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Pupil Premium at Calverley CE Primary 2019/20

Total Value 2019/20: £51,440

“Bear one another's burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ.” (Galatians 6:2)

Our Pupil Premium Vision

At Calverley, our vision is provide the very best opportunities for all our children and especially those who require our support we want all children to be successful learners and confident individuals.  We aim to prepare all children for the next stage of their education and for their adult life.  We aim to provide disadvantaged children the same chances to succeed as their peers and diminish any differences in academic achievement and opportunity.

Pupil Premium Grant for 2018/19 financial year

  • Our Pupil Premium Grant for 2018/19 was £33,770 (c.2.5% of our overall budget)

Progress at the end of Key Stages, July 2018

  • Key Stage 2:  We had four disadvantaged children in our cohort at the end of Key Stage 2.  100% attained at least National Expectation in Reading, EGPS and Maths, with 25% meeting the higher standard in Reading, 75% in EGPS & 100% in Maths.  75% attained  National  Expectation in Writing.  Key Stage 1: We had a cohort of three disadvantaged children, two of whom did not meet National standard.
  • Phonics at Year 1: 3 out of 4 disadvantaged children passed the Phonics Screening .
  • Foundation Key Stage: Internal data suggests no significant gaps exist

Current Attendance

  • In 2018/19 overall attendance of Disadvantaged children was 94% which is below national and represents a 1.5% gap to other children in school.
  • Rates of persistent absence were in line with other children in school.

Support for Learning

  • A number of our children are Looked After or Adopted and they require focused programmes to support their needs
  • Some of our disadvantaged children lack the kind and range of experiences other children in school receive
  • In key stage 2 our consistent cohort of disadvantaged children made at least as good progress as their peers and often better
  • Gaps existed in attaining national standard  in all subjects at the end of KS1 and we will track this carefully in Year 3
  • Although a gap exists in outcomes of Phonics Screening in Y1, the difference is less than the percentage of 1 disadvantaged child.

Our Plan for the 2019/20 Academic Year

Target

Actions

Cost

How progress will be measured

Ensure children in receipt of Pupil premium + have specific programmes of support and appropriate levels of 1:1 support

  • Provision of experienced Teaching Assistant to provide additional support

£29,000

Children included and attendance is 95%+

Outcomes at all data drops and end of Key Stage results

Increase numbers of disadvantaged children attaining at greater depth at the end of KS1

  • Provision of Teaching Assistant 5 mornings/week to support learning
  • Staff attend maths and literacy training aimed at promoting high attainment

£11,213

Outcomes at all data drops and end of Key Stage results

Improve school’s understanding of specific support to help individual children overcome any specific barriers to learning.

  • AHT given role of Pupil Premium Champion
  • TA for each phase to act as lead Family contact to meet Parents and children
  • Provision for trips, clubs, uniform etc

£2,500

£7,500

£8,000

Positive Feedback from parents; improved results for children; improved rates of attendance

Total spend

£58, 213

Pupil Premium Grant

£51,440

Outcomes for our plan to address barriers to learning in the 2017/18 academic year

Target

Actions

Cost

How progress will be measured

Improve achievement of disadvantaged pupils at the end of KS2, including to higher level

  • Provision of experienced Teaching Assistant to provide additional support 5 mornings/week in Year 6
  • Teachers paid for small group interventions 2x1hr/week

£15,742

£1,004

Outcomes at all data drops and end of Key Stage results

100% of disadvantaged children attained the national standard in Maths & Reading; 66% attained national standard in wriitng

Increase numbers of disadvantaged children attaining at greater depth at the end of KS1

  • Provision of Teaching Assistant 5 mornings/week to support learning
  • Staff attend maths and literacy training aimed at promoting high attainment

£11,213

Outcomes at all data drops and end of Key Stage results

66% of disadvantaged children attained the Higher Standard in maths, reading and writing

Total spend

£27,959

Pupil Premium Grant

£26,400

Dates for Pupil Premium Reviews:

To be confirmed at Governing Body Meeting, November 2018.

Outcome of Pupil Premium Spending in 2015/16 academic year.

Pupil Premium Grant: £28,250

Target

Actions

Cost

Outcome

(overall outcomes in italics)

Ensure no gaps exist in outcomes for disadvantaged children from their peers at end KS2

  • Additional Teaching Assistants

support provided for Y6

£17,931

  • Disadvantaged children achieved above other children nationally in writing
  • Disadvantaged children achieved higher than other children in school at maths
  • Gaps were recorded in reading in school and to national others in maths and reading
  • School’s progress in writing was greater than national, but lower for reading and maths

Improve outcomes for disadvantaged children in Phonics at end Y1

  • Additional Teaching Assistant support provided for Y1

£11,213

  • Gap from disadvantaged children in school to national disadvantaged halved from 2015 to become broadly in line with national

Ensure smooth transition from YR into Y1

  • Pay for attendance at Summer Holiday club for a disadvantaged child

£196

  • This child has made successful transition into Y1

Provide music tuition for disadvantaged children

  • Individual tuition provided

£340

  • Children have continued to make progress

Total spend

£29,680