Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure

2015 – 2016

 

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

 

 

Total number of pupils on roll

 

111

 

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

33

 

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1320.00

 

Total amount of PPG received

£43, 560

 

Background:

The Pupil Premium Grant was introduced in April 2011, it is an extra amount of money paid to schools to support pupils aged 4-16 from low income families who are eligible for Free School Meals (FSM), looked after children (LAC), and those from families in the armed forces. Pupils registered for FSM in the last six years are eligible (Ever 6).

 

Aim

It is intended to enable schools to ‘narrow the disadvantage gap’ by addressing inequalities in order to:

• enable children to achieve their full potential

• improve the children’s levels of attainment and progress

• close attainment gaps relative to school averages

• have full access to the whole curriculum

• access any extra-curricular provision

Principles

  • We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all the pupils

  • We ensure that appropriate provision is made for all pupils that belong to all vulnerable groups

  • We also recognise that not all children who are socially disadvantaged are registered for free school meals

  • Pupil premium funding will be allocated following assessments which will identify the most appropriate support for each child

  • We will pursue the promotion of good and outstanding progress, raising aspirations and self esteem

  • We will offer a commitment to innovation and high expectations

  • We ensure the children are supported in their learning and ensure challenge is embedded in our approach

  • We ensure good communication between school and home to ensure children are supported at every opportunity

Summary of PPG Spending 2015-2016

-To enable all Pupil Premium pupils to achieve their potential.

- To raise the attainment of Pupil Premium pupils in at risk of not attaining age related expectations.

-To engage hard to reach Pupil Premium children through access to curriculum enrichment activities.

--To raise confidence, self-esteem and aspirations of Pupil Premium pupils


Summary of Spending and actions taken:

Learning Mentor:

Protecting the funding of Learning Mentor, to provide extra support for vulnerable pupils and families.

-nurture groups raising self- esteem, confidence and aspiration addressing barriers to learning

-bespoke Early help programmes

-Parenting support

-After school clubs e.g. Choir and Reading circle

Cost of contribution to salary: £10000


Breakfast Club:

To enable pupil premium children to attend breakfast club in order for children to attend school, and begin the school day  having eaten a healthy breakfast.

Cost: £1000

In Reality Team

Provide a retreat day for year 5 and 6 pupils ‘ Be the Best I can Be!’

Cost: £300


Extra Tuition:

-Provision of ‘out of hours’ tuition in Writing and Maths to work to support accelerated progress and enable pupils to achieve National standard,. ( Year 3-6)

-F2 to year 2 access to small group tuition in Reading, Phonics, Maths, GPS and writing to ensure pupils reach end of year expectations despite low starting point.

- Staff to access Key stage 1 and Key stage 2 assessment training  (ROSIS)

Cost: £7,500


TLR:

Increase in teaching staff hours to release SENCO to manage provision/intervention to ensure progress of vulnerable cohorts. Responsibilities to include , analysis of data, provision mapping, training and quality control

Cost : £6500


Subject leader release time

Subject leaders are released one day a term to carry out monitoring of teaching and learning. Responsibilities include, analysis of data, provision mapping and quality control.

Cost : £1500

 

Employment of Teaching assistant

To work with pupil premium children across school to accelerate progress.

Cost: £10,000


Total: £36,800 Funding is allocated for financial year and any remainder will be carried forward to fund projects in the next academic year

Outcomes

Validated Results 2016

Foundation Stage Outcomes 2016

 

2016

Number of Pupils : 20

Emerging

Good level of Development

Expected of Exceeded

St.Gerard’s

6 pupils

30 %

14 Pupils

70 %

National

 

69.3%

 

Analysis of Foundation Stage 2 Results 2016:

  • 4 pupils 20% achieved ‘exceeding’ in every area of learning

  • 7 pupils 35 % achieved ‘exceeding’ in writing

  • The 6 pupils who remain at the emerging level: 1 child EAL, 2 Children summer birthday’s and speech and language difficulties, 1 child accesses a behaviour plan and 2 children reached expected in every area except writing and number.

     

    Phonics Screening Check

Year

Number of pupils

 Number and % of pupils achieving national expectation

National

2016

Prediction

12 pupils

7

58% 

N/A

2016

Outcomes

12 pupils

9

75 %

80.6%

 

Analysis of Phonics Screening 2016

 

  • Increased number of pupils achieving the national expectation.

  • Targeted intervention and differentiated groupings for Read, Write Inc ensures support is given to vulnerable pupils.

  • The 3 pupils who did not achieve the national expectation: 1 child has ASD, 1 child referral for learning support, and one child accesses a differentiated group for Read, Write Inc.


 Context of Year 2 and Year 6:


Context of Year Group

 

2016

Yr 2

 

1 child= 4.3%

Yr 6

 

1 child=9%

Number on Roll

23

 

11

Boy/Girl

Girls :11

Boys:12

 

Girls: 5

Boys: 6

FSM( Pupil Premium)

Disadvantaged

9  pupils

39%

 

3 pupils

27%

 

Validated  Key Stage 1 (Year 2) Results  2016

Subject

Pre- Key Stage Foundation

 

 

PFK

Working towards standard

 

 

WTS

Working at the Expected Standard

 

 

EXS

Working at greater depth within the expected Standard

GDS

 Total number of pupils at National standard or higher

Reading

1 Pupil

4.3 %

9 Pupils

39 %

11 pupils

48 %

2 pupils

9%

13 pupils

57 %

National

5%

19%

74%

24%

74%

Pupil Premium

11%

33%

56%

0%

6 pupils

56%

National Pupil Premium

4%

16%

78%

27%

74%

Writing

2 pupils

9%

11 pupils

48 %

10 pupils

43 %

 

0%

10 pupils

43 %

National

5%

27%

65.%

13.%

65%

Pupil Premium

11%

11%

33%

0%

3 pupils

33%

National Pupil Premium

4%

4%

70%

16%

65%

Maths

1 pupil

4 %

9 pupils

39 %

10 pupils

43 %

3 pupils

13 %

13 pupils

57 %

National

4%

21%

72.6%

18%

73%

Pupil Premium

11%

33%

56%

11%

6 pupils

56%

National Pupil Premium

3%

18%

77%

20%

77%

 

Key Stage 2 Test outcomes 2016

Subject

No of pupils

% of pupils achieving expected standard

National

 

 

% of pupils achieving Greater Depth

National

Reading

10 pupils

91%

66%

18%

19%

Pupil Premium Reading

2 out of 3 pupils

67%

70%

0 pupil

23%

GPS

11 pupils

100%

72%

1 pupil

9%

22%

Pupils Premium GPS

3 pupils

100%

75%

33%

27%

Maths

10 pupils

91%

70%

1

9%

17%

Pupil Premium  Maths

100%

75%

33%

20%

Writing

10 pupils

91%

74%

0

15%

Pupil Premium Writing

100%

79%

0

18%

Combined

Reading/Writing maths

8 pupils

73%

53%

0

5%

Pupil Premium combined

2  out of  3 pupils

67%

60%

0

7%

St. Gerard's Catholic Primary School