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Pupil Premium 2014-2015

The 2014-2015 allocation was £93,300 (plus £9,910 carried forward)

The following shows how we are allocating the money from the Pupil Premium Grant throughout this academic year:

 

- Small group support for basic skills provided by class teachers one afternoon per week for each class

- Purchasing additional cover for classes to release class teachers to provide targeted support each week

- Continuing to employ support staff for additional hours to enable targeted interventions to take place across the school

- Direct pastoral support for families and individual pupils through continuing to employ our Family Support Officer

- Continuing to employ Kalmer counselling to provide individualised support and small group work

- Begin to implement the Thrive approach across the school, supporting the social and emotional wellbeing of our pupils

- Continuing to subsidise Breakfast Club

- Continuing to employ teaching assistants for increased hours to offer specific support where needed

- Literature Works programme

- Buying a range of teaching and learning resources from Scholastic to support the implementation of the National Curriculum 2014

- Providing training and support to staff from an expert in the field of technology

- Increasing the number of licenses for the Lexia programme to allow more pupils to access the intervention across the school at a given time

- Providing additional release for the SENCO to support pupils and families across the school

- Purchase of additional ICT equipment to enhance the learning opportunities of pupils across the school

- Working in partnership with Hen Power

- Providing financial support where needed to ensure that all pupils have the same access to visits and residential trips, school equipment and uniforms as required

Of the 93% that achieved Level 4 or above in reading, writing and mathematics, 80% achieved Level 4B+ and 13% achieved Level 5.   The percentage of disadvantaged pupils (11 in the cohort) who reached Level 4B+ was 82% and 18% of these disadvantaged pupils achieved Level 5 in reading, writing and mathematics.

 

Key Stage 2 Performance 2015 – PUPIL PREMIUM/Non PP

 

READING:

 

PP

Non PP

Pupils achieving Level 4

100%

90%

Pupils achieving Level 5

60%

80%

Pupils achieving Level 6

0%

0%

Pupils achieving L4B+ (Nat avg)

100%

90%

Pupils making 2 levels progress

100%

90%

Pupils making 3 levels progress

73%

60%

Pupils making 4 levels progress

0%

0%

Average point score

30.6

31.0

 

WRITING:

 

 

PP

Non PP

Pupils achieving Level 4

100%

90%

Pupils achieving Level 5

33%

60%

Pupils achieving Level 6

13%

20%

Pupils achieving L4B+ (Nat avg)

100%

90%

Pupils making 2 levels progress

100%

100%

Pupils making 3 levels progress

73%

60%

Pupils making 4 levels progress

40%

20%

Average point score

29.8

31.2

 

MATHS:

 

 

PP

Non PP

Pupils achieving Level 4

100%

90%

Pupils achieving Level 5

47%

70%

Pupils achieving Level 6

0%

20%

Pupils achieving L4B+ (Nat avg)

80%

90%

Pupils making 2 levels progress

100%

100%

Pupils making 3 levels progress

40%

60%

Pupils making 4 levels progress

0%

10%

Average point score

29.9

31.0

 

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling:

 

 

PP

Non PP

Pupils achieving Level 4

100%

90%

Pupils achieving Level 5

60%

80%

Pupils achieving Level 6

0%

0%

Pupils achieving L4B+ (Nat avg)

100%

90%

Average point score

30.1

28.9*

 

READING, WRITING & MATHS:

 

 

PP

Non PP

Pupils achieving Level 4

87%

90%

Pupils achieving Level 5

27%

40%

Pupils achieving Level 6

0%

0%

Pupils achieving L4B+ (Nat avg)

85%

90%

 


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