Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Spending Report for Academic Year 2018-19

School Name:


Academic Year:


Total Pupil Premium Budget


Number on Roll:


Number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium


Date of Review :

Autumn 2018

Date of next scheduled review

Summer 2019





Intended Success


Snowdon Visit

Provide outdoor adventure

learning experiences that pupils have not had. To develop a resilience and independence.

Pupils have a greater sense of

adventure and appreciation of outdoors living. Improved coping strategies for independent living and working as a team to complete a challenge.


Mathletics /My Maths

Further numeracy support for

pupils through on-line maths programmes.

Pupils to make expected levels of

Glebe progress. Greater personalisation of maths ensures pupils enjoyment and engagement.


Wood Lodge

To aid the independent living skills

of the pupils.

Improved resilience and

independence as pupils stay away from home. Utilising learnt skills in an independent environment – preparing food, cooking.


Cross Curricular


A themed week that provides

pupils to learn in a variety of ways on topics of their interest.

Pupils able to make cross curricular

links and to work in a collaborative way. Greater sense of importance of teamwork and coming together.


Attachment Training

Training for staff to better

understand attachment behaviours.

Staff able to recognise early signs

of pupil distress and provide support as required.


Social Skills

Group/Peer Mentoring

To support vulnerable students by

equipping them with the skills to make and maintain positive peer and adult relationships.

Students to feel more comfortable,

confident and happy at both school and home.


Education City


Digital platform of curriculum

learning accessed for pupils struggling in lessons and to access from home.

Increased curiosity to learning and

independent learning through ICT. Pastoral Office set-up as an Alternative Learning Room.


Music & Art Therapy

To improve the emotional

wellbeing of targeted pupils.

Improved communication with

adults. Improved attitudes to schooling and learning evidenced through the MIME tracker.


ASD support for target

students and their families.

Individual plans approaches

established to support transition. Training for staff in meeting the needs of students.

Focus on new Year 7 to support

transition to Glebe. Attendance in this cohort the highest across the school.


Accelerated Reader

To raise the reading level of all

disadvantaged pupils in KS3.

Disadvantaged pupils, including boys, will read more and read books that are at age appropriate reading levels.


Forest School

Alternative timetabled activities

for complex needs pupils through outdoor learning.

Forest area regularly maintained

and looked after by the pupils.


Swimming Lessons

To improve participation in

healthy living

Closing the gap of our goal for all

pupils to enjoy exercise


Dame Kelly Holmes


Increase protective factors for

pupils facing lack of access community activities, future opportunities, low self-esteem.

Pupils have developed skills to

manage self and leading others. Have raised aspirations, increased confidence, self-esteem and resilience.



To train Glebe staff to required

level to be accredited counsellor. To provide bespoke counsellor for hearing impaired pupil/s.

Pupils are able to discuss and

explore their emotions and as a result are able to make necessary adjustments in order to fulfil their potential.


LAC position

Employ a staff responsible for the

personal, emotional and academic support of Looked After Children.

LAC pupils have improved

attendance, wellbeing, attitudes to learning and attainment.


iHeart learning

Introduce a programme to support

pupils’ mental health.

Pupils have a greater awareness of

mental health issues and as a result greater coping strategies and confidence in approaching staff

with issues. To see parity between

Girls and Boys attendance.


Downe Activity Centre

To continue our commitment in

providing activity camps and residential visits to support the personal development of the pupils.

Team-building and social skills

development. Increasing self- confidence. And independence skills.


Speech & Language


Targeted language support for

very low cognitive age leaners.

Improved vocabulary and able to

articulate emotions. Pupils understand week, month cycle.


Music Technician

Small group support for pupils

using a range of musical instruments.

Greater amount of pupils

appreciating music and learning to play an instrument.


Disadvantaged Trips

Variety of trips within the

academic year.

Exposure to cultural places and

appreciation of group social outings.


Teaching Assistants –

Pastoral Support

1 to 1 support for students in core

subjects in order to raise achievement. The support offers focus and resilience to succeed to the student.

Closing the gap in the core subjects for vulnerable students.


Breakfast Club and

Fruit each morning

Providing toast and cereal before

school and fruit during registration.

To provide a welcoming start to the

day and provide nutritional foods that to support wellbeing of pupils.


Providing school meals

Funding school’s catering to

provide a meal to those entitled to one.

Top up the shortfall in funding so a

meal is provided.


Norman Park Athletics

Athletic training programme for pupils.

Increased participation in exercise and healthy living activities. Increased levels of well-being.


Emotional Literacy

Support Training

To provide social emotional and

mental health support for pupils.

Identified pupils receive ELSA

sessions to help better regulate their emotions and behaviours.


Occupational Therapy

Bespoke intervention packages to

deliver interventions as outlined in EHCPs and to develop skills within school to integrate a supportive approach to students’ learning.

Using an outcome based approach

to recognise the impact of interventions in terms of impairment, activity, participation and well-being.


Speaking Up Group

To assist students in gaining

confidence to speak up about their

needs and wishes and to stand up for their rights within the community.

Improved self-esteem and

confidence within the community







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