Pupil premium funding 2017-18 SSA FINAL - page 19

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Lexia programme
running with LPA
students in Y7-11 to
improve spelling.
Bespoke after school
enrichment sessions for
students identified in AP
assessment QLA as
underperforming in this
area. Sessions delivered
on a weekly basis to
students following staff
through weekly
department meetings and
sharing of good practice
Building cultural capital
AR and Lexia reading
programmes - activities
widen students’
vocabulary as well as
improving reading and
Weekly mentoring to
support KS3 and 4
students identified as
LAC (subject specialist) –
1 session per week out
of normal class times.
Theatre tickets and
transport organised to
enable students in Y9-
11 to experience the
GCSE drama texts for
English Literature as
intended by the writers,
enabling them to fully
access and understand
each text.
The main barriers to progress and attainment for Pupil Premium pupils at Sheffield Springs Academy (and other
pupils that may also be affected by degrees of disadvantage) are:
Lack of confidence in reading, which can impede the development of spelling, punctuation and grammar
Fewer opportunities to socialise with, meet with or network with professional people from a range of
backgrounds and occupations and to capitalise upon these relationships when making choices about future
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