Pupil Premium

Strategy for Pupil Premium 2016-2017 £31,520

 

21 children Ever 6

2 children LAC

 

Description of Provision Expenditure
Focused  Tuition £4,000
Teaching assistant intervention £26,000
Extra-Curricular Participation £1,000
Booster Sessions £2,000
Resources £500
Parent Engagement £400
Staff Training (Writing, Maths & Assessment) £3,000
  Total                           £36,900

 

 

 

 

 

Review of Year 2016-2017

 

 

End of EYFS
Eligible Pupils 2/45
% of children achieving a Good Level of Development 100%

 

End of Year 1 Phonics
Eligible Pupils 1/41
% of children passing phonics check 100%

 

End of Key Stage 1
Eligible Pupils 3/44
Expected Standard in Reading 33.3%
Greater Depth Standard in Reading 33.3%
Expected Standard in Writing 66.7%
Greater Depth Standard in Writing 0%
Expected Standard in Maths 66.7%
Greater Depth Standard in Maths 0%
Combined Reading, Writing & Maths at Expected+ 0%

 

End of Key Stage 2
Eligible Pupils 7/32
Expected Standard in Reading 71%
Greater Depth Standard in Reading 29%
Expected Standard in Writing 71%
Greater Depth Standard in Writing 0%
Expected Standard in Maths 86%
Greater Depth Standard in Maths 14%
Combined Reading, Writing & Maths at Expected+ 57% (National 47%)

 

Summary of Impact and lessons learned

 

Factors having a significant impact on attainment and progress for all identified pupils.

  • High quality teaching and learning.
  • Improving attendance rates
  • Additional CPD opportunities for school staff.

 

Foundation Stage

  • Additional resources had an impact on the teaching of writing

 

Year 1 Phonics

  • Signposting to useful resources and strong parental support had a positive effect on pupil progress.

 

Key Stage 1

  • Targeted individual and class-based interventions in reading, writing, spelling and maths had a positive impact on progress for both pupils.
  • TA support

 

Key Stage 2

  • Targeted individual and class-based interventions in reading, writing, spelling and maths had a positive impact on progress for identified pupils.
  • TA support and delivery of high impact booster sessions and 1-1 tuition

Summary Information

 

School Wincham Community Primary School
Academic Year 2016-2017 Total PP Budget £31,520 Date of most recent PP review September 2017
Total Number of Pupils 289 (310 inc Nursery) Number of pupils eligible for PP/ Post LAC 23 Date of next PP review December 2017

 

 

 

 

Current Attainment (End of academic year 2016-2017)

 

Current Attainment (End of academic year 2016-2017)
Based on outcomes for 7 pupils Pupils eligible for PP Pupils not eligible for PP
% achieving in reading, writing and maths 57% 80%
Progress in reading, writing & maths (Where a score of 0 indicates in line with the average of other children from the same starting point nationally) -0.1 -0.4

 

 

 

Barriers to future attainment (for eligible PP pupils)

 

Potential barriers Desired outcomes Success Criteria
Oral language, communication and literacy skills Diminish differences for eligible pupils compared to other pupils nationally in oral language, communication and literacy To raise attainment in line with national averages for reading and writing (including spelling and grammar) by end of KS2
Maths especially reasoning skills Diminish differences for eligible pupils compared to other pupils nationally in Maths To raise attainment in line with national averages for Maths by end of KS2
Resilience and mental health/ emotional well-being To implement effective programs for mental health first aid training To improve resilience, self-confidence, mental health and emotional well-being
Parental support To raise parental engagement levels  to support accelerated progress for pupils To increase support from parents for identified pupils to support improved outcomes.
Enable pupils to access homework opportunities and additional support. To provide a homework club and opportunity for support/ challenge for curriculum work.
To enable pupils to engage in extra curricular opportunities/ school activities with cost implications Children taking up funded extra curricular opportunities as well as accessing financial support for extra curricular opportunities/ school activities with cost implications
Attendance Diminish differences for eligible pupils compared to other pupils nationally for persistent absence. 2016-2017 PP absence 95.75% To maintain and/ or reduce PA absence rate to below national levels

 

 

Pupils Eligible for Pupil Premium

Ever6 – 13

Post LAC – 0

 

Current Position:

●      Pupil premium is targeted and used effectively to promote progress

Target Position:

  1. To ensure PP funding is targeted and used effectively to promote progress.
Aim Actions Who Timescale Cost Outcomes
To ensure quality teaching for all – Diminish differences for eligible pupils compared to other pupils nationally in Maths See Maths Action Plan ER   £4058 To raise attainment in line with national averages for Maths by end of KS2
Release Maths subject lead to monitor quality of teaching & Learning and progress of PP children ER/ MB Termly £200 per day x 3 = £600
To ensure quality teaching for all – Diminish differences for eligible pupils compared to other pupils nationally in oral language, communication and literacy All teachers attend Literacy Company training (½ day mastery, ½ day planning & teaching from a text) All staff Autumn & Spring term £1250 To raise attainment in line with national averages for reading and writing (including spelling and grammar) by end of KS2
Release English subject lead to monitor quality of teaching & Learning and progress of PP children DW/ MB Termly £200 per day x 3 = £600
To implement a program of targeted support for individuals/ groups Provide 0.6 qualified teacher time to work with identified groups in order to raise standards across the school.  (NB this may mean working in small groups with PP children, or decreasing the teacher to pupil ratio in the class to allow the class teacher to more effectively support PP children) MB/ KL Begin 19/2/18 £17263 Number of pupils including those in receipt of PP meeting Expected Standard for the year group increases in line with School Improvement Plan targets
Other approaches:

Diminish differences for eligible pupils compared to other pupils nationally for persistent absence.

To monitor attendance of PP groups and act upon poor attendance working with Education Welfare Service where appropriate

 

TW   Office staff time £750

 

Improved attendance for PP children compared to previous
Other approaches:

Parental support

To raise parental engagement levels  to support accelerated progress for pupils

 

 

MB/ RC/ FD/ DW   Coordinator release time to prepare video material to support learning at home

3x full days = £600

Increased support from home with homework – reading diaries, homework completed, kit etc in school, punctuality
Enable pupils to access homework opportunities and additional support. Spring term onwards 2 x TAs £1000  
To enable pupils to engage in extra curricular opportunities/ school activities with cost implications Autumn term onwards   £5719  
To implement effective programs for mental health first aid training As LA training is available   £1000 School accessing Mental Health First Aid Training and Emotional Literacy Support Assistant Training.