Statutory

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement

Key Aims: At Leasowes High School we aim to allow all students the opportunity to have access to correct support, guidance and curriculum in order to narrow the disadvantage gap and increase achievement.

Disadvantaged Committee

Mrs N Wills (Assistant Headteacher), Ms J Atherton (Assistant Headteacher), Ms D Stevens (Maths Mentor) and Mr H Smith (Associated Senior Leader). The Government has allocated a specific pupil premium grant to every school. In 2017/18 Leasowes received a grant of £275,850. In 2018/19 the school will receive a total of £258,155. Deprivation Pupil Premium is an amount of £935 per pupil premium student. Funding has been allocated for 282 students across all year groups for 2018/19. Detail of the impact of this spending can be found on the below Pupil Premium Strategy Statement.

This funding is in addition to our main school budget and is allocated within objectives as below:

  • To support disadvantaged students with curriculum enrichment activities.
  • To support disadvantaged students with improved levels of well being, attendance and behaviour.
  • To support disadvantaged students with alternative education opportunities.
  • To support disadvantaged students in their curriculum through teaching and learning.

Below are examples of some of the projects that have been undertaken.
More details can be found below Pupil Premium Strategy Statement.

  • Maths Mentor and year 11 small group intervention.
  • Saturday and holiday revision sessions .
  • Maths Enhancement programme.
  • Students tested on induction with PTM and PTE.
  • Yr 7 Intervention group.
  • Form Group Numeracy Programme.
  • All year 7 – 9 to be tested on CATS and reading.
  • Accelerated Reading Programme.
  • MathsWatch and Doddle Learn.
  • Structured numeracy sessions during form time.
  • Staff CPD.
  • Pastoral Support Managers and an attendance officer.
  • Greenhill Alternative Learning Campus.
  • Counselling, anti-bullying programmes, RASP, individual pastoral interventions, careers guidance and student leadership opportunities.
  • Staffed homework clubs.
  • Students will be given access to tablets in subject areas.
  • Opportunities for university trips.
  • Leasowes Parent Forum.
  • Parental sessions after school.
  • Disadvantaged committee.
  • Collaboration with partner schools with regard to best practice.

All support and interventions received by students are on a needs led basis. Comprehensive records are kept to show more details of each of the interventions that take place.

Please click here for our Pupil Premium Strategy Statement.