Pupil Premium

 

All children in Reception and Year 1 and 2 are automatically entitled to Free School Meals. Your Reception, Year 1 or Year 2 child may be entitled to Pupil Premium too, but they can benefit from this only if you have specifically registered their entitlement to Free School Meals. If you think your child may be entitled to benefit from Pupil Premium, please contact us to find out what steps you need to take.  Email office.2531@rose-hill.oxon.sch.uk or phone us on 01865 777937.

 

 

The school receives additional funding through the government’s pupil premium which is targeted at improving the achievement of pupils from less privileged backgrounds. The grant is based on the number of pupils in receipt of free school meals, (FSM), children who have had FSM in the last 6 year (Ever 6), pupils in local authority care, adopted or in guardianship orders with a friend or relative, and those whose parents are in the Armed Forces.

In 2015/16 the school received £183,320 of additional funding through pupil premium. This year we received £153,000. The money contributes towards raising aspiration, attainment and achievement by developing quality first teaching and engagement in learning. It also covers the cost of our Home School Link Workers who support families with issues at home, and contributes towards the cost of a programme of teaching-assistant-led interventions such as the Art Room. The Home School Link workers and Amber Zone Team also support children's social and emotional development through an integrated and targeted support programme to enable children to reach their full potential.

If you would like any additional information please contact the school to speak to our Deputy Headteacher, Mrs Fleur Belcher.

 

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2017-2018 

 

Pupil Premium Grant Report to Parents 2016-2017 

 

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2016-2017 review due September 2017 

 

Pupil Premium – Proposed Budget 2016-17

In 2016/2017, we received a guide of £153,000 in Pupil Premium income, reflecting the number of children in the qualifying groups (that have been registered for free school meals).

Pupil Premium Funding is used at Rose Hill to:

  • Support teaching and learning, in particular develop Quality First Teaching
  • Improve engagement in learning
  • Raise Attainment and Achievement
  • Support children’s social and emotional development
  • Provide targeted support
  • Broaden children’s experiences
  • Provide enriching learning opportunities
  • Raise aspirations
  • Support families to enable pupils to fulfil their potential

Below is a summary of the way we plan to use this funding to support pupils’ learning.  

Action

Target Group

Cost

Provide intensive support to families and pupils through the Home School Link Worker team (incl improving attendance)

KS1,KS2 families requiring further support

£30,558

 

To raise achievement by providing an Amber Zone Response team to manage children’s behaviour and engage them in their learning.

 

Children at risk of underachievement and children at risk of exclusion

 

£20,132

 

Training and Middle Leadership Team posts (through teaching and learning responsibilities TLRs) and provide release time for middle / core subject leaders to increase their effectiveness in raising achievement

 

Children entitled to pupil premium.

£10,750 (TLRs) £6860   (Cover)

Provide increased leadership and support to teachers to raise standards of Quality First Teaching through the Deputy Headteachers.

Children entitled to pupil premium.

£44,417

Outdoor Learning activities provided by expert leaders

Pupil premium children with identified need

£10,283

Initiatives to raise aspirations including ‘Into University’

More able PP children

£3,000

Targeted teaching assistant support for quality first teaching in lessons.

Pupil premium children with identified need

£27,000

Total

 

£153,000