c Tedder C P School - Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium

The pupil premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.

The main barriers to educational achievement faced by our pupils are those associated with transience and being part of a military family.  For example:

  • Some pupils have moved schools several times leading to gaps in their learning.
  • Some pupils who have an SEN may suffer from a lack of continuity in their education, if information is not passed on swiftly from school to school.
  • Some pupils may have established particular bonds with previous staff and may find it difficult to immediately form new relationships with staff and make progress.
  • Knowledge of pupils, their strengths, weaknesses and interests is the key to supporting progress and this process may take time to establish as pupils move to different schools.
  • Pupils may take a while to settle into new surroundings and make new friendships, which can be unsettling for them.
  • Pupils may find themselves living away from extended family and often in single parent families if one or even both parents are detached.

There are many factors which could possibly affect the emotional wellbeing of our pupils and subsequently their ability to fulfil their potential.  We therefore use Pupil Premium funding to support them in the following ways:- 

  • Effective tracking and monitoring progress - money is used to fund TAs who assess pupil's attainment on arrival, so that accurate assessments can be made of their needs. 

  •  Additional support for children who are underachieving - money is used to fund TAs who work closely with the children and can fill any gaps in their learning, leading to accelerated progress.

  • 1:1 support -  money is used to employ additional staff who can provide sessions of 1:1 support, to support pupils for a number of issues they may be facing.
  • Small group support - money is used to fund TAs who can provide small group support as an immediate AFL tool and address misconceptions as they arise.
  • Pastoral support - The excellent pupil to adult ratio in school, enables us to give time to pupils who may be experiencing emotional difficulties. 
  • Booster group support after school - money is also used to fund any boosters after school to support children's learning or after school clubs which enhance learning and build self esteem.
  • Resources - money is used for additional resources needed by pupils to enhance learning ie phonics programmes, SATS boosters, Quality reading comprehension materials to challenge in line with the new curriculum.
  • Trips and visitors - to enrich the curriculum and experiences i.e. Whole School Pantomime visit, Planetarium, Circusology. 

Impact of Pupil Premium - the ways in which we will measure the impact are:

Results of pupil progress and attainment

Pupil voice relating to how they feel about school, ie safe, valued, supported

Parental satisfaction relating to the education and experience we provide for children.

Date of Next Review - 22nd February 2017- Governors Meeting

AMOUNT OF FUNDING GIVEN

2016 - 2017

Pupil Premium Service Personnel - £300 per pupil = £21900.00

Pupil Premium (free school meals) - £1320 per pupil = £6600.00

PE & Sport Allocation = £8316.00

Universal Infant Free School Meals = £7903.00 

Total = £44719.00

2015 - 2016

Pupil Premium Service Personnel - £300 per pupil = £22800.00

Pupil Premium (free school meals) - £1320 per pupil = £3960.00

PE & Sport Allocation = £4845.00

Universal Infant Free School Meals = £8413.00 Provisional

Universal Infant Free School meals = £2300.00 small school transitional

Total = £42318.00

Pupil Premium Funding -

  • Effective tracking and monitoring progress -
  • Additional support for children who are underachieving -
  • 1:1 support -  .
  • Small group support -
  • Pastoral support
  • Booster group support after school -
  • Resources -
  • Trips and visitors -

Impact -

Parental questionnaires expressed great satisfaction with the experiences and education provided for their children - see Ofsted Parental Questionnaires.

Early Years Foundation Stage

100% achieved GLD in 3 Prime Areas

73% achieved GLD in 4 specific areas

35% exceeded GLD on average across areas

(GLD - Good Level of Development)

 

Year 1 Phonics

94% of pupils met the threshold

 KS1                                

Reading - 88%

Writing - 78%

 Maths - 88%

Exceeding ARE        

KS1 –

11- reading

44% - writing 33% - maths

KS2

Reading - 44%

Writing - 78%

Maths – 88%

GAP (Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling) - 66%

 Exceeding ARE 

KS2 –  reading 22%       writing 22%    maths 33%

 

 Table to show the number of children making expected or exceeding expected progress 15/16

