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Pupil Premium is additional funding provided to schools to support:
Children who are eligible for free school meals (FSM)
Looked after children
Armed Forces children
Pupil Premium Report
2015-16 PPG £80,080.00 2016-17 PPG £96,760.00 2017-2018 PPG £111,060.00
£38,280 Free School Meals £56,760 Free School Meals £69,960 Free School Meals
£39,900 Service Children £38,100 Service Children £41,100 Service Children
£ 1,900 Looked After Children £ 1,900 Looked after Children
How this money has been allocated:
LSA support (£39,324 16/17) (55,722 17/18)
1:1 Lunchtime and behaviour support (£1,550 16/17)
Specifically targeting children with early phonics, writing, language, English and Maths in groups, with class and 1:1 reinforced learning.
Raising children’s achievement using Quality First Teaching. Reinforcing learning and emotional and behaviour support.
SEN LSA (£36,563 16/17) (27,098 17/18)
Meet the needs of vulnerable groups of pupils across the school through a range of support for pupils and families including Speech & language, Talk & Create, Gym Trail, Write from the Start, Phonics Top Up, Talk Time and Class Support.
Deliver early intervention to support children’s progress and attainment against starting points.
Support staff in their understanding of pupil’s specific needs and how to support them in the classroom. Remove barriers to learning to promote appropriate progress.
Children’s needs are quickly identified and supported.
Children on the SEN register make good progress against their starting points.
Staff are equipped with strategies and resources to support children within their classrooms.
Outside Agency Support (£6,032 16/17 Mind) (£1,284 17/18 Play Therapy)
To provide intensive structured support for vulnerable pupils who are exhibiting ‘barriers to learning’ – Social, emotional, health and behaviour support.
Improvement in attendance and integration into learning within a class group with the intention of raising achievement for those specifically targeted pupils.
Meta- Cognition and Self-Regulation (2016/17 £4,137) (2017/18 £9,510)
The introduction of Growth Mindset and Colour Monsters for Pupils to identify their own behaviours and learning strategies. Pupil Subscriptions to DB Primary, Bug Club, Twinkl, Hamilton Education and Education City. From 2017/18 Enquiry Based Learning classes launched in KS1 (one in each year group).
Improvement of self-awareness of Pupils own behaviours and being able to choose their own level of challenges by self-direction. Growth in confidence and independence through access to online learning tools aimed at Pupils level of learning.
Introduction of new skills (Lunchtime clubs / Trips) (2016/2017 £9,154) (2017/18 £8,674)
Pupil appreciation of new skills during lunchtime that stimulate and require fine motor skills and concentration, which include choir, African drumming, sewing, library, gardening clubs and external trip subsidies.
Increase to stimulus outside of the classroom and confidence in learning new skills.Interaction with pupils from other classes to share a common goal.
Funding 2017-18 (NEW)
Administration £972. Supporting pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium with medical needs.
Pupils with medical needs have been supported by administration staff.
Medical needs met and pupils able to learn.
Funding 2017-18 (NEW)
Prince William Award 2017/18 £6800
This award targeting FSM pupils and teaching them skills: Personal Development; Relationships; Working; Community and Environment.
To engage in experiences that support the development of character and self esteem.
Early Years Pupil Premium
This premium was introduced in April 2015 and is additional funding provided to schools to support children who are eligible for free school meals or looked after children.
£3,625 received 2015-16. £3,013 received 2016-17. £2,528 received 2017-18
How this money has been used:
To deliver targeted interventions to pupils in receipt of EYPPG who exhibit delayed communication and language skills. Emotional and behavioural needs are supported during sessions.
Pupils will have strategies to enter their reception year with better comprehension and understanding, in order to make appropriate expected progress.