Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium – Progress and Attainment

Pupil Premium Strategy 2017-18

Pupil Premium Strategy 2017

Year

Amount Received

Use of Pupil Premium

Impact

2011/12 £488 per childNumber of children = 17 Total Amount = £8296
  • Single year groups
  • Setting – LSA Support
  • Interventions to support learning
  • Letters and Sounds Group
  • Family Liaison Officer Support
End of year results show children have made good progress where their attendance has been good.
2012/13 £600 per childNumber of children = 24 Total Amount = £14,400
  • Single year groups
  • Setting – LSA Support
  • Interventions to support learning
  • Letters and Sounds Group
  • Family Liaison Officer Support
Pupils have achieved well. They have made good progress to reach the levels expected for their age in reading, writing and maths.
2013/14 £900 per childNumber of children = 24 Total Amount = £21,600
  • Single year groups
  • Setting – LSA Support
  • Interventions to support learning
  • Letters and Sounds Group
  • Family Liaison Officer Support
Pupils have once again made good progress and their attainment at KS1 was above that of other groups nationally in all year groups where their attendance has been good.Interventions have been reviewed to maximise progress for pupil premium children. This has had a good impact on pupils.
2014/15 £1300 per childNumber of children = 31 Total Amount = £40,300 approx.
  • Interventions to support learning
  • Letters and Sounds Group
  • Family Liaison Officer
  • School Trips
  • Individual support for children
  • Lunchtime Club
  • Stanbridge Arts and Crafts Week
  • Cooking Yr 3/4
Results show children with good attendance are making good progress from Reception to Year 4.Some children have made outstanding progress.Children have attained well where their attendance hasn’t been affected by their mobility.
2015/16 £1320 per childNumber of children = 31 Total = £40920
  • Intervention LSAs
  • Tracks
  • Five Minute Boxes
  • Time to Talk
  • Extra phonic sessions
  • Extra writing sessions
  • Yr 2 support
  • Family Liaison Officer
  • Lunchtime Club
  • Career’s Day
  • Cooking Yr3/4
  • Trips and Residential Field Trips
  • After School Club support
Results show that children in receipt of Pupil Premium have made good+ progress when their attendance has been good.The Family Liaison Officer works with families to ensure attendance is maintained across the year or that the children remain dual registered when travelling. Two LSA Intervention leads have been employed by the school to target children with gaps in their learning so ensuring they are working more quickly towards their age related expectations. Interventions have been used in blocks to maximise learning and have been reviewed regularly to ensure the children are benefiting from that intervention and making progress. Pastoral and social interventions have been offered to families through trips, school clubs and lunchtime club. This has had a good impact on children’s progress across the school where their attendance has been good.
2016/17 £1320 per childNumber of children =28 Total = £36,960
  • Intervention LSAs
  • Tracks
  • Five Minute Boxes
  • Time to Talk
  • Extra phonic sessions
  • Extra writing sessions
  • Yr 2 support
  • Family Liaison Officer
  • Lunchtime Club
  • Ukulele lessons
  • Outside learning
  • Cooking Yr2/3/4
  • Trips and Residential Field Trips
  • After School Club support
 For analysis of impact – please read Pupil Premium Strategy listed above.  All future Pupil Premium strategies will be listed in this way and not in this table.