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Pupil Premium Action Plan September 2017

Pupil Premium 2016-17

CONWAY PRIMARY SCHOOL

Pupil Premium 2015-16

 

Website introduction

All schools receive Government money to reduce the gap in educational attainment due to social disadvantage.  This is called Pupil Premium money.  You will find a statement attached with details of how this money has been spent and what the impact has been on closing the achievement gap.

 

Context

The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, which is additional to the main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between the children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their peers by ensuring that the funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.

 

The Pupil Premium is allocated to children from families who are currently known to be eligible for FSM in both mainstream and non-mainstream settings and children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months.  As a group children who have been eligible for FSM at any point, have consistently lower educational attainment than those who have never been eligible.

 

The Government has decided that eligibility for the Pupil Premium in 2012-2013 will be extended to pupils who have been eligible for free school meals (FSM) at any point in the last six years

 

Conway Primary School Pupil Premium Allocation

From 1st April 2011-31st March 2012         £  94,184

From 1st April 2012-31st March 2013         £134,568

From 1st April 2013-31st March 2014         £217,800

From 1st April 2014-31st March 2015        £274,300

From 1st April 2015-31st March 2016        £269,280

From 1 April 2016-31 March 2017           £262,679

 

Schools have been asked to report on academic years. Whilst the Pupil Premium is allocated during the financial year, the school plans over an academic year.  The grant received in any academic year

This money has been used in a number of different ways to support the learning of the pupils concerned.

 

Academic year 2015/16

Funding for 2015/16 is £269,280

 

Thus the grant received for the academic year 2015-16 was 5/12ths (April 15– August 15) of £269,280= £112,200 and 7/12ths (September 15 – March 16) of £269,200  = £157,080. This gives a total figure of £269,280

 

The majority of the Pupil Premium money has been used to:

improve staffing ratios thus reducing adult pupil ratios, providing more effective targeted support and a curriculum that is more personalised to the needs of the individual learner

 

 

 

Target

Cost

Objective

Expected Outcomes

Teaching and learning

     

Additional teachers identified in the SIP 2015-16 to support the raising of standards in TTGs, by providing a third teaching group

£219,867

To reduce class sizes so that more tailored support is offered and so that early intervention can be put in place

For all pupils to achieve age related standards and better

LAC Tuition – Additional PPG

Balance from previous term and additional allocation Spring Term 16

(£3,703)

1:1 Tutoring from outside agency arranged with agreement of Inclusion Leader and parent(carers).

To achieve age related standards and improve concentration and confidence


 

Talk 4 Writing Training

£    2,450

To ensure that children internalise story structures

All children will be able to retell a variety of stories using a variety of structures

1:1 Tuition for pupils who are underperforming in Y6

£    9,390

To ensure that pupils who need additional support to reach targets are tutored in specific areas of weakness

For all pupils to achieve age related standards and better

TEEP Training – whole school CPD (teacher effectiveness enhancement programme)

£ 10,875

To ensure that all teaching is at least good

For all pupils to achieve age related standards and better

mentoring & research project in Y5

£  18,329

To investigate how ‘talk’ is used most effectively in class

For teaching to reflect best practice

Enrichment

     

Gardening project – Forest Schools   

£    8,369

Develop an understanding of how things grow and how to care for plants

For pupils to understand where food comes from and how to look after plants

Total

£269,280

   

 

 

Impact on the Pupil Premium for the academic year 2015/16

 

     EYFS

 

Good level of development %

Prime areas %

Average point score %

GLD 63%

PA 70%

APS 32

 

     End Y1 Phonics 80%

 

     End KS1

 

 

Teacher Assessment

(% at expected)

% at scale score of 100+

(at expected)

Average scaled score %

(excluding N)

Average scaled score %

(including N)

Reading

60%

67%

100.4

98.7

Writing

57%

     

Maths

60%

67%

102.3

100.6

N =  Children with very low score in tests which was converted to a scaled score of zero. Please submit average scaled score percentages with and without these children.

 

 

    End KS2

Reading test %

Writing TA %

(please add M if moderated by S4E)

SPaG %

Maths %

Combined R/W/M %

51%

63% Moderated

87%

73%

48%

 

At the end of Key Stage 2:

 

 

Attainment at the end of KS2 (based on SATs)

 

FSM

All pupils

Reading EXS+

50%

53%

Writing EXS+

61%

62%

Maths EXS+

75%

72%


 

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