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Pupil Premium 2014/15

Pupil Premium 2015 - 2016

Silverdale Primary School - Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure

Report to Governors and Parents – 2015 - 2016

Aims

At Silverdale Primary Academy we have high aspirations and ambitions for all children and believe in a culture of excellence for all. We strongly believe that a child’s thirst for knowledge, commitment and dedication to learning that makes the difference between success and failure. We are determined to ensure that all of our children are given every chance to realise their full potential. Pupil premium funding represents a significant proportion of our budget and this document outlines how we will ensure it is spent to maximum effect.

Background

The pupil premium is a government initiative that targets extra money at pupils from deprived backgrounds. Research shows that pupils from deprived backgrounds underachieve compared to their non-deprived peers. The premium is provided to enable these pupils to be supported to reach their potential.

The Government has used pupils entitled to free school meals (FSM), looked after children and service children as indicators of deprivation, and have provided a fixed amount of money for schools per pupil based on the number of pupils registered for FSM over a rolling six year period. This fixed amount of money is expected to increase every year for the course of this current Parliament. At Silverdale Primary Academy we will be using the indicator of those eligible for FSM as well as identified vulnerable groups as our target children to ‘close the gap’ regarding attainment. Recently, a change in Government terminology now see this group of children named ‘disadvantaged’ in Raise on Line.

Context

When making decisions about using pupil premium funding it is important to consider the context of the school and the subsequent challenges faced. Common barriers for FSM children can be less support at home, poor acquisition of language and development of communication skills, lack of confidence, more frequent behaviour difficulties, and attendance and punctuality issues. There may also be complex family situations that prevent children from flourishing. The challenges are varied and there is no “one size fits all”.

By following the key principles below, we believe we can maximise the impact of our pupil premium spending.

Building Belief

We will provide a culture where:

  • staff believe in ALL children succeeding

  • there are “no excuses” made for underperformance

  • staff adopt a “solution-focused” approach to overcoming barriers

  • staff support all children to towards learning through a mastery curriculum

    Identification of Pupils

    We will ensure that:

  • ALL teaching staff and support staff are involved in the analysis of data and identification of pupils

  • ALL staff are aware of who pupil premium children are

  • ALL pupil premium children benefit from the funding, not just those who are Underperforming

  • Underachievement at all levels is targeted (not just lower attaining pupils)

  • Children’s individual needs are considered carefully so that we provide support for those children who could be doing “even better if…..”

     

Objectives For Pupil Premium In This School

  • The Pupil Premium will be used to provide additional educational support to improve the progress and to raise the standard of achievement for these pupils

  • The funding will be used to narrow and close the gap between the achievement of these pupils and their peers

  • As far as its powers allow, the school will use the additional funding to address any underlying inequalities between children eligible for Pupil Premium and others

  • We will ensure that the additional funding reaches the pupils who need it most and that it makes a significant impact on their education and lives

  • The Head teacher and governing body have agreed a policy for Pupil Premium to guide the use of funds and to ensure that it represents value for money

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received 2015-16

Total number of pupils on roll

156

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

56

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1300

Total amount of PPG received

£73920

Performance of disadvantaged pupils in receipt of PPG – End of KS2 results

Standards and Progress

2014

2015

% of pupils making expected progress in Reading (KS2)

% of pupils making better than expected progress in Reading (KS2)

83%

33%

100%

50%

% of pupils making expected progress in Writing (KS2)

% of pupils making better than expected progress in Writing (KS2)

100%

17%

100%

30%

% of pupils making expected progress in Maths (KS2)

% of pupils making better than expected progress in Maths (KS2)

83%

33%

100%

50%

KS1 to KS2 overall value added for disadvantaged group

Reading 100.4

Writing 98.4

Mathematics 99.5

Overall 99.4

Reading 100.7

Writing 100.3

Mathematics 102

Overall 101.2

APS achieved in Reading, writing and Maths overall for disadvantaged group

27.5

29.3

Year 6 progress of Pupil Premium children 2016

Reading

KS2 Outcome

 

 

PKS2

WT

EXS

GD

Number achieving expected progress+

% achieving expected progress

Number achieving more than expected progress

% achieving more than expected progress

KS1 Result

W

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

1

 

 

1

100%

 

 

2C

 

1

1

 

2

100%

1

50%

2B

 

 

6

 

6

100%

 

 

2A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

1

 

1

100%

 

 

Writing

KS2 Outcome

10/10

88%

1/10

10%

PKS2

WT

EXS

GD

 

 

 

KS1 Result

W

 

 

 

 

Number achieving expected progress+

% achieving expected progress

Number achieving more than expected progress

% achieving more than expected progress

1

 

1

1

 

2

100%

1

50%

2C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2B

 

2

5

1

6

75%

1

13%

2A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maths

KS2 Outcome

8/10

80%

2/10

20%

PKS2

WT

EXS

GD

 

 

 

KS1 Result

W

 

 

