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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Statement 2016-17

Cohort PP Non PP Males Females Total PP %
Y7 112 152 156 108 264 42
Y8 131 146 166 111 277 47
Y9 121 153 148 126 274 44
Y10 125 145 144 126 270 46
Y11 104 148 129 123 252 41

Given the high percentage of students who need to be supported and monitored, clearly the strategies themselves have to be equally extensive. Holly Lodge believes it is important not just to see these students as numbers but to understand their very disparate needs, some of which may seem so basic out of this areas context. Due to the complex need of these students, the school has identified and has in place a variety of interventions, experiences, and support.

The priority for Pupil Premium spending is to narrow the attainment gap between eligible students and their peers and also to support and remove any barriers which may impact on their learning. These include achievement and attainment, behavioural issues, attendance and punctuality and social and community issues.

The school is advanced in its ability to monitor and track progress of groups of students, tracking and reviewing progress of all every half term. Students identified will as a result have regular progress checks and intervention as part of the monitoring and review process, with adjustments to the focus of each intervention made according to findings.[read more]

Pupil Premium Impact Statement 2015 - 2016
Pupil Premium Statement 2015 - 2016.pdf
Pupil Premium Statement 2014- 2015.pdf