Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure: Report for parents and governors 2014-15

Funding for 2015-16 - £89,600

The Pupil Premium is additional government funding given to schools so that they can address educational inequalities between children in school in order to ensure all have the opportunities to reach their full potential. It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility.

Pupil Premium Headlines Summer 2015

Closing the Gap – Attainment (Raiseonline 2015 Unvalidated Data)

Year 1 Phonic Data % Pupils reaching the required standard

 

2014

2015

 

School

National

School

National

All Pupils

78%

74%

79%

77%

Pupil Premium

75%

63%

71%

66%

Non Pupil Premium

79%

78%

80%

80%

Year 2 Cumulative Phonic Data

(Pupils who have reached the required standard by the end of Year 2)

Cohort

2015

 

School

National

All Pupils

90%

90%

Pupil Premium Pupils

100%

84%

Non Pupil Premium

86%

92%

Key Stage 1 Data – Average Points Scored (APS)

 Cohort

Reading

Writing

Maths

 

School

National

School

National

School

National

 All Pupils (39)

16.2

16.6

15.2

15.3

15.5

16.4

 Pupil Premium (11)

16.3

15.2

15.0

14.0

16.1

15.1

 Non Pupil Premium (28)

16.1

17.1

15.2

15.8

15.3

16.9

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Key Stage 2

 

Number Cohort

 Reading

 Writing

Maths

Read/Write/Maths

SPAG

 

 

L4

L5

L4

L5

L4

L5

L4

L5

L4

L5

All Pupils

45

87%

49%

78%

31%

84%

31%

76%

20%

87%

56%

Pupil
Premium

13

85%

31%

69%

15%

77%

15%

69%

15%

77%

38%

Non Pupil
Premium

32

88%

56%

81%

38%

88%

38%

78%

22%

91%

63%

 

 All Pupils
 Nationally

 

89%

48%

87%

36%

87%

41%

80%

24%

80%

55%

 Pupil Premium
 Pupils
 Nationally

 

83%

34%

79%

22%

80%

28%

70%

13%

71%

43%

Closing the Gap – Progress

 

Number Cohort

Reading

Writing

Maths

 

 

Expected Progress

Above Expected Progress

Expected Progress

Above Expected Progress

Expected Progress

Above Expected Progress

All Pupils

42

93%

33%

93%

29%

88%

26%

Pupil Premium

13

92%

54%

92%

38%

85%

38%

Non Pupil Premium

29

93%

24%

93%

24%

90%

21%

 

All Pupils Nationally

 

91%

33%

94%

36%

90%

34%

Impact in 2015

This vulnerable group made good progress in 2015

Attainment

  • 85% reached L4 reading compared to 73% in 2014
  • 69% reached L4 writing compared to 64% in 2014
  • 77% reached L4 maths compared to 73% in 2014

Progress

  • Reading: 92% made expected progress compared to 73% in 2014 and 54% made more than expected progress compared to 18% in 2014
  • Writing: 92% made expected progress compared to 82% in 2014 and 38% made more than expected progress compared to 18% in 2014
  • Maths: 85% made expected progress compared to 73% in 2014 and 38% made more than expected progress compared to 18% in 2014.
    These improved outcomes were the result of improved tracking and monitoring of disadvantaged pupils by the Pupil Premium Champion and the success of targeted intervention and support particularly in reading.

Spending for 2015-16

Our plan for the use of the money in the Year 2015-16 is below. We have largely targeted our funding on extra staffing in boosters and intervention. We are continuing to target reading by employing a Reading Advocate and by allocating additional hours to enable small group comprehension before school. In 2015-16 we will split Year 5 and 6 creating an extra maths group every day. Our Deputy Headteacher will teach this extra group daily, allowing focused work in smaller groups.

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2015-2016


Spent on

Objective

Desired Impact

Relative Cost

Pupil Premium Champion- MS 1 day/week from Jan 15

To monitor and track Pupil Premium pupils

To support staff with

individual support plans

To ensure appropriate extra support is identified where necessary

To monitor parental involvement

To develop and monitor the Pupil Premium Action

To inform the Governor responsible for Pupil Premium of progress within this area

  • Pupil Premium Action in place- all staff aware of Pupil Premium pupils and their learning needs
  • Detailed Pupil Premium tracking identifies individual learning needs
  • Increased parental engagement

 

High

Marking and Feedback

Live marking to identify errors and misconception in lesson

To improve assessment for learning

To offer maths surgeries

  • Misconceptions addressed and teaching reshaped-daily

Low

1:1 Pupil Conferences and Attitude Tracking

To improve attitudes to learning

To increase parental engagement through teacher/pupil/parent consultations 3x per year

  • Pupils have increased awareness of their learning needs and can articulate their strengths and areas to develop

Medium

Family Liaison officer

3 days

To improve attendance and punctuality

To give family support as required

  • Pastoral needs met
  • Attendance improved
  • Punctuality improved

 

High

Learning Mentor 3X week from Spring/Summer Term 15

To support individuals as needed to raise self- esteem and improve attitudes and learning behaviours

  • Improved attitudes to learning
  • Raised self esteem

Medium

TA led intervention programmes including Reading Comprehension Group 3X weekly

To identify need for extra support through half termly data interrogation and pupil progress meetings-short-term interventions planned

To improve reading comprehension of vulnerable readers

  • % pupils making expected progress increased
  • % of pupils making more than expected progress increases

High

Year 6 maths group taught by Deputy Headteacher 1X hour daily Sept 2015

To reduce class sizes

To improve self-confidence in maths

To ensure immediate extra support as required

  • Gaps in maths learning are identified and learning accelerates

High

Matheletics

To support learning within school and out of school hours

 

Medium

SALT-Speech and Language

To develop specific needs-Weekly programme

  • Improved speech and articulation increases self- confidence to participate fully in lessons
  • Accurate speech improves accuracy of writing

SALT-Speech and Language

Financial Support eg school trips, Breakfast Club, Cookery Club

To support pupils to a wide range of opportunities

  • Pupils able to participate in wide range of activities

Medium

1:1 Reading Programme and reading clubs – Reading Advocate/TA

To offer vulnerable readers 1:1 support for reading at least 3x per week

To monitor individual progress through weekly AR diagnostic report

  • % pupils reaching national ARE expectation increase
  • Number of pupils making expected/more than expected pupils increases

Medium