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PUPIL PREMIUM & SPENDING ARCHIVE

Pupil premium and spending in previous years dated from April 2011 to March 2012 and each subsequent year until April 2017 to March 2018.

 

Detail of spending for the year April 2017 to March 2018

Item

Cost

Aims

Outcome

CPD for all staff

£ 21,500

To improve standards of teaching so that all children have access to quality-first teaching that raises awareness of barriers to learning including emotions and attachment.

Teaching across the school is at least 90% good or better. Children are able to learn well because staff adapt teaching to match emotional needs

Staffing and resourcing for Breakfast Club from 7.45

£ 10,800

To provide free Breakfast Club for all PP children to enable children to have a positive start their day having had something to eat and played with peers.

To ensure that PP children have the best chance at being alert and ready for learning. In addition to improve attendance and punctuality.

To improve general well-being and social skills.

Fully-funded curriculum trips/ visitors (transport and site admission costs) to school

£ 17,500

To widen the experiences of children eligible for PP, providing enrichment; leading to improved outcomes in reading, writing and maths

To further develop children’s awe and wonder and general well-being. Widen their cultural experiences, enabling them to see themselves as global citizens

Booster classes for Y6 SATs. Targeting pupil premium children at risk of delay

£ 1, 950

To target children eligible for PP who are in danger of not making sufficient progress or achieving the national standard in SATs.

Improved outcomes for pupils in reading, writing and maths and future learning.

Access to an enriched school experiences- House Teams, School Council, Musical and Language (Spanish) experiences. Inc Rock Kids, Spanish lessons, Climbing hangar sessions and Wider Opportunity Brass sessions.

£ 13,850

Children eligible for PP have opportunities to engage in learning outside the classroom and deepening their social and cultural outlooks on life.

 

Widen children’s life experiences Enhance the development of their well-being.

Purchase of incentives and rewards to promote good attendance and punctuality

£ 5,100

To reward those children eligible for PP who reach our attendance and punctuality expectations/ targets.

Significantly improve % rates of attendance and punctuality in school.

Help children and adults recognise the importance of good attendance and punctuality for life.

EWO SLA to support improved attendance and punctuality especially for children eligible for PP

£2,400

To reward those children eligible for PP who reach our attendance and punctuality expectations/ targets. To target families where additional support is needed.

Significantly improve % rates of attendance and punctuality in school.

Help children and adults recognise the importance of good attendance and punctuality for life.

Maintenance of 15 non-mixed age classes and 3 intervention spaces

£ 4,100

Ensure that children eligible for PP access a quality learning environment.

Improved outcomes for all children academically and socially.

Targeted interventions to help children eligible for PP reach their potential inc reading, dyslexia, Read write a-z, Outdoor Learning

£ 48,400

To provide bespoke interventions for children eligible to PP

Improved outcomes for all children in reading, writing, mathematics

Purchase of mindfulness and emotional resilience materials and attendance at training inc. running sessions in school

£3,490

To raise self-esteem and positive self-image and develop strategies for children to learn coping mechanisms

Improved confidence and development in social skills leading to improved outcomes for chn.

Payment for staff providing after school club

£ 4,700

Enrichment of children’s experience; cultural awareness, musical ability, physical development confidence etc

Children to develop greater self-confidence.

External specialist support fees including SEN, Attachment and also in Counselling

£12,800

To provide timely and effective interventions for children eligible to PP

Improved outcomes for all children academically and socially.

 

Detail of spending for the year April 2015 – March 2016

How was the allocation spent?

Outline of targeted intervention /activities

Staffing costs Targeted intervention for pupils in KS1 and KS2 to narrow the gap. Individual progress to be assessed every 8 weeks and a gap analysis undertaken. Staffing to be effectively deployed to meet current individual needs. Within this additional provision a focus upon basic skills in Literacy and Numeracy; targeted intervention for pupils identified as ‘Vulnerable’ to support pupils’ self-esteem and confidence to enable them to be more effective learners as well as targeted intervention for pupils with poor attendance. Booster classes before and after school for children in KS2 to target identified learning needs in phonics, maths and literacy. Where children are particularly able in certain areas, separate sessions to be sourced to provide additional challenge. The effectiveness of all these interventions will be reviewed every 8 weeks.
Wider Opps and Music Tuition Instrumental tuition for Year 4 pupils, together with identified individual tuition for Year 5 & 6 pupils to enable them to learn a musical instrument. Payments to Associate Board Exams
Breakfast club costs and resources for clubs + staff overtime. Targeted provision to enable all pupils to access pre-school and after school provision.
Running costs for mini bus All pupils transported to events / activities to enhance their learning.
Subsidy for residential trips – FSM All pupils to be able to access the Year 5 & Year 6 residentials with no financial disadvantage.
Additional Maths and Literacy resources A variety of additional resources to be purchased over the year to enhance the current resources as well as supporting home-school links for maths and Literacy especially for targeted families.
Total Allocated & spent £191,797

 

Detail of spending for the year April 2014 – March 2015

How was the allocation spent?

