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Pupil Premium Funding

Principles

• We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all the pupils

• We ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to vulnerable groups, this includes ensuring that the needs of socially disadvantaged pupils are adequately assessed and addressed.

• We recognise that not all pupils who are socially disadvantaged are registered or qualify for pupil premium. We reserve the right to allocate the funding to support any pupil or groups of pupils the school has legitimately identified as being in need.

• Pupil premium funding will be allocated following a needs analysis which will identify priority groups or individuals.

The range of provision the Governors may consider include:-

• Small group Tuition

• Additional teaching & learning opportunities provided through trained TAs or external agencies

• All our work through the pupil premium will be aimed at accelerating progress, moving children to at least age related expectations.

• Pupil premium resources may also be used to target eligible more able children to achieve.

• The Governors of the school will publish information on how they have used their Pupil

Premium Grant (PPG) to address the issue of ‘narrowing the gap’, for socially disadvantaged pupils.

Pupil Premium Grant for 2013/14 is £13,300 and is intended to be allocated in this way:

• 1-1 tuition for 9 pupils

• Intervention programmes for maths & English

• Training & equipment for whole school delivery of ‘Numicon’ maths

• Part funding of ‘Mathletics’ computer programme

• Support for some pupils to attend outdoor education week

• Support for some pupils to attend after school clubs & peripatetic music lessons

The impact of the Pupil Premium Grant for 2013/14 was:

• Pupils eligible for pupil premium funding at the end of KS1 had made average progress in line with national expectations in writing and progress above expectations in reading and maths.

• Pupils eligible for pupil premium in KS2 had made average progress at least in line with national expectations in maths and reading.

• Average yearly progress for pupils who received 1:1 tuition in either reading, writing or maths was no less than good, and outstanding for reading.

• Numicon resources available in all classes and used appropriately to support pupil’s learning.

Pupil Premium Grant for 2014/15 is £14,300 and is intended to be allocated in this way:

• Small group tuition for 14 pupils in either reading, writing or maths

• Working with Dr Marion Long on Rhythm for Reading

• Intervention programmes

• Part funding of ‘Mathletics’ computer programme & spelling/phonics support

• Support for some pupils to attend school trips

• Support for some pupils to attend after school clubs & peripatetic music lessons

The impact of the Pupil Premium Grant for 2014/15 was:

    • Pupils eligible for pupil premium funding at the end of KS1/KS2 had made at least average progress in     line with national expectations in reading, writing and maths. In most cases, pupils had made better than     expected progress. 

    • Data from Rhythm for Reading provided evidence that pupils in receipt of this grant had made progress     above national expectations over the 10 week period. 

    • Phonics results in Y1 improved by nearly 20%.

Pupil Premium Grant for 2015/16 is £19,800 and was allocated in this way:

    • Small group tuition for pupils in either reading, writing & maths

    • Continuing to implement Rhythm for Reading

    • Part funding for online maths resources

    • Intervention programmes

    • Purchase of phonic/maths games and story CD library to develop home school links

    • Support for some pupils to attend school trips/residentials

    • Support for some pupils to attend after school clubs & peripatetic music lessons

  • Purchase of PSHCE resources

The impact of the Pupil Premium Grant for 2015/16 was:

  • Pupil premium groups in Years 2, 4, 5 & 6 all made above average progress (average being 6 points).
  • Pupil premium groups in Years 1 & 3 made less progress although there was not consistent data from the previous year due to a change over in assessment systems from EYFS to Year 1 and levels to steps. 
  • 100% of Pupil Premium children reached GLD in EYFS.
  • 100% of Y6 Pupil Premium children reached the expected level in reading, writing, maths & GPS.

Pupil Premium Grant for 2016/17 is £17,460 and is being allocated in this way:

  • Further development of the learning library
  • Teaching assistant hours to support small groups
  • Improvement of reading resources for home
  • Development of the SOLE approach to learning

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