Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium 2016/2017

Numbers of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of students on roll (11-16): 241 Number of students eligible for PPG: 148 Funding received for 2016/2017: £151, 162

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Pupil Premium 2015/2016

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of students on roll (11-16): 230

Number of students eligible for PPG: 148

Funding received for 2015/2016: £141,722

Summary of PPG spending 2015/16

Background and Objectives
Pupil premium grant was introduced by the Department for Education (DfE) from April 2011. It is provided with the aim of addressing underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and those financially better off. It is for Wapping High School to decide how to use the money in order to raise the levels of attainment of disadvantaged pupils. Specifically the school aims to :

Ensure that all pupils from vulnerable groups have the opportunity to succeed through additional interventions
Provide targeted support to improve the attainment and life chances of disadvantaged pupils
Ensure the gap in attainment between Pupil Premium students (PP) and non-Pupil Premium students (non-PP) is reduced
The School aims are to ‘Raise Aspirations, Broaden Horizons and Improve Student Outcomes’.

Wapping High School puts these core values at the heart of all its work, including the allocation of the extra funding to ensure that disadvantaged students will benefit to achieve these aims.

Spending and actions being taken for 2015/16 academic year
Use of the pupil premium funds in 2015/16 include:

Improving Student Outcomes through reduced class sizes
Improving Student Outcomes through Raising Attainment Plans
Raising Aspirations through External Counselling
Broadening Horizons through Enrichments
Creative Writing
Broadening Horizons through finding and developing individual and unique talent and Interests

Impact to date
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