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John Hellins Primary School

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Statutory information

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium at John Hellins

Below details how we have spent our Pupil Premium funding and how we plan to spend it in the future.  The progress and achievement of all children are monitored extremely carefully at John Hellins and we endeavour to use the money to support the children in receipt of the funding, to be the best they can be.

Pupil Premium 2016-2017

For the financial year 16/17 we will receive:

9 x pupil premium £1320 = £11880

1 x ever6 £1320

1 x £1900 = £1900

Total = £15680

 

Intervention

Impact

Training on Catch Up programme £600

Highly trained TA able to deliver and organise the programme effectively. 

Catch up reading is delivered regularly and effectively.

Implementation of programme across KS2

£2400

80% on track for Reading (current 57%)

100%on track achieved

80% on track for Writing (current 57%)

100%on track achieved

86% on track for Numeracy (current 86%)

80% on track achieved

 

£3600 -Well-being leader – time to work with children on a variety of interventions including breakfast and snacks, social and emotional intervention.  Also supporting families and liaising with professionals and community groups.

Relationships with hard to reach families are strengthened.  Opportunities to ensure children are ready to learn are maximised (teachers will report on this). 

Teachers report that the impact of this is positive.  Each intervention has been assessed regarding impact and shared with the L&W Governors.

 

£1100 - £100 voucher to each parent to spend on trips, clubs, uniform of their choice

Parents feel ownership of the money.  Increased engagement with school – measured by attendance at parents meetings, homework completion Teachers report that positive feedback has been received from families.  Attendance at parents evening increased.  Parents have been happy to use the vouchers to pay for a variety of items including clubs, trips and uniform.

 

£14,013 KS1 TA Use for 1:1 and group intervention

Raise standards of PP children across EYFS and KS1 measured through data.

Standards remain high with all KS1 in receipt of PP receiving 1:1 and small group sessions regularly.  All pupils are making good progress.

 

Total spend

£21, 713

 

 

Additional funding £400 from Virtual Schools to provide 1:1 tutoring sessions.

Overall Impact of Pupil Premium Funding

  • All pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium make at least good progress in reading, writing and maths, year on year.

  • Some pupils demonstrate accelerated progress in one or more of the core areas.

  • A pupil survey demonstrated that 100%  of pupils in receipt of pupil premium feel that they are making good progress and say that they know how to improve further.

  • A pupil survey demonstrated that 100%  of pupils in receipt of pupil premium say that they feel happy and safe at school.

 

Pupil Premium 2015-2016

Intervention

Future Impact

Training on Catch Up programme £600

Highly trained TA

 

Implementation of programme across KS2

£6500

80% on track for Reading (current 57%)

80% on track for Writing (current 57%)

86% on track for Numeracy (current 86%)

 

 

£100 voucher to each parent to spend on trips, clubs, uniform of their choice

Parents feel ownership of the money

 

 

£14,013 KS1 TA Use for 1:1 and group intervention

Raise standards of PP children across EYFS and KS1 measured through data.

 

Total spend

£21, 713

 

 

 

Pupil Premium 2014-2015

 

Spend

Impact

£2200 Experienced Teacher ½ day 1:1 work

 

Self esteem increased as measured through discussion and observation.

Confidence in writing

Assisted children in meeting individual targets

 

£3300 HLTA 2 x ½ days 1:1 work

 

Self esteem

Confidence in writing

Assisted children in meeting individual targets

 

£14013 KS1 TA full time

(2x0.5 FTE)

 

1x post LAC child accessing a higher quality provision

83% EYFS and KS1 children on track to meet target

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________Pupil Premium 2012-2013

In 2012–13 we received £11,800 pupil premium, which was used for TA support, music tuition and educational visits for pupil premium (PP) children. The outcomes at year end were accelerated progress for all PP pupils in Key Stage 1. 

In Key Stage 2 80% PP children made accelerated progress in each year group.

In 2013/14 we have been allocated £13,500.  This will be used to provide:

An additional teacher to work 1:1 and with small groups of PP children      £ 7000

Additional TA hours to support PP children    £ 5000

Protective behaviour work     £ 900

Educational visits        £ 400

Instrumental tuition    £ 200