Pupil Premium

Proposed spending Pupil Premium Grant 2018-19 - Funding £28 000

Scrap shed project

To improve creativity, play skills, well-being, relationships and happiness at lunchtime.

Achievement For All project

To raise achievement for pupils and build and further develop relationships with parents.

E learning resources

Supporting children with online learning resources at home and school.

Targeted teaching and 1-1 tuition

To target gaps in learning and boost confidence in learners.

Uniform pack

To support parents to pay for school uniform.

Targeted Learning Mentor support

Whole school circle time in every class and dedicated and targeted pastoral support for key pupils.

Nurture/ wellbeing provision

To develop our provision and curriculum to ensure it supports the mental health and wellbeing of our pupils.


Colton Primary School

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) report 2017-18

PPG school context:

Total number of pupils on roll

252- Including nursery

214- Excluding nursery

Number of pupils eligible for PPG

18

PPG per pupil

£1320

Number of service children

1 child received £300

PPG received per CLA

1 children received £1900

Total Pupil premium grant

£23320

 

Summary of Pupil Premium spending 2017-18

Item/Initiative Cost

Cost

Aims of Spending

Outcomes/ Impact

Parent pack/ uniform

£544

To support parents to pay for school uniform.

Access to uniform funding has improved pupils self-esteem.

School visits

£750

To allow all pupils to access school visits.

All disadvantaged pupils accessed all school visits including the year six residential.

After school Clubs

£200

To provide out of school enrichment activities to pupils.

Parents have accessed money to pay for after school clubs, which has provided a variety of enrichment activities for pupils.

1-2-1 tuition SMT/HLTA

£7000

To target gaps in learning and boost confidence in learners

Improved attainment and progress. Improved self -confidence is marked with 1-1 pupils.

Targeted learning mentor support

£3000

Whole school circle time in every class and dedicated and targeted pastoral support for key pupils.

Pupils have been taught strategies to support them with friendships, citizenship and support has been given for pastoral needs.

TA support

£5000

Targeted TA support for disadvantaged pupils. Pupils received pastoral support, focused teaching and small group/ 1-1 interventions as needed.

Improved outcomes, engagement in learning and self-esteem.

Scrap shed

£2000

To improve creativity, play skills, well-being, relationships and happiness at lunchtime.

Improved behaviour and pupil engagement at lunchtimes.

Dyslexia training

£300

To support disadvantaged children with specific literacy difficulties.

Structured interventions are now taking place; pupils are engaged in targeted interventions. Improved progress and attainment has been seen.

SENIT support

£1000

Specialist support for disadvantaged pupils with pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Individual pupils have been assessed and now have individual plans and programmes to support them with their learning.

5 i pads

£2000

To allow individual children to access e – learning resources at home to support them with learning and improve parental engagement.

Children have an improved self- esteem and are proud of their home learning achievements. Children’s achievement and attainment have improved.

E learning resources

£1500

Supporting children with online learning resources at home and school.

All pupils have access to

e -learning resources for maths, spelling and cross -curricular learning through Mathletics, Spellodrome and Nessy.

 

 

Outcomes for Y6 pupils known to be eligible for PPG

(FSM/ Ever 6 or Looked after Children)

End of Key Stage 2 data

 

2016

2017

2018

Number of pupils receiving PPG

2

4

4

% at ARE in reading

0%

50%

50%

% at ARE in writing

0%

50%

75%

% at ARE in Maths

0%

75%

50%

% at ARE in Reading, Writing and Maths

0%

50%

50%

% at ARE in Spelling punctuation and grammar

0%

50%

75%

% making expected progress in reading

0%

50%

75%

% making expected progress in writing

0%

50%

100%

% making expected progress in maths

0%

100%

75%

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