Harris Academies
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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Review (2016/17) and Strategy 2017/18

Harris Academy Morden received approximately £264,200 for the 43.8% (271) of students who are classified as Ever 6 FSM.

In 2016/17 the Academy spent this additional money on the following strategies:

Resource

Intervention

Impact Analysis

Attendance Officer

Communicates with all external partners to ensure LAC and FSM students attend regularly.

Attendance improves for LAC and FSM students

Identifies and manages the attendance concerns list.

 

 

Attendance Bus

Where students fall below the accepted standard, the Attendance officer and PC will organise the Attendance bus for these students

Attendance improves for LAC and FSM students

Careers Advisory package

The Academy purchases a careers programme from the Federation to ensure good advice is given to our students. Those with FSM or LAC who may need additional information or advice to secure appropriate pathways for the future are given this information.

 

Destinations Data

 

EAL Intervention and Support

Our EAL specialist teacher supports a high number of students on FSM and LAC.

Progress Data

Speech and Language

Our S&L specialist teacher supports a high number of students on FSM and LAC.

S&L data

Year 11 Evening, Weekend and Holiday Support Programmes

Data is analysed weekly to identify students requiring additional intervention in even small groups. FSM and LAC students fill a high number of these required places.

Feed the students each night to ensure attendance.

Progress Data

Year 7-10 Evening and Weekend Support Programme

Data is analysed weekly to identify students requiring additional intervention in even small groups. FSM and LAC students fill a high number of these required places.

Progress Data

Alternative Provision Placements

Alternative pathways are purchased for students requiring specialist provision and curriculum resources to support their learning needs. This work with our partners prevents permanent exclusion and ensures the student continues with their education

Permanent Exclusion Data

Fresh Start Literacy Programme

Literacy Based Programme delivered by our new HLTA

Literacy levels improve and move toward expectations of age

Academy Wide  ' Read to Level 30' programme

New reading scheme deployed and delivered by English specialists

Reading levels improve and move toward expectations of age

Morning Numeracy Programme with a Senior TA

Numeracy sessions delivered by a Senior TA

Numeracy levels improve and move toward expectations of age

SRC Mentors

The SRC mentors work with students to refocus their behaviour.

SRC Referrals

SRC improvement programmes

The SRC purchase various intervention programmes throughout the year to build student self-esteem as well correct behaviour or learning progress issues.

SRC Referrals and gaps decrease

Faculty Leaders

Academy Faculty leaders are responsible for tracking all students and ensuring provision is accurate for their need. LAC and FSM is one of the target groups in each Faculty.

Gaps close

Peer Mentoring Programmes

Literacy, Mentoring, Prefects programmes and responsibilities

Participation of FSM and LAC students as mentees and mentors improves

Academy Uniform

Students can access a £50 uniform voucher to spend on uniform in the Academy uniform shop.

Number of LAC and FSM students accessing the grant.

Hardship Fund

This fund is used to support LAC and FSM students with any unforeseen financial issues to ensure their attendance at the Academy i.e. purchase new shoes, coats etc.

Attendance of LAC and FSM students remains high

Aspire Experience and Explore Weeks

All trips within the AEE week are paid for by the Academy to ensure full access to all events. The aim of AEE week is to broaden students experiences and raise aspirations

Number of trips LAC and FSM students are involved

Targeted Group work with specialist visitors

Bespoke sessions with experienced specialist to help develop knowledge or simply to expose students to alternative experiences.

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

Aim Higher

Student visits to Universities to increase the number considering this pathway

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

Harris Experience

Bespoke trips and events to challenge and extend G+T students.

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

MAP

Most Able Programme to ensure students are challenged and tracked

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

RAP

Raising attainment and progress club. Compulsory club for students not making appropriate rates of progress

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

Merton Sports Partnership

Sports Leadership courses to develop leadership skills

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

Merton Music Foundation

Selected Yr 7 students begin the 'Play an instrument' Programme

Number of LAC and FSM students involved

Duke of Edinburgh Award

Leadership course to develop leadership skills

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

Lesson taster sessions

Parents are invited in to be taught alongside their child.

Parents are encouraged to work with the Academy and help their child ‘love’ school.

Prize trips

All trips are paid for by the Academy to permit full access to all events

Number of trips LAC and FSM students are involved in

Prize fund

Students demonstrating exceptional work and commitment to their students or the Academy receive financial reward

Number of LAC and FSM students reaching the benchmarks and rewarded.

 

 

 

 

Outcomes for the Pupil Premium Strategy for 2016+17

Outcomes are outstanding for both Pupil Premium and Higher Pupil Premium students with results as follows:

Year Group 2016/17 Pupil Premium Outcomes

PP

H & PP

ALL

Yr 7

+1.10

+0.88

+1.21

Yr 8

+0.79

+0.33

+1.00

Yr 9

+0.63

+0.09

+0.74

Yr 10

+0.20

-0.38

+0.53

Yr 11 Achieved

+0.80

+1.21

+1.06

 

Summary

The Academy has been very successful in developing the outcomes for Pupil Premium Students and the above strategies are clearly delivering.

The progress and attainment of Pupil Premium across the Academic Year 2016/17 was Outstanding.

 

Pupil Premium Strategy for 2017/18

Harris Academy Morden is expecting to receive approximately £275,825 for this Academic year for the 295 PP students (43.4%)

The strategies we intend to employ are focused on the academic performance and the pastoral well-being of the child.

