Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Strategy 2017/18

School Aims

We aim to ensure that every child leaves Crackley Bank Primary able to display our school ethos of Care + Belief + Pride = Success. We aim for all of our pupils to be excited about learning and determined to succeed. We want to equip them with confidence, resilience and a passion for justice and equality. These qualities will enable them to achieve at all stages of their future lives.

The targeted and strategic use of Pupil Premium funding will support us in achieving our aims.

Principles:

Our principles are based upon addressing the barriers that affect some of our pupils – low attainment upon entry, social and emotional issues, and high mobility into the school all impact upon our pupils learning. We also focus upon addressing gaps in pupils’ understanding of the world in which they live to ensure that they develop into adults who contribute to their local, national and global communities in a meaningful and productive manner.

 

 

A breakdown of costings for 2017/18 are as follows:

Pupil Premium Allocation

 £112,200     85 pupils     47.4%

Area

 Frequency of support

 Costings (full year)

Precision TA Teaching– Y6

 Daily

 £17,800

HLTA  Additional release for staff development, Y4 & Y2 pupil support and training

 Daily

 £30,000

1: 1 TA – Y1 phonics

 Daily

 £9,800

1: 1 TA – Y2 reading

 Daily

 £9,800

Pupil Mentor

 Daily

 £3,400

Additional TA in Y2

 Daily

 £9,800

Additional Support in EYFS

Daily

 £8,900

K2M

 3 times per week

 £5,200

Annual Attendance

 Summer ‘17

 £400

Termly Attendance

 Termly

 £1,200

Behaviour Awards – KS1

 Termly

 £200

Behaviour Awards – KS2

 Termly

 £1,200

Travel & Educational Visits Subsidy

 Per visit

 £10,000

Nursery Uniform

 Autumn Term

 £250

Specific ICT packages: E.g. Maths Whizz

 Yearly

 £4000

Additional pupil needs

 As required

 £300

 

 

 

 

 Total

 £112,250   

 

All our work funded by the Pupil Premium will be aimed at accelerating progress so that the vast majority of children leave Crackley Bank Primary at, or above, the national average. We also aim for every child to make progress that is good or better, so that they leave having made expected progress from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2.

 

Allocation and Impact 2016/17:

Pupil Premium Allocation

£132,000

Area

Costings (full year)

Impact

Precision Teaching x 1 staff – Y6

£17,278

Increase in the percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths and the combined scaled cores. Increase in the average scaled score for Reading and Maths.

HLTA  Additional Literacy and Maths in Y6

£28,325

0.6 teacher Y5  - Additional Literacy and Maths – summer term

£9,007

Higher attainment of Y5 pupils compared to the previous years.

HLTA  Additional release for staff development, pupils support and training

£10,445

Strong subject leadership and robust monitoring of Key Development areas for the school.

1: 1 TA – Y1 phonics

£9, 636

Y1 phonics results 2017 are above the national average.

1: 1 TA – Y2 reading

£9, 636

Improved Y2 Reading results 2017.

Pupil Mentor

£3,043

Consistent and timely support for pupils experiencing short term or long term emotional difficulties.

Additional Support in EYFS

£8,440

Reception results 2017 in line with national average.

Additional Teacher in EYFS

£17,772

Annual Attendance

£200

Attendance for 2016/17 was in line with the national average and behaviour throughout the school is of a good standard.

Termly Attendance

£1,200

Behaviour Awards – KS1

£225

Behaviour Awards – KS2

£1,200

K2M – part subsidised

£8,962

Wide range of educational visits and experiences to broaden the experiences of pupils.

Travel Subsidy

£8,000

Nursery Uniform

£200

Nursery pupils were in the correct uniform for starting school.

 

 

 

 

£133,569

 

Reporting

The Governors of the school will ensure that there is an annual statement to parents and carers on how the Pupil Premium funding has been used to address the issue of ‘narrowing the gap’, for socially disadvantaged pupils. This statement will be published on the schools website.

Appeal

Any appeals against this policy will be through the Governors’ complaints procedure.

Review

This policy will be reviewed annually