Pupil Premium Grant

Bentley Wood High School

Pupil Premium & Recovery Grant

From September 2012, schools are required to report on how their Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) has 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.

 

Overview of budget 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21*
 Total on Roll 1201 1237 1286
 Total PP Roll 369 349 326
Amount per pupil 935 935 935
Total received 344,997 326,140 304,810
Revision classes for PP and LAC students 52,596 40,235 33,748
Counsellors 6,554 8,500 6,850
Pupil Inclusion 22,745 17,905 16,132
1 to 1 17,904 18,152 20,619
Co Teaching 58,862 63,024 67,436
Support for vunerable students 34,996 30,788 34,185
Breakfast Club 7,242 6,411 7,684
Academic tutoring 10,923 8,013 4,180
Trips and other resources 10,880 3,133 605

 

Specialist staffing 2018/19 2019/20 2020-21*
Achievement Leaders 96,193 97,313 73,735
Educational Psychologist 11,691 9,143 9,500
Home Tuition 1,485 9,900 0
Careers Advisor 20% 7,980 5,552 6,536
Attendance Officer 20% 4,327 3,660
Art Display Assistant
Library Additional Staffing
MASH / Future in Mind 4,946 3,744 2,783
Sub-total 122,295 129,979 96,214


Due to the impact of CV-19 student achievement information is taken from academic year 2018-19

 

Current attainment 2019 Year 11 cohort
Students eligible for PP
(your school)
Students not eligible for PP
(national average) 2018-1
Attainment 8 50.6 46.4
Progress 8 0.7 -0.02
% achieving 5+ in English / Maths 33.8 43.9
% EBACC 5+ 28.6 21.1
EBACC entries 93.5 38.4

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 strategy