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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium

In April 2011, the government introduced additional funding for all pupils entitled to Free School Meals (Pupil Premium). This gives schools extra funding to close attainment gaps for Pupil Premium pupils from Reception to Year 6.

For 2016 – 2017 schools will receive:

  • £1320 per pupil of primary-school age registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years
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Pupil Premium Funding at Park Walk

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) entitlement

Number of pupils on roll (Reception to Year 6)

203

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

96

Amount of PPG entitlement per pupil

£1320

Total amount of PPG entitlement

£126,720

 

Pupil Premium funding changes each year due to the amount of pupils registered as entitled to free school meals.  


Park Walk’s Pupil Premium

Targets 2016 – 2017:

- To raise attainment for PP group in the following areas:

- Pupils achieving expected standards in reading by the end of KS1

- Pupils achieving greater depth in maths by the end of KS1

- Pupils achieving expected standard and greater depth in writing by the end of

  KS2

- Pupils achieving greater depth in maths by the end of KS2

 

Offer 2016 - 2017:

Park Walk’s PP Offer

Objective

Description

Total Cost

Outcome

Teaching and Learning

To further improve the quality of teaching across the school

Staff training and CPD sessions – internal

 

Specialist Training – external

Power of Reading - £1500

 

Other training and resourcing - £1000

Raise the current levels of quality first teaching across the school to at least 50% outstanding

Additional Staffing

To provide targeted intervention and booster sessions

Support teachers working across the school to support English and Maths 

 

TA support in class during English and Maths

 

Targeted Interventions in each year group – link to needs of the pupils in each class

Senior Leaders Allocation = £30,000

 

Additional Teaching Staff Allocation = £43,000

 

Teaching Assistant Allocation = £15,000

Rates of progress for PP pupils are at least in line with non PP pupils

 

PP pupils attainment is at least in line with non PP pupils, as well as being in line with National and RBKC comparison

 

PP pupils achieve standards of greater depth, in line with non PP pupils

Engagement of Pupils

To provide  a range of opportunities for PP pupils and enable all PP pupils to access learning opportunities outside the classroom, educational visits and enrichment activities

Breakfast Club

 

After School Clubs

 

Subsidising cost of trips

£5000

Increase the % of PP pupils attending after school clubs

 

100% PP pupils attending educational visits

Attendance

To implement strategies addressing the attendance gap between PP and non PP pupils

IN TO WIN initiative

 

Rewards and Prizes

 

Attendance Officer

Staffing - £17,000

 

Resourcing - £3,000

PP pupils % of attendance in line with non PP

Pupil Well Being

To ensure PP pupils have emotional and social support

Teaching Assistant support for:

  • Social Skills
  • Behaviour

 

School Based Social Worker

Senior Leaders Allocation = £18,000

 

Teaching Assistant Allocation = £7000

Early intervention is in place for PP pupils each week and evaluation shows the positive impact on pupils

Total Spent = £140,500                    PPG remaining = NIL                    School Budget Spent = £13,780

 

Summary of Attainment and Progress of Pupil Premium Group - 2015 – 2016

 

Early Years Foundation Stage – End of Reception:

 

Park Walk

Local Authority – RBKC

National

Good Level of Development (GLD)

 

72%

66%

69%

100% of pupils on our Pupil Premium register in Reception achieved ‘Good Level of Development’ (GLD).

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening:

 

Park Walk

Local Authority – RBKC

National

Phonics Screening Test - Pass

97%

87%

81%

 

93% of pupils on our Pupil Premium register in Year 1 passed the Phonics Screening Test (this accounts for one pupil not passing the test).

 

KS1

Pupil Premium Achievement - 10 children in cohort of 29

 

2016 - PP

Expected Standard

2016 – NON PP

Expected Standard

Difference

2016 - PP

Greater Depth

 

2016 – NON PP

Greater Depth

 

Difference

Reading

70%

84%

-14%

20%

21%

-1%

Writing

80%

79%

+1%

20%

21%

-1%

Maths

80%

79%

+1%

10%

37%

-27%

During 2015 and 2016 Park Walk diminished the difference between the PP group and all other pupils for writing and maths - pupils reaching expected standards at the end of KS1.

See targets and key areas for PP offer for 2016 – 2017 above.

KS2

Pupil Premium Achievement - 18 children in cohort of 30

 

2016 - PP

Expected Standard

2016 – NON PP

Expected Standard

Diff.

2016 - PP

Greater Depth

2016 – NON PP

Greater Depth

Diff.

2016 - PP

Progress Made *

2016 – NON PP

Progress Made *

Diff.

Reading

78%

67%

+11%

11%

8%

+3%

0.1

-3.3

+3.2

Writing

44%

83%

-39%

0%

0%

=

-5.4

-4.0

-1.4

Maths

83%

83%

=

17%

25%

-8%

-0.3

-1.0

+0.7

During 2015 and 2016 Park Walk diminished the difference between the PP group and all other pupils for reading and maths - pupils reaching expected standards at the end of KS1.

See targets and key areas for PP offer for 2016 – 2017 above.

* Progress Made = progress a pupil has made from the end of KS1 (Year 2) to the end of KS2 (Year 6) – this is measured against other children nationally, who achieved the same standard in the KS1 SATs (in 2001) against equal set criteria to gain + or – points. These are added up for the whole class to give an average.