Nature of Support

The Nature of support offered through the school’s use of the Pupil Premium includes:

Type of provision Definition Incurred Costs (Example)
Actions focused on learning in the curriculum Affecting directly performance in the class

  • 1-1 tuition
  • Small group teaching
  • Additional in-class support
  • Homework clubs
  • Reduced class sizes
  • Teaching assistants
  • Peer tutoring/peer assisted learning Materials and equipment
  • Reading recovery
  • Support EAL
  • Curriculum linked trips/visits/visitors subsidies *Theatre companies
  • Residential visits subsidies
Costs incurred in delivery of provision

  • staff time
  • staff development
  • additional books
  • special equipment
  • assessment materials
  • premises
  • services from external providers
  • subsidy for actions taken
Actions focused on social, emotional and behavioural issues Addressing barriers to learning

  • Educational Psychology
  • 1-1 counselling – MIND/Harbour Nurture groups
  • Health info and advice from CAMHS Behaviour support programme
  • The Bungalow Project
  • Lunchtime sports provision
Costs incurred in delivery of provision

  • staff time
  • staff development
  • additional books
  • special equipment
  • assessment materials
  • premises
  • services from external providers
Actions focused on enrichment beyond the curriculum Extending learning beyond curriculum

  • Breakfast clubs
  • Creative play
  • Sports/arts / other leisure activities After school and holiday clubs
  • Trips not linked to curriculum
  • subsidy for actions taken
Actions focused on families and communities Supporting parents

  • Family learning
  • Parenting classes
  • Family support workers
  • Parent support adviser
  • External provider- cost to the school
  • Internal provider- cost to the school
  • staff time
  • staff development
  • additional books
  • special equipment
  • assessment materials
  • premises
Alternative learning pathways and curricula Secondary school alternative position N/A