Pupil Premium Impact 2015 / 2016 - End of Year Report

The Pupil Premium is designed to ensure that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.  The funding is allocated to Local Authorities and schools with pupils who are eligible for free school meals (FSM), are looked after or have parents currently in the Armed Forces. 

In 2015/16 the funding allocated was £139,020 with £1716.30 allocated per child.  From April 2012 the coverage of the Premium was widened to include those eligible for FSM at any point in the last six years.

School assesses development with quantitative and qualitative data to demonstrate the overall progress of pupils captured within the free school meal group. Parents may wish to ask about the impact of specific interventions to support their child.  This could be recorded on pupils’ learning plans and reported directly to individual parents by annual report, at parents evening or review meetings.

Year Group Children eligible for funding
(initials of children provided for ease when tracking progress)
Intervention/Additional support provided

Additional TA support enabling small group work and the delivery of interventions
Orretts Meadow Outreach Language and Literacy
Specialised PE and Music from Woodchurch High
Educational Trips including Oaklands
‘Power of Reading’
New Maths resources – Abacus and ‘Mission Maths’
Subsidise Summer Sports Club
Access to WHIZZ KIDS after school provision.

Contribution
to
cost from
Pupil Premium (£)
Evidence of impact
2015-16
 

Next steps

All year groups to focus on individual pupil progress and % at Age Related Expectations in Reading, Writing and Maths combined

Working Below Working At Expected or Above Working Above
Number %
F2 10 33.3 Additional TA2    Wellcom
Mrs Tig-Tog Supply cover to release staff for Family Works
£17,163.00 50%
(Good Level of Development)
50%
(Good Level of Development)
0%
(Good Level of Development)
Reading and Writing – to engage parents through family phonics; Family Works
1 13 50.0 Maths Recovery with the Early Years Intervention Manager £22,311.90 66.7% 53.3% 6.7% Reading and Writing – to engage parents to support in the development of Phonics. Maths – basic number work, counting
2 13 46.4 Talking Maths; Mission Maths; Talking Partners; FFT; additional TA; Speech and language; Kids Excel; £22,311.90 23.1% 76.9% 0.0% Reading – Fluency and Expression, 1:1 for practice.  Writing - Extended writing, sentence structure, and vocabulary. Maths – place values,  written calcs, fractions
3 16 57.1 Talk for writing; Daily reading and handwriting; Orrett Maths; Mission Maths; Civic Award; Kids Excel £27,460.80 93.8% 6.3% 0.0% Reading –inference -Writing  - Openers, vocab to add interest and variety Maths Whole KS2 focus on fractions; development of reasoning
4 14 46.7 Additional staff = 2 teachers + TA; Mission Maths; support form SENCO; Gilbrook Outreach to support emotional and learning behaviours; Barnstondale Residential Course; Civic Award; £24,028.20 71.4% 28.6% 0.0% Reading –AF3 Inference and deduction Writing - Sentence-types and extension Maths – Whole KS2 focus on fractions; development of reasoning
5 10 43.5 Small groups-additional support; guided reading; direct phonics; Mission Maths; guided reading; Orrett Maths; Bik-a-ability; WHS; Enterprise Day; OAKLANDS Residential Course + Educational Trips; Hearing support; Gilbrook Outreach to support emotional and learning behaviours; Archbishop of York Youth Trust £17,163.00 80.0% 20.0% 0% Reading –basic retrieval skills, vocabulary and meaning, a love of Reading. Writing – Grammar and the use of standard English Maths Whole KS2 focus on fractions; development of reasoning
6 13 59.1 Orretts English; Targeted Maths Interventions 2 classes of 16/17; WHS science Club. Specialist PE and Music to support Y6-Y7 transition OAKLANDS Residential + Educational Trips e.g. trip to the Mosques £22,311.90 100% 0.0% 0.0% Reading – Comprehension skills focussing on word meaning Writing – consistent approach, grammar, composition, vocabulary, understanding genre. Maths – Whole KS2 focus on fractions; development of reasoning
Year
Group
Children eligible for funding
(initials of children provided for ease when tracking progress)
Intervention/Additional support provided
Additional TA support enabling small group work and the delivery of interventions
Orretts Meadow Outreach Language and Literacy
Specialised PE and Music from Woodchurch High
Educational Trips including Oaklands
‘Power of Reading’
New Maths resources – Abacus and ‘Mission Maths’
Subsidise Summer Sports Club
Access to WHIZZ KIDS after school provision.
Contribution
to
cost from
Pupil Premium (£)
Evidence of impact
Summer 2014-15

