The Pupil Premium strategy document for 2016 – 2017 can be read here
Pupil Premium Impact Statement 2015 – 16
Below is the Pupil Premium Impact Statement for 2015/16, if you would like to the see the draft expenditure for 2016/17, please click this link
The Pupil Premium is a specific grant based on:
- Children registered eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) or at any point over the last 6 years (Ever 6)
- Looked after children (LAC)
- Children of parents currently serving in the armed forces.
The pupil premium is designed to narrow the potential academic gap and address the emotional and social well-being of these pupils. It is additional to main school funding and it will be used by this school to address any underlying inequalities between children eligible by ensuring that funding reaches the pupils who need it most.
In 2015 / 16, there are 105 children eligible for Pupil Premium funding. This equates to approximately 20% of the school population of which 5% have SEN.
This year, our school received a Pupil Premium Grant of £138,600
At Rose Hill our vision is that all our children, including those eligible for Pupil Premium leave school having;
- Maximised their academic potential
- Developed skills for life, including respect for all, having a positive outlook on life, taking responsibility for their own behaviour and learning, listening to others.
- Had a range of experiences, including participating in music, sport and a residential activity.
In order to determine spending priorities, the school analyses internal and external data, examines historical attainment and trends and speaks with pupils and staff. As a school we get a significant amount of additional funding and we are determined to ensure that it has maximum impact.
In 2015 / 16 we used the Pupil Premium funding to provide:
|Action / Spend Area||Cost|
|Attendance monitoring and support, including the funding of the Learning Mentor and office staff. To monitor and work with families where there are concerns with punctuality and attendance. To support families with other barriers/concerns that may be impacting on achievement within school. To provide nurture groups to meet social and emotional needs of children.||£20,448|
|Lunchtime / pastoral support, to improve children’s self-confidence, teamwork and peer interaction through Restorative Approaches.||£900|
|Lunchtime sport activities, to provide all children with equal opportunities to access sports coaching. To provide an enjoyable and fulfilling experience which will have benefits in other areas of learning.||£3900|
|Enrichment activities, including a wide range of termly visits and visitors to the school. To provide a broad and enriched curriculum for all.||£1575|
|Drama Specialist, to develop skills in speaking and listening, understanding characters thoughts and feelings.||£1599|
|Extended school activities, including a wide range of after school clubs run by staff and external companies.||£1000|
|Play bags are sent home to encourage families to support their children’s learning at home.||£900|
|Teaching Assistant in EYFS provide targeted support for pupil premium children in class and smaller group.||£13,655|
|Teaching Assistant in Year 1 and Year 2 to provide targeted support for pupil premium children in class and in small groups. To ensure that eligible children make accelerated progress from their individual starting point.||£13,655|
|Small group intensive phonics support.||£6,827|
|1:1 and small group reading support using specific reading programmes.||£6,827|
|After school Year 2 booster groups led by teachers.||£1000|
|Teaching Assistants in Years 3 – 5 to provide targeted support for pupil premium children in class and in small groups. To ensure that eligible children make accelerated progress from their individual starting point.||£27,310|
|English, maths and science revision materials purchased for Year 6.||£332.50|
|After school Year 6 booster groups led by teachers.||£1000|
|Teaching Assistants in to provide targeted support for pupil premium children in class and in small groups. To ensure that eligible children make accelerated progress from their individual starting point.||£27,310|
As a result of the additional funding, these children will make better progress and achieve higher standards that would have been likely without.
Outcomes / Impact
The summary below shows the children’s expected progress in each year group for 2014/15 and 2015 /16, comparing those children entitled to Pupil Premium with those who are not.
Key Stage 1
|16 Children PP||No PPG||PPG||Gap|
|Key Stage 1||Expected +Reading||87%||68%||19%|
Key Stage 2
|Key Stage 2||ExpectedReading||75%||42%||33%|
Phonics Year 1
|Non PPG (number)||PPG (number)||Gap|