PUPIL PREMIUM

Pupil Premium Statement 2017- 18

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
  2015-16 2016-17
Total number of pupils on roll 874 873
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 303 254
Amount of PPG received per pupil £1320 £1320
Total amount of PPG received £393,900 £335,063

We looked at the DfE’s Evaluation of Pupil Premium Research Report July 2013 and the work by the Sutton trust and the Education Endowment Foundation to decide on how the money should be spent this year.  There is a detailed breakdown of figures in the table below:

Disadvantaged pupils  - additional funding from central government for disadvantaged pupils is Called Pupil Premium Pupil premium per pupil
Pupils in year groups reception to year 6 as recorded as Ever 6 FSM £1,320
Pupils in years 7 to 11 recorded as Ever 6 FSM £935
Children Looked After defined in Children Act 1989 as one who is in the care of, or provided with accommodation by, an English local authority Up to £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 Up to £1,900

Expenditure Detail Explanation Expected impact
Increase pastoral support Fund 4 x EYFS TA We have employed 4 Teaching Assistants in the EYFS to provide early intervention for our youngest pupils All pupils are able to access their learning; confidence will increase and standards will be raised.
Continue to fund  I x Pastoral Support Worker We want to ensure those pupils who need emotional support have access to a Pastoral Support Worker. All pupils are able to access their learning; confidence will increase and standards will be raised.
Purchase Jigsaw Programme Ensure all pupils, but especially our disadvantaged pupils have a systematic, well thought out programme to respond to social and emotional learning  Barriers to learning will reduce; confidence will increase and standards will be raised.
Raising Attainment Continue to fund a Higher Level Teaching Assistant To ensure consistency in personnel covering classes so disadvantaged pupils feel safe and secure and able to learn Raising standards and confidence
Assisted places at our Extended School Provision We have a number of places at breakfast and after school clubs. The children will be provided with space to complete homework tasks, to socialise and achieve Raising standards and confidence in sport and promoting healthy life styles.
Improving lifestyles and choices.
1:1 tuition We have employed tutors to ensure those pupils who are not meeting national expectations are able to catch up with their peers. Tuition to take place on Saturdays and during the week. The gap between those pupils with FSM status and those without FSM status is narrowed.
1:1 tuition teachers to work with class teachers Release class teachers to meet 1:1 tutors to have sight of exercise books, style of marking and key issues.  1 meeting per term. Seamless provision for each child. Targeted support is the best it can be.
Additional teachers in years 5 and 6 We have employed an extra teacher in these year groups to make classes smaller in the core subject lessons All pupils are able to access their learning; confidence will increase and standards will be raised.
Easter School 6 teachers @£200 per day for 3 days Pupils in Year 6 have been given an opportunity to catch up with their peers. The gap between those pupils with FSM status and those without FSM status is narrowed
  Speech and Language Therapist for 1 day per week
£14,000
Pupils will be identified early and intensive programmes of intervention set up. The pupils who need it will have access to a therapist at school. Any issues are identified early and rectified in a more timely manner.
Train all TAs in reciprocal reading All staff use the same strategies for teaching reading All pupils are able to access their learning; confidence will increase and standards will be raised.
Raising Aspirations The Brilliant Club A project to develop the skills of the most able and to raise their aspirations Aspirations are raised. All pupils are able to access their learning; confidence will increase and standards will be raised and parents will understand that their child can access opportunities such as university
Providing essentials Uniform We expect all children to wear school uniform and provide essentials in cases of real hardship. Confidence is raised and standards will improve.
  Milk All children are offered a drink of milk daily Healthy lifestyle is established. Children have good nutrition and achieve