At the Academy, we have several barriers that must be overcome. Not all barriers are the same for each child but the barriers listed are the ones we feel many PP students face:

  1. Poor Primary Education standards in literacy , numeracy that hinder a child all-round education
  2. Attendance
  3. Poor attitude to school life and education
  4. Understanding what good learning routines are
  5. Lack of food
  6. Access to IT
  7. Aspiration
  8. A desire to do well (with family support) but a lack of knowledge in how to achieve success.

We have developed our PP strategy to overcome these barriers over time to ensure students can progress and be successful students. The outcomes data clearly demonstrate the strategies employed are effective.

In addition to the planned expenditure below, we feel the smaller classes in English and Maths in particular continue to be one of the best resources to improve performance overtime of all groups of students.

 

Resource

Intervention

Impact Analysis

Cost

Attendance Officer

Communicates with all external partners to ensure LAC and FSM students attend regularly.

Attendance improves for LAC and FSM students

£20,000

Identifies and manages the attendance concerns list.

 

 

Attendance Bus

Where students fall below the accepted standard, the Attendance officer and PC will organise the Attendance bus for these students

Attendance improves for LAC and FSM students

Careers Advisory package

The Academy purchases a careers programme from the Federation to ensure good advice is given to our students. Those with FSM or LAC who may need additional information or advice to secure appropriate pathways for the future are given this information.

 

 

Destinations Data

 

 

£4,000

EAL Intervention and Support

Our EAL specialist teacher supports a high number of students on FSM and LAC.

Progress Data

£30,000

Speech and Language

Our S&L specialist teacher supports a high number of students on FSM and LAC.

S&L data

£5,000

Year 11 Evening, Weekend and Holiday Support Programmes

Data is analysed weekly to identify students requiring additional intervention in even small groups. FSM and LAC students fill a high number of these required places.

Feed the students each night to ensure attendance.

Progress Data

£10,000

Year 7-10 Evening and Weekend Support Programme

Data is analysed weekly to identify students requiring additional intervention in even small groups. FSM and LAC students fill a high number of these required places.

Progress Data

£6,000

Alternative Provision Placements

Alternative pathways are purchased for students requiring specialist provision and curriculum resources to support their learning needs. This work with our partners prevents permanent exclusion and ensures the student continues with their education

Permanent Exclusion Data

£40,000

Lexia

Literacy Based Programme

Literacy levels improve and move toward expectations of age

£3000

Fresh Start Literacy Programme

Literacy Based Programme

Literacy levels improve and move toward expectations of age

£2,000

Academy Wide  ' Read to Level 30' programme

New reading scheme deployed and delivered by English specialists

Reading levels improve and move toward expectations of age

£2,000

Morning Numeracy Programme with a Senior TA

Numeracy sessions delivered by a Senior TA

Numeracy levels improve and move toward expectations of age

£2,000

SRC Mentors

The SRC mentors work with students to refocus their behaviour.

SRC Referrals

£33,000

SRC improvement programmes

The SRC purchase various intervention programmes throughout the year to build student self-esteem as well correct behaviour or learning progress issues.

SRC Referrals and gaps decrease

£10,000

Faculty Leaders

Academy Faculty leaders are responsible for tracking all students and ensuring provision is accurate for their need. LAC and FSM is one of the target groups in each Faculty.

Gaps close

£50,000

Peer Mentoring Programmes

Literacy, Mentoring, Prefects programmes and responsibilities

Participation of FSM and LAC students as mentees and mentors improves

£5,000

Academy Uniform

Students can access a £50 uniform voucher to spend on uniform in the Academy uniform shop.

Number of LAC and FSM students accessing the grant.

£17,360

Hardship Fund

This fund is used to support LAC and FSM students with any unforeseen financial issues to ensure their attendance at the Academy i.e. purchase new shoes, coats etc.

Attendance of LAC and FSM students remains high

£5,000

Aspire Experience and Explore Weeks

All trips within the AEE week are paid for by the Academy to ensure full access to all events. The aim of AEE week is to broaden students experiences and raise aspirations

Number of trips LAC and FSM students are involved

£5,000

Targeted Group work with specialist visitors

Bespoke sessions with experienced specialist to help develop knowledge or simply to expose students to alternative experiences.

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

£1,000

Aim Higher

Student visits to Universities to increase the number considering this pathway

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

£3,000

Harris Experience

Bespoke trips and events to challenge and extend G+T students.

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

£2,000

MAP

Most Able Programme to ensure students are challenged and tracked

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

£3,000

RAP

Raising attainment and progress club. Compulsoary club for students not making appropriate rates of progress

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

£5,000

Merton Sports Partnership

Sports Leadership courses to develop leadership skills

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

£2,000

Merton Music Foundation

Selected Yr 7 students begin the 'Play an instrument' Programme

Number of LAC and FSM students involved

£5,000

Duke of Edinburgh Award

Leadership course to develop leadership skills

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

£1,000

The Challenge

Leadership course to develop leadership skills

Number of LAC and FSM students are involved

£500

Lesson taster sessions

Parents are invited in to be taught alongside their child.

Parents are encouraged to work with the Academy and help their child ‘love’ school.

£200

Prize trips

All trips are paid for by the Academy to permit full access to all events

Number of trips LAC and FSM students are involved in

£1,000

Prize fund

Students demonstrating exceptional work and commitment to their students or the Academy receive financial reward

Number of LAC and FSM students reaching the benchmarks and rewarded.

£3,000

       
   

Total Costs

£276,060

   

Total Income

£275,825

       
   

Reserve / Overspend

-£235