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Pupil Premium 2016-17

Planned Pupil Premium 2016-17

Overview of the Academy


Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

446 + 31 p/t nursery

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

292      

Amount of PPG received per pupil

 £1396.85

Total amount of PPG received


£407,880

 

Breakdown of PP pupils per year groups 2016 - 17

 

Year group

 

6

 

5

 

4

 

3

 

2

 

 

1

 

Rec

 

Nursery

 

Number of pupils

 

43/57

44/59

44/60

54/88

40/59

34/60

32/60

 8/31

 

% of year group

 

75%

75%

73%

61%

68%

57%

 53%

 26%

 

  

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)

 

2015

2016

% of pupils making expected progress in English

Reading

All 91%  PP 88%

Writing

All 96%  PP 94%

Reading -3.7

Writing -1.7

 

% of pupils making expected progress in maths

Maths

All 98%  PP 98%

Maths

 

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

Attainment 4+ Reading All Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    74%         89%

Reading PP Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    75%         83%

Writing All Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    74%         87%

Writing PP Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    75%         79%

Maths All Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    79%         87%

Maths PP Pupils

    Sch          Nat

    80%         80%

APS

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

   42%

Reading PP Pupils

   Sch

   36%

Writing All Pupils

   Sch

   69%

   

Writing PP Pupils

   Sch

   64%

Maths All Pupils

   Sch

   59%

Maths PP Pupils

   Sch

   50%

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KS1

15.3 (15.9) Reading

14.3 (15.3)Writing

15.3 (15.7)Maths

 

 

KS1 100+

(%) exc mobile

Reading

61% (81%)

Writing

51% (65%)

Maths

57% (75%)

 

 

 

Summary of PPG spending 2016/17

Rationale for FSM provision 2016/17

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 reduce FSM /NFSM gap and to significantly close gap 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.

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Summary of spending and actions taken:·         Additional class teacher (mornings) in Years 2 & 6  Sep 16 – July 2017

·         p/t Additional Class Teacher year 3 Autumn term

·         Y6 Small group in school tutoring/booster

·         Accelerated Reader for all children across KS2

·         Cost of TA – Year 6 and Year 2 SATs Booster

·         Teacher 3 days / week Yr2 /Yr 6 SATs support

·         Rapid Phonics / Rapid Read 5 afternoons / week Cost of p/t teacher

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

·         Explore Learning Tuition 17 Pupils KS2

·         Library refurbishment

·         Breakfast Club Sep 15 –July 16

·         Speech Therapist p/t 2 days / week

·         1:1 TA to support identified key child

·         Learning mentor to support with home pick up. 1:1 and small group learning intervention

·         EAL Learning Village

·         Beanstalk Reading Support

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

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

·         EAL Support Assistant

·         Afternoon TA costs – Intervention

·         Free Milk Scheme

·         Attendance rewards

·         Mini Bus Lease (Home pick up)

·         Family Support Work

Outcomes to date:

Outcomes will be published after Oct 2017

 

                                                           

Item/project

Approx Cost

Objective

Outcome

 

Additional 50% Year 6 teacher

(PP Salaries)

 

 

£33,384

To improve reading, writing and maths skills through smaller class teaching across all subjects. To enable differentiated sets to accurately target gaps in pupils knowledge and stretch more able.

Focus on accelerated progress within year 6 for identified children closing FSM/NFSM gap

Yr 6 SATs outcomes:

Maths 76%        (58%)

Reading  58%   (42%)

Writing  76%     (68%

Combined 55%  (39%)

(2016 results in brackets)

Progress measures on track to be approx. +3.0 for maths and +0.9 for reading.

2016 progress Maths -1.7, Reading -3.7, Writing -1.2

Additional 50% Year 2 teacher

(PP Salaries)

 

£29,621

To improve reading, writing and maths skills through smaller class teaching across all subjects. Focus on accelerated progress within year 2 for identified children closing FSM/NFSM gap

Yr 2 End KS outcomes:

Maths 72%        (58%)

Reading  77%   (62%)

Writing  65%     (51%)

 (2016 results in brackets)

 

Additional Year 3 teacher

(PP Salaries) 3 days

 

£32,225

To improve reading, writing and maths skills through smaller class teaching across reading, writing and maths with a focus on mobile pupils from bulge class catching up with National

% making accelerated Progress over 3 terms:

·         Maths   20%

·         Reading  57%

·         Writing   42%

% making expected or better Progress over 2 terms

·         Maths   64%

·         Reading  87%

·         Writing   86%

 

Reading / Phonics Teacher  GG 15hrs / week

(PP Salaries)

Rapid Read

Rapid Phonics

£21,450

To work with identified children in phonics primarily in year 3 to achieve accelerated progress and support reading and writing

8 x Yr 3 pupils  (not passing phonics check 2016)    7 now scoring 33+

100%  year 2 resit children scoring 32+

Rapid Phonics  (11 children)

64%  making accelerated progress across 3 terms


Phonics intervention KS1

1 x TA

£10,000

Consolidate 2016 achievement in Phonics check in year 1 and year 2.

