Pupil Premium Grant 2016-17
|Number of pupils and pupil premium grant received|
|Number of pupils on roll||411|
|Number of pupils eligible for PPG||228|
|Amount received per pupil||£1,320|
|Total amount of PPG allocated||£300,960|
Performance of disadvantaged pupils KS2
(pupils who are eligible for FSM, now or at any time in the last 6 years, and looked after children)
|2016 (All)||2016 (PP)|
|% of disadvantaged pupils reaching expected standard in Reading.||39%||38%|
|% of disadvantaged pupils reaching expected standard in Writing.||65%||63%|
|% of disadvantaged pupils reaching expected standard in Maths.||55%||58%|
|% of disadvantaged pupils reaching expected standard in GAPS.||52%||57%|
Summary of PPG spending 2016-17
|Assistant Head Teachers support teaching and learning and create RAP plans to improve attainment for pupils.|
|Teachers and teaching assistants plan and deliver group tuition to help pupils reach their full potential in English and Maths.|
|Pastoral team and EAL teacher work with teachers and teaching assistants to support and improve pupils’ self-esteem, well-being and enjoyment of learning.|
|Expert tutors and coaches for sport, music, languages and art provide new experiences and raise aspiration for pupils.|
|Educational visits are made accessible for all pupils, providing new and challenging experiences, including residential visits.|
|After-school activities and lunchtime clubs extend and enhance children’s experiences, increase their confidence and give them the opportunity to shine.|
|Visits from artists, authors, musicians and actors provide more “wow” factors in the curriculum and show pupils what is possible.|
|School uniform items provided to support inclusion and pupil well-being.|
|Breakfast club provides a good start to the day for pupils so that can take advantage of their lessons.|
The adult to pupil ratio is increased so that pupils can benefit from high quality and timely feedback. 1:10 in Y6 and Y2. 1:15 in other year groups. Additional support from AHT for Inclusion along with Early Years SENCO and additional teacher 2.5 days per week in Y1.
|Outcomes of PPG 2016|
Pupils receive a range of experiences to increase their confidence and resilience. A wide range of pastoral support helps to reduce barriers to learning. Learning experiences are tailored to individual needs and pupils are clear about what they need to do to improve their work.
Pupils’ self-esteem is improved and their aspirations are raised by contact with a variety of people in different roles and contexts.
Pupils enjoy being at school. They develop a love of learning for the future.
Pupils’ progress and attainment is improved diminishing the difference, so that more pupils are able to reach the expected standard.