Pupil Premium

We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all of the pupils irrespective of their ability, gender or socio-economic background. We ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to vulnerable groups, this includes ensuring that the needs of socially disadvantaged pupils are adequately assessed and addressed.

We reserve the right to allocate the Pupil Premium funding to support any pupil or groups of pupils the school has legitimately identified as being socially disadvantaged.

Principles

At Treloar School we ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all of the pupils irrespective of their ability, gender or socioeconomic background.

We ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to vulnerable groups, this includes ensuring that the needs of socially disadvantaged pupils are adequately assessed and addressed.

We recognise that not all pupils who receive free school meals will be socially disadvantaged or qualify for free school meals.

We reserve the right to allocate the Pupil Premium funding to support any pupil or groups of pupils the school has legitimately identified as being socially disadvantaged.

Overview of the school Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received 2015/2016:

  • Total number of pupils on roll 95
  • Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 15

Amount of PPG received per pupil is variable due to individual need:

  • Total amount of PPG received £12,330

Provision

    1. Funds received in 15/16 and how they were used for individual students


    StudentAmount received in 15/16CohortLocal AuthorityHow the funds were used
    A935INTWest Sussex
    • Grab bars and Nonslip mats - to support posture and engagement
    • Soft play resources - to meet sensory needs and support engagement
    • Treasure Island - TIE - promote engagement with classic text through drama
    B935KS3West Sussex
    • Peripatetic Music lessons - boosting expression, confidence and emotional wellbeing
    • Barrington Stoke books reading age 7 - 8 years - focus on literacy development
    • Numicon resources - focus on numeracy development
    • Tudor speaker - multisensory approach - expert linked to topic
    • Replacement pole for manual chair and extra charger for AAC - to enable her communication in different contexts more readily
    C1320KS3Surrey
    • Peripatetic Music lessons - boosting expression, confidence and emotional wellbeing
    • Treasure Island - TIE - promote engagement with classic text through drama
    • Tudor speaker - multisensory approach - expert linked to topic
    • iPad - enabling engagement, independence and participation in learning
    • Voice amplifier - to develop her confidence, communication and participating in learning
    D935In the CollegeSurrey
    • Individual iPad with apps to support his independent learning at Alton College. It will enable him to access his work wherever he is required to do so on-site at college and enable him to work independently alongside his peers.
    E935INT - no progressed to Post 16Richmond
    • Individual iPad with apps - enabling engagement, independence and participation in learning
    F93511B - now progressed to CollegeNorfolk
    • Individual iPad with apps to support her independent learning at Alton College. It will enable her to access her work wherever she is required to do so on-site at college and enable her to work independently alongside her peers. She enjoys music and accessing her chosen tracks via the iPad will promote her social skills with her college peers and enable her to enjoy music independently in her own time.
    G21011B - now progressed to CollegeKirkless
    • Individual iPad with apps to support his independent learning at Treloar College. It will enable him to access his work wherever he is required to do so on-site at college and enable him to work independently alongside his peers.
    H1320KS3West Sussex
    • Tudor speaker - multisensory approach - expert linked to topic
    • External visit to Milestones - to boost confidence and peer relations (as well as curricular objectives)
    I935KS4Surrey
    • 1:1 teacher support to promote learning and confidence for accredited courses
    J500KS3Surrey
    • Peripatetic Music lessons - boosting expression, confidence and emotional wellbeing
    • Clicker communicate app for iPad - to develop her confidence, communication and participating in learning
    K935KS3Surrey
    • 1:1 teacher support to promote learning and confidence for accredited courses
    L500KS3Hampshire
    • Barrington Stoke Books reading age 6 - 8 years - to support literacy development
    M500KS3Hampshire
    • Used to enable her attendance at a series of PPD sessions in lesson 7 her fee does not include - to promote social engagement with peers
    N500INTSurrey
    • Individual tablet with apps - enabling engagement, independence and participation in learning
    • Stand equipment - which means she can access and engage in learning in any position in the classroom much more easily
    O935Post 16 - now progressed to CollegeLondon Borough of Hounslow
    12,330

Impact

1. Students with PP fund progress and achievement compared to the school average in 15/16

%MDT IEP targets achieved

% Academic targets achieved

Progress in core subjects meets internally targeted levels

Progress in core subjects meets externally targeted levels - CAPSA

School Function Assessment

Maths

English

Science

Maths

English

Science

Participation

Task Support

Physical Tasks

Cognitive Behaviour

School Average

90

88

77% green

75% green

83% green

60% green

50% green

74% green

11.25

2.41

1.15

8.55

Student A

100

81

0.16

0.34

0.22

-0.07

0.05

OT

0

0

0

0.43

Student B

100

97

-0.14

-0.90

-0.13

-0.25

-1.00

OT

60

5.23

23.75

1.13

Student C

67

94

-1.61

-0.11

0.57

-0.50

-0.50

OT

23.81

12.63

10.39

15.22

Student D

100

100

College student – see different measures used.

Student E

100

97

-0.71

-0.21

-1.27

0.50

OT

OT

NA

NA

NA

NA

Student F

92

74

NA

NA

0.91

12.0

OT

1.0

NA

NA

NA

NA

Student G

60

71

NA

NA

0.14

11.0

OT

OT

NA

NA

NA

NA

Student H

83

90

0.5

-0.51

1.88

OT

-0.5

2.0

0

15.00

0

31.37

Student I

100

93

-0.10

NA

0.83

-0.25

13

1.0

12.5

3.45

-1.71

2.97

Student J

86

93

-0.28

-0.54

0.51

0.50

-0.25

0.40

50

2.38

0

0

Student K

100

92

-0.21

NA

-1.06

0.25

14

OT

0

0

-8.51

8.8

Student L

100

94

0.67

-0.15

0.57

0.50

-0.25

0.60

0

1.41

0.64

2.05

Student M

100

93

1.23

-1.08

-0.07

1.05

-1.50

OT

10

3.61

4.90

22.22

Student N

100

100

-0.20

-0.19

-0.09

OT

OT

OT

33.33

-2.53

5.03

16.41

Student O

100

97

NA

NA

NA

-0.50

-0.75

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA