Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium at Dover Grammar School for Boys

 

1. What is the Pupil Premium?

The Pupil Premium is a grant allocated by the Government to support disadvantaged students to achieve their potential and close the significant outcomes gap nationally, between these students and their peers.

Disadvantaged students, for the purposes of this grant, are defined as being those who are eligible for Free School Meals (FSM), either currently or in the previous 6 years, those who come from Service families or those who are designated as Children Looked After (CLAs). 

Although the Pupil Premium Grant is not ring-fenced, and the school can spend the grant in any way it sees fit, we have to be able to demonstrate that the specific needs of the students on whose needs the funding formulae is based, are addressed and how this funding is being used to close the gap in outcomes.

 

2. Pupil Premium Funding

For 2016/17,

Pupil Premium Grant allocation was £935 per pupil, and the funding formula based on any child on roll who has been in receipt of Free School Meals in the last 6 years.

Dover Grammar School for Boys received £91840 based on the formula below:

Pupil Premium children                      84 @   £935 (‘ever’ FSM)                      £78540

Post LAC                                            4 @ £1900                                        £  7600

Service children                                  19 @   £300                                          £  5700

Total                                                                                                         £ 91840

 

For 2017/18,

Pupil Premium Grant allocation is £935 per pupil, and the funding formula based on any child on roll who has been in receipt of Free School Meals in the last 6 years.

Dover Grammar School for Boys received £93680 based on the formula below:

Pupil Premium children                       88 @  £935 (‘ever’ FSM)                      £82280

Post LAC                                              3 @  £1900                                          £  5700

Service children                                  19 @   £300                                            £ 5700

Total                                                                                                               £ 93680

 

3. Use of the Pupil Premium to support progress in 2016-17

View the file at the footer of this page to see how our Pupil Premium was allocated in 2016-17.

 

4. 2016-17 Impact Assessment

View the file at the footer of this page to see how our impact assessment compares new Progress 8 and Attainment 8 data for disadvantaged students against national non-disadvantaged students.

 

5. Planned Use of the Pupil premium to support progress in 2017-18

Maintenance of the existing programme from 2016-17 with increased costs incorporated and continued improvements to provision via:

Category

     Planned Expenditure (% of PP)

OUTCOMES:

£42680 (45%)

WELFARE:

£39000 (42%)

LEADERSHIP:

£12000 (13%)

Total:

£93680 (100%)

 

 

 

 

Documents

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Pupil Premium 2016 17.doc 16th Apr 2018 Download

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