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Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is money given to the school by the Government to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils.

It was  introduced in April 2011  for children  who were registered as eligible for Free School Meals (FSM)  and children who have been continuously been looked after for more than six months.

From April 2012, pupil premium funding was extended to all children eligible for free school meals at any point in the past 6 years.

In 2017/18, the allocation of pupil premium for each eligible child is:

      Up to £300 for pupils aged 3 to 4 years; Early Years Pupil Premium.

Since the introduction of Pupil Premium funding, the school has received:

 

In 2011-2012, we received £23,912

In 2012-2013, we received £53,578

In 2013-2014 we received £90,535

In 2014-2015 we received £116,424

In 2015-2016 we received £117,472

In 2016-2017 we received £103,970

In 2017-2018 we received £ 87,120

 

How the money has been used

The money has been used to:

·         Continue to provide Reading Manager to work with children, parents and staff to improve reading strategies and confidence in reading.

·         Continue to provide specialist support for reading recovery for children on a one to one basis.

·         Provide Team Teaching, focused intervention strategies to raise standards.

·         Provide subsidies for educational visits including year 6 residential.

·         Continue to provide the successful pre-school and popular lunchtime sport activities.

·         Provide specialist support for speech and language for target children.

·         Continue to provide drama therapy for children who have barriers to learning to December 2017 and now play therapy from January 2018..

·         Homework clubs and Holiday club revision classes.

·         Provide an assessment tracking system so that we can see the impact of interventions.

·         Continue to provide training for teachers and teaching assistants in raising standards.

·         Provide afterschool workshops and activities for our stakeholders; parents, carers, children and governors.

 

All pupils have been able to take part in an increasing variety of educational visits and curriculum enrichment opportunities which engage them in their learning. We use pupil premium to identify children on FSM and target their learning and progress.

 

Impact

The progress of pupils in receipt of ‘Pupil Premium’ funding is monitored very carefully.

For example, we use some Pupil Premium funding to improve standards on reading.

A detailed report on the impact of Pupil Premium is presented to the governors annually.

 

The Results of Attainment Levels in 2016 at Key Stage 2 were:

 

Key Stage 2 Attainment for Mathematics, Reading and Writing: Disadvantaged Pupils

Maths Attainment

Writing Attainment

Reading Attainment

Cohort

Cohort

Assessed

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

School      National

      %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

All pupils

31

31

    74           75

   13           21

   71            68

   10           16

   71           76

   10            25

Gender

Male

Female

   18

   13

      18

      13

   72            74

   77            77

   17           22

    8            19

 

   67            62

   77            75

 

    6             11

   15            20

   67           72

   77           80

    6             22

   15            29

Disadvantaged

Other

   14

   17

      14

      17

   79            62

   71            79

    0            11

   24           23

   71            54

   71            72

    7              8

   12            18

   71           63  

   71           79

     0            14

   18            28

14 pupils (Y2),  42% of the class were in receipt of the Pupil Premium fundin:

•       79% of disadvantaged children achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in maths which was 17% above the national     figure (62%)

•       0% ‘exceeded the expected Standard’ in maths which was 11% below the national figure (11%)

•       71% achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in writing which was 17% above the national figure (54%)

•       7% exceeded the ‘expected Standard’ in writing which was 1% below the national figure (8%)

 

 

 

The Results of Attainment Levels in 2017 at Key Stage 2 were:

Maths Attainment

Writing Attainment

Reading Attainment

Cohort

Cohort

Assessed

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

School      National

      %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

All pupils

32

31

   87            75

   45           23

   81           76

   13           18

   81            72

    26           25

Gender

Male

Female

   13

   19

 

     12

     19

   67            75

 100            75

 

   33           24

   53           21

 

   58           70

   95           82

     8           13

   16           23

   58            68

   95            75

      8           22

    37           28

Disadvantaged

Other

   12

   20

     12

     19

   92           63

   84           80

   42           13

   47           27

   75           66

   84           80

   17           10

   11           27

   75            60

   84            77

    17           14

    32           29

 

12 pupils, 38% of the class were in receipt of the Pupil Premium funding and 12 of these pupils took part in the KS2 SATS:

•       92% of disadvantaged children achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in maths which was 29% above the national figure (63%)

•       42% ‘exceeded the expected Standard’ in maths which was 29% above the national figure (13%)

•       75% achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in writing which was 9% above the national figure (66%)

•       17%  exceeded the ‘expected Standard’ in writing which was 7% above the national figure (10%)

                75% achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in reading which was 15% above the national figure (60%)

                     17% exceeded the ‘expected Standard’ in reading which was 3% above the national figure (14%)

                     71% achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in reading which was 8% above the national figure (63%)

Our disadvantaged children are well above the national progress standard.

