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Pupil Premium Strategy 2017 – 2018

Amount of Pupil Premium received 2017-2018

  Ringsfield
Number of Pupils eligible 19
Total PP received £25944

Identified barriers to educational achievement

Ringsfield Church of England Primary School has identified the following as barriers for some of the pupils currently in receipt of Pupil Premium:

  • Access to language – from books as well as speaking and listening opportunities
  • Access to extra-curriculum activities – educational experiences such as trips, music lessons and participation in physical activities
  • Attendance
  • Parental engagement with school – especially regarding attendance at information and workshop evenings and completion of homework
  • The number of pupils who are in receipt of Pupil premium that are also on the SEN register for cognition and learning
  • Behaviour – pupils with specific social and emotional needs which affect their learning.
  • Learning behaviours – especially risk taking, confidence and resilience

Rationale for expenditure

As identified in the 2016-17impact statement there are only a few PP in each age group and so it is difficult to look for trends. However there is a lack of confidence with maths and a lack of inspiration with writing in general for PP children. A lot of expenditure has been allocated to extra support in the classroom through TA intervention; this support for the children will enable them to access more of the curriculum. Money has also been allocated for projects to focus on giving the PP children extra opportunities to develop their confidence and resilience such as the nurture group and outdoor learning activities. Many of the PP pupils’ parents are unable to afford to pay for school trips, residential visits and music tuition. In order to support their learning in all areas of the curriculum and to build confidence, the school has allocated funding to pay for these additional expenses throughout the academic year.

Key Expenditure – how the allocation will be spent 2017/2018

Area of Spend Focus Brampton Allocation Ringsfield Allocation
Additional teacher and TA support for focused interventions including reading, numeracy and speaking and listening English and maths   £20,277
Funding for outdoor learning experiences Personal and social   £962
Funding for extra-curricular music lessons/clubs Personal and social   £1,512
Funding for school trips and residential trips Personal and social   £625
Funding for book and breakfast club Personal and social, English   £1,384
Funding for dedicated nurture support for vulnerable pupils Personal and social   N/A

 

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016 – 2017

Amount of Pupil Premium received 2016-2017

 

Ringsfield

Number of pupils eligible

17 including 4 LAC

Total PP received

£24,760

Identified barriers to educational achievement

Ringsfield  Church of Engliand Primary School has identified the following as barriers for some of the pupils currently in receipt of Pupil Premium:

  • Access to curriculum – children need support to ensure good progress in maths and literacy
  • Access to extra-curriculum activities – educational experiences such as trips, music lessons and participation in physical activities
  • Attendance
  • Parental engagement with school – especially regarding attendance at information and workshop evenings and completion of homework
  • The number of pupils who are in receipt of Pupil premium that are also on the SEN register for cognition and learning
  • Behaviour – pupils with specific social and emotional needs which affect their learning.
  • Learning behaviours – especially risk taking, confidence and resilience

Rationale for expenditure

  • Funding a support teacher who works 1-1 and in very small groups with children across both school on speech and language, literacy and numeracy programmes
  • Teaching assistants supporting children in class, either individually or in small groups to support development of literacy and numeracy skills
  • An outdoor learning project provided by a specialist teacher to teach all children maths, science and English through gardening and cooking.
  • Forest schools teaching for certain year groups to develop learning behaviours such as confidence and resilience
  • A nurture group to support a small group of children in  developing learning behaviours such as independence and self-esteem.
  • Support for music tuition, trips and visits and any other expenses for pupil premium children to be able to access the extended curriculum.

Measuring the impact of PPG spending 2016/2017

 

Area of spend

Focus

Ringsfield allocation

Impact

Additional teacher and TA support for focused interventions including reading, numeracy and speaking and listening

English and maths

£20,277

Ringsfield Catch up literacy-From very below age expected to just below age expected.

Ringsfield Arithmetic Yr 6 53.8% at or above age expected

Funding for outdoor learning experiences

Personal and social

£962

Ringsfield showed increases in their scores in participation, communication and language, exploration, risk taking and relationships.

Funding for extra-curricular music lessons/clubs

Personal and social

£1,512

Increased confidence, resilience, self-worth

e.g. case study child- refusing to tackle SATs practise paper sat beginning of Yr 6 to sitting and performing to their best by May.

Funding for school trips and residential trips

Personal and social

£625

Increased confidence, resilience, self-worth

e.g. case study child- refusing to tackle SATs practise paper sat beginning of Yr 6 to sitting and performing to their best by May.

Funding for book and breakfast club

Personal and social English

£1,384

Ringsfield  61.5% of yr 6 at or above in reading

 

 

If your child does not have Free School Meals, but may be eligible because of your family's income level, please contact the office (in confidence) to register them. Even if you do not wish them to have the meals, this would mean the school could still claim Pupil Premium funding that may be used to help your child.

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