Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure - Current Financial Year (2016/17)

 

Pupil premium grant (PPG) received £127,420

 Number of pupils 

  94

  2016/17 objectives

  • Raising standards in Year 6 in reading, writing and mathematics.
  • Increasing the number of pupils achieving ‘expected standard’ and ‘greater depth’ in Y2 with a particular focus on reading, writing and maths.
  • Increasing the number of pupils achieving the expected standard in the Y1 phonics check.
  • Increasing the number of pupils working at age related expectations in FS2, Y1, Y2, Y3, Y4 and Y5 for reading, writing and maths.
  • Ensure that all children are achieving in line with their peers.

 2016/17 spending plan

  • Part-time Learning Mentor support for individual pupils and groups of pupils (whole year)
  • Special Needs and Disability Coordinator an additional day a week (whole year)
  • Additional intervention TA support across KS2 five afternoons a week to provide small group reading for children working below age related expectations (whole year)
  • Additional intervention TA support across KS2 two afternoons a week to provide small group maths for children working below age related expectations (whole year)
  • Additional intervention TA support in FS2 (whole year).
  • Additional intervention TA support in Years 1 and 2.
  • Additional part-time teacher to work in Year 6 two days a week with a specific focus on pupils entitled to PPG (whole year).
  • Additional TA support in Year 1 5 x mornings a week October ‘16 – April ‘17
  • Emotional/behavioural/social support for individual pupils
  • Individualised specialist support for targeted children
  • Additional TA support in KS2 classes one afternoon each week for teaching and learning of science (whole year)
  • Additional part-time teacher two days a week to run small group tuition in the afternoons (whole year)
  • One to one tuition in Key Stage Two with a focus on maths, reading and writing (whole year)
  • Easter holiday tuition for Year 6 targeted pupils in maths and reading 2017.
  • Purchase 'bands' for whole school focus on reading through 'Reading Karate'.
  • Purchase of 'badges' for whole school focus on mental maths through the '99 Club'. 
  • Additional midday supervisors to support pupils and help to develop positive social skills on the playground (whole year)
  • Breakfast club to ensure pupils arrive at school ready to learn (whole year)
  • Additional TA support in Year 6 mornings only Sept ’16-April ‘17
  • Autism Champion support Sept ’16-April’17

 

Year Group Progress Data for 2016/17

 (pupils eligible for free school meals or in local authority care for at least 6 months)

 

 
 
 
 

Average progress

Sept-Dec‘16

 

FS2

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Reading

1.8 

 1.8

 1.8

1.5 

 1.8

1.4 

1.5 

Writing

 2.0

 2.3

 1.8

 1.2

 1.8

 1.4

 1.5

Maths

 2.8

 2.1

 1.9

 1.2

 1.9

 1.2

 1.9

 

Expected progress per half term = 1 point