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20/06/18

Retweetd From Greenwich Netball

Our Year 7, 8, 9 and 10 ‘Manager’s Player of the Year’ and St Thomas More. Well done ladies on all your hard work and dedication to Netball this season. Keep up the great work 👏🏼🏆 https://t.co/XGz13szczX

20/06/18

Retweetd From Greenwich Netball

Year 8 Tournament Champions 2018 🏆👏🏼🥇 Well done girls 🙌🏼😊 https://t.co/qtbkenjB5Z

19/06/18

Retweetd From Harris Federation

New analysis by confirms the Harris Federation is among the top performing schools groups for the impact we have on the attainment of primary AND secondary pupils https://t.co/5xtBzGWKET https://t.co/UMrdGJzyRp

18/06/18

Retweetd From Greenwich Netball

Well done to all schools who took part in our Year 9 tournament this afternoon in the glorious sunshine 😎 Thanks to for hosting a great tournament 😊 Congratulations to our winners 👏🏼🥇 with finishing runners-up 🥈 Well done girls https://t.co/9OryoE6Hfy

15/06/18

Glad you’re in our team! X

15/06/18

Art Exhibition on Thursday. Look fab! https://t.co/NHfJzdPGM7

15/06/18

Goodbye Year 11. You’ve genuinely been ace. Thank you for your commitment and your respect for your teachers. See you on results day. Hello Year 10. You’re up. https://t.co/SZWghL8V3D

15/06/18

Retweetd From Harris Federation

Fantastic to hear that three sixth formers from enjoyed their time at - thank you https://t.co/02kOWMb2tL

15/06/18

You might be interested in how we’ve been slashing workload here over the last two years. Morale so high and this is a big part of it: https://t.co/VK54mErJWU

14/06/18

Retweetd From Benny Bonsu

When three of your Media Studies students from get the opportunity to go and work at w/ and he posts this picture . Thank you for giving my students the opportunity Sir Enninful https://t.co/MwG2ihplnx

13/06/18

Love that the exam hurly burly is over and we all had a pang of sadness that you were gone, but like Banquo’s ghost you’re BACK! Year 10, once more unto the breach! (Yes wrong play ;) Welcome back

13/06/18

We've never found any weapons or drugs during our random searches - the fact that we actually conduct these searches helps to keep it this way. https://t.co/KaN1q07TNM

13/06/18

From this week we are doubling the number of random searches of students’ bags, jackets and lockers. It’s crucial we keep up an active and visible deterrent so students don’t make daft decisions and bring in something which would endanger our community.

12/06/18

Retweetd From Amy Longley-Cook

So proud of my Y10s doing their first GCSE writing SAM. Passionate about travel, culture and languages https://t.co/8dgcNkjk9R

06/06/18

Retweetd From Marina Amaral

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06/06/18

Retweetd From Marina Amaral

On this day in 1944, Operation Overlord, better known as D-Day started. It was the largest seaborne invasion in history. https://t.co/FdudJW2dgc

06/06/18

Retweetd From David Berke

D-Day. Allies suffered over 10,000 casualties in the landing to restore freedom. Remember. https://t.co/tL2LCGPkeI

06/06/18

Retweetd From Stephen Lawrence C T

A speed mentoring activity taking place at . The students asked the volunteers questions to find out more about their professions and career pathways. https://t.co/ASHXJ9YaD5

31/05/18

Retweetd From Stephen Lawrence C T

Year 9 students planning and presenting their social enterprise ideas. The students thought of ways they could tackle social problems, improve communities, people’s life chances, or the environment. https://t.co/X1XtYWoH8F

28/05/18

Extra English now planned on Thursday too. Get after it Year 11.

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Pupil Premium Spend

Pupil Premium Report 2017/18 – September 15, 2017

The government provides extra funding to schools for students qualifying for the ‘pupil premium’. National statistics indicate that historically, these students do not perform as well as others due to a variety of barriers to learning.

