Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium 2017-18

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Pupil Premium 2016-17

Please click here for the Pupil Premium Strategy Document for last academic Year. 

Pupil Premium 2015-16

For 2015-2016 the Government has provided Pupil Premium funding for all pupils who have been eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) within the last 6 years. Ever 6 Service Children. Children adopted from care and Early Years Pupil Premium. The aim of this funding is to close the attainment gap of pupils in receipt of Free School Meals and their peers, in response to a national trend showing that, in general, pupils in receipt of Free School Meals do less well than their peers.

Summary of Pupil Premium Funding 2015-2016

Total number of pupils on roll in Year groups FS2 to 6

211

Pupils recorded as PPG in 2015/2016

25

Percentage of pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium

11.8%

Amount of funding per Ever 6/FSM pupil in 2015/2016

£1,320

Total Amount of Pupil Premium received in the financial year 2015/2016

 

£23,450

Pupils recorded as Ever 6/FSM in 2015/2016

17

Pupils recorded as Looked After Children

6

Other pupil premium funding per pupil in 2015/2016

·         Post Looked After Children

·         Service Children

·         Early Years Pupil Premium

·         Looked After Children·          

 £1,900

£400

£310

£1,900

Total amount of Pupil Premium received in academic year

£23,450

Total amount of Pupil Premium expenditure per academic year

£34,028.49

Objectives in spending PP:

  • To develop children’s self-confidence.
  • To improve children’s concentration
  • To improve learning attitudes
  • To give pupil premium children access to extra curricular activities.
  • To improve the progress of pupil premium children.
  • To develop social and emotional skills across school.
  • To narrow the gap between all children and pupil premium children.

Summary of spending and actions taken:

  • Teaching booster groups
  • Children to attend club of their choice
  • Overnight educational visits
  • Subsidise breakfast and after school clubs
  • Subsidise educational visits
  • Teaching intervention programmes
  • Provision of pastoral support and access to counselling

Pupil Premium 2015/2016
Total
 Extra Curricular Activities  
Breakfast Clubs 714.00
Afterschool Clubs 780.00
Extended Clubs 86.00
School Visits and Trips 354.70
Enrichment Activities (Chef) 25.00
   
Total Extra Curricular Activities 1,959.70
   
Pastoral Care  
Counsellor 1,165.00
EYFS Pastoral hrs 2,420.58
KS1 Pastoral 1,628.92
KS2 Pastoral 3,800.00
Spacialist Attachment Training 154.00
   
Total Pastoral 9,168.50
   
 
 Interventions  
KS1 Boosters 1,293.40
Phonics Boosters 4,841.16
KS2 Additional teacher for 2 terms 16,765.73
   
Total Interventions 22,900.29
   
   
   
Total Expenditure 34,028.49
   
Pupil Premium Allocation 15/16 -23,450.00
   

Pupil Premium 2014-2015

 

  

Summary of Pupil Premium Funding 2014-2015

 

Total number of pupils on roll in Year groups FS2 to 6

200

Pupils recorded as Ever 6 FSM in 2014/2015

17

Percentage of pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium

8.5%

Amount of funding per pupil in 2014/2015

£1,300

Total Amount of Pupil Premium received in the financial year 2014/2015

 

£22,100

Pupils recorded as Ever 6 FSM in 2015/2016

17

Amount of funding per pupil in 2015/2016

£1,320

Other pupil premium funding per pupil in 2015/2016

·         Post Looked After Children

·         Service Children

·         Early Years Pupil Premium

·         Looked After Children

·          

 

£1,900

£300

£310

£1,900

Total amount of Pupil Premium received in academic year

£27,553

Total amount of Pupil Premium expenditure per academic year

£29,303.46

 

 

  

Summary of Pupil Premium Spending 2014-2015

Objectives of Pupil Premium Spending:

To implement a range of strategies and interventions which can improve the progress and attainment of pupils and remove any potential barriers to inequalities.

To improve the social enrichment by providing extra-curricular activities.

 

Pupil Premium Spending by project 2014-2015

Project/Item

Cost

Objectives

Outcomes

Additional Tuition

£18,704.46

·         To employ a part time experienced teacher to work with individuals and small groups of pupils who require specific support to reach their full potential in Reading, Writing and Maths across the school.

·         To ensure pupils at risk of underachieving make good or better progress.

·         Assessment and tracking shows that these pupils are making progress.

·         Pupils supported and demonstrating greater confidence and self-esteem

Interventions

£8,892

·         To provide additional TA support to provide interventions to address pupils’ needs on a small group basis.

·         To improve pupil confidence and self-esteem

·         To improve pupil achievement for pupils at risk of underachieving.

·         Interventions for phonics, Reading, Writing and Maths implemented across the school in addition to the daily whole class lessons.

·         Pupils supported and demonstrating greater confidence and self-esteem

·         Assessment and tracking shows that these pupils are making progress.

Interventions: Vocational

 

£1,095

·         To improve the behaviour, confidence and self-esteem of targeted pupils, which will then impact on all areas of learning.

·         To provide alternative learning opportunities for pupils at risk of underachieving.

·         Forest school activities implemented – pupils attending these interventions are now demonstrating greater engagement in lessons and improved self esteem.

Free access to extra-curricular activities, including after school clubs, breakfast clubs and visits

£612.00

·         To ensure all pupils have equal access to valuable extra-curricular activities and remove financial barriers that may exist.

·         Pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium funding now claim free breakfast clubs, afterschool activities such as taekwondo and cost of residential trips etc.

 

  Year 2 Performance Data

Performance of pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium Funding 2014-2015

 

 

2014/2015

 

Pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium reaching age expected target

Non Pupil-Premium Children

reaching age expected target

Whole Cohort

 

reaching age expected target

Reading

100%

100%

100%

Writing

100%

100%

100%

Mathematics

100%

100%

100%

 

 

Year 6 Performance Data

Performance of pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium Funding 2014-2015

 

 

2014/2015

 

Pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium

meeting expected progress

Non Pupil-Premium Children

meeting expected progress

Whole Cohort

 

meeting expected progress

Reading

100%

96%

97%

Writing

100%

93%

93%

Mathematics

100%

89%

90%