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Pupil Premium Allocation

The pupil premium is allocated by the government to each school on the basis of their data for children currently entitled to Free School Meals (FSM) and children who have been entitled over the last six years.  There is also an amount allocated for the children of service families.  

 

2014-15

In the financial year 2014-15, we received £30,200 in Pupil Premium funding, which is an increase of £12, 800 on the previous year and shows a rise in the numbers of pupils eligible for this funding. There were 27 pupils eligible for this funding, with 4 of these being children of Service Families (September 2014).

We used:

  • £5000 to support small group teaching in Year 5 and 6 for the Spring and part of the summer term (2015) (41% of our Pupil Premium pupils are within these year groups).

  • An additional £12000 to employ experienced and effective staff ensuring high quality first teaching across all classes.

  • £1558 to provide additional intervention support in lower Key Stage 2 (February 2015 to June 2015)

  • £5000 to provide afternoon intervention support for Key Stage 1.

  • £500 to provide afternoon intervention support for upper Key Stage 2

  • £2861 to provide a subsidy for Pupil Premium children to attend Breakfast Club and additional adult staff.

  • £1000 to provide a subsidy for Pupil Premium children to go on a residential to Wales and other trips.

  • £1090 to fund 'Read, Write Inc' training for Early Years and KS1 staff, to support more effective delivery of phonics.

  • £1200 to fund new resources including 'Read, Write Inc' materials and the EYFS outside area.

 

2015-2016

We are expecting to receive £31,560 this financial year for our 27 Pupil Premium pupils, of which four of these are of Service families (May 2015)

We anticipate spending:

  • £3000 to provide a subsidy for Pupil Premium children to attend Breakfast Club and additional adult staff.

  • Up to £500 to subsidise school trips

  • £7500 to support small group teaching in Year 5 and 6 for the Spring and part of the summer term (2015) (41% of our Pupil Premium pupils are within these year groups).

  • £2300 to spend on resources.

  • £2300 to spend on ICT resources, enabling pupils to access appropriate software through an individualised approach.

  • £3500 to fund 'Achievement for all'.

  • £6000 to allow a Year 1 and Year 2 class to be split for one year.

  • £6500 to fund teaching assistants to deliver interventions.

 

N.B Costings and further information on details of how this funding is to be spent, will be updated as SIDP and Action Plans are revised and reviewed

 

2016-2017

This financial year we have £42, 000 of Pupil Premium funding to be allocated.  We anticipate spending:

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  • £20,000 to allow an additional Key Stage 1 teacher to be employed, enabling us to have an extra class in the mornings for Maths and English

  • £9000 to provide intervention sessions for pupil premium children in KS1 and KS2.

  • £3000 to subsidise breakfast club for pupil premium children.

  • £3500 to provide Sats intervention for Year 6 pupil premium children.

  • £500 to assist parents of pupil premium children with uniform costs.

  • £1190 to train staff in "Early Years Talkboost", to improve skills of Communication and Language in Early Years.

 

We also intend to spend further funding to implement "Accelerated Reader" an online resource to aid progress and attainment in Reading.

 

N.B Costings and further information on details of how this funding is to be spent, will be updated as SIDP and Action Plans are revised and reviewed

 

 

 

 

 

 

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