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Pupil Premium 2018/2019

Evaluation of Pupil Premium Objectives 2017-2018

Total Pupil Premium 2017-2018

Total number of pupils not including EY     269

Number of pupils eligible                            67

Total PP received                                       £84,800

Attainment (12 PP pupils in cohort)

 

Pupils Eligible for PP

Pupils not eligible for PP

% attaining at least EXS Reading, writing, maths, combined

64

 

Reading progress score

4.3

3.7

Writing progress score

5.7

2.6

Maths progress score

3.8

2.8

Attendance

94.99

97.15

 

 

Pupils eligible for PP

Pupils not eligible for PP

Ave Standardised Score Reading

100.4

106.8

Ave Standardised Score SPaG

104.1

109.3

Ave Standardised Score

Maths

100.2

105.5

 

Objectives:

Our objectives at Peafield Lane for 2017/18 remained as follows:

  1. To close the attainment gap for FSM and LAC pupil in all core subjects.
  2. To maintain the current teaching profile by supporting lead practitioners for Teaching and Learning and Early Intervention, to continue to develop teaching and learning across the school
  3. Engagement: to improve curriculum engagement and academic achievement for FSM and LAC students

 

In addition to this, our focus was on ensuring that we develop opportunities to extend our Higher Attaining Pupil Premium Pupils.

 

  1. To close the attainment gap for FSM and LAC pupil in all core subjects.

Strategy

Proposed Cost

Estimated Impact

ECaR

£14,000

Whilst data showed that some pupils receiving ECaR support made accelerated progress, when reviewed against the cost, and the needs of the 2018-19 PP cohort, it was agreed that the funding should no longer support this intervention.

Speech and Language Therapy

£20,000

This remains a key area of success. Children who have been attending Speech Therapy group and 1:1 sessions have improved their speech, sounds and improved their connected speech. They have also developed better listening skills and all pupils have made accelerated progress, narrowing the gap between this group and their peers.

ELSA

£800

Children who have received ELSA intervention or have taken part in drawing therapy have become more aware of their own emotions and have received support in talking about their emotions. This has been significantly valuable for pupils at key transition periods or following significant events. With an increase in numbers of PP premium pupils requiring this type of intervention, it has been agreed that additional funding will be directed into this area.

Personalised Learning Model

£17,000

Personalised learning has led to accelerated learning and maintained high outcomes in the 2017/18 data.

Accelerated learning focus groups for HA pupils in reading, writing and maths

£7,000

The percentage of PP pupils working at greater depth in all core subjects has increased. Progress of these pupils is significantly better that their original FFT 5 predictions.

 

 

2. To Maintain the Current Teaching Profile

Through school self-evaluation, and appraisal, effective practitioners will support and develop staff across school

Strategy

Proposed Cost

Estimated Impact

Team teaching/ modelling

£10,000

The personalised learning model has led to accelerated progress and improved outcomes across all year groups.

Planning support - Coaching and mentoring

£2000

A programme of coaching and mentoring for all staff has ensured that teaching remains at least good and has in turn impacted the outcomes of all pupils.

 

3. To improve curriculum engagement

To continue to provide attendance support and also to subsidise music and visits to ensure that equality of experience is maintained for all pupils.

Strategy

Cost

Impact

Attendance Officer (including additional support for education off site)

£10000

Whilst PP pupil attendance remains lower than that of non PP pupils, there has been a significant improvement +4% from 2016-17 to 2017-18.

Music Tuition

£2500

Pupils continue to enjoy their music tuition. Parental comments value this opportunity for all pupils.

Subsidised Trips

£1500

The subsidising of trips and visits has ensured that all pupils have access to these extra-curricular activities. School data shows and increased uptake of pupils.

 

Proposed Pupil Premium Objectives 2018/19

Pupil Premium 2018-19

Number of pupils (not including EYs)  267

 

Number of pupils eligible                     60

 

TOTAL PP received                             £88,240

 

 

Barriers to Learning:

* Language Acquisition – Speech and Language remains a key area for development in both EYFS and as vocabulary development throughout all phases

* An increased number of pupils presenting with emotional needs impacting on their readiness to learn

* Immature learning behaviours acting as a barrier in a key cohort

* Although improving, attendance of the PP cohort is still below school target

 

Objectives:

Our objectives at Peafield Lane for 2018/19 remain as follows:

1. To close the attainment gap for FSM and LAC pupil in all core subjects by ensuring pupils’ readiness to learn.

2. To maintain the current teaching profile by supporting lead practitioners for Teaching and Learning and Early Intervention, to continue to develop teaching and learning across the school

3. Engagement: to improve attendance, curriculum engagement and academic achievement for FSM and LAC students

 

In addition to this, our continued focus will be on ensuring that we develop opportunities to extend our Higher Attaining Pupil Premium Pupils.

 

1. To close the attainment gap for FSM and LAC pupil in all core subjects.

Interventions identified:

Strategy

Proposed Cost

Estimated Impact

Speech & Language Therapy

£20,000

Support will be given to pupils requiring additional 1:1 and small group support.

ELSA

£1,000

This ELSA will enable pupils with emotional difficulties to become more aware of their own emotions and receive support in talking about their emotions.

Access to Educational Psychologist

£6,000

This will enable pupils experiencing emotional needs to have more immediate access to required support, ensuring that their main focus can be upon their learning.

Personalised Learning Model

£17,000

Personalised learning has led to accelerated learning and maintained high outcomes in the 2015/16 data across all year groups. It is proposed that the continuation of this model will enable pupil progress and attainment to be maintained.

Accelerated Learning focus groups for HA pupils in reading, writing and maths.

£7000

The percentage of PP pupils working at greater depth in core subjects will increase.

 

2. To Maintain the Current Teaching Profile

Through school self-evaluation, and appraisal, effective practitioners will support and develop staff across school

The personalised learning model will be delivered effectively in all classes leading to accelerated progress and improved outcomes.

Strategy

Proposed Cost

Estimated Impact

Team teaching/modelling

£10,000

The personalised learning model will be delivered effectively in all classes leading to accelerated progress and improved outcomes.

Increase teacher support

£15,000

Reduced class sizes in Year 5 and 6 will ensure that pupils will receive more intensive support to accelerate progress and attainment.

Planning support

£2000

Focused planning of activities to support and facilitate learning will continue to lead to improved outcomes.

 

3. To improve curriculum engagement

To continue to provide attendance support and also to subsidise music and visits to ensure that equality of experience is maintained for all pupils.

Strategy

Cost

Estimated Impact

Attendance Officer (including additional support for education off site)

£10,000

High attendance rate will be maintained.

 

Music Tuition

£2,500

All pupils in KS2 will continue to receive high quality ukulele tuition.

Subsidised Trips

£1,500

The subsidising of trips and visits will continue to support and develop pupils’ confidence and independence.

 

These objectives will be reviewed October 2019


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