PUPIL PREMIUM

Pupil Premium funding is allocated by the government to help schools ensure that children who might be disadvantaged are enabled to make appropriate progress in their learning.

The Pupil Premium funding that is received by our school is used in a variety of ways in order to improve pupil attainment and to help overcome barriers to learning.

Pupil Premium Funding 2017/2018

How we have allocated Pupil Premium funding 2017/2018

The 2017/2018 Pupil Premium funding for our school is £142,500.

Our funding for this school year is calculated like this:

  • £1320 for each child eligible for Free School Meals (FSM)
  • £1900 for each child who is in the care of the Local Authority
  • £300 for each child whose parents/carers are in the forces

We have allocated our funding this year to:

  • fund a key worker in each year group with a special responsibility to help accelerate the learning of children eligible for Pupil Premium funding: £77000 including on-costs
  • help fund a maths/English support teacher and a maths consultant working in KS2 (three mornings each week): £5000 including on-costs
  • help fund a team of Learning Support Assistants, Learning Mentors and Teaching Assistants who help support children with additional emotional, social and behavioural needs: £21500 including on-costs
  • to help fund a pastoral worker who works with families at risk of non-engagement: £12500 including on-costs
  • help fund a Social Inclusion Worker whose role is to ensure maximum attendance and punctuality: £7000 including on-costs
  • help fund extended support from SEN Outreach Services: £6500
  • help fund school trips/extra opportunities/contingency and support Sport/PE funding: £3000
  • help fund extending/replenishing our curriculum resources & provide additional training for key staff: £10000

Pupil Premium Funding 2016/2017

How we allocated Pupil Premium funding 2016/2017

The 2016/2017 Pupil Premium funding for our school was £157,000.

Our funding for the school year was calculated like this:

  • £1320 for each child eligible for Free School Meals (FSM)
  • £1900 for each child who is in the care of the Local Authority
  • £300 for each child whose parents/carers are in the forces

We allocated our funding to:

  • fund a key worker in each Year Group with a special responsibility to help accelerate the learning of children eligible for Pupil Premium funding: £75000 including on-costs
  • help fund a Literacy/Maths support teacher and a maths consultant working in KS2 (three mornings each week): £5000 including on-costs
  • help fund a team of Learning Support Assistants, Learning Mentors and Teaching Assistants who help support children with additional emotional, social and behavioural needs: £20500 including on-costs
  • to help fund a pastoral worker who works with families at risk of non-engagement: £12500 including on-costs
  • help fund a Social Inclusion Worker whose role is to ensure maximum attendance and punctuality: £7000 including on-costs
  • help fund extended support from both Spectra and Severndale Outreach Services: £5500
  • help fund iPads in for Pupil Premium staff: £4000
  • help fund school trips/extra opportunities/contingency and support Sport/PE funding: £3000
  • help fund extending/replenishing our curriculum resources: £2000
  • help fund additional S+L training for key staff: £4500

The impact of Pupil Premium funding 2016/2017

End of the Early Years Foundation Stage

  • 67% of children eligible for PP funding attained a good level of development.

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check

  • 71% of children eligible for PP funding attained the expected standard in Phonics.

End of KS1

  • 80% of children eligible for PP funding attained the end of year expected standard in Reading
  • 80% of children eligible for PP funding attained the end of year expected standard in Writing
  • 90% of children eligible for PP funding attained the end of year expected standard in Maths

End of KS2

  • 75% of children eligible for PP funding attained the end of year expected standard in Reading
  • 65% of children eligible for PP funding attained the end of year expected standard in Writing
  • 80% of children eligible for PP funding attained the end of year expected standard in GPS
  • 70% of children eligible for PP funding attained the end of year expected standard in Maths

How we allocated Pupil Premium funding 2015/2016

The 2015/2016 Pupil Premium funding for our school was £152,000.

