Pupil Premium

Pupil premium letter to parents November 2017

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement April 2017 – April 2018 

The Pupil Premium is grant funding and is in addition to the School’s Delegated Budget. It is allocated to children from low-income families and children who have been looked after in care continuously for more than six months or have been adopted. Pupil Premium Funding is used to raise attainment, promote social skills, independent learning and positive behaviour in order to increase pupil progress and well-being. At Cartwright and Kelsey Primary School we have chosen to allocate funding, resources and intervention in-line with the school year.

The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM), children in care and adopted children and their peers by ensuring that funding reaches the pupils who need it most. Children from Service families are also eligible for additional funding to support their well-being.

 

In most cases the Pupil Premium is allocated to schools and is clearly identifiable. It is for the school to decide how the Pupil Premium is spent. However, schools will be held accountable for how they have used the additional to support eligible pupils and families.

 

Cartwright and Kelsey Primary School has a varied intake of children with many different needs. These needs range from SEN, health issues, EAL, post-LAC and FSM. Of the total of our children on school role 15% of our children (26) are eligible to receive Pupil Premium Funding (September 2017).

The school makes every effort to encourage parents who are eligible for FSM to do so.

The school is clear in its aims and vision that all pupils should be given the opportunity to achieve to their full potential, to the best of their ability.

Cartwright and Kelsey has tracking systems to ensure the progress of all pupils is followed closely, both as an individual and as part of different groups. Pupil Premium pupils are tracked as a vulnerable group. Pupils in this group who require additional support are identified through regular pupil progress meetings with teachers, headteacher and the SENCo, through communication with parents and through links outside agencies.

* Pupil Premium Champion – Fiona Crascall (Head Teacher).

* Pupil Premium Governor – Lisa Porreca.

  • ‘It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium, allocated to schools per FSM pupil, is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility’ (Source - DfE website)

All of our pupil premium funding is spent on our pupil premium children.

Funding received for 2014/2015:  £50190

Funding received for 2015/2016:   £57634

Funding received for 2016/2017: £60720

Funding allocated for 2017/2018: £50,160

 Pupil Premium Expenditure 2017-18

Intervention

Led by

Cost

Early years intervention for children with speech and language difficulties EYFS/KS1 (Speech and Language Link)

Teaching assistants

1125

Numbers Count (1 to 1) YEARS  2 & 3 (including resources) (Until July 2017)

Teacher

2000

Numbers Count Lite (1 to 1) YEARS 2,3 & 4 and resources

Teaching assistants

672.50

Maths follow up groups (until July 2017)

Teaching assistants

1150

Booster lessons (small group) YEARS 2 & 6

Teacher

6000

Counselling (1 to 1) ALL YEARS (until July 2017)

Counsellor

357

Reading programmes (1 to 1) ALL YEARS – BRP

Teaching assistants

1350

Reading comprehension

Teaching assistant

350

Beanstalk Reading programme (1 to 1) – 3 volunteer readers

Trained volunteers

750

Daily reading

Teaching assistants

780

Phonics interventions

Teaching Assistants

2150

Additional writing support

Teaching assistant

450

Co-ordination programmes (small group)

YEARS 1 & R

Teaching assistants

1200

Classroom support

ALL YEARS

Teaching assistants

25500

Additional classroom resources

ALL YEARS

1750

Clubs ALL YEARS – including breakfast and after school club.

Teachers/teaching

Assistants

650

Year 6 residential  visit (July 2017)

Teacher

650

Educational visits

450

HLTA interventions (from January 2018)

HLTA

4,250

TOTAL

£51,584,50

IMPACT OF OUR INTERVENTION PROGRAMMES

Foundation Stage

FOUNDATION STAGE 2015/16

GLD

% GLD

Number of children

18

14/18

77.8%

Number of pupil premium

5

1/5

20%

FOUNDATION STAGE 2016/17

GLD

%GLD

Number of children

26

1/26

57%

Number of pupil premium

1

0/1

0% (1 pupil)

 Year 1 Phonics

2015-2016

Number achieving

% achieving

Number of children

29

27/29

93.1%

Number of pupil premium

6

5/6

83.3%

2016-2017

Number

achieving

% achieving

Number of children

16

15

94%

Number of pupil premium

4

3/4

75%

 Key Stage 1 results, Year 2

June 2016

SCHOOL

(28 CHILDREN)

NATIONAL

PUPIL PREMIUM 

(8 CHILDREN)

NATIONAL

Reading

% expected standard +

71.4

74.0

25.0

61.5

For 3/8 of PP children, progress was expected.

