- CHANGE TO ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS FOR SEPTEMBER 2018
- Academy Welcome
- Academy Alumni
- Academy Audited Accounts
- Academy Day
- Catch Up 7 - Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catch-up Premium
- Facilities Hire
- Promoting British Values at The Weston Road Academy
- Pupil Premium
- Results and Performance Data
- 6 April 2017 PROBLEMS WITH LEARNING GATEWAY ACCESS
- 27 March 2017 Spring 2 Reports Now Available on the Learning Gateway
- 17 March 2017 We are collecting Sainsbury's Active Kids Vouchers
- 17 March 2017 Team Space Cadets Robotics Challenge UK Finalists
The Pupil Premium
In April 2011 the Government introduced the Pupil Premium. It is additional money allocated to schools for the benefit of children from low-income families who are registered for free school meals (FSM), for children who have been ‘looked after’ (LAC) for more than six months and for children from families in the armed forces (SC). In April 2012, the Pupil Premium was extended to include children who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years. It applies to all eligible children between Reception class and Y11. It is targeted at pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds to ensure that they benefit from the same opportunities as their peers.
- The Pupil Premium Grant for 2016- 2017 is £935 per eligible pupil.
- The Service Children grant for 2016- 2017 is £300 per eligible pupil.
The figures in the Pupil Premium Report below includes both of these elements.
2015-2016 Disadvantaged Performance
There were nineteen Year 11 disadvantaged pupils. Progress for these pupils is now measured by an average of their individual Progress 8 scores. Progress 8 scores show the progress a pupil makes from the end of primary school to the end of secondary school. Pupils’ results are compared to the actual achievements of other pupils with the same prior attainment.
For comparison purposes the following data, shows both old and new measures. Table 1 shows that the figures for both expected progress of English and Maths of disadvantaged pupils against their peers and Table 2 the in school gaps. The Progress 8 score for disadvantaged pupils is -0.7. For Maths it is -1 and English -0.7. This is concerning and the academy is now working tirelessly to ensure this improves.
In 2013/ 14 The Weston Road Academy received £129,034
In 2014/ 15 The Weston Road Academy received £137,144
In 2015/16 The Weston Road Academy received £128,960