Outline of targeted intervention /activities

Staffing costs Targeted intervention for pupils in KS1 and KS2 to narrow the gap. Individual progress was assessed every 8 weeks and a gap analysis undertaken. Staffing was then effectively deployed to meet current individual needs. Within this additional provision there was be a focus upon basic skills in Literacy and Numeracy; targeted intervention for pupils identified as ‘Vulnerable’ to support pupils’ self-esteem and confidence to enable them to be more effective learners as well as targeted intervention for pupils with poor attendance. Booster classes before and after school for children in KS2 to target identified learning needs in phonics, maths and literacy. Where children are particularly able in certain areas, separate sessions were sourced to provide additional challenge. The effectiveness of all these interventions will be reviewed every 8 weeks.
Wider Opps and Music Tuition Instrumental tuition for Year 4 pupils, together with identified individual tuition for Year 5 & 6 pupils to enable them to learn a musical instrument. Payments to Associate Board Exams
Breakfast club costs and resources for clubs + staff overtime. Targeted provision enabled all pupils to access pre-school and after school provision.
Running costs for mini bus All pupils transported to events / activities to enhance their learning.
Subsidy for residential trips – FSM All pupils were able to access the Year 5 & Year 6 residentials with no financial disadvantage.
Additional Maths and Literacy resources A variety of additional resources were purchased over the year particularly to enhance the current guided reading, comprehension and grammar resources as well as supporting home-school links for maths and Literacy
Total Allocated & spent £192,705

Detail of spending for the year April 2013 – March 2014
How was the allocation spent? Outline of targeted intervention /activities
Staffing costs Targeted intervention for pupils in KS1 and KS2 to narrow the gap. Individual progress assessed every 8 weeks and a gap analysis undertaken. Staffing effectively deployed to meet current individual needs. Within this additional provision there was a focus upon basic skills in Literacy and Numeracy; targeted intervention for pupils identified as ‘Vulnerable’ to support pupils’ self-esteem and confidence to enable them to be more effective learnersas well as targeted intervention for pupils with poor attendance. Booster classes before and after school were used for children in KS2 to target identified learning needs in phonics, maths and literacy. Where children are particularly able in certain areas, separate sessions provided additional challenge. The effectiveness of all these interventions was reviewed every 8 weeks.
Wider Ops and Music Tuition Instrumental tuition for Year 4 pupils, together with identified individual tuition for Year 5 & 6 pupils to enable them to learn a musical instrument. Payments to Associate Board Exams
Breakfast club costs and resources for clubs + staff overtime. Targeted provision to enable all pupils to access pre-school and after school provision.
Maths resources Targeted intervention and purchase of additional resources including Abacus and Numicon systems to raise standards in mathematics.
Running costs for mini bus All pupils transported to events / activities to enhance their learning.
Subsidy for residential trips – FSM All pupils able to access the Year 5 & Year 6 residentials. No pupils were disadvantaged.
Total Allocated & spent £139,138

Detail of spending for the year April 2012 – March 2013
How was the allocation spent? Outline of targeted intervention /activities
Staffing costs Targeted intervention for pupils in KS1 and KS2 to narrow the gap; focus upon basic skills in Literacy and Numeracy; target intervention for pupils identified as ‘Vulnerable’ to support pupils’ self-esteem and confidence to enable them to be more effective learners; targeted intervention for pupils with poor attendance;
Wider Ops and Music Tuition Instrumental tuition for Year 4 pupils, together with identified individual tuition for Year 5 & 6 pupils to enable them to learn a musical instrument.
Breakfast club costs and resources for clubs + staff overtime. Targeted provision to enable all pupils to access pre-school and after school provision.
Reading books and resources Targeted intervention to raise standards in reading. End of Year progress and attainment data analysis evidence that pupils eligible for FSM and LAC are making good progress at the same rate as their peers
Running costs for mini bus All pupils will be able to transported to events / activities to enhance their learning.
Subsidy for residential trips – FSM All pupils were able to access the Year 5 & Year 6 residential. No pupil will be disadvantaged.
Total Allocated & spent £93,007

Detail of spending for the Year April 2011 – March 2012
How was the allocation spent? Outline of targeted intervention / activities
Staffing Costs Targeted intervention for pupils in KS1 and KS2 to narrow the gap, focussing on basic skills in Literacy and Numeracy; targeted intervention for pupils identified as ‘Vulnerable’ to support pupils’ self-esteem and confidence to enable them to be more effective learners; targeted intervention for pupils with poor attendance.
Wider Ops and Music Tuition Instrumental tuition for Year 4 pupils, together with identified individual tuition for Year 5 & 6 pupils to enable them to learn a musical instrument.
Extra-curricula costs for breakfast club and after school provision, including resources and staffing costs. Targeted provision to enable all pupils to access pre-school and after school provision, impacting positively on attendance and learning outcomes.
Reading books and resources Targeted intervention to raise standards in reading. End of Year progress and attainment data analysis evidence that pupils eligible for FSM are making good progress at the same rate as their peers.
Subsidy for residential trips. All pupils were able to access the Year 5 & Year 6 residential. No pupil was disadvantaged.
Purchase of Mini-Bus The purchase of a mini-bus enabled pupils to be transported for curricula and extra-curricula activities to support their learning and individual needs.
Total Allocated & Spent £50,564
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