Impact of Spending

 

5ACEM %

3L English %

4L English %

3L Maths %

4L Maths %

2014 PP

30.49

68.06

29.17

31.08

12.16

2014 Non PP

54.19

86.11

49.44

56.45

20.43

Gap

23.7

18.05

20.27

25.37

8.27

2015 PP

42.86

70.11

35.65

50.57

16.09

2015 Non PP

59.16

83.98

47.51

69.32

28.98

Gap

16.3

13.87

11.86

18.75

12.89

 

KS2-KS4 Value Added

2012 JHS

2012 Nat

2013 JHS

2013 Nat

2014 JHS

2014 Nat

2015 JHS

FSM

997.2

981.9

1012.8

983.7

1002.8

977.8

1039.7*

Non FSM

1012.0

1005.4

1009.3

1005.6

1016.5

1007.8

1033.2*

Gap

-14.8

-23.5

+3.5

-21.9

-13.7

-30.0

+6.5

Whole School

1008.2

1000

1010.0

1000

1012.5

1000

1035.5*

% FSM at Jack Hunt School:        34% (no.502)
Pupil Premium Funding 2014/2015:        £539,095
*not yet validated by Raise Online

Area of spending

Cost

Description of Intervention
* Where Sutton Trust/Hattie

Intended Outcomes

How impact is to be measured

Impact of Intervention

Staffing

£305,300

 

 

 

 

Assistant Headteacher to oversee PP spending

 

To deliver more rigor in tracking the progress of FSM students who are not moving or making expected levels of progress. To track and initialise PP spending, analyse the impact and evaluate

Not evidenced by Sutton or Hattie

Improved recording of use of PP funding. Improved evaluation of PP funding. As a result of this outcomes for PP students should improve

Greater progress made by PP students. Students and parents to feel more informed regarding PP funding and what is available to them

Higher level of uptake of PP bursary compared to the previous two years. Year 11 students very pleased with study packs. All Year 10 PP students have been interviewed regarding their needs

KS3/4 Learning Mentors

 

Two members of staff employed to support and mentor PP students in class and outside of lessons. Focus on Year 11 students.

Sutton Trust: Behaviour Interventions +4 months Mentoring +1 month

Less disruption in lessons where key PP students are taught. Improved engagement of PP students. Improved attendance

Number of students supported. Impact on individuals of this support.

Around 30 students mentored, most in Year 11. Individual Case studies of success.

Breakfast Club Coordinator

 

Breakfast club run twice a week to provide extra literacy and numeracy for Year 7 and 8 students. This is delivered and coordinated by a Breakfast Club Coordinator who also oversees the Children’s University scheme

Sutton Trust: Small Group Tuition +4Months

To provide and safe and stimulating environment for small groups of students identified and requiring extra help in numeracy and literacy

Increased levels of progress amongst the students attending the Breakfast club

Varying levels of success regarding progress. Students attending provide a very positive review of their experience.

English HLTAs

 

Smaller class sizes and increased intervention, improved teacher continuity and a greater core subject resource to support all “non-moving” students and secure greater levels of expected progress

Sutton Trust: Small group tuition +4 months, reduced class size +3 months.

Increased expected and good progress levels achieved. Improved continuity, class size and intervention possible. Improved PP progress and attainment.

Quality and continuity of the timetable. Class sizes, amount of flexibility to intervene. Amount of expected and good progress achieved.

A-C and 3 levels of progress of PP significantly improved in Summer 2015 outcomes.

Maths HLTA, intervention tutor and extra staff member

 

Smaller class sizes and increased intervention, improved teacher continuity and a greater core subject resource to support all “non-moving” students and secure greater levels of expected progress

Sutton Trust: Small group tuition +4 month, reduced class size +3 months.

Increased expected and good progress levels achieved. Improved continuity, class size and intervention possible. Improved PP progress and attainment.

Quality and continuity of the timetable. Class sizes, amount of flexibility to intervene. Amount of expected and good progress achieved.

A-C and 3 levels of progress of PP significantly improved in Summer 2015 outcomes.

CP Officer

 

An additional CP Officer employed part time to join the CP team in the school working with vulnerable individuals, many of which are FSM students

Sutton Trust: Social and Emotional learning +4 months

A number of vulnerable students are supported to overcome difficulties

Anonymous case studies with a number of students

Case studies available. PP students have significantly benefitted from this provision.

Nurture and Breakthrough Year 7 Groups

 

Nurture and Breakthrough are groups formed for Year 7 that support our less able students to transition into secondary education; better supported through greater teacher continuity; designated classroom and targeted numeracy and literacy support. Forest School is run for these students as part of this scheme

Sutton Trust: Small Group Tuition +4 Months,  Outdoor education +2 months

 

Students make good progress in Yr. 7, close gaps and students are supported in their transition from Primary School. FSM students to feel successful and go and achieve good levels of progress.

