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Pupil Premium

All schools are required to report on the amount of funding received and how this is being used.

Academic Year for 2015/16

Academic Year for 2014/15

Academic Year for 2013/14

For the academic year 2013/14, Felixstowe Academy received £283,950. This will be used as follows:
  • To provide intervention support for vulnerable students aimed at improving attainment in English and Maths.
  • To provide Easter and half-term revision schools.
  • To provide an English and Maths conference for Year 11.
  • Increasing HLTA working hours to support catch-up and booster sessions.
  • To provide emotional support through mentoring and counselling two days a week with the school counsellor.
  • To continue to increase provision for students at risk of exclusion, socially isolated or medically unfit for school.
  • To continue to improve monitoring of attendance by providing support for parent/Carers via the use of an increased pastoral support provision.
  • In addition to this, a strategic Lead Pastoral Support Manager to oversee attendance data.
  • To provide enrichment activities to develop greater self confidence.
  • To provide support for basic equipment, uniform and trips to ensure this is not a barrier to learning.
  • To provide a daily Nurture group provision.

Academic Year for 2012/13

For the academic year 2012/13, Felixstowe Academy received £196,557 in Pupil Premium funding. This was used for the following:
  • To provide intervention support for vulnerable students aimed at improving attainment in English and Maths.
  • To provide Easter and half-term revision schools.
  • To provide PETxi Maths and English intervention for 20 vulnerable students.
  • To provide emotional support through mentoring and counselling two days a week with the school counsellor.
  • To increase provision for students at risk of exclusion, socially isolated or medically unfit for school.
  • To improve monitoring of attendance by providing support for parent/Carers via the use of an increased pastoral support provision.
  • To provide enrichment activities to develop greater self confidence.
  • To provide support for basic equipment, uniform and trips to ensure this is not a barrier to learning.