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Pupil Premium Statement 2017/18

 

Background to Pupil Premium

 

Pupil Premium has been introduced by the government in order to give all children the opportunity to succeed in education. This has been done in the form of a grant which has been given to schools for children eligible for Free School Meals and those children who

  • Has been looked after for 1 day or more

  • Has been adopted from care

  • Has left care under a special guardianship order, a residence order or a child arrangements order

A premium has also been introduced for children whose parents serve in the armed forces.

 

Barriers to educational achievement

 

The pupils who attend Fortuna school have previously had negative experiences of education and are therefore switched off to learning. They have low self esteem and self- worth, not seeing themselves as learners. Our children need a lot of support to develop their social and emotional skills which allow them to access the learning environment and curriculum.

 

2017/18

 

At Fortuna School the Pupil Premium for the 2017/18 financial year is £32,300 for LAC children, £ 29,900 for FSM children and £300 for Forces children. This academic year the money is being used to support pupils through

 

  • Staff training to develop staff knowledge and understanding of the importance of theraputic play when working with vunerable children

  • 8 individual pupils to receive play therapy

  • Play resources appropriate to individual pupils stage of play development and interests to enhance their theraputic intervention through play

  • Theraputic story telling

  • Educational visits to enhance the curriculum

  • Fruit and vegetables to enhance the pupils healthy diet and lifestyle

  • Transport costs to enable pupils to attend After School Clubs, enhancing they’re social developemnt and experiences through additional activities

 

When the results of assessments are received during the summer term we will be able to evaluate the impact of these measures.

 

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received 2017-18.

Total number of pupils on role 72
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 41
Amount of PPG received £62,500
 

The pupil premium funding received by Fortuna School in 2017-18 has been allocated in the following ways.

Amount Purpose Impact

£1701.00

Staff training – play therapy

 

£28,000.00

Individual play therapy

 

£462.00

Attendance/input from Play therapist to

Looked After Reviews

 

£2440.00

Theraputic story telling

 

£1353.00

Support group for parents/carers “caring for complex needs”

 

£4,000.00

Educational visits

 

£10,000

Transport costs to enhance and enrich pupils

experiences through after school club

 

£6,000

Fresh Fruit and Vegetables to enable our pupils to have a

healthy and varied diet

 

£4144.28

To provide pupils with breakfast on a daily basis

to enable them to start the day in a positive manner

 

£2,000

Behaviour and Nurture consultant to provide training for new staff

 

£2,399.72

To support pupils learning and play through appropriate resources

 

 

Date of Pupil Premium strategy review: 6th March  

 

Pupil Premium Statement 217/18

Sports Funding 2017/18

 

Vision
For all of the pupils to leave Fortuna physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle

Key Aims

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles.

  2. To give pupils a broader experience of a range of sports and activities

  3. To make sport an enjoyable positive experience

  4. To promote health life style options

Activitity/Purchase Cost Impact
All pupils in the school participate in a term of swimming 

£1356.08

All pupils participated at end of term all children could swim at least 5 meters
Swimming badges and certificates  £102.98 Pupils achievements were acknowledge in swimming and presented in assembly.
Aim - 100%  year 6 pupils, who have attended Fortuna for 2 years can swim 25 meters confidently
All pupils to take part in specialist sports coaching programme

£350.00

All pupils took part in a weekly sports activity programme tailored to meet the needs of the pupils 
Year 6 PGL trip  £1500.00  
Year 6 Swimming trip  £100.00  

Synergy sports coaching to provide balance bike programme for keystage 1 classes

To Be Confirmed For keystage 1 pupils to participate and complete a balance bike course, developing confidence and spatial awareness. 
Bike-ability To Be Confirmed Year 6 pupils  to pass the Bike Wise Proficiency Test resulting in the pupils participating in bike rides to local park in After School Clubs. 
For pupils to participate in healthy living lessons provided by a specialist schools programme  To Be Confirmed For pupils to be actively seeking a healthier lifestyle 
To widen the pupils sporting activity experiences buy providing the opportunity for specialist coaches in school  To Be Confirmed

For all pupils to participate in specialist sports programmes

Total Remaining Funding 

Total Expenditure

Remaining

£7995.78

£3409.06

£4586.72

 
 

 

To be reviewed March 2018

Pupil Premium Statement 2016/17

 

Background to Pupil Premium

 

Pupil Premium has been introduced by the government in order to give all children the opportunity to succeed in education. This has been done in the form of a grant which has been given to schools for children eligible for Free School Meals and those who have been in Local Authority Care for more than 6 months.

 

A premium has also been introduced for children whose parents serve in the armed forces.

 

 

Fortuna School the Pupil Premium for the 2016/17

At Fortuna School the Pupil Premium for the 2016/17 financial year is £39,900 for LAC children and £22,440 for FSM children and £600 for Forces children. This academic year the money is being spent on

 

  • Staff training to develop staff knowledge and understanding of the importance of theraputic play when working with vunerable children

  • 8 individual pupils to receive play therapy

  • Play resources appropriate to individual pupils stage of play development and interests to enhance their theraputic intervention through play

  • Theraputic story telling

  • Educational visits to enhance the curriculum

When the results of assessments are received during the summer term we will be able to evaluate the impact of these measures.

 

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received 2016-17

Total number of pupils on role 67
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 40
Amount of PPG received £62940

 

 

The pupil premium funding received by Fortuna School in 2016 -17 has been allocated in the following ways:

Amount

Purpose Impact
£1701 Staff training - play therapy

Staff attended 3 training sessions “how to implement and facilitate positive play in the classroom for vunerable children”

£28,000

Individual play therapy

12 pupils have accessed play therapy sessions

£462

Attendance/input from Play therapist to Looked After Reviews

Play therapist attended LAC reviews and compiled reports

£2440

Theraputic story telling

All pupils accessed theraputic story sessions in class – linked to play targets

£616

Individual consultations for parents/carers of children receiving play therapy

Parents/carers attended individual sessions to enable them to facilitate positive play at home

£1353

Support group for parents/carers “caring for complex needs”

5 carers attended the session – feedback positive and more sessions planned for next year

£2000

Educational visits

All pupils have attend and participated in educational visits to enhance writing/topic work – 71% achieved targets

£156

 

Educational resources to support play developemnt

Key resources purchased to support specific pupils play targets linked to Boxall profiles

£15145

Transport costs to enhance and enrich pupils

experiences through after school club

LAC pupils have accessed after school clubs

£11,067.00

 Behaviour and Nurture training training for all staff including resources

All staff attended Nurture and Behaviour training provided by behaviour specialist consultant – including new staff

 

 

Sports Funding 2016/17

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