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.  The funding is allocated to Local Authorities and schools with pupils from Reception to Y11 who are eligible for free school meals (FSM), are looked after or have parents currently in the Armed Forces.  In 2017/18 the funding allocated was £1,320 per child, £300 for children of Armed Forces families and £1900 for Looked After Children.

 

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

2017-2018 = £19,220 Pupil Premium

Explain how the previous year’s allocation was spent? (2016-17)

Employment of a full time teacher to enable a smaller class size for one year group where there were the majority of the Pupil Premium Children in school. This also allowed the HLTA to be redirected to support PP children across the school for Interventions, Boosters and 1:1 support.

Training costs and resources for Maths Interventions and support – Success@arithmatic (Y5/6) and 1stclass@number (3/4)

Funding for residential trips for PP children.

Funding for daily Sensory Circuit Programme.

Provision for PP children in after school club.

How will the money be spent this academic year?

(2017-18)

 

 

Main barriers to educational achievement:

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

High amount of SEN and emotional needs in Y6 cohort.

Attention difficulties and anxiety.

Low self-esteem.

Provision for learning outside of home.

 

Strategies to address barriers:

Reduce Class Sizes

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:

 

 KS2 DATA for Pupil Premium Children 2017

  • 60% of PP pupils achieved ARE in Reading in 2017
  • 80% of PP pupils achieved ARE in Writing in 2017
  • 80% of PP pupils achieved ARE in Maths in 2017
  • 80% of PP pupils achieved ARE in SPAG in 2017
  • 60% of PP pupils achieved ARE in RWM Combined in 2017
  • 20% of PP pupils achieved Greater Depth in all subjects on 2017
  • Progress in reading for PP pupils was -0.78 (National +0.33)
  • Progress in writing for PP pupils was +1.67 (National +0.17)
  • Progress in maths for PP pupils was +1.01 (National +0.28)

 

Data for all PP Across the School 2017:

The following table shows the percentage of all pupil premium children across the school for reading, writing and maths and the standard they achieved for their year group.

Subject

Working Below the Expected Standard

Working Towards the Expected Standard

Achieved the Expected Standard or greater

Working Above the Expected Standard

Reading

8%

38%

54%

23%

Writing

15%

23%

62%

15%

Maths

15%

23%

62%

23%

 

Success@Arithmatic Progress (Y5/6 intervention and support)

Name

Pre-assessment

Post-assessment

Gain in 3 months

Current Age

Difference real age

Child 1

9:11

10:3

4

10:11

-0.8

Child 2

10:0

10:3

3

10:7

-0:7

Child 3

8:9

10:0

13

10:9

-0.7

Child 4

9:2

10:6

16

10:9

-0.3

Child 5

9:9

10:9

12

11:8

-0.8

Child 6

8:4

10:4

24

11:6

-1.2

Average Progress of group: - 12 months

 

IstClass@Number (Y3/4 intervention and support)

 

Name

Pre-assessment

Post-assessment

Gain in 3 months

Child 1

92 months

 96 months

4

Child 2

 95 months

98 months

3

Child 3

 76 months

 100 months

 24

Child 4

 86 months

106 months

20

Child 5

30 months

 50 months

 20

 

Average Progress of group: - 14 months

 

Number of pupils currently in school eligible for Pupil Premium:

 Year Group

Deprivation Pupil Premium

Service Child Premium

Adopted from Care Premium

LAC

Total

R

1

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

2

1

0

1

0

2

3

2

0

0

0

2

4

1

0

1

0

2

5

1

0

0

1

2

6

1

1

0

0

2

 

Expenditure of Pupil Premium – overcoming barriers:

Dates

Activity or intervention

Year Group

Barrier to learning

Total Cost

Evidence / Impact

April 2017 – July 2017

Success@Arithmatic

5,6

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£750

Average Progress of group: - 12 months

 

April 2017 – July 2017

1stclass@number

3,4

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£695

Average Progress of group: - 14 months

 

Sept 2017-July 2018

1stclass@number

1,2

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£775

Training currently being attended

Sept 2017-July 2018

Lego Club

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

Social skills

Self-esteem 

£500

Baselines carried out Autumn 2017 – to be reviewed Spring 2018

Sept 2017-July 2018

Yoga

4,5

Social skills

Self-esteem 

£500

Baselines carried out Autumn 2017 – to be reviewed Spring 2018

April 2017- Aug 2018

Small Class Size

6

Diminishing the difference – gaps in Literacy and Numeracy skills.

£10558

High needs in class, extra teacher to create a small single year group

April 2017-March 2018

Sensory Circuit

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

Social skills

Self-esteem 

£1186

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

April 2017-March 2018

After school provision

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

Provision for homework, developing positive relationships.

£1216

Funding to provide places for children at the after school club

April 2017-March 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.

£2040

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

April 2017-March 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.

£1000

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

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