Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Statement 

The Pupil Premium is allocated to all children who are currently known to be eligible for free school meals or have been eligible at any point in the past 6 years and children who have been looked after for 1 day or more, are adopted or leave care under a Special Guardianship Order or a Residence Order.

The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their wealthier peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.

The Pupil Premium is allocated to schools and is clearly identifiable. It is for schools to decide how to spend Pupil Premium, allocated as they are best placed to assess what is needed. However they will be held accountable for how they have used this additional funding to support pupils from low-income families.

Schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium as they see fit, however they will be held accountable for how they have used the additional funding to support. New measures will be included in the performance tables that will capture the achievement of those deprived pupils covered by the Pupil Premium. Schools are also required to publish online information about how they have used the Premium. This will ensure that parents and others are made fully aware of the attainment of pupils covered by the Premium.

This strategy is reviewed annually by our Senior Leadership Team and Governors to ensure it is effective and relevant for our current children.

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Padnell Infant School - Pupil Premium strategy statement

  1. 1.   Summary information

Academic Year

2017-2018

Total PP budget   2017-2018

(2018-2019)

 

 

£40,051

£31,574

Total number of pupils

269

Number of pupils eligible for PP 2017-18

 

 

33

 

 

  1. 2.   End of Year  attainment 2016- 2017

Year 2: 14 children

Year 2

Pupils eligible for PP

Not PP

% achieving ARE in  reading

78.6%

81.3%

% writing

50%

62.7%

% maths

71.4%

84%

Year 1: 9 children

 

Year 1

 

Year 1

 

 

% achieving ARE in  reading

100%

77.5%

% writing

88.9%

75.%

% maths

100%

                  82.5%

Year R:  8 children

 

 

% achieving ARE in  reading

62.5%

70.4%

% writing

25%

58%

% maths- Number

 

50%

74.1%

 

 

 

 

 

  1. 3.   Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligible for PP)

In-school barriers

  • Some children in receipt of pupil premium funding also have Special Educational needs

  • A small number of pupil premium children were disapplied from SATs due to significant SEND

  • Some children have lower self-esteem and require support with emotional regulation.

 

External barriers

  • Some children in receipt of pupil premium funding are experiencing social or emotional difficulties

  • A proportion of the children in from pupil premium families do not engage with home learning, are not being read with regularly at home

  • Attendance

  1. 4.     Desired outcomes

Success criteria

All pupils eligible for PP to make good progress in reading writing and maths

Pupils eligible for PP make at least the same amount of progress as other pupils in all subjects across the key stage (Measured by school tracking systems, standardised and scale scores in published tests and moderated teacher assessment.

Children and parent/carers who are experiencing social /emotional difficulties to be supported in developing strategies to help themselves.

Support offered from ELSA for children in school, Parent support worker for families. Successful implementation of strategies taught or suggested by ELSA/parent support should allow behaviour for learning to improve.

Attendance and punctuality for specific pupils with PP improves

PP attendance is in line with national expectations. Punctuality improves for these targeted pupils.

 

 

 

 

 

5    Review of expenditure

 Academic Year

2016 – 2017

Objective 

Action/strategies/approach

Cost

Impact

To ensure that the number of pupils eligible for pupil premium are on track to achieve and exceed age related expectations is at least in line with national averages

Inclusion Manager 1.5 days per week to monitor, track and support the progress and achievement of PP children ( 1.5 days to support children with SEND)

£12,500

End of Key stage data 2018

11 pupil premium children

Reading

78.6% ARE

21.4% Above

27.1% Almost at ARE

Writing

50% ARE
14.3% Above

35.7% Almost ARE

Maths

71.4% ARE

7.1% Above

21.4% Almost ARE

 

  • In reading 21% of Pupil Premium children made sufficient progress across Key stage 1 with 7.1% making accelerated progress

  • In writing 35% of Pupil Premium children made sufficient progress across Key stage 1.

  • In Maths 14.3% of Pupil Premium children made sufficient progress across Key stage 1.

 

LEXIA CORE 5 intervention. To begin from September 17. All PP children will be able to access this computer based learning programme as well as all SEND children and children who are falling behind.

£2,887.

( to be paid again April 18)

78% of children in Year 2 who used the LEXIA programme at home or in school made ARE or above.

85% of Pupil Premium children used the LEXIA programme at home and/or in school. 91% of those children made ARE or above.

 

 

LSA targeted intervention across KS1 to provide intervention programmes such as precision teaching outside classroom.