 

Below Expected Progress

Expected Progress

Exceeding Expected Progress

Expected +

Reading

16%

65%

18%

83%

Writing

26%

56%

18%

74%

Maths

14.5%

72.6

12.9

86%

2014 - 2015

Pupil Premium Service Personnel - £300 per pupil = £21900.00

Pupil Premium (free school meals) - £1300 per pupil = £2600.00

PE & Sport Allocation = £6367.00

Universal Infant Free School Meals = £13744.00

Total = £46359.00

2013 - 2014

Pupil Premium Service Personnel - £300 per pupil = £25800

Pupil Premium (free school meals) - £953 per pupil = £2859

PE & Sport Allocation = £5102.00

Total = £33761.00

2012 - 2013

Pupil Premium Service Personnel  - £250 per pupil = £22500

Pupil Premium (free school meals) - £623 per pupil = £9350

Total = £31850

RESULTS

 2014-2015

Foundation Stage

73% made expected progress in reading, writing and maths.  The cohort came in at a low starting point generally. Of the 73%, 21% exceeded early learning goals in reading, writing and maths.

Phonics

Reception -  15 in cohort /   Phase 2 – 26%     Phase 4  74%

Yr 1  -  11 in cohort / Phase 4 – 27.%     Phase 5  - 72.7% 

Yr 2 -  14 in cohort / Phase 5 – 14.3%   Phase 6 – 85.7%

KS1

100% of children reached the required standard at the phonics screening.

Key Stage 1 SATS – we had 100% of children achieving the 2b required level in reading, writing and maths, with a high % also achieving level 3 (28% level 3 in reading, 14% in writing, 36% in maths).

Key Stage 2 SATS – In Key Stage 2  we had     

90.9% achieving 4b or above in maths, with 36.4% level 5 – 9.1% level 6 (45%)

81.8% achieving 4b or above in reading, with 54.5% level 5

81.8% achieving 4b or above in writing, with 27.3% level 5

                                              Maths          Writing        Reading

Two levels progress                  100%           100%           73%

Three levels progress               30%             10%             20%

 

Children in Class 4 made an average of 4.75 APS points progress.

Children in Class 3 made an average of 5.6 APS points progress.

Children in Class 2 made an average of 4.6 APS points progress

 

At the end of academic Year 2013 – 2014 results were very good.  This table shows the % of children who met and exceeded Age Related Expectations (ARE).

Early Years Foundation Stage

86% achieved GLD in 3 Prime Areas

71% achieved GLD in 4 specific areas

21.4% exceeded GLD on average across areas

(GLD - Good Level of Development)

Exceeding ARE        

KS1 – reading 20%,      

writing 10%  maths 40%

Year 1 Phonics

100% of pupils met the threshold 

  KS1    

 Reading - 90%

 Writing - 90%

 Maths - 100%

 

KS2

Reading - 88%

Writing - 88%

Maths – 88%

GAP (Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling) - 75% 

Exceeding ARE       

KS2 – reading 50%, writing 63%, maths 50%

At the end of academic year 2012-2013 results were very good.

Early Years Foundation Stage

100% achieved GLD in Prime Areas

85% achieved GLD in 3 specific areas 

(GLD - Good Level of Development)

 

Year 1 Phonics

100% of pupils met the threshold          

KS1

Reading - 100%

Writing - 89%

Maths - 100%
                          

KS2

Reading - 100%

Writing - 100%

Maths - 93%

GAP (Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling) - 100%

Very good progress from KS1 to KS2 - 100% Reading and Writing, 92% Maths - achieved at least 2 levels progress in all areas

 At the end of the academic year 2011-2012 results were very good. 

KS1

Speaking & Listening - 100%

Reading - 91%

Writing - 91%

Maths - 100%

KS2

Reading - 91%

Writing - 84%

Maths - 100%

Very good progress from KS1 to KS2 - 100% achieved 2 levels progress in all areas

 

click on links below

Pupil Premium Grant for Forces Children - 2012

DFE - Pupil Premium - http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/pupilsupport/premium/b0076063/pp

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