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Pupil Premium

 

Capel Primary Pupil Premium April 2016- March 2017:

Spending Breakdown:

Pupil Premium – The amount per pupil for 2016/17 is £1320.  This is a funding mechanism and not an allocation. This funding pot is used to provide interventions and enrichment, the impact of which is closely monitored.

Deployment - Pupil Premium can be used in a variety of ways to support Literacy, Numeracy, behaviour, attendance and enrichment activities. The table shows how the funding has been used in the financial year 2016/17.              

Term 5/6 April 2016 - July 2016 = 13 weeks  

Term 1/2 September 2016 –December 2016 13weeks

Term 3/4 January 2017 – March 2017 12 weeks

 

Action/ Activity funded or part funded by Pupil Premium

Total hours x hourly rate

Total cost

April 2016 -

      March 2017

Literacy

Literacy booster

29@£20.33

£589.57

RWI phonics

25@£20.33

£508.25

Speech & Language

44@£14.50

£638.00

Spelling, Punctuation, Grammar

13@£14.50

19.5@£33.00

£188.50

£643.50

Writing

12@£33.00

25@20.33

£396.00

£508.25

Total

£3472.07

Numeracy

Numeracy booster

52@20.33

£1057.16

Number Sense

36@£14.50

£522.00

Success@Artihmetic

101@£14.50

£1464.50

1:2 Tuition

38@£25.00

£950.00

X Tables

11x£13.50

£148.50

Total

£4142.16

Reading

Beanstalk

 

£428.00

Daily Reading

39@£20.33

£792.87

Comprehension

18@£33.00

13@14.50

£365.94

£188.50

Draw to a Cloze

13@14.50

£188.50

Total

£1963.81

Physical/Handwriting

Handwriting

9.5@£14.50

£137.75

Motor Skills

13@£12.00

£156.00

Speed Up!

11@£33.00

10@12.00

 

£363.00

£120.00

Total

£776.75

Wellbeing

Emotional support/Nurture

38@£20.33

£772.54

Luminous

6.5@£12.00

£78.00

Play therapy

6.5@1£2.00

£78.00

Social Skills

9.5@£12.00

£114.00

Time to Talk

12@£33.00

£396.00

Working Memory

5@£12.00

£60.00

Total

£1498.54

Enrichment

After School Club

 

£800.00

Breakfast Club

 

£920.00

Counselling - Fegans

 

£300.00

Summer club

 

£952.00

Trips, class and residential

 

£1016.00

Uniform

 

£300.00

Total

£4288.00

Resources

Literacy

 

£175.20

Numeracy

 

£48.00

SEND

 

£228.00

Training

£816.00

Quality First Support

 

£14,600

Total

15,867.20

Total spend

£32,008.53

 

 

The Pupil Premium is allocated to local authorities and schools with pupils on roll who are known to have been eligible for free school meals (FSM) at any time in the last six years, for Looked After Children (LAC), adopted children (Ad), and for service families.

 

The DfE has given us the freedom to use the Pupil Premium as we see fit, based on our knowledge of our pupils’ needs. ‘It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium allocated to school is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility’. Source: DfE website.

Key Priorities

  • To accelerate progress and close the gap in achievement of Pupil Premium children so that their progress compares favourably with non Pupil Premium children
  • To continue to teach all pupils to at least a good standard, if not higher, according to their individual needs

 

The PPG per pupil for 2016-17 is as follows:

Disadvantaged pupils

Pupil premium per pupil

Pupils in year groups reception to year 6 recorded as Ever 6 FSM

£1,320

Looked-after children (LAC) defined in the Children Act 1989 as one who is in the care of, or provided with accommodation by, an English local authority

£1,900

Children who have ceased to be looked after by a local authority in England and Wales because of adoption, a special guardianship order, a child arrangements order or a residence order

£1,900

 

Capel Primary School Pupil premium strategy statement

2016 – 2017

1.     Summary information

School

Capel Primary School

Academic Year

2016/17

Total PP budget

£30,200

Date of most recent PP Review

-

Total number of pupils

210

Number of pupils eligible for PP

22

Date for next internal review of this strategy

September 17

 

2.     KS2 Attainment (2016)

Number of disadvantaged children in cohort = 8

Pupils eligible for PP (your school) (%)(National %)

Pupils not eligible for PP (national average) (%)(National %)

% achieving in reading, writing and maths (2016)

50 (53)

61 (53)

% making expected standard or above in reading

63 (71)

75 (71)

% making expected standard or above in writing

88 (79)

80  (79)

% making expected standard or above in maths

88 (75)

90 (75)

 

2.     KS2 Progress (2016)

Number of disadvantaged children in cohort = 8

Pupils eligible for PP (your school) (%)(National %)

Pupils not eligible for PP (national average) (%)(National %)

Progress Score in reading

2.4 (0.3)

1.9 (0.3)

Progress Score in writing

1.0 (0.12)

-0.79  (0.12)

Progress Score in numeracy

0.24 (0.24)

2.1 (0.24)

 

3.     Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligible for PP, including high ability)

 In-school barriers (issues to be addressed in school, such as poor oral language skills)

A.      

