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Pupil Premium Impact Statement 2015 - 2016

Pupil Premium Action Plan 2015 2016

The Pupil Premium is funding in addition to the school's budget. Schools are free to decide how to allocate this funding to best support the raising of attainment for the most vulnerable pupils. In 2015/16 the school received £40,600 in Pupil Premium allocations.

 

In 2015/16 the pupil premium was used in a variety of ways.

 

  • Support with learning mentor as part of Narnia in 1:1, family support, and small group.
  • Class intervention for specific children.
  • 1:1 tuition: Stride Ahead/Toe by Toe 1 hour per week.
  • Intervention groups.
  • Additional teaching assistant support for key pupils to meet individual needs.
  • External support agencies for supporting children
  • Providing specialist equipment and resources to develop children and provide wider opportunities
  • Forest Schools across EYFS, KS1 and KS2
  • One to one teaching with a teacher to meet specific learning needs
  • Additional staffing of KS2, particularly in Y5/6
  • Supporting, where this links to a learning need, additional afterschool care and holiday activities
  • Supporting costs related to educational visits including contribution to in term time residential

 

Links to Action Plan for Pupil Premium Funding 

To ensure the outcomes and attendance of pupils in receipt of pupil premium is at least in line with those of peers in school:

  • Increase attendance rates of pupils in receipt of pupil premium funding to close the gap with peers in school.
  • Increase rates of progress in reading across school, including those in receipt of pupil premium funding.
  • Ensure the needs of all pupils in receipt of pupil premium funding are met to ensure they are on track to make or exceed expected progress and attainment including the GLD

 

 

SIP Objective

Funding

  • Increase attendance rates of pupils in receipt of pupil premium funding to close the gap with peers in school.

 

Learning Mentor Time

Total 1 hour a week

 

 

  • Increase rates of progress in reading across school, including those in receipt of pupil premium funding.

 

Accelerated Reader Subscription

Other costs met through SIP

  • Ensure the needs of all pupils in receipt of pupil premium funding are met to ensure they are on track to make or exceed expected progress and attainment including the GLD

 

Learning Mentor Time for Induction in EYFS

 

 

Termly Intervention

 

Teaching Assistants

 

Teacher group

 

One to One teacher

 

Additional KS2 teacher 50% teaching time full academic year 15/16 focus on Y5/6

 

 

Forest School Provision

15 hours weekly

Plus costs for resources.

 

 

Meeting emotional need of pupils to ensure they are able to ready for learning through:

 

  • Narnia provision with learning mentor available full time in school
  • One to one support for individual pupil as assessment takes place for EHCP
  • Engaging external assessments from key professionals
  • Links with Trinity
  • Targeted funding for counselling and play therapy services not accessible through Early Intervention
  • Key resources for intervention – Toes by Toe, Power of 2, Stride Ahead.
  • Training for TA on specific interventions;
  • Speech and Language
  • Accelread and Accelerwrite
  • Fast Forward Grammar

 

 

 

 

 

Learning Mentor Support

 

One to One

TA 15hrs

 

External Assessments

 

Counselling services

 

Key Resources

 

Curriculum enrichment/Out of hours 

 

Training

 

 

 

 

IMPACT OF 2015/16 ACTION PLAN

 

SUCCESS CRITERIA 1

Increase attendance rates of pupils in receipt of pupil premium funding is above 95%.

(14/15 93.8%)

 

Attendance (updated end of 2015/2016)

 

Whole School Attendance 15/16 (whole year)

Attendance 96.5%          Authorised Absence 2.7%           Unauthorised Absence 0.5%

 

All Pupil Premium children including Ever6 and AFC

Attendance 95.4%           Authorised Absence 3.5%           Unauthorised Absence 0.6%

 

Pupil Premium ( Ever6 ) Pupils Attendance in Comparison ( full academic year)

Attendance 94.9%       Authorised Absence 3.9%          Unauthorised Absence 0.7%

 

Pupil Premium ( Adopted from Care)  Pupils Attendance in Comparison ( full academic year)

Attendance 97.9%         Authorised Absence 2.1%          Unauthorised Absence 0.1%

Pupil Premium Pupils Attendance in Comparison to 2014/2015( full academic year) Whole School Attendance 96.5%

Ever 6 Attendance was 94.1% and so has risen by 0.8%

 

Impact:

Attendance rose in 14/15 for this group of children by 1.4 %

Attendance rose in 15/16 for this group of children by 0.8%

Attendance is now above 95% at 95.4% however the gap with pupils not in receipt of funding remains. 

 

This will remain an ongoing priority although impact has been seen and the gap is closing.

 

SUCCESS CRITERIA 2

Pupil with pastoral or SEN needs are identified swiftly on transition to school to ensure these needs are met to ensure progress is made from point of entry and GLD is not limited by unmet PSED needs.

EYFS Outcomes for pupils in receipt of pupil premium.

Progress for these pupils has been rapid and has been driven through swift identification. No PP child did not achieve GLD due only to PSED unmet needs.

GLD

Achieved 

Achieved 

X

X

This is a key area for pupil premium spending particularly for pupils AFC.  It will remain a finding priority for 2016/17

 

SUCCESS CRITERIA 3

Increase rates of progress in reading across school, including those in receipt of pupil premium funding. (see whole school KP 1) 

 

Outcomes for pupils in receipt of pupil premium are sustained from 2014/15 for reading and mathematics and increased in writing:

 

Attainment targets on YGE

Reading expected 88%

Writing expected 87%

Mathematics expected 88%     PLEASE NOTE

 

It is clear in the guidance from the DFE that a comparison cannot be made from the 2014/15 outcomes as the new curriculum and more challenging assessment means this is not a valid comparison.  This was not known when this target was set.  The data below includes a comparison with national outcomes.

 

TEST AND TA OUTCOMES

Year 1

Phonic Check

met 

met

met

met

met 

 

Year 2

Reading

Writing

Maths

expected 

expected 

expected 

expected 

expected 

Working Towards Standard 

 

 

Year 6

GPS

Reading

Writing (TA)

Maths

108 

109 

expected 

112 

102 

95 X

X

100 

114 

112 

expected 

116 

105 

102 

expected 

102 

 

100+ reached expected 

110+ reached higher standard 

 

Attainment in 16/17 data for all pupils across school

Reading – 77% ( NA 66%)  of children in receipt of pupil premium are achieving at least in line with age related expectations. 

Writing – 62% ( NA 74%) of children in receipt of pupil premium are achieving at least in line with age related expectations. 

Mathematics – 65% (NA 70%)  of children in receipt of pupil premium make at least expected progress.

 

Reading – 88% of children in receipt of pupil premium are making at least expected progress.

  • Writing – 85% of children in receipt of pupil premium are making at least expected progress.
  • Mathematics – 81% of children in receipt of pupil premium make at least expected progress.

 

Progress is strongest in reading for pupil premium children. This was a focus for whole school improvement and pupil premium action plan in 2015/2016.

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