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Pupil Premium 2015-16

Overview of the Academy

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

317

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

152 (48.3%)

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1320

Total amount of PPG received

£200,640


Breakdown of PP pupils per year group 2015/16

Year Group

Number of Pupils

% of Year Group

FS

9/37

24.3%

Y1

18/59

30.5%

Y2

22/47

46.8%

Y3

26/46

56.5%

Y4

32/53

60.4%

Y5

20/38

52.3%

Y6

25/37

67.6%

Total

152/317

48.3%


Previous performance of disadvantaged pupils

(pupils eligible for free school meals during the last 6 years or in local authority care for at least 6 months)


2014

2015

National

% of pupils making expected progress in Reading

52%

62%

88%

% of pupils making expected progress in Writing

86%

69%

92%

% of pupils making expected progress in Maths

33%

65%

86%


Summary of PPG Spending 2015/16

Item/Project

Cost

Objective

Actions

Desired Outcome

Additional teachers to ensure same-age classes


(Link with Priority 2 of Pupil Premium Action Plan)

£97,569

To improve reading, writing and maths skills through smaller class teaching across all subjects.  To enable differentiated sets to accurately target gaps in pupils knowledge and stretch more able


Focus on accelerated progress in Year 6 for identified pupils

Continued employment of extra teachers to create the extra classes

Narrowing the gap between PP and non-PP.  Raising attainment in all subjects

Family Outreach team

1 x FOW and 1 x Learning Mentor


(Link with Priorities 4 and 5 of the Pupil Premium Action Plan)

£41,472

To increase attendance, behaviour and parental involvement

Continued employment of team

Case studies of individuals detailing challenges/needs

Interventions and monitoring of PP pupils


Higher attendance rates especially with PP pupils

Reducing the number of behaviour incidents through preventative interventions

Reading Crew

3 x TA


(Link with Priority 2 of the Pupil Premium Action Plan)

£31,919

To work with identified pupils in reading to achieve accelerated progress

Interventions and library sessions  with individuals and group work

Improved reading age in PP pupils and a

Learning Village software


(Link with Priority 2 of the Pupil Premium Action Plan)


£500

Improved support for EAL pupils through use of software


Raised attainment of EAL pupils with PP

Core Subject Resources




£10,000

To enable teachers to raise attainment through more effective, up-to-date and appropriate resources

Review and purchase of resources for Maths and Literacy

Raised attainment through more effective and appropriate resources

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Projects Bid Fund


(Link with Priorities 2, 3, 4 and 5 of Pupil Premium Action Plan)

£8,000

Staff to bid for monies to run PP projects

Staff to put bid application together showing expected impact

SLT to approve those projects that potentially will make accelerated improvement

Raised attainment in targeted areas

Monitoring to be paramount whilst projects running to ensure worthwhile

Reading Scheme


(Link with Priority 2 of Pupil Premium Action Plan)


£7,000

To accelerate progress in reading and writing through providing more engaging and inspiring learning.

Review and purchase of new reading scheme

Raised attainment in reading which in effect will have an impact on being able to understand comprehension

Phonics Resources  Read Write Inc


(Link with Priority 2 of Pupil Premium Action Plan)


£500

To replenish resources for current intervention

Review and purchase Read, Write, Inc resources

Continuing raised attainment through the Read, Write, Inc intervention

Maths Resources

Numbers Count


(Link with Priority 2 of Pupil Premium Action Plan)


£2,680

Maths resources for identified year groups to accelerate progress in Maths

Review and purchase of resources for Numbers Count

Raised attainment in Maths