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Pupil Premium

2016-2017 Pupil Premium Budget Allocation, Spending and Impact

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Impact

By July 2016:

  • 80% of EYFS children in receipt of Free School Meals met or the Early Learning Goals in Reading, Writing and Number
  • 67% (2/3) in Key Stage 1 of pupil premium pupils were assessed at age related expectations
  • 40% (4/10) of pupil premium pupils achieved age related expectations in reading, 80% (8/10) reached age related expectations in writing, 60% (6/10) in mathematics and 70% (7/10) in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar
  • In KS1, the attainment of disadvantaged pupils in our school compared to non-disadvantaged pupils nationally was as follows Reading- 11%, Writing-3%, Mathematics-10% and Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined at +2%
  • In KS2 The school narrowed the gap between the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and the national picture for non-disadvantaged pupils with gaps of -22% for Reading +1% for Writing, -15% for Mathematics and -10% for Reading, Writing and mathematics combined .
  • At KS2 disadvantaged pupils compared to disadvantaged pupils nationally were -3% for reading, +7% for writing, +3 for mathematics and +11% for RWM combined
  • Short term intensive teaching resulted in an children making significant progress in their recognition of high frequency words and month’s progress in reading and improving test scores in mathematics by an average of 22 for a Pupil Premium “Rainbow Group”.
  • The school counsellor has been invaluable in supporting children through a variety of domestic/family and social issues as well as giving parental advice. Safeguarding issues have been brought to light through this process
  • 50% of pupil premium children achieved age related expectation in Reading, Writing and Mathematics at KS2
  • Subsidised (or complete) payments for residential visits and educational day trips has enriched children’s experiences and developed confidence

How the school measures the impact of the Pupil Premium

At each Pupil Progress Meeting, which is held at least termly, staff discuss the progress of Pupil Premium children with the Headteacher. TAs and Class teachers review Precision Teaching strategies as each objective is met (averagely after 10 teaching days). The SENCO monitors precision teaching grids each month and advises teachers on any changes that might be needed.

Half termly assessments are entered into the Target Tracker System and data is reviewed by the class teacher and Headteacher. Governors review data presented to them in a termly Headteacher’s report.

Pupil Premium Spending 2015-2016

£34,320 was allocated for the academic Year 2015-2016

The aims of the spending was to narrow the gap in attainment for those pupils who have ever been in receipt of free school meals and those who have not.

  • Intervention work on phonics, reading, spelling, writing and numeracy provided by additional teaching assistants working with small groups or on a one-to-one basis and Homework Club and additional after school clubs led by cover supervisors (£25,000)
  • Weekly emotional literacy, resilience and confidence building activities, provided by a children’s counsellor who is a specialist in cognitive behaviour therapy, on a one-to-one or small group basis (£4,600)
  • Release time for a member of the SLT to track and monitor progress, finely hone interventions and advise members of the intervention team (£6,000)
  • Access to educational visits, free entry to fee paying clubs and resources

Impact

By July 2015

  • 75% in Key Stage 1 of pupil premium pupils were assessed at Level 2B or above (national expectations)
  • 40% of pupil premium pupils attained L4C+ in Reading, Writing and Mathematics at KS2 SATs 2015
  • Short term intensive mathematics teaching resulted in an average of 5.6months progress for all pupils selected for the group (majority pupil premium) over a 10 week period in KS2
  • The school counsellor has been able to work intensively with pupils who have issues, this has meant children are able to then focus on attainment and progress with their minds unburdened
  • SATs results for Reading, Writing and Mathematics at Level 4+ rose by a further 9% for all children including pupil premium
  • 40% of pupil premium children achieved a L4+ at KS2
  • Subsidised (or complete) payments for residential visits and educational day trips has enriched children’s experiences and developed confidence

 

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