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15/05/19

Maths Teacher... https://t.co/o517ThkAbK

15/05/19

Media Teacher... https://t.co/9p5mxIvaqX

15/05/19

English Teacher... https://t.co/MwZNyF0rq8

15/05/19

Science Teacher... https://t.co/VF5LRqNwq5

14/03/19

Retweetd From ADP

We're thrilled to announce that our design for – an innovative project converting a former police station into a school – is a finalist! 🤞 Fingers crossed… 🤞 https://t.co/UhD7UqDb7x

14/03/19

Thematic Day at today

27/06/18

Retweetd From Harris Federation

'This has given me a second chance' - read about the amazing support for students at in today’s Times. The school, it says, is ‘proof that it is possible to take children who have failed in mainstream education and turn them around.' https://t.co/TUcDuaRCPv

05/03/18

The Academy is back to normal today, students are expected in by 8.30am in full uniform

02/03/18

Harris Aspire is OPEN until 12.30 today, Friday 2nd March

01/03/18

Harris Aspire is CLOSED today due to the adverse weather conditions, check website, Twitter & Facebook for updates

12/12/16

Retweetd From Bedazzle

Off for our Mental Health roadshow with our friends and https://t.co/UPf9aDFL3S

17/10/16

roll on tomorrow all students to learn CPR

07/10/16

British Heart Foundation - Restart a Heart Day 18 Oct whole school to learn CPR with

07/10/16

Students to take part in BHF Restart a Heart Day 18 Oct

07/10/16

- Restart a Heart Day - Tues 18th Oct students taking part in the record breaking CPR training

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

Central Office

Bexley

Bromley

Clapham

Croydon

Greenwich

Haringey

Havering

Merton

Newham

Southwark

Sutton

Thurrock

Wandsworth

Westminster

Pupil Premium

Background

The Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) provides funding for children who have been known to be eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) since 2008. This funding is a national initiative, welcomed by Harris Aspire used to raise attainment of financially disadvantaged pupils and to close the gaps in educational success that exist nationally.

Forecast Income for Academic Year 2020/2021 is £13,800.00

Aspect

Focus of work

Rationale

Date reviewed

Planned allocation

Teaching Assistants

Additional in-class support to personalise support, emotional support during lunchtime nurture and provide additional support after the Academy day in homework club/tuition.

To narrow the gap for Pupil Premium students, additional targeted support is provided in the classroom organised by the SENCO/Inclusion Panel. Students are identified and given the required support.

 

 

 

 

Dec 2020

 

 

 

 

£,200.00

Small group Tuition /Respite programme

Additional out of class support.

Additional out of class support and after Academy day.

Dec 2020

£900.00

Behaviour Mentoring

Use of Behaviour Mentor to work with Pupil Premium students as part of role.

Use of Behaviour Mentor to work with Pupil Premium students as part of role.

Dec 2020

£950.00

Life Skills Coach

Provide personalised  support for Pupil Premium students.

Provide personalised support for Pupil Premium students.

Dec 2020

£950.00

Counsellor Support

Provide personalised emotional support for Pupil Premium students

Provide personalised emotional support for Pupil Premium students.

Dec 2020

£1,900.00

Holiday Study Programmes and Intervention classes

Additional lessons and support provided over holidays and intervention catch up classes organised after school.

Additional lessons and support provided for holidays and intervention catch up classes organised after school.

Dec 2020

£1,900.00

Extra-Curricular Trips/

Pupil Premium students subsidised or paid for on trips that support the programme of study.

To ensure that Pupil premium students can take full benefit of the extracurricular offer and are not disadvantaged through non-participation.

Dec 2020

£1,200.00

Curriculum Resources

Pupil Premium students are given support in purchasing of text books or revision materials, stationary and equipment.

To ensure that Pupil premium students can access the curriculum both in and out of the classroom and are not disadvantaged by not having the required resources.

Dec 2020

£500.00

Dress Code Support

Pupil Premium students are given support in purchasing clothes in order to enable them to meet dress code requirements

To ensure that students can maintain the standards of the Academy without feeling isolated or disadvantaged with their peers.

Dec 2020

£500.00

SALT

Providing SALT to  develop language, communication and social skills.

To provide support for Pupil premium students who require this facility to overcome any barriers for learning and success at GCSE.

Dec 2020

£800.00

Interventions in Literacy, Social skills, life skills, relationships, drugs workshop, anger management, emotional literacy etc.

Providing personalised support to increase literacy skills, social skills, life skills, better lifestyle choices, health and wellbeing, emotional and mental health.

To enable TA and Pastoral staff to support effectively those students designated Pupil Premium in their academic, emotional and mental health and development into young adults. 

Dec 2020

£2,200.00

Total                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

£13,800

Progress of Pupil Premium Students

Progress for Harris Academy Aspire is measured against a baseline examination that all students undertake in their first week at the Academy. The strategies outlined above have proven to be highly effective in narrowing the gap. Last year PP students outperformed non PP students with 2 levels of progress in English and in Science, all students with PP made expected progress. The gaps between PP and non PP are small but the Academy recognises that it still needs to work further towards it. Expected progress in Maths last year was the largest gap at -12% and we have focused on ensuring this is addressed by deploying more funding into this subject area with graduate TA support and 1:1 support.