PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT EXPENDITURE

2017 – 2018


 

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

 

 

Total number of pupils on roll

132

 

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

32

 

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1320.00

 

Total amount of PPG received

£42,240


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 2017-2018


- 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: £11.000


 


Breakfast Club/After School 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


 


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: £5000


 

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: £7087


 

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: £14.400


 Whole school reading challenge


To ensure that all pupils, including pupil premium children have access to quality books we purchased sets of books for every class room to be used in a home/school reading challenge.  Books were carefully chosen to ensure that the high expectations of each year group were reflected to support children in making good and outstanding progress.


Cost £825.63


 

Total: £38703.63


 

Funding is allocated for financial year and any remainder will be carried forward to fund projects in the next academic year


 Outcomes


Validated Results 2018


Foundation Stage Outcomes 2018


 


2018

Number of Pupils : 14

Emerging

Good level of Development

Expected of Exceeded

St. Gerard’s

All Pupils

 1 pupil

6%

 13 Pupils

94%

Pupil Premium

7 children

 

7 children

100%


 


Phonics Screening Check


Year

Number of pupils

 

 Number and % of pupils achieving national expectation

National

2017 All  

21  pupils

 20 pupils

95 %

81%

2017  Pupil Premium

4 pupils

20%

 3 pupils

75 %

80.6%


 


 


Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 Results


Context of Year 2 and Year 6:


 


Context of Year Group

Yr 2

20 pupils

 

Yr 6

14 pupils

 

Number on Roll

20

14

Boy/Girl

Girls: 13

Boys: 7

 

Girls:  7

Boys: 7

FSM( Pupil Premium)

Disadvantaged

 5 pupils

25%

7 Pupils

50 %


 


Key Stage 1

Expected Standard

Reading

Expected Standard

Writing

Expected Standard

Maths

Number of Pupil premium

4/5  pupils

80%

4/5  pupils

80%

3/5 pupils

60%


 


Key Stage 2 Results


Key : WTS= Working towards Expected Standard      EXS=Expected Standard        GD= Greater Depth


Key Stage 2

7 Pupils

WTS

Reading

EXS 

Reading

 GD 

Reading

Number of Pupil Premium

 

7 pupils

100%

 


 


Key Stage 2

7 Pupils

WTS

Writing

EXS 

Writing 

 GD 

Writing

 Number of Pupil Premium

 

6 pupils

86%

1 pupil

 

14%


 


Key Stage 2

7 Pupils

WTS

Maths 

EXS 

Maths  

 GD 

Maths

Number of Pupil Premium

1 pupil

14 %

6

Pupils

86 %

 

 


 


Key Stage 2

7 Pupils

WTS

GPS  

EXS 

GPS

 GD 

GPS

Number of Pupil Premium

 

5

Pupils

71%

2  pupil

 

29%


Report 2017 2018 pupil premium.pdf
PUPIL PREMIUM 2017-2018

Headteacher: Mrs. B. Baxter (Currently on Maternity Leave)  - Acting Head of School: Mrs. D. Hudson

 

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