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Pupil Premium Information Sept 2017

 

Background

The Pupil Premium is allocated to schools for children of statutory school age from low-income families who are known to be eligible for free school meals (FSM), to children who have been on the looked after register continuously for more than six months and to children whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces.

 

From 2013 this also included pupils eligible for FSM at any point in the last six years (known as the Ever 6 FSM measure).

 

Schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium as they see fit. However they are held accountable for how they have used the additional funding to support pupils from low-income families. Since September 2012 schools have been required to publish information online about how they had used the Premium. This ensures that parents and others are made fully aware of the attainment of pupils covered by the Premium and the extra support that they receive.

 

The strategy is reviewed annually in Autumn.

 

Proposed use of Pupil Premium 2017- 2018

 

Number of Pupil Premium Children: 10

 

This year we will receive a total of £13,200 for Pupil Premium. We propose to spend this on small group and individual tuition, as well as targeted learning resources which will support specific children.

 

The main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at Chevening St. Botolph’s are very difficult to quantify because each child’s situation is unique. However, we are aware that an unusually high proportion of our Pupil Premium children also have Special Educational Needs and this means we need to consider the strategies we use carefully. We also need to be aware that this comorbidity tends to skew our data. 

 

We will measure impact of the strategy through governor monitoring, pupil progress meetings and pupil achievement. This strategy will be reviewed in Autumn 2018.

 

Our overriding aim is to level the playing field and minimize disadvantage and we do this through individual assessment of circumstances.

 

Our target for July 2018 is that every Pupil Premium Child, who does not have additional special educational needs, will be working at age-expected level or above and all Pupil Premium Children, including those with SEN will have made at least good progress.

 

Details as follows:-

 

Activities selected

What this does

Targeted pupils

Increased SENCo Time

Extra support with individualized learning plans for SEN children with PP. Support for TA’s running interventions including additional training in English and Maths support.

 

All year groups

Learning Mentoring Support

Individual 1:1 sessions with highly qualified teacher to identify progress and next steps, set targets and provide personalized intervention on tricky areas in English, Maths and Learning techniques.

 

KS2

Booster Classes

Support for year 4, 5 and 6 in maths.

Year 4, 5 and 6

Toe by Toe

This is a scheme designed to support KS2 children with reading and spelling problems. Children work one to one following a structured programme.

Years 4, 5 and 6

Nessy

Reading and Spelling intervention program for children with difficulties in these areas such as dyslexia

All Year groups

Focused Literacy resources

Purchase of magazines/books and kindles which nurture reading

All year groups

School trips

Targeted pupils offered a subsidy to attend school residential trips.

Years 5 and 6

Counselling

Counselling can provide children with challenges in their lives an opportunity for talk therapy which in turn enables them to focus better in their learning.

All children

Before School Reading Club

Language and Reading Support

Year 3, 4, 5 and 6

Transport / Uniform

Enable Pupil Premium children to attend school regularly, punctually and in full school uniform in order to encourage a sense of belonging, expectations of high standards in all areas and ultimately raise self-esteem and facilitate better progress and attainment.

All children as required.

 

 

 

Use of Pupil Premium 2016-2017

 

Number of Pupil Premium Children:11

 

In 2016-17 we received a total of £14,520 for Pupil Premium. Our 2017 results were encouraging and showed that:-

 

  Reading GPS Maths R/W/M

% working at or

above Expected

PP 73%

Non-SEN PP 100%

(National All 71%)

PP 64%

Non-SEN PP 100%

(National All 77%)

PP 64%

Non-SEN PP 86%

(National All 75%)

PP 55%

Non-SEN PP 86%

(National All 61%)

% working above

Expected

PP 36%

Non-SEN PP 57%

(National All 25%)

PP 27%

Non-SEN PP 43%

(National All 31%)

PP 36%

Non-SEN PP 57%

(National All 23%)

PP 27%

Non-SEN PP 43%

(National All 9%)

 

In year 6 we achieved an average scaled score of 106.2 (National All 104.7);

 

Reading 109 (National All 104)

GPS 107 (National All 106)

Maths 103 (National All 104)

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