Pupil Premium

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Record of PPG allocated by item/project 2018/19

Item/project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

Support Target Interventions – focus on maths – with programmes such as Precision Teaching

£49,300

To provide additional time allocated to support pupil premium children by teaching assistants.

To also provide additional teaching support to Y6 pupils focusing maths and writing.

To deliver one to one support to pupil premium children identified as needing extra intervention work.

 

 

School Visits – payments for Educational Visits and Workshops (incl. Y6 Residential)

£4,000

To enable PP children to access enrichment activities.

 

Clubs and Opportunities

£3,320

To ensure equal opportunity for identified children to access a range of after school activities where a charge is levied and to receive music tuition lessons provided by the Havering Music School.

 

 

Social Skills and Emotional Well-Being

£4,700

To provide programmes and resources to support the development of social skills and emotional well-being where it would be of benefit.

 

Financial Year

Amount of Pupil Premium funding

2017/2018

£65,560

 

2017 /2018

Numbers of Pupil Premium pupils

48

Number of LAC eligible for Pupil Premium or children in Armed Services Families.

3 ( 2 LAC/1 ASF)

What is the Pupil Premium?

The Pupil Premium is additional funding to help schools close the attainment gap between children from low-income and other disadvantaged families and their peers.

If a child has been eligible for free school meals (FSM) at any point over the past 6 years or has been continuously looked after for at least 6 months (LAC) the school receives an amount per head within their budget.

 

Key Priority

To narrow the attainment gap of those pupils eligible for Pupil Premium Funding

What do we expect to see:

Targeting additional support strategies which results in every student, however financially disadvantaged, being able to have full access to our curriculum and all extra - curricular experiences.

All students in the target group who are currently under performing because the impact of their disadvantaged background will make improved progress leading to diminishing the difference in attainment.

Focus

2017-2018

What this looks like…

Targeted pupils

Cost from Pupil Premium funding

Monitored by

Impact

Additional Teaching Assistant Support

Support in class for all year groups from trained Teaching Assistants, supporting reading, maths and literacy and interventions in all phases.

All years

20000

HOS, AHT and Inclusion

Targeted support and interventions have diminished the difference in attainment of our PP pupils vs non PP pupils.

Curriculum resources

Staffing cost, training and additional resources to develop reading skills.

All years

500

AHT & Assessment leader

Improved reading skills and confidence.

Improve attainment and progress.

One to one support for precision teaching, Lego therapy and colour semantics.

Plus One Programme, Colour Semantics, Precision Teaching, Lego Therapy etc.

All years

30000

Curriculum leaders, Inclusion

Targeted support and interventions have diminished the difference in attainment of our PP pupils vs non PP pupils.

Almost all targeted learners make better than expected progress.

Home School Support Worker

Support from the HSSW to work with families and children whose academic progress is impacted by poor attendance, mental health issues and other concerns such as long term illness, family break ups, bereavement etc

All years

6000

HOS, AHT, Home School Support Worker, Inclusion

Increased parental support for child’s learning.

Stronger personal and social skills.

Improvement in attendance/ punctuality.

Increase in communication skills.

Midday provision for social interaction

Groups of pupils work with support staff to overcome social interaction and language barriers.

All years

4700

AHT, Home School Support Worker, Inclusion

Stronger personal and social skills.

Increase in communication skills.

Financial Support / Clubs & Activities

We offer some financial support to students of low income families for uniform, wraparound care, curriculum based visits and extracurricular/ holiday clubs.

Parents

1860

HOS

Extended care and support is made available for those children who are in need.

Provision will be available for low income/ vulnerable learners to help to improve their wellbeing.

Speech & Language Support

Groups of pupils work with a teacher or support staff to overcome specific barriers, including specific learning difficulties and speech and language interventions.

All years

4400

Inclusion Manager

Accelerate progress and improve attainment.

Trips – including Year 6 residential

To allow Pupil Premium children access to enrichment

All years

3000

HOS, AHT and Inclusion

Improved self-esteem and access to wider learning activities.

Data

Key Stage 2

Expected Standard

2017

All pupils

2017

Disadvantaged pupils

Difference 2017

(All pupils vs PP pupils)

2018

All pupils

2018

Disadvantaged pupils

Difference 2018

(All pupils vs PP pupils)

R,W,M combined

85

67

-18

67

73

+6

Reading

90

67

-23

80

91

+9

Writing

92

75

-17

81

91

+10

Maths

88

75

-13

75

73

-2

Key Stage 2

Higher Standard

 

 

 

 

 

 

R,W,M combined

15

0

-15

14

0

-14

Reading

31

25

-6

33

18

-15

Writing

17

0

-17

19

9

-10

Maths

39

17

-22

25

0

-25