 

Levels of progress achieved in Yr. 7, closing the gap between outcomes of Nurture/Breakthrough students and non. Greater confidence and self esteem

Students make good progress in Nurture and Breakthrough and build confidence, gradually transitioning to mainstream classes. Some students continue to be supported into Year 8.

External Consultancy

£20,500

School Improvement Associates (SIA) are used to focus on strategies for improving progress, raising attainment and closing the gap for PP students. The consultancy is run by and employs advisors with significant experience in teaching, school leadership and school improvement work. Subject specialists spend a day with each Curriculum Area, with follow up visits where required. Both Staff and Governor Training will continue to be delivered by the Consultancy as part of the school’s Training programme

Sutton Trust: Feedback +8 months Learning Styles +2 months

Improved Learning and teaching across curriculum areas resulting in improved outcomes for PP students

Greater levels of progress and attainment across curriculum areas. Quality of lessons through lesson observations

Most students make good progress. PP VA progress increased from 1003.7 (RAISE) in Summer 2014 to 1039.63 (SISRA) in 2015. A-C and levels of progress improved in Summer 2015. % good or outstanding lessons has risen from 65% in 2011/12 to 86% in 2015

Staff Training

£12,700

The school is a member of the PIXL group. SLT members and CAL for Core subjects are encouraged to attend PIXL training to ensure cutting edge teaching and intervention methods are used in the classroom and the correct students are identified in receiving the intervention.

Sutton Trust: Feedback +8months, Learning Styles +2 months

Improved knowledge and training amongst all staff. A good understanding of intervention methods and good identification of the key students needing intervention

Greater levels of progress and attainment across curriculum areas. Quality of lessons through lesson observations

Most students make good progress. PP VA progress increased from 1003.7 (RAISE) in Summer 2014 to 1039.63 (SISRA) in 2015. A-C and levels of progress improved in Summer 2015. % good or outstanding lessons has risen from 65% in 2011/12 to 86% in 2015

Skills Force

£19,000

Skills Force, who are part of the Prince’s Trust has been engaged this year to run the Motivation project for small groups of students in Years 7, 8 and 9.  The ‘motivation groups’ are identified as both under-achieving students and those who need to build their self-esteem and resilience

Sutton Trust: Behaviour Interventions +4 months, Outdoor education +2 months

Specifically targeted at vulnerable students, often at risk of exclusion, to improve social skills and self esteem

Attendance of targeted students, reduction in poor behaviour and exclusions, greater involvement in lessons

Some significant success with individuals and small groups. Students talk very highly of their experience

Saturday School and Evening school revision

£17,000

Revision and coursework classes run on Saturday morning, in the evening and in school holidays

Sutton Trust: Extended School time +2 months

Students supported to attend extra classes on Saturdays and in evenings to improve coursework outcomes and to allow them to perform better in exams

Number of PP students attending and exam outcomes

Good attendance across a range of subjects throughout the school year. PP students phoned first to encourage their attendance

Supported Study/HW

£9,985

Extending the school day and providing dedicated a staffed ICT area targeted particularly at FSM students supporting them to make greater progress

Sutton Trust: Extended School time +2 months

To allow students to remain at school for up to 3 hours after normal school hours to get support with revision, coursework and homework. This will be particularly directed at FSM students

Number of students attending on a nightly basis. Progress of students that attend

Limited success. Many students remaining at school but much of the work after school happened in curriculum areas.

Worked for some students and provided an alternative day for some students who may have otherwise been excluded

Careers Advisor

£13,000

To support students to have and realise future aspirations; providing targeted and specific support for students to secure pathways and reduce numbers of NEETS

*Not evidenced by Sutton or Hattie

Enable more FSM students to realise the enabling power of education. Reduce number of NEETs

Number of NEETs over time. Expected and good progress of FSM students

All PP students received a careers interview.

Only 2 NEET PP students recorded in 2014 compared to a National figure of 6

WEX

£7,400

All PP students supported to attend a 2 week WEX placement in Year 10  to provide them with experience of the work place and to improve motivation

Sutton Trust: Aspiration Interventions +0months

Enable all PP students to experience a good work placement

Number of successful WEX placements.

Many extremely successful WEX placements. Case studies of individuals.

Year 12 Mentoring and tutoring

£8,000

Year 12 students employed to work 1 to 1 with Year11 students in English and Maths to improve levels of progress and achievement in these subjects

Sutton Trust: One to one tuition +5months, Peer Tutoring +6 months

 

Increased expected and good progress levels achieved. Improved continuity, class size and intervention possible. Improved PP progress and attainment.

