The Pupil Premium is targeted to support children who are currently known to be eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) or have been in receipt during the last 6 years, children who have been looked after continuously for a period of 6 months and children whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces. 60% of students who attend Smith’s Wood Sports College are eligible and are therefore entitled to benefit from its receipt.
Principles of the Pupil Premium Offer:
1. Transparent identification of individual needs.
2. Equality of access and provision appropriate to the needs of the individual child.
3. Accuracy of provision mapping- looking at a child holistically ensuring appropriate pastoral and curriculum provision.
4. Maximising potential.
5. High quality provision measured through impact and evaluation of pupil progress against identified need.
6. Preparing for the future, raising aspiration, increasing life chances.
7. Work within an ethical and moral framework.
8. Supporting emotional needs (SMSC) and development of key skills (RWCM).
To ensure, through tailored provision, that students in its receipt will be given every opportunity to develop into responsible, self – motivated, life – long learners and respected ambassadors of our community.
Pupil Premium Funding and Allocation
Strategic spending of the Pupil Premium grant ensures that pupils receive support and intervention tailored to their needs. Pupils eligible for Pupil Premium support are clearly identified across all year groups.
Read more on the Year 11 Pupil Premium Performance Analysis 2015-2016 here
Read more on the Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-2017 at Smith’s Wood Sport College here
Read more on the Pupil Premium Spending 2016-2017 at Smith’s Wood Sport College here
Read more on the Pupil Premium Spending 2015-2016 at Smith’s Wood Sport College here