Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium: Lead Staff: DHT PP Champion

Link Governors Mrs L.Donn

 

In 2017 - 2018 financial year, the school received £74,500 pupil premium allocation and service allocation. Key objectives for this plan have been informed by internal and external judgements and current reasearch . The overarching objectives for the use of pupil premium spending in 2017 – 2018 are to:

  • To ensure class teachers understand and carry out their responsibilities to Pupil Premium Children
  • To ensure that the Pupil Premium Champion is fully aware of the provision and progress made by Pupil Premium Children
  • To provide short term additional focussed teaching to fill gaps in learning
  • To ensure that the link between home and school is strong and a learning partnership between home and school is sustained.
Year Group Pupil Premium LAC FSM(6) FSM Service
3 22 0 3 4 15
4 20 0 6 3 11
5 26 0 9 6 11
6 24 1 13 4 6
Total

92/210

43%

1

31/210

15%

17/210

8%

43/210

20%

What success will look like:

  • An increase of the percentage of disadvantaged children on track to achieve age related expectations in reading, writing and maths.
  • Diminish any in-school differences in attainment between disadvantaged children and non-disadvantaged children.

 

      KS1 - ARE+ EOY 2017 M1 M2 M3 EOY 2018 EOY Target
Reading Year 3 Dis - 7 5/7 - 71%           71%
Others - 41 32/41 - 78%           78%
Year 4 Dis - 10 8/10 - 80% 8/10 - 80%         80% - 89%
Others - 44 39/44 - 89% 36/44 - 81%         89%
Year 5 Dis - 15 14/15 - 93% 10/15 - 66%         88% - 93%
Others - 40 40/40 - 100% 35/40 - 88%         100%
Year 6 Dis - 17 17/17 - 100% 13/17 - 76%         88% - 100%
Others - 36 34/36 - 99% 32/34 - 88%         94%
Writing Year 3 Dis - 7 5/7 - 71%           71%
Others 41 29/41 - 71%           71%
Year 4 Dis - 10 4/10 - 40% 3/10 - 30%         40% - 68%
Others - 44 30/44 - 68% 22/44 - 50%         68%
Year 5 Dis - 15 13/15 - 87% 7/15 - 56%         73% - 87%
Others - 40 39/40 - 98% 29/40 - 73%         98%
Year 6 Dis - 17 16/17 - 94% 8/17 - 47%         83% - 94%
Others - 36 33/36 - 92% 30/36 - 83%         92%
Maths Year 3 Dis - 7 5/7 - 71%           71%
Others - 42 34/42 - 81%           81%
Year 4 Dis - 10 7/10 - 70% 6/10 - 60%         70-83%
Others - 44 33/44 - 83% 27/44 - 61%         83%
Year 5 Dis 15/15 - 100% 9/15 - 60%         80%
Others 39/40 - 98% 36/40 - 90%         98%
Year 6 Dis - 17 16/17 - 94% 11/17 - 65%         70% - 86%
Others - 36 31/36 - 86% 31/36 - 86%         94%

Strengths:

  • Good attainment in reading at both standards and in writing and maths at greater depth.
  • Teacher led interventions
  • Nuture Provisions
  • LSA interventions with SEN/PP children

Areas to develop:

  • Disadvantaged pupils do not currently achieve consistently in line with others nationally in reading, writing and mathematics.
  • To conference pupils
  • To improve handwriting and spelling for all PP.
  • To continue to improve the N-N tracking.
  • To ensure all prior higher attaining pupil premium children are back on track at greater depth.

 

Key Objective Impact on Learning Specific Actions Who is responsible? Time Scale Resources/Cost Monitoring/Feedback Arrangements
2.b

The gaps between disadvantagd pupils and their non-disadvantaged peers are closed significantly and rapidly

Capture

Percentage of those pupils who are on track is increased year on year, over key stage and relative to their starting points.

Percentage gap between disadvantaged pupils compared to others "on track to meet end of year age related expectations or above.

Ensure that Pupil Premium reports are not only accurate and robust but are responsive to the evidence as it presents itself during the year/s. DHT & HT End Autumn 2 & ongoing HIAS time (1% - £745)

LEAD: Headteacher & Assessment Leader

Monitoring

Hampshire assessment model tracking sheets for specific groups

Tracking sheets for SEN children

Pupil Progress meetings

Governors to participate in monitoring schedule (see Governors' monitoring plan)

Evaluation

HT reports to governors

Governor visits

SEN review

LLP report

English Leader report to governors

Maths leaders report to governors

Pupil Premium reports to governors

Review progress against Milestones in Dec, Mar and July.