At Harris Academy Greenwich, 43% of our students are currently (as of September 2017) eligible for the pupil premium.

We measure the impact of our pupil premium spend primarily through progress data, collected through various assessments throughout the year.  It is the culmination of all our strategies that we measure, not necessarily each individual intervention.  At Harris Academy, we call our strategy a ‘game of inches’ where interventions add together to have an extraordinary impact on the results and life chances of our most disadvantaged students.

The table, below, shows how we allocated our funding for the last academic year and how we have forecast the spending for the current academic year. Due to our commitment to supporting those students who need it most, and the rising cost of staffing and resources, our initiatives cost £16,000 more than the funding we received for 2016/17.

Income for 2016/17 was £456,648

£477,200 is estimated allocation for 2017/18

Aspect

Amount

Focus of Work

Evaluative commentary/impact

Adjusted predicted expenditure for 16/17

Rationale

Academic Support

51500

Private tuition in English and Maths (2 full time tutors)

Pupil progress for English and Maths for disadvantaged students sig + in Raise online for 2016 results

65000

Allows for tailored support for all learners and provides opportunities for gaps in students’ knowledge and understanding to be filled; particularly vital in year 11 where new curriculum has toughened standards

Academic Support

10000

Additional setting in Maths and English for lower ability sets in Year 7 and 11

Pupil progress for English and Maths for disadvantaged students sig + in Raise online for 2016 results

Year 7: 100% made progress in maths and English, 78% in English now ‘KS3 ready’ having attained level 4, 90% in maths. 100% made progress in reading age.

20000

Ensure all students to be KS4 ready by end of y9. Ensure appropriate support for SEN/HA PP students with additional sets to meet learning needs. Extra set on both sides of TT

Academic Support

34000

Literacy and numeracy intervention at KS3

Year 7: 100% made progress in maths and English, 78% in English now ‘KS3 ready’ having attained level 4, 90% in maths. 100% made progress in reading age.

75 students across KS3 completed reading intervention.

40000

Increased due to increase size of Ks3 cohorts

Academic support

10000

Private tuition for additional reading support (funding for HLTAs) and EAL support

EAL learners secured outstanding outcomes and progress (sig+ for English, capped total scores and total point score)

10000

Secures foundation skills in reading and writing and supports high attaining EAL students in writing fluent academic prose

Academic support (alternative provision)

25000

Provision of vocational courses at KS4 and short term placement at Alt Ed providers in KS3

100% of short term KS3/4 referrals have returned to mainstream lessons at HAGR

100% of college placements led to a vocational qualification

25000

Reduces behavioural incidents, FTE and continues to engage students in academic learning whilst at school

Academic support

10000

KS3 intervention programmes in English, maths and science

Good progress in maths, English and Science as shown in end of year exams. Remaining students to have functional skills support in KS4

10000

Designed to ensure access to KS4 curriculum (preparation year in Y9)

Additional funding allocated for functional skills

Academic support

24000

Holiday revision programmes

Outstanding impact with outstanding outcomes at KS4 across vast majority of subjects

30000

Supports effective revision especially for those who lack space to study at home. Increased due to increased intensity of exam component at Ks4 and 5

Academic support

2000

Purchase of equipment for year 11 students

Outstanding impact with outstanding outcomes at KS4 across vast majority of subjects

2000

Using Federation support in Maths which has been funded through private tuition listed above

Academic support

2000

Purchase of revision guides for year 11 students

Outstanding impact with outstanding outcomes at KS4 across vast majority of subjects

2000

All students able to access study materials outside the classroom

Academic Support

5000

Student conferences in Social Sciences, Science and Humanities

Outstanding impact with outstanding outcomes at KS4 and 5 across in these subjects

5000

Continue preparation for terminal exams

Academic Support

1000

Providing revision resources and stationary to disadvantaged pupils in years 12 and 13 to help them study at home during the exam season

Excellent exam results and full attendance to all exams

1000

Continued support

Academic Support

4000

High Attainers support sessions run by LPs which target disadvantaged pupils to train them with at home study skills

