School use 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.

Overview of the School 2017-18

Number of pupils  and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Number of pupils on roll: 265

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG:

  • Year 1 to Year 6=37
  • EY= 4
  • POST LAC=1

Total amount of PPG received: £54,580

Provisional Spending Outline for 2017-2018

 

Nature of support/

intervention

Description Allocation Impact at the end of the year.
Enhanced learning support provision

to diminish the difference

To ensure children attain and progress at least in line with national none disadvantaged pupils.

 

Two additional teachers deliver interventions daily.

  £49,000  
Enrichment opportunities to enhance most able disadvantages Disadvantaged pupils to access extra-curricular clubs and Y6 residential trips with no financial barriers.   £3,300
SALT To deliver high quality SALT as early intervention. Employing a SALT to work with PP pupils in EYFS and providing Elkan training for KS1/KS2 TA.   £2280

Pupil Premium Overview 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

 

Spending Outline and Outcome

 

Nature of support/

intervention

Description Allocation Outcomes and 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 At the end of KS2 in 2017:

Attainment

67% of PP pupils achieved age related expectations in reading, with 33% achieving the higher standard in reading.

 

67% of PP pupils achieved age related expectations in writing and GaPS, with 33% achieving the higher standard in writing and GaPS.

 

67% of PP pupils achieved age related expectations in maths, with 33% achieving the higher standard in maths.

 

Progress

100% of PP pupils made expected progress.

 

Emotional Wellbeing

Art therapist completed whole class therapy sessions with Y1,2,5,6 as well as 1:1 therapy. Great impact on pupil behaviour, anxieties and self-esteem evident. (Class and Pupil voice) Y6 prepared for transition to High School. Y6 PP/SEND pupil received additional transition visits to KS3 SEND resource with member of staff.

 

Staff training

TA achieved Level 1 qualification for Doughnut Resilience.

NQT trained to deliver pyramid club.

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 disadvantages -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