Pupil Premium

 

Reporting the use of Pupil Premium for Great Paxton CE Primary School

 

Overview

The Pupil Premium is designed to ensure that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most. 

In the 2018 to 2019 financial year, schools will receive the following funding for each pupil registered as eligible for free school meals (FSM) at any point in the last 6 years:

·         £1,320 for pupils in reception to year 6

·         £935 for pupils in year 7 to year 11

Schools will receive £2,300 for any pupil:

·         identified in the January 2018 school census or the alternative provision census as having left local authority care as a result of:

·         adoption

·         a special guardianship order

·         a child arrangements order (previously known as a residence order)

·         who has been in local authority care for 1 day or more

·         recorded as both eligible for FSM in the last 6 years and as being looked after (or as having left local authority care)

 

Pupil Premium is reviewed termly at the Standards Governor meeting.

 

Total amount allocated to the school for the current academic year.

Funding allocated to Great Paxton CE Primary School

2018-2019 = £27,770 Pupil Premium

 

Explain how the previous year’s allocation was spent? (2017-18)

Daily Programmes:

Sensory Circuit

All About Me Targets 1:1 support

Maths Interventions:

FirstClass@Number

Success@arithmatic

Power of Number

English Interventions:

Project Code X

Toe-by-toe

Speech and Language

Fischer Family Trust

Handwriting Intervention

Social/Self Esteem Support:

Memory Games

Lego Club

Yoga

Socially Speaking

Worry Book

General Support:

After school provision

Provision for meetings throughout the year for target setting and reviews

Providing extra-curricular provision for children

 

How will the money be spent this academic year? (2018-19)

 

Main barriers to educational achievement:

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

Social skills

Self-esteem 

Strategies to address barriers:

Running Sensory Circuit Programme Daily

Funding Places for After School Provision and Support

Enhancing Extra Curricular Activities and Opportunities

Target Setting and 1:1 Support on Targets

 

Statement about the effect of the expenditure on the educational attainment of those pupils who were eligible for pupil premium

Summary Statements of Impact:

 

 

 

Recorded below.

 

 

Summer 2018 Pupil Premium Progress Data Review

This progress data has been included to demonstrate the impact of our Pupil Premium spending.

 

  • 70% achieved their reading target
  • 10% exceeded their reading target
  • 80% achieved their writing target
  • 20% exceeded their writing target
  • 100% achieved their maths target
  • 20% exceeded their maths target

 

In the following tables, the colour of the target column refers to the success of the target – purple = exceeding target set, green = target achieved, red = did not achieve the target this year.

 

Reading

Name

NC Year

Deprivation

Service Child

Adopted/LAC

SEN

Previous Year

End of Year Data

TARGET

Child 1

2

YES

NO

NO

 

BELOW

PHASE 4/5

BELOW

16/40

WTS

Child 2

2

NO

NO

YES

 

BELOW

PHASE 3

BELOW

18/40

WTS

Child 3

3

YES

NO

NO

 

GD

32/40 T

ARE+

38/50

GD

Child 4

3

YES

NO

NO

 

WTS

17/40 T

WTS-

10/50

WTS

Child 5

3

YES

NO

NO

 

PKF

14/40 T

WTS-

29/50

BELOW

Child 6

4

YES

NO

NO

 

ARE

ARE

15/20

ARE

Child 7

5

NO

NO

YES

EHCP

BELOW

Y2 60%ARE

BELOW

29/40 Y2 test = ARE equiv

BELOW

Child 8

5

YES

NO

NO

 

ARE

ARE

14/20

ARE

Child 9

6

NO

YES

NO

 

GD

 

GD

Child 10

6

YES

NO

NO

 

WTS

 

WTS


Writing

Name

NC Year

Deprivation

Service Child

Adopted/LAC

SEN

Previous Year

End of Year Data

TARGET

Child 1

2

YES

NO

NO

 

