Pupil Premium Report

Pupil Premium is a Government initiative designed to narrow the attainment gap between economically disadvantaged pupils and their more advantaged peers. The additional funding is allocated to the school to provide support for children from low income families to ensure they make good progress and achieve the expected attainment.

Pupils entitled to Pupil Premium can claim a discount on many activities such as cycling proficiency, music tuition, school trips.

2012-13

Ss Alban & Stephen Junior School received £21,600

This was used to:

  • Subsidise the cost of school clubs for eligible pupils
  • Subsidise the cost of school journey for eligible pupils in Year 6
    Provide targeted interventions such counselling, mentoring, art therapy, for identified children at risk of falling behind in their learning.
  • Provide targeted 1:1 and small group tuition for identified pupils in maths and/or literacy.

2013-14

Ss Alban & Stephen Junior School were allocated £27,637

This being used to

  • Subsidise the cost of school clubs for eligible pupils
  • Subsidise the cost of school journey and trips for eligible pupils
  • Provide targeted interventions such as counselling, mentoring, art therapy for identified children at risk of falling behind in their learning.
  • Provide targeted 1:1 support and small group tuition for identified pupils in Maths and /or Literacy.
  • Provide clubs free of charge such as philosophy to develop thinking, reasoning and discussion.
  • Provide more funded opportunities for more able children.

Pupil Premium outcomes

Based on 8 pupils entitled to pupil premium funding in Year 6 in 2013, progress rates for this group improved in all areas compared to 2012. This group made better progress than their group nationally and better progress than non- pupil premium pupils nationally. The attainment of pupil premium pupils in the school exceeded non-premium pupils nationally in all areas. The ‘in school’ attainment gap has narrowed significantly.

2014 – 15

Ss Alban and Stephen Junior School were allocated £37,700

This was used to provide targeted interventions such as

  • 1:1 tuition in English and Maths
  • Small group interventions in English and Maths
  • Level 6 Boosters
  • More Able Maths provision for Years 3 and 4
  • Subsidised Music Lesson lessons
  • Counselling and Mentoring sessions for identified children
  • Protective Behaviour course
  • Cycling Proficiency
  • Targeted learning support across classes
  • External Consultancy to support behaviour
  • Access to extra curricular clubs
  • Funding to access external pastoral support services

Pupil Premium Outcomes

Based on the 8 pupils entitled to Pupil Premium Funding in Year 6 2014, progress rates for this group were:

  • Significantly above other Pupil Premium children in Reading and were significantly above Non Pupil Premium pupils.
  • In Line with National Expectation in Writing compared to other Pupil Premium children and were slightly above Non Pupil Premium children for Writing.
  • Broadly in line with National Expectation in Maths compared to other Pupil Premium children and broadly in line with Non Pupil Premium children for Maths.

Based on the 8 pupils entitled to Pupil Premium Funding in Year 6 2014, attainment for this group were:

    • 100% achieved Level 4 in Reading Writing English Spelling Punctuation and Grammar.
    • 88% achieved Level 4 in Maths
    • 75% achieved a Level 5 in Reading
    • 25% achieved a Level 5 in Writing
    • 63% achieved a Level 5 in English Spelling Puntuation and Grammar
    • 50% achieved a Level 5 in Maths

The attainment of pupil premium pupils in the school is in line  non- pupil premium pupils nationally in all areas at Level 4 and Level 5 .

 

Pupil Premium Report 2015 – 16

 

Total Number of Children on Roll

(April 2016)

238
Number of Children eligible for FSM

(Keys to Success Website)

26 (Current figs 21

5 children left the school in July 15

and are based on the January 15 census)

Total amount of Pupil Premium Received

 

£34,000

Money is allocated in tranches through the year

30 June 2015

30 September 2015

29 December 2015

31 March 2016

 

 

Pupil Premium funding comes directly into school and is based on the number of children registered as eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) at the moment and in the past six years.

 

It should be noted that not all children eligible for FSM are low attaining or making poor progress. We had to consider how to support the learning of some high attaining children in addition to those who had barriers to learning.

 

Resource Impact Group Spend Outcome
 

Now Press Play

 

All children on PPG Register

 

 

 

Deeper understanding of class topics through a multi-sensory approach to learning

 

 

Access to after school clubs

 

 

All

 

An appreciation of cooking, cheer leading and art by developing independence, discipline and enjoyment

 

 

 

 

Year 6 1:1 Tuition for English and Maths

 

 

Year 6

 

To narrow the gap in  Writing  between PPG children and Non PPG children

 

 

 

 

Staff Training – Maths (Oct Staff Mtg)

 

 

 

 

All children identified on the PPG register

 

To deepen children’s understanding of how to apply their learning to become fluent mathematicians

(see results of identified group)

 

 

 

Mentoring  and Counselling

 

 

A variety of children who were identified as needing emotional support

 

 

Develop children’s emotional and psychological resilience.

