Pupil Premium

In the year 2019-2020 Spring Hill High School received Pupil Premium Plus for three pupils who are/were looked after and are in the care of Birmingham Children’s Trust.  The money is held by the Virtual School Head and released to school on completion of setting appropriate personalised targets through individual PEP meetings.  The summer term funds were not paid and will be carried forward to the academic year 2020-2021 due to Covid. These funds are expected in the Autumn term 2020. 

 

Financial Year 

2019-2020

Amount of Pupil Premium Plus Funding allocated for the academic year 2019-2020

£2,800.00, no summer payment due to Covid. 

Pupil Premium Plus funds carried over from the academic year 2018-2019

£1237.30

Pupil Premium Plus carried forward to the academic year 2020-2021

£680.11

Number of pupils eligible for PP+

3 pupils 

 

For the majority of students at Spring Hill High School there are significant barriers to learning and achievement. These barriers are communicating their own feelings and emotions and expressing strong feelings appropriately. Another barrier is their social competence and therefore the acceptance of others. 

Spring Hill High School is using Pupil Premium Plus to raise achievement and to break down these barriers to learning with a high focus on targeting student’s emotional wellbeing and social interactions. 

 
Intervention Description  Monitoring and Evaluation Impact 
Music Therapy 1:1 direct Music Therapy to develop students

Regular feedback from Therapist and regular reports written.

Impact report from Therapist

Monitoring of EHC outcomes (ILP)

Students enjoy music making with the therapist. 

Developing reciprocal communication and respect. Students value the sessions and often do not recognise they are in a therapy session. 

Individual reports are available

Roots to Fruit

Alternative education facility and accredited training, providing horticultural activities so that students find purposeful activities that will improve health, well being and economic prospects.

Regular updates from Jonathon at Roots to Fruit.

Direct reports back from staff at SHHS who have been supporting our students.

Students achieving a horticultural qualification.

Building resilience and a sense of self-worth.

Developed the desire to learn and gain qualifications in horticulture.

Sensory items

Purchase of sensory items for all school sites.

Develop a sensory box that staff can sign in and out.

Signing in / out sheet to monitor usage - are students aware of the box?

Feedback from SHHS staff on use. 

Feedback from Music Therapist.

Meeting the sensory needs of our CiC.

Regulating their behaviour.

Allowing students freedom of choice.

Developing responsibility and independence with one of our CiC.

The pupils who received Pupil Premium Plus funding have benefited from: 

  1. Music Therapy intervention to support (50% funded by Spring Hill High School)
  2. Alternative curriculum, Roots to Fruit, Horticulture
  3. Purchase of sensory items, e.g. cuddle ball, resistance bands, yoga ball, sensory putty

 

The date of next pupil premium statement is September 2021

 

Academic Year 2019/20

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  • "My daughter has really enjoyed the ‘Well-Being’ group that came into school, it has been very good for her”

    Parent

  • “My son is doing brilliant at school and is really happy, he is making better progress and more importantly in his own well-being"

    Parent

Our Sites

Spring Hill High school is a unique school that is split across three sites

Spring Hill High School is located approximately five miles (8 kilometres) north east of Birmingham City Centre and two miles (3 kilometres) from Sutton Coldfield.

Wood End Lane

Wood End Lane

Building confidence so that each student is prepared for transition into further learning, employment or training in the community.
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Orchard Road

Orchard Road

A  very nurturing environment that helps students to access education.
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Slade Road

Slade Road

To care, nurture and educate in a safe environment where students find it difficult to cope in groups.
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