For full details of how Aylesbury Grammar School uses the allocated Pupil Premium funding to support our disadvantaged students please click to open the main statement and or strategy document(s) below:
|Total number of students on roll (January census Year 7 to Year 11)||920||927|
|Total number of Pupil Premium students||55||52|
|Total number of Child Looked After students||0||0|
|Total number of Post Looked after students||1||2|
|Total number of Service Children||7||6|
|Total Pupil Premium Grant||£46,104||£47,540|
One to one pastoral support available to all students.
|Students are able to access support and guidance which will impact on areas such as building self-confidence and emotional wellbeing.|
Designated member of staff allocated to each PP to track their progress and ensure they meet their target grades.
|All students have the opportunity to regularly discuss their progress with a designated mentor. Where necessary, tailored interventions can be discussed, implemented and evaluated.|
Additional support offered in all subjects where intervention is required to achieve targets. Focused opportunities to maximise potential in Year 11.
|£500||All students reach their targets|
|SEN Support||SEN Teaching Assistants approx. £38,400|
|Careers Advice||£14,100||Enhancement of careers advice and careers education provision.|
|Before/after school facilities||Library open after school||Opportunity for study, research and homework completion.|
|Curriculum trips and activities
All trips part or fully funded by Pupil Premium grant.
|£4,610||Promote inclusion and opportunity.|
|Duke of Edinburgh Award
Enrolment on the DofE Award; Bronze, Silver, Gold.
|Promote inclusion and opportunity.|
|Home to School Transport
As a Grammar School there is a large catchment area so home to school transport can be a significant issue.
Tuition is available for a wide range of instruments.
|Aim to increase the number of PP music students and encourage participation in school events.|
Assistance available to cover the cost of textbooks, revision guides, exam fees, enrichment materials, uniform and PE kit.
Our Progress 8 score for 2019 is 0.52 and our Progress 8 score for our disadvantaged students is 0.57. This data clearly highlights that the provision we put in place last year to diminish the difference between our disadvantaged students and other students at GCSE has had a significant impact. In particular we feel that the small group tuition sessions provided by departments to support revision and to consolidate knowledge has contributed to better outcomes. Commitment to supporting extra-curricular activities and school visits has also had a positive impact across the board.
|Disadvantaged Students||All Students|
|Percentage of grade 5+ in English & Maths||100%||96.7%|