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Conway trip
- ensuring at-
tainment
KS4 attainment and
progress focus
£17,500
Conway Trip 1 October Maths - Funding for Year 11 pupils in re-
ceipt of FSM to attend 2 x 3 day study residential (maths) to sup-
port their progress and attainment in those subjects.
Conway trip
- ensuring at-
tainment
KS4 attainment and
progress focus
£18,500
Conway Trip 2 Feb Eng + Maths - Funding for Year 11 pupils in re-
ceipt of FSM to attend a3 day study residential (English and
maths) to support their progress and attainment in those sub-
jects.
Social
inclusion
Extended school
time to support low
income families
£2,500
Breakfast club / LRC Before School Provision to ensure that all
disadvantaged pupils can access a healthy breakfast to support
their attention, concentration and learning throughout the day.
Provision also supports low-income parents who could not other-
wise afford before school care for younger pupils.
LINKS Part-
nership
Access to sporting
and outdoor learning
opportunities
£5,700
Extra-curricular activities subsidised for disadvantaged pupils en-
abling them to access high quality sporting and performance arts
activities. Encourages engagement in schools, healthy activities
and developing relationships with others. Also includes provision
of equipment for Duke of Edinburgh and outward bound activi-
ties, which may otherwise be cost-prohibitive to disadvantaged
pupils.
Subsidised
transport
Access to sporting
and outdoor learning
opportunities
£6,500
1 Minibus Lease Costs- subsidised transport costs, enabling disad-
vantaged pupils to access all activities.
1:1 Tutoring
in maths
Progress and
attainment
£1,000
Action Tutoring – 1:1 tutoring for disadvantaged Y11 pupils in
maths from Sheffield University undergraduates. Cost of pro-
gramme administration is met by school, tutoring is therefore
free at the point of access.
Biometrics
system
Uptake of FSM
£1,457
Biometrics system upkeep – deployment of this technology re-
moves the stigma of pupils receiving FSM and encourages both
sign-up for FSM and uptake of the meals themselves.
Pupil voice
Pupil surveys
measured against
‘national surveys’
£500
ASDTi Subs Student Voice capturing pupils’ perceptions of their
learning, support given and general school experiences. This in-
forms deployment of resources and action planning to ensure
that needs are being met.
Hardship
fund
Reducing stigma of
deprivation
£3,000
Uniform, food and ancillaries hardship fund to ensure that depri-
vation is not a barrier to education and that no pupil is stigma-
tised through not being able to afford uniform or equipment. Ex-
treme hardship is also catered for when identified e.g. lack of
electricity or gas credit, food parcels.
Bespoke
tuition / self-
supported
study
Attainment and
progress
£1,500
GCSE Pod provides bespoke revision for Key Stage 4 pupils, who
can access at home or in school. Devices are supplied for disad-
vantaged pupils who would not otherwise be able to benefit
from this programme.
Bespoke tui-
tion / self-
supported
study
Attainment and
progress
£Paid for
Show My Homework supports pupils in tracking and completing
their homework. Devices are supplied for disadvantaged pupils
who would not otherwise be able to benefit from this pro-
gramme.
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