Achieve national+ in both year groups

97% children passed Screening check in June (92%)

100% Year 2 resit children passed screening check

2 SEND TAs 5 x pm

£22,500

Support for key SEND children in afternoon sessions


Mini Bus Lease, Maintenance + Fuel 

£6178

 

 

afternoon TA Salaries KS2 (27%)

£50,120

Targeted intervention in afternoons for identified groups of children

Average  Reading Age increases in 9 months

Year 3      19 months

Year 4      15 months

Year 5      22 months

Year 6      6 months

 

Make the Grade

30 Year 5 pupils

 

 

£1000

 

Business/industry linked projects.  To be agreed/negotiated in Autumn 2

Sessions attended by all Year 5

Career Day for 30 Year 5 attended

CATCH Up Training for KS2 TAs

£4,150

Accelerated progress for identified children in KS2 and year 2

Catch up well established in year 2, year 4 and developing in year 3.  Limited progress in year 5.

Year 2 Maths – 6 children, accelerated progress made by all. 3 made 18 months progress in 2 terms

Year 2 Literacy – 6 pupils. 5/6 made accelerated progress over 2 terms

Yr 4 numeracy - 8 children 6/8 made accelerated progress

Yr 4 Literacy – 8 children.  7/8 made accelerated progress

Fun Families

£0

EYFS PP provision

Information sessions attended.  Project not started

Speech Therapist

2 days / week

£24000

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

30 pupils supported weekly.

Clear impact on pupil confidence to speak.

Year 6 SATs residential

£3600

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

45  Yr6 children attended

Yr 6 SATs predictions:

Maths 76%        (58%)

Reading  58%   (42%)

Writing  76%     (68%)

Combined 55%  (39%)

(2016 results in brackets)

Progress measures on track to be close to be approx 0.9 reading, 3.0 Maths

2016 progress Maths -1.7, Reading -3.7, Writing -1.2

Beanstalk Reading,

£560

Reading support for identified children.

3 children supported

All making slightly above expected progress

Accelerated Reader

·         Licence

·         Staffing

 

£1950

£3000

AR provided for all pupils in KS2.

Focus on 30 PP children across year 6

Progress in 9 months

 

Year 3      19 months

Year 4      15 months

Year 5      22 months

Year 6      6 months

 

Small group tutoring

SATs Booster

 

·         Explore Learning Small group

·         After school booster sessions

·         Additional TA SATs booster yr 2 and yr Spring Term

 

£32000

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

17 children attending Explore Learning     Less than 50% making accelerated progress.  Provision to stop at end of year.  Not value for money                           

30 children had maths booster sessions led by teachers/TAs in school

24 children had reading booster sessions led by teachers/TAs in school

Positive progress measures  for reading and maths

1:1 reading support:

EYFS, Yr1,Yr2 and Yr3

 

£31,188

1:1 reading and phonics support in Years 1 and 2

97% children passing Screening check in June (92%)

100% Year 2 resit children passing screening check

1:1 TA – Autism support

£21,450

1:1 support to enable key autistic child to work in class

Child now able to work in class.  Accessing curriculum fully with support

EAL Learning Village

£1500

On-line learning resource covering:

·         Survival Language

·         Phonics

·         Curriculum Access

Used to support NAP, limited English and SEND with poor phonics and language

28 children receiving intervention sessions on Learning Village – predominantly Newly Arrived at early stage of English.  All Newly arrived pupils are making quick progress with basic spoken language

32 EAL children use Learning village in class with CT and at home

28 children using Learning Village to support phonics although not EAL

EAL TA 5 mornings +  1 x afternoon

£12,849

Support for growing number of N.A.Ps particularly in Bulge class and year 3. Implementation of Learning Village

Working with 28 children on basic language. All Newly arrived pupils are making quick progress with basic spoken language

Breakfast Club Sports Coaches

Breakfast Club Staff

 

£6,000

 

£6,900

 

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

120 children attending daily. 

Waiting list in place.  

Emergency places provided as needed for vulnerable families

Free School Milk Scheme

£7254

 

All children offered milk at lunchtime

PP Creative Curriculum

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

Educational experiences

£20,000

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

All year groups receive a termly experience, either on-site or off-site.

All experiences are heavily subsidised through PP and the school budget with additional parental contribution of £5.00 / term

Library refurbishment

£14,000

Environment being used throughout day and after school. Children excited about visiting library.

£14,000 on creating engaging library environment.

 

Reading for pleasure:

new books for library, accelerated reader and phonics

£8,000

 

Purchase of Phonics books for use in EYFS and year 1.

Purchase of Accelerated reader books for Lower KS2 and lower ability older children.  Purchase of high challenge age appropriate books for more able UKS2.

Restocking library with new fiction and non-fiction

£3000 Phonics reading scheme

90% children predicted to pass Screening check in June (92%)

100% Year 2 resit children predicted to pass screening check

 

£5000 additional books – will be available when new library opens in June

 

Attendance rewards and incentives

£3000

Raise attendance to 97%.

Reduce PA to National figure

Attendance currently 95.0%  Rewards successfully lowering PA – predicted PA 11% – 12% by end of year


 

Total PPG received

£407,880

Total allocated PPG expenditure

£407,879

PPG remaining£1

£1

 

 

 

 

 

 Updated August 2016



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