Statement from the Principal on Pupil Premium (FSM) at Severndale

This additional sum of money has been targeted at an identified group of students across the academy. The money has been used to enhance provision and to provide additional resources. The impact of this additional resource will be evidenced through pupil performance targets published for parents and carers at the end of each academic year.

Pupil Premium for Looked After Children

Pupil Premium for Looked After Children has been spent on a range of items and activities linked with the needs of individuals. These have included a laptop which has helped one pupil complete homework, sensory items which have supported the development of early communication skills in the home, riding equipment which has enabled a young person to develop their self-confidence and communication skills, and a residential experience which has allowed a young person to develop independence and self help skills in a new context.

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Helpful Pupil Premium Websites

https://www.theschoolrun.com/the-parents-guide-to-the-pupil-premium – Parent guide to Pupil Premium

https://www.shropshire.gov.uk/free-school-meals/apply-for-free-school-meals/ – Applying for Free school meals

https://www.careforthefamily.org.uk/  Care for the Family is a national charity which aims to promote strong family life and to help those who face family difficulties. Advice for marriage, parenting and bereavement

Contact a Family (CaF)¬†‚Äď are an excellent organisation providing information and support to parents of children with many different sorts of disability, including parent-parent support. They also provide comprehensive well written booklets written in a clear concise manner for parents, teachers and young people

Council for disabled children¬†–¬†Information, Advice and Support Services – IAS Services have a duty to provide information, advice and support to disabled children and young people, and those with SEN, and their parents. They are statutory services and are free, impartial and confidential.

http://familylives.org.uk– A national charity offering information support and advice about parenting,including challenging behaviour , emotional wellbeing ,teenagers etc, details about specialist advice, parenting groups in your area.

www.oxfsn.org.uk¬†– OXFSN ‚Äď Oxfordshire Family Support Network – supporting and mentoring parents of people with learning disabilities.

SOS SEN РA national charity aiming to empower parents and carers of children and young people with SEN and disabilities to access the help they are entitled to, particularly in the education system.

https://shropshire.gov.uk/the-send-local-offer – SEND guidance and support