Pupil Premium Funding 2017 – 2018

Pupil Premium Funding 17/18

Pupil Premium Grant:

Number of Pupils Eligible for PP Grant            

 

119 £145255

LESS £4315 SUMMER TERM ADJUSTMENT

Number of Children from Armed Service 

 

2 £600
Number of Looked After Children

 

0 £
TOTAL FUNDING £141540.00

 

Targets:

Desired Outcome Success Criteria
1.      To improve disadvantaged pupils attainment To maintain the increasing trend of value added for disadvantaged children
2.      To reduce the gap To reduce the gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers at the end of KS1 in English, Maths and Science
3.      To accelerate progress To ensure all PP children make at least good progress
4.      To develop personal skills, co-operative play, confidence and aspirations Children more confident speaking to adults, vocabulary extended and engagement in cooperative play
5.      To provide additional opportunities and enrichment of the curriculum All PP pupils attend additional learning and enrichment visits such as ‘WOW days’ and school clubs.
6.      To improve attendance To improve the attendance of PP children from 95.1% to 95.5%
7.      To improve engagement with families Family learning courses/demonstrations attendance of PP families increases by 20%. Open evening attendance improves by 10%

 

Funding Streams:

Funding Stream 1:

–          To Provide Basic Needs

Uniform, Book Bags, PE Bags, Swim Bags, Breakfast Club, Lunch, Snacks, Educational Equipment/Resources, Homework Books, Emergencies

Funding Stream 2:

–          To Reduce the Gap and Improve Disadvantaged Pupils Attainment to Accelerate Progress

Additional 1 to 1 Reading,  Reading Books/Material, Small Group Support , Writing/Reading/Phonics catch up groups, Early Intervention, Coaching, Awards/Prizes, IT Support/Resources

Funding Stream 3:

–          To Develop Personal Skills, Confidence and Aspirations

–          To Provide Additional Opportunities and Enrichment of the Curriculum

Subsidised Educational Visits, Wow Learning Opportunities, Residential Visits, Transport, Musical Instruments, Co-operative Play Opportunities, After School Clubs, After School Coaching, Gifted and Talented Opportunities, Transport, Holiday Clubs, Additional Swimming, Sporting Activities, Coaching/Personal Mentoring, Behaviour Improvement

Funding Stream 4

–          To Improve Attendance

–          To improve Family Engagement

Parent/Carer Activities, Resources for Parents/Carers, Good Attendance Initiatives/Visits/Rewards, Support for Vulnerable Families

 

 

Planned Expenditure:

Funding Stream Expenditure Allocation £
1 Uniform, PE Kit, Book/PE/Swim Bags, Breakfast Club/Lunch/Snacks, Basic Educational Equipment/Resources, Homework Books, Emergencies 4800
2 Additional teaching to support, daily 1 to 1 readers and individual children with identified needs

Additional TA staff for small group support in class and Intervention in the afternoon for EY/KS1/KS2

Booster sessions in Y6 by additional staff

76,636
Additional books/rewards to raise attainment of reluctant readers 1000
Intervention in afternoon for Maths, Additional resources/on-line homework, 1 to 1 Maths Coach for Y6 PP Pupils 1000
IT Support/Resources
3 Subsidised Educational Visits out of school 19,000
WOW Educational Experiences in school
France 2018 Visit
Equipment/Resources 1000
Co-operative Play Equipment/Resources 5000
Curriculum Coaching, Lunchtime/Afterschool & Holiday Clubs 7860
Behaviour Visits/Prizes/Awards 1000
Staff Training
4 Additional Services/Staffing 19,200
Attendance Visits/Prizes/Awards 3000
TOTAL SPEND £139,496

 

Early Years Pupil Premium Grant:

Number of Pupils Eligible for EYPP Grant            

 

5 £2115 estimate
Number of Children from Armed Service 

 

0 £
Number of Looked After Children

 

0 £
TOTAL FUNDING £2115 estimate

 

Planned Expenditure:

Funding Stream Expenditure Allocation £
Early Years Intervention Additional TA hours to focus on speech & language and reading 9,000