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Stockwell Primary

Stockwell Primary

 Pupil Premium Report/Policy Statement

What is Pupil Premium?  

The pupil premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged

pupils of all abilities and to close the gaps between them and their peers.

DfE will allocate PPG to schools and local authorities (who must allocate for each FTE pupil on the January 2017 school

census, at each school they maintain) the following amounts:

• £1,320 per pupil for each Ever 6 FSM full time equivalent (FTE) pupil aged 4 and over in year groups reception to

year 6, except where the pupil is allocated the LAC or post-LAC premium.

• £935 per pupil for each Ever 6 FSM FTE in year groups 7 to 11, except where the pupil is allocated the LAC or post-

LAC Premium.

• £1,900 per pupil for each post-LAC in year groups reception to year 11.

• £300 for each pupil aged 4 and over in year groups reception to year 11 who is either Ever 6 service child FTE or in

receipt of pensions under the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme (AFCS) and the War Pensions Scheme (WPS).

The grant may be spent in the following ways:

• for the purposes of the school, that is for the educational benefit of pupils registered at that school.

• for the benefit of pupils registered at other maintained schools or academies.

• on community facilities; for example, services whose provision furthers any charitable purpose for the benefit of

pupils at the school or their families, or people who live or work in the locality in which the school is situated.

Principles for supporting socially disadvantaged pupils:

At Stockwell Primary School we ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all pupils.

• We ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to vulnerable groups, this includes ensuring

that the needs of socially disadvantaged pupils are specifically assessed and addressed.

• In considering provision for socially disadvantaged pupils we recognise that not all pupils eligible for FSM will be

socially disadvantaged. We also recognise that not all pupils who are socially disadvantaged are eligible for free

school meals.

• Pupil Premium funding will be allocated based on a needs analysis, reflecting these considerations and which will

identify priority classes, groups or individuals.

Aims

·                               To accelerate phonics reading acquisition and comprehension in Year 1.

·                               To support accelerated progress of the more able PP pupils.

·                               To improve punctuality for PP pupils.

·       To ensure PP make at least expected progress in line with non-PP pupils.

·                               To support pupils in reinforcing learning through homework.

·                               To ensure that pupils are fully resourced in their learning.

·          To ensure that year 6 pupils receive consistent and targeted English and maths teaching.

·          To ensure that year 2 pupils receive consistent and targeted English and maths teaching.

·          To ensure that year 1 and 2 pupils receive consistent and targeted Phonics teaching.

·                               To support accelerated progress for PP in year 3.

·                               To strengthen community and family links for PP pupils.

·       To develop self-motivated behaviour development for PP pupils with their families.

·                               To develop social, emotional and personal skills.

Context:

Number of Pupils on roll

620

Number of Pupils eligible for FSM over the past six years

260

Number of pupils who are looked after (LAC)

5

Number of pupils who have ceased to be looked after by a local authority because of a special guardianship order, a child arrangements order or a residence order

 

0

Number of Pupils whose parents currently employed in the armed services

None

Total Amount of Pupil Premium  2017-2018

£343,200.00

Aim

Provision:  

 

Approximate Cost

To ensure that year 6 pupils receive consistent and targeted English and maths teaching.

 

Additional targeted adult support

To ensure outstanding progress in Year 6

a five group model was actioned for English

and Maths. Three additional groups are supported by two Assistant Headteachers and three teaching Assistants (TAs).

The five group model allows targeted support for

each group for maximum progress.

PP pupils are supported by the five group model.

 

2 x AHTs

3 x TAs

12hrs per week

 

Total amount: £77,943

To ensure that the Nursery and Reception pupils receive targeted support.

Additional targeted adult support

To ensure outstanding progress in the Nursery and in Reception targeted groups were actioned.

 

1 x AHT

 

Total amount:

£15,650

To ensure that year 1 and 2 pupils receive consistent and targeted Phonics teaching.

Additional targeted adult support

2 additional groups supported by intervention teacher and 1 teaching assistant (TA).

 

This model allowed for targeted support for each group for maximum progress.

 

PP pupil are supported by this model.

1 x Teacher

1 X TA

10hrs per week

 

Total amount: £15,131

To improve punctuality for PP pupils.

 

To develop social, emotional and personal skills.

Subsidised Breakfast and Afterschool club for PP pupils

Breakfast club is provided for families struggling to complete the morning routines and arrive at school on time.

After school clubs are provided to support families with work and home commitments.

Hot meals are provided daily in after school club.

