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Pupil Premium Report – Financial Years 2016/2017 and 2017/2018

 

The pupil premium (introduced in 2011) gives schools extra funding to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils from reception to year 11 and close the gap between them and their peers.

 

Each year, schools receive a set amount for each primary-aged child registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years.

 

Summary of the barriers to learning eligible pupils face:

  • Lack of suitable home learning environments (issues that also require attention at home)
  • Need for great support for parents to promote behaviour
  • Lack of external resources to support extra-curricular activities and musical opportunities
  • Punctuality for a small group of pupils in receipt of pupil premium lower than non-pupil premium group
  • Occasional behaviour issues for small group of children in receipt of pupil premium having a detrimental effect on academic progress and peers.
  • Some parents of pupils eligible for pupil premium have a negative view of school and education

 

2017/2018

 

For the financial year 2017/2018, schools will receive:

  • £1,200 for each pupil who:
    • has been looked after for 1 day or more
    • has been adopted from care
    • has left care under:
    • a special guardianship order
    • a residence order
    • a child arrangement order
  • £300 for each pupil whose parents(s) are currently serving in the armed forces.
  • £1375 for pupils eligible for free school meals

 

For the Financial Year 2017/2018 Kingham Primary School has 6 pupils eligible  and is expecting to receive £8,250 of Pupil Premium Funding.

 

This pupil premium strategy spending will be reviewed in September 2018.

 

The following table illustrates how we intend to spend the Pupil Premium funding in 2017/2018:

 

Description

Aims and Objectives

Cost

One to one and small group tuition

 

 

 

 

 

Intervention Services

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To support pupils to know their targets and make good (or better) progress in Maths and English with a teacher or trained teaching assistant.

Impact measured by: data tracking of all pupils eligible for pupil premium - pupils should make at least expected progress from their starting points each academic year.

 

Parent Support Advisor; the school provides this one to one service to support children who are experiencing emotional or social challenges.

Impact measured by tracking the number of pupils and or parents of eligible pupils who utilise the service and the support they have been given. Plus through data tracking of all pupils eligible for pupil premium - pupils should make at least expected progress from their starting points each academic year, regardless of their barriers to learning. 

£5,300

 

 

 

 

Resources

To purchase additional teaching resources which will assist the learning and accelerate pupils’ progress in reading, writing and maths. Impact measured by: data tracking of all pupils eligible for pupil premium - target pupils should make above expected progress from their starting points each academic year to narrow the gap between themselves and their peers.

 £100

Funding places on school trips/ visits,  After School clubs including Kidz Club, Breakfast Club and music lessons

To ensure pupils are able to fully participate in the curriculum and experience new and challenging learning experiences. To ensure pupils have equality of access to extra-curricular activities. Impact measured through tracking pupils who are eligible for pupil premium uptake of extra-curricular clubs and instrumental lessons. ensure all pupils who are eligible who want to do so utilise the facilities.

 

 £2,150

Funding mid-morning snack and milk

To support the nourishment of the pupils to maximise their capacity for learning.

 £300

 

 

 

Total Forecast Spend for Financial Year 2017/2018:

£8,250

 

 

2016/2017

 

For the Financial Year 2015/2016 Kingham Primary School had 9 pupils eligible and received £12, 650 of Pupil Premium Funding.

 

The following table illustrates how we spent the Pupil Premium Funding in 2016/2017:

 

Description

Cost

Impact

One to one and small group tuition in support of pupils to know their targets and make good or better progress in Numeracy and Literacy with a teacher or trained teaching assistant.

£8131

Year 6

100% Pupil premium pupils met expected level in reading.

100% Pupil premium pupils met expected level in maths.

100% Pupil premium pupils met expected level in Grammar, punctuation and spelling.

100% Pupil Premium pupils met or exceeded expected level in writing.

Year 2

100% Pupil premium pupils met expected standard in writing

100% Pupil premium pupils met expected standard in reading

 

 

Additional teaching resources which assisted the learning and accelerated pupils’ progress in reading, writing and maths.  Musical instruments and tuition for use by Pupil Premium children

 £1,264

Music books and instruments and lessons were purchased to enable 5 pupil premium pupils to access instrumental lessons.

Funds provided for places on school trips/visits, After School clubs including Kidz Club, and music lessons - ensuring pupils were able to fully participate in the curriculum and experience new and challenging learning experiences.

 £1,662

30 places on school trips and workshops paid through pupils premium funding.

4 Residential trips funded.

5 Pupil premium pupils accessed instrumental lessons during the academic year 2016-2017.

7 pupils accessed after-school clubs through funding via Pupil Premium.

 

Funds provided for mid-morning snack and milk - to support the nourishment of the pupils to maximise their capacity for learning.

 £730

Morning snacks purchased for Pupil Premium pupils.

Cool milk funded.

Pupil premium pupils were ‘ready to learn’

 

 


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