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Pupil Premium Funding Action Plan 2016-17

Burnage Academy for Boys will receive £422,680 of  pupil premium funding in the year 2016 to 2017. The action plan below sets out how the school plans to spend this funding in order to raise attainment for the cohort of the school entitled to pupil premium funding.


Priority: To raise attainment in the pupil premium cohort of the school

Success Criteria:

a) Pupil premium attainment will improve compared to 2015-2016 across the school

b)The gap in attainment between pupil premium and non-pupil premium pupils will be reduced in all subject areas

c) Teaching and learning will improve in the key areas identified in the RAP

Lead Role – DB

 


Activity

Target date

Lead person(s)

Cost

New or Continued Cost Centre

Monitoring

Academic Interventions

 

 

 

 

 

Maintenance of extra staffing in English, Maths, Science, MFL and Humanities to allow structured team teaching and timetabled intervention lessons for underachievers with trained teachers

Sep – July

IDF

£150,500

Continued

AS

Employment of speech and language therapist 3 days a week rather than 2 days a week

Nov – July

EF

£20,000

Continued

JJH

Employment of specialist dyslexia teacher for 3 days a week

Sep – July

EF

£28,640

Continued

JJH

Employment of EM and JO to run the Milner Initiative with all year 7 students.

Sept - July

EM

£44,000

New

 

HC

Whole school CPD programmes on Reading and writing to improve identified areas of teaching and learning which have most impact on the progress of disadvantaged pupils.

Oct – July

DAL

£1000

New

IDF

Assertive mentoring programme for underachieving pupils in year 11

Oct – July

DB

£600

Continued

JIR

Improved tracking and data analysis of pupil premium underperformers across the school through half termly data checks

Oct – July

DB

*

Continued

JIR

Employment of Tutor Trust to staff extra intervention and to work with most able pupils to push them to A/A* attainment

Oct – July

DB

£1,900

New

IDF

Extra funding for Maths faculty to allow for provision of free past papers and revision materials for years 10 and 11

Nov

DB

£2,500

New

DB

Extra funding for Science faculty to provide year 10 with new revision books and sets of past papers for all in KS4, allowing access to revision materials for all

Nov

BH

£2,500

New

DB

Extra funding for English faculty to allow for provision of free past papers and revision materials for years 10 and 11

Nov

HR/ER

£2500

New

DB

Pastoral Interventions

 

 

 

 

 

Raising achievement in the LAC group through a team dedicated to the co-ordination of academic and pastoral care, including gardening club withdrawal from lessons

Sep - July

AL

£63,000

Continued

MR

Behaviour mentoring for pupils at risk of exclusion

Sep – July

mentors

£39,500

Continued

MR

Maintenance of Ghyll Head outdoor centre to allow free enrichment for all pupils in school

Sep – July

DAL

£14,280

Continued

JJH

Maintenance of the school’s own outdoor learning centre at Buxworth

Sep – July

JH

£10,000

Continued

DAL

Funding of the school careers  and work experience programme

Sep – July

HTR

£19,500

Continued

HC

Funding for forest school intervention for vulnerable pupils in year 8, responding to 2016-2017 data trends

Jan 2016

HL

£1,260

New

MR

Funding for school uniform and equipment for those in most need

Sep –July

House Leaders

£1000

Continued

JJH

Provision of SIU withdrawal to allow vulnerable KS3 pupils a bespoke timetable and resources

Oct-July

EF

£1000

New

MR

Employment of Educational Psychologist one day per week to assist in accurate SEN referrals

Sep - July

EF

£19,000

New

MR

Total Spend

 

 

 

£422,680

 

 

* subsidised from core budget

 

For more information on Pupil Premium Funding (PPF) spending since 2013/14 and why BAfB is eligible for PPF see our category BAfB Pupil Premium Funding

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