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Pupil Premium 2016-2017

Pupil Premium Grant 2016-2017

 

Total number of pupils on roll Reception and Key Stage 1

 

361

 

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

 

83

 

Amount of PPG received per pupil

 

£1320

 

Total amount of PPG received

 

£109560

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total number of pupils on roll

Nursery

 

87

 

Total number of pupils eligible for EYPPG

 

18

 

Total amount of EY PPG received

 

£5270

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Academic year 2015/2016 End of Key Stage 1 (Year 2)

Disadvantaged pupils (27 children) – Comparison of expected+ with National Average for other pupils

 

Subjects

School

2016

National 2016

Difference

 

PP

(27)

All Pupils

School PP- Nat difference

Reading Exp+

82%

74%

+8%

Reading Greater Depth

41%

24%

+17%

Writing Exp+

82%

65%

+17%

Writing Greater Depth

31%

13%

+18%

Maths Exp+

88%

73%

+15%

Maths Greater Depth

41%

18%

+23%

 

 

 

The disadvantaged children in the school are achieving above National expectations for other pupils according to data at the end of Key Stage 1 2016

 

 

Intervention

Need Addressed

Impact of Provision

Cost £

Family Support Worker one morning per week.

 

Family Support and advice, offers a range of support according to the families and their individual needs

Families supported as required

2700

Targeted support for reading, writing and mathematics in year 2 from teacher support and teaching assistants (30% of costs).

Children with low attainment, or making less than expected progress, are given extra support by a teacher and / or  teaching assistants in all so that the children can make rapid progress.

In Reading 82% of disadvantaged children achieved the expected level or better, in Maths 88% achieved the expected level or better, in Writing 82% achieved the expected level or better

30900

Teaching assistants and Early Years Practitioner in Year 1 to work with children on the enhanced provision (activities and resources to enable children to develop independent learning based on class based input) and provide medical support for individual children.  (30% of costs)

Children able to access all areas of the curriculum through the enhanced provision inside and outside.

Children developing fine motor skills, speaking and listening, physical, creative, mathematical, understanding the world, personal, social and emotional skills.

79% of disadvantaged children (without SEN)  achieved the phonics screening in year 1 2016.(Local Authority 69% 2016)

35400

EYPs  in Reception and Nursery to work across the year group supporting children in the prime areas and reading, writing and mathematics.

Targeted support for children in groups or individually according to need.

In Nursery 83% of disadvantaged children achieved the expected level or better in Reading (Other pupils 57%)

100% of disadvantaged children achieved the expected level of better in Writing,

89% of disadvantaged children  achieved the expected level or better in Number

24130

Speech therapist (4 hours fortnightly)

Targeted support for individual children.

All children making progress. Monitored by Senior Leadership Team.

3600

After school clubs

After school club place offered to all disadvantaged children. Lunchtime sports club for groups of children.

100% of disadvantaged children in key stage 1 taken part in extra curriculum activities over last 18 months.

1100

Swimming

Majority of children in key stage 1 are non-swimmers.

All children in key stage 1 to have swimming lessons at minimum cost to parents / carers.

4000

Individual support for families with below average attendance / family concerns.

Support offered according to need.

Improved attendance for some children, all children have individual plans and progress is tracked.

3000

 

Future Action Steps

  • Identify children in Nursery and provide support according to need.
  • Continue to identify disadvantaged children throughout the school
  • Close the in school gap in attainment from Reception to Year 1
  • To increase the personal and social skills of the disadvantaged children in key stage 1.