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Pupil Premium
Schools are allocated Pupil Premium funding for children from low income families who have been eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years or have been looked after continuously for more than 6 months.   A premium has also been introduced for children whose parents are currently serving in the Armed Forces.  The funding for the pupil premium is in addition to the underlying schools budget.  This additional funding is passed straight to schools. Schools have the freedom to employ strategies that they know will support their pupils to increase their attainment. 
           
 2015 - 16 Academic Year
Pupil Premium Allocation: £235,680  
No. of children eligible: 170
Pupil Premium Expenditure Brief details Income Cost Balance
      £235,680    
Summer School To target groups of children in Year 5 to support raising pupils' attainment through Summer School activities. £1,113 £234,567
KS2 Interventions Teacher Teacher employed to deliver interventions across KS2.   £22,950 £211,617
EYs & KS1 Interventions Teacher Teacher employed to deliver interventions across EYs & KS1 and lead nurture groups.   £16,059 £195,558
Pastoral Team - Learning Mentors / Behaviour Support Workers To target pupils needing pastoral support. Support children with emotional and social barriers to learning. Support attendance, behaviour and pupil well being.Target vulnerable pupils and support with personalised learning strategies, SEAL & attendance.   £91,878 £103,680
Community Development Worker / Family Support Worker Helping parents to help their children who are on the safeguarding register and to suppport other vulnerable families with issues such as attendance.   £14,003 £89,676
Breakfast Club To encourage children to have a good breakfast and be ready to learn. Support parents in getting their children to school.   £9,112 £80,565
Total Sports Solutions Increase participation in competitive sports delivered by qualified coaches to enhance physical development.   £13,406 £67,159
Forest Schools & Cooking/Baking Activities Forest schools mentoring to raise standards in literacy and numeracy. To have a positive impact on children's health and well being by increasing participation in cooking / baking activities and outdoor activities across the school.   £3,000 £64,159
After School Clubs Enrichment activities/clubs after school.   £6,638 £57,521
ETAs - Intervention / SEN Support ETAs employed to provide support with interventions, speech & language, SEN children and children with disabilities.   £45,633 £11,888
Fun4All Holiday Clubs Enrichment activities for children to participate in during the holidays.   £3,000 £8,888
Booster Sessions Target groups for Literacy and Numeracy in Year 6 and Year 2. Supporting revision for SATs and raising pupil attainment.   £8,888 -£0

 

 

 

Pupil premium year on year comparison Year 6/Year2

 

 

Year 6 2016

Number in

year group

Reading percentage making expected progress or better

Writing percentage making expected progress or better

Maths

Reading achieved standard

Maths

Achieving combined reading writing and maths standard

 

 

percentage making expected progress or better

Achieved standard

 

 

Ever 6 FSM at time of data analysis.

 

All pupils

30

60%

60%

57%

47%

50%

37%

Pupil premium

22

50%

50%

41%

50%

42%

27%

 

SEN

21

48%

48%

33%

33%

43%

24%

 

 

 

Expected progress from KS1 to key stage 2 prior to validation

 

 

Year 2

Number in year group

Reading Achieved standard

Writing achieved standard

Maths achieved standard

Achieving combined standard in reading writing and maths

 

 

2015

 

All pupils

43

77%

73%

77%

65%

 

Pupil Premium

16

56%

56%

56%

44%

 

SEN

22

64%

55%

63%

50%