Pupil Premium expenditure

2017/18

Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium Grant received (PPG)

Total Number of pupils on roll

315 (excluding Nursery) 354 (with Nursery)

Total number eligible for PPG

111 35%

61 boys

50 girls

23 of above have SEND

Total Pupil Premium Grant 2017/18

£143,880

This is allocated as follows

Additional teaching support, including specialist teachers, £70,000 bullet points 1,2,3,6,7,8

Additional TAs including specialist language support & EAL £50,000 bullet points 3,4,5,11

Breakfast club subsidy £2,000 bullet point 10

Education City £1,000

Specialist Teaching resources & Training £6,000 bullet point 6

Training for TAs to develop structured interventions. 13

1-1 mentoring of disadvantaged children

 

 

 

Nature of Support 2016 2017

The funding received from Pupil Premium will continue to be allocated in the following ways.

Increase teaching support, throughout school High teacher child ratio in Foundation Stage

1-1 support for children at risk of not meeting expected standards

1-2.1-3 support for at risk children

Continue with Willow Room support ensuring that progress of children attending is mapped.

Programmes, Including Numbers Count, Phonics Counts delivered to children, by fully qualified teachers on a 1-1 basis, small group basis

Inclusion Manager, non-class based 1 day per week to support the progress of SEN children & develop small group provision

Behaviour Lead non class based 1 day per week, to support in overcoming barriers to learning.

Small group support for more able from qualified teacher, involvement in more able maths group work with IPLCN

Continue free access to Education City Home work Modules.

Continue to subsidise breakfast club so all families can access a warm healthy breakfast if they need to.

Ensure children with English as an additional Language are getting the support needed. Bi Lingual TAs.

A specialised language support assistant non class based

Parent support groups for parents whose children prove challenging.

TAs trained in structured intervention. Project X code, 1st class Number 1&2, 1st class@writing, better reading support partners

 

Impact of Funding: 16/17 Free School Meals/ Children Looked after

In Key stage Two

 

2017

 

Reading

35%

 

Writing

61%

 

Maths

57%

 

Combined

26%

 

 

Key strength identified on Inspection Dashboard

Disadvantaged KS2 pupils had an average scaled score equal to or above the national score for other pupils in reading and Maths

We will continue with the above programmes as they have been successful. We are also introducing a mentoring system for 1-1 support for children at risk of not achieving the expected standard.

Monitoring of the above is carries out by SMT/MLT through the monitoring time table, book scrutiny, speaking to children TAPs meetings and pupil progress.

 

Pupil Premium expenditure 2016/17

Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium Grant received (PPG)
Total Number of pupils on roll 315 (excluding Nursery)  354 (with Nursery)
Total number eligible for PPG

111    35%

61 boys

50 girls

23 of above have SEND

Total Pupil Premium Grant  2016/17  
This is allocated as follows

Additional teaching support, including specialist teachers,  £70,000  bullet points 1,2,3,6,7,8

Additional TAs including specialist language support  & EAL  £50,000  bullet points 3,4,5,11

Breakfast club subsidy  £2,000 bullet point 10

Education City  £1,000

Specialist Teaching resources & Training £6,000 bullet point 6

Training for TAs to develop structured interventions. 13

1-1 mentoring od disadvantaged children

Nature of Support  2016-2017

The funding received from Pupil Premium will continue to be allocated in the following ways.

  1. Increase teaching support, throughout school High teacher child ratio in Foundation Stage
  2. 1-1 support for children at risk of not meeting expected standards
  3. 1-2.1-3 support for at risk children
  4. Continue with Willow Room support ensuring that progress of children attending is mapped.
  5. Programmes, Numbers Count, Phonics Counts delivered to children, by fully qualified teachers on a 1-1 basis
  6. Inclusion Manager, non-class based 1 day per week to  support the progress of SEN children & develop small group provision
  7. Small group support for more able from qualified teacher, involvement in more able maths group work with IPLCN
  8. Continue free access to Education City Home work Modules.
  9. Continue to subsidise breakfast club so all families can access a warm healthy breakfast if they need to.
  10. Ensure children with English as an additional Language are getting the support needed. Bi Lingual TAs.
  11. A specialised language support assistant
  12. Parent support groups for parents whose children prove challenging.
  13. TAs trained in structured intervention. Project X code, 1st class Number 1&2, 1st class@writing, better reading support partners

Impact of Funding: 15/16

Free School Meals/ Children Looked after

  2016
Reading 59%
Writing 76%    higher than non-disadvantaged
Maths 94%    higher than non-disadvantaged
Combined 53%

Key strength identified on Inspection Dashboard

Disadvantaged KS2 pupils had an average scaled score equal to or above the national score for other pupils in reading and Maths

We will continue with the above programmes as they have been successful. We are also introducing a mentoring system for 1-1 support for children at risk of not achieving the expected standard.

Monitoring of the above is carries out by SMT/MLT through the monitoring time table, book scrutiny, speaking to children TAPs meetings and pupil progress.