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Pupil Premium Action Plan 2017-18

Pupil Premium Strategy 2017-18

Pupil Premium Action Plan 2016-17 - Evaluated

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-17

PUPIL PREMIUM ANALYSIS – pupils who are entitled to Free School Meals or have been during the previous 6 years

 

Overview of the school for 2015/16

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

221

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

48

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1320

Total amount of PPG received

£63866

 

Nature of support  2015/16

  • Phonics streaming
  • Orchestral recitals
  • Small group work for year 6 in Maths, Reading and writing
  • ETA staffing to allow small group work for intervention strategies
  • Resources to implement Accelerated Reader to improve reading standards
  • Scrap shed and Early Years outdoor equipment
  • Subsidies for Y5/6 residentials
  • Breakfast club subsidies

 

Measuring the impact of PPG spending 2015 16

Year 6 results

Percentage of Pupil Premium children attaining Age Related Expectations or above – (12 pupil premium children)

Reading – 58%          Writing 75%           Maths 75%

Year 2 results

Percentage of pupil premium children attaining Age Related Expectations or above – ( 7 pupil premium children)

Reading – 86%          Writing 86%          Maths 57%

Year 1 Phonics

87% of all pupils passed the phonics test – 66% of Pupil Premium children passed

 

Analysis of the intervention strategies we have used this year show they have all had a positive impact on progress.

We will continue to provide as many extra-curricular activities as we can to broaden the curriculum and give a wide range of experiences to all pupils

 

 

Overview of the school for 2014/15

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

221

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

56

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1300

Total amount of PPG received

£72,800

 

Nature of support  2014/15

  • Maths streaming
  • Bright Futures – enterprise for Year 5 and 6
  • Orchestral recitals
  • 1 to 1 tuition for year 5/6 in Maths, Reading and writing
  • ETA staffing to allow phonic streaming throughout school, small group work for intervention strategies and to continue the Talk for Writing course
  • Resources to implement Accelerated Reader to improve reading standards
  • Scrap shed and Early Years outdoor equipment

 

 

 

 

Measuring the impact of PPG spending

Year 6 results

Percentage of Pupil Premium children achieving Level 4 or above – (all pupil premium children in this cohort were also SEN pupils)

Reading – 67%          Writing 50%           Maths 67%

Percentage making 2 levels progress

Reading – 100%        Writing 78%          Maths 83%

Year 2 results

Percentage of pupil premium children achieving Level 2 or above

Reading – 71%          Writing 71%          Maths 71%

Year 1 Phonics

77% of all pupils passed the phonics test – 100% of Pupil Premium children passed

 

Analysis of the intervention strategies we have used this year show they have all had a positive impact on progress.

We will continue to provide as many extra-curricular activities as we can to broaden the curriculum and give a wide range of experiences to all pupils

 

Overview of the school for 2013/14

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

233

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

54

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£900

Total amount of PPG received

£48,600

 

Nature of support  2013/14

  • maths streaming
  • Dyscalculia training and resources
  • Level 6 maths tuition.
  • Bright Futures – enterprise for Year 5 and 6
  • Orchestral recitals
  • Speech and Language training
  • 1 to 1 tuition for year 5/6
  • ETA staffing to allow phonic streaming throughout school, small group work for intervention strategies and to continue the Talk for Writing course

Impact of Pupil Premium

Year 6 - Percentages of Pupil Premium pupils achieving Level 4 or above                                                                            

              Reading - 82%     Writing - 73%      Maths - 73%  (50% of pupils attaining Level 6 maths were Pupil Premium)

              Making 2 levels progress

              Reading 91%       Writing - 100%     Maths - 91%

Phonics - Overall 83% of Year 1 achieved the threshold.  86% of pupil premium achieved the threshold.

The maths and 1 to 1 tuition had a significant impact on levels achieved and will continue next year.

Our whole school phonics programme was extremely effective and will also continue next year.

The orchestral recitals and enterprise activities provided our pupils with excellent experiences and we will offer similar opportunities next year.

Pupil Premium report to parents: 2012/13

Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

232 including Nursery

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

45

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£623

Total amount of PPG received

£28035

 

Nature of support  2012/13

Maths streaming for Years 4,5 and 6

Phonic streaming for the whole school

Acceleread, Accelerwrite (intervention strategy)

Speech and Language Audit and staff training

Impact of Pupil Premium

Maths - increase in level 4's compared to predicted data in September

Phonics - Increase in Year 1 pupils meeting National expectations - now above National

Speech and Language - new strategies in place

Acceleread,  Accelerwritie -  For those pupils on this intrevention their Average Point Score progress score for English was 3.5. (The average APS is 3)

 
Pupil Premium Grant for Academic Year 2011/12
This is the extra funding that schools receive to support the pupils who are entitled to Free School Meals.
 
Total number of pupils on roll 154 + Nursery
Number eligable for PPG 25
Amount of PPG per pupil £430
Total amount of PPG received £10,750

 

 

 

Nature of support 2011/12

Small group work for Acceleread/ Accelerwrite

Small group work for movement (ABC) work

Small group streamed phonics teaching.

 

Impact of support 2011/12

Of the pupils who were entitled to receive FSM a large majority either met or exceeded their targets in Maths and Reading.

A majority either met or exceeded their targets in Writing and in Reception a very large majority attained 78points + in all areas of the Early Years Profile.