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Pupil premium

Funding

In the 2019 to 2020 financial year, schools will receive an additional £1,320 for each child in Reception to Year 6 registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the previous six years. Schools will receive £300 for each child whose parent or parents are serving in the armed forces. Schools will receive £2,300 for certain children, for instance those that have been in local authority care.

Eligible children may face a number of barriers to learning, including:

  • Lack of suitable home learning environments
  • Need for great support for parents to promote appropriate behaviour
  • Lack of resources for extra-curricular activities and musical opportunities
  • Inadequate support for behavioural issues.

Kingham Primary School has 5 pupils eligible in the financial year 2019 to 2020 and is expecting to receive £12,000 of Pupil Premium funding.

This pupil premium strategy spending will be reviewed by governors in September 2020. The governors will also consider how the effect of the pupil premium will be measured.

Planned spending

Description Impact Cost
Individual and small group tuition
To support pupil premium children with a teacher or trained teaching assistant. Measured by data tracking. Children eligible for pupil premium should make at least expected progress from their starting points in Maths and English each academic year. £8,500
Parent Support Advisor to support children who are experiencing emotional or social challenges. Measured by tracking the number of children and or parents of eligible children who use the service and the support they have been given. Data tracking of all children eligible for pupil premium. Children should make at least expected progress from their starting points each academic year, regardless of their barriers to learning. As part of above salary costs
Resources
Purchase additional teaching resources which will assist the learning and accelerate progress in reading, writing and maths. Measured by data tracking of all children eligible for pupil premium. Children should make above expected progress from their starting points each academic year to narrow the gap between themselves and their peers. £700
Access to activities
Funds provided for places on school trips and visits, After School clubs including Kidz Club, and music lessons, to ensure children are able to participate fully in the curriculum and participate in extra-curricular activities. Measured by tracking uptake of extra-curricular clubs and instrumental lessons by children who are eligible for pupil premium to ensure all pupils who are eligible who want to do so utilise the facilities. £2,500
Nutrition
Funds provided for mid-morning milk to support the nourishment of the pupils to maximise their capacity for learning. Measured by tracking usage by eligible children. £300
Total   £12,000

Previous spending

For the 2018 to 2019 financial year, Kingham Primary School had 6 eligible children and received £10,000 of pupil premium funding.

Description Impact Cost
Individual and small group tuition
One to one and small group tuition in support of pupils to know their targets and make good or better progress in literacy and numeracy with a teacher or trained teaching assistant.

Year 6 pupil premium children

50% achieved higher standard in Grammar, punctuation and spelling

100% met expected level in writing.
100% met expected level in grammar, punctuation and spelling.
100% met expected level in maths.

£5120
Additional resources
Additional teaching resources for use in reading, writing and maths.

Assisted the learning and accelerated progress in reading, writing and maths.

£0
Access to activities
Funds provided for places on school trips and visits, After School clubs including Kidz Club, and music lessons, to ensure children are able to participate fully in the curriculum and participate in extra-curricular activities.

Places on school trips and workshops paid through pupils premium funding.
2 residential trips funded. Pupils accessed after-school clubs through Pupil Premium funding.

2 pupils accessed instrumental lessons through pupil premium funding

£2211
Nutrition
Funds provided for mid-morning milk to support the nourishment of the pupils to maximise their capacity for learning. Pupil premium children were ‘ready to learn’. £0
 
Total   £8023