Service Pupil Premium
Plans for the Academic Year 2019 – 2020
Total Pupil Premium income for 2019 – 2020 is £18,360.
The plan is to use this funding in the following ways:
- Dedicated TA support – 1-2-1, nurture groups, interventions
- Resources – ICT resources eg IXL Maths, My Lexia reading support
- Additional TA support
- 1-2-1 teaching support
Review of the Academic Year 2018 – 2019
For the year 2018 – 2019 St Andrew’s Church of England Primary School received a total of £17,512 pupil premium funding. The fund was spent in the following way:
Dedicated teaching assistant (TA) support – TA support was employed to support pupil premium children throughout school. The support included nurture groups, 1-2-1 sessions, small group work and social and emotional sessions to support transition to high school.
Resources – Online subscriptions, designed to assist learning in reading and maths, were purchased.
Significant additional SENCo time was required to support pupil premium children this year.
The impact was as follows:
- All Pupil Premium Year 6 pupils transitioned well to their high schools.
- 91% of children receiving pupil premium, at the end of KS2 in 2019, achieved the expected standards in reading, writing and maths.
- Attendance of pupil premium pupils increased from 97.29% for the year 2017-2018 to 98.49% for the year 2018-2019.
EYFS ASSESSMENT DATA (Summer 2019) – PUPIL PREMIUM PUPILS (4)
Three out of the 4 pupils who received pupil premium achieved a Good Level of Development (GLD 75%)
YEAR 1 PHONICS SCREEN (2019)- – PUPIL PREMIUM PUPILS (5)
All 5 pupils who received pupil premium passed the Year 1 phonics screening check.
KEY STAGE 1 ASSESSMENT DATA (Summer 2019) (% – rounded) – PUPIL PREMIUM PUPILS
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KEY STAGE 2 ASSESSMENT DATA (Summer 2019) (% – rounded) – PUPIL PREMIUM PUPILS
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Plans for the Academic Year 2018 – 2019
Review of the Academic Year 2017 – 2018
A total budget of £21,240 was allocated for the year 2017 – 2018. The budget was spent in the following ways.
• £6040.00 was spent on SEN (Special Educational Needs) support. This ranged from specialised external support to cover time to allow the school SENCO to write up reports. Nurture groups were established to support children who lacked self-esteem because they were new to the school.
• £1800.00 was budgeted to provide additional teaching assistant support to targeted children.
• £2500.00 was allocated to purchasing IT licenses. MyLexia and IXL provided online reading and mathematics support to children both at school and at home.
• £4544.81 was put towards the development of the Key Stage 1 play area. The social and emotional development of children is paramount to their overall successes. It was noted that the previous play area had little opportunity for social interaction and so the area was resurfaced and a programme of adding activities has begun.
• £194.50 was allocated to train a member of staff in counselling children.
• £6160.69 paid for an additional teacher to provide catch-up programmes for pupils in Key Stage 2.
• All Pupil Premium children in EYFS made a Good Level of Development.
• The number of accidents in the Key Stage 1 play area has dramatically decreased. The new area allows greater opportunities for pupils to play games, interact and socialise.
• 96.7% of the children in Year 1 passed the phonics screening test. 83.3% of Pupil Premium children passed the phonics screening test.
• Key Stage 1 data (reading, writing and maths) in line with or above national averages.
• Improved self-esteem amongst a number of targeted children. Children more able to engage in conversation with their peers and adults in school.
• Pupil Premium children make progress in line with or above that of their peers.
• Every Pupil Premium child passed their end of KS2 reading and maths tests. 75% of Pupil Premium children in Year 6 passed their Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling test.