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Pupil Premium Strategy 2018-19

Please see this report below & as an attachment

Fairfield High School Pupil Premium strategy

Current Academic Year 2018-19

Fairfield High School’s pupil premium grant allocation amount

  • £303,210 (tbc)

Main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at Fairfield High School

  • Levels of attainment in literacy and numeracy on entry from KS2
  • Absence
  • Persistent absence
  • Behaviour
  • Parental engagement
  • Aspirations

Planned spend of Pupil Premium grant to address barriers to achievement:

  • Staffing
  • Student academic support
  • Student pastoral support
  • KS4 Revision Support
  • Diagnostic Assessment of pupil need
  • Alternative Educational Placement
  • Enrichment Activities
  • Careers and Employment activities and support

How impact of Pupil Premium will be measured:

  • Monitoring and reporting of progress in all subjects, in all year groups
  • Comparisons with National and internal data for rates of progress, Progress 8 and Attainment 8 data
  • Comparisons with National and internal data for absence and persistent absence data
  • Comparisons with National and internal data for exclusion data
  • Comparisons with National and internal data for destination data

Date for next review of Pupil Premium strategy:

  • September 2019

Previous Academic Year 2017-18

Fairfield High School’s pupil premium grant allocation amount

  • £303,210

How Pupil Premium grant was spent to address barriers to achievement:

  • Staff
  • Student Support
  • KS4 Revision Support
  • Diagnostic Assessment of need

Impact of expenditure of Pupil Premium grant for 2017/18 Academic Year:

Progress and Attainment

 

Progress 8

Attainment 8

Basics 9-5

Basics 9-4

Fairfield Disadvantaged

+0.02

39.34

29.8%

42.1%

National

Other

+0.11

(2017)

49.80

(2017)

49.40%

(2017)

71.20%

(2017)

Gap

 

-0.09

-10.51

-19.6%

-29.1%

Absence and Persistent Absence

 

Absence

Persistent Absence

Fairfield

Disadvantaged

8.07%

18.6%

National

All

5.4%

(2016-17)

13.5%

(2016-17)

Fairfield Disadvantaged v National All gap

-2.33%

-5.1%

Exclusions and Permanent Exclusions

 

Fixed term exclusions

as a percentage of the

pupil group

Permanent exclusions

as a percentage of the

pupil group

Fairfield

Disadvantaged

12.15%

0%

National

Other

4.58%

(2016)

0.07%

(2016)

Gap

 

-7.57%

+0.07%

Destinations of pupils – Post-16 (2016 figures)

 

Overall percentage going to a sustained

education or employment/training destination

Fairfield

Disadvantaged

92%

National

Other

96%

(2017)

Gap

 

-4%

 

 


  1. Fairfield High School Pupil Premium strategy 2018-19

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