1/8 made better than expected progress.

Writing

% expected standard +

57.1

65.5

0.0

51.6

For 2/8 of PP children, progress was expected.

Maths

% expected standard +

75.0

72.6

37.5

59.5

For 5/8 of PP children, progress was expected.

Reading

% greater depth

17.9

23.6

0.0

13.3

Writing

% greater depth

10.7

13.3

0.0

6.5

Maths

% greater depth

14.3

17.8

0.0

9.6

June 2017

SCHOOL

(28

CHILDREN)

NATIONAL

PUPIL PREMIUM 

(5 CHILDREN)

NATIONAL

Reading

% expected standard +

71%

75.5%

60% (60% made good or better progress)

Writing

% expected standard +

64%

68.2%

40% (80% made good or better progress)

Maths

% expected standard +

68%

75.1%

60% (60% made good or better progress)

  Key Stage 2 results, Year 6

June 2016

SCHOOL

(23 CHILDREN)

Progress from KS 1 to KS 2

NATIONAL

PUPIL PREMIUM 

(7 CHILDREN)

NATIONAL

Reading

% expected standard +

60.9

0.3

65.6

20.0

52.4

For 3/7 of PP children progress was significantly higher than the national average.

Writing

% expected standard +

82.6

1.0

74.0

40.0

63.2

For 2/7 of PP children progress was significantly higher than the national average.

For 3/7 of PP children progress was higher than the national average.

Maths

% expected standard +

60.9

-2.4

69.7

60.0

56.7

For 1/7 of PP children progress was significantly higher than the national average.

For 1/7 of PP children progress was higher than the national average.

Reading, writing, maths combined

% expected standard +

34.8

53.2

0.0

38.4

Grammar, spelling  and punctuation

% expected standard +

52.2

72.4

40.0

60.2

Reading

% greater depth

13.0

18.7

0.0

9.6

Writing

% greater depth

0.0

14.7

0

8.1

Grammar, spelling  and punctuation

% greater depth

13.0

22.5

0

13.2

Maths

% greater depth

4.3

16.6

0

8.4

June 2017

SCHOOL

(28

CHILDREN)

Progress from KS 1 to KS 2

NATIONAL

PUPIL PREMIUM 

(8 CHILDREN)

PUPIL PREMIUM KENT

Reading

% at expected standard

64%

-2.3

71%

19% GDS

28%

Writing

% at expected standard

68%

-3.5

76%

15% GDS

42%

Maths

% at expected standard

54%

-4.4

75%

17% GDS

14%

GPS

% at expected standard

68%

77%

37.5%

Combined

46%

64.4%

14%

48%

               

Impact of specific intervention programmes

Achievement: The additional education and emotional support provided (through focused adult support and additional resources) during this year ensured that throughout the school children entitled to Pupil Premium have made some progress.  Enrichment activities were provided to enable pupils to further develop confidence and self-esteem.

Parental Engagement: Through our parental social interaction groups there has been an increased level of parental engagement. This in turn has had a positive impact on children’s learning. Our Family Liaison Officer’s support has enabled a clear line of communication between home and school.

Residential/Social and Cultural Visits:. All Pupil Premium children in other year groups will participate in relevant educational visits.

 Barriers to future attainment and progress

50% of the pupil premium children currently also have additional special educational needs which impacts on their ability to attain at the expected standard and /or make expected progress

Monitoring and evaluation

The provision for each child in receipt of pupil premium funding is discussed during pupil progress meetings with the Headteacher, SENCO and class teacher. Provision is adapted accordingly in light of these meetings and budget allocations to particular strategies may be revised. Data/Pupil Premium Governors monitor the impact of pupil premium funding and interventions.

The next full review of the Pupil Premium Strategy will take place in April 2018.

Pupil Premium Expenditure and Planned Intervention 2017-2018

In the academic year 2017-18, the Pupil Premium allocation to Cartwright and Kelsey Primary School is £50,160 and is worth either £1,900 for children that are looked after or postcare, £1,320 for children that are entitled to free school meals or £300 for children whose parents are service personnel.

 



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