

Pupil Premium 2016-2017

Income and Expenditure 2016/17

North Herts ESC received £28,985.00 of Ever6/FSM Pupil Premium funding.

North Herts ESC received £5,000.00 of CLA Pupil Premium funding.

The chart below shows the number of eligible students throughout the Academic Year.

Category No of students
Free School Meals 7
Ever 6 15
Children Looked After 10

Total eligible for

Ever6/FSM Pupil Premium

22

Total eligible for

CLA Pupil Premium

10

 

Allocation of Ever 6/Free School Meals funding

Intervention

Summary

Allocation

Literacy Intervention Programme

Students are identified through the baseline assessment system and the STEPS database and those who have low literacy levels or are not making good progress with their literacy. 

 £6,374

Maths Intervention programme

Students are identified through the baseline assessment system and the STEPS database and those who have low maths levels or are not making good progress with their maths.

 £6,374

Attendance/SEMH Intervention programme

This programme targets those students who struggle to maintain good attendance levels, particularly FSM students to ensure they have the maximum opportunity to succeed. The correlation between attendance and progress is inextricably linked.

£6,374

Extra-Curricular Opportunities   £9,561

PE kit

PE kit is provided for all students, to encourage team work.

£300

As of December 2016, £5000 income for CLA is being spent as expected, i.e. £500 per individual CLA per term on bespoke interventions.

Strategies and Support

Listed below are a range of strategies that were implemented throughout 2016/17 to support all Pupil Premium students.

  • 1-1 intervention to support literacy
  • 1-1 intervention to support numeracy
  • 1-1 intervention to support Social Emotional Mental Health
  • Extra – curricular activities to help with SEMH and self-esteem, for example Saddle Up, Right Trax, music lessons, boxing, Hair & Beauty 
  • 1-1 time with named tutor/mentor
  • 1-1 for specific subject areas
  • Pupil Premium students receive additional intervention in the area they are most most able.

Autumn Term 2016 Impact and Outcomes

English

The Ever6, (including FSM) Pupil Premium cohort compared to the Non Pupil Premium cohort have not only closed the gap but are demonstrating a positive gap.

The CLA Pupil Premium cohort matches the progress of the Non Pupil Premium cohort.

Maths

The Ever6, (including FSM) Pupil Premium cohort compared to the Non Pupil Premium cohort have not only closed the gap but are demonstrating a positive gap.

The CLA Pupil Premium cohort matches the progress of the Non Pupil Premium cohort

Attendance

The Ever6, (including FSM) Pupil Premium cohort matches the progress of the Non Pupil Premium cohort. 

The CLA Pupil Premium cohort compared to the Non Pupil Premium cohort have not only closed the gap but are demonstrating a positive gap