|Total number of pupils on roll||95|
|Total number of pupils eligible for PPG||6|
|Amount of PPG received per pupil||£1320|
|Total amount of PPG received||£7920|
The majority of our expenditure continues to be spent on additional staffing: teaching assistants working in classrooms. This enables us to ensure that most classes across the school have a full-time support assistant alongside the class teacher for the majority of the school week. Additionally this also enables us to deliver a range of small-group tuition sessions and specific intervention programmes which ensure all groups of pupils i.e. SEND, More Able and Talented and FSM receive appropriate targeted support.
To supplement this work we also provide a range of enrichment activities to further engage and support children in their learning; particularly during ‘Creative Week.’
PPG spending: 2015- 2016
The main areas are listed below:
– Reception: Early Intervention Support for Key Motor Skills and Handwriting
– Key Stage 1 (Y1 and Y2): Phonics and Reading Intervention Programmes and Additional Classroom Support
– Key Stage 2 (Y3 and Y4): Reading Comprehension, Writing and Mathematics Intervention Programmes and Additional Classroom Support
– Key Stage 2 (Y5 and Y6): Reading Comprehension, Writing and Mathematics Intervention Programmes and Additional Classroom Support
– Whole School: Enrichment Programmes to engage pupils in their learning and develop their self-confidence. Enrichment programmes are planned together with the class teacher to extend the children’s learning in a particular subject.
Pupil Premium Grant 2014-2015
In the academic year 2014-15, we received additional government funding totalling £6,100.
This money was used as follows:
- Subsidising Breakfast Club and Tea Club.
- Additional 1:1 support within school.
Measuring the impact of PPG spending 2014-2015
The school evaluates the progress of each pupil at the end of every term. The targeted intervention, using the above staff, towards pupils entitled to Pupil Premium is making an impact.
Reception: In 2015 86.7% of all pupils achieved a Good Level of Development. 100% of disadvantaged pupils achieved a Good Level of Development.
Year 1: 77% of pupils passed the Phonics screening check.
KS1 SAT’s Level 2b+: Reading 84.6%, Writing 84.6% and Maths 92.3%
KS2 SAT’s Level 4+: Reading 100%, Writing 93%, Maths 93%, Grammar, Spelling and Puctuation 71.4%
- 50% of pupils entitiled to Pupil Premium made expected or better than expected progress in reading, with 33% just below expected.
- 17 % of pupils entitled to Pupil Premium made expected or better than expected progress in writing.
- 17% of pupils entitled to Pupil Premium made expected or better than expected progress in mathematics.
- 17% of pupils entitled to Pupil Premium are working at Age Related Expectations or above in reading, writing and mathematics.
Pupils also have access to more small group interventions and are enjoying a range of experiences beyond what school provides through the curriculum.