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School medi-
cal practi-
tioner
Wellbeing
£17,000
Contribution towards salary of qualified medical practitioner who
support the medical and health needs of disadvantaged pupils includ-
ing provision of education about issues that can be disproportion-
ately present in disadvantaged communities such as smoking, sub-
stance abuse, teenage pregnancy and poor diet.
Mentoring
Accessing
curriculum,
preventing
‘disengage-
ment’ from
school in
most vulner-
able families
£88,308
Learning Mentors working with targeted pupils to ensure attendance
and engagement in learning is maintained throughout KS4. Providing
support for young carers or other vulnerable pupils including sign-
posting to MAST services and financial support. Acting as ‘key work-
ers’ 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
£21,257
EAL Support & Teaching - 20% proportion of cost of EAL support
within the academy to reflect additional in-class support given to Pu-
pil 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 ingredients
in order that disadvantaged pupils do not suffer stigma of being una-
ble to participate in practical lessons or do not feel financial pressure
of being asked to contribute.
N/A
Technology
contribution
Attainment
and progress
£2,000
Technology Contribution KS4 - Subsidy for materials and ingredients
in order that disadvantaged pupils do not suffer stigma of being una-
ble to participate in practical lessons or do not feel financial pressure
of being asked to contribute.
N/A
Reading mat-
ters
Literacy in-
tervention
£1,254
Provision of trained reading mentors for targeted groups of pupils
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 in-
tervention
£7,500
Purchase of stock for LRC to ensure that all pupils have access to ap-
propriate, relevant and challenging materials that engage them in
reading and which support literacy development throughout the
academy. Maintaining STAR Reading system / accelerated reading
programme.
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