 

5000

Increase achievement of highest grades

Motivation and aspiration

15600

Life coaching for improved self-awareness, behaviour and motivation in year 9 and 10

Reduction in behaviour incidents for all participants over time

Increased engagement in lessons seen

20000

Programme extended to include year 11

Motivation and aspiration

14000

The Brilliant Club: university visits and small group tutorials

All Y10 Brilliant Club participants from this cohort have applied for post 16 academic A level provision

14000

Continue to allow more students to access as number of HA and PP are entering KS3

Motivation and aspiration

10000

Career Ready: programme for post 16 entrants for entrance to internships and business mentoring

0% NEET in year 11 and post 16

10000

Ensure 0% NEET

Motivation and aspiration

2000

Careers advice and guidance for all RFE pupils

0% NEET in year 11 and post 16

100% engagement in options process at year 9 with involvement from parents/carers

2000

Re-focus students on purpose of school. Improve motivation

Motivation and aspiration

2000

University visits

Year 13-74% attend university, all PP students at university

New Year 13-currently 80% have made applications to university

2000

Raise awareness of university option esp. for non

Motivation and aspiration

2000

Harris Experience/HA coordinator role

Increased participation of PP HA group in Federation wide activities

 

2000

Increase motivation and attainment of most able-increase due to higher number of HA students on roll

Outstanding pastoral care

9000

Uniform purchases

Uniform outstanding

10000

Increase due to increase on roll students years 7-11

Outstanding pastoral care

44000

Attendance officers

PP persistent absence rates decreasing over time and below national in Raise

44000

PA tackled now through pastoral managers

Outstanding pastoral care

6000

Subsidies for trips

PP students complete visits in UK and abroad

Full participation in trips required to support KS4 study

8000

Increase engagement, motivation and participation

Outstanding pastoral care

4100

Transport costs for all pastoral and academic visits

PP students complete visits in UK and abroad

Full participation in trips required to support KS4 study

High participation of PP pupils in revision sessions

4100

Increase engagement, motivation and participation

Outstanding pastoral care

34000

Anger management programme

100% of students report enjoying the course

100% report learning new strategies for managing anger

85% had reduced behaviour points up to a year after completing their programme

34000

Reduce behavioural incidents for participants

Outstanding pastoral care

14000

Social skills programme

33 students with 100% reporting an increase in confidence in lessons, especially seeking support

14000

Increase confidence in lessons

Outstanding pastoral care

38000

Counselling and meditation

Over 70 students received 6 counselling appointments with 40 emergency sessions.

40000

Resolve barriers to learning. Increased spend due to increasing roll

Outstanding pastoral care

50000

Provision of school health officer, NHS funded school nurse, speech and language services, educational psychologist

Outstanding provision of physical and mental health ‘first aid’ and ongoing support services

Appropriate and timely identification of pupil need to target further support

50000

Increased cost for additional training in mental health for pastoral managers and school health officer

Outstanding pastoral care

5000

Sexual Health Drop down day. using outside agencies to ensure pupils understand the importance of staying safe and healthy

Decrease in incidents of teen pregnancy, social media sexual related concerns.

6000

Re-run programme for new larger cohort

Outstanding pastoral care

5000

Healthy Living programme – nutrition and exercise programme supporting overweight pupils (and their parents) from disadvantaged backgrounds

Improvement in absenteeism and BMI as measured by school nurse

5000

Re-run programme for new cohort

Outstanding Pastoral care

10000

Increased training for pastoral leaders

 

10000

Bring pastoral team into whole academy leadership training so all staff can lead effectively

Outstanding Pastoral care

30000

Expand CP team and working hours

 

30000

Increase rapidity of the management of CP cases in school. Reflecting the increasing cohort size and demand on this area of need

Impact of interventions:

Validated data for the academic year 2016/17 will be published in January 2018, however, early indications are that provision for our pupil premium students has had significant impact on academic outcomes.