Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium is an element of funding that goes into the school budget to support the raising of attainment of pupils from low income homes.  The funding is based on the number of children currently registered for Free School Meals, or who have been registered in the last 6 years and Looked After Children at the school.

Academic Year 2016-17

The value of the Pupil Premium per eligible pupil is £1320.

This equates to:-

September 2016 to March 2017       –           £29260

April 2017 to August 2017               –           £17050

- based on expected eligible pupils and assuming the Pupil Premium value remains the same at April 2017.

This is/will be used as follows:-

  • 1 to 1 and small group support
    • Teacher support
    • Teaching Assistant support
    • Learning Mentor support
  • Further reading intervention training
  • To fund delivery of intervention programmes in literacy and numeracy
  • Resources to support learning including Dynamo Maths (3 Pupil Premium licences) and Accelerated Maths (20 Pupil Premium licences)
  • Educational day visits and Residential trips
  • 5 after school boost sessions and 4 before school sessions
  • Tutor Trust- maths support for 2 pupils

Review of Pupil Premium strategy will be July 2017.

Academic Year 2015-16

The value of the Pupil Premium per eligible pupil was £1320.

This equated to £50160 allocated to St Anne’s for 2015-16. There were 38 pupils eligible.

This was used as follows:-

  • 1 to 1 and small group support
  • Further reading intervention training
  • To fund delivery of intervention programmes in literacy and numeracy
  • Resources to support learning including Dynamo Maths and Accelerated Maths licences
  • Maths boost training to support using models and images
  • Educational day visits and Residential trips
  • 7 after school boost sessions
RECORD OF SPENDING FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-16
ITEM/ PROJECT COST IMPACT
Additional teaching time allocated to pupil premium children(Deputy head, additional teacher and teaching assistants) £40, 254 Includes time allocated from additional teaching staff, deputy and TAs for teaching individuals or small groups.65% of pupils achieved expected standard in reading and writing and 61% achieved the standard in maths.(18% of children have SEN)
Purchase of Dynamo Maths Intervention and Accelerated Maths Licences £364£1, 054 Tracking of data shows good progress evident for children across year groups.2/3 children achieved the expected standard after using the ‘Dynamo Maths’ intervention.5/7 children achieved the expected standard after using ‘Accelerated Maths’
After-school and morning booster sessions from teachers, TAs, deputy headteacher and headteacher £4, 877 Allows children to have extra support for reading, writing and maths- costs reflect teaching time with TAs, teachers, deputy and headteacher.
Funding allocated to offsite and residential visits £665 Parents are financially supported to allow their children to participate and pupils have access to exciting activities. Allows school to go ahead with visits.
Pastoral care- Stone Soup £1,165 Support for children through various interventions and support groups. Allows pupils to deal with difficult issues and prevents escalations at other times. Helps resolve friendship issues and problems they may have outside school.
Staff Training £1, 781 Enhanced skills for teaching support groups using models and images. Handwriting support groups provided.
Total Spending £50, 160

 

Results- Academic Year -2015-16  

2015-16 Cohort – 7  Pupil Premium children out of a cohort of 29 – 1 child = 14% 

 

Pupil Premium Non Pupil Premium
Reading- Expected Standard 43% 64%
Reading- Higher Standard 0% 14%
Reading Progress -2.72 -2.14
Writing- Expected Standard 86% 82%
Writing- Greater Depth 14% 32%
Writing Progress 1.23 1.42
SPAG- Expected Standard 71% 82%
SPAG- Higher Standard 29% 36%
Maths- Expected Standard 71% 95%
Maths- Higher Standard 14% 9%
Maths Progress 1.09 0.24
Combined- Expected Standard 43% 55%
Combined- Higher Standard 0% 0%

Academic Year 2014-15

The value of the Pupil Premium per eligible pupil for September 2014 to March 2015 was £1300.

The value of the Pupil Premium from April 2015 to August 2015 was £1320.

This equated to £48200 allocated to St Anne’s for 2014-15.

This was used as follows:-

  • Learning Mentor (part time) to support pupils where needed
  • Internal promotion of Teaching Assistant Level 3 to support learning during the school day and 3 after school booster sessions each week
  • 1 to 1 and small group support
  • Intervention training
  • External tutors for 1 to 1 support
  • To fund delivery of intervention programmes in literacy and numeracy
  • Resources to support learning
  • Accelerated Maths programme
  • 1 to 1 Maths recovery kit
  • Aspirational Week visitors
  • Educational Day visits and Residential trips

 

Results – Academic Year 2014-15

 

2014-15 Cohort – 7  Pupil Premium children out of a cohort of 31 – 1 child = 14% Within expected progress figures – only available for 6 children – 1 child = 17%
Non Pupil Premium Pupil Premium
% of Pupils making expected progress in reading 91 83
% of Pupils making expected progress in writing 100 100
% of Pupils making expected progress in maths 100 83
% of Pupils achieving Level 4+ in reading 96 86
% of Pupils achieving Level 4+ in writing 96 100
% of Pupils achieving Level 4+ in grammar, punctuation and spelling 100 86
% of Pupils achieving Level 4+ in maths 100 86
% of Pupils achieving Level 4+ in reading, writing and maths 92 86

 

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