Pupil Premium Pupil Premium (PP) Funding: Meeting the educational needs of potentially disadvantaged children.
Pupil Premium profile at start of Academic Year 2016-2017:
|EYFS||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4||Year 5||Year 6||Total|
Outline of purpose of funding:
Our purpose in allocating the Pupil Premium Grant is to narrow the gap between children who are disadvantaged, including those who qualify for Free School Meals, or children who are 'looked after'.
In spending the Pupil Premium, we have 2 main objectives:
Responsibility and actions:
How the funding impacts on the provision for learning:
Income £62, 040 from April 2016-17 (see provision mapping for expenditure).
For April 2017-18 the available funding is £67,000 (plus £6,500 brought forward). The higher amount of funding is due to an increase in children entitled to free school meals.PP Mapping 2016-2017 - Academic
PP+ Funding (for Children Looked After by the Local Authority) is spent on each individual child as their needs dictate.
|Article||Impact||Targeted Pupils||Cost||No. of Pupils||Outcome|
|Pupil Premium Co-ordinator||Management and delivery of targeted interventions and support||All Pupil Premium children||£8,077||52||Targeted group sessions to raise attainment, 80% of targets for autumn 1 achieved.|
|Learning Mentor Support||Focus on removing barriers to learning with 1-1 support for vulnerable and disadvantaged pupils||Whole School||£7,000||1||Pupil has settled well in new year group with 1-1 support, working towards completing tasks independently.|
|Learning Assistants||Providing quality learning assistants to increase progress in small group interventions and within the class environment.||Whole School||52||Pupils support in progression towards reaching their potential. Pupils working towards 60% SECURE.|
|Dedicated EAL Specialist Support||Specialist support for under-achieving EAL pupils through 1-1 intervention and small groups||Whole School||£500||7||Improvements in letter sounds and identifying colours and actions|
|Inclusion keyworkers||To provide additional support for pupils with social/emotional/physical needs.||Whole School||£6,000||5||Pupils supported for social/emotional and physical needs to access the curriculum.|
|Speech & Language sessions||Delivery of 1-1 speech and language sessions for identified pupils addressing speech delay, difficulties with sound production and social communication.||9 pupils||8 hours LA time||9||Pupils are progressing at a good pace through individual S&L programs to reach targets. Review termly with external therapist.|
|Speech & Language resources||Dictaphone recorders to enhance S&L program.||2 pupils||£60||2||Pupils' progress has increased and are more confident.|
|Art Therapist||Art therapy sessions for identified pupils with social/emotional/physical needs||Whole School||£4,750||3||Pupils are supported emotionally/socially through art sessions.|
|Jump Ahead||Morning sessions to support pupils with fine and gross motor skill development.||Years 1-6||8 hours LA time||8||Pupils are being monitored by the team.`|
|Residential Trips||Enabling Pupil Premium children to attend Year 3/4 Residential trip to develop social skills.
Attending the Year 6 residential to develop social skills in readiness for transition to secondary school.
Year 3/4 Pupil Premium Pupils
Year 6 Pupil Premium Pupils
|Educational Visits||Enabling Pupil Premium children to attend educational trips where they might not be able to attend.||Whole School||52||PP Pupils able to attend trips.|
|Music Lessons||Enabling Pupil Premium children to learn an instrument, to help build self-esteem and confidence.||Whole School||£194.70||2||Pupils able to express themselves through music and build self-esteem.|
|Mastery Folder for Spellings||Addressing gaps in spelling high frequency words||Year 1/2
|2 hours LA time
5 hours LA time
|Average of 11 new words learnt over a term||Numbers Count||Addressing the gap in numeracy attainment between disadvantaged pupils and their peers.||Year 3||8 hours "Numbers Count" teacher||2||Pupils are working towards fluency of set targets|
|Phonics Support||Daily sessions for Phonics phase 3-5||Year 1/2||5 hours LA time and Teacher||9||100% of pupils are on tract to pass phonics screening in Summer 2017.|
|Writing 'Boot Camp'||Addressing the gap in writing attainment between disadvantaged pupils and their peers||Year 6||2 hours Teacher||3||3 pupils on track for 100% secure in reading and writing by Summer 2017.|
Review and evaluation: To ensure that all of our Pupil Premium eligible pupils at St Mary's Catholic Primary School are able to access their full potential, the above spending and interventions will be reviewed termly with teachers, support staff and other agencies with whom we work.
Evaluating and analysing attainment and progress will enable us to push each pupil to their potential and to ensure that any gaps are addressed in a timely and effective manner.
To apply for Free School Meals and/or Pupil Premium please fill in the FSM Application Form (link below in downloads box) and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or click the following link to fill in the form online : https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/education-children-and-families/schools-and-colleges/free-school-meals/free-school-meals-online-application/