Pupil Premium 2013-2014

 Woodfield Playground photo

Pupil Premium funding in 2013-2014 was targeted at specific groups of pupils in order to provide additional support and resources to narrow the attainment gap.

 

Pupil Premium Overview - Woodfield 2013-14

 

Number of Pupils on Role

134

Pupils eligible for Pupil Premium

56 (42%)

Amount per Pupil

£900

Allocation:

£50,400 (spending: £50,805)

At Woodfield Pupil Premium is dedicated to securing our learners' inclusion in and beyond our school, both now and in their future. All funds are dedicated to staffing intervention programmes, designed to overcome barriers to our students' reaching their academic, social and vocational potential.  Each year focus areas are chosen in response to pupil need.

For 2013-14 our focus areas are:


SEN - Developing Fine and Gross Motor Skills and life skills for our Autistic students.

Communication and Language - Key skills for Developing Literacy, Communication and Sound Production

Behaviour, Social and Emotional Support - Mentoring and Emotional and Social programmes.

Challenging the Gap in Key Stage 4 - Targeted support in English, Maths and Science.

 

 Pupil Premium spending chart

 

All intervention programmes are designed and overseen by specialist internal and external professionals and middle leaders. They are carried out by Specialist Teaching assistants, with regular oversight and support from therapists, Curriculum Leaders and the Senior Leadership Team.

Pupils' programmes will be shared with families and staff through a 'Learning Journey' document, to recognise their achievements and help them maintain their goals.


All Pupil Premium Funding  is allocated to staffing Intervention and Support for our Learners

The Pupil Premium Impact Statement for 2013-2014 is downloadable from the link below.

 
  1. Woodfield School Pupil Premium Impact Statement 2013-14