Pupil Premium

St Paul’s CE (VA) Primary School.
Pupil Premium Grant Report 2015 – 2016

The Pupil Premium Grant is funding that the school receives from the government to help disadvantaged children to benefit from enrichment activities and to achieve better results. Funding is allocated for pupils from Reception to Year 6 who are (or ever have been) eligible for free school meals, who have been looked after by the Local Authority or who have parents currently in the armed forces. In 2015/16 the school receives £1320 for every eligible child and an additional £600 for every child in care or who has been adopted from care.

Number of pupils & pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on role 207
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 30 (14.5%)
Amount PPG received per pupil £1320
Total amount of PPG for the academic year £38,619

Objectives of spending Pupil Premium grant:
Accelerate progress;
for all Key Stage 1 Pupil Premium pupils to make at least 12 steps progress across Key Stage 1 and close the attainment of pupils compared to National data.
for all Key Stage 2 Pupil Premium pupils to make at least 6 steps progress per year, and close the attainment of pupils compared to National data.
Improve attainment:
for expected standards at the end of Key Stage1 & 2 to be achieved or exceeded.
for the gap between Pupil Premium and non Pupil Premium pupils to close across all year groups.

pupilpremium

Pupil Premium Outcomes 2015-2016.

 

Key Stage 2 SATS

Outcomes for Pupil Premium pupils at St. Paul’s School in reading, writing and maths at the end of year 6: percentage achieving expected level. 

Percentage of children in Y6 making expected or accelerated progress during the year 2015 – 2016:

All year groups

Progress made by children throughout the school in Years 1 – 6.

Key Stage 1 SATS

Outcomes for Pupil Premium pupils at St. Paul’s School in reading, writing and maths at the end of year 2:

percentage of children achieving expected level.


 Percentage of children in Y2 making expected or accelerated progress during the year 2015 – 2016:

Year 1 phonics 


 Pupil Premium for the Academic year 2016-2017

Number of pupils & pupil premium grant (PPG) received 
Total number of pupils on roll 204
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 34 (16.7%) 
Total amount of PPG for the academic year £38,280 (based on 29 pupils at Census)
Amount PPG received per pupil £1125

Objectives of spending Pupil Premium grant:
Accelerate progress;
for all Key Stage 1 Pupil Premium pupils to make at least 12 steps progress across Key Stage 1 and close the attainment of pupils compared to National data.
for all Key Stage 2 Pupil Premium pupils to make at least 6 steps progress per year, and close the attainment of pupils compared to National data.
Improve attainment:
for expected standards at the end of Key Stage1 & 2 to be achieved or exceeded. 
for the gap between Pupil Premium and non Pupil Premium pupils to close across all year groups.

Main barriers to educational achievement:
Speech, language and communication needs;
Social, relationship and family issues;
Physical development needs.

 

PPPLAN2017 

 

 

 

 

 

PPKS2

 

EYFS specific

Fine motor skills group

Improve children’s ability and confidence to take an active part in lessons and improve progress.

Literacy support group with a TA

Speech and Language games group (YR)

Provide children with the ability to communicate their needs and understanding.

Speech and Language liaison with SALT and follow-up work with a TA

Provide children with the ability to communicate their needs and understanding.

KS1 specific

Individual phonics catch-up support from a TA

Close the gap between target pupils and other groups in reading.

Phonics support group with a TA

KS2 specific

Phonics catch-up: phonografix intervention

Close the gap between target pupils and other groups in reading.

‘Maths Talk’ in pairs with a TA

Improve confidence and engagement in maths learning.

1-1 and small group tuition with a teacher: maths and English

Address individual gaps in learning to accelerate progress.

Handwriting fluency course

Improve speed and confidence in handwriting.

‘Sound Training’ course for Years 5 and 6

Provide target pupils with strategies to maximise potential in reading and across the curriculum.

School-wide

Financial assistance for residential and day trips

Provide enrichment opportunities for target children.

Financial assistance for peripatetic music tuition

Family Link TA support for behaviour, attendance and social issues

Improve and maintain good attendance and reduce persistent lateness for target pupils, to remove barriers to making good progress.

Parenting liaison (Family Link TAs)

High Fives fine motor skills group

Improve children’s ability and confidence to take an active part in lessons and ` overcome physical barriers to making good progress.

High Fives gross motor skills group

Social skills and self-esteem groups

Build resilience and overcome barriers to making good progress

Positive behaviour plan

Improve and maintain good behaviour for target pupils, to remove barriers to making good progress.

Targeted maths support 1-1 with a TA

Accelerate the progress of the group of pupils to increase the % of children achieving / exceeding expected levels.

adobe cs6 extended serial number 10 home education


Copyright © 2016. All Rights Reserved.