Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-17

Number of pupils  and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Number of pupils on roll: 267

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG:

  • Year 1 to Year 6= 44
  • EY= 0
  • POST LAC=1

Total amount of PPG received: £60,000

Provisional Spending Outline

Nature of support/

intervention

Description Allocation Intended Impact
Enhanced learning support provision

to diminish the difference

Staffing resources:

-1:1 and small group teaching assistant interventions.

-1:1 and small group additional teacher interventions.

-Booster classes-Year 6.

£48,800 100% of pupil premium pupils to make at least expected progress.

 

Gap to narrow between performance of those pupils eligible for PPG and those not.

 

Pupils self-esteem and enjoyment to increase, improving behaviour, attendance and punctuality in school.

 

To improve pupil resilience.

 

To enable pupils to access after school clubs and school trips.

 

To give staff appropriate training in a variety of collaborative approaches to use in class to engage all learners.

Leadership release time Pupil Premium leader to be released in order to carry out analysis of data and provision.
Resources and materials to diminish the difference -Reading materials.

-online subscriptions (espresso).

-Outdoor Resources.

£3000
Emotional wellbeing -Time to Talk.

-Art therapist.

-Doughnut resilience.

-Pyramid club

-Play pod

£5000
Enrichment opportunities to enhance most able disadvantaged -Contribution towards school trips.

-Pay for Most Able Maths and English afterschool clubs-Y3 to Y6.

-After school clubs: art, cross-country, football, dance, computer club.

-Breakfast club.

£3000
Staff Training to diminish the difference -Teaching assistants attending courses on developing high quality support. £200

 

Pupil Premium Overview 2015-16

Number of pupils  and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Number of pupils on roll: 266

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG:

  • Year 1 to Year 6= 41
  • EY= 1
  • POST LAC=1

Total amount of PPG received: £57,200

 

Spending Outline and Outcome

 

Nature of support/

intervention

Description Allocation Outcomes and Impact
Enhanced learning support provision Staffing resources:

-1:1 and small group teaching assistant interventions.

-1:1 and small group additional teacher interventions.

-Booster classes-Year 6.

£47,000 At the end of KS2 in 2016:

 

Attainment

100% of PP pupils achieved age related expectations in maths.

100% of PP pupils achieved age related expectations in writing.

75% of PP pupils achieved age related expectations in maths.

 

Progress

100% of PP pupils made expected progress.

25% of them made accelerated progress in reading, writing and maths.

 

Pupil Voice

 

Increase in self-esteem, enjoyment and reliance in PP pupils.

Leadership release time Pupil Premium leader to be released in order to carry out analysis of data and provision.
Resources and materials -Reading materials.

-Online subscriptions (Espresso).

-Numicon resources.

-Outdoor Provision

£5000
Emotional wellbeing -Time to Talk.

-Doughnut resilience.

-Pyramid club

 

£2000
Enrichment opportunities -Contribution towards school trips.

-Pay for Most Able Maths and English afterschool clubs-Y3 to Y6.

-After school clubs: gymnastics, football, dance club.

-Breakfast club.

£3000
Staff Training -Teaching assistants attending courses on developing high quality support.

-whole school Numicon training.

-Whole school focus on AfL and collaborative learning.

£200

Pupil premium 2014/15

Number of pupils  and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Number of pupils on roll: 269

Total amount of PPG received: £48,700

 

Nature of PPG spending/ Focus of support for 2014/15

School used the pupil premium allocation in a number of imaginative ways to assist in closing the gap for those children identified as being in a vulnerable group.  The following is a summary of strategies adopted:

  • The role of four Teaching Assistants was changed to working with individual and small groups of children to assist their learning across the school.
  • Two additional teachers to provide booster classes and for small group work for targeted interventions. 
  •  Provision of an outdoor classroom to enrich and enhance teaching through first hand learning experience in the natural environment whilst promoting wellbeing.
  • Booster classes during Easter Holidays – Y6
  • Guitar tuitions.
  • Subsidising of residential trips, educational trips and out of school club.
  • Additional resources in Literacy, Numeracy and ICT were purchased to enhance learning throughout the school including reading resources.
  • Teaching Assistants attended training courses on delivering high quality support and intervention in literacy and numeracy.
  • Whole school focus on Assessment for Learning, collaborative learning and raising achievement.
  •  Pyramid Club intervention

 

Impact of PPG Spending 2014-15

Key Stage 1

Pupil Premium Non-Pupil Premium
% L2+ Reading 92 93
% L2+ Writing 92 93
% L2+ Mathematics 100 93

 

Key Stage 2

Level 4+ Level 5+ 2 levels progress(expected progress)
School National School National School National
Reading 86% 89% 48% 48% 86% 91%
Writing 93% 87% 48% 36% 97% 94%
SPAG 83% 80% 76% 55%
Maths 90% 87% 52% 41% 93% 90%