Pupil Premium Grant – Primary Funding Report 2016-2017

Group
(2016-2017)
 
Number or % of pupils
Total number of pupils on roll 1300 (YR-Y6)
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 567
Whole school % of disadvantaged pupils 44%

 

 

Funding for Primary Disadvantaged pupils

Total    £748, 440

how did we spend the funding?

PPG Intervention Beneficiaries Rationale Impact Cost
Additional staffing in Y6 and for identified vulnerable pupils (FT/PT teachers) Pupils, including Disadvantaged Pupils in YR-Y6 To provide high quality focussed teaching and learning in English and Maths through booster groups.

Secure ‘Quality First Teaching’ in every teaching

group that is tailored to meet the individual needs of pupils and secure good or better progress.

Reduced teaching group sizes to enable pupils to have

greater adult support to secure substantial and sustained progress for all pupils from their different starting points and raise pupil aspirations.

To secure a high degree of personalised learning in

the classroom.

KS2 subject progress by Disadvantaged pupils

End of KS2 Progress

R,W,M  progress above national

–          Reading progress +0.54. This is +0.2 more than the progress of ‘Other pupils’ nationally.

–          Writing progress+ 0.17. This is the same progress as ‘Other pupils’ nationally.

–          Maths progress +0.90. This is +0.6 more than the progress of ‘Other pupils’ nationally.

 

Progress by prior attainment groups

 

£417, 458

 

Additional staffing in Y6 and for vulnerable pupils (FT/PT support staff) Pupils, including Disadvantaged Pupils in YR-Y6 Increase the number of TAs to support the growing needs of pupils

To provide high quality and focussed interventions in

English and Maths.

Toe by Toe, Rapid Read, Stiles, My Maths

To secure equal access to the curriculum and close gaps in progress and attainment through additional adult support for groups of and individual pupils.

To secure a high degree of personalised learning in the classroom.

Disadvantaged higher prior attainment group’s progress above national ‘Other pupils’.

Reading progress 0.57 (+0.29) Writing progress  0.56 (+0.44) Maths progress 2.65 (+2.45)

 

End of KS2 Attainment

Reading, writing and maths combined attainment

All prior attainment groups, low, middle and high, at the combined expected standard have achieved a higher ‘score’ than national

 
Y6 Booster classes and 1:1 tuition Year 6 pupils not on track to achieve end of Key Stage 2 targets To close gaps in progress and attainment of identified groups of and individual pupils through accurately matched and pitch focussed provision that

accelerates pupil progress.

To raise self-esteem and aspirations of identified pupils and create a positive climate of achievement for all.

To provide the individual support needed to attain end of Key Stage 2 targets through 1:1 tuition.

After school and holiday booster classes.

–              22 pupils had 1:1 tuition in 2016/2017. Pupils were selected based on prior attainment information and teacher assessment. The aim was for all to meet the expected standard 100 scaled score and above.

–              15 pupils, 68%, met the expected standard 100 scaled score and above.

–              15 pupils are pupil premium and 9, 60%, met the expected standard 100 scaled score and above.

–              7 pupils are non-pupil premium and 6, 85%, met the expected standard 100 scaled score and above.

–              The reading pass mark in 2015/2016 had been

21 marks. The current scaled score for 21 marks

is 96 scaled score. Two pupil premium pupils scored 96 scaled score and above.

See attached 1:1 impact report

£5931

 

 

Contribution to the cost of Inclusion staff and SEN resources to remove barriers to learning Pupils, including Disadvantaged Pupils in YR-Y6 Additional SENCo (non-class based) to close gaps in progress and attainment of identified groups of and individual pupils.

Services of a weekly Speech and Language therapist

Cost of support from ‘Pupil School Support’

Resources to secure robust safeguarding procedures, including purchase of ‘My Concern’ and the training of additional Designated Safeguarding Leads.

End of KS2 Progress

–              Reading progress SEN with statement or EHC progress – 4.38 below national. However, this has improved since 15/16 by +2.0.

–              Reading progress gap between No SEN and SEN EHC 5.58. Gap 15/16 7.84. Closed by 2.26.

–              Writing progress SEN EHC    -7.03 below national. In 15/16 -7.23. Improved by 0.20.

 

End of KS2 Attainment

–              SEN support 14% achieved the combined expected standard compared to 7% in 15/16 (+7%)

–              Reading, 28% SEN support achieved expected standard compared to 19% in 15/16. (+9%)

–              Reading SEN support 3% achieved the higher standard compared to 4% 15/16. (similar attainment)

–              Maths, 36% SEN support achieved expected standard compared to 26% in 15/16 (+10%)

 

S&L:  £24, 718

 

PSS:  £6750

 

 

 

DSL Training

Cost  £895

Contribution to the cost of Pastoral staff to remove barriers to learning. Pupils, including Disadvantaged Pupils in YR-Y6 Additional mentoring support to remove specific barriers to learning and meet the social, moral and emotional needs of pupils.

Personalised behaviour support, e.g. structured play

To monitor attendance and provide families with support to improve attendance, e.g. through attendance workshops.

Attendance rewards to reward good or better attendance.

To meet the social and emotional needs of families.

To strengthen home-school partnerships through communication, parent workshops and supporting parent with becoming partners in supporting their pupils’ learning, e.g. raise the profile of homework.

Parents and pupils feel supported in times of crisis or difficulty.

 

Pupils have a designated point of contact beyond their class teacher. Social and emotional barriers to learning are broken down

 

Pupils develop good routines and behaviours which nurture good attitudes to work at school and in later life.

 

Positive experiences linked to good attendance (vulnerable pupils attend school F/T from reduced hours)

Learning

Mentors

£37, 000

 

1:1 Support staff: £ 135, 135

Contribution to the cost of after-school clubs, school visits, extra-curricular activities and special Disadvantaged pupils in Y1-6 To meet the social, moral, spiritual and emotional needs of pupils.

To provide pupils with enriched and wider learning opportunities.

Pupils have access to a varied and enriched curriculum which enables them to expand their knowledge and experiences of the world around them and supports them in making informed choices as positive citizens of modern Britain. Educational

Visits £21, 807

 

Extra-curricular sessions

£2617

 

 

curricular event (Our

Wider Learning)

     

–              Educational visits and special workshops enhance subject knowledge and vocabulary. They provide a real-life scenario for the pupils to be immersed in to engage and enthuse them.

–              Extra-curricular clubs impact on supporting a broad and balanced curriculum

–              Opportunities for creative practitioners to enhance the curriculum with their up to date skills and knowledge (Birmingham Hippodrome)

–              Special curriculum days/events impact on SMSC/British Values/Curriculum/Arts and Culture e.g.: Arts Fortnight, Culture Day

 

Sports Coaches

(x3): £62, 685

Music lessons and extended experiences

–               Whole Class Instrumental Teaching in Year

4 for all pupils

–               Small group tutoring/electives

Year 4 pupils

KS2 pupils All disadvantaged pupils

To meet the social, moral, spiritual and emotional needs of pupils.

To provide pupils with enriched and wider learning

opportunities.

Pupils accessed a varied and enriched curriculum which enables them to expand their knowledge and experiences of the world around them.

 

Increased opportunity for all pupils in Y4, 5 & 6 to learn a musical instrument that can be taken into the home environment.

 

Increased confidence in pupils playing a musical instrument and participation in whole school performances and local performances:

–               Termly concert in school

–               Playing in a concert at the Symphony Hall

£33, 444