Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure at Harworth Church of England Academy 2016/2017

Number of pupils and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG)

Total Number of Pupils on Roll

200

Total Number of Pupils Eligible for PPG as September 2016

38

Amount of PPG Received per Pupil

£1320

Total Amount of PPG

£50,160

Percentage of children eligible for PPG

19%

 

 

Nature of support:

 

 Expenditure

·         Additional support from teaching assistants (TAs) in the classroom, small group work and/or intervention programmes (small groups or 1:1) plus

TA to work with PP groups as additional

£15,000

 

·         Raising pupil self-esteem has a positive impact on pupil progress and attainment. This is achieved through providing enrichment activities for pupils receiving PPG e.g. music lessons – trumpet, trombone, guitar after school

Teacher to provide lessons £5,000

Instruments £3,000

 

 

 

·         The PPG ensures all children participate in school visits and residential trips.

£1,000

·         Breakfast club – children are invited to attend breakfast club to ensure they

               get a good start to the day including              

               something to eat and drink.

Approx 20 children at 16 weeks per term- £120 per child per term x 3 =£360

360 x 20 = £7,200

·         Children are invited to attend after school club without charge where they can complete homework with access to a Tablet (internet)

Approx 10 children at 16 weeks attendance per term - £280 x 3 = £840

£840 x 10 = £8,400

                                                         

·         Parent liaison to work with disadvantaged children and their families

£7,000

 

·         Full time Support in Year 6 to ensure target groups are impacted

 

£15,000

 

 

 How we measure the impact of the PPG spending:

 

  • The class teacher and senior leadership team (SLT) monitor and analyse the progress of pupils receiving the PPG using our electronic data tracking system. A pupil progress meeting takes place termly with the Head Teacher. The Special Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) conducts further pupil progress meetings for SEN pupils and pupils receiving an intervention. The progress of these pupils is reported to Governors termly.

 

 2015/2016

In 2015/2016 the Pupil Premium children were able to access ipads/laptops to help carry out homework during the homework club time which is provided free of charge for them. Pupil premium children can access all educational visits and have a provided lunch. They can have a good start to the day with a breakfast provided by the school without charge in the Breakfast Club.

Pupil Premium children have extra one to one time spent with them during the school day. During this time they can chat one to one, play games and catch up with any areas of learning. Time spent with the Teaching Assistant in class also aids their catch up with areas of learning.

For the academic year 2015/2016 there is evidence through the school tracking that PP children are making good progress and closing the gap on attainment.

PP children in the 2015 Key Stage 2 SAT's all attained at least a Level 4 in Maths, Reading and Writing and all made at least 2 levels progress in all 3 areas. In Reading 42% of them made more than 2 levels progress. In Writing 29% made more than 2 levels progress and in Maths 14% made more than 2 levels progress.

 

Impact data – Pupil Premium 2015/2016

EYFS % of pupils achieving a Good Level of Development:

Disadvantaged Pupils 33%

Non-Disadvantaged Pupils     79%

 

Year 1 Phonics % of pupils passing phonics test

Disadvantaged Pupils         100%

Non-disadvantaged Pupils   84%

 

End of Key Stage 1 SAT

% of pupils achieving Age Related Expectations in Reading:

Disadvantaged Pupils     34%

Non Disadvantaged pupils     81%

% of pupils achieving Age Related Expectations in Writing:

Disadvantaged Pupils   17%

Non-disadvantaged pupils   76%

% of pupils achieving Age Related Expectations in Maths:

Disadvantaged Pupils   100%

Non-disadvantaged pupils 81%

 

End of Key Stage 2 SAT

% of pupils achieving Age Related Expectations in Reading:

Disadvantaged Pupils     50%

Non Disadvantaged pupils     65%

% of pupils achieving Age Related Expectations in Writing:

Disadvantaged Pupils   100%

Non-disadvantaged pupils   100%

% of pupils achieving Age Related Expectations in Maths:

Disadvantaged Pupils   83%

Non-disadvantaged pupils 65%

 

Pupil Premium 2015/2016

 The Government gives grants to schools to help children from lower income families do their very best. This funding is called a ‘Pupil Premium’. The grant is allocated in two parts:

 

  • Pupil premium for pupils known to be eligible for free school meals (FSM) in any of the previous six years (Ever 6 children) and also service children in mainstream schools.

 

  • Pupil premium for looked- after children and pupils eligible for FSM in any of the previous six years (Ever 6 children) in non-mainstream settings.

 

Please read the attached information which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

 

 Nature of support:

 

  • Additional support from teaching assistants (TAs) in the classroom, small group work and/or intervention programmes (small groups or 1:1).
  • Raising pupil self-esteem has a positive impact on pupil progress and attainment. This is achieved through providing enrichment activities for pupils receiving PPG e.g. brass instrument lessons, drum lessons, board games
  • The PPG ensures all children participate in school visits and residential trips.
  • Breakfast club – children are invited to attend breakfast club to ensure they get a good start to the day including something to eat and drink.
  • After school homework club – children are invited to attend the after school homework club where they can carry out extra reading and complete their homework.

