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Brigg Primary School – Pupil Premium

Brigg Primary School - Pupil Premium 2015/16

Estimated funding - £162000 

 

Brigg Primary School – Pupil Premium 2014-2015

We are in receipt of £137 800 of pupil premium funding.  The funding is being used to support and enrich the quality of pupils’ learning in the following ways:

Teacher support (1-1 and group support)  - £89764

TA support - £23545

Nurture Groups - £3760

Coaching - £3800

Counselling - £4500

Drum Therapy - £3800

Trips - £1500

Resources - £10000

 

Total: £140669

 

Attainment for Pupil Premium Pupils 2014/15  (end of Summer 2015)

Y1

95% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in Reading.

84% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in Writing

85% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in Maths.

85% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in SPAG.

 

Y3

50% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in Reading.

55% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in Writing

50% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in Maths.

22% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in SPAG.

 

Y4

82% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in Reading.

38% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in Writing

57% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in Maths.

19% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in SPAG.

 

Y5

54% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in Reading.

36% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in Writing

36% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in Maths.

18% of Pupil Premium pupils are judged as ‘developing/secure’ in SPAG.

 

Y6

94% of Pupil Premium pupils made 2 levels of progress (from KS1 results) in Reading.  88% Level 4 and 19% Level 5

88% of Pupil Premium pupils made 2 levels of progress (from KS1 results) in Writing 67% Level 4 and 13% Level 5

88% of Pupil Premium pupils made 2 levels of progress (from KS1 results) in Maths.  67% Level 4 and 13% Level 5

67% of Pupil Premium pupils achieved combined Level 4 and 6% combined Level 5

 

 

 

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2013 / 2014 Pupil Premium Information

 

Attainment for Pupil Premium Pupils 2013/14

 

End of Summer 2014

Y1

83% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Reading.

83% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Writing

94% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Maths.

Y2

100% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Reading.

100% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Writing

100% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Maths.

Y3

79% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Reading.

79% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Writing

86% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Maths.

Y4

90% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Reading.

75% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Writing

90% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Maths.

Y5

63% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Reading.

62% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Writing

73% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Maths.

Y6

86% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Reading.

72% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Writing

86% of Pupil Premium pupils are on track against Age Related Expectations in Maths.

FSM children achieving the combined level 4 at end of KS2 = 71%

 

We received funding for 108 pupils (£97200) which is 30% of the whole school (excluding Nursery).

The funding was used to support and enrich the quality of pupils’ learning in the following ways:

1.     Additional teacher support specifically linked to individual and group work.   £44977

2.     Teaching Assistant support specifically linked to reading, writing and numeracy.   £23545

3.     ICT provision of mobile devices (ipads, ipods, netbooks etc) which enhances learning.   £7500

4.     Development of the outdoor areas to promote active learning.   £4200

5.     Nurture groups.  £3760

6.     Coaching.  £3800

7.     Counselling.  £4500

8.     Drum therapy.  £3800

9.     Financial support for residential / educational visits.  £1100

10. Resources £1500

£98732  total