Next steps

% at or above  Age Related Expectations
Average Points Progress over the year
Number %
READING WRITING MATHS
F2 11 36.6 Additional TA2 Wellcom
Mrs Tig-Tog Supply cover to release staff for Family Works
£15544.98 a 90.9% 100% 100% Transition from F2 to the Year 1 Curriculum in general.
G.L.D. 45.0%
1 12 38.7 Maths Recovery with the Early Years Intervention Manager £16958.16 a 25.0% 41.7% 51.7% Reading and Maths
b +3.6 +2.8 +3.7
2 16 56.7 Talking Maths; Mission Maths; Talking Partners; FFT; additional TA; Speech and language; Kids Excel; £24024.06 a 81.3% 50.1% 87.6% Reading
b +5.9 +5.9 +6.1
3 13 46.7 Talk for writing; Daily reading and handwriting; Orrett Maths; Mission Maths; Civic Award; Kids Excel £19784.52 a 92.4% 92.4% 77.0% Reading, Writing and Maths
b +1.8 +1.8 +2.0
4 6 28.0 Additional staff = 2 teachers + TA; Mission Maths; support form SENCO; Gilbrook Outreach to support emotional and learning behaviours; Barnstondale Residential Course £9892.26 a 100% 83.4% 50.0% Reading and Maths
b +4.3 +5.3 +3.3
5 13 58.3 Small groups-additional support; guided reading; direct phonics; Mission Maths; guided reading; Orrett Maths; Bik-a-ability; Sports Ambassador training wit WHS; Enterprise Day; Barnstondale Residential Course + Educational Trips e.g. trip to the Mosques £19784.52 a 84.7% 46.7% 61.6% Reading, Writing and Maths
b 3.1 1.8 3.2
6 17 48.5 Orretts English; Targeted Maths Interventions; Hearing support; 2 classes of 16/17; WHS cience Club. Specialist PE and Music to support Y6-Y7 transition Oaklands Residential + Educational Trips e.g. trip to the Mosques £22610.88 a 68.8% 56.3% 68.8% Transition to High School
Overall APS 27.0 25.9 25.2

Pupil Premium Impact 2014 / 2015

The Pupil Premium is designed to ensure that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.  The funding is allocated to Local Authorities and schools with pupils who are eligible for free school meals (FSM), are looked after or have parents currently in the Armed Forces.

In 2014/15 the funding allocated was £128,600 with £1413.19 allocated per child. From April 2012 the coverage of the Premium was widened to include those eligible for FSM at any point in the last six years.

School assesses development with quantitative and qualitative data to demonstrate the overall progress of pupils captured within the free school meal group. Parents may wish to ask about the impact of specific interventions to support their child.  This could be recorded on pupils’ learning plans and reported directly to individual parents by annual report, at parents evening or review meetings.

