Pupil Premium Reporting to Parents

Pupil premium is allocated each year for every child that is registered for free school meals or who has been registered in the last six years.

Principles

  • We ensure that the teaching and learning opportunities in our “Creative Learning Journey” meet the needs of all of the pupils as best we can.
  • We analyse the provision in place for various different groups of learners including those who was socially disadvantaged.
  • We recognise that not all pupils who receive free school meals will be socially disadvantaged.
  • We also recognise that there may be some children who are socially disadvantaged who do not receive free school meals.
  • Pupil premium funding will be allocated following a needs analysis which may be linked to the School Improvement Development Plan. Not all children receiving free school meals will be in receipt of pupil premium interventions at one time.

Below is the school Pupil Premium Policy.

Pupil Premium Policy

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) Allocation for 2016/17 was: £97680 (74 children) and £3000 for Forces children (10)

(Outcomes will be measured at the end of the academic year 2017)

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement – please click on the link below:

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) Allocation for 2015/16 was: £108,600 (84 children) and the outcomes are listed below:

  • Year 6 pupil made good progress between KS1 and KS2 and performed in line or better than their non-pupil premium peers. (Invalidated data Oct 2016)

Pupil Premium          All          National

Reading 5.6                2.8              0

Writing 4.1                 4.7              0

Maths 1.6                   1.0              0

  • Parent Support Advisor working with 7 Pupil Premium families regularly with a total of 10 children. Individual success stories / case studies in place which highlight examples of improvement in attendance rates which directly impacts upon raising standards for the most vulnerable groups.
  • 5/6 Pupil Premium children achieved GLD (83%) an improvement from 2014-2015 which was 66%.
  • Generally the gap is closing for pupil premium children across the school. At key milestones the pupil premium children attain or progress in line with the non-pupil premium peers.
  • EYFS GLD Pupil Premium 83% compared to 81% for whole cohort
  • Year 1 Phonics Pupil premium 88% compared to 85% for whole cohort
  • Year 6 children have made good progress. Progress data shows that pupil premium children perform in line or better than their peers.
  • Reading remains a relative strength across the school. 100% of Pupil Premium children visit local library or library bus. 100% of children received at least bronze award for reading
  • 5/6 Pupil Premium children achieved GLD (83%) an improvement from 2014-2015 which was 66%.
  • Soft measures are available on an individual basis through example case studies.
  • Of the 43 children on the programme 34 have made significant progress on the PIRA test. Reading outcomes for pupil premium children in year 6 show that progress exceeds that of the whole cohort and that of national.
  • Children made an average 18 months progress in Reading Age in a 3 month period.
  • 100% of children received at least bronze award for reading

Please click on the link below for more details on how the grant was spent in 2015/16.

Pupil Premium Grant 2015 -2016

Pupil premium children closed the gap on their non-pupil premium peers in Year 6 in English, Maths and Writing combined (83% L4).Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) Allocation for 2014/15 was: £99,600 ( 76 children) and the outcomes are listed below:

  • 83% of PP children achieved at least L4 in reading  with 41% achieving L5
  • 100% of Pupil Premium children completed the school reading scheme of reading at  least 4 times per week.
  • 81% of Pupil Premium children in Year 1 achieved the expected standard in the phonics screening test  (broadly in line with national averages).
  • For Yr2 children who worked with the Specialist Maths Teacher, 3 months after intervention they had made an average of 9 months progress. 6 months after the intervention, the children had made an average of 19.33 months progress.
  • For Yr6 children who worked with the Specialist Maths Teacher, the average progress was 2.88 National Curriculum sublevels in one year.
  • Parent Support Advisor worked with and supported 8 Pupil Premium families to ensure children were safe, happy and attending school.
  • Bilingual Teaching Assistant worked in EYFS which contributed to 66% of PP children in EYFS reaching GLD.
  • Equality fund used at Headteacher discretion to ensure that any unpredictable barriers could be overcome so that children could thrive. Funding covered 1:1 tuition, provision to improve attendance, additional resources.