Pupil Premium Grant

Impact of Pupil Premium:

 

Number of pupils eligible for PP - 51

Total received - £67,320

 

OBJECTIVES:

ACTIONS:

EXPENDITURE:

To improve progress within learning

 

To improve the quality of teaching for PP children.

 

For PP children to perform highly across the school.

For children to become more engaged in their learning.

 

To improve well-being and self-esteem.

High Performance Learning Foundation Stage

£24,000

To improve progress within learning

Interventions 

£6750

To improve progress within learning

IDL

£6000

To improve attendance and self-esteem.

School trips

 

£500

To improve progress within learning and social and emotional regulation.

Educational Psychologist

£6000

To improve progress within learning and social and emotional regulation.

Harbour

 

£9991

To improve progress within learning and social and emotional regulation.

Ark

 

£9060

To improve attendance and self-esteem

Wrap Around Clubs

 

£2000

To improve attendance and self-esteem

Uniform

 

£200

To improve attendance and self-esteem.

Family Support Worker

£2699

 

TOTAL:

 £66,980

 

2018/19 Pupil Premium Grant

 

Number on roll 2018/19 – 233

 

Number of pupils eligible for PP - 53

 

Total received - £72560

 

OBJECTIVES

ACTIONS

EXPENDITURE

To improve progress within learning and social and emotional regulation.

Intervention groups, individual action plans by educational psychologists

£12000

To improve progress within English and Maths.

KS2 bespoke learning programmes

£6750

To improve progress within English

IDL

£6075 

To improve progress within English

Stairway to Success

£225

To improve progress within English

Toe by Toe/ Hornet, Words First

£339

To improve progress within learning

Support staff linked to target groups linked to attainment and progress

£3390

To improve progress within social and emotional regulation.

An experienced Counsellor

£3500

To improve attendance and self-esteem.

Targeted pupil premium pupils are offered breakfast and after school club provision to improve behaviours for learning

£2000

To improve progress within social and emotional regulation.

Nurture group is continuing to support pupils with social and emotional difficulties

£9060

To improve attendance and self-esteem.

Uniform and PE kit funded for students where financial assistance is needed

£200

To improve progress within English and Maths.

Learning plans in place, up to date and made available to relevant teaching and support staff

£300

To improve attendance and self-esteem.

Support with the cost of trips provided

£500

To improve progress within social and emotional regulation.

Internal alternative provision

£8630

To improve progress within social and emotional regulation.

Therapy provision

£9991

To improve attendance and self-esteem.

Attendance liaison

£6000

To improve attendance and self-esteem.

Use of the Family Support Worker

£3600

 

 

 

Impact of the pupil premium on achievement in 2018/ 2019

 

End of KS2 Attainment

 

6 children were eligible for the pupil premium in Y6. Care must be taken when analysing small numbers of pupils. Of this group, 3 children joined the school late.

 

Subject

% of PP children achieving the expected standard

% of Y6 cohort achieving the expected standard

Reading

33%

73%

Writing

83%

93%

Maths

83%

79%

 

In reading, 83% of the PP children made at least expected progress during the year from their Year 3 starting points. One child attained a Higher Scaled Score within reading

In writing, all PP children made at least expected progress or better during the year from their Year 3 starting points. Of these, 1 child achieved GDS.

In maths, all PP children made at least expected progress or better during the year from their Year 3 starting points. Of these, 1 child achieved GDS.

 

 

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