Pupil Premium Impact 2018/19

Pupil Premium Impact 2018-2019

Item/project Cost Budget Heading Reasoning/ Research Objective Success Criteria Evaluation
To employ a Social Worker through ‘CARITAS’ to work with key groups and individual children one day per week. £10.560 4PP EEF identifies the positive impact of Social and Emotional learning  as + 4 mths To reduce the barriers to learning of identified pupils Focus PP children will have reduced barriers to learning so will meet their personal target Each child working with the CARITAS worker has an individual impact evaluation. They are all very positive and show a positive impact in different areas of the child’s life
TA to work 1:1 to support LAC £3,000 Support Salary   To reduce the barriers to learning of pupil. reduced barriers to learning so will narrow the gap towards meeting their personal target. Child had a successful transition to a specialist provision
April – July

1.Class 2 to free up R kenny to teach Forest schools 2xPM

2. Booster Classes

3. Across school cover for Assertive Mentoring

 

£3360 63 SUPPLY 1.EEF identifies the positive impact of Outdoor Adventure learning  as + 3 mths To develop  self confidence and social interaction skills of targeted pupils. PP children throughout the school receive at least 6 hourly sessions of Forest School throughout the year and their pupil voice indicates a positive impact on their self-esteem and confidence. The feedback from children and staff has been overwhelmingly positive. Pupil premium children have all accessed the forest school and have responded positively.
2.EEF identifies the positive impact of reducing class sizes as + 3 mths

 

 

 

 

To reduce class sizes and deliver focused teaching of Literacy and Maths.

To ensure at least expected progress for identified pupils in Y6.

Year 6 PP children will meet their personal target by July 2018 and will have a score of at least 0 in terms of  end of KS2 progress  

Summer 2018 Year 6 PP progress scores:

Reading +1.73

Writing – 4.75

Maths +3.14

 

April – July

Full time fixed Term contract teacher to release DHT and SENDCO to teach PP children on a 1:1 small group basis

£15,810 63 SUPPLY Education Endowment Foundation Toolkit (EEF)

Identifies the positive impact of 1:1 and small group tuition as +4-5 mths

To narrow the gap between socially disadvantaged pupils and their peers so that they reach at least age expectations and make at least good progress in English and Maths. PP children throughout school will have met their personal target by July 2018 and will have made as much progress as their peers. Detailed whole school data analysis shows the % of PP pupils meeting their personal targets:

Reading 78%

Writing 75%

Maths 70%

Data analysis for Age Related Expectation(ARE) at the end of the year:

Reading: 62%, writing 54% and maths 64%.

Percentage of PP non SEN at ARE: Reading: 88%, writing 81% and maths 88%.

 

September to April – TA to work with small groups of PP children £6810 Support Salary Education Endowment Foundation Toolkit (EEF)

Identifies the positive impact of 1:1 and small group tuition as +4-5 mths

To narrow the gap between socially disadvantaged pupils and their peers so that they reach at least age expectations and make at least good progress in English and Maths. PP children throughout school will have met their personal target by July 2018 and will have made as much progress as their peers. Detailed data analysis for pupil in Yr1-Yr5 shows the % of PP pupils meeting their personal targets:

Reading 83%

Writing 83%

Maths 76%

An increase from last year

100% of Year 6 PP met the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths.

Progress:

Reading +1.8

Writing +1.9

Maths +0.5

 

April – July

Supply Teacher to provide across school cover for Assertive Mentoring

£1400 63 SUPPLY   Education Endowment Foundation Toolkit (EEF)

Identifies the positive impact of 1:1 and small group tuition as +4-5 mths

To narrow the gap between socially disadvantaged pupils and their peers so that they reach at least age expectations and make at least good progress in English and Maths. PP children throughout school will have met their personal target by July 2018 and will have made as much progress as their peers. Detailed data analysis for pupil in Yr1-Yr5 shows the % of PP pupils meeting their personal targets:

Reading 83%

Writing 83%

Maths 76%

The % of non-pp pupils in Yr1-5 meeting their personal targets:

Reading 88%

Writing 85%

Maths 87%

100% of Year 6 PP met the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths.

Progress:

Reading +1.8

Writing +1.9

Maths +0.5

 

Music specialist to work with PP children one day per week on singing/ musical tuition £11,000 4A   To enrich pupil experiences, promote confidence and raise self-esteem PP children receive weekly singing tuition and are provided with opportunities to develop their singing ability. The PP children are thriving and are now beginning to grasp musical notation and their singing ability has increased.
September – April

Teacher to cover 1.Forest school 2x PM

2. Year 6 Boosters 2xAM

£8850 Teacher Salary 1.EEF identifies the positive impact of Outdoor Adventure learning  as + 3 mths To develop  self confidence and social interaction skills of targeted pupils. PP children throughout the school receive at least 6 hourly sessions of Forest School throughout the year and their pupil voice indicates a positive impact on their self-esteem and confidence. The feedback from children and staff has been overwhelmingly positive. Pupil premium children have all accessed the forest school and have responded positively.
2.EEF identifies the positive impact of reducing class sizes as + 3 mths

 

 

 

 

To reduce class sizes and deliver focused teaching of Literacy and Maths.

To ensure at least expected progress for identified pupils in Y6.

Year 6 PP children will meet their personal target by July 2018 and will have a score of at least 0 in terms of  end of KS2 progress 100% of Year 6 PP met the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths.

Progress:

Reading +1.8

Writing +1.9

Maths +0.5

Purchase of rewards and incentives to promote and reward high attendance of individuals and groups.

Purchase Assertive mentoring resources (e.g. Individual files, bronze, silver, gold awards, prize trips/treats)

£210 4PP

PUPIL

PREMIUM

Analysis of attendance levels of PP children

EEF identifies the positive impact of  effective feedback as + 8 mths

 

 

To maintain the average attendance of PP children to be at least 95%

To remove barriers to learning for Pupil premium children e.g. Low attendance, negative behaviour

 

 

 

The average attendance of PP children throughout school is at least 95%

The PP children throughout school are making at least as good a progress as their peers by July 2016 and July 2017.

Attendance for PP children was 95.09%

 

Detailed data analysis for pupil in Yr1-Yr5 shows the % of PP pupils meeting their personal targets:

Reading 83%

Writing 83%

Maths 76%

The % of non-pp pupils in Yr1-5 meeting their personal targets:

Reading 88%

Writing 85%

Maths 87%

100% of Year 6 PP met the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths.

Progress:

Reading +1.8

Writing +1.9

Maths +0.5

 

1:1 Tutoring by Tutor Trust £1000

 

4PP

PUPIL PREMIUM

1:1 Tutoring has proved effective in raising attainment of Year 6 pupils in Maths in 2017 To raise the attainment of Year 6 pupils in Maths The targeted children will meet or exceed their end of Year 6 targets. 100% of Year 6 PP met the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths.

Progress:

Reading +1.8

Writing +1.9

Maths +0.5

 

             
TOTAL £62000