Goodnestone Primary School

Pupil Premium Strategy

Review of academic Year 2017 – 2018

Eligible Pupils: 10

Budget Allocation: £15160

 

Barriers identified to attainment and progress 2017/18

1

40% of the pupils who are eligible for pupil premium have identified Special Educational Needs which impacts upon their ability to attain at the expected level and/or make expected progress

2

30% of the pupils who are eligible for pupil premium have social or emotional difficulties

3

30% of the pupils who are eligible for pupil premium have experienced mobility in their education requiring them to ‘catch up’ to reach expected levels of attainment and progress

4

20% of pupils eligible for pupil premium had attendance below 90% in the previous academic year which impacts upon their ability to learn and make progress

5

Some pupils eligible for the pupil premium have not managed to reach the expected level of attainment (80% in reading, 80% writing and 70% in maths)

6

Being a Young Carer impacts upon pupil’s abilities to reach the expected levels of attainment and maintain the expected rates of progress

 

Provision in 2017/18

Success Criteria

Allocation

Funding for role of PP lead, who is released from one day per week.

SENCO /class teacher time for the family / child

  • Raise attainment of expected and above expected levels and progress in the core subjects.
  • Parents further able to support their child’s education at home.
  • Attendance improves for identified children.
  • Children’s social, emotional, mental-health and well-being is supported leading to improved confidence and self-esteem .

£10, 080

 

Targeted maths interventions by HLTA.

 

  • Raise attainment of expected and above expected levels and progress in the core subjects.
  • Develop specific skills to enable children to access the full curriculum.

£620

Targeted reading interventions by TA identified in provision maps

  • Raise attainment of expected and above expected levels and progress in the core subjects.
  • Develop specific skills to enable children to access the full curriculum.

£1080

Resources to support personalised interventions and timetables.

  • Raise attainment of expected and above expected levels and progress in the core subjects.

£160

Attendance lead time ensuring that attendance is at above 90%

  • Attendance data for PP children remains at 90% or above

£1200

Pastoral support from the Wellbeing coordinator and support staff

  • To improve children’s confidence and self-esteem and to encourage positive learning behaviours. 

£1450

 

KS2 Outcomes 2017 – 2018

Reading

Writing

Maths

Combined

11 pupils 20% SEN

Attainment

Attainment

Attainment

Attainment

Expected

55%

91%

27%

18%

Greater depth

0%

18%

0%

0%

Expected Pupil premium

2 pupils

50%

50%

50%

50%

Greater depth Pupil premium 2 pupils

0%

50%

0%

0%

 Academic Year 2018 – 2019

Eligible Pupils: 11

Budget Allocation: £25340

 

Barriers to future attainment and progress

1

45% of the pupils who are eligible for pupil premium have identified Special Educational Needs which impacts upon their ability to attain at the expected level and/or make expected progress

2

40% of the pupils who are eligible for pupil premium have social or emotional difficulties

3

45% of the pupils who are eligible for pupil premium have experienced mobility in their education requiring them to ‘catch up’ to reach expected levels of attainment and progress

4

27% of pupils eligible for pupil premium had attendance below the nationally expected level in the previous academic year which impacts upon their ability to learn and make progress

5

Five pupils eligible for pupil premium require their progress to be accelerated to achieve expected levels

6

Two children who qualify for pupil premium attendance is being targeted to address frequent absence and lateness.

7

One pupil premium pupil is a Young Carer.

 

Provision

Success Criteria

Anticipated allocation

Funding for role of PP lead and additional teacher time.

SENCO /class teacher time for the family / child

  • Raise attainment of expected and above expected levels and progress in the core subjects.
  • Parents further able to support their child’s education at home.
  • Attendance improves for identified children.
  • Children’s social, emotional, mental  health and well-being is supported leading to improved confidence and self-esteem .

£10,000

Maintaining high levels of adult support for learning and pastoral care

  • Contribution from pupil premium towards maintaining a three class structure within the school.

£11590

Targeted maths interventions by HLTA.

 

  • Raise attainment of expected and above expected levels and progress in the core subjects.
  • Develop specific skills to enable children to access the full curriculum.

£800

Targeted reading interventions by TA identified in provision maps

  • Raise attainment of expected and above expected levels and progress in the core subjects.
  • Develop specific skills to enable children to access the full curriculum.

£600

Resources to support personalised interventions and timetables.

  • Raise attainment of expected and above expected levels and progress in the core subjects.

£500

Attendance lead time ensuring that attendance is at above 90%

  • Attendance data for PP children remains at 90% or above

£1200

Pastoral support from the HLTA, SENCO and support staff.

  • To improve children’s confidence and self-esteem and to encourage positive learning behaviours. 

£650

 Monitoring and Evaluation

The school operates a robust monitoring and evaluation system.  Each child in receipt of pupil premium is monitored weekly through classroom observation, book scrutiny and discussion. The information collected is reviewed, discussed and evaluated. This is an ongoing dialogue between the pupil premium lead and all staff involved with the child. Each child is discussed and reviewed at the termly pupil progress review meetings. Provision is adapted accordingly in light of these meetings and budget allocation to particular strategies may be revised. The school has recently undertaken an external pupil premium audit. ‘Pupil progress meetings are now regularly scheduled, supported by robust data systems. These can now be used to raise staff’s accountability for data and target focussed group teaching and intervention.’ Jo Hygate (EHT)  The next review of the Pupil Premium Strategy will take place in January 2019.