£ 7,488

35.7% of Pupil Premium also have Special Educational Needs

Reading-60% of these children made ARE

Writing-20% of these children made ARE

Maths-60% of these children made ARE

           

To ensure that pupils with emotional, behavioural or social needs can be supported so they are able to access learning.

Summer school – 6 half days summer club for those PP or other identified needs. Children will participate in activities planned and run by a teacher and LSA.

 £1000

66% (14/21) of children invited attended at least 2 sessions.

64% ( 9/14) of these children attended 5 or 6 sessions.

57% of the children that attended were boys, 43% were girls.

Parents have commented on how this helped boost their children’s reading skills and enjoyment of learning.

Teachers have reported that the children who attended settled well into their new year groups.

 

Use ELSA sessions to support vulnerable pupils for specific needs. Number of PP to be determined

Salary contribution

£6840

 

24% of Pupil Premium children were offered ongoing ‘proactive support’ with the ELSA

A further 33% were offered ‘reactive support’ to offer help at a difficult time.

Teacher, parent and child feedback as well as assessments such as the Boxall profile show significant impact for children receiving targeted support for their emotional health. 

 

 

ELSA to attend termly supervision and training sessions to keep up to date with current practice.

£400

ELSAs training and supervision up to date

 

Parent Support worker employed across both schools to support the academic and emotional needs of the pupils. PSW to signpost for support to other agencies. ( sept 17 onwards)

10 hours per week

£ 4,440

12 of our Pupil Premium families have benefitted from ongoing support from our Parent support worker, supporting at home, attending meetings with outside agencies and signing up parents for courses. Our parent support worker has also set up a coffee morning, a toy library and a HENRY healthy eating course at school this year.

 

 

 

 

To raise attendance levels and punctuality levels for some all pupils eligible for PP

Attendance monitored through termly meetings, letters sent to parents and absences followed up.

Support for children before school on the First class at number programme. ( Some PP children benefit from this)

 

None

SUMMER 1 ATTENDANCE REPORT

Whole School 96.65%

Pupil Premium 96%

Non Pupil Premium 96.78%

 

 

 

Summer school (see above)

See above

see above

 

Sept 17  Employ (alongside Junior school) a Parent Support Worker to work with families

£4,440

See above

To continue to support children with speech, language and communication needs

License for Speech and Language Link

£275.00

83.1% of children in Year R achieved ARE for Communication and Language with 32.6% achieving above ARE. The children who did not achieve ARE will continue to receive support in Year 1.

 

 

 

 

 

  

6      Planned expenditure    

  • Academic year

2018 - 2019

Objective 

Action/strategies/approach

Cost

Measuring Outcome/Impact

To ensure that the number of pupils eligible for pupil premium are on track to achieve and exceed age related expectations is at least in line with national averages

Inclusion Manager 1.5 days per week to monitor, track and support the progress and achievement of PP children ( 1.5 days to support children with SEND)

£12,500

What % of children achieve ARE in reading writing and maths at end of key stage compared with national averages.

What % of children make at least expected progress in RWM at end of key stage compared with national averages.

LEXIA CORE 5 intervention. For KS1.  To offer 75 children in KS1 the opportunity to complete the LEXIA programme at home, supporting Pupil children in school if they need it.

£2,887.

( to be paid again April 19)

What % of children who complete the LEXIA programme make at least expected progress in RW at end of key stage compared with national averages.

What impact will the LEXIA programme have on the attainment of all children who use the programme?

 

LSA targeted intervention across KS1 to provide intervention programmes such as precision teaching outside classroom.

£ 7,488

End of year data 19 to show good progress for children with SEND/PP. What impact will this have on their attainment?      

To ensure that pupils with emotional, behavioural or social needs can be supported so they are able to access learning.

 

 

 

Use ELSA sessions to support vulnerable pupils for specific needs. Number of PP to be determined

Salary contribution

£6840

 

Children receiving ELSA support reach individual targets set.

Improved confidence in some pupils.

Reduction in number of incidents of wrong behaviour choices

ELSA to attend termly supervision and training sessions to keep up to date with current practice.

£400

ELSAs are up to date with strategies

ELSAs have opportunity to maintain own emotional needs.

Parent Support worker employed across both schools to support the academic and emotional needs of the pupils. PSW to signpost for support to other agencies.

10 hours per week

£ 4,440

Families in need of support or guidance will have a support system to access in school from Inclusion Manager-ELSA-parent support worker

 

 

 

To raise attendance levels and punctuality levels for some all pupils eligible for PP

Attendance monitored through termly meetings, letters sent to parents and absences followed up.

