Pupil premium

Colton Primary School

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) report 2016-17

PPG school context:

Total number of pupils on roll

253- Including nursery

211- Excluding nursery

Number of pupils eligible for PPG

16

PPG per pupil

£1320

Number of service children

300

PPG received per LAC

N/A

Total Pupil premium grant

£21420

 

Summary of Pupil Premium spending 2016-17

 

Item/Initiative Cost

Cost

Aims of Spending

Outcomes/ Impact

TA classroom support

£10 200

 

To provide classroom and speech and language support and interventions to pupils receiving pupil premium funding

Classroom support and lunchtime e- learning clubs, speech and language support targeted at pupil premium pupils

1-2-1 tuition SMT/HLTA

£7000

To target gaps in learning and boost confidence in learners

Improved attainment and progress

Targeted learning mentor support

£2 000

Whole school circle time and dedicated 1-1 pastoral support

All pupils have had quality circle time sessions targeting the needs of the class. Pupils have had 1-1 pastoral support where needed

Uniform support

£165

Parents are able to access financial support towards the cost of school uniform

Positive impact on self esteem

Groovy Movers – alternative provision for music and movement

£44

To improve alternative curriculum sessions for lower attaining pupils

Improved engagement in listening, attention movement and learning

Speech and Language training- Early Years

£700

All early years staff are trained and can identify and support Speech and language needs

Speech and language groups were set up promptly. Staff have had access to Derbyshire Language training and specific training for individual children

Attachment training

£350

To ensure all staff are aware of attachment and how it can impact on a child’s learning and wellbeing

Implemented new behaviour strategies and contracted EP support for next academic year

School trips and residential

£277

To ensure all children have access to school visits to enrich the curriculum and remove the potential cost barrier

All children have attended and enjoyed trips

Sports clubs

£44

To allow pupils to engage in extra- curricular clubs

Enabled a pupil to access an after school club for half a term

E learning resources

£1282

Supporting children with online learning resources at home and school

All pupils have access to

e learning resources for maths, spelling and cross -curricular learning through Mathletics, Spellodrome, Purple Mash and Espresso



July 2017 data shows the attainment of pupil premium children to be as follows:

 

% of children working below ARE 
(Age Related Expectations)

% of children working at ARE 
(Age Related Expectations)

% of children working above ARE
(Age Related Expectations)

Maths

9 pupils-56%

4 pupils-25%

3 pupils-19%

 

Reading

9 pupils-56%

         3 pupils-19%

4 pupils-25%

 

Writing

10 pupils-63%

4 pupils-25%

2 pupils-13%

 

In July 2017 the average depth of learning for disadvantaged pupils was 2.6 which is an 0.5 improvement from last year, the gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils has now narrowed from 0.9 to 0.4. The increased depth of learning indicates disadvantaged pupils now have a deeper level of understanding in the objectives they have been taught compared to last year.
 

 

Maths

Reading

Writing

Non disadvantaged

3

3.1

3

Disadvantaged

2.7

2.5

2.5

Gap

0.3

0.6

0.5



Colton Primary School
Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) report 2015-16
 
 
PPG school context:
Total number of pupils on roll 209 (256 including nursery)
 
Number of pupils eligible for PPG 18
 
PPG per pupil £1320
 
Number of service children £300 1 child
 
PPG received per LAC £633 (1 term)
 
Total Pupil premium grant £24693
 
 
Summary of Pupil Premium spending 2015-16
 
Item/Initiative  Cost Cost Aims of Spending Outcomes/ Impact
1-2- 1 tuition £2600 To boost levels of attainment and progress High impact- see results
Children’s confidence improved
Focused teaching sessions £6500 To target gaps in learning and boost confidence in learners Improved attainment and progress
Provision of uniform £250.24 Parents are able to access financial support towards the cost of school uniform Self esteem is raised
1-1 Music lessons £338 Pupil engagement and enjoyment of music Pupils attended all music lessons and have increased in skill and confidence
Multisensory learning £108 To provide multisensory teaching for an individual pupil Improved engagement in listening, attention movement and learning
School trips £47.37 To ensure all children have access to school visits to enrich the curriculum and remove the potential cost barrier All children attended and enjoyed trips
Sports clubs £20.00 To allow pupils to engage in extra- curricular clubs Enabled a pupil to access an after school club for half a term
TA classroom support £10 200 To provide speech and language support and interventions to pupils receiving pupil premium funding Lunchtime e- learning clubs, speech and language support targeted at pupil premium pupils
Speech and language therapy £300 To support a pupil premium child with speech and language Individual programme set and support for class teacher and TA given
Curriculum enhancement £4061.89 Enhance the curriculum with resources to support focus weeks, D side school trips and resources for individual pupils Positive responses from the parent and pupil questionnaire about the curriculum and learning, in the parent questionnaire 100% of parents felt the curriculum was engaging and the teaching was good
E learning resources £2311 Supporting children with online learning resources at home and school All pupils have access to
e learning resources for reading, maths and cross -curricular learning through Mathletics, Bug Club and Espresso
ICT equipment
 
 
£486.50 To engage and support pupils using technology i pads have been purchased to support a number of pupils in school to engage with their learning
  £27,223.00 (supported with additional money from the school budget)
 
Further impact of spending:
  • A continued high level of attendance for pupils in receipt of pupil premium funding -96% to April 2016
  • In the parent questionnaire 100% of parents felt their child enjoyed coming to school, thought teaching was good and felt their child made good progress with their learning.
  • There has been a really positive response from children and parents towards the new Mathletics package which was purchased through pupil premium funding.
     
Outcomes for Y6 pupils known to be eligible for PPG
(FSM/ Ever 6 or Looked after Children)
End of Key Stage 2 data
  2013 2014 2015
Number of pupils receiving PPG 3 5 4
%L4+ in reading
 
100% 60% 50%
%L4+ in writing 100% 60% 100%
 
%L4+in Maths 100% 60% 100%
%L4+ in Reading, Writing and Maths 100% 60% 50%
 
% level 4 + in Spelling punctuation and grammar 67% 60% 50%
% making expected progress in reading 100% 100% 75%
% making expected progress in writing 100% 100% 100%
% making expected progress in maths 100% 75% 100%
Current data- This year our assessment system for recording children’s attainment and progress has changes from levels. We are now recording the coverage of objectives and the depth of learning a child has achieved. By the end of the year we expect a child’s depth of learning to be 3.
Up to Spring 1 pupil premium have children achieved the following depth of learning:
  Reading Writing Maths
KS1
 
1.2 1.4 1.7
KS2
 
1.5 1.2 1.1
 
Up to Spring 1 pupil non pupil premium have children achieved the following depth of learning:
  Reading Writing Maths
KS1
 
1.3 1.4 1.3
KS2
 
1.6 1.5 1.6
 
 
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