Our funding for the school year was calculated like this:

  • £1320 for each child eligible for Free School Meals (FSM)
  • £1900 for each child who is in the care of the Local Authority
  • £300 for each child whose parents/carers are in the forces

We allocated our funding to:

  • fund a key worker in each Year Group with a special responsibility to help accelerate the learning of children eligible for Pupil Premium funding: £60000 including on-costs
  • help fund a Literacy/Maths support teacher and a Maths Consultant working in KS2 (three mornings each week): £4000 including on-costs
  • help fund a team of Learning Support Assistants, Learning Mentors and Teaching Assistants who help support children with additional emotional, social and behavioural needs: £20000 including on-costs
  • to help fund a pastoral worker who works with families at risk of non-engagement: £12000 including on-costs
  • help fund a Social Inclusion Worker whose role is to ensure maximum attendance and punctuality: £6000 including on-costs
  • help fund extended support from both Spectra and Severndale Outreach Services: £4000
  • help fund iPads in Year 3/4: £20000
  • help fund school trips/extra opportunities/contingency and support Sport/PE funding: £2000
  • help fund extending/replenishing our class based/group reading stock of books: £10000
  • help fund extending/replenishing our Year Group based Maths and Science resources: £10000
  • help fund additional S+L training for key staff: £4000

The impact of Pupil Premium funding 2015/2016

End of the Early Years Foundation Stage

  • 67% of disadvantaged children attained a good level of development.

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check

  • 90% of disadvantaged children attained the expected standard in phonics.

End of KS1

  • 68% of disadvantaged children attained the end of year expected standard in reading
  • 68% of disadvantaged children attained the end of year expected standard in writing
  • 68% of disadvantaged children attained the end of year expected standard in mathematics

End of KS2

  • 45% of disadvantaged children attained the end of year expected standard in reading
  • 60% of disadvantaged children attained the end of year expected standard in writing
  • 50% of disadvantaged children attained the end of year expected standard in GPS
  • 60% of disadvantaged children attained the end of year expected standard in mathematics

Pupil Premium Funding 2014/2015

The 2014/2015 Pupil Premium funding for our school was £128,700.

Our funding for this school year was calculated like this:

  • £1300 for each child eligible for Free School Meals (FSM)
  • £1900 for each child who was in the care of the Local Authority
  • £300 for each child whose parents/carers were in the forces

The Pupil Premium funding that was received by our school was used in a variety of ways in order to improve pupil attainment and to help overcome barriers to learning. We strive to ensure that all children who are entitled to FSM and/or are forces or looked after children make at least two sub-levels, i.e. expected progress in Reading, Writing and Maths, each school year.

We allocated our funding in 2014/2015 to:

  • fund a key worker in each Year Group with a special responsibility to help accelerate the learning of children eligible for Pupil Premium funding: £46000 + on costs
  • help fund a Maths consultant to work with children in both KS1 and KS2 (one morning each week): £1000 + on costs
  • help fund a Literacy/Maths support teacher working in KS2 (three mornings each week): £3000 + on costs
  • help fund a team of Learning Support Assistants, Learning Mentors and Teaching Assistants who help support children with additional emotional, social and behavioural needs: £50000 + on costs
  • to help fund a pastoral worker who works with families at risk of non-engagement: £3000 + on costs
  • help fund a Social Inclusion Worker whose role is to ensure maximum attendance and punctuality: £6000 + on costs
  • help fund extended support from both Spectra and Severndale Outreach Services: £2000
  • help fund additional learning resources including ICT: £10000
  • help fund school trips/extra opportunities/contingency: £2000

The Impact of Pupil Premium Funding 2014/2015

End of the Early Years Foundation Stage

  • 71% of children eligible for PP funding attained a good level of development. This compares to 61% nationally

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check

  • 81% of children eligible for PP funding attained the expected standard in Phonics. This compares with 66% nationally

End of KS1

  • 92% of children eligible for PP funding attained Level 2+ in Reading
  • 92% of children eligible for PP funding attained Level 2+ in Writing
  • 92% of children eligible for PP funding attained Level 2+ in Maths

End of KS2

  • 80% of children eligible for PP funding attained Level 4+ in Reading
  • 80% of children eligible for PP funding attained Level 4+ in Writing
  • 80% of children eligible for PP funding attained Level 4+ in GPS
  • 70% of children eligible for PP funding attained Level 4+ in Maths