2015-2016  Pupil Premium Funding:

26% of pupils in the school qualify/qualified for free school meals in the past 6 years

2% of pupils in school who were looked after

0% of pupils were from service families

Funding received: £35.650. This was spent on:

-Intervention – targeted support in phonics, early reading, oral language, fine motor development, basic number

-Targeted Teacher Intervention – gaps and barriers in reading inference, spelling, grammar and punctuation and mathematics

-TA Support for emotional resilience and positive behaviour

-Music Lessons

-Educational visits

-Financial support to ensure participation in school activities

Expenditure Cost Purpose
TA support
£20’810 Prepare pupils to learn

Encourage social interaction

Boost self-esteem and build emotional resilience

Improve attendance

Support pupils to secure phonics, early reading, speech and language, fine-motor control, basic number skills and mathematical understanding

Intervention
£10’079 To support pupils to achieve success in Mathematics and English

1:1 Teacher Intervention

Booster sessions SATS

Resources

Educational visits and experiences
£4’761 Involvement of pupils in extended learning activities, ensured pupils are able to participate and to give pupils the opportunity to experience new and challenging activities.

IMPACT STATEMENT

Whole School Mathematics: [ children receiving Pupil Premium ]

Working Towards Expected Standard   43%

Achieved Expected Standard                  57%

Whole School Reading: [ children receiving Pupil Premium ]

Working Towards Expected Standard   35%

Achieved Expected Standard                  65%

End of Key Stage 1

Mathematics:  67% pupils eligible for the pupil premium made required progress from EYFS GLD

Reading:            100% pupils eligible for the pupil premium made required progress from EYFS GLD

Writing:             100% pupils eligible for the pupil premium made required progress from EYFS GLD

KS2 * Value Added progress score for disadvantaged pupils

All subjects;        2.6    above

Reading;              7.5    significantly+

Writing;              -0.5    above

Mathematics:      0.8    above

Summary: KS2 performed in line with National Expectations in all subjects and above in reading.

KS2 *comparisons of average scaled score to National Expectation of 100

All subjects;                                                      99.93    in line

Reading;                                                          104.8      above

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling;            103.2      above

Writing;                                                              95.8      below

Mathematics:                                                    99.2      in line

Summary: KS2 performed above and in line with National Expectations except in writing.

THE GAP

By the end of key stage 2 the gap between the new national expectations of 100 is closing and disadvantaged pupils are achieving in line or above in all subjects except writing.

Disadvantaged pupils’ value added exceeds sufficient progress measures.

*comparisons made with non-disadvantaged pupils nationally

 

2014-2015  Pupil Premium Funding:

30% of pupils in the school qualified for free school meals

  2% of pupils in school who were looked after

  0% of pupils were from service families

Funding received: £27.300 based on pupils eligible for free school meals. This was spent on:

  • Intervention
  • Music Lessons
  • Educational visits
  • Financial support to ensure participation in school activities
  • 1:1 Teacher Intervention
  • TA Support for emotional resilience and positive behaviour
Expenditure Cost Purpose
TA support
£3’866

Prepare pupils to learn

Encourage social interaction

Boost self-esteem

Improve attendance

Support pupils to secure phonics, early reading, fine-motor control, basic number skills and mathematical understanding

Intervention
£20’000

To support pupils to achieve success in Mathematics and English

1:1 Teacher Intervention

Booster sessions SATS

Resources

Music lessons
£1’877

Music Technology Project and Ukulele Tuition

Educational visits and experiences
£1’500

Involvement of pupils in extended learning activities, ensured pupils are able to participate and to give pupils the opportunity to experience new and challenging activities.

IMPACT STATEMENT

Whole School Mathematics: [ children receiving Pupil Premium ]

Requires Improvement – 28.57%

Expected Progress – 38.1%

Good /Outstanding Progress – 33.3%

Whole School Reading: [ children receiving Pupil Premium ]

Requires Improvement – 9.52%

Expected Progress – 57.14%

Good /Outstanding Progress – 33.3%

Whole School Writing: [ children receiving Pupil Premium ]

Requires Improvement – 28.57%

Expected Progress – 38.1%

Good /Outstanding Progress – 33.3%

End of Key Stage 1

Mathematics: The average progress for KS1 children receiving Pupil Premium is 5.6, this is outstanding progress.

Reading: The average progress for KS1 children receiving Pupil Premium is 4.8, this is Good progress.

Writing: The average progress for KS1 children receiving Pupil Premium is 4.4, this is expected progress.

End of Key Stage 2

Mathematics: The average progress for KS2 children receiving Pupil Premium is 3, this is expected progress.

Reading: The average progress for KS2 children receiving Pupil Premium is 3, this is expected progress.

Writing: The average progress for KS2 children receiving Pupil Premium is 4, this is outstanding progress.

KS1 comparisons to National averages

  • All subjects;     School 14.4     National 14.6
  • Reading;          School 14.3     National 15
  • Writing;            School 13        National 13.7
  • Mathematics:   School 16        National 15

Summary: KS1 performed below National averages in all subjects and above in maths.

KS2 comparisons to National averages

  • All subjects;                                         School 30.2     National 27
  • Reading;                                              School 29        National 27.5
  • Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling;      School 33        National 26.9
  • Writing;                                                School 31        National 26.3
  • Mathematics:                                       School 31        National 27.2

Summary: KS2 performed above National averages.

