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The Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011. It is a budget that the school receives each financial year to support the progress and attainment of children from low income families who are currently known (or have been known over a 6 year period) to be eligible for Free School Meals. The Pupil Premium is also there to support children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months and those children whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces.

Record of Pupil Premium Grant spending 2013 - 2014

In the 2013 – 2014 financial year the school received £40 026 in Pupil Premium Funding

Item/project

Objective

Cost

  • Ensuring each class has additional adult support throughout the morning (a teaching assistant) to support targeted children on an individual and small group basis. This is mostly in the classroom, but may involve withdrawing children from the main lesson to work on specific progress targets.                  

To support Pupil Premium Children make progress in reading, writing and mathematics that is line with their peers.

£ 33199.76

  • Providing additional provision for targeted children via intervention groupings outside of the classroom focusing on reading, writing and mathematics skills.

 

To support Pupil Premium children overcome barriers in their learning that is preventing them make progress in line with their peers.

£ 3526.24

  • Providing one-to-one tuition and small group tuition (via a qualified teacher) for targeted children outside of the classroom focusing on reading, writing and mathematics skills.

 

To support Pupil Premium children overcome barriers in their learning that is preventing them make progress in line with their peers.

£ 3000

  • Providing funding to support Pupil Premium Children participate in educational visits linked to their learning

To support Pupil Premium children access trips and visits linked to their learning.

£ 300

The progress of Pupil Premium Children at Heath Fields Primary School

6 out of 30 children in the 2013 – 2014 year 6 were eligible for Pupil Premium. Their progress and attainment in relation to the whole cohort is as follows:

Making 2 levels of progress from key stage 1 (expected progress)

Subject

Year 6 cohort as a whole

Pupil Premium Children

Maths

90%

100%

Reading

97%

100%

Writing

86%

67%

 

Making 3 levels of progress from Key Stage 1 (Better than expected progress)

Subject

Year 6 cohort as a whole

Pupil Premium Children

Maths

38%

67%

Reading

59%

100%

Writing

17%

0%

 

Attainment in end of key stage tests – achieving level 4 or above

Subject

Year 6 cohort as a whole

Pupil Premium Children

Maths

86%

67%

Reading

97%

100%

Writing

79%

67%

Grammar, punctuation and spelling

90%

67%

Reading, writing & maths combined

76%

67%

 

Attainment in end of key stage tests – achieving level 5 or above

Subject

Year 6 cohort as a whole

Pupil Premium Children

Maths

48%

67%

Reading

55%

67%

Writing

21%

0%

Grammar, punctuation and spelling

41%

33%

Reading, writing & maths combined

10%

0%

Pupil Premium Spending in the 2014 - 2015 Financial year, follows the same structure as above in the 2013 - 2014 break down.

In 2015 - 2016 the school is looking to further improve outcomes for Pupil Premium children and is planning to utilise Pupil Premium money by addressing individual barriers to learning.

 

Record of Pupil Premium Grant spending 2015 - 2016

In the 2015 – 2016 financial year the school will receive approximately £50, 000 in Pupil Premium Funding

Item/project

objective

cost

  • Ensuring each class has additional adult support throughout the morning (a teaching assistant) to support targeted children on an individual and small group basis. This is mostly in the classroom, but may involve withdrawing children from the main lesson to work on specific progress targets.

To support Pupil Premium Children make progress in reading, writing and mathematics that is line with their peers.

£ 30,000

  • · To provide ‘bespoke intervention’ and/or additional provision based upon an analysis of individual barriers to learning i.e. 1 to 1 tutoring, intervention programs to support basic literacy and maths skills, funding trips and visits, providing emotional support via Positive Play or Talk Time etc.

To support Pupil Premium children overcome barriers in their learning that is preventing them make progress in line with their peers.

£ 20, 000 – Ring Fenced

 

 

The impact of Pupil Premium spending 2015

Of the year 6 cohort 2014-2015, 6 out of 22 pupils were eligible for Pupil Premium

Progress

 

% achieving expected progress (2 levels or more from year 2)

% achieving more than expected progress (3 levels or more from year 2)

Reading

PP=100% ALL=91%

PP=67% ALL=45%

Writing

PP=100% ALL=95%

PP=67% ALL=32%

Maths

PP=100% ALL=100%

PP=50% ALL=18%

PP=Pupil Premium Children ALL=All year 6 children

Attainment

 

% achieving level 4 and above

% achieving level 5

Reading

PP=100% ALL=95%

PP=17% ALL=27%

Writing

PP=67% ALL=86%

PP=33% ALL=32%

EGPS

PP=100% ALL=91%

PP=33% ALL=59%

Maths

PP=83% ALL=91%

PP=50% ALL=27%

Reading, writing and maths combined

PP=67% ALL=86%

PP=17% ALL=9%

PP=Pupil Premium Children              ALL=All year 6 children

 

The impact of Pupil Premium spending 2016

Of the year 6 cohort 2015-2016, 7 out of 38 pupils were eligible for Pupil Premium

Progress

 

All Pupils

Pupil Premium Pupils

Reading

-0.93

-0.61

Writing

-0.91

-2.14

Mathematics

-2.31

1.23

Attainment - % at or above the national standard

 

All Pupils

Pupil Premium Pupils

Reading

61%

57%

Writing

76%

43%

Mathematics

50%

57%

EGPS

82%

57%

Reading, writing & maths combined

45%

43%