Pupil Premium

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Pupil Premium Funding – 2011 / 12 = £5,568

The funding contributed to the following support:

  • Funding ‘Talk Time’ from Action for Children. £500.
  • 1:1 Tuition. Total of 8 sessions for 2 pupils.  £150 + £50 = £200.
  • Continuing high levels of TA support for FSM children in 2 classes. 585 hours = £2,988.30.
  • Funding TA time to set up and run positive play.

*Some funding carried over into 2012 / 2013 (£1879.70)

Impact

  • Children attending Talk time sessions have improved self-esteem and behaviour (see case studies file).
  • Pupils who received 1:1 tuition made accelerated progress to narrow the gap to their peers.
  • Average progress from end of Y5 to end of Y6 in APS 2012 = Reading 2.8, Writing 5.3, maths 7.3.
  • Splitting the year groups and ensuring additional support in Y5 and Y6 has enabled all pupils in Y5 and Y6 to work in smaller groups. This model had proved successful with excellent SATs results in English and maths.
    English L4+ = 100%. Reading L4+ = 100%. Writing L4+ = 94%. Maths L4+ = 100%.
  • Positive Play has helped pupils to overcome barriers to learning. Pupils, staff and parents report improved self-esteem. Boxhall profiles show an improvement in attitudes / self esteem (see case studies file).

Pupil Premium Funding – 2012 / 2013 = £15,230 (+ £1879.70)

The funding contributed to the following support:

  • Funding ‘Talk Time’ from Action for Children. £500.
  • Providing additional TA support in Year 2 and Year 5/6. Y2 = 490 hours = £3,929. Y5/6 = £2,937.70.
  • 1:1 Tuition. Total of 6 sessions for 2 pupils.  £150.
  • Enabling Y3/4 to be split and taught as separate year groups and smaller classes. Year 3 = £6,312.  Year 4 = £5,568.
  • Staff development in Ofsted & Pupil Premium training. £150.

*Overspent by £2,437.70.  This to be taken into account for 2013 / 2014.

Impact

  • Children attending ‘Talk Time’ sessions have improved self-esteem and behaviour (see case studies file).
  • Children in Y6 have benefited from 1:1 time in the afternoon to support their learning, narrowing the gap to their peers.
  • Average progress from end of Y5 to end of Y6 in APS 2013 = Reading 2.4, Writing 4.6, Maths 5.3.
  • Additional TA support has allowed more children to be supported and children with additional needs supported in very small groups.
  • Positive Play continues to help pupils to overcome barriers to learning. Pupils, staff and parents report improved self-esteem.
  • Boxhall profiles show an improvement in attitudes and self-esteem.
  • Y3 and 4 children are being supported and being given additional support at an earlier age.
  • Average progress for Y3 in APS 2013 = Reading 3.4, Writing 3.1, Maths 2.7.
  • Average progress for Y4 in APS 2013 = Reading 3.7, Writing 3.7, Maths 3.5.

Pupil Premium Funding – 2013 / 2014 = £23,172 (-£2437.70 overspend)

The funding contributed to the following support:

  • Enabling Y3/4 to be split and taught as separate year groups and smaller classes for another year. Year 3 = £5,433.  Year 4 = £3,712.
  • Additional TA to support children in Years R – Y2. £2941.
  • Additional TA to support vulnerable child and small group in Y5/6. £2331.
  • Staff development in raising boys’ achievement in writing. £258.
  • Releasing TAs for Positive Play CPD. £157.80.
  • 1:1 support for children in Y1 – 3 to narrow the gaps. £294.56.
  • Funding Playleader role at lunchtime to target disadvantaged pupils . £3035.

Impact

  • Positive Play continues to help pupils to overcome barriers to learning. Pupils, staff and parents report improved self-esteem.
  • Boxhall profiles show improvements in attitudes and self-esteem.
  • Y3 and 4 children are being supported and being given additional support at an earlier age.
  • Average progress for Y3 in APS 2014 = Reading 3.7, Writing 2.9, Maths 3.4.
  • Average progress for Y4 in APS 2014 = Reading 3.4, Writing 2.6, Maths 3.2.
  • Additional TA support has allowed more children to be supported and children with additional needs supported in very small groups.
  • Behaviour and participation at lunchtime has continued to improve.

Pupil Premium Funding – 2014 / 2015 = £27,300

The funding is contributing to the following support so far:

  • Enabling Y3/4 to be split and taught as separate year groups and smaller classes. Year 3 = £6,209.  Year 4 = £5,433
  • Staff development in Ofsted & Pupil Premium training. £150.
  • 1:1 support for children in Y1 – 3 to narrow the gaps. £294.56.
  • Additional TA to support children in Years R – Y2. £2941.
  • Additional TA to support vulnerable child and small group in Y5/6. £1165.
  • Releasing TAs for Positive Play CPD. £157.80.
  • Funding TAs for intensive pupil support (including breakfast tuition) for 12 weeks. £1,400.
  • One to one tuition for 6 weeks after Easter. £600.
  • Writing CPD (including L6 writing) x 3 teachers. £180.

Impact so far

  • Positive Play continues to help pupils to overcome barriers to learning. Pupils, staff and parents report improved self-esteem.
  • Y3 and 4 children are being supported and being given additional support at an earlier age.
  • Intensive pupil support (including breakfast tuition) allows for personalised work towards targets.
  • Vulnerable child in Y6 made outstanding progress based on his starting point when first arrived at school in Y5, and taking into account his difficulties.

Pupil Premium Statement 2015-16

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