THE GAP

The gap between whole school and disadvantaged pupils is closing and pupils are mainly working in line with their peers.
By the end of key stage 2 they are exceeding national comparisons.

 

2013-14 Allocated Funding   £19’060

Identified Priorities

  1. To give support and raise achievement for vulnerable pupils and any pupils who may otherwise underperform or not reach their full potential
  2. Support emotional and behavioural needs of vulnerable pupils
  3. Enhance and enrich the curriculum to raise pupil aspiration

 

Actions

1. Fund small group and 1:1 intervention for L4 and L5 maths and reading boosting

2a. Fund TA to deliver intervention and emotional and behaviour support for key pupils and groups

2b. Fund TA to lead social skills and interaction at lunchtimes

3a. Fund enrichment days and weeks: inspirational starting point experiences for maths, reading and writing

3b. Support funding of Residential Trip and Educational Visits

 

Intended Outcomes

1. Raise and accelerate achievement and attainment

2. Reduce anxiety and raise engagement and motivation in both unstructured and structures parts of the day

3. An enhanced and enriched curriculum is accessible for all and provides opportunities for SMSC growth for vulnerable groups and pupils

 

Impact

1. All pupils achieved 2 levels progress in reading.

– 54% of pupils made better than expected progress in reading and writing

– 45% of pupils made better than expected progress in mathematics

– 91% of pupils achieved L4+ in reading, writing and maths

 

2. Positive pupil and parent perception of behaviour and safety

– Pupils enjoy coming to school and this is reflected in the school’s attendance (96.6%) which is above national (95.2%)

– 100% positive parental feedback on safety

–  83% strongly agree and 17% agree that pupils are well behaved and well looked after

– 100% pupils benefit from Y6 transition preparation focused on emotional resilience

 

3. Positive pupil perception of enrichment projects

– 92% of parents who strongly agree that education visits provide worthwhile enriching opportunities;

– 84% pupils took part in the school residential to London

– 100% pupils attend educational visits

 

These initiatives are part funded by pupil premium and topped up from the main school budget to ensure that all vulnerable and underperforming pupils are targeted.

 

2012-13 Allocated Funding  £9’970

Identified Priorities

  1. Raise and accelerate achievement in basic skills
  2. To give support to vulnerable pupils who may otherwise underperform or not reach their full potential
  3. Support emotional and behavioural needs of vulnerable pupils
  4. Enhance and enrich the curriculum to raise pupil aspiration

Actions

1a. Fund teacher and TA training in Phonics and Phonic Intervention;

1b. Consultancy support in early reading and writing;

1c. Fund TA to lead Phonic intervention and catch up programmes;

2. Fund small group and 1:1 intervention for L4 and L6 maths and reading boosting;

3a. Fund TA to lead social interaction group;

3b. Fund Teacher / TA to lead social and academic enhancement after school provision;

4a. Fund enrichment days and weeks: inspirational starting point experiences for maths, reading and writing;

4b. Support funding of Residential Visit;

 

Impact

1. 86% of Year 1 pupils met or exceeded the phonic screening – an increase of 22%

2. All pupils achieved 2 levels progress in Reading and Mathematics.

– 36% of pupils made better than expected progress [7 sublevels+] in mathematics – 10% higher than National Average [2012]

– 1 pupil achieved Level 6 in mathematics

– 100.7 Value Added score in mathematics* for pupils eligible for pupil premium

– 57% of pupils made better than expected progress [7 sublevels+] in Reading

– 102.7 Value Added score in English* for pupils eligible for pupil premium

3. Positive pupil and parent perception of after school provision

– 3.4% improvement in attendance;

– Reduction in behaviour related incidents;

– 87% positive parental feedback

4. Positive pupil perception of enrichment days

– 31% increase of parents who strongly agree that education visits provide worthwhile enriching opportunities;

– 79% pupils took part in school residential

*Value Added scores based on 2012 formulas and national statistics

These initiatives are part funded by pupil premium and topped up from the main school budget to ensure that all vulnerable and underperforming pupils are targeted.

 

2011-12 Allocated Funding  £3’640

Identified Priorities

    1. Additional teaching and learning opportunities through trained Teaching Assistants
    2. Improve provision for raising standards in basic skills
    3. Target higher % pupils achieving L3 at KS1 and L5 writing at KS2
    4. Enhance and enrich the curriculum to raise pupil aspiration

Actions

    1. Teachers and Teaching Assistants trained in Precision teaching
    2. Acquiring effective materials aimed at raising standards, particularly in phonics, reading and mathematics
    3. Small group work for identified pupils who may otherwise underperform or not reach full potential
    4. Support funding of school visits and visitors

Impact

1. All teachers and Teaching Assistants trained in Precision Teaching
2. Percentage of children passing the Year One Phonics screening check is above national average, higher by 6%
3. 23% children achieve L3 Reading and 15% achieve L3 Maths at KS1; previously 0% children achieved L3 at KS1 in 2009-11
3. Highest % of pupils achieved L5 in English since 2007; 7% more children achieved L5 writing than 2010/11
4. All pupils experience high quality, enriching experiences