Year
Group
Children eligible for funding
(initials of children provided for ease when tracking progress)
Intervention/Additional support provided
Additional TA support enabling small group work and the delivery of interventions
Orretts Meadow Outreach Language and Literacy
Specialised PE and Music from Woodchurch High
Educational Trips including Oaklands
‘Power of Reading’
New Maths resources – Abacus and ‘Mission Maths’
Subsidise Summer Sports Club
Access to WHIZZ KIDS after school provision.
Contribution
to
cost from
Pupil Premium (£)
Evidence of impact
Spring 2014-15
Next steps
On track
READING
F2–40-60 mths
KS1 – L2+
KS1 – L2b+
KS2 – L4+
KS2 – L4b+
On track
WRITING
F2–40-60 mths
KS1 – L2+
KS1 – L2b+
KS2 – L4+
KS2 – L4b+
On track
            MATHS
F2–40-60 mths
KS1 – L2+
KS1 – L2b+
KS2 – L4+
KS2 – L4b+
Number %
F2 11 36.6 Additional TA2 Wellcom
Mrs Tig-Tog Supply cover to release staff for Family Works
£15544.98 72.7% 81.8% 90.0% Reading and Writing – to engage parents through family phonics; 3 direct phonic groups.
GLD 54.5%
1 12 38.7 Maths Recovery with the Early Years Intervention Manager £16958.16 50%
33.3%
75%
50.0%
100%
50.0%
Reading – Fluency and Expression, 1:1 for practice.  Writing - Extended writing, sentence structure, and vocabulary. Maths – place values, ordering numbers – ordering, recognising, written calcs
5.9 6.4 6.5
2 17 56.7 Talking Maths; Mission Maths; Talking Partners; FFT; additional TA; Speech and language; Kids Excel; £24024.06 88.2%
58.8%
64.7%
35.3%
88.%
64.7%
Reading – AF3 inference -Writing  - Openers, vocab to add interest and variety Maths using And applying knowledge and skills
13.6 11.2 12.4
3 14 46.7 Talk for writing; Daily reading and handwriting; Orrett Maths; Mission Maths; Civic Award; Kids Excel £19784.52 92.9%
78.6%
92.9%
71.4%
50.0%
85.7%
Reading –AF3 Inference and deduction Writing - Sentence-types and extension Maths – using different written methods for 2 step problem.
18.0 17.1 16.4
4 7 28.0 Additional staff = 2 teachers + TA; Mission Maths; support form SENCO; Gilbrook Outreach to support emotional and learning behaviours; Barnstondale Residential Course £9892.26 100.0%
71.4%
71.4%
42.9%
85.7%
57.1%
Reading – articulate ideas linked to textual analysis; Fluency and expression Writing - Quantity accuracy in punc&form. Maths Using knowledge for U&A
20.7 17.9 18.1
5 14 58.3 Small groups-additional support; guided reading; direct phonics; Mission Maths; guided reading; Orrett Maths; Bik-a-ability; Sports Ambassador training wit WHS; Enterprise Day; Barnstondale Residential Course + Educational Trips e.g. trip to the Mosques £19784.52 85.7%
64.3%
71.4%
21.4%
42.9%
28.6%
Reading – Comprehension skills using the text to support and explain answers. Writing - ensure the use of ambitious vocab makes sense and has meaning. Maths – Number work; selecting mental and written methods for efficient calculations
22.9 21.0 20.4
6 16 48.5 Orretts English; Targeted Maths Interventions; Hearing support; 2 classes of 16/17; WHS cience Club. Specialist PE and Music to support Y6-Y7 transition Oaklands Residential + Educational Trips e.g. trip to the Mosques £22610.88 68.8%
56.3%
43.8%
18.8%
68.8%
37.5%
Reading – text structure & Inference and Deduction
Writing – sentence types & write with technical accuracy.
26.5 21.8 25.4

Pupil Premium Outcomes 2013 / 2014

The Pupil Premium is designed to ensure that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.  The funding is allocated to Local Authorities and schools with pupils who are eligible for free school meals (FSM), are looked after or have parents currently in the Armed Forces.  In 2013/14 the funding allocated was £85,500 with £900 allocated per child.  From April 2012 the coverage of the Premium was widened to include those eligible for FSM at any point in the last six years. School assesses development with quantitative and qualitative data to demonstrate the overall progress of pupils captured within the free school meal group. Parents may wish to ask about the impact of specific interventions to support their child.  This could be recorded on pupils’ learning plans and reported directly to individual parents by annual report, at parents evening or review meetings.

Year
Group
Children eligible for funding
(initials of children provided for ease when tracking progress)
Intervention/Additional support provided
  • Additional TA support enabling small group work and the delivery of interventions
  • Specialised PE and Music from Woodchurch High
  • Educational Trips including Oaklands
  • ‘Power of Reading’
  • Alan Peat training for the development of writing and grammar
  • New Maths resources – Abacus and ‘Mission Maths’
Contribution to cost from Pupil Premium
(£)
Evidence of impact  
% On track  
Rdg
(F2=ELG)
Wrtg
(F2=ELG)
Maths
(F2=ELG)
A.P.S.
Over 2013-14
Number %
F2 11 36.6% Additional TA; release time for teacher to deliver
Family Works and Family Phonics to parents.
Resources following a refurb incl.IT
£10,800 45.5 45.5 45.5 EYAPS = 34.5
GLD = 50.0
1 20 66.6% Additional TA;
Additional Maths support;
Direct Phonics
£18,00       6.1-9.1
3.0
3.9 2.0 3.1
2 13 44.8 Talking Maths; Talking Partners;
FFT; additional TA;
Speech and language
£11,700 84.6 76.9 92.3 11.3-16.4
5.1
5.8 5.1 4.3
3 11 39.3 Talk for writing;
Daily reading and handwriting;
Orrett Maths; Mission Maths
£9,900 100 90.9 90.9 16.7-17.8
1.0
2.0 0.6 0.6
4 3 13 Small groups-additional support;
guided reading; direct phonics;
Mission Maths
£2,700 100 100 100 16.6-21.2
4.6
5.6 4.7 3.6
5 10 41.7 Quest writing programme;
Guided reading; Orrett Maths
£9,000 80 90 100 18.0-21.9
4.0
3.1 5.0 3.8
6 6 18.8 Orretts English and Maths;
Hearing support; 2 classes of 16/17
£5,400 92% 75% 83% 23.5 - 27.8
4.3
3.0 4.3 6.0