Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium

Report to Parents 2016-2017

The Pupil Premium funding is allocated to children from low-income families who are currently known to be eligible for Free School Meals. There is also funding for children who are in care or adopted and for children from ‘Service families’.

It is for schools to decide how they spend their pupil premium funding.

Below is a summary of the Pupil Premium budget for 2016-2017 showing how the money has been spent so far and how we intend to spend the funding this financial year.


Pupil Premium Funding

     

Pupils on Roll and Pupil Premium Grant Received

Total number on roll

247

Total number of pupils eligible for pupil premium grant (including Ever 6)

35

Pupil premium grant per child

EVER 6 FSM :  £30,360                                             

Children in care : £3,800

Post CLA: 3000

Services : £1500

 

 

 

Total premium grant 2015/16

£38,660 

 

 

Pupil Premium funding expenditure April 2016-2017

Inclusion Coordinator

1.5xday per week Inclusion manager

£12,500

Teacher support group

p.w

Boys writing club/newsletter ½ hour per week Teacher support. 6 weeks

£120

Autumn term 2016

Phonics booster group 3x 15 mins per week £360

 

LSA support 1:1 p.w

Summer term 2016  £756

7 PP children receiving 4x week intervention

Autumn term 2016 £756

7 PP children receiving intervention 4 x week

 

LSA group pw

Phonics booster group Summer term 2016

£648 3 x 2 hours per week

Phonics booster group Autumn term 2016

2x 15 mins per week 

£54

 

ELSA support

£1320 Summer term 5x mornings

£2970 Autumn term 4.5 days per week

 

 

After school clubs

£70 CIC SUMMER TERM 2016

Karate 14 weeks

Resources

Inclusion room £100 resources

Sensory toys £30

Personal Care

Various £100

Speech and Language

 

ELKLAN training £800 ( Inc training, petrol and cover)

1 LSA

Speech Link license £275

 

TEAM TEACH training

6x members of staff

£1200

Total spent so far

£22,059

ELKLAN To further support our children with speech and language difficulties (currently 5 pupil premium children receiving support from the SALT team) We are training one of our LSAs to become a Speech and Language Teaching Assistant in school. She will mainly support Year R where the need for support is great, but she will also work alongside a KS1 teaching assistant to ensure children are receiving adequate support.

Team Teach Training  We are training 6 members of staff to allow us to further develop positive handling strategies (with safety being paramount) to support children with emotional and mental health difficulties who may need physical restraint or intervention. The training should help to reduce incidents, improve safety and boost staff confidence. Plus training helps employers meet their obligations under Health & Safety legislation.

Interventions  9 of our pupil premium children are receiving intervention in English , Maths. This includes the SIDNEY programme , Fisher Family Trust, Precision Teaching, LIFT OFF and First Class at number. We are working hard as a school to ensure the work that the children complete in interventions is having an impact on what we see in class and their overall progress.

Pupil Premium

Report to Parents 2015-2016

The Pupil Premium funding is allocated to children from low-income families who are currently known to be eligible for Free School Meals. There is also funding for children who are in care or adopted and for children from ‘Service families’.

It is for schools to decide how they spend their pupil premium funding.

Below is a summary of the Pupil Premium budget for 2015-2016 showing how the money has been spent.


Pupil Premium Funding
     

Pupils on Roll and Pupil Premium Grant Received

Total number on roll

237

Total number of pupils eligible for pupil premium grant (including Ever 6)

35

Pupil premium grant

£25,080   FSM  

£5,400    Children in care

£900       Service Children

£ 3,800   Post CLA

 

 

Total premium grant 2015/16

£31,380

              

Pupil Premium funding expenditure April 2015-2016

Inclusion Coordinator

2 x day per week –Inclusion Manager

£ 16,600

Teacher support group

p.w

Autumn term 2015

1:1 support 3x week  ½  hour  3 pp children with phonics £720

Newsletter club ½ hour per week 7 PP boys: TEACHER support. Spring term

£120

Challenge maths day    2x pp children Teacher £180 and LSA £54 support

LSA support 1:1 p.w

£ 2880  1:1 LSA  4x week learning interventions 8 PP children

First Class at number training £900

LSA group pw

Phonics booster groups 3 x 2 hours per week

Spring term £ 594

 

ELSA support

3 hours each morning  £7200

7 PP children have had 1:1 sessions

After school clubs

£ 195  39 weeks Karate (CIC)

Additional lunchtime support

CIC

Spring Term 2016 1 hour MSA support daily

£7.50 p/h   £412

Life enriching experiences

  • 6  PP children attended swimming sessions in the summer 2015 £84 

  • 1 PP child to attend Mutliskills sessions x4£100 

  • Trip to London 1 PP child £450

  • School Pet –CIC £1000 start up for Chickens.

