Pupil Premium

In 2017-18, the school’s allocation for Pupil Premium pupils was £197,857 and was worth £935 per pupil.

The Pupil Premium is grant funding and is in addition to the School’s Delegated Budget. The Pupil Premium is awarded for all pupils who have been registered for Free School Meals at any time during the last six years. The Pupil Premium is also awarded for any child who has been looked after consecutively for more than six months at the time of the pupil census. The Pupil Premium allocates a smaller amount of funding for any pupils whose parents are in the armed forces.

The Pupil Premium is designed to narrow the gap in achievement between children who come from low-income families and those who are more affluent.  Maghull High School is using the Pupil Premium Funding to raise levels of achievement and aspiration. We aim to do this by using the funding to improve students’ skills in literacy and numeracy; increasing progress in all subject areas; promoting independent learning; improving attendance; promoting positive behaviour and giving pupils aspirational experiences and ambitions.

During 2017-18 Maghull High School directed the funding to support pupils in the following ways:

•Support for teaching and learning £57,730

•Assessment support £13,069

•Intervention £11,553

•IT learning resources £5,098

•Enrichment £45,919

•Social and emotional support £42,081  

•Attendance and family liaison £17,943

•Uniform, transport and resources £12,006

•Summer School £7,000

The impact of these strategies and interventions has been particularly remarkable this year in terms of GCSE outcomes, with a significant diminishing of the gap when compared to last year between those in receipt of Pupil Premium and those not.  Preliminary progress figures show that those in receipt of Pupil Premium in year 11 performed in line with or better than others.  As well as this, internal data indicates that those eligible for Pupil Premium funding are doing well across the school, including in sixth form.

Click here to download the Pupil Premium Spending impact

Pupil Premium Performance Information

DP English and Maths threshold

Please refer to: www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables for more detail

Pupil Premium 2018-19

The Pupil Premium allocation for 2018-19 is expected to be in the region of £188,000. The funding is expected to be allocated in the following ways:

•Support for teaching and learning £56,000

•Assessment support £13,000

•Intervention £8,000

•IT learning resources £5,000

•Enrichment £46,000  

•Social and emotional support £39,000  

•Attendance and family liaison £17,000  

•Uniform, transport and resources £10,000 

Summer school £4,000

Parent request letter

Parent funding request 2017

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