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Snaith Primary School

Pupil Premium Funding Review 2018/19

Pupil Premium Funding Review 2018-19

Impact and Statutory Data

PUPIL PREMIUM BUDGET

Pupil premium is additional funding for schools to support them in raising the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities and to diminish the difference between them and their peers.

For 2018/19 the Government have allocated £1320 per pupil for deprivation, £300 per pupil for service children and £1900 per pupil for post looked after children.

Total Funding 2018/19 

£47,080

 

£43,560 financial year 2018-19

Number on Roll

346 inc. nursery

Number of Pupil Premium children

12.7% (36 children)

 

Attendance data 2018-19

 

Attendance

Persistent absence

(missing 10% or more)

Pupil Premium    

95.1%

10.8%  (4 children)

Non-pupil Premium

96.8%

3.8%

All children  

96.6%

4.6%

 

Nb. Some children who are PP are also SEND including medical need – this accounts for a substantial part of the PP persistent absence

Statutory Data  - statistically insignificant

 

School Pupil Premium Data 2019

All Children Nationally 2019

GLD

Non-registered

71.8%

Y1 Phonics

(4 children)

75%

81.9%

Y2 Phonics

2 children

50%

91.4%

End of KS1

Exp +

 

(1 child did not attain expected)

R-74.9%  (62.1% nat. disad.)

W-69.2%  (54.9% nat. disad.)

M – 75.6% (62.5% nat disad)

RWM 64.9% (50.1% nat disad)

End of KS2

(8 children)

R – 62.5%

W – 75%

M – 62.5%

GPS -62.5%

RWM  - 50%

R – 73.1% (62% nat disad)

W- 78.5% (67.8%nat disad)

M – 78.6% (67.4% nat disad )

GPS  – 78% (67.4% nat disad)

RWM – 64.8% (51.4% nat disad)

 

In house data

Y1

Reading

Writing

Maths

 

 

End of Y1

(47 children)

Expected +

Exceeding

Expected +

Exceeding

Expected +

Exceeding

42/47

89%

 

14/47

30%

39/47

83%

12/47

26%

42/47

89%

12/47

26%

(4 children)

Pupil Premium

FSM

3/4

75%

1/4

       25%

3/4

75%

1/4

       25%

3/4

75%

1/4

       25%

 

Y3

Reading

Writing

Maths

 

End of Y3

44 children

Expected +

Exceeding

Expected +

Exceeding

Expected +

Exceeding

37/44

84%

15/44

34%

33/44

75%

13/44

30%

37/44

84%

12/44

27%

(8 children)

Pupil Premium

FSM

8/8

100%

4/8

50%

5/8

62.5%

4/8

50%

7/8

87.5%

4/8

50%

 

Y4

Reading

Writing

Maths

End of Y4

45 children

 

 

Expected +

Exceeding

Expected +

Exceeding

Expected +

Exceeding

41/45

91%

 

16/45

36%

39/45

87%

11/45

24%

40/45

89%

18/45

40%

(4 children)

Pupil Premium

FSM

4/4

100%

2/4

50%

3/4

75%

0

4/4

100%

0

 

Y5

Reading

Writing

Maths

End of year 5

49 children

Expected +

Exceeding

Expected +

Exceeding

Expected +

Exceeding

37/49

76%

 

16/49

33%

32/49

65%

14/49

29%

39/49

80%

11/49

22%

(10 children 4  of which are SEND 3 of which have EHCP)

Pupil Premium

FSM

4/10

40%

1/10

10%

4/10

40%

1/10

10%

4/10

40%

2/10

20%

 

 

 

 

Impact

Aims

Action

Cost (Rounded)

Impact 

To support specific pupils with their emotional and welfare needs including social integration with peers.

1:1 support in class

1:1 welfare support sessions delivered by a nominated adult

Outside agency support.

Nurture group

Training for key staff 

Lunchtime clubs

£15,000

Children feeling more settled and emotional lay secure. For some children this has led to improved attendance. Overall children having their emotional needs met has enabled them to engage more readily with learning.

Curriculum enhancement

For children to be able to access curriculum enhancing opportunities in order to widen and build aspirations as well as self-confidence.

Financial support for participation in:

Educational visits,

Young leader programmes,

Music tuition

Clubs.

Activities

£1,500

Throughout the year all pupil premium children have had the opportunity to participate in   enhanced curriculum experiences leading to increased self-confidence and aspiration.

To improve attainment and progress through regular attendance.

Careful monitoring by school administrator and head teacher.

Phone calls, meetings and letters to parents.

Work with outside medical support teams for specific individuals where medical need affects attendance.

Provision of work and resources for children when not in school.

£1,500

In most cases where persistent absence was a concern – there has been a reduction. Where this is not the case there are other circumstances which are affecting factors – mainly children multiple disadvantage – attending medical appointments or absent through medical condition.   

To improve the quality of basic skills literacy skills through specific intervention programmes outlined below.

 

Children involved in these programmes have demonstrated substantial progress from respective starting points.

Basic skill development - Beat Dyslexia

 

Beat Dyslexia programme

1:1 daily intervention by designated adult  

£2,040

Improvement in spelling scores.

Improvement in applied spelling in work

To improve basic writing skills.

Read Write Ink – additional support.

Write Away Together, Small group TA supported work

Specific spelling interventions.

Handwriting support strategies.

 

£4,830

Improved sentence construction. Improved composition and effect clearly evident.

 

To improve reading fluency in order to develop more specific and detailed responses for reading comprehension

 

1:1 reading support

Increased phonic based reading material for EYFS and Y1.

Catch up Literacy Programme Y3-6

Reading clubs

£7,030

Significant increase in children’s enthusiasm for reading and in their reading fluency, especially at KS1. Children on specific literacy programmes show substantial increase in reading age score – from baseline score.

To improve knowledge, proficiency and basic skills in Maths. 

Rock star Times table Challenge.

1:1 support – specific intervention programmes, including for GT children.

In class support.

Challenge clubs (including some digital media)

 

 £11,000

Proficiency levels increased (strategy scores)

Skills applied to reasoning and wider Maths challenges such as Fractions and ratio.

To develop confidence with digital media in order to build skills of independence and self-reliance for increased independent learning. 

Clubs

Digital Media Projects

Digital resources and programmes

 

£6,500

 Children are now able to access programmes and media to enhance their learning, now and for in the future.

To provide aspirational challenge for all children and especially those of higher prior attainment. 

Range of opportunities for academic challenge within school and working with other schools and the world of work,

such as STEM

RAF projects

Local council projects

timetable challenges

art competitions

£2,000

Children have opportunity to be part of community events and council projects. They have been inspired by a Science fortnight – which invited people from the world of work to share their application of Science in their line of work.

This has generally raised children’s aspirations.