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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Expenditure 2015 -2016

 

Pupil premium is funding we receive from the Government. It is additional to our main school funding and is used to address the underlying inequalities between children who are eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their peers by making sure this extra funding reaches the children who need it most.

 

Overview of the school

 

Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) Received

Total number of pupils on roll (not including reception and nursery)

332 (110)

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

100

Pupil Premium Grant received

£137,936.28

 

Vulnerable Pupil Outcomes 2015 - 2016

 

EYFS GLD

 

 

Pupil Group

GLD %

School

All pupil

67.2

Pupil Premium

62.5

Non Pupil Premium

67.9

Difference between PP and Non PP

-5.4

LA

All pupil

74.1

Pupil Premium

53.8

Non Pupil Premium

77.1

Difference between PP and Non PP

-23.3

National

All pupil

66

 

Phonics

 

 

Pupil Group

Working at the Required Standard Year 1

Working at the Required Standard Year 2

School

All pupil

84.0

100

Pupil Premium

88.9

100

Non Pupil Premium

82.9

100

Difference between PP and Non PP

+6

0

LA

All pupil

82.2

67.7

Pupil Premium

72.6

61.3

Non Pupil Premium

83.9

70.3

Difference between PP and Non PP

-11.3

-9.0

 

KS1

 

 

Pupil Group

Reading

Writing

Maths

RWM

School

All pupil

72.9

62.5

70.8

52.1

Pupil Premium

33.3

26.7

40.0

13.3

Non Pupil Premium

90.9

78.8

84.8

69.7

Difference between PP and Non PP

-57.6

-52.1

-44.8

-56.4

LA

All pupil

74.4

63.4

71.5

57.5

Pupil Premium

55.6

41.5

53.5

36.3

Non Pupil Premium

78.3

67.9

75.2

61.9

Difference between PP and Non PP

-22.7

-26.4

-21.7

-25.6

National

All pupil

74.0

65.5

72.6

60.3

Pupil Premium

61.5

51.7

59.4

45.8

Non Pupil Premium

77.0

68.8

75.7

63.7

Difference between PP and Non PP

-15.5

-17.1

-16.3

-17.9

 

KS2

 

 

Pupil Group

Reading

Writing

Maths

RWM

School

All pupil

62

86

62

50

Pupil Premium

35.0

75.0

40.0

25.0

Non Pupil Premium

80.0

93.3

76.7

66.7

Difference between PP and Non PP

-45.0

-18.3

-36.7

-41.7

LA

All pupil

64.7

70.2

68.8

51.4

Pupil Premium

38.0

44.6

46.2

24.8

Non Pupil Premium

67.3

72.7

71.0

54.0

Difference between PP and Non PP

-29.3

-28.0

-24.8

-29.2

National

All pupil

66

74

70

53

Pupil Premium

48

57.9

52.6

34.1

Non Pupil Premium

68

76.5

72.7

56.3

Difference between PP and Non PP

-20

-18.6

-20.1

-22.2

 

 

 

 

In School Progress Data

 

As well as the published data highlighted above the school also tracks pupils progress in year. Whereas the published data shows a wide gap between PP and Non PP children in some areas, our ‘in school’ data indicates that PP children are making good progress within school and that the projected outcomes for PP children in the future is good.

 

 

 

Pupil Group

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

KS2 Progress in APS

Pupil Premium

Year 4

3.5

3.0

4.3

Year 5

7.8

7.2

6.5

Year 6

11.7

11.2

11.5

Non Pupil Premium

Year 4

3.2

3.3

4.6

Year 5

8.1

7.7

7.9

Year 6

11.6

11.1

11.9

 

 

Summary of PPG spending 2015/16

Strategy for PPG spending 2016/17

Objectives in spending PPG:

  • To improve the foundations in learning for PP children throughout school.
  • To improve the Quality of Teaching for PP children
  • To increase opportunity for PP children
  • Assess PP learning needs

Increase the quality of teaching for PP children.

Introduce specific intervention for S&L in EYFS.

Increase the capacity of the Pastoral Team.

Support PP children at unstructured play-times.

Increase the love of reading for PP children.

Use TAs to ensure all PP children have basic skills of literacy and numeracy.

Implement PP specific interventions such as paired reading.

Introduce a Vulnerable Pupil Pledge to support pupils throughout the school.

Summary of actions taken:

  • Additional adult to support speaking opportunities in EYFS
  • Pastoral team introduced
  • Increased engagement within reading, writing and maths.
  • ‘Spirals of Enquiry’ training for SLT
  • Subsidised trips / visitors
  • Subsidised wrap around care.
  • Increased quality of first teach

 

 

Action

Cost

Objective

Outcome

X1 1.0 TA EYFS

£16,000

To ensure that the attainment gap is narrowed via early intervention.

The gap between PP and Non PP in communication and language was 15.6 compared to a LA gap of 16.5. The gap in all prime areas was 14.9 compared to an LA average of 19.6.

X2 Children’s Champions

£38,000

To ensure that the pastoral needs of PP children are addressed in an appropriate way to ensure PP children are able to focus on learning within class.

PP Pupils are better supported within their learning. The children supported by the pastoral team has a high % of PP.

Core curriculum overhaul

£8,000

To ensure that PP children are engaged within their learning.

All pupils throughout school are more engaged within learning. Pupils particularly like to talk about their writing and how they have been inspired by the ‘practical’ day.

Assessment Schemes

£5,000

To ensure PP children’s progress is closely tracked to ensure underachievement is addressed.

All pupils are now closely monitored against the new curriculum.

Spirals of Enquiry

£3,000

To ensure that the learning experience of PP children is at the forefront of school policy making.

The school is able to use PP pupil voice to shape policy making. SLT now have the skills to be able to expand on the project in 2016 / 2017.

The approach used to implement Restorative Practice.

Subsidised trips / visits

 

To ensure PP children are able to access opportunities.

PP children engaged within learning via increased opportunities.

Subsidised wrap around care

 

To ensure that PP children are well looked after and their families supported.

PP families better supported ‘back into work’. PP have the opportunity for a substantial breakfast before school.

Restorative Practice

£3000

To ensure that friendship problems are managed in an effective way.

Relationships between peers and ‘adults and children’ is built on mutual trust and respect.

Increased quality of first teach

£40,000

To ensure that PP children are exposed to quality teaching everyday.

The quality of teaching has increase from 71% good + in autumn 2015 to 80% in autumn 2016 with 20% at outstanding.

Improvements to school environment

£10,000

To ensure that pupils have an emotional link to the school environment.

The school has embraced a nurturing approach with all classrooms mirroring the agreed school approach.

Increased monitoring by SLT

£15,000

To ensure that PP children are receiving a good level of education.

 

 

 

 

 

Please read the document below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

The link below takes you to the Department for Education where you can find further information regarding the Pupil Premium.

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