BELOW

BELOW

1G, 12Y, 6R

WTS

Child 2

2

NO

NO

YES

 

BELOW

BELOW

4G, 6Y, 9R

WTS

Child 3

3

YES

NO

NO

 

ARE

100% ARE

ARE

19G, 2Y

ARE

Child 4

3

YES

NO

NO

 

PKF

39% ARE

WtS-

5G, 10Y, 6R

BELOW

Child 5

3

YES

NO

NO

 

PKF

5% ARE

WtS-

5G, 10Y, 6R

BELOW

Child 6

4

YES

NO

NO

 

ARE

ARE

18G, 2Y

ARE

Child 7

5

NO

NO

YES

EHCP

BELOW

Y2 40% ARE

BELOW

3G, 10Y, 12 R

BELOW

Child 8

5

YES

NO

NO

 

ARE

ARE

24G, 1Y

ARE

Child 9

6

NO

YES

NO

 

GD

GD

GD

Child 10

6

YES

NO

NO

 

BELOW

BELOW

BELOW

 

Maths

Name

NC Year

Deprivation

Service Child

Adopted/LAC

SEN

Previous Year

End of Year Data

TARGET

Child 1

2

YES

NO

NO

 

WTS

WTS

18/60

WTS

Child 2

2

NO

NO

YES

 

BELOW

BELOW

2/60 (Y2)

BELOW

Child 3

3

YES

NO

NO

 

ARE

39/60 T

ARE

32/50

ARE

Child 4

3

YES

NO

NO

 

PKF

6/60 T

BELOW

8/20 Y2

BELOW

Child 5

3

YES

NO

NO

 

PKF

8/60 T

WTS-

5/60

 

BELOW

Child 6

4

YES

NO

NO

 

ARE

ARE

32/50

ARE

Child 7

5

NO

NO

YES

EHCP

BELOW

Y2 40% ARE

BELOW

39/50 Y2 test ARE equiv

BELOW

Child 8

5

YES

NO

NO

 

ARE

ARE+

51/60

 

ARE

Child 9

6

NO

YES

NO

 

GD

GD

GD

Child 10

6

YES

NO

NO

 

BELOW

Wts-

BELOW

 

 Outcomes Summary 2017-8

In the year groups where formal assessment is recorded, we had no Pupil Premium children assessed against GLD or Phonics. In KS1 SATs and KS2 SATs we only had 2 children in each group which can make it difficult to draw conclusions from the data regarding the impact of Pupil Premium spending.

 

Phonics check by the end of Y2

No of children

% of cohort

National 2018

Succeeded in the Y1 phonics check

12

86

92%

Pupil Premium children

0% (0/2)

0% (0/2)

86% (2017)

 

Outcomes for end of Y2 - Reading

No of children

% of cohort

National 2018

Achieved or exceeded end of year expectations

11

79

75.5%

Greater depth

1

7

25.7%

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium children - Achieved or exceeded

0% (0/2)

0% (0/2)

63% (2017)

Pupil Premium children  - Greater depth

0% (0/2)

0% (0/2)

 

 

Outcomes for end of Y2 - Writing

No of children

% of cohort

National 2018

Achieved or exceeded end of year expectations

10

71

70%

Greater depth

0

0

15.9%

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium children - Achieved or exceeded

0% (0/2)

0% (0/2)

54% (2017)

Pupil Premium children  - Greater depth

0% (0/2)

0% (0/2)

 

 

Outcomes for end of Y2 - Maths

No of children

% of cohort

National 2018

Achieved or exceeded end of year expectations

9

64

76.1%

Greater depth

1

7

21.8%

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium children - Achieved or exceeded

0% (0/2)

0% (0/2)

62% (2017)

Pupil Premium children - Greater depth

0% (0/2)

0% (0/2)

 

 

 

End of Y6        

Achieved or exceeded

Exceeded (Greater Depth)

Pupil Premium children

Number

%

Number

%

Reading

1 / 2

50

1 / 2

50

Writing

1 / 2

50

1 / 2

50

EGPS

1 / 2

50

1 / 2

50

Maths

1 / 2

50

1 / 2

50

RWM combined

1 / 2

50

1 / 2

50

 

Expenditure of Pupil Premium 2017-2018 – overcoming barriers:

Dates

Activity or intervention

Year Group

Barrier to learning

Total Cost

Evidence / Impact

September 2017-   January 2018

Memory Games

5

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£75.60

Visual memory baseline score increased.