Fewer PP children are meeting the expected standard in Reading at the end of KS2. This was the result of confidence issues, which impacted on SAT outcomes.

B.      

Emotional needs of PP children is an area of need. Wellbeing and involvement is less than children without PP funding.

C.

High ability PP children not making the required progress compared with other high ability children across KS1 and KS2.

External barriers (issues which also require action outside school, such as low attendance rates)

D.

Family vulnerability – impacts on levels of well-being, social and emotional needs and the ability to retain information

E.

Lack of a language rich environment or academic support at home – home learning limited, therefore slower progress in English and Maths

4.     Desired outcomes

 

 

Desired outcomes and how they will be measured

Success criteria

 

A.       

PP pupils will develop their reading comprehension and grow to develop a deeper love of reading to enable them to achieve as well as non-PP pupils.

Measure: EYFS GLD; combined ARE at end of Key Stages.

PP children make rapid progress by the end of the year to meet age related expectations as a result of personalised provision.

 

B.       

Increased well-being and involvement for PP children

Improved attendance figures for the PP group, which shows a narrowing gap with non-PP students

 

C.       

High attaining PP children make as much progress as other pupils of similar ability.

Target Tracker evidence to show term to term progress as analysed at PPI meetings. End of year attainment should be exceeding+.

 

         

 

 

Capel Primary Pupil Premium April 2015- March 2016:

​Spending Breakdown:

The Pupil Premium Grant is spent in a number of ways.

Through targeted interventions we are working to reduce the barriers to learning and progress between pupils in receipt of the Pupil Premium and their peers. Data is analysed each term and pupil progress meetings are held. We make use of up to date research to inform our decision making in this area.  Examples of this are: Sutton Trust Toolkit; Building Learning Power.

The following grid shows how each activity/ group/ intervention/ support was funded, the objective and expected outcome.

 

Intervention

Cost

Objective

Outcome

Emotional support

£1495

1:1 time to talk through anxieties/worries

Pupil feels happier and less anxious, able to learn

Handwriting

£177

To improve consistency of handwriting style

Improved legibility and writing level

Literacy

£492

Consolidate key literacy skills, extend knowledge

Improved reading/writing level and confidence

Numeracy

£2370

Consolidate key numeracy skills, extend knowledge, master operations

Improved numeracy level and confidence

Reading

£826

Extend key reading skills, read for meaning, improve understanding of different text types

Improved reading level

Speech & Language

£304

Produce speech sounds correctly

Improved reading & spelling skills

Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar

£944

Improve knowledge of SPaG

Apply to written work across all curriculum areas

Social Skills

£305

Understand and react appropriately to  social cues

Improved peer relationships

1:1 Tuition

£200

Mastery of key numeracy skills

Improved confidence

Enrichment

 

 

 

Counselling

£2408

To improve understanding of personal circumstances

Pupil feels happier and less anxious, able to learn

Swimming

£1245

To improve skills

Able to participate and improve life skill

Trips

£1358

To attend whole class enrichment

Able to take part in trip, benefit form learning opportunity outside of the school environment

Other

 

 

 

After School Club

£1568

After school care

Benefit from familiar surroundings and adults, feel secure

Breakfast Club

£3936

To provide breakfast and social environment

Nutritious breakfast provided, pupils able to socialise, enter classroom ready to learn

Summer Club

£900

Provide structure to long break

Maintain link with school, socialise

Uniform

£412

To provide school uniform

Improved wellbeing

Resources

 

 

 

Numeracy

£418.00

Manipulatives to support learning

Improved understanding and participation

Literacy

£125.00

Books

Improved choice for able readers, maintain enjoyment

SEND

£185.00

Resources to aid learning

Promote independence

Training

£247.00

Improve staff subject knowledge

Able to support children confidently

Quality First Support

£20,000

15% Support staff costs

HLTA/TA available to support in class, reduce need for specific intervention, improved wellbeing

 

 

 

 

Total amount spent: April 2015 – March 2016

£40215