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2014/15

2014/15

The level of funding for 2014/15 for disadvantaged pupils is £900 per pupil. We will receive an estimated Pupil Premium allocation of £26,000 based upon the ‘Ever 6’ pupils, which is an increase of £5,300 from last year. Funding will be used to ensure children in receipt of pupil premium make good or better progress in reading, writing and numeracy.

How this academic year’s allocation will be spent:

  • Residential costs £680
  • Additional Teaching Assistants for the delivery of Read, Write inc £3,040
  • Additional teacher for Boosting groups and intervention 1.5 days £9,100
  • Additional TA support for PP children  intervention groups across school Nov – March £5522
  • Year 6 and Year 2 additional teacher for intervention and targeted support 1 day per week   Jan – March £2400
  • Additional Reception Class support 4 hrs per week £1824
  • Resources – RWI and GPS - £1,120
  • External support services – Family support worker and Behaviour support worker £1,805

Impact of this expenditure for who grant funding was allocated.

  • All EYFS children met or exceeded the Early learning goal in reading, writing and maths
  • Further increase from 88%  to 90 % pass rate for year 1 phonics test.
  • Children moving through RWI programme and making good progress; Less children entering KS2 still requiring programme
  • The number of children achieveing the age related outcomes has increased in reading 71% to 81%, writing 75% to 76% and maths 58% to 67%
  • Attainment at the end of KS1 SAT’s: 2 out of 3 pupil premium children made good or better progress in reading, writing and maths and achieved a 2b or higher in all 3 areas.
  • Attainment in the end of KS2 SAT’s:  2 out of 3 pupil premium children made good or better progress in reading, writing and maths and achieved a 4b or higher in all 3 areas.
  • All KS2 pupil premium children made 2+levels progress from KS1 to KS2
  • All children were able to participate in the residential visits
  • Pupils and their families supported, action plans and TAC conducted to develop positive dynamics, attendance, behaviour and motivation for learning including accessing further support; a coordinated approach to meeting individual needs
  • 1:1 behaviour support encouraged improvement and development in accessing learning and response to school routines and boundaries

Standards for Pupil Premium Group:

Reading: Across the whole school, 81% achieved age related expectations at the end of the year, an increase from 71%.

In years 2 and 6, 67% achieved the national expected level. 83% made good or better progress.

Writing: Across the whole school, 76% achieved age related expectations at the end of the year, an increase from 75%.

In years 2 and 6, 67% achieved the national expected level. 83% made good or better progress.

Maths: Across the whole school, 67% achieved age related expectations at the end of the year, an increase from 58%.

In years 2 and 6, 67% achieved the national expected level. 50% made good or better progress.

Pupil premium spending for the year 2014/15 had a positive impact.

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