September 2017-April 2018

FirstClass@Number

3,4

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£595.08

 

Average Progress of group: -

1 child increased from 5yrs 7months to 7yrs 6 months

1 child increased 6 years 3 months to 7 years 5 months (Sandwell Test)

 

September 2017-April 2018

Sensory Circuit

R,1,2,3,4,5,6

Social skills

Self-esteem 

 

£756

Run every day to help prepare children for the day at school.

Sept 2017– July 2018

All About Me Targets

1-6

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£4989.60

Target set and agreed with parents and reviewed.

September 2017 – July 2018

Power of Number

5

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£113,40

Achieved Power of 4

Sept 2017– July 2018

Project Code X

3,5

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£756

 

+£5000 resources

Y5 - Moved 5 book bands during the year, y3 score improved 10/20 to 14/20

September 2017 – July 2018

FirstClass@Number

6

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£793.44

Average Progress of group: -

12 months in a 12 week period Autumn Term

5 months in a 6 week period Spring Term

3 months in a 6 week period Summer Term

 

Sept 2017-July 2018

Lego Club

2, 3,5,6

Social skills

Self-esteem 

 

£642.20

Baselines scores improved for Emotional and social needs.

Sept 2017-July 2018

Yoga

2, 3, 4,5

Social skills

Self-esteem 

 

£867.83

 

January 2018- April 2018

Toe-by-toe

3

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£50.40

Improved phonic knowledge

Increase score of phonemes

 

January 2018-April 2018

FirstClass@Number

2

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£252

 

Average Progress of group: -

1 child increased from 5yrs 8months to 6yrs 8 months

1 child increased 4 years 7months to 5 years 7 months (Sandwell Test)

January 2018 - July 2018

Speech and Language

R, 2

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£378

Present and future tense achieved

 

January 2018 - July 2018

Fischer Family Trust

2

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£756

Improved phonic knowledge, Increase score of phonemes, finger spaces now used, key words, writing sustained over a period of time,

 

January 2018 – July 2018

Handwriting Intervention

3,4, 5,6

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£453.60

Clear ascenders/descenders and joining

April 2018 - July 2018

Socially Speaking

2

Social skills

Self-esteem 

 

£201.60

Increased participation and use of language in social situations.

 

April 2018 - July 2018

Worry Book

2

Social skills

Self-esteem 

 

£37.80

Self-esteem maintained level (Rosenburg Questionnaire)

 

September 2017-July 2018

After school provision

R,1,2,3,4,5,6

Provision for homework, developing positive relationships.

Undisclosed

Funding to provide places for children at the after school club

September 2017-July 2018

Provision for meetings throughout the year for target setting and reviews

R,1,2,3,4,5,6

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£2400

Providing 12 days cover to allow teachers/head/tas to meet every half term to review targets and progress

September 2017-July 2018

Providing extra-curricular provision for children

R,1,2,3,4,5,6

Self-esteem – increasing the opportunities for children to participate in activities and events.

Undisclosed

Cost of extra trips, residential trips and costs of extra adult support for children with higher needs

 

 

 

 

£19120.55

 

 

 Number of pupils currently in school eligible for Pupil Premium 2018-19:

 Year Group

Deprivation Pupil Premium

Service Child Premium

Adopted from Care/Looked After

Total

R

2

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

3

1

0

1

0

4

3

0

0

0

5

1

0

0

0

6

1

0

1

0

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