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Pupil Premium

DfE Guidance on Pupil Premium Funding

The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011. Schools can make decisions about how to spend the Pupil Premium funding to ensure that there is a narrowing of the attainment gap.

The Pupil Premium provides funding for pupils:

  • pupils who qualify for free school meals, or have done at any time in the past six years (£1300 per child)
  • pupils who have a parent serving in the armed forces (£300 per child)
  • pupils who are in the care of, or provided with accommodation by an English local authority (LA) (looked after children LAC) (£1,900 per child)
  • pupils who were looked after by an English or Welsh local authority before being adopted, or who left care on a special guardianship order or child arrangements order (Post LAC) (£1900 per child)

Schools are held accountable for the spending of these monies, and performance tables will capture the achievement of disadvantaged students covered by the Pupil Premium.

 

This document outlines the proposed spend of the Pupil Premium 2017/18.

The school’s strategy for the 2017/18 year aims to address the following barriers to educational achievement among its pupils eligible for pupil premium

PPG Plan 2017-18 review May18

 

The key objectives:

 

Spending to be reviewed at regular intervals for each objective to ensure it is in line with our expectations and the proposed plan.

 

2016- 2017 performance of disadvantaged pupils (whole cohort vs FSM)

(pupils eligible for free school meals or in local authority care for at least six months)

All Pupils FSM/CLA Pupils Non FSM/CLA Pupils
Year Group↓ Reading Writing Maths Reading Writing Maths Reading Writing Maths
1 318/75= 4.24 296/75= 3.95 315/75= 4.20 89/24= 3.71 84/24= 3.50 88/24= 3.67 2.29/51= 4.49 212/51= 4.16 227/51= 4.45
2 299/77= 3.88 310/77= 4.03 383/77= 4.97 82/25= 3.28 78/25= 3.12 97/25= 3.88 217/52= 4.17 232/52= 4.46 286/52= 5.50
3 683/98=

6.97

1022/98=

10.43

688/98=

7.02

139/18=

7.12

170/18=

9.44

164/18=

9.11

544/80=

6.80

852/80=

10.65

524/80=

6.55

4 480/80=

6.00

504/80=

6.30

497/80=

6.21

103/23=

4.48

130/23=

5.65

125/23=

5.43

377/57=

6.61

374/57=

6.56

372/57=

6.53

5 612/83 = 7.37 364/83 = 4.39 400/83 = 4.82 157/25 = 6.28 123/25 = 4.92 92/25 = 3.68 455/58 = 7.84 241/58 = 4.16 308/58 = 5.31
6 1960/83 = 23.61 2085/83 = 25.12 2128/83 = 25.64 565/24 = 23.54 583/24 = 24.29 608/24 = 25.33 1395/59 = 23.64 1502/59 = 25.46 1520/59 = 25.76

 

Ex+ = Made Expected progress or more from Summer 2016 – Summer 2017

Acc = Made accelerated progress from Summer 2016 – Summer 2017

This document outlines the proposed spend of the Pupil Premium 2017/ 2018.

The school’s strategy for the 2017/ 2018 year aims to address the following barriers to educational achievement among its pupils eligible for pupil premium

 

Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received April 2016
Total number of pupils on roll (September 2016) 720
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 175 (24%)
Amount of PPG received per pupil (LAC / FSM) £1,900 / £1,320
Total amount of PPG received 2016/2017 £91,740

 

 

 

 

The key objectives:

 

Spending to be reviewed at regular intervals for each objective to ensure it is in line with our expectations and the proposed plan.

Nature of support and Actions for 2017/ 2018
 

Subsidising of educational trips and visits for PP pupils across the year (£15 per pupil x6)

Reading Recovery

Beanstalk (reading)

Phonics booster groups in R, Y1 and Y2

Literacy and Numeracy booster groups

Vocabulary oral language intervention (Vocabulary focus: Literacy, Numeracy and Topic)

Lego Therapy

 

1:1 Speech and Language therapy

Speech and Language therapy groups

Narrative therapy

 

Art therapy

Counselling

Pharos Group

Nature Group

Self-regulation groups

Friendship groups

Family therapy

 

Music (keyboard, guitar and choir)

Residentials

Drama (Shakespear school)

Breakfast club

Art club

Tutor Trust Tuition

Shine Project

 

Other funding to be spent in response to needs of PP pupils arising throughout the academic year

 

£7,200

£4,320

£2,288

£3,620

£3,456

£7,020

 

£760

 

£16,425

£2,883

£3,348

 

£18,265

£1,3032

£1,042

£1,042

£3,510

£2,500

Free (voluntary)

 

£4,032

£5,160

£2,300

£2,700

£750

£1,215

£1,458

Total £108,326

 

Key Objectives and Curriculum focus of PPG spending 2016/17
Maths progress and attainment.

Reading and Writing progress and attainment.

English and Maths through other curriculum areas.

Y1 & Y2 Phonics, including targeted groups.

Narrowing the gap, ensuring good or better progress in Reading, Writing and Maths.

Literacy and Numeracy booster groups, children identified from half termly progress meetings.

Half-termly Educational trips, focused on Vocabulary, to enrich language acquisition, literacy skills and enrichment opportunities.

 

Measuring the impact of PPG spending
The progress and attainment of all pupils entitled to the pupil premium is tracked extensively throughout their time at school.

 

 

 

2016- 2017 performance of disadvantaged pupils (whole cohort vs FSM)

(pupils eligible for free school meals or in local authority care for at least six months)

All Pupils FSM/CLA Pupils Non FSM/CLA Pupils
Year Group↓ Reading Writing Maths Reading Writing Maths Reading Writing Maths
1 318/75= 4.24 296/75= 3.95 315/75= 4.20 89/24= 3.71 84/24= 3.50 88/24= 3.67 2.29/51= 4.49 212/51= 4.16 227/51= 4.45
2 299/77= 3.88 310/77= 4.03 383/77= 4.97 82/25= 3.28 78/25= 3.12 97/25= 3.88 217/52= 4.17 232/52= 4.46 286/52= 5.50
3 683/98=

6.97

1022/98=

10.43

688/98=

7.02

139/18=

7.12

170/18=

9.44

164/18=

9.11

544/80=

6.80

852/80=

10.65

524/80=

6.55

4 480/80=

6.00

504/80=

6.30

497/80=

6.21

103/23=

4.48

130/23=

5.65

125/23=

5.43

377/57=

6.61

374/57=

6.56

372/57=

6.53

5 612/83 = 7.37 364/83 = 4.39 400/83 = 4.82 157/25 = 6.28 123/25 = 4.92 92/25 = 3.68 455/58 = 7.84 241/58 = 4.16 308/58 = 5.31
6 1960/83 = 23.61 2085/83 = 25.12 2128/83 = 25.64 565/24 = 23.54 583/24 = 24.29 608/24 = 25.33 1395/59 = 23.64 1502/59 = 25.46 1520/59 = 25.76

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