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Pupil Premium

PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING AT WARREN WOOD PRIMARY ACADEMY 2016/17

The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement. These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals, those looked after by the local authority and children of armed service personnel. The intended effect of this funding is to accelerate progress and raise attainment.

In most cases the Pupil Premium is allocated to schools and is clearly identifiable. It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium allocation is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility.

All schools are required to report on the amount of funding received, how this is being used, and the impact of any work done.

 

In the 2016/17 financial year Warren Wood Primary Academy will receive £126,040 in Pupil Premium funding.

Context of School

Warren Wood Primary Academy is larger than the average-sized primary school. A high proportion of pupils are eligible for the pupil premium, which provides additional funding for children in the care of the local authority, pupils known to be eligible for free school meals and those from service families. There are currently no pupils from service families in the school. The proportion of disabled pupils and those with special educational needs who are supported at school action is below the national average, and the proportion supported at school action plus or with a statement of special educational needs is above the national average. The proportion of pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds and those who speak English as an additional language is below the national average. The school has a specially resourced provision for 34 pupils with speech and language difficulties.

Impact of Progress of Pupil Premium Children 2015/2016

 

EYFS  % Pupil Premium Achieving a Good Level of Development
Our School 83%
Year 1 % Pupil Premium Pupils Achieving in the Year 1 Phonics Test
Our School 79%
End of KS1 Assessments % Pupil Premium Pupils Achieving Expected Standard
Reading Our School 71%
Maths Our School 71%
End of KS2 Assessments Combined Reading, Writing and Maths at Expected Standard
% Pupil Premium Pupils Achieving Expected Standard
Our School  14%
% Pupil Premium Pupils Achieving a Higher Standard
Our School  0%

 

Objective of Pupil Premium Spending

Focus on learning across the curriculum.

Focus on social, emotional and behaviour.

Focus on enrichment beyond the curriculum.

Focus on families and community.

 

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll 320
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 149 (46.6%)
Total number of pupils eligible for Deprivation Pupil Premium 145
Amount of PPG received per pupil £1,320
Total number of pupils eligible for Service Child funding 3
Amount of Service Child Premium per pupil £300
Total number of pupils eligible for Looked After Premium funding. 1
Amount of Looked After Premium funding per pupil £1,900
Total amount of PPG received £161,040

 

 

Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligible for PP)

In-school barriers (issues to be addressed in school)

  1. Pupils eligible for PP are less likely to achieve age related expectations in writing.
  2. Pupils eligible for PP are less likely to achieve age related expectations in maths.
  3. Pupils eligible for the PP who are emotionally and social vulnerably are less likely to thrive.

External barriers (issues which require action outside school)

  1. 42% of pupils eligible for PP have attendance rates which are lower than 95%
  2. Pupils eligible for PP are more likely to experience interruptions in their emotional and social lives.
  3. Pupils eligible for the PP are less likely to experience enrichment opportunities.

Record of Pupil Premium Grant Spending by initiatives 2016/2017

Chosen action Cost
SALT Therapy £4727
Home School Support Worker (50%) £8250
Breakfast Club £3500
SEAAS £5000
Education City £4468
School Based Counselling £2800
Story Hunters (23 Year 4 children) £2277
Accelerated Reader £8200
Families and Schools Together £5000
Additional Teaching Assistant £15000
Extra-curricular subsidy £10000
Individual Uniform Budget £7500
No Nonsense Grammar and Spelling £1000
Number Masters £6000
Now Press Play Play – Interactive Headphones. Costing not yet agreed

Impact of Pupil Premium Grant Spending 2016/2017

 

Other Supporting Evidence of Impact

 

All matters regarding the use of Pupil Premium funds are treated with discretion and in confidence.

For more information on the Pupil Premium, please visit:

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/pupilsupport/premium

PE & SCHOOL SPORT FUNDING 2016/2017

Action Cost Aim & outcomes
Appointment of a PE co-ordinator Paid by school ·        Improve the quality of teaching in PE

·        Deliver constant CPD/Lesson support programme to enhance class teachers ability to teach PE

·        Train Sport Crew/Leadership Programme

·        Improve quality of breakfast, lunch and afterschool sports clubs

·        Improve % of children taking part in competitions

·        Implement clubs for G&T and less active children

·        Promote healthier lifestyles through Mile a day

·        Run an inter-house programme

Swimming Lessons & Lifeguard £4560.00 ·        Improve water confidence

·        Improve the % of children who can swim 25 metres

·        Give children a skill they need for life

Greenacre Sports Partnership Membership £500 ·        Health & safety advice

·        Equipment loan

·        Sports Co-ordinator support

·       One free place to the annual GSP PE & School Sports Conference.

·        Application guidance to the Sainsbury’s School Games Mark Accreditation

·        Access to the Primary Football League

·        Access to Dance Fusion Competition

Day of Sport £500 ·        Children participate in a full day of Sport with some of the activities provided by an outside organisation.
Sports Day £250 ·        Purchase equipment, medals, certificates & trophies for Sports Day.
Transport £2500 ·        Transport children to Mini Youth Games & Primary School Games competitions

·        Transport for Swimming

·        Transport for Disability Youth Games

·        Transport for Primary Football League

·        Transport for Dance Fusion

Inter-house competitions £100 ·        Purchase of equipment, trophies & plaques for our inter-house programme.
Sports Crew £100 ·        Purchase badges for Sports Crew

·        Purchase Jackets for Sports Crew

Primary Football League £400 ·        Purchase of a Football kit
Equipment £480 ·        Equipment to use to improve the quality of teaching in PE, improve clubs, assist with Sports Crew & inter-house games.

·        Introduction of new Sports – Ultimate Frisbee & Boxercise.

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Warren Wood Community Primary School and Language Unit Pupil Premium 2013-2014

How much Pupil Premium do we have?

  • PPG 2013 /14 – £91541

How has this been spent?

  •  Additional Teaching staff deployed across Key Stages
  •  Additional full time LSA allocation in all classes
  •  1 -1 LSA support for 4 vulnerable pupils in Year 1 and 2
  • Teaching and SEN resources

What were the outcomes?

  • Foundation Stage 2 37% increase in children reaching the expected level (GLD)
  • Key Stage 1 15% increase in reading, 9% increase in writing, 15% increase in maths at the higher level 3
  •  Lower Key Stage 2 15% increase in children reaching level 3 in both English and Mathematics. 15% increase in maths at the higher level 4
  •  Upper Key Stage 2 24% increase maths at L4+ and 21% increase in maths at the higher level 5

What outcomes do we expect?

  • Almost all children to achieve their end of year targets
  • Increase in the average point score for Pupil Premium children
  • Better than average (accelerated) progress for Pupil Premium children
  • Meet the statutory floor targets for Key Stage 2
  •  Standards in KS2 to continue on an improvement trend
  • More children in KS1 to gain the higher levels of 2a and 3
  • The quality of teaching to be consistently good