Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG)

Pupil Premium Grant is additional funding given to school and is calculated on the number of children eligible for free school meals, but not the universal infant free schools meals.

The funding is allocated to schools in April each year following the January census for children who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years.

The pupil premium grant money in 2017- 2018 is to be used as below:

Income £98984

 

 

 

Impact of PPG 2016-7

Outcomes for pupils:

Pupil premium impact 2016-17

Initiative

Target group

Description of Activity

Cost

Impact

RAG

SERI

KS1

Additional reading support for F/S children

£12000

Helped support pupils in reading and supported in developing confident readers.

See below for class results.

 

MSU

KS1

Maths support

£1000

 

Helped support pupils in maths and supported in developing confident mathematicians.

See below for class results.

 

Nurture group

Whole school

Weekly session for pupil’s social and emotional well-being

£2500

Children more able to adapt to school life.

Children more able to access the curriculum.

 

Learning mentor

Whole school

Support for vulnerable children and families

£15000

Children more able to adapt to school life.

Children more able to access the curriculum.

 

Sports coaches

KS2

Support for pupils at lunchtime.

£6500

Supported pupils in behaviour and in playing together.

Teamwork and other playtime skills developed

 

Teaching Assistants

All pupils

Support in class and groups

£36500

Children supported in reading, writing and maths.

Children better access to curriculum.

Children accessing subjects in smaller groups and so getting intense support.

 

Residential/School visits

All pupils

Transport costs subsidy

£6000

Children accessing a wider curriculum.

 

 

Breakfast club

All children

For children to come to school early and have breakfast.

£2500

Children more ready for school.

 

Curriculum enrichment

All children

Visits and visitors to school and resources

£10000

Children accessing wider opportunities .

 

School attendance initiatives

Promoting attendance

All pupils

£500

Positive impact pupils attendance.

 

Behaviour for learning

All pupils

Promoting positive attitudes to learning.

£1000

 

Positive impacts in learning in the classroom.

 

 

 

 

Outcomes for pupils 2016-17

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

GPS

RWM

 

%EXS +

%GDS

%EXS +

%GDS

%EXS +

%GDS

%EXS +

%GDS

%EXS +

%GDS

Y6 (14)

79%(53%)

7%(12%)

50%  (71%)

0 (0)

57% (65%)

21% (18%)

86% (71%)

21% ()

50% ()

0

Y5 (24)

67% (67)

17% (33)

57%  (57)

4% (8)

32% (57%)

17% (21)

 

 

 

 

Y4 (19)

63% (71)

22% (33)

42% (71)

17% (22)

53% (71)

22% (0)

 

 

 

 

Y3 (18)

50% (56)

22% (17)

50% (50)

11% (11)

44% (61)

22% (22)

 

 

 

 

Y2 (17)

53% (56%) 

12% (28%)

41% (50%)

6% (22%)

56% (56%)

13% (56%)

 

 

41%()

6%

Y1 (23)

83% (71%)

43% (13)

83%  (71)

17% (9)

87% (71/93)

26% (9/9)

 

 

 

 

Year 1 phonics

83% (82%)

YR GLD

71% (71%)

*Years 2 and 6  compares previous years cohort. Other year groups compares that cohort with their results from the previous year.