PUPIL PREMIUM

     In 2016-17  academic year the school  received £129,548  in Pupil Premium Funding.

In 2016-17 the school spent these funds on the following,
  • Additional LSA support to deliver specific academic and social interventions individually or within small groups.
  • Additional LSA support to provide diagnostic speech and language screening across the whole of EYFS.  Provision of follow up interventions.
  • Additional LSA support within every classroom.
  • Lunchtime provision to support children with social and emotional needs.
  • Employment of a part time Parent Support Worker to provide additional support for our families.
  • Employment of a full time dedicated teaching assistant within our Nursery to support language development through play.
  • Provision of a wide range of free after school clubs.
  • A wide range of educational visits and curriculum enrichment opportunities.
    
Impact Academic Year 2016/17
    
    End of KS1 Data
  • The gap between pupil premium children working at or above their age-related expectation narrowed from 15% to 2% in reading, and from 17% to 14% in writing.
  • 100% of Pupil Premium children without special education needs were working at or above age related expectations in reading.
  • 93%  of Pupil Premium children without special education needs were working at or above age related expectations in writing.     
  • 87% of Pupil Premium children without special education needs were working at or above age related expectations in maths.

    Year 1 phonics data
  • The gap between pupil premium children and non-pupil premium children that passed the phonics screening narrowed from 16% to 1%.
     
    Curriculum 
  • All children, regardless of their economic situation, access a wide range of educational visits and enrichment opportunities to inspire, engage and contextualise learning.  A high level of enjoyment has a positive impact on pupil engagement.
  • 87% of our pupil premium children attend one or more free after school clubs each week.
    
 
Dr Tom Lewis is our Pupil Premium governor.
 

 In 2015-16 the school  received £127,867  in Pupil Premium Funding.

In 2015-16 the school spent these funds on the following,
  • Additional LSA support to deliver specific academic and social interventions or within small group.
  • Additional LSA support within every classroom.
  • We  employ a part time Parent Support Worker to provide additional support for our families.
  • We employ a full time dedicated Teaching Assistant within our Nursery to support language development through play.
 Impact
 
83% of non SEN KS1 children receiving pupil premium are working at or above their age-related expectations in reading and writing.
 
88% of non SEN KS1 children receiving pupil premium are working at or above their age related expectations in Maths.

 
 
Dr Tom Lewis is our Pupil Premium governor.