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Brigg Primary School – Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure 2016 – 2017

Allocation for 2016 – 2017: £157,360

Allocation

ITEM/PROJECT

OBJECTIVE

COST

OUTCOME

Pastoral Support

To provide support for vulnerable pupils and their families so they can overcome barriers which may impact on educational achievement.

£7,440.99

The pastoral support team work with 42 pupil premium children and their families. As well as tracking the progress of pupils using the Boxall Profile, school is working closely with families to ensure that children are as successful as they can be.

TA Support

To provide targeted intervention and additional classroom support.

£112,136.56

Children were provided with specific, targeted intervention and in-class support. Pre-teaching sessions took place to build confidence. TA’s led catch-up groups to address misconceptions and close gaps.

1:1 support

To support pupil in accessing a personalised curriculum

£17,200

Identified child remained in school and a successful application for an EHCP was made.

Forest School Provision

To provide training for identified staff.

To provide regular Forest School sessions for targeted pupils to build confidence and self-esteem and overcome barriers which may impact on educational achievement.

£4,290.15

 

28 pupils attend regular Forest School sessions throughout the year. Boxall Profile assessments show an improvement in the relevant strands.

Boosters

To raise standards at the end of Key Stage Two by reducing the size of afternoon booster sessions in Year Six.

£3,128.97

Progress scores for Pupil Premium pupils at the end of KS2 increased with the same or better progress scores as all pupils.

Assessment resources

To improve the accuracy of teacher assessment and the tracking of pupils

£2,700

Assessment cycle established throughout the school with NFER Suite 2 testing in Year 3 to Year 5 in Autumn and Summer terms

School Trips

To facilitate engagement in, and enjoyment of, learning outside of school.

£2,000

Termly trips to support learning planned in each year group.

A third of Pupil Premium pupils in Year Six attended the  PGL residential in September 2017

Academic Planners

To raise the profile of homework and home reading across the school.

£1,165.50

The percentage of pupils regularly reading at home 3 times a week has increased from 34% to 70%.

Revision Guides

To support Year Six pupils in their preparation for the end of Key Stage Two SATs

£600

All children completed set homework and accessed revision guides to support learning

Music Peripatetic Lessons

To encourage musical interest and enjoyment. To develop music skills and confidence.

£120

X1 Pupil Premium pupil attended weekly violin lessons

Alternative Provision – ACT FAST

To support the needs emotional needs of an identified pupil and overcome barriers which were impacting on educational achievement

£1,615

X1 Pupil Premium pupil attended alternative provision one day a week for two terms. As a result the number of periods of exclusion (internal and external) reduced and the pupil successfully completed the end of Key Stage Two SATs

Staff Training:

Attachment

Big Maths

Phonics

To further develop quality first teaching.

To raise academic attainment.

To increase staff understanding of possible barriers to educational achievement.

£2,000

Progress scores for Pupil Premium pupils at the end of KS2 increased with the same or better progress scores as all pupils.

Educational Resources (including Abacus Mathematics resources)

To address gaps in pupil’s learning.

To facilitate learning for all.

£3,000

 

Total Expenditure

 

£157,397.17

 

 

 

Performance Analysis of PPG and the end of KS2

2016/17

 

 

School  2017

( 14 pupils)

NA 2017

(all pupils)

 

% of pupils who achieved the expected standard in R W M

43%

61%

% of pupils who achieved the expected standard in reading

50%

71%

% of pupils who achieved the expected standard in writing

93%

76%

% of pupils who achieved the expected standard in maths

57%

75%

% of pupils who achieved the expected standard in spelling, punctuation and grammar.

79%

77%

 

 

 

% of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in R W M

0%

9%

% of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in reading

7%

25%

% of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in writing

7%

18%

% of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in maths

29%

23%

% of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in spelling, punctuation and grammar

21%

31%

 

 

 

Average scaled score in reading

99

104

Average scaled score in maths

103

104

Average scaled score in SPAG

104

106

 

Average progress score in reading

-3.00

0

Average progress score in writing

1.73

0

Average progress score in maths

0.21

0

 

 

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