Support for children before school on the First class at number programme. ( Some PP children benefit from this)

 

None

 

 

 

 

Parent Support Worker to work with families

£4,440

Attendance of vulnerable pupils should be in line with other groups within the school

To continue to support children with speech, language and communication needs

License for Speech and Language Link

£275.00

Monitor impact of children who receive support from SALTA

         

 

Padnell Infant School - Pupil premium strategy statement

  1. 1.     Summary information

Academic Year

2016-2017

Total PP budget   2016-2017

(2017-2018)  

 

 

 

(£35,660)

£38,460

£35,660£35,660

Total number of pupils

259

Number of pupils eligible for PP 2016-17

(2017-2018)

 

 

39

 

 

  1. 2.     End of Year  attainment 2016- 2017

Year 2

Year 2

Pupils eligible for PP

All Pupils

% achieving ARE in  reading

68%

79%

% Writing

63%

70%

% maths

62%

76%

Year 1

 

Year 1

 

Year 1

 

 

% achieving ARE in  reading

54%

81%

% Writing

38%

73%

% maths

61%

                                        84%

Year R

 

 

% achieving ARE in  reading

90%

77%

% Writing

90%

76%

% maths

100%

                  

                    88%

 

 

 

  1. 3.     Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligible for PP)

In-school barriers

  • 8 pupils in receipt of PP funding have additional Special educational needs. ( 1- Year R, 4-Year 1, 3- Year 2)

  • 4 PP funding pupils have significant social, emotional and mental health difficulties.

  • Some PP pupils have lower self-esteem and motivation

External barriers

  • Attendance and punctuality can be a concern for some PP children

  • Some pupils do not engage with home learning tasks.

  • Some pupils eligible for PP are experiencing social or emotional difficulties.

  1. 4.       Desired outcomes

Success criteria

All pupils eligible for PP to make good progress in reading writing and maths

Pupils eligible for PP make at least the same amount of progress as other pupils in all subjects across the key stage (Measured by school tracking systems, standardised and scale scores in published tests and moderated teacher assessment.

Children who are experiencing difficulties reaching expected standards of behaviour  to develop strategies to help them

Fewer incidents recorded for these pupils. There will be a reduction in the amount of incidents they are involved in. Behaviour for learning improves. Successful implementation of strategies taught or suggested by ELSA

Attendance and punctuality for specific pupils with PP improves

PP attendance is in line with national expectations. Punctuality improves for these targeted pupils.

 

 

 

 

 

5    Review of expenditure

 Academic Year

2016 – 2017

Objective 

Action/strategies/approach

Cost

Impact

To co-ordinate the support in place for children from PP families to ensure these children reach their full potential. To ensure the budget is spent effectively to support these children.

Inclusion Manager 1.5 days per week to monitor, track and support the progress and achievement of PP children ( 1.5 days to support children with SEND)

£11,475

The role of the INCO continues to be having an impact on whole school support for PP and SEND children through completing the following job description:

To lead in the management and delivery of provision for Pupil Premium pupils and for those who require support; to ensure that the Pupil Premium funding reaches the groups of pupils for whom it is intended and that it makes a significant impact on their education.

To provide a clear and concise action plan for Pupil Premium and SEND provision.

To provide additional educational support to improve the progress and raise the achievement of these pupils.

To liaise with other staff responsible for interventions and pupil progress.

To provide intervention programmes 1: 1 support

LSA targeted intervention time to provide intervention programmes such as precision teaching/FFT/SIDNEY/First class at number and ‘LIFT OFF’ 4 x week in the afternoon

 

Autumn and Spring 16-17 11 PP children received intervention 4x week

 

Summer term 17 8 PP children received intervention 4 x week

 

 

 

 

 

 

£4224

 

£1536

 see data above 

End of year data 17 shows that of the PP children who did not make ARE

The following children were beginning to work within ARE thanks to QFT and impact of the interventions.

Year 1 PP-( 4 of these children also have SEND)

Reading 23% were close to ARE

Writing 46% were close to ARE

Maths 30 % were close to ARE

Year 2 PP ( 3 of these children also have SEND)

Reading 12% of PP were close to achieving ARE

Writing-25% of PP were close to achieving ARE

Maths –31% of PP  were close to achieving ARE

To raise attendance levels and punctuality levels for some all pupils eligible for PP

Attendance monitored through termly meetings, letters sent to parents and absences followed up.

None

May 17 attendance report

Pupil Premium children 95.53%

Non pupil Premium 96.84%

To ensure that children reach their full potential in phonics and aim to be in line with national with the phonics test results in Year 1. To ensure children in Year 2 who did not pass phonics test in year 1 make good  progress.