 

 

2016/2017

 

The Pupil Premium is money given to the school by the Government to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils.

It was  introduced in April 2011  for children  who were registered as eligible for Free School Meals (FSM)  and children who have been continuously been looked after for more than six months.

From April 2012, pupil premium funding was extended to all children eligible for free school meals at any point in the past 6 years.

In 2017/18, the allocation of pupil premium for each eligible child is:

      Up to £300 for pupils aged 3 to 4 years; Early Years Pupil Premium.

Since the introduction of Pupil Premium funding, the school has received:

 

In 2011-2012, we received £23,912

In 2012-2013, we received £53,578

In 2013-2014 we received £90,535

In 2014-2015 we received £116,424

In 2015-2016 we received £117,472

In 2016-2017 we received £103,970.

 

How the money has been used

The money has been used to:

·         Continue to provide Reading Manager to work with children, parents and staff to improve reading strategies and confidence in reading.

·         Continue to provide specialist support for reading recovery for children on a one to one basis.

·         Provide Team Teaching, focused intervention strategies to raise standards.

·         Provide subsidies for educational visits including year 6 residential.

·         Continue to provide the successful pre-school and popular lunchtime sport activities.

·         Provide specialist support for speech and language for target children.

·         Continue to provide drama therapy for children who have barriers to learning.

·         Homework clubs and Easter revision classes including Tutor Trusts for Y5 Maths.

·         Provide an assessment tracking system so that we can see the impact of interventions.

·         Continue to provide training for teachers and teaching assistants in raising standards.

·         Provide afterschool workshops and activities for our stakeholders; parents, carers, children and governors.

 

All pupils have been able to take part in an increasing variety of educational visits and curriculum enrichment opportunities which engage them in their learning. We use pupil premium to identify children on FSM and target their learning and progress.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Impact

The progress of pupils in receipt of ‘Pupil Premium’ funding is monitored very carefully.

For example, we use some Pupil Premium funding to improve standards on reading.

A detailed report on the impact of Pupil Premium is presented to the governors annually.

 

The Results of Attainment Levels in 2016 at Key Stage 2 were:

 

Key Stage 2 Attainment for Mathematics, Reading and Writing: Disadvantaged Pupils

Maths Attainment

Writing Attainment

Reading Attainment

Cohort

Cohort

Assessed

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

School      National

      %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

All pupils

30

26

   67            70

   27           17

   70           74

   20           15

   57            66

   10            19

Gender

Male

Female

   

  16

  14  

     

     14

     12

   

   69            70  

   64            70

   

   19           18

   36           15

 

   63           68

   79           81

   

     6           11

   36           19

   

   69            62

   43            70

   

     6            16

   14            22

Disadvantaged

Other

  19

  11

     16

     10

   63            76

   73            76

   16            20

   45            20

   63           79

   82           79

   16           18

   27           18

   47            72

   73            72

   11            23

     9            23

19 pupils, 63% of the class were in receipt of the Pupil Premium funding and 16 of these pupils took part in the KS2 SATS:

•       63% of disadvantaged children achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in maths which was 13% below the national     figure (76%)

•       16% ‘exceeded the expected Standard’ in maths which was 4% below the national figure (20%)

•       63% achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in writing which was 16% below the national figure (79%)

•       16% ‘exceeded the expected Standard’ in writing which was 2% below the national figure (18%)

•       47% achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in reading which was 25% below the national figure (72%)

•       11% ‘exceeded the expected Standard’ in reading which was 12% below the national figure (23%)

 

 

 

Key Stage 1 Attainment for Mathematics, Reading and Writing:  Disadvantaged Pupils

Maths Attainment

Writing Attainment

Reading Attainment

Cohort

Cohort

Assessed

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

School      National

      %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

School      National

    %               %

All pupils

30

30

    73            73

   20            18

   67            65

    3             13

   70            74

   10            24

Gender

Male

Female

   

  13

  17  

     

     13

     17

   

   39            72  

   76            74

   

   23            20

   18            16

 

   46           59

   82           73

   

     0           10

     6           17

   

   54             70

   82             78

   

     8            20

   12            27

Disadvantaged

Other

  10

  20

     10

     20

   60            77

   80            77

   10            20

   25            20

   50           70

   75           70

     0           15

     5           15

   60            78

   75            78

     0            27

    15           27

 

10 pupils( Yr2) , 33% of the class were in receipt of the Pupil Premium funding:

•       60% of disadvantaged children achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in maths which was 17% below the national figure (77%)

•       10% ‘exceeded the expected Standard’ in maths which was 10% below the national figure (20%)

•       50% achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in writing which was 20% below the national figure (70%)

•       60% achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in reading which was 18% below the national figure (78%)