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Pupil Premium 2016/17

Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure 2016/17

Allocation £60,720 = 46 children

Item/Project

Objective

Cost

Resource

EY Pupils

Targeted support from Teaching Assistants in order to achieve best outcomes for pupils and support accelerated progress from baseline data.  This will also provide higher staff/pupil ratio to support learning.

£19,056

2 x TAs

8/12 children =67% of salaries

Experienced Teaching Assistants.

Cost includes ‘on costs’ to school.

KS1 Pupils

Targeted support from Teaching Assistants in order to support progress to achieve targets at the end of KS1.  This will also provide higher staff/pupil ratio to support learning.

£10,414

2 x TAs

9/20 children = 45% of salaries

Experienced Teaching Assistants.

Cost includes ‘on costs’ to school.

KS2 Pupils

Targeted support from Teaching Assistants in order to continue to support progress to achieve targets at the end of KS2.  This will also provide higher staff/pupil ratio to support learning.

£26,486

3xTAs 30/46 children = 65.2% of salaries

 

Experienced Teaching Assistants.

Cost includes ‘on costs’ to school.

Breakfast Club

Staff employed in Breakfast Club to ensure children have a settled start to the day.  This will also support punctuality, attendance and families.

£3,796

Experienced Teaching Assistant staff working alongside volunteers in Breakfast Club in order for maximum numbers of children to access this facility.  This will also support attendance, punctuality and home circumstances.

Speech and Language Teacher (0.1)

To ensure there is a lead person to co-ordinate the work of Speech and Language with the Speech and Language Therapist, the children and their families and is a key link with staff to ensure individual programmes are linked and supported in school.

£2,317

Speech and Language Teacher 0.1 costs including ‘on costs’ to school.

Speech and Language SLA

Speech and Language Therapist on site.  Early identification is a key priority.

£2,623

Speech and Language Therapist in school one morning per week.

CP/CIN/Early Help Meetings

Time allocation to attend meetings by headteacher/Designated Safeguarding Leads (3) to attend meetings.

£3,960

Headteacher/Deputy Headteacher time allocation to attend Vulnerable Families/Early Help/CIN/CP meetings to ensure vulnerable children are supported in school.

 

Total

£68,652

 

 

Impact of Pupil Premium Grant 2015/16

Please see the table below showing the impact of the Pupil Premium Grant for 2015/16 at the end of the academic year.

Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure 2015/16

77 pupils on roll

Allocation £73,290 = 56 children

Item/Project

Objective

Cost

Outcome

EY Pupils

 

Targeted support from Teaching Assistants in order to achieve best outcomes for pupils and support accelerated progress from baseline data.  This will also provide higher staff/pupil ratio to support learning.

£9,610

Pupil premium children in Reception have made better progress than non-Pupil Premium in reading and writing.

1 girl (33%) made more than expected progress in maths.

Attainment – 1 child (8%) achieved a good level of development (non PP)

KS1 Pupils

 

Targeted support from Teaching Assistants in order to support progress to achieve targets at the end of KS1.

This will also provide higher staff/pupil ratio to support learning.

£19,519

Year 1 Phonics screening check – 3 PP children (50%) met the required standard compared to 2 non PP children (100%).

Year 2 repeat Phonics screen check – 1 PP child (33%) met the standard compared to 2 non PP children (100%).

Progress-

At the end of KS1 3 Pupil premium children (50%) have made more than expected progress in reading, writing and maths.

Attainment

8 out of 14 pupils achieved Age Related Expectations in Reading 4 PP (57%) and 4 non PP (57%). Of the PP children 3 (75%) achieved higher than national expectations compared to 0% of the non PP children.

5 out of 14 pupils achieved Age Related Expectations in Writing 3 PP (43%) and 2 non PP (29%).

3 out of 14 pupils achieved Age Related Expectations in Maths 1 PP (14%) and 2 non PP (29%).

KS2 Pupils

Targeted support from Teaching Assistants in order to continue to support progress to achieve targets at the end of KS2.

This will also provide higher staff/pupil ratio to support learning.

