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Pupil Premium

Funding for 2016 – 2017 based on January 2016 school census:

Total number of pupils on role (not including Nursery)


Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

76/314 = 24%

Amount PPG received per child

£1320 per child  £1900 per LAC

Total amount of PP received


 Nature of support:

  •   Additional support from Teaching Assistant in the classroom lowering the adult-pupil ratio aiding in ensuring vulnerable pupils are supported within English and Mathematics.
  •   Raising pupil self-esteem has a positive impact on pupil progress and attainment. This is achieved through providing enrichment activities during lunchtime such as Art, gardening and computing.
  •   Pupil premium ensures pupils can participate in school trips.
  •   Contribution towards the costs of additional reading and Mathematics resources such as Bug Club and RM Maths used in intervention sessions.

Curriculum focus:

  • In class support with English and Mathematics
  •  Additional sessions of Bug Club to support reading and Mathematics is supported with RM Easimaths.

How we measure the impact:

·         The class teacher and senior leadership team monitor and analyse the progress of pupils through standardised scores in Reading and Mathematics which are tested termly. This is then reported through pupil progress meetings with the Head teacher. This progress is reported to Governors termly. Progress can also be tracked termly using Learning Ladder data at the end of each term for Reading, Writing and Mathematics.

·         Pupils participating in an intervention will be assessed for progress made by the end of the intervention.






Pupil Premium

Impact for 2015-16:

·         Pupil premium children are able to enhance their education by participating in extra-curricular activities.

·         50% of PPI children had attendance between 95-100%. 75% of PPI children had attendance between 92-100%.

·         Results from EYFS Profile 2015 (from Raiseonline data 2016 p54) states that 78% of FSM children achieved a good level of development. This was better than National by 26%.

·         Phonics by the end of year 2 2016 show that 88% of FSM children met the expected standard  which was better than National by 2% (from Raiseonline data 2016 p52).

·         100% of FSM children in Year 1 met the expected standard for phonics which was better than National by 30% (from Raiseonline data 2016 p51).

·         Attainment in Mathematics at Greater depth in Key Stage 1 was better than National by 17% fro DIS children (from Raiseonline data 2016 p37).