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Analysis of Pupil Premium Funding

Financial Year

Amount of Pupil Funding

2012/2013

£37,973

2013/2014

£53,100

2014/2015

£83,200

2015/2016

£79,780

 

In 2015- 2016 the school received £79,780 to support 55 children (30%)who qualify, or have qualified for Free School Meals, at any point during the previous 6 years. 

This money has enabled us to:

1:1 Maths tuition for children in Year 6. 

7 children received 1:1 tuition for numeracy.  (1 pupil left the school in April)

 

NC level in July 2015

NC level in July 2016

APS increase

DA

8

23

15

AC

22

28

6

LF

22

26

4

AF

5

14

9

MPW

20

26

6

LWB

24

29

5

 

The cost of this initiative was £10,179.67

 

1:1 Maths tuition for 4 children in Years 3 and 4 

 

NC level in July 2015

NC level in July 2016

APS increase

JD

7

14

7

LR

8

14

6

HK

13

19

6

OS

13

19

6

 

The cost of this initiative was £3393.

HLTA deployed to work in Year 2

 

When the HLTA was not involved in providing PPA cover, she worked alongside the Year 2 teacher to provide support.  The impact was:

 

Additional Teaching Assistant in FSU 

In September 2015 no child entered FSU working at the expected level in all the areas of learning. Their skills on entry were significantly below those expected, especially in language, literacy and social skills. However, by the end of the year a significant number of pupils made good progress, particularly in reading, writing and physical development and 64% achieved the Early Learning Goals at the end of FSU.

Area of learning

% of pupils who have  achieved at least 40 -60C on entry

September 2015

% of pupils who achieved the ELG by July 2016

Personal social and emotional

3%

97%

Communication and language

26%

74%

Reading

3%

76%

Writing

0%

63%

Maths

0%

64%

Understanding the World

0%

93%

Physical development

0%

97%

Expressive arts 

16%

97%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The total cost of this initiative was £10,507

 Additional Teaching Assistants in Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 1

 All our classes in Key Stage 1 and 2 have at least one full time teaching assistant. 

32% of the children entitled to Pupil Premium funding are also on our SEN register.  We have detailed information regarding the various interventions and the support we run throughout the year for those pupils who qualify for pupil premium.  Many of these interventions are run by our highly skilled team of Teaching Assistants.

The total cost of this initiative is £26,761

Swift Access to Educational Psychologist  

Six pupils were referred to a private Educational Psychologist.  Of these pupils, 66% were pupils who qualify for pupil premium funding.  All the assessments took place within 6 weeks of referral and the Educational Psychologists report fed into the Pupil Profiles.  Progress of our SEN children was at least good. 

 The total cost of this initiative is £ 6,000

Access to Behaviour Support Services  

3 pupils have been able to access Play Therapy who provide Behaviour Support. All are in receipt of pupil premium.  Through this support we have been able to avoid permenant exclusions for two pupils, whilst we continue to access alternative provision.

The total cost of this initiative is £2,000

Home School Community Link Worker 

73% of the children on our Pastoral Support register are in receipt of Pupil Premium.  Of this pupil group 50% received support from the HSCLW.  All children in this vulnerable group maintained attendance above 95%.  We see good attendance as a prerequisite to improving attainment.

The total cost of this initiative was £8,200

Breakfast Club

Pupil Premium funds 10 children to attend Breakfast Club.  For most of these pupils, but not all, there is an issue with punctuality and attendance.  We see the need to improve attendance as a prerequisite to improving attainment and progress.   For 60% the pupils where we have cumulative data, there has been an improvement in attendance over the last two years.  We see regular attendance as a prerequisite to improving progress and attainment.

 

 

 

% attendance in 2014/2015

% attendance in 2015/2016

Point increase in reading

Point increase in writing

Point increase in maths

Average point score increase

(expected 5.00)

TK

n/a

90.72

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

AJK

97.38

99.47

3

6

3

4

TK

97.12

98.68

4

2

4

3.3

MM

98.43

99.47

4

4

5

4.3

CB

96.6

94.21

7

6

7

6.6

OG

96.56

92.89

3

3

7

3.3

AM

98.43

99.21

7

11

9

9.0

WP

94.5

93.95

6

8

7

7

TH

96.02

96.32

3

2

5

3.3

CH

97.73

98.95

3

4

3

3.3

TM

89.84

84.75

5

4

4

4.3

 

The total cost of this initiative was £4180. 

Provide Subsidised Places at After School Club

We provide After School places for 9 pupils.  Five of these pupils are subject to CIN plans.  This provision means that the pupils are actively engaged in purposeful activities after school.    

The total cost to his initiative is £210

APS Scores for Pupil Premium Children and Non Pupil Premium Children: 

July 2015 – July 2016

 

 

Pupil Premium

Non Pupil Premium

Year 1

Expected APS – 5

Reading

3.3

4.0

Writing

3.5

3.8

Maths

3.3

4.2

Year 2

Expected APS 10

Reading

7.6

9.1

Writing

6.4

9.2

Maths

7.1

7.1

Year 3

Expected APS 15

Reading

10.1

14.1

Writing 

7.7

14.8

Maths

8.2

14.0

Year 4

Expected APS  20

Reading

18.3

18.2

Writing

17.5

17.8

Maths 

17.8

18.1

Year 5

Expected APS 25

Reading 

18.6

21.9

Writing

19.0

22.6

Maths

19.3

24.5

Year 6

Expected APS 30

Reading

28.4

29.5

Writing

28.4

29.5

Maths

27.0

29.2

 

APS Increases for Pupil Premium and Non Pupil Premium Children

July 2015 – July 2016

 

 

Pupil Premium

Non Pupil Premium

Year 1

 

Reading

3.3

3.7

Writing

3.5

3.5

Maths

3.3

4.0

Year 2

 

Reading

3.7

4.3

Writing

3.4

5.1

Maths

4.5

3.2

Year 3

 

Reading

1.3

4.4

Writing 

0.1

6.1

Maths

2.1

5.4

Year 4

 

Reading

6.0

4.8

Writing

6.9

5.2

Maths 

7.1

5.4

Year 5

 

Reading 

0.4

5.9

Writing

3.5

6.7

Maths

6.1

8.8

Year 6

 

Reading

5.3

5.7

Writing

5.8

7.9

Maths

6.0

5.1

 

Total spending:

1:1 maths tuition in Year 6                            £10,179

1:1 maths tuition in Years 3 and 4                 £3,393

HLTA support in Year 2                                £8450

TA in FSU                                               £10,507

Additional TA support in KS1 and KS              £26,761

HSCLW                                                    £8,200

Educational Psychologist                               £6,000

After School Club/Breakfast Club                    £4,390

 


 Pupil Premium Strategy Statement for 2016 – 2017

The staff and governors at Hardwick recognise the importance of using Pupil Premium funding to support the most disadvantaged in our school.  Our aim is to “diminish the difference” in attainment for those pupils in receipt of pupil premium and when compared to their peers. 

Our total Pupil Premium budget is £80,980

Year group

Total number of pupils in each class

Number of pupils eligible for pupil premium funding

% of children eligible for pupil premium funding

Foundation Stage

30

3

10%

Year 1

30

6

20%

Year 2

26

6

23%

Year 3

27

8

30%

Year 4

25

5

20%

Year 5

27

11

41%

Year 6

26

10

38%

 

We recognise the following as barriers to future attainment and progress:

We intend to use our Pupil premium funding to:

This will be reviewed in September 2017.