- Welcome from our Headteacher
- Vision and Ethos of Hednesford Valley High
- Accessibility Plan
- Fair Processing Notice (Privacy Notice)
- Results and Achievements
- Year 7 Catch-Up Funding
- Pupil Premium
- Ofsted Report
- SEN REPORT
- Staffordshire Local Offer
- Disabled Access
- Virtual Tour
Pupil premium is allocated to schools to provide additional support to those students who qualify for free school meals; are service children or children who have been looked after continuously for more than 6 months.
Pupil Premium Strategy 2019-22
Hednesford Valley High pupil premium grant allocation for 2018-19 is £66,690
The main barriers to the educational achievement faced by eligible students at the school are:-
- Good attendance
- Low levels of literacy
- Low levels of numeracy
- Poor communication
- Mental Health
- Persistent absence.
How Pupil Premium money will be spent to address barriers above:-
- Attendance Officer to monitor attendance and take action daily and produce weekly, half term and termly reports for the Headteacher.
- There will be a focus on students on Free School Meals.
- Reading intervention by the Student Mentor Support Assistant, literacy work by all staff, talking homework and focus on vocabulary for subjects by support staff.
- New scheme of work in Mathematics to be delivered by all Mathematic teaching staff in Key Stage 3.
- Nurture group by HLTA and Speech and Communication Enrichment Project by Student Mentor Support Assistant.
- Behaviour Support Manager to review behaviour strategy after consultation with staff to make changes to make use of the larger Behaviour Support Office.
- Emotional Support Unit to train staff in relaxation techniques to use during afternoon registration and support students with direct work on nurture, forest schools, group and individual work.
The impact of Pupil Premium will be measured using outcomes of data by the Every Child Matters Co-ordinator in September 2019.
Pupil Premium Reports