Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Allocation 2016-2017: £46,502

11% of pupils were eligible for Pupil Premium. Here's how the Pupil Premium Allocation was spent:


Where

What

Impact

Evidence

Key Stage 1 and 2

Appointment of Learning Support Assistants to give targeted support in maths, reading and writing across Key Stages.        

£19530

Raising of standards in basic skills of maths reading and writing. Closing gaps in learning.

Pupils focus improved.

Children achieving their targets.

Concentration and motivation improved.

Key Stage 1 and 2

Specific resources purchased to support needs of children.

£4375

Greater access to learning. Confidence in ability to learn raised.

Children achieving their targets.

End of term, end of year and end of key stage results.

Key Stage 2

Booster for Key Stage 2 PP and FSM pupils in maths and/or reading and writing.

£9611

Raising of standards in basic skills of maths, reading and writing.

Pupils focus improved.

Children achieving their targets.

End of term results, end of year and end of key stage results.

Mentoring

TA working 1-1 with PP and FSM children to learning and social and emotional well-being.

£3854

Children’s confidence and self -esteem raised. A bond of trust established.

Children’s concentration, motivation and positive participation in lessons improved.

Familiy Support

Social and Emotional Support for individual PP or FSM children in need.

£4560

Children’s social skills and emotional well-being improved over time.

Children happier in school. Impact on home life positive. Parent /child relationships strengthened.

Learning Support

LSAs to have timetabled time with class teachers to discuss and plan for children.

£3,472

Quality of LSA support improving. Sessions and activities match children’s specific needs.

Observations show quality of LSA support improving.
Children achieving their targets.

School Trips and Swimming

50% contribution made to cost of school trips and swimming.

£500

Pupil premium child/ren able to participate fully in school trips and swimming.

All pupil premium children attending school trips and swimming.

School Uniform

50% of cost of provision of logoed uniform.

£100

Self-esteem of child/ren maintained or improved.

Pupil premium children dressed as all other children.

Special visitors to school

Contributions made on behalf of PP and FSM children to enable whole school/classes to participate in a range of activities i.e. author visit, workshops.

£500

Opportunities to widen knowledge and experience.

All children participating in special activities.





Pupil Premium Allocation 2015-2016: £51,000

10.5% of pupils were eligible for Pupil Premium. Here's how the Pupil Premium Allocation was spent:


Where
 
What
 
Impact
 
Evidence
 

 Early Years
 Foundation Stage
 Maths, phonic and
 language development
 resources.
 To be assessed.
 Learning Journals.

 Key Stage 1 
 Appointment of
 Learning Support
 Assistants to give 
 targeted support in maths,
 reading and writing
 across Key Stage.

 Raising of standards in 
 basic skills of maths 
 reading and writing.

 Pupils focus improved.

 Children achieving their
 targets.

 End of term and end
 of  year results

 Behaviour logs.
 Key Stage 1 and 2

 Specific resources
 purchased to support
 needs of children, including
 whole class sets.
 Greater access
 to learning.
 Children achieving their
 targets.

 End of term and end of
 year results
 Key Stage 2

 1-1 tuition in Classes 5
 and 6 to support pupils in
 maths, reading and writing.

 Appointment of Learning
 Support Assistants to give
 targeted support in maths, 
 reading and writing across
 Key Stage.
  

 Raising of standards
 in basic skills of maths,
 reading and writing.

 Pupils focus improved.

 Children achieving their
 targets.

 Behaviour logs.

 End of term results and
 end of year results.
 Learning Support

 Targeted LSA training
 for specific needs.
 LSAs to have timetabled
 time with class teachers to
 discuss and plan for children.


 Quality of LSA support
 improving. Sessions
 and activities match
 children’s specific needs.
 Observations show quality
 of LSA support improving.
 Children achieving their
 targets.

 School Trips and Swimming
 
 50% contribution made to
 cost of school trips and
 swimming.
 Pupil premium child/ren
 able to participate fully in
 school trips and swimming.
 All pupil premium children
 attending school trips and
 swimming.
 School Uniform

 50% of cost of provision of
 logoed uniform.
 Self-esteem of child/ren
 maintained or improved.
 Pupil premium children
 dressed as all other children.
 Special visitors to school
 
 Contributions made to
 enable whole school/classes
 to participate in a range  
 of activities i.e. author visit,
 workshops.
 Opportunities to widen
 knowledge and experience.
 All children participating
 in special activities.





Pupil Premium Allocation 2014-2015: £39,000


12% of pupils were eligible for Pupil Premium. Here's how the Pupil Premium Allocation was spent:

 

Where

What

Impact

Evidence

Early Years Foundation Stage

Maths, phonic and language development resources.

To be assessed.

Learning Journals.

Key Stage 1

Appointment of Learning Support Assistants to give targeted support in maths, reading and writing across Key Stage.

Raising of standards in basic skills of maths reading and writing.

Pupils focus improved.

Children achieving their targets.

End of term and end of year results.

Behaviour logs.

Key Stage 1 and 2
Specific resources purchased to support needs of children, including whole class sets.

Greater access to learning. Children achieving their targets. 

End of term and end of year results.

Key Stage 2

1-1 tuition in Classes 5 and 6 to support pupils in maths, reading and writing.

Appointment of Learning Support Assistants to give targeted support in maths, reading and writing across Key Stage.

Raising of standards in basic skills of maths reading and writing.

Pupils focus improved.

Children achieving their targets.

Behaviour logs.

End of term results and end of year results.

Learning Support
Targeted LSA training for specific needs.
LSAs to have timetabled time with class teachers to discuss and plan for children.
          
Quality of LSA support improving. Sessions and activities match children’s specific needs.
Observations show quality of LSA support improving.
Children achieving their targets.
School Trips and Swimming
50% contribution made to cost of school trips and swimming.
         
Pupil premium child/ren able to participate fully in school trips and swimming.

All pupil premium children attending school trips and swimming.
School Uniform
50% of cost of provision of logoed uniform.
Self-esteem of child/ren maintained or improved.
          
Pupil premium children dressed as all other children.

Special visitors to school
Contributions made to enable whole school/classes to participate in a range of activities i.e. author visit, workshops.
          
Opportunities to widen knowledge and experience.
All children participating in special activities.

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