Pupil Premium

Pupil premium is funding provided to schools by the Government to support pupils within the following categories:

  • Pupils who are currently registered for Free School Meals
  • Pupils who have been registered for Free School Meals at any point during the last six years
  • Pupils in the care of a Local Authority
  • Pupils who are adopted but have been looked after for one day or more or were adopted from care on or after 30 December 2005 and left care under:

a Special Guardianship Order on or after 30 December 2005

a Residence Order on or after 14 October 1991

  • Pupils whose parents are serving with the UK Armed Forces

The Hallpark Academy Pupil Premium Statement may be downloaded here

The Evaluation and Planning Statement may be downloaded here

The Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catch up Premium may be downloaded here

 

Pupil Premium used for:

Amount allocated to the intervention / action (£)

Is this a new or continued activity?

Key Stage(s)

Impact

1:1 Tuition – Maths and English

£25,000

(2014-2015)

 

£26,351.33 (2015-2016)

ongoing

3 / 4

For A*-C attainment at KS4, the gap has closed to 11% in English (2014: 27%) and 6% in Maths (2014: 25%). For 3 Levels of Progress in English the gap closed to 12% (2014: 23%) and in Maths to 8% (2014: 22%). For the 2 looked after students, they both achieved 5+A*-C including English and Maths. One made more than expected progress in both English and Maths and the other made 5 levels of progress in Maths and expected progress in English.

This provision has been reviewed and monitoring is in place to ensure 1:1 effectiveness.

Easter revision programme

£5,600.00

(2014-2015)

 

£5,914.01

(2015-2016)

ongoing

4

85% of Year 11 accessed revision sessions put on by staff for the majority of subjects during Easter 2015. Overall school achievement rose by 11% to 59% which is above the National Average for the first time in the school's history. The gap closed for 5+A*-C (including both English and Maths) to 12 % (2014: 26%) - contributing to the closing of the gap by a further 1% from Progress Check 4 to the results.

This programme has been reviewed and a programme is planned for Easter 2016.

Year 6 transition and Summer School

£4,200.00 (2014)

 

£2,250.00

(2015)

ongoing

2

From student voice feedback and parental review meetings, student transition was successful and effective. Additional baseline data is added to KS2 test data in order to give a clearer picture of starting points for pupils. Summer School funding was successfully applied for and places allocated. Student and parent feedback is overwhelmingly positive. All students are now attending regularly and performing well against targets.

In 2015-2016, the school is working even more closely with feeder primary schools to establish better curriculum links as well as to share student information and progress data.