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Pupil Premium

Our aim is to maintain smaller class sizes to target teaching and further accelerate progress. Evidence of this is shown in the ‘Schools Financial Benchmarking’.

The 2017-18 Pupil Premium allocation is £136,159.

September 2017

  • Additional teachers to ensure small class sizes - £68,580
  • A full dedicated learning support team to support young people to acheve their potential. The support is targeted based on data analysis from subjects and the pastoral Behaviour for Learing team.
  • Inclusion Manager - £17,436
  • Behaviour for Learning Mentors - £64,975
  • Attendance & Welfare Co-ordinator - £18,958
  • Nurture Co-ordinator - £19,450


We aim to improve outcomes for students and their families by:

  • Implementing projects with outside agencies
  • Targeting early intervention with families
  • Sign posting key services to families
  • Breaking down barriers to learning
  • Targeted group work
  • Targeting and improving attendance
  • Providing STEPS training for parents
  • Providing holiday activities to support both students and parents

 

Intended impact:

For those identified students in receipt of pupil premium to have made at least three levels progress and at least in line with non-pupil premium students.

Behaviour for Learning Mentors, Attendance and Welfare Officer, and Inclusion Manger will raise self-esteem, improve self-management strategies for a targeted group of students and improved attendance to aspire to surpass the 95% national target.

Additional resources have been allocated to facilitate educational visits and study sessions for all our students.

The impact will be measured through half-termly Quality Assurance procedures, and the Annual Pupil Premium Impact Review.

 

The 2016-17 Pupil Premium allocation is £231,462 including £10,161 Year 7 Catch Up Premium.

September 2016

  • Additional teachers to ensure small class sizes - £107,709
  • A full dedicated learning support team to support young people to acheve their potential. The support is targeted based on data analysis from subjects and the pastoral Behaviour for Learing team.
  • Inclusion Manager - £29,935
  • Behaviour for Learning Mentors - £111,150
  • Attendance & Welfare Co-ordinator - £31,967
  • Nurture Co-ordinator - £33,057

We aim to improve outcomes for students and their families by:

  • Implementing projects with outside agencies
  • Targeting early intervention with families
  • Sign posting key services to families
  • Breaking down barriers to learning
  • Targeted group work
  • Targeting and improving attendance
  • Providing STEPS training for parents
  • Providing holiday activities to support both students and parents

Intended impact:

For those identified students in receipt of pupil premium to have made at least three levels progress and at least in line with non-pupil premium students.

Behaviour for Learning Mentors, Attendance and Welfare Officer, and Inclusion Manger will raise self-esteem, improve self-management strategies for a targeted group of students and improved attendance to aspire to surpass the 95% national target.

Additional resources have been allocated to facilitate educational visits and study sessions for all our students.

The impact will be measured through half-termly Quality Assurance procedures, and the Annual Pupil Premium Impact Review.


 

The 2015-16 Pupil Premium allocation was £230,739 including £9K Y7 catchup premium.

 

 Pupil Premium

Impact of Pupil Premium Spending 2015-16

 

September 2015

  • Additional teachers to ensure small class sizes £97.779
  • A full dedicated learning support team to support young people to achieve their potential. The support is targeted based on data analysis from subjects and the pastoral behaviour for learning team:
  • Inclusion Manager - £16,643
  • Behaviour for Learning Mentors x 4 - £107,031
  • Attendance and Welfare Co-ordinator - £31,238
  • Community Worker - £5,122
  • Nurture Co-ordinator - £32,370
  • We aim to improve outcomes for students and their families by:
  • Implementing projects with outside agencies
  • Targeting early intervention with families
  • Sign posting key services to families
  • Breaking down barriers to learning
  • Targeted group work
  • Targeting and improving attendance
  • Providing STEPS training for parents
  • Providing holiday activities to support both students and parents

 

Intended impact:

For those identified students in receipt of pupil premium to have made at least three levels progress and at least in line with non-pupil premium students.

Behaviour for Learning Mentors, Attendance and Welfare Officer, and Inclusion Manger will raise self-esteem, improve self-management strategies for a targeted group of students and improved attendance to aspire to surpass the 95% national target.

Additional resources have been allocated to facilitate educational visits and study sessions for all our students.

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Netherhall High School
Netherhall Avenue,
Huddersfield,
HD5 9PG

Tel: 01484 382140 
Email info@nlconline.org.uk

Named contact for queries: Joanne Ainley ainleyj@nlconline.org.uk

NLC's Complaints Policy can be found here.

About the NLC

NLC consists of four schools, covering a full range of ability from 3 - 19 years. Each school has its own distinctive ethos and identity but all share the common goal of catering to the specific needs of each student.