Ensure children are identified and school tracking system is able to track progress and attainment of all children and specific groups. HT, DHT, SENco & SLT End Autumn 2 & ongoing Staff meeting & PP meetings (4% - £2980)
Ensure that Pupil Progress meetings identify clearly those disadvantaged pupils not on track (including greater depth). DHT, HT & SENCO End Autumn 2 & ongoing As above
Ensure that there is both staff training and specific support in order that judgements on attainment and progress are consistent and accurate. DHT & HT End Autumn 2 & ongoing As above
Ensure that QFT teaching is developed consistently over time so that it has a specific impact on the progress and attainment of groups of learners; especially those who are 'disadvantaged and not on track' HT & SLT Aut 2 Staff meetings & PP meetings (CPD cost 20% - £14900)
Ensuring that through strategic staff deployment those delivering interventions are able to do so because of their training, time and focus. HT Aut 2 Cost of AT & ED
Monitor progress and attainment of all disadvantaged children individually to plan and implement interventions when required. SENCo, Pupil Premium and SLT 1/2 termly Pupil Progress meetings
Report attainment and progress of specific groups of children governors, LA & other external parties HT, SENCo, PP Champion Ongoing Governor meetings
To continue monitoring school improvement objectives linked to PP in Maths and English in order to PP children catch up with age-related expectations

Percentage of those pupils who are on track for combined is increased year on year, over key stage and relative to their starting points.

2

Ensure End of milestone data outcomes analysed.

Fortnightly monitoring linked to monitoring timeline to identify progress over time.

Subject leads to amend action plan will be amended accordingly.

SLT, SENCo PP Champion Every Milestone SLT weekly meetings  
Ensure that teaching becomes consistently effective across the school

Observed lessons good or better

3

To provide support for all teaching staff through mentoring and coaching.

For all members of staff to have received, read and make reference to, Teaching Backwards

HT

Received Aut 1.

Completed Aut 2.

Staff meeting x1

Monitoring

Termly lesson observations and learning walks. Book and planning scrutiny.

Evaluation

SEF

Subject lead reports Milestone data drop

Key Objective Impact on Learning Specific Actions Who is responsible? Time Scales Resources/Cost Monitoring/Feedback Arrangements

3.a

Improve the impact of the Pupil Premium by employing more refined, focussed and responsive systems for monitoring

Percentage of those pupils who are on track is increased year on year, over key stage and relative to their starting points.

Refer to previous table

Action Plans; Premium and Attendance. Used and reflected on regularly as a working document SLT Autumn 1 HIAS support

Monitoring

Termly lesson observations and learning walks. Book and planning scrutiny. Interim performance management. Pupil progress meeting. N-N tracking grids

Evaluation

SEF

Subject lead reports Milestone data drop

Performance Management; Tight, bespoke targets, aligned with strategic plan, current data picture and end goal targets. HT & SLT Autumn 1 No cost
Pupil Progress Meetings; to include SENCo. Focussed on all underperforming pupils, highlighting underachieving disadvantaged pupils and specifically pinpointing pupils with SEN DHT & SENCo

Autumn 1

Spring 2

Summer 2

6 x days release (2 per term)
To deliver teacher interventions to disadvantaged children.

To increase the percentage of disadvantaged children who are on track to achieve ARE and above in reading, writing and maths. To diminish the age gaps

4

To identify children who are not on track and discuss with teaching staff barriers to learning.

Monitor group interventions

DHT, AT, ED

Every 6 weeks

Autumn 2

Spring 2

Summer 2

2 interventions teachers (40% - £29800)

Monitoring

Termly lesson observations and learning walks. Book and planning scrutiny.

Evaluation

PP report

SEF

Subject lead reports Milestone data drop

To provide highly targeted phonics and spelling teaching to increase the percentage of disadvantaged children on track to achieve ARE in writing, reading and maths.  

To identify and children in new cohort in Year 3.

Termly pupil progress meetings to discuss progress and barriers to learning.

Monitor RA/SA data drop after each data drop.

Monitor intervention programmes

SENCO LSAs End of each data drop LSAs (10% - £7450)

Monitor:

Group/intervention observations.

Learning Walks.

SENCo tracking grids

Evaluation:

SENCo report SA and RA data drop at each milestone.

To ensure those children's social and emotional needs that are fully met and ready to learn. 5

Class teachers to identify any children of concern and inform ELSA.

ELSA to have a "drop in" time for children to visit at break times.

To make sure all lunch time supervisors are aware of PP and nominate for top table

SENCO

ELSA

Lunchtime Supervisors

End of each data drop 5% - £3275

Monitor:

Inclusion meeting minutes

SENCo tracking grids

Evaluation:

SENCo report Data drop at each milestone.

To provide nurture provisions in the afternoon. 6

Identify children who have social and emotional needs or who are experiencing temporary difficulties or trauma.

Complete Boxalls profile

SENCO Inclusion Team Half termly 7% - £5215

Monitor:

SENCo tracking grids

Boxall profile

Learning walk

Evaluation:

SENCo report Data drops

To ensure all children are able to attend day trips and take part in extra-curricular activities. 7 Record number of children participating in extracurricular activities and trips. DHT, Admin Termly 2% - £1490

Monitor:

Monthly discussions with business manager

Evaluation:

PP report

To ensure the attendance, punctuality and good learning behaviour of disadvantaged children. 8

Weekly meetings with attendance officer and HSLW.

Monitor in the green and detention figures

DHT

HSLW

Admin

Weekly

Half Termly

10% - £7450

Monitor:

SIMs data for attendance

Meetings with key personel

Evaluation:

Attendance reports

To fund the HMS Phoenix Club 9 To discuss dates and activities for club. To provide staff with dates when parents are working away from home.

ELSA

DHT

Half Termly 1% - £745

Monitor:

Drop in pupil conferencing

Evaluation:

 

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Pupil Premium 2016-2017