Pupil Premium 2015/16

£93,260

School Context
There were 415 pupils on roll and 59 pupils receiving the Pupil Premium grant. (14%)

Progress data has been reviewed and in each year group in reading, writing and maths our Pupil Premium children, in the vast majority of year groups, made an increased rate of progress when compared with non Pupil Premium.
In classes where this was not the case the classes almost always had children who were statemented and were also Pupil Premium. With these children progress was slower.
We were able to continue to fund a third group in maths for all year groups in Key Stage 2. These were led by an experienced teacher in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6. To enable this to happen, we appointed an additional teacher to take maths lessons in Years 3 and 4 for four days a week. We also have additional support in Key Stage 1 addressing our most vulnerable children. The following activities were in place last year:

Teaching Groups
  • An additional experienced teacher for maths – Years 3, 4, 5, 6 (4x wk yr 3 to 5, 5x yr 6)
  • An additional experienced teacher for English – Year 6 (5 times a week)
  • An additional teaching assistant in both Years 2 and 6 morning literacy groups – 8.30am start
  • After-school reading comprehension groups
  • Mental maths sessions – lunchtimes, including access to laptops for online maths homework
  • 1-to-1 family worker time
Miscellaneous
  • Additional TAs – an additional 25 minutes per week x 13 to target individuals
  • Transporting families to appointments
In addition to the above, we provide a wide range of interventions, to support the learning of our Pupil Premium children, as well as many others.
The interventions which we use include:
 
  • Targeted interventions for reading, spellings eg reading and spelling probe
  • Wordshark group to target reading and spelling for Years 3 and 4
  • Targeted writing conference for Year 6
  • Additional 1:1 reading sessions
  • Reciprocal reading sessions in Year 6
  • Booster morning maths group in Year 6
  • Focused morning writing groups in Year 2
  • Homework club – access to ICT facilities
  • Targeted phonics support in Year 1 and 2
  • Smaller maths groups in Key Stage 2
  • Communication group for Year R and Key Stage 1
  • Access to clubs – cookery, breakfast/after school club
  • Parental workshops led by teachers, organised by family workers eg handwriting, phonics, Brainbuilders
  • Support for social/ emotional well being led by family workers/PP Champion through social skills groups, 1:1 focused work, support from Young Carers
  • Additional groups in EY- Colourful Semantics, Gross Motor Skills, Funky Fingers, smaller focused phonics and maths groups
  • Language support across the school with the introduction of Colourful Semantics
  • Closing the gap 2015- 2016 K = SEN Support
  • Phonics screening
Year 1   2016
    School National
All pupils (60 pupils) 1 child – 1.7% 82% 81%
PP pupils (5 children –  1 EHCP & 1 K) 1 child – 20% 60% 70%
PP pupils (No SEND) 1 child – 33% 100%  
 
Attainment at KS1
Children reaching the expected standard or above
 
Year 2 Reading Writing Maths
  School National School National School National
All pupils (59) 1 child  -1.7% 66% 74% 47% 65% 69% 73%
PP pupils

 

(9 children –  2 EHCP and 1 K)

1 child – 11% 56% 78% 0% 70% 44% 77%
PP pupils

 

(No SEND)

1 child – 10% 67%   0%   50%  
 
Attainment at KS2
Children reaching the expected standard or above
 
Year 6   Reading Writing Maths
    School National School National School National
All pupils 1 child – 1.7% 64% 66% 67% 74% 76% 70%
PP pupils (16 pupils – 2 EHCP and 3 K) 1 child – 6.3% 38% 71% 50% 79% 56% 75%
PP Pupils

 

(No SEND)

I child – 9% 36%   64%   55%  

 

Progress at KS2

 

Year 6 Reading Writing Maths
  School School School
All pupils -0.61 -0.52 1.29
PP pupils (16 pupils – 2 EHCP and 3 K) -3.29 -0.9 -0.66
PP Pupils

 

(No SEND)

-4.08 -1.2 -1.6

 

Years 1 – 6 Progress Data 2015-2016

 

  Reading Writing Maths
  PP pupils Non PP pupils PP pupils Non PP pupils PP pupils Non PP pupils
Year 1 1.34 1.2 1.62 0.99 1.58 0.69
Year 2 3.08 2.0 2.21 3.01 4.36 3.55
Year 3 4.44 2.91 5.28 4.66 5.48 4.95
Year 4 3.15 2.55 4.72 4.86 6.62 5.33
Year 5 5.49 6.53 6.44 6.66 4.43 4.34
Year 6 5.65 6.2 4.64 4.64 5.05 4.9

 

Number of pupil premium children in each year group

 

  EY Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6
number
4 4 8 9 9 10 15
percentage
7% 7% 13% 15% 15% 18% 26%
  • 20 children out of the 59 are listed as SEND (34% of PP)
  • 8 out of the 20 SEND have a Statement of Special Educational Needs/EHCP
  • 12 out of the 20 SEND have SEN Support
  • 15 of the PP children did not start in Reception (25%)