£24,368

All children in Year 6 were PP (12)

Progress-

At the end of KS2 all children have made more than expected progress in reading, writing and maths (100%).

 

Attainment

2 pupils (17%) achieved higher than Age Related Expectations in Reading.

5 pupils (42%) were in line with Age Related Expectations in Writing.

3 pupils (25%) were in line with Age Related Expectations in SPAG.

7 pupils (58%) achieved higher than Age Related Expectations in Maths.

Breakfast Club

Staff employed in Breakfast Club in order to ensure children have a settled start to the day this will also support punctuality, attendance and families.

£4,083

28/49 children (57%) of children attending Breakfast Club are on PP register.   

13 children (46%) have attendance over 96%.

2 children (7%) have attendance over 99%.       

Targeted intervention with Breakfast Club has continued to improve attendance.  School continues to liaise with the LA Attendance Officer.                                                                                             

Speech and Language Teacher

To ensure there is a lead person to co-ordinate the work of Speech and Language with the Speech and Language Therapist, the children and their families and is a key link with staff to ensure individual programmes are linked and supported in school.

£4,483

N Woodall continues to lead and monitor this area and 15 children have been involved with this service. 8 of the children were Pupil Premium.  All appointments have been attended and staff have been fully involved with the children, the families and their individual programmes.

Speech and Language SLA

SLA implemented to ensure the above can be met.

£2,623

See Speech and Language report 2015/16.

 

EP Service

To identify particular children who need extra specialist support in their learning and or a range of strategies to support their behavioural needs.

£2100

8 children were identified for support from the EP and 6 (75%) of these were Pupil Premium. 

All 6 children made progress and 2 children made excellent progress in their English and Maths.

One child was identified with a Moderate Learning Difficulty, one child was found to be dyslexic and a further child was identified with having a Specific Learning Difficulty in spelling.

 

MFL Teacher

To improve the provision for the teaching of French in KS2.

£2,160

A supply teacher with a specialism in French was appointed and developed children’s learning in this subject as well as providing CPD for staff.  The progress of the children was good.

Time Allocation for CP/CIN/EH meetings

Time allocation given for attendance of Headteacher/Designated Safeguarding Leads (3) to attend meetings.

£3960

The following meetings have taken place over the year:

Strategy – 1

Early Help – 13

CIN – 46

CP – 1

All children involved were on Pupil Premium.

Attendance at these meetings have given staff an overview of the issues children/families are facing at home and how these need to be addressed in order to support a child’s academic and emotional wellbeing.

Transport to Deaf Club x 1 child

To ensure that a child in Y6 (KS2) is able to access the Youth Club After School for Deaf children which is held in Middlesbrough.

£351

The child was able to engage with other hearing impaired children to develop her skills of both lip reading and sign language.  This supported her social skills.

 

Total

£73,527

 

 

 

Pupil Premium 2015/16

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Funding received  £73,290

EY Pupils:      7 Reception children, 5 children receiving pupil premium = 71%

                        Teaching Assistants working with children 71% of salaries = £9610                   

KS1 Pupils:    28 Year 1 and Year 2 children, 11 children receiving pupil premium = 39%

                        Teaching Assistants working with children 39% of salaries = £19519                      

KS2 Pupils:    45 Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 children, 35 children receiving pupil premium = 77%

                        Teaching Assistants working with children 77% of salaries = £24638

Breakfast Club Behaviour Supervision:    £4083*

Speech & Language Teacher (0.2):   £4483*

Speech & Language SLA:   £2623*

EP Service:   £2100

Language Teacher   £2160

Time allocation for CP/CIN meetings:  £3960

Transport to deaf club x 1 child:  £351

Total expenditure for Pupil Premium children = £73,527  

Overspend paid from SBS £237

*75% of children (33/44) attending Breakfast Club on FSM – Total cost of BC Behaviour supervision £5443

53% of children (8/15) identified for S&L on FSM – Total cost of S&L Teacher (0.2) £8459

53% of children (8/15) identified for S&L on FSM – Total cost of S&L SLA £4950