Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure                               

Pupil Premium Expenditure is additional funding allocated to schools to provide targeted support for looked after Children and those eligible for Free School Meals. The extra funding is provided to maximise the achievement of these students and to close the gap that exists between students from disadvantaged and more affluent backgrounds.

At the Camden Centre for Learning we have a higher proportion that average of students who are eligible for Pupil Premium.

Breakdown of Pupil Premium Funding

Year Special School KS4 PRU KS3 PRU Additional Funding

LAC Students

Total
2014-15 £27,115.00+ £14,025.00 £8,415.00 £5,000 LAC PP+ received March 31 2015 from Camden £54, 555
2015-16 £27,115.00+ £13,090 £9,350.00 £11,000 LAC PP+ received March 31 2016 £60,555
 

2016-17

£ 25,245 £25,245 £9,350  

£924 PP+ OOB students

£60,764

2014-

2015

2015-

2016

2016-

2017

2014-

2015

2015-

2016

 

2016-

2017

2014-

2015

2015-

2016

 

2016-

2017

Sp.Sch Sp.Sch Sp.Sch KS4 PRU KS4 PRU KS4 PRU KS3 PRU KS3 PRU KS3 PRU
Total % of PP Students 83% 91% 85% 36% 50% 40% 52% 57% 67%
No of FSM 25 (69%) 27

(82%)

30

(75%)

14 (31%) 19

(45%)

17

(38%)

10

(48%)

12

(52%)

13

(62%)

No of LAC 7

(19%)

5

(15%)

5

(13%)

2

(4%)

5

(12%)

2

(4%)

3

(14%)

1

(4%)

2

(10%)

Total Number on roll 36 33 40 45 42 45 21 23 21

Pupil Premium Expenditure

We have used this funding, together with additional funds to deliver a wide range of interventions that have proved to be effective in improving engagement, attendance and raising achievement. These interventions are tailored to meet individual student needs to maximise engagement and progress. The progress of these students is monitored closely and the effectiveness of the interventions evaluated.

There are a range of interventions offered which include:

Interventions to Support Engagement and Attendance

  • Breakfast Club
  • Rewards to promote good attendance
  • PACE :Engagement and Monitoring Programme

Interventions to Remove Barriers and Support Parental Engagement

  • School Home Support worker to promote effective partnership working

Interventions to Support Pupil Progress and Academic Achievement

  • Targeted literacy and numeracy support
  • Strategies to promote Reading including Reading Rewards
  • Additional Study Support for students at KS4 in Year 11
  • Personalisation of the curriculum to broaden the offer available including a range of vocational activities to support the engagement of the most disaffected and hard to reach students



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