A variety of enriching activities are provided during breakfast and after school clubs to support with personal development skills.

7 x TAs

 

Total amount:

£19,778

To support pupils in reinforcing learning through homework.

Targeted Homework club

Pupils unable to complete their homework at home attend a targeted homework club for their year group.

 

In addition, there is a further 1:1 homework support for specific PP pupils.

10 x TAs

 

Total amount:

£5,651

To accelerate phonics reading acquisition and comprehension

Purchase of additional learning resources to support learning in school and at home - LEXIA

Reading is a targeted development area across the school.

 

Pupils engage in daily LEXIA sessions within their classrooms and in small groups. The program is an accelerated reading program when accessed daily for 10 minutes.

 

Total amount:

£1,375

To support accelerated progress of the more able PP pupils.

To ensure PP make at least expected progress in line with non-PP pupils.

 

Interventions across the school

Progress data is fully analysed to identify pupils in English and maths that require further support to ensure they reach their full potential and progress.

 

A variety of support and intervention groups are allocated across the school for all abilities.

 

Higher ability PP pupils are supported in English and Maths groups through higher order thinking.

 

Phonics interventions are supporting pupils to attain the phonics check level of assessment through daily repetition.

1:1 tuition supports SEND pupils in receipt of PP funding.

 

Stringent monitoring and review throughout the year ensures that all pupils are making expected rates of progress and adjustments are made accordingly.

 

Total amount:

£54,350

To strengthen community and family links for PP pupils

Family events

To support PP families with socialising experiences and to make links across the school several family events have been held. Furthermore, the events are boosted with entertainment, parental and staff support.

 

Inclusion staff members are available to support with queries and concerns.

 

The events held includes: Eid Celebration/All Languages Celebration/Portuguese Celebration/Winter Fair/ Spring Fair/ Summer Fair

Total amount:

£1,500

To develop self-motivated behaviour development for PP pupils with their families.

 

To develop social, emotional and personal skills

Family Link Worker (FLW)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thinking Skills program

Family Link Worker employed to support disadvantaged families.

 

Weekly meetings to support vulnerable families with housing, behaviour management classes.

 

Supporting pupils will social and emotional development sessions including, relaxation exercises, emotion exploration, bereavement counselling etc.

 

Thinking Skills program for PP children with behavioural issues. Pupils participate in daily PSHE sessions and sporting activities with a Learning Mentor.

 

Parents engage in weekly review meetings with behaviour management strategies with the FLW.

Total amount:

£29,133

To support PP pupils on the SEND register

 

 

SALT & EP training for staff

Progress data is fully analysed to identify SEND pupils who need to make accelerated progress.

 

 

Total amount:

£1,500

To accelerate progress for year 6 pupils.

Year 6 Booster 

To ensure outstanding progress in Year 6 booster classes were actioned for English and Maths.

3 x CTs

3 x TAs

 

Total amount:

38,650

 

To support families with improving punctuality and attendance.

 

To support pupils with removing barriers to their learning through group work, mentoring and attendance of sports events.

 

 

 

 

Learning Mentors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two learning mentors employed to support pupils across, who need to develop skills to manage their behaviour for learning.

 

Pupils participate in a range of sports events with the leaning mentor.

 

Targeted families are supported with their punctuality and attendance.

 

2 x LMs

 

Total amount:

£53,202

To support families with improving punctuality and attendance.

 

Attendance Officer & Clerical Assistant for Attendance

 

Targeted families are monitored to ensure that punctuality and attendance is improved. 

 

Total amount:

£29,600

 

Total

 

£343,463

Measuring the Impact of  Pupil Premium Funding:  

Data

·         The Attendance this year is 96.9%.  

  • The attainment for pupils in year 6 in receipt of Pupil Premium is high, specially in SPaG and reading. This group is outperforming non-Pupil Premium pupils in all subject areas.
  • All pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium, except two, have made expected progress, 95%, in writing. These pupils are being targeted with support in class and in the booster classes.
  • Most EAL pupils have made expected progress, 91%, in writing. Targeted EAL pupils are being supported in class and in the booster classes.
  • Most pupils in year 2 in receipt of Pupil Premium have made expected progress 90% in reading, writing and maths.
  • Attainment data has been used to allocate 2018-2019 funding for accelerated progress in Summer 2018.

 

Click here for Pupil Premium 2016/2017 Report/Policy Statement

Click here for Pupil Premium 2015/2016 Report/Policy Statement

Click here for Intervention Map 2015/2016