Pupil Premium - Report to Parents 2013/14
Overview of the school
Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll (January 2014)
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG (January Census)
10 - 2013
28 - 2014
Total amount of PPG
(7 Twelths 2013/14; 5 Twelths 2014/15)
The above figures exclude Little Fishes Nursery.
Nature of Support
- Additional teaching staff to provide 1:1 tuition in upper Key Stage 2.
- Additional TA support to deliver personalised intervention programmes.
- Provision of extra-curricular activities for children both in and out of school.
- Provision of nurturing and counselling sessions.
- Enabling pupils to benefit from school trips and after school clubs by providing financial support to families.
- Additional resources/equipment to meet pupil needs.
- Improved progress and attainment in Year 6 SATs, Year 1 Phonics Screening Check and EYFS, results for all pupils, including those in receipt of Pupil Premium.
- 87% of pupils achieved Level 4 in Reading, Writing and Maths (RWM) compared to 79% nationally.
- 30% of pupils achieved Level 5 in Reading, Writing and Maths (RWM) compared to 24% nationally.
- 75% of pupils in receipt of receipt of pupil premium achieved Level 4 in Reading, Writing and Maths (RWM) compared to 67% nationally.
- 100% of pupils in receipt of pupil premium made expected or better progress in Reading and Writing. 75% of pupils in receipt of pupil premium made expected or better progress in and Maths.
Year 2 Phonics Screening Check
- 67% of pupils passed the Phonics Screening Check compared to 66% Nationally
- 100% of pupils in receipt of pupil premium passed the Phonics Screening Check compared to 60% nationally.
Year 1 Phonics Screening Check
- 91% of pupils passed the Phonics Screening Check compared to 74% nationally.
- 100% of pupils in receipt of pupil premium passed the Phonics Screening Check compared to 63% nationally.
- 47% of pupils achieved the GLD (Good Level of Development) compared to 61% above nationally.
- 40% of pupils in receipt of pupil premium achieved the GLD (Good Level of Development) compared to 45% nationally.
- Interventions run by teachers and TAs, such as Word Shark for spelling and booster maths sessions, had a significant positive impact upon progress in reading, writing and maths which is reflected in our data.
- Pupils who attended extra-curricular activities, such as Drumming Club, have developed a variety of skills and have made invaluable progress in terms of their confidence and self-esteem. Taking part in these activities has also enabled them to make new friends, feel settled in school and develop their social skills.
- The children who attended counselling have all benefitted greatly from their sessions. The impact of providing children with time to reflect upon their feelings and explore their emotions is far-reaching. For example, both home and school have witnessed improved behaviour and increased levels of confidence.
- Attending After School Club has enabled pupils to socialise with their peers, eat healthy snacks and to complete their homework using school resources. Taking part in school trips has enabled children to consolidate and extend the learning that has taken place at school, experience different places and enjoy time outside of school with their peers.
- Additional resources that have been bought, such as new school uniforms, have helped to reduce the financial pressures that some families can experience.