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Pupil Premium Funding Allocation

The Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) provides funding from the government for:

  •  Raising the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and closing the gap with their peers
  •  Supporting children with parents in the regular armed forces

 

Pupil Premium funding allocation 2012/2013: £9,250

                                    2013/2014: £14,240

                                    2014/2015: £18,017

                                    2015/2016:£18,520

 

Total Number of Pupils on roll Sept 2015         103

Total Number of Pupils eligible for PPG           20    

Total Number of Service Family Pupils              8

 

Nature of support 2012/13; 2013/14; 2014/2015 and planned for 2015/16

 

The funding received for Pupil Premium has been allocated in the following ways:

  • Catch up Literacy Programmes including training for teachers and teaching assistants; Reading Intervention; Paired Reading; Phonics intervention; Closing the Gap Early Years research project.
  • Catch up Numeracy Programmes including training for teachers and teaching assistants; Plus 1; Power of 2; Dynamo Maths;
  • Language and Social Interaction support groups including resources and training for teachers and teaching assistants; Time to Talk; KS 2 Narrative.
  • Speaking and Listening Interaction groups; Black Sheep Narrative
  • Teaching Assistant hours to support independent learning, working with pupils 1:1 and in small groups
  • Investment in reading books and comprehension materials to improve the attainment and progress of Reading across both Key Stages
  • Investment in phonics resources to close the gap in attainment in KS1
  • IT programmes to support spelling and phonics learning; Units of Sound; Clicker to support independent writing; Espresso, Phonics Play to support independent pupil learning
  • 1:1 support in preparation for Y6 assessment tests in Maths, Writing, and Reading
  • Supply;  cover for training to enhance learning in above areas
  • Organising a support group for Service Children; liaising with Service Pupil’s Champion and attending events for service children
  • Extra – curricular activities- clubs and sports educational visits, instrumental lessons, swimming, equipment for activities, residential visits to enhance self-esteem and pupil confidence

Measuring the impact of PPG spending 2012/13

The school judges achievement as good. In the summer of 2013 pupils at the end of KS2 attained higher than the LA and national at L4+ and L5+ in Reading, Writing and Maths. 100% of pupils achieved 2 levels progress or more. In the summer of 2013 pupils at the end of KS1 attained higher than the LA and national at L2+ in Reading, Writing and Maths.

In Year 6 the pupils accessing PPG made two levels of progress (or more) in Reading, Writing and Maths; moving from Level 1 to 4 in Reading and Writing and 2C to 4 in Maths.

In Year 2 the pupils accessing PPG made good progress from FS and achieved Level 2+ in Reading, Writing and Maths.

 

Measuring the impact of PPG spending 2013/14

 

The school judges achievement as good. In the summer of 2014 pupils at the end of KS2 attained higher than the LA and national at L4+ in Reading, Writing and Maths. 93% of pupils achieved 2 levels progress or more. In the summer of 2014 pupils at the end of KS1 attained higher than the LA and national at L2+ in Reading, Writing and Maths.

In Year 6 the pupils accessing PPG made two levels of progress (or more) in Reading, Writing and Maths; moving form Level 2C to 5 in Reading and Writing and 2B to 4A in Maths. They achieved 100% L4+ in all areas.

 

In Year 2 the pupils accessing PPG made good progress from FS and achieved Level 3 in Reading, 2A in Writing and 2A in Maths.

 

Measuring the impact of PPG spending 2014/15

 

The school judges achievement as good. In the summer of 2015 pupils at the end of KS2 attained higher than the LA and national at L4+ in Reading, Writing and Maths. 83% of pupils achieved 2 levels progress or more. In the summer of 2015 pupils at the end of KS1 attained higher than the LA and national at L2+ in Reading, Writing and Maths.

In Year 6 the pupils accessing PPG made two levels of progress or more in Reading, Writing and Maths and achieved 100% L4+ in all areas. Pupils progressed from L2 to L5 in writing.

In Year 2 the pupils accessing PPG made good progress from FS and achieved Level 2B+ in all areas.

 

 

 

 

 

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