Stepping Stones

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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium is additional government funding for pupils who are either looked after children or perceived to come from disadvantaged backgrounds and therefore qualify for Free School Meals. This funding is then used to boost the learning of pupils so that the gap between learners is narrowed and all pupils are then able to reach their full potential.

At Stepping Stones School we aim to narrow the attainment gap between pupils so that they can achieve their full potential, particularly in English and Mathematics as well as improve access to accreditation and sustained access to a learning environment. Pupil Premium is also used to help pupils fully participate in chosen or enrichment activities and receive the additional support which they require.

Some Pupil Premium funding has been spent on one to one sessions for individual pupils to boost their attainment. This method is an effective way to improve attainment of our most disadvantaged pupils. Pupils who received Pupil Premium funding will have benefited from the following additional provisions:


• Numeracy 1-1 tutoring
• Literacy 1-1 tutoring
• Nurture and attachment support
• Access to specialist resources
• IPads or Tablets to promote independent study
• Curriculum enrichment trips

All of our Key Stage 4 pupils who received Pupil Premium funding achieved very good levels of progress which exceeded expectations.

Funding Received

 

Financial Year

Amount

No. of students

2014-15 £0 0

2015-16

£935

1

2016-17

£5940

6

2017-18

£8415

9

2018-19

£11200

12

2018-19

 

 The plan for this current academic year is as follows:

Key Intervention 2018/19 Funding  Impact / Outcome Intervention / Project Monitoring of Impact
Attendance and punctuality £1500

Student arrive to lessons ‘ fit for learning’.

Students well regulate to engage in learning
Breakfasts club part sponsored by Sainsburys and Warburtons Increased attendance and engagement levels
Access to accreditation £2500

Reading levels improve from starting point

Speed of output and transference  of skills developed from starting point
Top up reading and Dyslexia based process skills development
Behaviours for learning £2500

Raised levels of engagement and resilience to take risk in learning

Re engagement support assistant

Post break and lunchtime re regulation interventions
Increased social resilience  £2700 Increased support and role play around unfocused times to prevent distorted recover when re accessing learning, Decreased anxiety levels

Animal Assisted therapy

Equine Empowerment

Music engagement

Group LAMDA
Academic progress enhancement £2000

Self-worth increased via additional focus sessions music and arts based.

Merits rewards system with outcomes

Enrichment club options

Duke of Edinburgh

Merit target incentives

This plan and its impact is reviewed as part of the Curriculum Governors remit in the Autumn Term meeting.

2017-18

Key Intervention

Cost 

Impact / Outcome

Intervention / Project

Monitoring of Impact 

Access to accreditation £2400 Access to laptops and OT support and programs to improve effective use. Laptop and fine motor skills sessions to ensure effective access and use. Increased output in lessons and greater engagement of learners.

Behaviours for learning

£885

Raised levels of engagement and resilience to take risk in learning

Metacognition program to develop readiness for learning

Increased lesson engagement

Increased social resilience impacting on Attendance and access to learning £2850 Increased support and role play around unfocused times to prevent distorted recover when re accessing learning, Decreased anxiety levels

Animal Assisted therapy

Equine Empowerment

Music engagement

Group LAMDA

High level of positive engagement in all aspects of school day.

Lower incidents rate.
Academic progress enhancement £2280 Self-worth increased via additional focus sessions music and arts based.

DIY club

Singing therapy

Duke of Edinburgh
Increased risk taking in Lesson and higher level of independent learning monitored via GAS levels

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016-17

The plan for funding is as follows the Surrey pupils for whom we currently receive pupil premium.  We note that at present we do not receive payments from Hampshire County Council.

All goals were achieved following impact monitoring.

Key Intervention

Cost 

Impact / Outcome

Intervention / Project

Monitoring of Impact 

Attendance and punctuality

 £1200

Increased self-worth and identity therefore allowing young person to access learning with risk.

1:1 nurture sessions

1:1 prelearning sessions

Increased attendance

Access to accreditation

 £945

Access to Laptops and OT support and programs to improve effective use.

Laptop and fine motor skills sessions to ensure effective access and use.

Increased output in lessons and greater engagement of learners.

Behaviours for Learning

 £1000

Raised levels of engagement and resilience to take risk in learning

Bespoke program to build tolerance to learning

Increased lesson engagement

Increased social resilience

 £1795

Increased support and role play around unfocused times to prevent distorted recover when re accessing learning, Decreased anxiety levels

Eft sessions

Equine Empowerment

High level of positive engagement in all aspects of school day.

Lower incidents rate.

Academic progress enhancement

 £1000

Self-worth increased via additional focus sessions music and arts based.

Lamda

Singing therapy

Duke of Edinburgh

Increased risk taking in Lesson and higher level of independent learning monitored via GAS levels

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Premium Payments

The school is not currently in receipt of the following:

  • Year 7 literacy & numeracy  catch-up premium
  • PE & sport premium

Should this change, we will make a full account of any funds received.