Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium Grant


The Pupil Premium Grant allocated to children from low-income families who are currently known to be eligible for Free School Meals and children who have been in care or ‘looked after’ continuously for more than 6 months.  It is also allocated to children whose parents serve in the armed forces.

Schools are free to spend Pupil Premium according to their specific needs, however, we will be held accountable for how we have used the additional funding to support pupils eligible for the PPG.  We are required to publish online information identifying the impact of the grant. 

We aim for all children to achieve their potential and to eliminate barriers to learning. IN order to do this, we ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all of our children and that appropriate provision is put in place for those who require additional support.

 

Pupil Premium 2018-19  Funding received:  £62,040

Initiative

Purpose

Cost

Success Criteria

Pupils

Impact

Maths Intervention

To decrease any gaps in maths learning/understanding.

£4 000

Higher % of pupils working ‘at expected’.

Children in Year 4, 5, 6.

Gaps in learning minimised.

Pre-teaching

To support children to understand new vocabulary/concepts.

10 teaching assistants are partly funded by the Pupil Premium to provide pre-teaching interventions. £11 000

Tracking meetings indicate any learning gaps are decreased.

All year groups.

Gaps between school and national closed/ minimised.

 

Post-teaching

To support children who require additional help to understand learning in any particular lesson.

As above.

£10 000

Learning gaps minimised.

All year groups.

Support for More Able pupils

Additional challenges provided to extend/deepen learning.

As above.

£10 000

Higher % of pupils working at ‘greater depth’.

All year groups.

School is on an upward trajectory towards National % however this remains a key focus.

Emotional Literacy Support Assistant

To support individual children requiring social/emotional support. 

1 ELSA providing support for 4 afternoons every week.

£8 000

 

Cost of Educational Psychologist’s supervision & networking with other HSLWs.

£134

Impact of intervention (measured pre and post provision) indicates an improvement in every child’s emotional wellbeing.

Children from

Year 2 – 6.

A highly valued and effective intervention with target pupils managing their emotions and actions in a more positive way.

School Mini Bus

To provide transport for school trips and sporting fixtures/events.

Maintenance costs, fuel costs, cost mini bus drivers (£10 per hour).

£3 500

Children are motivated learners, enjoying first hand experiences.

All year groups.

Every year group enjoyed a range of educational visits, widening pupils’ experiences.  Pupil engagement in learning remained positive.

Home School Link Worker

To support families through early intervention (attendance, safeguarding), organisation of workshops, liaison with Eikon, signposting to other agencies.

2.5 days per week.

£14 000

Improved attendance, parents gain confidence in their ability to support their children.

All year groups.

Early intervention supports families.  Attendance has shown improvement when families engage with the HSLW.

Provision of equipment, uniform, costs of school trips.

Equal opportunities for all children.

Variable as per need.

Children are motivated learners.

All year groups.

No child disadvantaged in any way.

High levels of engagement in learning evidenced during learning walks.