  • Guinea Pig Investigation day 2x pp children

               Teacher and LSA – 4 hours £140

Personal Care

Uniforms £60

 

Speech and Language

Speech link £500

Language Link £400

Total spent

£ 32,535

Impact of pupil premium funding 2015-2016

The chart below shoes the percentages of free school meal children achieving age related expectations or above, compared to national.

 

Free School Meal End of Key Stage One data 2015-2016

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

9 children

Expected

Greater Depth

Expected

Greater Depth

Expected

Greater Depth

National

78%

27%

70%

15%

77%

20%

School

89%

33%

89%

11%

89%

11%


FSM children 
To enable these children to broaden their life experiences, we have been able to offer out of school activities. One child was able to visit London with his mother and sibling on an educational trip to the Natural History and Science Museums. This trip has given him the chance to develop his inquisitive mind, extend his language skills and enrich his experiences. FSM children have signed up for summer activities funded by us such as swimming sessions and multiskills activity weeks.

ELSA: 7 of our Pupil Premium children have received support from our ELSA this year. For some children this has been a short planned block of support, for others an ongoing support programme. Each child has a Boxall Profile completed before and an ELSA assessment form before and after working with the ELSA. Based on these assessments, each child has an individualised session planned. The ELSA sessions have proved a great success and have a big impact on improving children’s self esteem, developing their confidence, social skills and understanding their feelings. Due to the success of ELSA time we are increasing the time for our ELSA sessions to 4 ½ days per week.

First class at number: 3 of our pupil premium childrenreceived support with this programme.One year 2 childachieved age related for maths. One year one child achieved age related, one did not, but this child is also a child with SEND. This programme is being run in both Year 1 and 2 to help target children who have gaps in their learning.

Speech and Language Link:  All year R children and selected year ½ children were screened using the language link assessment.Selected children across the school were also screened using the speech link assessment.5 of our pupil premium children had significant speech and language difficulties and were referred to Speech and language therapy for support.

Interventions 8 of our pupil premium children received extra support with English. 7 of these children also had special educational needs. 3 children in year R continue to receive support and will continue to receive support in year 1.

Pupil Premium

Report to Parents 2014-2015

The Pupil Premium funding is allocated to children from low-income families who are currently known to be eligible for Free School Meals. There is also funding for children who are in care or adopted and for children from services families.

It is for schools to decide how they spend their pupil premium funding.

Below is a summary of the Pupil Premium budget for 2014-2015 showing how the money has been spent.

 

Pupils on Roll and Pupil Premium Grant Received

Total number on roll

220

Total number of pupils eligible for free school meals

12 FSM

Pupil premium grant

EVER 6 FSM £42,900 (+ extra £759)

LAC £600, £500, £460 (£380 for LAC who left school in March 2014)

POST LAC  £1900

Service children £1200                                                          

 

 

Total premium grant 2014/15

£52,119

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium Funding expenditure 2014-2015 funding:

                

 

2014-2015

Special Needs Coordinator

2.5day per week – Booster groups to improve the standard of writing in years 1 and 2

£20,832

Teacher support group

p.w

SENCO Booster Group Summer term to support able writers in Year 1 2014  £480

SENCO Booster Group Autumn Term to support able writers Year 2 £480

SENCO Booster Writing Group Spring term £440

LSA support 1:1 p.w

Children requiring 1:1 interventions daily

£ 10,800

 

ELSA support

3 days per week

£8,898

1 day extra for SEAL group work

£2880

After school clubs

 

Dance Club and Karate Club

3xFSM children 1 term dance

1x CIC 1 term dance £94

 

Additional readers

Reading material CIC £100

5 P.P children weekly extra reading  LSA supported £2250

 

Life enriching experiences

Camera for CIC £40

 

 

 

Personal Care

New uniforms for 4 PP children

Book bags

Other

 £161

Speech and Language 

 

 

 

Providing targeted children with one to one support. Named children across Yr R and KS1

£3960

Total spent

£51,415

 

Impact

Free School Meal End of Key Stage One data 2014-15

Average Point Scores

Reading

Writing

Maths

4 children

 

 

 

National

15.2

14.0

15.2

School

15.0

14.5

15

 ELSA: As a result of having an ELSA in school all identified children have benefited from regular emotional support. Assessments from the teachers and ELSA proved that the sessions had made a great impact on improving these children's confidence, self-esteem and resilience.