Data for those individuals who attended tutoring compared to those who did not

A-C and 3 levels of progress of PP significantly improved in Summer 2015 outcomes.

Data available for English tutoring

Uniform Bursary

£9,000

All students in receipt of PP funding are provided with a £50 bursary to spend on new uniform for the new academic year. This increases inclusion and removes barriers to learning

Sutton Trust : School Uniform +0 months

Increased uptake of bursary. Improved attendance, behaviour and engagement of PP students

Number of families who use the bursary

Uptake of bursary improved from Summer 2013 to 2015

Doddle, Mathletics and ICT equipment

£7,310

Online revision and study resources made available to all students in order to extend homework opportunities for students at home. IPad made available to loan for PP GCSE students who do not have access to ICT at home. Laptops provided to all HOH to help support students out of lessons

Sutton Trust: Homework +5 months, Digital Technology +4 months

Increased use of online study materials and increased progress and attainment

Number of students accessing online study materials

Homework completion and use of online study materials is slowly increasing. More work needs to be done with teaching staff to encourage more homework to be set on Doddle

Year 11 Revision study packs

£13,500

All PP students in Year 11 receive revision books and essential study materials for all GCSE subjects they are studying at the beginning of the academic year and tutors use these packs to mentor these students

Sutton Trust: Mentoring +1 month, Homework +5 months

 

Increased expected and good progress levels achieved. Improved continuity, class size and intervention possible. Improved PP progress and attainment.

Quality and continuity of the timetable. Class sizes, amount of flexibility to intervene. Amount of expected and good progress achieved.

A-C and 3 levels of progress of PP significantly improved in Summer 2015 outcomes.

Christmas and Transition books

£24,500

All students in the school receive a novel which is reading age, age and gender appropriate at Christmas. In addition all Year 6 students receive 2 novels to read over the summer in preparation for the new academic year.

Sutton Trust: Social and Emotional learning +4 months

Increased literacy levels throughout the age ranges. Increased frequency of reading

Library book loan figures.

Reading scores

Difficult to evidence as books can be accessed online as well as through the library. Student, parent and staff feedback from the Christmas books overwhelmingly positive. Also positive feedback from Year 6 students

Accelerated Reader Scheme

£3,000

All students in year 7 undertake the Accelerated Reader scheme in Year 7 in one English lesson per week in order to address the low literacy levels many students have on entry.

Sutton Trust: Phonics +4 months

Improved reading levels in Year 7 leading to better progress

Data from Accelerated Reader and library book loans

Data has shown that 69% of all students made progress through the scheme. Library borrowing in Year 7 has increased from 1634 in 2013 to 2571 in 2014

Study Planners

£2,000

Planners funded for PP students in the school

Sutton Trust: Homework +5 months

FSM issued with planners without charge

Amount of homework completed

All PP students received a study planner

Transition week Summer School

£47,500

Year 6 students attend a Transition week summer school to support their transition and secure early progress especially in literacy and numeracy

Sutton Trust: Summer Schools +3 months

Students enjoy a smooth transition from Primary school to JHS

Attendance in the summer and individual successes

Improved attendance in the Summer 2014 and again in Summer 2015. Many of these PP students

LAC students

£10,000

LAC student funding ring-fenced and spent on their needs

Ensure progress and inclusion of all LAC students

LAC funding report providing the spending details and outcomes for individuals

SEN Coordinator reports on spending to LAC Virtual Head at LA

Student Extra Curricular trip funding

£5,000

PP students attending Curriculum and Celebration Day trips funded if the funding is required to ensure inclusion

Not evidenced by Sutton or Hattie

Ensure all PP students are able to attend CA and Celebration Trips if they so wish

Attendance of PP students on CA and Celebration Day trips

Pastoral staff now able to encourage students to attend trips regardless of finances. A large uptake from PP students on Celebration day trips in 2015

Music Bursary

£8,000

All GCSE Music students offered funding to attend peripatetic music lessons weekly to ensure good outcomes at GCSE

Sutton Trust: Arts participation +2 months

Better progress, inclusion and participation of PP students in music

LOP made by PP students taking music GCSE and attainment

36% of PP students attained grades A*-C in 2015

Aim Higher Scheme

£4,000

PP students provided with opportunities to visit University open days and take part in various FE related schemes

Sutton Trust: Aspiration Interventions +0months

Better engagement of PP students in their studies. Less NEETS. More PP students going into Higher Education

Number of NEETS. Destinations of PP students into Higher Education

Only 2 NEET PP students recorded in 2014 compared to a National figure of 6. Destination figures held in school