Pupil Premium Attainment
5A* - CEM (4+)
English and Maths C+/4+
English and Maths B+/5+
98% Y11 PP have achieved their Platinum status this year.
Attendance at Hotchoc Friday is 33% for PP students as opposed to 22% of the rest of the school population.
Every small school has at least 1 PP School captain.
95% parents have had a face to face meeting with their Learning Mentor this year
At parents evenings the vast majority of students meet with their Learning Mentor to get overall feedback.
In 2015-16 there were 13 PP students who gained at least 1 Fixed term exclusion
In 2016-17 there were 22 PP students who gained at least 1 fixed term exclusion
In 2017-18 1 student has received 1 fixed term exclusion
We currently have no PP students on a modified timetable for behaviour
Free School meals
Since changing our Free School meal process there has seen a 15% increase in uptake of free school meals.
72 of our KS3 PP students receive a weekly reading intervention this year and this has raised reading ages by a combined total of 661 months thus far between September and April.
All Y11 students attended Harper Adams for a conference earlier this year.
15% of Y11 PP students attended a Cambridge University residential.
11% of our Y10 PP students attended a Warwick university open day as part of the Burton Borough Universities.
Pupil Premium Spending 2016-2017
|Use of funding||Spending|
|New assertive mentors||£32,160|
|English and Maths tutoring||£52,350|
|Breakfast and Homework||£5,000|
|Textbooks and revision materials||£8,000|
|Trips and Visits||£6,000|
|Peripatetic music lessons||£3,000|
|Uniform and Equipment||£5,000|
|Transport for intervention sessions||£500|
|Resources for tutoring||£500|
|Dedicated PP Revision sessions||£2,000|