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Pupil Premium Funding

Pupil Premium Strategy Report 2016-17

Academic Year

2016-17

No eligible for PP

9

Date of recent Review

March 2016 EVA

No of pupils

46

Total Budget

9x1320

Date of next internal review

October 2016

 

Current attainment

 

No of eligible pupils 3

No of non-eligible pupils 7

Attaining National standard in Mathematics

33%

86%

Attaining National standard in

Reading

33%

86%

Attaining National standard in

Writing

33%

100%

Attaining National standard in SPaG

33%

100%

School Average

56%

National average

53%

Progress measures

Whole cohort

Normal Range

Barriers to future attainment

1 Development of inference and knowledge of vocabulary in reading

2 Speed in recalling mental maths

3 Achievement in spelling at ARE

External Barriers

1 Poor support at home/home learning environment

2 Lack of resilience/poor self esteem

Desired outcomes

Success criteria

Attainment in Reading is above national

Pupils have good understanding of inference

Pupils have a wide vocabulary

Parent support contributes significant improvements

Attainment in Spelling improves rapidly

Pupils spell high percentage of common words correctly

Parent support contributes significant improvements

 

 

Attainment in mental maths improves rapidly

Pupils have rapid recall of times tables and number bonds

 Parent support contributes significant improvements

 

 

Planned expenditure

Quality teaching for all year groups

 

Desired outcome

Chosen approach

Evidence and rationale

Quality of implementation and staff lead

Review

Ability to use inference in reading improves

 

 

Reciprocal Reading Strategy

Well-known approach with record of school improvement

Staff training in place

 

Ildi Gibson Staff have been trained

English leader has modelled approach and school will use lesson study to refine practise

Review termly through

Monitoring Cycle

School Improvement Committee reports

Data points

Targeted support

Desired outcome

Chosen approach

Evidence and rationale

Quality of implementation and Staff lead

Review

Speed of recall in mental maths improves

TA led daily support sessions

Numicon programme

Memory games

Regular short  sessions to build confidence and aid memory

Karen Nicholson

Review half termly

Parent Meetings

School Improvement Committee reports

Data points

Speed of recall in mental maths improves

Parent partnership

Use of technology

Home school planners

Pupils who have support from parents perform well at end of key stage.

Jamie Thomas

Review half termly

Parent Meetings

School Improvement Committee reports

Data points

Other approaches

Desired outcome

Chosen approach

Evidence and rationale

Quality of implementation and staff lead

Review

Vulnerable pupils are able to access mastery learning in mathematics

Peer to peer support

EEF shows that moderate progress can be made if the strategy is sustained and developed.

Current pupil voice in school is very positive.

Developed by leadership team.

Pupils support used throughout a problem based or mastery task.

Staff work with colleagues form other schools who use the approach

 Termly by pupil voice and analysis of tasks. Project to be developed over time.

Mathematics is developed through innovative and engaging approaches

Project through Maths Hub on outdoor learning in mathematics to understand how outdoor learning contributes to progress

Cluster schools engaged in outdoor learning have found that pupils make good progress. The school has access to high quality environments both on site and very close to the school.

Outdoor learning lead to have good quality training and work with local schools.

Termly data and pupil/staff voice with particular regard to vulnerable pupils to include SEN and other vulnerabilities.

 

Total Budgeted Cost

 

Quality teaching

£3000.00

Targeted support

£1500.00

Other approaches

£2000.00

Other costs e.g cover and training

£300.00

 

Snainton CE Primary School Pupil Premium Report 2015-2016

School Lead Ruth Wackett Headteacher

Objective: to close the achievement gap in Mathematics and English by accelerating the rate of progress for pupils in all year groups

Actions toward objective

The school completed a Pupil Premium Review in February 2016. Actions completed were

  • Developing a policy which clearly states our aims and actions
  • Review of barriers to learning
  • Map of links to SEN and other areas of vulnerability
  • Effectiveness and timing of interventions. The school provides Reading Intervention, Read write Inc, Talk Boost and Shine Mathematics
  • Review of EEF Toolkit to ensure value for money
  • Review of progress and strategy to move pupils to ARE

Resources

The school received £18,900

Number of pupils entitled to Free School Meals 15. Number of looked after children 0%. Number of children in service families 0%

The school leadership believe that high quality teaching is the most effective use of the funding to improve outcomes for pupils and therefore funding is targeted in this area. In addition to this we have provided the following

Resource/approach

Pupils involved

Cost

Impact

Clicker 6 Writing programme

6

£400

See progress in writing below.

Assessment system

All

£1,500

School has targeted gaps for pupils resulting in progress seen below

Rising Stars SPaG resource

All

£2000

See progress in SPaG below

Read Write Inc Spelling

All

£400

See progress in SPaG below

Subsidising school visits

All

£1000

 

Training in SPaG and Reading

All

£1,500

The school has reacted swiftly to need for more rapid progress in these areas. See progress table below

 

Percentage back on track to meet or exceed expectations in progress. Expected (Good)

Year Group

No of pupils

Reading

Maths

Writing

SPaG

1

0

-

-

-

-

2

1+2E6

100(66)

100(100)

100(100)

100(66)

3

1

100(100)

100(100)

100(100)

100(100)

4

3

66(0)

66(66)

66(0)

66(0)

5

1+1E6

50(0)

50(50)

50(50)

50(50)

6

1+1E6

100(50)

50(50)

100(100)

100(100)

Future Actions

To ensure all pupils achieve at least expected progress and at least 50% achieve good

To ensure all pupils reach age related expectations by increasingly early intervention

To ensure that the level of challenge for pupils in receipt of FSM funding is raised across the school supported by a good understanding of each pupil’s needs.

To ensure self and peer assessment is highly effective in raising standards for pupils in receipt of FSM funding.

To work towards improving parent partnerships in home learning from early years onwards.

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