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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Strategy 2017-2018 – Planned Expenditure

For the Academic year 2017-2018 our funding will be £91,080

For 2017 to 2018, the school will receive £1320 per primary pupil who is currently eligible for free school meals (FSM) or has been eligible for FSM in the past 6 years (FSM ‘Ever 6’).

To date we have 69 Pupil Premium children on roll. This will give us a total of £91,080. This will enable us to continue with nearly all of our planned interventions and programmes.

Objectives 2017-2018

To ensure that progress and attainment of PP pupils continues to be as close to or above all pupils nationally

To secure high progress rates of PP pupils in all prior attainment groups and in all year groups

To rigorously monitor and review standards of attainment and progress for PP pupils

To build high levels of resilience, determination, problem solving 

To ensure high quality teaching and learning is at the heart of every lesson, intervention 

To provide support for families and children so that access information and support    

Planned Expenditure 2017-2018

Item/Project Objective Cost
Weekly speech and language groups for selected children in years one to three (including staff training) and additional reading support) Improve speech and language skills of selected children and improve attainment in reading in KS1 £10,000
Additional intervention teacher in KS2 Raise attainment in core subjects  £37,866
Drama Therapist  support  1: 1 support for vulnerable   children and families  £4,000
Subsidised trips and clubs/holiday play schemes, outside workshop providers, use of early morning Breakfast club, uniform Provide extended schools opportunities and counselling for vulnerable children and especially PP £12,214
Additional support provided by Leadership Team,  Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) Additional small support for pupils in core subjects.

Additional support for teachers planning, team teaching 

£27,000
TOTAL   £91,080

 

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-2017

For the Academic year 2016-2017 our funding was £104,280

For 2016 to 2017, the school received £1320 per primary pupil who is currently eligible for free school meals (FSM) or has been eligible for FSM in the past 6 years (FSM ‘Ever 6’).

To date we have 79 Pupil Premium children on roll. This will give us a total of £104,280. This will enable us to continue with nearly all of our planned interventions and programmes

Objectives 2016-2017

Expenditure 2016-2017

Item/Project Objective Cost
Weekly speech and language groups for selected children in years one to three (including staff training) and additional reading support) Improve speech and language skills of selected children and improve attainment in reading in KS1 £10,000
Additional intervention teacher in KS2 Raise attainment in core subjects  £37,866
Drama Therapist  support  1: 1 support for vulnerable   children and families  £4,000
Subsidised trips and clubs, outside workshop providers, use of early morning Breakfast club, uniform Provide extended schools opportunities and counselling for vulnerable children and especially PP £11,714
Additional support provided by Leadership Team,  Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) Additional small support for pupils in core subjects.  Additional support for teachers planning, team teaching  £37,000
EYFS Early Intervention support for families HENRY/FRED TALK/ TA Training    Screening, training additional small support for pupils through TA Intervention, Lego therapy, Family support    £3,700
TOTAL   £104,280

Impact of Pupil Premium Spending 2016-2017

KS2 PP Pupils 2017

Reading:

Attainment of our of our disadvantaged pupils 79% was above all pupils nationally 71%

Progress of or disadvantaged pupils 2.03 was above other pupils nationally

Writing

Attainment of our of our disadvantaged pupils 84% was above all pupils nationally 79% Progress of our disadvantaged pupils 4.08 was well above all pupils nationally  

Maths

Attainment of our of our disadvantaged pupils 74% was in line with all pupils nationally 75%

Progress of our disadvantaged pupils 0.18 was above all pupils nationally but not as high as all non- disadvantaged pupil in the school      

Key Stage 2: RWM

At the end of Key Stage 2 68% of PP achieved expected standards in comparison to 61% of all pupils nationally.

PP pupils in our school are in line with all non PP in our school and better than national averages at the end of Key Stage 2    

KS1 PP Pupils 2017   

Reading
Writing
Maths

Phonics screening in year 1 – 2017

73% PP children achieved the expected standard, this was below all pupils nationally in 2016 81%

EYFS 2017

25% PP children in EYFS achieved a good level of development. This is well below all pupils nationally 69%.

When comparing pupil premium attainment with non-pupil premium attainment there was a varied picture across the rest of the school

In year 1, 3 and 5 attainment was in line for reading, writing and maths, in year 4 attainment is below in reading, writing, maths  

Overall our pupil premium strategy for 2016-2017 has had high impact and we have been successful in diminishing the gap at the end of Key Stage 2. However we recognise further key areas that need to be addressed so that we can diminish the gap at the end of each phase in all subjects and for all groups of learners. Our pupil premium strategy for 2017-2018 will aim to ensure that the gap between our PP pupils and all pupils nationally continues to diminish. 

PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT EXPENDITURE REPORT 2015-2016

PUPIL PREMIUM REPORT TO PARENTS 2014-2015

PUPIL PREMIUM REPORT TO PARENTS 2013- 2014