Pupil Premium


Pupil Premium 2017-18

The school is in receipt of pupil premium funding for the financial year 2017-18 as follows:

£1,320 for each child considered to be financially deprived, or having been so at any time during the past 6 years.

£300 for each child who has a parent in the Services, or who has been in the Services for the past 6 years.

£1,900 for each child who was looked after by the Local Authority immediately before being adopted, or who was placed on special guardianship order or residence order immediately after being looked after.

Barriers to Learning

The barriers to learning for children in receipt of pupil premium at this school are as follows:-

  • Basic numeracy skills for children entering school are lower for those entitled to Pupil Premium
  • Some pupils entitled to Pupil Premium are also in the early stages of learning English, which affects their attainment across reading, writing and maths.
  • Oral language skills for children entering school are lower for those entitled to Pupil Premium which slows progress in reading and writing.
  • Attendance rates for pupils eligible for Pupil Premium was 94.2% in 2016/17 (whole school attendance 96.6%), which affects attainment.
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Pupil Premium 2107-18

For the financial year 2017-18 funding has been allocated for the following numbers in each category:

category

No. of pupils

Amount per pupil

Total amount

FSM (deprivation)

21

£1,320

£27,720

Parents in Services

11

£300

£3,300

Looked After Children

2

£1,900

£3,800

 

 

 

£34,820

 

How We are Spending Pupil Premium Funding in 2017-18

  • continuing to employ and train a Learning Support Assistant to deliver '1st Class @ Number' maths intervention, to boost attainment in maths
  • purchasing ‘Dynamo Maths’ to diagnose specific areas of difficulty and to support accelerated learning in maths, and employing a Learning Support Assistant to administer this
  • employing a teaching assistant to deliver the 'Boosting Reading Potential' programme, to boost reading progress
  • employing an Emotional Literacy Support Assistant to work with children who need support understanding and regulating their emotions and in building their self-esteem
  • using 'Language Link' for the screening of children in Speech and Language in Early Years, and for planning and monitoring interventions,and employing staff to use this
  • employing staff to deliver interventions such as Precision Teaching, and the Narrative Approach to accelerate literacy skills
  • employing staff to deliver the 'Booster Phonics' programme to accelerate phonics progress
  • paying for some children to attend after school sports clubs to boost their self confidence

 

Attainment of Children entitled to Pupil Premium end Y2 2017

End KS1 2016 (8 pupils)

 

Pupils eligible for Pupil Premium at this school

Pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium (national average)

% achieving end of KS1 expectations in reading

50

79

%  achieving end of KS1 expectations in writing

50

72

%  achieving end of KS1 expectations in maths

75

79

 

Pupil Premium 2106-17

For the financial year 2016-17 funding has been allocated for the following numbers in each category:

category

No. of pupils

Amount per pupil

Total amount

FSM (deprivation)

14

£1,320

£18,480

Parents in Services

16

£300

£4,800

Looked After Children

4

£1,900

£7,600

 

 

 

£30,880

 

How We Spent Pupil Premium Funding in 2016-17

In 2016-17 the school spent Pupil Premium funding on:-

  • continuing to employ and train a Learning Support Assistant to deliver '1st Class @ Number' maths intervention, to boost attainment in maths
  • purchasing ‘Dynamo Maths’ to diagnose specific areas of difficulty and to support accelerated learning in maths, and employing a Learning Support Assistant to administer this
  • employing a teaching assistant to deliver the 'Boosting Reading Potential' programme, to boost reading progress
  • providing further training for staff on  'Building Learning Power' to help children’s resilience, their co-operative skills, their ability to reflect on their learning and their understanding about how they learn best
  • training our year group leaders on how to accelerate progress of the children who are ‘close to’ achieving end of year expectations
  • using 'Language Link' for the screening of children in Speech and Language in Early Years, and for planning and monitoring interventions, and employing staff to use this
  • employing staff to deliver interventions such as Precision Teaching, and the Narrative Approach to accelerate literacy skills
  • employing staff to deliver the 'Booster Phonics' programme to accelerate phonics progress
  • paying for some children to attend after school sports clubs to boost their self confidence

 

Attainment of Children entitled to Pupil Premium end Y2 2016

End KS1 2016 (6 pupils)

 

Pupils eligible for Pupil Premium at this school

Pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium (national average)

% achieving end of KS1 expectations in reading

83%

78%

%  achieving end of KS1 expectations in writing

67%

70%

%  achieving end of KS1 expectations in maths

50%

77%