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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Overview

 

Number of pupils on roll

324

Percentage of disadvantaged pupils

5.2%

Date of plan

September 2020 to July 2022

Interim review

July 2021

Final review

July 2022

Pupil premium funding (2020-2021)

£52,260

Measuring the impact of pupil premium spending in 2018-2019

Pupil Premium Funding September 2018 - August 2019

School received £51,960 for the year 2018 - 2019.

Qualifying Pupils: 70 Service pupils, 13 FSM or FSM Ever 6

The funding was used:

To deploy a Service pupils Co-ordinator to support the well-being, attainment and progress of all service pupils.

Allocation

Description

Outcome

Children: 70 

Allocation: £4,100 

 

Targeted social and emotional support for service children across school to enable them to maintain greater involvement in learning, ensuring rapid and sustained progress.

All progress and attainment in Y1 to Y5 is in line with their cohort.

(See tables below for Y6 progress and attainment)

 

To provide specialist Educational Psychology Preventative and reactive support to improve outcomes of our disadvantaged children.

Allocation

Description

Outcome

Children: 89 plus all staff  

Allocation: £1,200

 

Providing high quality staff CPD on social and emotional support (e.g. attachment, emotion coaching, levels of involvement)

Staff have all received highly effective CPD based on social and emotional support for our disadvantaged pupils, including: attachment, levels of involvement and building effective relationships

 

To provide social and emotional learning for a specific group of disadvantaged pupils

Allocation

Description

Outcome

Children10

Allocation: £2,000

 

Providing targeted social and emotional learning during lunchtime club for particularly vulnerable pupil with social and emotional difficulties

The vast majority of disadvantaged pupils attended a daily lunchtime club ensuring they had a successful lunchtime play and afternoon learning session

 

To provide highly effective pastoral care through: Magic room provision

Allocation

Description

Outcome

Children: 10

Allocation: £2,000

 

To effectively deploy two TAs for positive play so that outcomes for the disadvantaged are at least in line with outcomes for ALL other children nationally (through an intensive focus on pupil well-being).  

Outcomes for 10 children are broadly in line with outcomes for all other children.

Children are able to increase levels of involvement in lessons measured against Leuven’s scale of involvement

 

To deploy an additional member of staff (0.5) to support the attainment and progress of pupils in Year 5/6

Allocation

Description

Outcome

Children: 32

Allocation: £7,700

Targeted intervention by an additional teacher to increase staff to pupil ratio in Year 5 and 6

 (See tables below for Y6 progress and attainment)

 

To provide in class support or targeted intervention for PP children

Allocation

Description

Outcome

Children: 89

Allocation: £33,960

 

Teaching Assistants to provide additional in-class support and small group interventions where needed so that disadvantaged pupils have greater involvement in their learning

On the whole, children have shown greater involvement in observed lessons, when measured against Leuven’s scale of involvement

 

To fund enrichment activities for PP children

Allocation

Description

Outcome

Children: 89

Allocation: £1,000

To provide funding so that PP children can take part in all enrichment opportunities such as residential visits and musical instrument tuition

PP chn were given a range of enrichment opportunities funded through PP, including: residential visits, after school clubs and musical tuition

 

Disadvantaged pupil progress scores

 

Progress (based on a cohort of 14)

Reading

-1.43

Writing

0.26

Maths

-1.40

 

Disadvantaged pupil attainment

 

MET

Higher standard

Reading

64%

14%

Writing

93%

14%

Maths

79%

14%

RWM combined

64%

7%

 

Pupil Premium projected spend 2020-2022