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Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and to close the gap between them and their peers.

In the 2017/18 Financial Year the school will receive £1320 for each child whose parents have been in receipt of certain benefits at any point during the last six years.  The school will also receive £1900 (Pupil Premium Plus) for each looked after child (in care) who:

  • Has been looked after for one day or more
  • Was adopted from care on or after 30th December 2005
  • Left care under a residence order
  • Left care under a special guardianship order

In 2015 the Government extended this funding to include pupils in Nursery (Early Years Pupil Premium), the school will receive £300 per eligible child.

The school will also receive Pupil Premium funding, £300 per child, for children from families where a parent is a member of the armed forces.

Pupil Premium Spending 2017-2018

Strategy

Approximate Costs

Desired Outcomes

Early Years Intervention for speech, language and communication

 

£320

High quality provision for language development in FS.

Raised achievement at the end of KS1

CPD for EY teaching assistant in speech and language (ELKLAN training)

 

£375

High quality provision for language development in FS.

Raised achievement at the end of KS1

CPD (Continuous Professional Development) for all staff in Growth Mindset and Effective Feedback

TBC

Raised attainment of all learners by the end of KS1

Enrichment activities such as Chef School, Arts and Crafts Club, Choir to be offered to all pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium funding for free.

 

£30

Raised self-esteem leading to raised attainment of all learners by the end of KS1

CPD in positive handling training for staff working directly with children with behaviour issues

 

£225

No incidents of behaviour issues disrupting learning for all learners

Additional classroom support from Teaching Assistants

£39 063

Raised attainment of all learners by the end of KS1

Spelling resources

TBC

Raised attainment of all learners in writing by the end of KS1

Total pupil premium received

£42 980

 

 

Pupil Premium Income 2016/17

Total number of pupils on roll

136 (not including Nursery)

Total number of pupils eligible for PP

43 (3 Service children)

Total number of pupils eligible for PP+

0

Total number of pupils eligible for EYPP

5

Amount of PP received per pupil

£1320

Amount of PP+ received per pupil

£1900

Amount of EYPP received per pupil

£300

Total amount of PPG received

£54,000

Percentage of children eligible for PPG

31.6%

 

 


Pupil Premium Spending 2016-2017

 

Strategy

Cost

Additional classroom support from Teaching Assistants in all classes.

£37,729.36

HLTA (Higher Level Teaching Assistant) to support in classrooms, deliver interventions and lead staff training.

£4639

Interventions to run in reading, writing, SLC (Speech, Language and Communication), SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar), Mathematics and Social skills.

£8634.09

CPD (Continuous Professional Development) for all staff I Talk4Writing and Maths Mastery.

£2300

Enrichment activities such as Chef School, Arts and Craft club, nature club, Choir to be offered to all pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium funding.

£697.55

 

Total £54,000

 

The following tables indicate the progress made by Pupil Premium children in 2016/17:

Pupil Premium Data Analysis Year 1

2016-2017

 

PP pupils %

Expected

or above ARE

 

Non PP pupils % Expected or above ARE

 

% Gap

PP pupils progress from on entry  

 

Non PP pupils

progress from on entry

 

 Gap

 

Aut

Spr

Sum

Aut

Spr

Sum

Aut

Spr

Sum

Aut

Spr

Sum

Aut

Spr

Sum

Aut

Spr

Sum

Reading

21

14

29

55

58

70

-34

-44

-41

1.9

4.3

6.29

2.0

4.31

6.38

-0.1

-0.01

-0.09

Writing

14

21

36

75

75

80

-61

-54

-44

2.0

4.1

6.43

2.0

4.18

6.21

0

-0.18

+0.22

SPaG

7

14

14

43

45

50

-36

-31

-36

1.8

4.4

6.29

1.9

4.12

6.03

-0.1

+0.28

+0.26

Maths

36

29

36

78

73

65

-42

-44

-29

1.7

3.4

5.43

1.9

3.78

5.62

-0.2

-0.38

-0.19

Attainment

  • There are large gaps in attainment between pupil premium and other children in Y1

  • A large majority of the pupil premium children in this cohort have additional needs and experience learning difficulties.

  • Over the year, gaps in attainment between pupil premium children and others has closed in writing and maths, in SPAG the gap has remained the same, in reading it has widened due to the large increase in attainment of other children.

Progress

  • Gap in progress between pupil premium and other children has closed in all areas over the year

  • Pupil premium children made greater progress than others in writing and SPAG (spelling, punctuation and grammar)

  • Pupil premium children made better than expected progress in all areas except maths

 

Pupil Premium Data Analysis Year 2

 

2016-2017

 

PP pupils %

Expected

or above ARE

 

Non PP pupils % Expected or above ARE

 

% Gap

PP pupils progress from on entry

 

Non PP pupils

progress from on entry  

 

% Gap (STAT points)

 

Aut

Spr

Sum

Aut

Spr

Sum

Aut

Spr

Sum

Aut

Spr

Sum

Aut

Spr

Sum

Aut

Spr

Sum

Reading

57

71

86

53

59

72

+4

+12

+14

1.83

4.5

7.17

2.41

4.83

7.35

-0.58

-0.33

-0.18

Writing

71

71

86

50

56

66

+21

+15

+20

2.01

4.34

6.67

2.24

4.40

6.58

-0.23

-0.06

+0.09

SPaG

43

43

57

28

34

44

+15

+9

+13

1.90

4.40

6.83

2.14

4.55

7.03

-0.24

-0.15

-0.2

Maths

57

57

86

47

53

69

+10

+4

+17

2.07

4.57

7.17

2.03

4.38

6.84

+0.04

+0.19

+0.33

Attainment

  • Pupil premium children achieved better than other children in all areas and any gaps are positive gaps.

  • There is a mixed picture of gaps across the year in all subjects

  • It should be noted that there were only 7 pupil premium children in this cohort and 32 others.

Progress

  • Gaps in progress are closing or are growing positive gaps with Pupil premium children progressing at greater rate to others.

  • Both pupil premium and other children made better than expected progress over the year.

 

Barriers to educational achievement

Unfortunately, pupils who are eligible for Pupil Premium funding can face barriers to educational achievement:

  • Pupils enter Foundation Stage at a lower than average level in most areas of the curriculum particularly in their speech and language skills.
  • Historically, aspirations in Rossington have been low, hopefully with new enterprise and local developments, this will soon change.

 

Review

Our Pupil Premium Strategy will be reviewed in July 2018.


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Amanda Blakey,
14 Jan 2016, 02:22
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Amanda Blakey,
17 Nov 2017, 07:44
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