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and their peers / teachers and to engage them in learning. Par-
ticular focus on disadvantaged pupils who account for a dispro-
portionate amount of low level disruptive behaviour incidents,
impeding learning and progress.
Careers/
Sheffield
futures
Cultural gap
£36,345
Careers Coordinator / CEIAG provision through Sheffield Futures -
To support the social and cultural development of disadvantaged
pupils by providing bespoke CEIAG that expands their horizons in
terms of their future career opportunities and the steps that they
will need to take to access them.
Learning
support and
access to
curriculum
Emotional well-being £26,776
EWB Staff to provide support to most vulnerable pupils and to
provide a ‘key worker’ link between school, families and CAMHS /
MAST services both on-site and within NHS / local authority pro-
visions.
School
medical
practitioner
Wellbeing
£17,000
Contribution towards salary of qualified medical practitioner who
support the medical and health needs of disadvantaged pupils in-
cluding provision of education about issues that can be dispro-
portionately present in disadvantaged communities such as
smoking, substance abuse, teenage pregnancy and poor diet.
Mentoring
£134,327
E Joel
J Coldwell
K Kirby
I Martin
Accessing curricu-
lum, preventing
‘disengagement’
from school in most
vulnerable families
£134,327
Learning Mentors working with targeted pupils to ensure attend-
ance and engagement in learning is maintained throughout KS4.
Providing support for young carers or other vulnerable pupils in-
cluding signposting to MAST services and financial support. Act-
ing as ‘key workers’ to build link between parents and school and
supporting pupils in class and in 1:1 / small group learning.
Support for
EAL learners
Attainment and
progress
£18,632
EAL Support & Teaching - 20% proportion of cost of EAL support
within the academy to reflect additional in-class support given to
Pupil Premium pupils in KS4, with particular focus on core subject
areas.
Technology
contribution
Attainment and
progress
£3,000
Technology Contribution KS3 - Subsidy for materials and ingredi-
ents in order that disadvantaged pupils do not suffer stigma of
being unable to participate in practical lessons or do not feel fi-
nancial pressure of being asked to contribute.
Technology
contribution
Attainment and
progress
£2,000
Technology Contribution KS4 - Subsidy for materials and ingredi-
ents in order that disadvantaged pupils do not suffer stigma of
being unable to participate in practical lessons or do not feel fi-
nancial pressure of being asked to contribute.
Reading
matters
Literacy intervention £1,500
Provision of trained reading mentors for targeted groups of pu-
pils identified through STAR Reading as reading at a level which is
> 1 standard deviation from the norm in terms of their SRAS.
Reading and
access to
reading ma-
terials
Literacy intervention £7,500
Purchase of stock for LRC to ensure that all pupils have access to
appropriate, relevant and challenging materials that engage
them in reading and which support literacy development
throughout the academy. Maintaining STAR Reading system / ac-
celerated reading programme.
Reading and
access to
reading ma-
terials
Literacy intervention £2,000
Library Services Sheffield CC. Securing loans of stock for LRC to
ensure that all pupils have access to appropriate, relevant and
challenging materials that engage them in reading and which
support literacy development throughout the academy.
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