Pupil Premium Grant

From September 2012, schools are required to report on how their Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) have been deployed. Schools are also asked to track and report on the impact that PPG have had on student attainment for Looked-After Children and students who are eligible for Free School Meals.

The data below provides the relevant information about our school roll and the use of funding received.

PP OVERVIEW and BUDGET AND DATA

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

   TOTAL ON ROLL

1,035

1,075

1,087

   TOTAL PP ON ROLL 

393

391

411

   AMOUNT PER PUPIL

900

935

935

   TOTAL RECIEVED

353,400

363,380

384,750

   REVISION CLASSES FOR PP AND LAC STUDENTS

8,600

20,207

9,390

   COUNSELLORS

26,000

13,655

7,300

   PUPIL INCLUSION

5,000

12,500

7,096

   1 TO 1

55,000

10,572

11,444

   CO TEACHING

90,000

84,000

64,231

   SUPPORT FOR VUNERABLE STUDENTS

12,896

15,097

32,196

   SUMMER SCHOOL

12,500

0

0

   BREAKFAST CLUB

10,211

4,445

4,000

   ACADEMIC TUTORING

11,000

8,694

11,000

   SPECIALIST STAFFING
( AHT I&I, Ed Psych, Parent  Ambassadors, Careers)

109,400

165,753

202,093

 

Results 2016: pupil premium students at Bentley Wood compared to pupil premium students nationally:

 

PP students at
Bentley Wood

PP students nationally

 Progress 8

0.63

-0.03

 Attainment 8

5.24

4.96

 Grade C or better in English and maths

64%

62.6%

 Achieving the English Baccalaureate

36%

24.5%

 Entering the English Baccalaureate

81%

39.6%

 Outcomes for students

At Bentley Wood we have implemented a range of strategies which support the students who qualify for pupil premium. Our goal is to narrow the gaps in achievement which may exist between those on Free School Meals, students who are looked after and those who are not.

Please download the pdf for the Bentley Wood High School Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure Report below

Bentley Wood High School Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure Report 2015-16 and Strategy for 2016-17