2016-17

Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure 2016-17

Overview of the school

Number of pupil premium grant (PPG) received for 2016/17

 

Total number of pupils on roll

621

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

312

Total amount of PPG received

£411,840

Intended spend of pupil premium funding

Item/project

Cost

Aim

Outcome
(reviewed at year end)

Inclusion & Nurture Provision Team:         

1 x Inclusion Leader
1 x Learning Mentor
3 x Inclusion Advocates

 159,938

Focus children reintegrated into unstructured times of the school day. Children overcome barriers to learning. Fixed term exclusions reduce.

Fixed term exclusion data:

The equality of access to the wider curriculum and the daily life of the school has improved.

Inclusion & Nurture Provision Resources: £2500 ICT Equipment including Touch Screen Monitor & I pads, £3000 resources, £7500 Inclusion Strategy

 13,200

Focus children reintegrated into unstructured times of the school day. Children overcome barriers to learning. Fixed term exclusions reduce.

Children involved with the inclusion and nurture provision successfully reintegrated back into the classroom. Children have become more confident able to access the classroom socially and begin to break down the barriers to learning.

Year 6 Intervention/Booster teacher

 25,680

Increase teacher pupil ratio in order to increase impact of quality first teaching. Target specific gaps in learning.

Year 6 results:

Combined: 38%

61% (national average)

Disadvantaged combined: 28% double figures on previous year.

National others: 67%

Greater depth: 4%

National other GD: 11% 

Reading:

ALL 47% expected st+

71% National average

9% Greater depth

25% National GD

36% Disadvantaged Exp stand+ (28% last year)

77% National others

8% Disadvantaged GD

(4% last year)

29% National other GD

Maths:

ALL 56% expected st+

75% National average

17% Greater depth

23% National GD

48% Disadvantaged Exp stand+

(30% last year)

80% National others

12% Disadvantaged GD

(5% last year)

27% National other GD

Progress scores:

-5.3 Reading (Last year -3.94, -0.33 Nat Other)

-2.56 Writing (Last year -1.18, 0.12 Nat other)

-1.67 Maths (Last year -5.01, 0.24 Nat other)

EYFS Lead Release

 39,180

Increase teacher to pupil ratio in order to increase impact of quality first teaching by coaching and team teaching.

Awaiting validated data.

Funding for EWO provision and Attendance Ambassadors

 30,000

Carry out close monitoring of children who have persistent absence/are regularly late to close the attainment gap.

                         End of year     Current

Attendance:             96.0            95.0

Dis Attendance:         95.0            93.6

Persistent absence:   < 7.5           10.2

Central SENCO services & Asst SENCO

 26,350

A high proportion of our SEND pupils are disadvantaged. Our central SENCO services and assistant, allows us to provide expert care and guidance for our SEND pupils, allowing them to succeed in school and access the same opportunities as others.

Awaiting validated data.

Year 6 Booster Classes

 1,650

Increase teacher pupil ratio in order to increase impact of quality first teaching. Target specific gaps in learning. As a result of booster classes, the Progress score for Maths was -1.67. Last academic year this was -5.01, a vast improvement on last year’s results showing that the booster sessions for targeted disadvantaged children are working.

MyBookBlog resources-Resources & Subscription

 33,000

My book bog is a resource from Read Write Inc that we annually buy into. The aim of this is to improve the reading skills of our children and increase their contact with books and reading. Research shows that improved reading skills and more contact with reading improves overall outcomes.

Reading:

ALL 47% expected st+

71% National average

9% Greater depth

25% National GD

36% Disadvantaged Exp stand+ (28% last year)

77% National others

8% Disadvantaged GD

(4% last year)

29% National other GD

An improvement in outcomes from previous year.

Numicon resources & Maths Tutor

 3,500

Numicon is a strategy used in Maths which enables children to learn with numbers with a visual representation. The resources benefit our disadvantaged pupils as well as others.

Progress score for Maths was -1.67 Maths. Last academic year this was   -5.01, a vast improvement on last year’s results.

Numicon development advisor also commented on the improvement of the quality of Maths being taught during learning walks and development days.

Phonics & Literacy Training

 2,250

Increase teacher pupil ratio in order to increase impact of quality first teaching. Target specific gaps in learning.

Year 2:

16/17

Reading:

65% All exp+

76% National

7% GD

25% NAT GD

59% DIS EXP+ (55% last year)

79% NAT OTHER

2% gd

28% NAT GD

Writing:

56% All exp+

68% Nat

2% GD

16% NAT GD

48% DIS EXP+ (55% last year)

72% NAT OTHER exp+

0% GD

18% NAT GD

Maths:

65% All exp+

75% Nat

8% GD

21% NAT GD

64% DIS EXP+ (50% last year)

79% NAT OTHER exp+

2% gd

23% NAT GD

Phonics:

16/17

66% passed screen (86% last year)

81% National

Breakfast Club Resources

 1,000

To improve the attendance of specific pupils and reduce the number of persistent late pupils.

Attendance – 95%

Target – 97%

Music

 4,500

To improve self-confidence of pupils in Yr 4 and accelerate progress and close the attainment gap. To encourage the take up of musical instrument tuition. 

Children improved in their confidence and subsequently built cultural capital, giving the children opportunities they would never have.

ROH Cultural Entitlement

 1,200

The Royal Opera House is another example of building the cultural capital amongst our students. This will give them life experiences outside of their local area, giving them a chance to discover other possibilities.  Children were able to access a number of cultural trips which have broadened their horizons and given them the chance to access trips that they may have never experienced. This is certainly opening their eyes and building life chances. 

Beyond Limits: Year 5

 2,520

Motivational coaches with army experience. Practical intervention after school to build confidence and never give up under pressure. Through a number of practical pursuits and activities, the children were able to build confidence and resilience which then transferred into the classroom and learning experience. 

Swimming subsidy

 5,000

To ensure all pupils can swim 25 metres by the end of Key Stage 2.  

Children are experiencing life skills and developing skills that they are unable to access outside of school. Children are learning to swim and receiving certificates for their improvement to swimming, giving them the confidence to improve and succeed.

School trips and Resources

 1,200

To take part in educational trips to make learning come to life. The cultural capital amongst our students. This will give them life experiences outside of their local area, giving them a chance to discover other possibilities. Children were able to access a number of educational and cultural trips which have broadened their horizons and given them the chance to access trips that they may have never experienced. This is certainly opening their eyes and building life chances.

Playleader lunchtime provision & equipment

 15,700

To ensure children have access to planned physical/games and activities so they can develop their social skills and maintain a healthy lifestyle. 

The additional play leaders allow for our children to be engaged in organised activities at lunch and play time, also ensuring our children are safe.

Milk

 7,100

To ensure that children have a healthy lifestyle. Children continue to have their milk during morning break which will give them that much needed boost until lunchtime. It also will give them the nutrition that they may not receive at home.

ICT Resources: 86 IPads & ICT Teacher

 36,070

To enable children to access different learning APPS available to develop their ICT skills.

Children have had more access of ICT and Technology. This has enabled them to develop their skills and engage them during cross curricular activities, allowing them to research topics at a far quicker rate, thus improving pace in lessons.

Attendance Rewards: Ipads, Celebration lunch, prizes

 5,000

To improve school attendance to 96% and reduce the incidence of persistent lates.

Target: 96%

Attendance 2016-17: 95%

 

£414,038