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Funding

Schools financial benchmarking

The link below will take you to our school’s financial data

https://schools-financial-benchmarking.service.gov.uk/school/detail?urn=104038

Pupil Premium

Background

The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011 in order to assist in raising the attainment of disadvantaged students of all abilities to reach their potential.

The Government provides Pupil Premium Grant in addition to main school funding and this is used by The Triple Crown Centre to support the emotional, social and academic needs of our eligible students.

Pupil Premium Funding and Spending

In 2017/18 the Government Pupil Premium funding was £935 per pupil.  The Triple Crown Centre had 4 students eligible for Pupil Premium funding.  This equated to 13% of the school population.

Pupil Premium Grant received: £3,740

During 2018/19 the Government Pupil Premium funding remained at £935 per pupil.  The Triple Crown Centre had 3 students eligible for Pupil Premium funding.  This equated to 14% of the school population.

Pupil Premium Grant received: £2,805

This allocation supports us in being able to:

  • Provide opportunities for teaching and learning support assistants allowing them to support students in specific areas of the curriculum
  • Fund an EWO to improve the attendance of students
  • Employ an external Careers Advisor to advise students, through group and 1:1 sessions, on positive and appropriate post-16 choices
  • Provide an additional curriculum area through lessons with Solihull Music Service
  • Fund activities outside the school environment to support a personalised curriculum e.g. golf sessions at a local golf club and a plumbing course at RM Training UK Limited
  • Support the cost of school trips and other activities in school

Impact

The Triple Crown Centre is committed to ensuring that our students who are eligible for Pupil Premium funding achieve as well as our other students across all aspects of school life. It allows The Triple Crown Centre to:

  • Allow students to be supported by teaching and learning assistants who are knowledgeable and well trained
  • Provide each student with opportunities to enhance learning across the curriculum
  • Support students to engage in music and give them improved resilience and self-esteem
  • Give students the opportunity to develop life long work related skills that are not normally taught in the school curriculum, develop positive relationships with their peers and engage in teambuilding activities
  • Provide clearer direction for post-16 educational choices

Attainment at Year 11

Key Stage 4 (Year 11) attainment      
2018-19 (13 students)2017-18 (10 students)
5
9-1%
5
9-4%
5
9-1%
5
9-4%
Pupil Premium
No of pupils()
100%
(3)
29%
(2)
100%
(4)
25%
(1)
Non Pupil Premium
No of pupils()
100%
(10)
71%
(5)
100%
(6)
75%
(3)

School Attendance

Student attendance - whole year
2018-192017-18
Pupil Premium
No. of pupils ()
79.4%
(3)
78.9%
(4)
Non Pupil Premium
No. of pupils ()
84.6%
(29)
85.5%
(33)

Year 11 Destinations

Transition to post-16 education or training
2018-192017-18
Pupil Premium100% with a September Guarantee100%
Non Pupil Premium100% with a September Guarantee90%
(1 student 'not available - other reason')