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Impact Report: October 2016

 

Intervention or initiative: Pupil Premium Funding 2015 – 16

 

Background:

 

The school received £48,100 from the Local Authority in April 2015 to improve the outcomes for pupils who qualify for pupil premium. This funding is allocated to children from low-income families who are known to be eligible for free school meals, and children who had been looked after continuously for more than six months. Additionally, this funding also applies to children of service personnel.

 

Pupil Premium funding is intended to support the above groups of pupils in order to help them maximise achievement and the way in which we use this funding is influenced by educational research presented in the Sutton Trust report (2013) which reviewed the impact of key approaches on children’s attainment.

 

Context:

 

Children eligible for Pupil Premium Number of pupils Percentage of pupils
Free School Meals (FSM) 28 8.5%
Children Looked After (CLA) 3 1%

 

Table 1: Percentage breakdown of children eligible for Pupil Premium funding at Poringland Primary School.

 

Impact of spending:

 

Initiative Pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium by Year Group Cost Impact measure Results
Effective Marking All year groups £2682 Pupil Perceptions

 

 

 

 

 

Book scrutiny

 

 

Pupil Progress

99.3% of children said that they get help when they are stuck, and staff show me how to make my work better e.g. ‘Yes, because it is much more precise and it helps me to improve my work. It tells me what to do.’ (Year 5 child)

 

Book scrutiny analysis shows that 88% of marking was of a good standard and 12% is outstanding.

 

A breakdown summary of progress by year group and subject can be seen below (Table 3).

Small group work Infants £6720 Pupil Progress A breakdown summary of progress by year group and subject can be seen below (Table 3).
Small group work Juniors £6720 Pupil Progress A breakdown summary of progress by year group and subject can be seen below (Table 3).
Additional TA hours to support in class All year groups £5040 Pupil Progress A breakdown summary of progress by year group and subject can be seen below (Table 3).
Numicon Reception – Year 4 £3360 Pupil Progress A breakdown summary of progress by year group and subject can be seen below (Table 3).
Enrichment group (English) Year 6 £6720 Pupil Progress A breakdown summary of progress by year group and subject can be seen below (Table 3).
Enrichment group

(Maths)

Year 6 £6720 Pupil Progress A breakdown summary of progress by year group and subject can be seen below (Table 3).

 

 

Initiative Pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium by Year Group Cost Impact measure Results
Enrichment group (English) All year groups £6720 Pupil Progress A breakdown summary of progress by year group and subject can be seen below (Table 3).
Enrichment group

(Maths)

All year groups £6720 Pupil Progress A breakdown summary of progress by year group and subject can be seen below (Table 3).
Additional TA hours for Year 1/2 Years 1 and 2 £3360 Pupil Progress A breakdown summary of progress by year group and subject can be seen below (Table 3).
Residential visits for Year 5 and Year 6. Year 6 – London

Year 5 – How Hill

£1139 Pupil Perception 100% of children agreed that the trips had been beneficial and had helped them to challenge themselves and experience new opportunities.

E.g. ‘It was awesome because I had new experiences.’ (Year 5 child), ‘I loved all the London activities, especially seeing ‘Matilda.’ (Year 6 child)

Junior Librarian (software) All year groups £555 Pupil Perceptions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pupil Progress

Children are able to visit the library weekly.

 

100% of children agreed that they had been to the library on a regular basis.

 

53% of children made specific reference to liking the variety and number of new books that have been purchased in the last term.

E.g. ‘I can look at loads of books I have dreamed to have.’ (Year 4 child), ‘There are 1000s of books to choose from.’ (Year 3 child)

 

A breakdown summary of progress by year group and subject can be seen below (Table 3).

Time 2 Talk All year groups £1000 Pupil Perceptions Children in need were able to spend time with a trained counselor

 

Table 2: Allocation and impact of Pupil Premium funding