Pupil Premium

Plans for Pupil Premium funding and impact of previous spending
 
Pupil Premium Plan for 2017-2018
 
Pupil Premium 2016 – 2017

Monies allocated: £15.820

How it was spent:
  1. SkillForce £ 3000
  2. School Trips £ 500
  3. Friday afternoon activities £ 1000
  4. Whole school swimming £ 900
  5. Intervention TA £ 10420

Pupil Premium 2015 - 2016

£8220 has been allocated.

This year Pupil Premium money has been spend on:

  • Guided Reading Materials -  £2400.00 -  Impact: 2.4 progress end of KS2, high outcome KS1 phonics
  • Science Equipment - £1000.00 - Impact: More hands on science
  • ICT Equipment - £1600.00 - Impact: More children can work independently
  • Enrichment days -  £565.00 - Impact: High outcomes in maths (above national average)
  • TA support £2655.00 Impact: good progress made by SEND children
 
Pupil Premium 2014-2015

We have already invested money into Read, Write Inc, buying resources and training staff, to deliver this exciting and different way to improve literacy throughout the school. This is already showing great benefit to the phonics learning in Reception and Class 1 and is providing more inspiring texts for Classes 2 and 3, improving their reading and writing progress. The school has this year introduced a more rigorous daily intervention involving more staff to cater for the needs of any child who has fallen short of their expected progress, regardless of their attainment.

Impact: Our improvement in results have shown the positive extent the pupil premium money has had on not only disadvantaged children, but for all children in the school. There has been an improvement seen in KS2 results in 2014. In English grammar, punctuation and spelling: In 2014, 63% of pupils attained Level 4 or above at Key Stage 2 grammar, punctuation and spelling test. This is an increase of 13 percentage points since 2013. In Reading: In 2014, 88% of pupils attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 reading test. This is an increase of 25% points since 2013. In 2014, 100% of pupils achieved expected progress in reading. This is an increase of 12 percentage points since 2013. In Writing: in 2014, 63% of pupils attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 writing assessment. This is an increase of 13 percentage points. In 2014, 75% of pupils achieved expected progress in writing. This has not changed since 2013. In Mathematics: In 2014, 88% of pupils attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 mathematics test. This is an increase of 38 percentage points since 2013. In 2014, 100% of pupils achieved expected progress in mathematics. This is an increase of 25 percentage points since 2013.