Pupil Premium Grant

  2017-2018

 

The main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils here

  • Lack of money in the home to buy a computer for children to use for homework/projects/learning at home

  • No money to go on visits/holidays to events/places of interest to broaden children’s life experiences

  • Too many children in the family/too many demands so parents have little time to talk to children/read with them/support homework

  • Lack of aspiration

 

(At present we have no children who have left care - May 2017)

 

How we measure the impact of our spending

Every half term the governors select a specific area/s the deputy head then uses data to assess impact. In response to this changes are made to improve provision for eligible pupils.

Review talks take place every term at governor meetings, the next is June 29th 2017

 

51.7%- 107 pupils

 

 

Use of funding 17-18

Why/Impact

Research to support decisions made(EEF)

Learning Mentor salary

This pastoral role addresses pupil’s barriers to learning. This may be in the form of 1-1 for specific difficulties or group/whole class support. The majority of the pupils supported are FSM (%).

The LM also works with parents and families who are experiencing difficulties by filling in CAFs and attending subsequent TAC meetings. Impact Rise in pupil and parent self- esteem and aspiration, improvement in family circumstances etc. FSM pupil’s attainment data Raise online.

+4 months (Social and Emotional learning)

IT cover lunchtime (extra LS)

We have a well-equipped IT suite this is staffed at lunchtime Impact -pupils have access to the internet and use technology that may not be available at home, this enhances learning. It also allows us to separate pupils (indoor/outdoor) who may have relationship issues

+4 months (developing computer confidence and skills)

Year 1/2/3   focused support 0.9 (teacher)

2 terms

Full time teacher to work within the classrooms supporting under achieving pupils Impact: vulnerable group attainment in line with other pupils

+ 2 months (Targeted interventions)

Speech and language and nurture in FS

 

KS1

Trained TA to work in early years and KS1 focusing on CLLD and PSHE

Impact – English attainment improves as does social interaction and self- esteem leading to more confident learners

+4 (improve attainment by developing social and emotional aspects of learning)

Year 4/5 focused support (.6) TA

Summer term only – contract ends 31/8/17

Part time TA to work with under achieving pupils Impact: vulnerable group attainment in line with other pupils

+ 2 months (Targeted intervention)

Subsidise FSM breakfast club plus free places for needy pupils or those with poor attendance/ punctuality issues

 

Impact: A good start to the day – pupils ready to learn and exhibit appropriate behaviour. Develops personal/social skills

Attendance and punctuality

+2 months (Behaviour)

2 x TA salary – this is an amount to cover the cost of all TAs to support specific intervention

Impact: Rise in pupil levels – accelerated progress!

+2 months (Targeted intervention)

Forest School Leader

 

Equipment for Forest Schools

 

 

 

 

 

 

A registered leader to run ‘forest’ and work with all pupils and staff Impact: wonderful outdoor learning opportunities to increase team work and participation of all pupils leading to improved attainment plus staff up skilled to ensure sustainability of work

+3 months (Collaborative learning experiences with physical and emotional challenge, practical problem solving and reflection)

My Mate Fancies You – theatre production year 6 summer 17

Relationship education for year 6 – follows sex education in year 5, delicate subject delivered in a fun way! Impact – all secondary ready (and life ready!)

+4 (improve attainment by developing social and emotional aspects of learning)

Crossbar Coaching

We purchase high quality experienced sports coaches for 1 x day a week and an after school club. Impact allows talent (self- esteem) to be developed in pupils who cannot afford to attend out of school clubs. Raises self-esteem and confidence which impacts on academic levels. Positive enticement to undertake other activities

+2 months (Sport’s participation)

Condover (year 2 residential)

 

Transport

All pupils have the opportunity to go ‘on holiday’ and experience new, exciting, high quality activities. Impact – rise in levels due to increased vocabulary, ideas and confidence

+3 months (Collaborative learning experiences with physical and emotional challenge, practical problem solving and reflection)

Larches Wood (year 4 residential)

PP pupils cost

 

Coach transport

 

All pupils have the opportunity to go ‘on holiday’ and experience new, exciting, high quality activities. Impact – rise in levels due to increased vocabulary, ideas and confidence

+3 months (Collaborative learning experiences with physical and emotional challenge, practical problem solving and reflection)

Lunchtime play supervisor

A lead person to support constructive play Impact: Lunchtime play is beneficial for all (staff and pupils) and there are less behavior problems

 

1-1 reading support (9 hours per week)

 

+ 2 months (Targeted interventions)

Total Income

Total expenditure

 

£135,960

£114,855