Pupil Premium Allocation

Our Pupil Premium allocation this year (2015/16) is £18200.

Expected Impact of this year’s Pupil Premium funding

We currently have no service children or looked after children. Therefore the Pupil Premium has been allocated to support pupils who have been entitled to free school meals.

We aim to increase the proportion of Pupil Premium pupils making at least expected progress in reading, writing and maths to our target of 100%. 

The £18,200 will be allocated to fund staffing for:

  • Additional teacher / teaching assistant support for pupil premium pupils in Class 3 for reading and maths
  • Additional maths support for pupil premium pupils in Class 4
  • Continuing to fund high levels of support for pupil premium pupils in EYFS and KS1 in acquiring reading skills

Our outcomes indicate the impact of this money. By the end of Year 6 for children receiving Pupil Premium or 'Ever 6' (4):

 

Level 4+

Level 5+

Expected progress

Reading

100%

75%

100%

Writing

100%

50%

100%

Grammar, punctuation and spelling

100%

25%

N/a

Maths

100%

25%

100%

Clearly our target of 100% achieving expected progress in reading, writing and maths was achieved!!!!

Our budget for the 2014/15 was £10,800.

 

We currently (September 2012 – March 2013 ) have no service children or looked after children. Therefore the Pupil Premium has been allocated to support pupils who have been entitled to free school meals.

The £10,800 has been allocated mainly to fund staffing for:

  • Nurture support to help children with regular reading and spelling practice, homework and occasionally flexible working to suit a child’s needs;
  • Guided reading support in a small group with a teacher;
  • Additional maths support with an experienced tutor.

Impact of the Pupil Premium funding

The outcome of this support has been improving progress for this group of pupils. Our data shows that:

In March 2012 13% of Pupil Premium pupils were on track for at least 2 levels progress in reading, writing and maths by the end of Key Stage 2.

In October 2012 25% of Pupil Premium pupils were on track for at least 2 levels progress in reading, writing and maths by the end of Key Stage 2.

In March 2013 50% of Pupil Premium pupils were on track for at least 2 levels progress in reading, writing and maths by the end of Key Stage 2.

Our Pupil Premium allocation this year (2013/14) is £15300.

 

The £15,300 will be allocated to fund staffing for:

  • Nurture support to help children with regular reading and spelling practice, homework and occasionally flexible working to suit a child’s needs;
  • Guided reading, writing and grammar support in a small group with a teacher;
  • Additional maths support with a teacher.
  • Financial support to include this group more in after-school activities

 

Expected Impact of this year’s Pupil Premium funding

 

We aim to increase the proportion of Pupil Premium pupils making at least expected progress in reading, writing and maths to our target of at least 89%. 

 

Actual Impact of this year’s Pupil Premium funding 

We are delighted that between February 2013 and February 2014, our pupil premium pupils made on average more than two sub-levels of progress. 

60% of Pupil Premium pupils made at least expected progress in reading, writing and maths over this period.

100% made at least expected progress in two out of three subjects.

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