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Pupil Premium 2018-2019

Pupil Premium 2018-2019

Total number of pupils on roll - 598

Total number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium Funding - 81

Total number of pupils eligible for Looked After Children Funding - 0

Total amount of Pupil Premium Funding received £178,200

Looked After Children Allocation £0

Review of expenditure  2017-2018

  • 1:1 tutoring for maths for targeted pupils so they make progress
  • Additional teachers to reduce sizes of sets in English and Maths to allow teachers to support pupils individually more frequently in lesson times
  • Additional teaching of reading and mathematics for target pupils in Y6 to ensure attainment is improved
  • Specialist Maths software scheme (My Maths & Times Tables Rockstars) to improve teachers subject knowledge and provide additional online homework tasks to support schemes of work
  • Extra reading at break times with teaching assistants to ensure targeted pupils are heard to read regularly throughout the week
  • TAs support targeted pupils in lessons
  • Conferencing sessions run by class teachers for reading, writing and maths
  • Breakfast and Homework clubs to give targeted pupils a healthy start to the school day
  • Financial assistance for visits and residential trips to support families
  • Financial assistance with uniform to support families
  • Enrichment provision including trips, residentials, workshops, theatre groups to give the pupils a broad curriculum and a rich understanding of the world
  • Support with payment for music tuition to support families
  • Daily milk for all pupils to give pupils a healthy start to the school day
  • Family Worker support for families including events, workshops and trips

Impact of Pupil Premium Spending 2017-2018

% achieved expected or above
ReadingWritingMaths
Yr 3 All Pupils81%50%58%
Yr 3 PP78%44%56%
Yr 4 All Pupils82%54%70%
Yr 4 PP84%42%63%
Yr 5 All Pupils76%65%65%
Yr 5 PP84%52%56%
SATs data
Yr 6 All Pupils72%79%71%
Yr 6 PP69%83%71%

Barriers to future attainment for PP pupils

  • Reading attainment for disadvantaged pupils is 11% lower the national for the expected standard and 9% lower than the national for greater depth
  • Maths attainment for disadvantaged pupils is 10% lower the national for the expected standard and 14% lower than the national for greater depth
  • Writing attainment for disadvantaged pupils is 14% lower than the national for greater depth
  • RWM attainment for disadvantaged pupils is 13% lower the national for the expected standard and 7% lower than the national for greater depth

Planned expenditure to address barriers for 2018/19

  • An allocated HLTA to run interventions for targeted pupils across the school
  • Additional support staff in classrooms to support targeted pupils
  • Extra reading at break times with teaching assistants to ensure targeted pupils are heard to read regularly throughout the week
  • Additional teachers to reduce sizes of sets in English and Maths to allow teachers to support pupils individually more frequently in lesson times
  • Additional teaching of reading and mathematics for target pupils in Y6 to ensure attainment is improved
  • Interventions and target groups run by additional teachers to focus on targeted pupils
  • Conferencing sessions run by class teachers for reading, writing and maths to improve attainment and progress
  • Breakfast and Homework clubs to give targeted pupils a healthy start to the school day
  • Financial assistance for visits and residential trips to support families
  • Financial assistance with uniform to support families
  • Support with payment for music tuition to support families
  • Enrichment provision including trips, residentials, workshops, theatre groups to give the pupils a broad curriculum and a rich understanding of the world
  • Extra-curricular clubs before school, lunchtimes and after school to allow the pupils to have a broad and balanced curriculum
  • Specialist Teachers for Music, PE and ICT to enrich the pupils learning

The impact of all the above will be reviewed termly and adapted as necessary.

Pupil Premium 2017-2018

Pupil Premium 2017-2018

  • Total number of pupils on roll – 596
  • Total number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium Funding – 90
  • Total number of pupils eligible for Looked After Children Funding – 0
  • Total amount of Pupil Premium Funding received – £205,260
  • Looked After Children Allocation – £0

 Review of expenditure  2016-2017

  • An allocated HLTA to boost progress of targeted pupils
  • Additional support staff in classrooms
  • Interventions and target groups run by additional teachers
  • 1:1 tutoring
  • Breakfast and Homework clubs
  • Extra-curricular clubs before school, lunchtimes and after school
  • Financial assistance for visits and residential trips
  • Financial assistance with uniform
  • Additional teachers to reduce sizes of sets in English and Maths
  • Enrichment provision including trips, residentials, workshops, theatre groups
  • Support with payment for music tuition
  • Daily milk for all pupils
  • Specialist Maths software schemes (My Maths & Times Tables Rockstars)
  • Family Worker events including workshops and trips
  • Attachment training for staff
  • Additional adults in Guided Reading
  • Extra reading at break times with teaching assistants
  • Specialist Teachers for Music, PE and ICT
  • Conferencing sessions run by class teachers

Impact of Pupil Premium Spending 2016-2017

% achieved expected or above
ReadingWritingMaths
Yr 3 All Pupils64%33%38%
Yr 3 PP44%25%25%
Yr 4 All Pupils68%56%55%
Yr 4 PP65%43%35%
Yr 5 All Pupils65%58%59%
Yr 5 PP62%60%55%
SATs Data
Yr 6 All Pupils49%53%69%
Yr 6 PP50%46%71%

