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Pupil Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

 

PUPIL PREMIUM ALLOCATION AND EXPENDITURE

 

PP Allocation for 2019-2020 = £225,720

Actual spend = £236,115.50

Objectives in spending PPG:

To improve attainment and progress, and to close the gap between pupils receiving pupil premium funding and pupils who are not receiving it.

Barriers to Learning:

Deprivation of language and vocabulary development; limited emotional resilience and self-esteem; English as an additional language; neglect and abuse; low attendance and poor puntuality; lack of access to a good morning routine; high mobility

 

Summary of spending 2019-2020:

RWInc Phonics and Spelling 

Pastoral Staff, inc Safeguarding Liaison Officer & Pupil Support Assistant

Learning Champions

Clerical Officer to target attendance and clubs

PixL Subscription and CPD

Manor Adventure residential visit

1:1 Tuition

Uniform and book bags

Breakfast Club

Easter School

Achievement for All

Cost:

£2,300

£125,951

£36,811

£32,184.50

£2,500

£1,950

£29,369

£150

£2,000

£1,500

£1,400

 

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received 2019-2020

Total number of pupils on roll (Jan 19 Census)

599

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

Service Children

Adopted from Care

171

3

7

Amount of PPG received per pupil

Service Child

Adopted from Care

£1,320

£300

£2,300

Total amount of PPG received

£242,720

 

The review of impact below was last amended in July 2019.  Governors monitor the impact of PP monies at Strategic, Engaging Learning, Resources and Achievement and Standards' committees.  Our overall judgement is that the Pupil Premium is showing added value and is impacting on pupils' achievement and wellbeing.

 

PUPIL PREMIUM IMPACT 2018-2019

 

Desired Outcomes

Chosen Action / Approach

Measured Impact of Outcomes

In Foundation Stage, a GLD of 70% to be achieved for all pupils and those eligible for pupil premium, with a particular focus on Writing

Use of RWInc phonics

Development Days

Masterclasses

Accelerated teaching of Set 2 Sounds

Daily one to one tutoring

Learning Champion in FS reads daily with PP pupils 

96% of all pupils can now blend sounds into words which is an increase of 3% since last half term; (89% of disadvantaged pupils, which is an increase of 4%).

A further 2% can orally blend sounds 

71% of pupils are at the appropriate stage of the RWI programme for this time of year (55% of disadvantaged)

73% of pupils achieved the ELG in Writing, with 3% exceeding in this area.  

24% of all pupils were expected to achieve GLD at baseline; this has now risen to 73% (52% of disadvantaged compared to 82% non).

To raise attainment in Key Stage 1 in all subjects, with a particular focus on Reading

Use of RWInc phonics 

Development Days 

Masterclasses

Daily one-to-one tutoring

RWInc Spelling in Y2 

PiXL therapies in Y2 for Maths

Achievement for All - one child per class 

92% of pupils (81% of disadvantaged) met the standard in the Phonics Screening Check.

Y2 outcomes:

98% of pupils (100% of disadvantaged) met the standard in the Phonics Screening recheck.

74% of all pupils at ARE for Reading; 65% disadvantaged compared to 77% non.

68% of all pupils at ARE for Writing; 65% disadvantaged compared to 68% non.

75% of all pupils at ARE for Maths; 60% disadvantaged compared to 78% non.

67% of all pupils at ARE for SPaG; 65% disadvantaged compared to 68% non.

83% of the AFA pupils are at ARE for Reading at end of summer 2 (66% previous half term)

To raise attainment in Key Stage 2 in all subjects, with a particular focus on the higher standard in Reading

RWInc Spelling Y3-Y6

Release of Y6 teacher to carry out PiXL therapies for 2 hours per day

Y6 PiXL Reading therapies with Learning Champions

PiXL therapies in Y3/4/5

Streaming of Maths in Y6

Achievement for All - one child per class

Easter School for pupils in Y6 

Y6 outcomes:

70% of all pupils achieved the Expected Standard in Reading, Writing and Maths Combined (19% Greater Depth)

81% of all pupils achieved the Expected Standard for Reading (37% Greater Depth); 75% of disadvantaged compared to 83% non.