 

 

Number achieving expected progress

% achieving expected progress

Number achieving more than expected progress

% achieving more than expected progress

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2C

 

 

2

 

2

100%

2

100%

2B

 

 

7

 

7

100%

 

 

2A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

1

 

1

100%

 

 

 

 

 

10/10

100%

2/10

20%

Reading

COHORT (24)

PP (11)

EXS

19 (79%)

9(82%)

GD

2 (8%)

2 (18%)

Writing

COHORT (24)

PP (11)

EXS

19(79%)

8(72%)

GD

4 (16%)

2 (18%)

Maths

COHORT (24)

PP (11)

EXS

22 (92%)

11(100%)

GD

2 (8%)

1 (9%)

Performance of disadvantaged pupils in receipt of PPG 2016 – Across the school

Year Group

Whole School

Disadvantaged

School

Disadvantaged National (2015)

Other National (2015)

Year 1

Phonics Check


88%


71% (14% per child)


66%


80%

Key Stage 1

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

 

85%

75%

75%

 

78% (11% per child)

66%

55%

 

 

Objective

Focus Priority Area

Person Responsible

Cost

Evaluation

Impact

To ensure at least expected progress for PP children across the school

One to one coaching and Feedback

Headteacher

15 mins per day per teacher5

Data

Year 6 data shows 100% expected progress for PP children in R, M and 80% in Writing

To ensure 5/7 PP children and 2/2 PP children meet the required standard for Phonics

Quality First Teaching in Phonics

One to one Phonics interventions

Rachel Nevins-Stanford

Deputy Head

Interventions R-Y2 1:1

Ruth Miskin package

TOTAL £10878

Frequent assessments

RWI consultancy observations

Phonics screen results

5/7 PP met the standard in Year 1

2/2 met the standard in Year 2

To support the learning of PP children at risk of not achieving ARE

Interventions in Reading, Writing and Maths

Senior Leaders

£3000

Monitoring

Pupil progress meetings

ARONAARE plans

See whole school achievement report

To ensure that SEND children make progress in identified areas

One to One Precision Teaching for SEND PPG children

Simon Davies

Part time TA for whole year

Regular monitoring

Half termly assessments

Assessments support accelerated progress

To ensure aspirational targets are met for PP children in Y6

Additional full time Teacher in Year 6

Full time teacher

cost of average teacher

Half Termly Pupil Progress Meetings

Lesson Observations

Year 6 PPG gap closing data

Y6 PP children outperformed all children in R and M and were in line in W

Additional part time TA in Y6

TA in the afternoon

 

To ensure PP children at risk of exclusion is educated

1:1 bespoke Outreach programmes including home educating

Simon Davies

Inspire

TOTAL £2306

Reduced exclusion rates

Pupil now attending special school

1:1 support worker top-up funding

Headteacher

£3771

Improved rates of progress

To improve attendance of PP children so that it is in line with all pupils

Attendance consultancy

Ruth Barlow

TOTAL £2496

Improving trend in attendance

PP pupils attendance was 1% lower than the whole school

To support vulnerable pupils through Early Help to keep them safe

Family Liaison Worker- engaging vulnerable families

Ruth Barlow

£10052

Reduced safeguarding incidents

Improved behaviour incidents

Improved rates of progress

14 families on Early Help resulted in reduced Safeguarding incidents

To reduce amounts of lates for PP children

Breakfast Club to improve persistent late

Ruth Barlow

£910

Improve lates

See attendance data

Ensure 100% of PP children attend residential in Year 5

Educational Visits including residential

Headteacher

Various trips and residentials

TOTAL £818

Inclusive

100% attendance achieved

Educate Senior leaders on value for money from Pupil Premium Grant

Pupil Premium Conference/Training/Travel

Senior Leaders

£500

Full inset day

INSET materials

Training attended, Whole school INSET follow up- as a result staff now aware of pupils and identifying pupil needs

To support confidence of PP children and reduce behaviour incidents

Drama Therapist

RB

£1800

Behaviour reports

See behaviour incident file

Ensure standards are above national averages at the end of Y2 and Y6

Booster sessions for Y2 and Y6

AHT & HT

CH,RNS,SD

Data

Standards at both Year 2 and Year 6 are above nationa 2016

Identify PP pupils learning attributes and feelings about school to provide greater support

PASS Survey

FLO

£160

PASS Survey analysis

Survey completed- analysis to be used to identify next steps for PP children 2016-17

 

Total Cost:

 

£69935.11

 

 

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received 2016-17

Total number of pupils on roll (Rec-Y6)

141

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

41

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1320

Total amount of PPG received

£54120

Impact of PPG Spending

The school will evaluate the impact on each pupil half termly. Evaluation will focus on academic gains, improved attendance, punctuality and how pupils self –confidence has developed as a consequence of the intervention. We will judge progress made in reading, writing and maths as a result of intervention and how confidently children are applying these skills across all areas of their learning.

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