Barriers to future attainment for PP pupils

  • Reading progress for overall disadvantaged, middle disadvantaged and high disadvantaged pupils is significantly below the national for disadvantaged pupils
  • Mathematics progress for overall disadvantaged pupils is significantly below the national for disadvantaged pupils
  • Mathematics progress for middle disadvantaged pupils is significantly below the national for other pupils

Planned expenditure to address barriers for 2017-2018

  • 1:1 tutoring for maths for targeted pupils so they make progress
  • Additional teachers to reduce sizes of sets in English and Maths to allow teachers to support pupils individually more frequently in lesson times
  • Additional teaching of reading and mathematics for target pupils in Y6 to ensure their attainment is improved
  • Specialist Maths software scheme (My Maths & Times Tables Rockstars) to improve teachers subject knowledge and provide additional online homework tasks to support schemes of work
  • Extra reading at break times with teaching assistants to ensure targeted pupils are heard to read regularly throughout the week
  • TAs support targeted pupils in lessons
  • Conferencing sessions run by class teachers for reading, writing and maths
  • Breakfast and Homework clubs to give targeted pupils a healthy start to the school day
  • Financial assistance for visits and residential trips to support families
  • Financial assistance with uniform to support families
  • Enrichment provision including trips, residentials, workshops, theatre groups to give the pupils a broad curriculum and a rich understanding of the world
  • Support with payment for music tuition to support families
  • Daily milk for all pupils to give pupils a healthy start to the school day
  • Family Worker support for families including events, workshops and trips

The impact of all the above will be reviewed termly and adapted as necessary.

Pupil Premium 2016-2017

Pupil Premium 2016-2017

  • Total number of pupils on roll – 595
  • Total number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium Funding – 160
  • Total number of pupils eligible for Looked After Children Funding – 1
  • Total amount of Pupil Premium Funding received – £211,830
  • Looked After Children Allocation – £1,900

 Planned expenditure to address barriers for 2016-2017

  • An allocated HLTA to boost progress of targeted pupils for maths and writing to provide support in class and run interventions so pupils make progress
  • 1:1 tutoring for maths for targeted pupils so they make progress
  • Additional teachers to reduce sizes of sets in English and Maths to allow teachers to support pupils individually more frequently in lesson times
  • Specialist Maths software scheme (My Maths) to improve teachers subject knowledge and provide additional online homework tasks to support schemes of work
  • Extra reading at break times with teaching assistants to ensure targeted pupils are heard to read regularly throughout the week
  • TAs support targeted pupils in lessons
  • Conferencing sessions run by class teachers for reading, writing and maths
  • Interventions by a maths specialist to ensure targeted pupils make progress
  • Talk for Writing – whole school training programme to improve the teaching and learning of English
  • Speaking and listening club for targeted pupils to raise their confidence and self esteem
  • Breakfast and Homework clubs to give targeted pupils a healthy start to the school day
  • Financial assistance for visits and residential trips to support families
  • Financial assistance with uniform to support families
  • Enrichment provision including trips, residentials, workshops, theatre groups to give the pupils a broad curriculum and a rich understanding of the world
  • Support with payment for music tuition to support families
  • Daily milk for all pupils to give pupils a healthy start to the school day
  • Family Worker support for families including events, workshops and trips

The impact of all the above will be reviewed termly and adapted as necessary.

Review of expenditure 2015-2016

  • An allocated HLTA to boost progress of targeted pupils
  • Additional support staff in classrooms
  • Interventions and target groups run by additional teachers
  • 1:1 tutoring
  • Breakfast and Homework clubs
  • Extra-curricular clubs before school, lunchtimes and after school
  • Financial assistance for visits and residential trips
  • Financial assistance with uniform
  • Additional teachers to reduce sizes of sets in English and Maths
  • Enrichment provision including trips, residentials, workshops, theatre groups
  • Support with payment for music tuition
  • Daily milk for all pupils
  • Specialist Maths software schemes (Maths Whizz and My Maths)
  • Family Worker events including workshops and trips
  • Attachment training for staff
  • Pupil Premium Resource Packs
  • Additional adults in Guided Reading
  • Extra reading at break times with teaching assistants
  • Specialist Teachers for Music, PE and ICT
  • Writing conferencing sessions run by class teachers
  • Talk for Writing – whole school training programme

Impact of Pupil Premium Spending 2015-2016

% achieved expected or above
ReadingWritingMaths
Yr 3 All Pupils77%73%75%
Yr 3 PP88%82%82%
Yr 4 All Pupils85%84%84%
Yr 4 PP87%84%82%
Yr 5 All Pupils81%82%83%
Yr 5 PP88%84%82%
Yr 6 All Pupils56%83%61%
Yr 6 PP51%81%55%


Barriers to future attainment for PP pupils

  • Middle and high ability pupils who are eligible for PP funding are making significantly below average progress in Reading
  • Middle ability pupils who are eligible for PP funding are making significantly below average progress in Maths
  • Lack of self-confidence and self esteem