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Pupil Premium Information

The school is at forefront of Pupil Premium provision and research into most effective ways of using the additional funding to ensure all young people progress at equally fast rates.

The school works very closely with other Tower Hamlets schools and primaries to ensure a smooth transition of pupils.

Our Pupil Premium will next be reviewed in March 2018.

 

Pupil Premium

 

Financial Year

2013/2014

Financial Year

2014/2015

Financial Year

2015/2016

Financial Year

2016/2017

Financial Year 2017/2018

Bishop Challoner Girls’ School

 

 

 

 

 

Number of Pupil Premium pupils

378

392

371

369

361

Funding received

£375,800

£373,359

£356,187

£344,666

£337,490

Bishop Challoner Boys’ School

 

 

 

 

 

Number of Pupil Premium pupils

299

303

319

330

345

Funding received

£292,100

£305,855

£307,675

£308,088

£322,386

 

 

2016/2017 Financial Year spend

Tutor Programme

£75,000

Academic Year end trips

£80,000

Summer Transition Provision

£23,090

Duke of Edinburgh award

£25,000

Attendance and Welfare Advisors

£81,600

SEN Behaviour Support

£20,572

Educational Psychology Service

£12,900

Careers Services

£21,000

Speech and Language Therapy

£18,299

Music Tuition

£59,848

Tower Hamlets Youth Sports Foundation

£21,165

Tower Hamlets Educational Business Partnership

£32,421

Therapy Provision

£72,000

Fair Access Protocol

£15,000

 

Evaluation Criteria

-  Increased rates of progress in all subjects, with the gap between PP and non PP students narrowing.

- Gaps in attendance by year group between PP and non PP students narrowed and improved attendance for PP students

- A reduction in the number of students who risk becoming NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training)

.- A reduction in the number of Fixed Term and Permanent exclusions across the school and narrowed gaps in exclusions between PP and non PP students.

 

2017/2018 Financial Year planned spend

Tutor Programme – to provide additional 1:1 targeted support for identified pupils £73,000

 

Summer Transition Provision – to provide the new Year 7 pupils with the opportunity to settle in to Bishop Challoner before starting the academic year £11,606

 

Duke of Edinburgh award - provides students with the opportunity to pursue a programme designed to help make young people into well rounded individuals £13,000

 

Attendance and Welfare Advisors - buy in additional services over and above the core provided by the LA to improve school attendance, reduce truancy and to ensure that pupils fully benefit from education £94,000

 

SEN Behaviour Support - the Support for Learning Service provides a specialist and flexible service to support schools in providing inclusive education for pupils across the full range of special educational needs, including behaviour support £54,394

 

Educational Psychology Service - the service provides direct psychological support to schools, children and families where there are concerns about a child’s learning and development. £13,289

 

Careers Services – to help pupils make informed realistic decisions, matching their own skills, abilities and aspirations to the opportunities available and broadening their horizons, raising attainment and achievement and reducing drop-out rates, unemployment and poverty £21,000

 

Speech and Language therapy - provide services to children with a statement of special educational needs specifying speech and language therapy £15,000

 

Music Tuition – to provide high quality instrumental and vocal teaching together with the free loan of instruments for pupils £39,000

 

Tower Hamlets Youth Sports Foundation – to provide outstanding opportunities and support for young people in Tower Hamlets to reach their potential, realise their ambitions and develop personally through sport £19,920

 

Tower Hamlets Educational Business Partnership - charity that bridges the gap between pupils and the world of work, providing fair and equal opportunities that enable pupils to broaden their horizons, igniting a determination to fulfil their aspirations £44,600

 

Therapy Provision – to address emotional, social and behavioural difficulties of a pupil that can impact on their learning, attainment and achievement £82,000

 

Fair Access Protocol - resource for FAP managed move referrals that do not return to mainstream school as well as for pupils where it is agreed they will require two year AP provision at the PRU or CGW from the outset £15,000

 

GCSE Outcomes 2016-17

 

Bishop Challoner Girls’ School

 

Key Measure

 

 

Non-PP (63)

 

PP (65)

Grade C or above in GCSE RE

84%

74%

Grade 4 or above in GCSE English

90%

84%

Grade 4 or above in GCSE Mathematics

86%

69%

9-4 grades English and Mathematics

74%

69%

Total A8 score

49.79

50.90

English A8 score

11.68

11.48

Maths A8 score

9.37

9.23

EBacc A8 score

15.74

15.07

Open A8 score

14.11

14.02

Attaining EBacc suite of qualifications

29%

22%

 

 

Bishop Challoner Boys’ School

 

Key Measure

 

 

Non-PP (50)

 

PP (61)

Grade C or above in GCSE RE

74%

64%

Grade 4 or above in GCSE English

86%

68%

Grade 4 or above in GCSE Mathematics

70%

63%

9-4 grades English and Mathematics

68%

61%

Total A8 score

49.66

40.30

English A8 score

10.98

9.51

Maths A8 score

9.84

8.33

EBacc A8 score

15.63

12.10

Open A8 score

13.21

10.37

Attaining EBacc suite of qualifications

8%

3%

 

Documents

Page Downloads Date  
Pupil Premium Report December 2016 06th Jul 2017 Download