Autumn/spring 2017

Teacher 3x week 15 min sessions support for children in year 2 who did not pass phonics in year 1

 

Summer 17

LSA 3x week 15 min sessions - support for year 2 children who did not pass the phonics test in year 1

 

Teacher support children due to take the phonics test in year 1.

 

£720

 

 

 

 

£72

 

 

£360

92% of Year 2 have now all passed phonics test

44% of Year 2 children who received phonics intervention passed the retake.

 

 

76% of all Year 1 children passed the phonics test in year 1

58% of Year 1 children who received phonics intervention passed.

 

To ensure that pupils with emotional, behavioural or social needs can be supported so they are able to access learning.

ELSA

Autumn term /Spring term 16/17

4.5      days per week

Summer term

5 days per week.

17 children PP receiving intervention

£6072

 

 

ELSAs training and supervision up to date.

Teacher, parent and child feedback as well as assessments such as the Boxall profile show significant impact for children receiving targeted support for their emotional health. 

 

 

Additional lunchtime support

Supporting children who find lunchtimes difficult to manage

£1400

Child in care required support throughout lunchtimes in year 1 and in year 2 to keep himself and others safe.

 

This extra adult has proved essential to ensure this child is able to access the playground at lunchtimes

To provide additional support for a child with significant social and emotional needs. 

15 hours per week 1:1 support

( further support funded by DSG funding for this child)

£4800

Child in care. Very difficult start to year 2. Struggled with the change in expectations. By the Summer term 17) thanks to the employment of 1:1 support through PP and DSG funding and the support of Robins Oak this child was able to begin to access the curriculum and feel safe and happy in school.

To continue to support children with speech, language and communication needs

License for Speech and Language Link

£275.00

 

To provide improved support for speech and language development with a focus on children within Early Years

ELKLAN training developed role for a Speech and language specialist teaching assistant in school to target support in year R

£800

82% of Year R children achieved GLD for communication and language .

 

 

 

 

 

  

6        Planned expenditure    

  • Academic year

2017 - 2018

Objective 

Action/strategies/approach

Cost

Measuring Outcome/Impact

To ensure that the number of pupils eligible for pupil premium are on track to achieve and exceed age related expectations is at least in line with national averages

Inclusion Manager 1.5 days per week to monitor, track and support the progress and achievement of PP children ( 1.5 days to support children with SEND)

£11,475

What % of children achieve ARE in reading writing and maths at end of key stage compared with national averages.

What % of children make at least expected progress in RWM at end of key stage compared with national averages.

LEXIA CORE 5 intervention. To begin from September 17. All PP children will be able to access this computer based learning programme as well as all SEND children and children who are falling behind.

£2,887.

( to be paid again April 18)

What % of children who complete the LEXIA programme make at least expected progress in RW at end of key stage compared with national averages.

What impact will the LEXIA programme have on the attainment of all children who use the programme?

 

LSA targeted intervention across KS1 to provide intervention programmes such as precision teaching outside classroom.

£ 7,488

End of year data 18  to shows good progress for children with SEND/PP. What impact will this have on their attainment?              

To ensure that pupils with emotional, behavioural or social needs can be supported so they are able to access learning.

Summer school – 6 half days summer club for those PP or other identified needs. Children will participate in activities planned and run by a teacher and LSA.

 £1000

Reduced anxiety about new school year. Is attendance and punctuality of these pupils in line with  other groups in school and nationally

Use ELSA sessions to support vulnerable pupils for specific needs. Number of PP to be determined

Salary contribution

£6000

 

Children receiving ELSA support reach individual targets set.

Improved confidence in some pupils.

Reduction in number of incidents of wrong behaviour choices

ELSA to attend termly supervision and training sessions to keep up to date with current practice.

£400

ELSAs are up to date with strategies

ELSAs have opportunity to maintain own emotional needs.

Home School Link Worker employed across both schools to support the academic and emotional needs of the pupils. FSW to signpost for support to other agencies. ( sept 17 onwards)

10 hours per week

£ 4,440

Families in need of support or guidance will have a support system to access in school from Inclusion Manager-ELSA-Home school Link worker.

 

 

 

To raise attendance levels and punctuality levels for some all pupils eligible for PP

Attendance monitored through termly meetings, letters sent to parents and absences followed up.

Support for children before school on the First class at number programme. ( Some PP children benefit from this)

 

None

 

Summer school (see above)

See above

see above

 Sept 17  Employ (alongside Junior school) a Family Support Worker to work with families

£4,440

Attendance of vulnerable pupils should be in line with other groups within the school

To continue to support children with speech, language and communication needs

License for Speech and Language Link

£275.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Report to Parents 2016-2017 

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