85% of all pupils achieved the Expected Standard for Writing (27% Greater Depth); 79% of disadvantaged compared to 87% non.

76% of all pupils achieved the Expected Standard for Maths (35% Greater Depth); 75% of disadvantaged compared to 89% non.

73% of all pupils achieved the Expected Standard for SPaG (39% Greater Depth); 64% of disadvantaged compared to 77% non.

All, apart from SPaG, are diminishing differences since the beginning of the year.

All measures apart from SPaG EXS are above 2019 national figures. 

Higher standard in Reading in KS2 - the following show the percentage of pupils exceeding the current Step expectation for each respective year group:

Y3 - 22%

Y4 - 21%

Y5 - 27%

56% of the AFA pupils are at ARE for Reading at end of summer 2, (previously 42%)

To improve behaviour across school

To have 70% of the behaviour grades to be classed as outstanding.

The number of Fixed term exclusions to be below 1%

OBE to be used across school to raise awareness of expectations.

Mindfulness sessions

Identified TAs in each year group to support early intervention of any poor behaviour, preventing escalation

There have been 0 Fixed Term exclusions in summer 2 compared to 0 for the same period last year. The current total is 11 for the year, which has unfortunately been unavoidable, due to the severity of the one-off incidents. Pastoral TAs have all been timetabled in class, with the impact being that all children are educated in class and, therefore, everyone is receiving quality first teaching. Behaviour grades for summer 2 are positive, with 100% being good or better. Currently, 29% of grades are outstanding. Mindfulness areas within the classroom are being used and Mindfulness Champions have been trained.

Whole school attendance target of 96% is achieved for all groups

Persistent absence figures are no greater than the national figure of 9%

Weekly Attendance Strategy Group

Daily monitoring by clerical officers - 

Safeguarding Liaison Officer 

Minibus to bring vulnerable pupils to school 

Persistent Absence summer 2:

35 PP pupils deemed as PA; 19% of PP are PA currently.

40 Non PP pupils deemed as PA; 10% of Non PP are PA currently. 

Overall, 12% of pupils are PA at the end of the academic year. We have been significantly impacted by holidays - 191 pupils have had an unauthorised holiday this year.1% of school absence is due to a G code.

Whole School Attendance:

All pupils 95%; 93.4% PP; 95.8% Non PP

Support vulnerable children with family routines, a good breakfast, uniform, book bags, access to a resident visit, the curriculum and pastoral support

Free Breakfast Club 

Financial support for Y6 Residential Visit 

Free uniform/book bags 

Safeguarding Liaison Officer support 

Access to Butterfly Room

14 places on Manor Adventure have been funded this year for children in receipt of pupil premium funding and there are currently 14 being funded for the trip in the autumn term. The Safeguarding Liaison Officer facilitates Butterfly Room support over dinner time and runs pastoral support groups for vulnerable pupils. 7 PP pupils receive funded uniform; on average 54 breakfast club spaces are subsidised per week.

Summary of PPG spending 2018-19

This allocation has been spent

Summary of spending 2018-2019:

RWInc Phonics and Spelling inc Development Days

Pastoral Staff, inc Safeguarding Liaison Officer and Pupil Support Assistant

Learning Champions

Clerical Officers to target attendance and clubs

Release of teachers for PiXL Therapies

PixL Subscription and CPD

Manor Adventure residential visit

1:1 Tuition

Uniform and book bags

Breakfast Club

Easter School

Achievement for All

Cost:

£5,300

£107,593

 

£42,428

£30,389.50

£13,500

£2,500

£1,950

£28,381

£150

£2,600

£1,500

£1,400

The next review of our Pupil Premium Strategy will be at the end of October 2019.

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