Pupil Premium / PE Grants / Year7 Catch-up

North Ridge Community School - Pupil Premium / PE Grants / Year7 Catch-up

Premium Funding

Pupil Premium is an additional funding grant given to schools so that we can raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities, to allow them to reach their potential.

The funding per-pupil rate for 2020 to 2021 is as follows:

Disadvantaged pupils 

Pupil premium per pupil 

Pupils in year groups reception to year 6 recorded as Ever 6 free school meals (FSM)

£1,345

Pupils in years 7 to 11 recorded as Ever 6 FSM

£955

Looked-after children (LAC) defined in the Children Act 1989 as one who is in the care of, or provided with accommodation by, an English local authority

£2345

Children who have ceased to be looked after by a local authority in England and Wales because of adoption, a special guardianship order, or child arrangements order (previously known as a residence order)

£2345

Service children 

Service premium per pupil 

Pupils in year groups reception to year 11 recorded as Ever 6 service child or in receipt of a child pension from the Ministry of Defence

£310

The NRCS Pupil Premium Strategy Plan 2020-21 are currently under review.

Pupil Premium Strategy Plan 2020-21

Year 7 Catch-up Grant

100% of students in this year’s Year 7 intake did not achieve Level 4 at the end of Key Stage 2 in Reading/Literacy and/or Maths. The Department for Education (DfE) provides us with an additional £500 for each student to provide them with extra support to ‘catch up’.

  • We expect schools to use the funding to provide additional teaching support to pupils who have not reached level 4 in Reading/Literacy and/or Maths at the end of Year 6
  • Funding is £500 per pupil who have not reached Level 4 in either area

Using the Funding

  • Schools should assess the needs of individual pupils to decide the best way to use the funding
  • Schools should select programmes and approaches for which there is the good evidence of effectiveness in improving outcomes

 Effective use of funding to support catch-up may include:

  • Individual tuition in addition to classroom teaching. Schools should take care to minimise risks from pupils missing out on mainstream lessons
  • Intensive small-group tuition, perhaps supported by new classroom materials and resources. This could take place at lunchtimes or after school
  • Purchasing external services and materials to add to those provided by the school, for example tutor services or proven computer-based learning or online support

Outline of Y7 Catch up allocation 19-20

Please click here to see our Y7 Literacy Catch Up Funding 2016-17

Please click here to see our Y7 Numeracy Catch Up Funding 2016-17

Please click here to see our Y7 Literacy Catch Up Funding 2017-18

Please click here to see our Y7 Numeracy Catch Up Funding 2017-18

Primary PE & Sports Grant

About the Premium 

The Department for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport announced in 2013 that new funding would be made available to support the provision of P.E and sport in state maintained schools. 

The grant will improve the provision and outcomes of P.E and sport for KS1 & 2 students to enable them to develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle, whilst having fun. Through participation in sport and physical education our younger students will learn the importance of key values such as: Honesty, Teamwork, Fair play and Respect for themselves and others. 

North Ridge School P.E & Sport Provision 

North Ridge Community School provides physical education both inside and outside of the school which helps students to learn and develop important life skills. 

We support and encourage students through curriculum based subjects and an enrichment programme which allows them to make healthy lifestyle choices. 

Students are involved in a variety of activities that encourage life-long participation in physical activity and these include: 

  • A soft play area to improve the development and coordination of EYFS and students who have limited mobility  
  • An outside Gym and specialised activity area on both Primary & Secondary playgrounds 
  • Swimming 
  • Street Dance 
  • Cheerleading 
  • Cycling 
  • A  new fitness suite 
  • Sports Day & Disport 
  • Healthy cooking & eating 

North Ridge Community School believe that Physical Education is an essential part of all pupils’ and students’ educational development. We support the government’s initiative for all children to enjoy being active. Through PE including sport and dance, our pupils and students learn to develop the important qualities of communication, positive attitude, motivation, building self-esteem and resilience. We aim to provide high quality teaching in PE and provide a wide variety of opportunities for children that encourage and inspire every individual child regardless of their ability and starting point. 

Please click here for the Primary PE Sports Premium 2019-20

Please click here for the Primary PE Sports Premium 2018-2019

Please click here for the Primary PE and Sport Premium 2017-18

Please click here for the Primary PE and Sport Premium 2016-17

The EFA 16-19 Bursary Grant 

The 16-19 Bursary Fund helps 16 to 19-year-olds continue in education, where they might otherwise struggle for financial reasons. It is made up of two parts – bursaries of £1200 a year to the most vulnerable young people and a discretionary fund for schools, colleges, academies, training providers and local authorities (providers) to distribute as they feel is necessary where a pupil is eligible. 

Priority Award 

Young people in the defined vulnerable groups will receive bursaries of £1200 a year (awarded in three equal payments, each term). Pupils in the priority group fall in to one of the following: 

  • children in care 
  • care leavers 
  • those pupils receiving income support 
  • those pupils in receipt of both Employment Support Allowance (ESA) and Disability Living Allowance (DLA)

Discretionary Award 

A discretionary award may be granted because of a low household income (currently £20,000 or below, unless there are exceptional circumstances).  Discretionary payments are awarded to cover expenses relating to:- 

  • Uniform 
  • School trips – predominantly residentials 

The Priority award is funded each year once the initial claim has been submitted and eligibility has been confirmed (an eligibility check is performed automatically each year). Pupils must submit a new claim for each discretionary award.

Further info: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/16-to-19-education-financial-support-for-students 

 

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