 

Curriculum focus of PPG spending:

 

  • In-class support with Literacy and Numeracy skills.
  • Support outside the classroom, reading, writing and maths tuition both 1:1 and in small groups.
  • Maths support 1:1 before school with breakfast included.

 

 How we measure the impact of the PPG spending:

 

  • The class teacher and senior leadership team (SLT) monitor and analyse the progress of pupils receiving the PPG using our electronic data tracking system. A pupil progress meeting takes place termly with the Head Teacher. The Special Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) conducts further pupil progress meetings for SEN pupils and pupils receiving an intervention. The progress of these pupils is reported to Governors termly.

Impact

  • Pupil premium children are able to enhance their education by participating in extra-curricular music tuition.
  • By the end of Key Stage Two pupils eligible for PPG attain at least as well as their peers.
  • At the end of Key Stage 2 pupil premium children achieve at least in line with non-pupil premium children. 

 

Pupil Premium for the Academic Year 2015/2016

Pupil Premium Autumn 2015

 

 

 

Total Allocation £36,992

 

         

 

Subsidised Breakfast

 

15 children approx 16

 

weeks attendances =

 

£1,200

 

 

 

 

Subsidised AS Club

 

16 children approx

 

16 weeks attendance

 

each £3,840

 

 

 

 

TA to work with PP children full time £5,000

 

Tuition for flutes and trumpets £50 session x2 per week £100x16 £1600

 

 

 

 

 

Teacher 1/2 day per

 

week to work with

 

PP children:

 

£90.00 per morning

 

X 16 = £1440

 

Purchase of Nessy £ 700

Purchase of 5 Minute Number boxes £500

 

 

Sensory Tent: £70

Light equipment: £100

Jellyfish tank £80

Cushions and throws and rug £300

 

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium Spring Term 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

             

 

Subsidised Breakfast

 

15 children approx 16

 

weeks attendances =

 

£1,200

 

 

 

 

Subsidised AS Club

 

16 children approx

 

16 weeks attendance

 

each £3,840

 

 

 

 

Tuition £30 session x2 per week £60x16 £960

 

Subsidised educational visits

 £500

 

Full time TA

£5000

 

 

 

Teacher 1/2 day per

 

week to work with

 

PP children:

 

£90

 

X 16 = £1440

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium Summer Term 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

             

 

Subsidised Breakfast

 

15 children approx 16

 

weeks attendances =

 

£1,200

 

 

 

 

Subsidised AS Club

 

16 children approx

 

16 weeks attendance

 

each £3,840

 

 

 

 

Subsidised educational visits

 Including residential £1094

 

 

Tuition £30 session x2 per week £60x16 £960

 

Full time TA  £5000

 

 

 

 

 

Teacher ½  day per

 

week to work with

 

PP children:

 

£90

 

X 16 = £1440

 

 

 

Pupil Premium for the Academic Year 2014 /2015     £ 50,700

Pupil Premium Autumn 2014

 

 

 

Total Allocation £17,781

 

         

 

Subsidised Breakfast

 

15 children approx 16

 

weeks attendances =

 

£1,200

 

 

 

 

Subsidised AS Club

 

16 children approx

 

16 weeks attendance

 

each £3,840

 

 

 

 

TA to work with PP children

out of class – full time (Level 3)

£5666

African drumming tuition and drums £350 day tuition x 2

 

3X flutes

3X clarinets £3000

Tuition £30 session x2 per week £60x16 £960

£975 drums

 

 

 

 

Teacher 1/2 day per

 

week to work with

 

PP children:

 

£90.00 per morning

 

X 16 = £1440

 

Total Cost:

17,781

 

 

Pupil Premium Spring Term 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Allocation £15,094

 

             

 

Subsidised Breakfast

 

15 children approx 16

 

weeks attendances =

 

£1,200

 

 

 

 

Subsidised AS Club

 

16 children approx

 

16 weeks attendance

 

each £3,840

 

 

 

 

Tuition £30 session x2 per week £60x16 £960

 

Subsidised educational visits

 £1000

 

Full time TA (Level 3)

£5666

 

 

 

Teacher 1 day per

 

week to work with

 

FSM children:

 

£160

 

X 16 = £2,560

 

Total Cost:

£14594

 

 

 

Pupil Premium Summer Term 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Allocation £16,900

 

             

 

Subsidised Breakfast

 

15 children approx 16

 

weeks attendances =

 

£1,200

 

 

 

 

Subsidised AS Club

 

16 children approx

 

16 weeks attendance

 

each £3,840

 

 

 

 

Subsidised educational visits

 Including residential £1094

 

 

Tuition £30 session x2 per week £60x16 £960

 

Full time TA (Level 3) £5666

 

 

 

 

 

Teacher 2 days per

 

week to work with

 

PP children:

 

£160

 

X 16 = £5,100

 

Total Cost:

£16,900