 

I Support Behaviour

 

 

Support the behaviour of an identified child with ADHD + Autism

 

 

Encouraged the child to address and take responsibility for psychological and emotional problems they were struggling to understand

 

 

Provide targeted interventions and catch up programmes across the curriculum children who are falling behind (delivered by a mixture of TAs & teachers- ave 24hrs p.w. TA @ £8 p.h and 14 hrs p.w. teacher @ £30 p.h)

 

 

 

 

Identified children on the PPG register

 

Narrowing of the gap between the identified vulnerable group and the rest of the cohort

 

(see Spring 16 results)

 

Provide subsidized peripatetic music lessons (brass, violin, woodwind)

 

Parents of children who access PPG requested support

 

Develop the children’s appreciation of learning of a musical instrument to further their learning

 

 

Cost of assessment for dyslexia

 

 

1 x PPG child who appears to have needs in this area that need to be diagnosed to aid his progress

 

One to one teaching assistant for identified PPG child with SEN

(Extra hours 3 afternoons a week April-July)

 

 

Identified child with access to PPG

 

Child will remain safe and able to access the curriculum.  Behaviour will not impact on the rest of the class.

 

Purchase of Table Tennis Table and Hockey Equipment for after school provision

 

 

All children on the PPG register who wish to access the club

 

Develop children’s sporting skills and development

 

Purchase of new Netball posts for all children to access on PPG register

 

 

All children on the PPG register who wish to access the club

 

Develop children’s sporting ability and to develop the importance of team work

 

 Performance of Pupils Eligible for Free School Meals

Summer Term Data 2016

Year Group No PPG

Chn

% of Cohort Difference between FSM and Non FSM
Reading Writing Maths Average
3 5 8.3 -0.4 -0.3 -0.2 -0.3
4 6 9.8 0.0 +0.3 +0.1 0.2
5 5 7.0 -1.2 -1.5 -1.3 -1.3
6 5 8.7 N/A Progress measures not available

 

  All Children Pupils Eligible for Pupil Premium Pupils Not Eligible for Pupil Premium
 

2015 SATs

% of children achieving end of Key Stage 2  age related expectations

8 Pupil Premium Children – Raise on Line Data

 

Reading = 100%

(National Other Pupils = 89%)

 

2+ Levels of Progress = 100%

 

 

 

Reading = 100%

(National Other Pupils = 83%)

 

2+ Levels of Progress = 100%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading = 100%

(National Other Pupils = 92%)

 

2+ Levels of Progress = 100%

Writing = 92%

(National Other Pupil = 87%

 

2+ Levels of Progress = 98%

    Writing = 100%

(National Other Pupils = 79%)

 

2+ Levels of Progress = 100%

Writing = 96%

(National Other Pupils = 90%)

 

2+ Levels of Progress = 98%

 

Maths = 96%

(National Other Pupils = 87%)

 

2+ Levels of Progress = 95%

 

 

Maths = 88%

(National Other Pupils = 80%)

 

2+ Levels of Progress = 96%

 

Maths = 98%

(National Other Pupils = 90%)

 

2+ Levels of Progress = 95%

 

Future Plans

Subscription to First News and National Geographic for Kids

Purchase of individual iPads

Payment for children to access after school clubs and peripatetic music tuition

1:1 tuition for children in Year 3 4 and 5

Purchase of Reading materials for all identified children to create a library specifically for PPG children

Reading material for Guided Reading sessions

Academic trips to writing and maths workshops

 

Saint Alban & Saint Stephen Catholic Junior School

 

Pupil Premium Report

 

2016 – 17

 

Total Number of Children on Roll

(April 2016)

238
Number of Children eligible for FSM

(Keys to Success Website)

21

 

Total amount of Pupil Premium Received

 

£29,000

 

 

 

Pupil Premium funding comes directly into school and is based on the number of children registered as eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) at the moment and in the past six years.

 

It should be noted that not all children eligible for FSM are low attaining or making poor progress. We had to consider how to support the learning of some high attaining children in addition to those who had barriers to learning.

 

Resource Impact Group Spend Outcome
 

Now Press Play

 

All children on PPG Register

 

 

 

Deeper understanding of class topics through a multi-sensory approach to learning

 

 

Access to after school clubs and payment for School Journey

 

 

All

   

An appreciation of cooking, cheer leading and art by developing independence, discipline and enjoyment

 

 

 

 

1:1 Tuition for English Years 3 to 6

 

 

Year 3 to 6

   

To narrow the gap in  Writing  between PPG children and Non PPG children

 

 

Staff Training – Writing – Jan 16

 

 

 

 

All children identified on the PPG register

   

To deepen children’s understanding of how to apply their learning to become creative writers

(see results of identified group)

 

 

Provide subsidised peripatetic music lessons (brass, violin, woodwind)

 

Parents of children who access PPG requested support

   

Develop the children’s appreciation of learning of a musical instrument to further their learning

 

 

Cost of assessment for dyslexia

 

     

2 x PPG child who appears to have needs in this area that need to be diagnosed to aid his progress

 

One to one teaching assistant for identified PPG child with SEN

(Extra hours 3 afternoons a week)

 

 

Identified child with access to PPG

   

Child will remain safe and able to access the curriculum.  Behaviour will not impact on the rest of the class

 

Pupil Premium 2011-12

2012-13

Pupil Premium 2013

Pupil Premium 2014-15

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