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Pupil Premium at Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ School

School Vision
‘To view all students as individuals; each should pursue excellence and develop their talents in academic, creative, physical and social skills.’

Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ School received £229,075 additional funding for Pupil Premium students in 2015/2016. This was used to fund interventions and opportunities for Pupil Premium students to remove barriers to their learning. The range of interventions are extensive and reflects Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ School’s commitment to meeting the needs of each individual child.

Our objectives in how we spend our Pupil Premium are as follows:

  • To remove barriers to learning
  • To close the gap in academic performance
  • To monitor attendance and behaviour meticulously to ensure that all students are in school and learning effectively
  • To provide effective support for students who may be experiencing challenges
  • To ensure that all students can benefit from a range of wider experiences beyond the curriculum

During this academic year we have the following academic interventions available through Pupil Premium Funding:

Catch Up Numeracy (1:1) Year 7 (Jan 2016)
Guided Reading KS3 (Jan 2016)
Accelerated Reader KS3 (March 2016)

Intervention Teacher Maths (Sept 2015)

Intervention Teacher English (Jan 2016)

Speech and Language Therapy (CPD during academic year 2015/2016)

EAL Support (LSA) (Sept 2015)

Learning Support Classes Yr8 and 9 (Sept 2015)

Year 11 Exam Breakfast (May 2016)
Walking Talking Mock Year 11 (Oct 2015)
Lunchtime Revision Sessions Year 11 (Jan 2016)
After School Revision Classes Year 11 (Jan 2016)
Homework Club All Years (Sept 2015)
Revision Guides Year 11 (Feb 2016) Year 10 (April 2016)
Past Paper Packs Year 11 (Feb 2016)
Mentoring Programme (Jan 2016)
Learning Mentor (Sept 2015)
Breakfast Club (Sept 2015)
School Counsellor in House (Jan 2016)
Pastoral Care (Ongoing)
Staff CPD on Pupil Premium (Sept 2016)