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Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

Pupil Premium 2019- 2020 autumn

Total Pupil premium budget 33 children x £1320 = £43,560 (plus adopted x 3 x £2300 = £6,900 + 1 x military £300) = £50,760    (37 children total)

 

 

%   attainment

 

Class

 

Reading

Writing

PG&S/phonics

Maths

Autumn spend

Spring spend

Summer spend

Y6

(7 ch)

Autumn

5 ch 71%

5 ch  71%

5 ch  71%

5 ch  71%

£2140

 

 

Spring

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Y5

(7 ch)

Autumn

4 ch  57%

4 ch  57%

5 ch   71%

4 ch  57%

£2881

 

 

Spring

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Y4

(6  ch)

Autumn

4 ch  67%

4 ch  67%

5 ch  83%

4 ch  67%

£2687

 

 

Spring

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Y3

(4 ch)

Autumn

3 ch  75%

2 ch  50%

2 ch  50%

2 ch 50%

£3359

 

 

Spring

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Y2

(3 ch) PP+

Autumn

2 ch  67%

2 ch  67%

2 ch  67%

2 ch  67%

£435

 

 

Spring

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Y1

(6 ch)

Autumn

1 ch  17%

1 ch  17%

1 ch  17%

2 ch  33%

£4275

 

 

Spring

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FS2

(3 ch)

Autumn

1 ch 33%

1 ch 33%

1 ch 33%

1 ch 33%

£1950

 

 

Spring

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sub Total

(33 PP + 3PP+1 Military)

Autumn

20/37

=54%

19/37

=51%

21/37

= 57%

20/37

= 54%

£17,727

 

 

 

Spring

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Breakfast club charges to Pupil premium 3 children £980 autumn term

 

 

 

Autumn  2019

 Pupil Premium children summary

  • FSM & E6 (37 children) & on target to achieve ARE in Reading 54%, Writing 51%,  PG&S/Phonics 57%, Maths 54%.
  • FSM & E6 (37children) % making realistic progress, 79% Reading, 72% Writing, PG&S/Phonics 71%,  78% Maths

 

Need to consider for vulnerable groups

 

  • 24% of FSM children are also on the SEND register (9/37)
  • 16% of FSM children are also on the EAL register (6/37)
  •  3% of FSM children are also on SEND and EAL register (1/37)

 

Barriers to achieving ARE for pupils eligible for Pupil Premium

  • 24% of children receiving PP are also on the SEND with a variety of issues that increase the difficulty in achieving age related expectations.
  • Continuing difficulties in the home environment contribute to children being disengaged, social and emotional difficulties, variable parent support with homework activities.

Action Plan for Spending of Pupil premium across the school

 We have a clear action plan in place led by the class teachers to address the gaps in the learning of the children through a comprehensive list of interventions and a programme of reviews through pupil progress dialogues, SEND co-ordinator and assessment coordinator as part of our School Development plan.  We continue to monitor the performance of the Pupil premium children in school by tracking the effectiveness of the intervention programs and the differentiated planning in classes. This occurs on a termly basis during pupil progress dialogues.

 Spending of the Pupil premium across the school

Funds are spent on programs of child appropriate interventions to fill the gaps in their learning.  Social and Behaviour strategies are introduced with 1:1 TA support when required to help with emotional difficulties.  We purchase resources for individual children that have a positive impact on specific children.  Financial support on school trips and to a residential trip is included in financial spends.  Spending to date: Autumn £17,727 directly on interventions with the children. Invitation to join the Breakfast club has been extended to all PP children with costing being covered by PP funds.

 

 Strategy Review for Pupil premium across the school

We review the pupil premium funding and strategy at each Standards and Effectiveness meeting with governors and monitor the impact of the funding termly through meetings with teaching staff during pupil progress dialogue.  Here action plans are evaluated and improved to ensure provision is tailored to the child.

A series of Mental Health activities have been organized, for pupil premium children plus other children needing mental health support, in the autumn term for upper key stage 2 and further plans for the smaller group work in the spring term.  Plans are being prepared for activities for Mental Health week beginning 3rd February, led by our Mental Health Lead Mrs Donoghue.

Impact of Pupil Premium funding

 TA targeted and differentiated activities to support spelling and comprehension activities are helping to build confidence to achieve expected results. Targeted support in Maths is ensuring FSM have the confidence to have a go.  Behaviour and self-esteem sessions with FSM are helping to build their confidence.

 Ellen Archer

December 2019

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