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Planned Pupil Premium 2017-18

Overview of the Academy

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

459 

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

289          

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1320.00

Total amount of PPG received

£381,480


Breakdown of PP pupils per year groups 2016 - 17


 

Year group

 

6

 

5

 

4

 

3

 

2

 

 

1

 

Rec

 

Nursery

 

Number of pupils

 

45/60

41/59

54/84

39/59

36/60

29/59

 ../59    

 ../18

 

% of year group

 

75%

69%

64%

66%

60%

49%

 ..%

 ..%

Previous performance of disadvantaged pupils (pupils eligible for free school meals during the last 6 years or in local authority care for at least six months)

 

2016

2017

% of pupils making expected progress in English

Reading

-3.7

Writing

-1.2

Reading  

-0.3

Writing    

2.0

% of pupils making expected progress in maths

Maths

-1.7

Maths 

2.4

 

% of pupils increasing APS narrowing gap with national – give details.

Attainment EXP+ Reading All Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    42%         %

Reading PP Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    %              %

Writing All Pupils

    Sch          Nat

      %             %

Writing PP Pupils

    Sch          Nat

       %            %

Maths All Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    59%         %

Maths PP Pupils

    Sch          Nat

      %            %

Reading All Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    27.2         29.0

Reading PP Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    27.3         27.6

Writing All Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    26.8         28.2

Writing PP Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    26.6         26.6

Maths All Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    28.0         29.0

Maths PP Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    27.8         27.3

Accelerated  progress for FSM

28% reading all

28% reading FSM

26% writing  all

26% writing FSM

41% maths all

35% maths FSM 

Attainment 100+ Reading All Pupils

   Sch          Nat

   60% 

Reading PP Pupils

   Sch

   58%

Writing All Pupils

   Sch

   75%

 Writing PP Pupils

   Sch

   73%

Maths All Pupils

   Sch

   76%

Maths PP Pupils

   Sch

   73%


 

Include additional performance measures relevant to your school phase

KS1 100+

(%) exc mobile

Reading

61% (81%)

Writing

51% (65%)

Maths

57% (75%)

 

KS1 100+

(%) exc mobile

Reading

77% (61%)

Writing

65% (51%)

Maths

72% (57%)

 

 

 


Summary of PPG spending 2017/18

Rationale for FSM provision 2017/18

Objectives in spending PPG: (express in terms of pupil outcomes in English/maths APS and progress, hard and measurable success criteria)

Focus of support to be predominantly in Year 6, Year 4, Year 3 and year 2. Aim to diminish PP /NonPP difference and to significantly close difference with National.  

To close the gap so that 96%+ FSM children make expected progress in their year group with at least 65% of those working below expected making accelerated progress. 

To raise profile of reading within school and develop motivation for reading for pleasure.


.

Summary of spending and actions taken:

·         Additional class teacher (mornings) in Year 6  Sep 17 – July 2018

·         Intervention/Booster Teacher Year 2 and Year 6 4 days/week

·         EAL Teacher

·         EAL Teaching Assistant

·         Phonics intervention KS1 5 afternoons / week.  Cost of TA

·         Breakfast Club Sept 17- July 18

·         Speech Therapist p/t 1.5 days / week

·         1:1 TA to support identified key children

·         EAL Learning Village

·         2 x level 2 p/t TAs – support with reading KS1

·         1x level 2 TA EYFS

·         Subsidising of Curricular experiences to initiate excitement about topic and broaden children’s experiences

·         Afternoon TA costs – Intervention

·         Free Milk Scheme

·         Attendance rewards

·         Mini Bus Lease (Home pick up)

·         Pm SEND support TA

 



                                                           

Item/project

Approx Cost

Objective

Outcome

 

Additional 50% Year 6 teacher

(PP Salaries)

 

 

£28,005

 

 

 

To bring reading results across the whole cohort to at least 75% and combined to at least 70%

Focus on accelerated progress within year 6 for identified children diminishing disadvantaged difference.

 

Foundation additional TA

£16,694

Raise GLD to at least 70%, with minimal disadvantaged difference.

Support with home pick-ups and home visits to improve attendance particularly in Reception and for key identified families

 

Additional Year 2/6 teacher

(PP Salaries) 4 days

 

 

£28,192

 

 

 

 

To raise end KS1 writing in-line with Maths and Reading enabling  all 3 subjects to be above National

To bring reading results across the whole cohort to at least 75% and combined to at least 70%

Focus on accelerated progress within year 6 for identified children diminishing disadvantaged difference.

·          

EAL Teacher

£39,502

To work with Newly Arrived and EAL pupils with focus of language and grammar development.

Increased %age of EAL pupils at ARE for reading and writing

 

EAL TA

£14,269

To ensure all Newly Arrived Pupils gain survival language within first few weeks at school.

To enable pupils to use Learning Village independently

 

Phonics intervention KS1

1 x TA

£12,664

Consolidate 2017 achievement in Phonics check in year 1 and year 2.

Achieve above national  in both year groups

 

1 x  SEND TAs 5 x pm

£14,155

Support for key SEND children in afternoon sessions ensuring identified children make at least 3  terms progress

TT

TJ

HMA            

OR           

JPSM

CDW

 

Mini Bus

Lease

Fuel

Maintenance

Insurance

£7,974

(£5,678)

(£996)

(£500)

(£800)

To reduce PA by providing collect service to key, in need families.

To provide extra-curricular activities for disadvantaged pupils

 

afternoon TA intervention KS1 & KS2, Catch Up

Numbers Count, Rapid Read, Rapid Phonics

 

£118,978

 

 

 

 

All identified PP Target children making accelerated progress and achieving ARE by end of year, diminishing disadvantaged difference in all classes in reading, writing and maths

 

CATCH Up Training for KS2 TAs

£700

High quality delivery of Catch-Up by all TAs, diminishing disadvantaged difference through all identified PP Target children making accelerated progress and achieving ARE by end of year

 

Speech Therapist

2 days / week

£24,000

Improved support for children with speech difficulties.  In class provision improved through advice to class teachers

 

Year 6 SATs residential

£3,000

SATs preparation – ensuring all children attend.  Raising motivation and expectations

 

Small group tutoring

SATs Booster

 

·         After School Booster overtime

·         TA SATs booster yr 2 and yr 6 8.30 -9.00

 

£4,000

Maths, reading and writing 1:1 private tuition for whole year Identified  FSM pupils working at least 1 term behind National

 

1:1 reading support: x2 Staff

 

£5,948

£5,948

Year 1 phonics 90%+

Year 2 Resit 95%+

End KS1 reading 80%+

Disadvantaged Difference closing

 

1:1 TA – Autism/behaviour  support

£21,000

1:1 support to enable key autistic/behaviour children to work in class


 

Breakfast Club Sports Coaches

Breakfast Club Staff

 

£8,442

 

 

 

Ensuring Pupil Premium children are able to start the day with a healthy breakfast and activity.

 

Free School Milk Scheme

£8,000

Statutory.  Milk offered to children at lunchtime in both sandwich and diner halls

 

PP Creative Curriculum

EYFS/Y1, Y2/3, Y4/5, Y6

Educational experiences

£16,000

Ensure all pupils have engagement with each topic.  Experiences gained that our FSM would not normally experience.  Broadening outlook

 

Attendance rewards and incentives

£3,000

Raise attendance to 97%.

Reduce PA to National figure

 

 Updated October 2017

Total PPG received

£381,480

Total allocated PPG expenditure

£380,417

PPG remaining

£1,009.00






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2016-2017

2015-2016

2014-2015

2013-2014

2012-2013