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Hever Church of England Aided Primary School

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Pupil Premium

Background of Pupil Premium

Pupil premium is additional funding received by schools for each pupil from disadvantaged families or background. It’s allocated to schools based on the number of children who come from low-income families – this is defined as those who are currently known to be eligible for free school meals (FSM). It’s based on findings that show that, as a group, children who have been eligible for free school meals at any point in time have consistently lower educational attainment than those who have never been eligible.

 

It’s important to know that a pupil does not need to have a school dinner, but the parents / carers should check to see if they are entitled.

It also includes pupils who have been eligible for free school meals at any point in the last six years; children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months; and children where a parent serves in the armed forces.

 

How much does the school receive?

At between £1300 and £1900 per eligible pupil, this money is for the school to decide how to use in order to improve educational attainment of children from less privileged backgrounds. The pupil premium has the potential to have a great impact on the attainment, and future life chances, of pupils.

 

 

Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

                    Pupil Premium spend at Hever Primary School:

 

  • 2015-2016

    • The allocation: The pupil premium allocation money of £22,556 was spent primarily on the splitting of classes for core subjects to make smaller, targeted learning environments.

    • The impact on all children: The children were being taught by good and outstanding teachers on a 1:15 or smaller scale with the support of teaching assistants for some of the core subjects. SATs results in both Key stage 1 and Keys stage 2 were well above the national average.

 

 

Planned spend and allocation for 2016-2017

 

This year we are receiving a pupil premium funding of £18,480 for 11 pupils.

 

The funding is being allocated by £3,638(x4) being spent on splitting upper KS2 for core subjects and£3928 being spent on day trips, residential trips, after school clubs and extra-curricular activities.

 

Our main barriers to educational achievement are : lack of access to extra-curricular activities and lack of opportunities to complete homework in a safe and nurturing environment.

 

We overcome our barriers by: insuring that all pupil premium children have the opportunity to complete their homework in a safe and supportive environment once a week after school in homework club. We also provide enrichment opportunities and the chance to build on extra curricular skills by funding pupil premium children's after school clubs and musical instrument lessons to insure that all children have the same exposure to varying educational and vocational opportunities as they grow up. 

 

 

Pupils on roll 2016-2017

113

Pupils receiving PPG

11

PPG received

£18480

 

 

                   PPG received for 2016/2017 is £18480

Splitting upper KS2 for core subjects

£14552

Residential trips

Day trips

Daily milk

After school clubs

Extra-curricular activities

£3928

 

 

Impact of the above will be measured by termly assessment of the children's attainment to ensure the children are making the required 6 steps progress and class teachers and senior leadership will analyse data during pupil progress reviews. End of year data end of key stage test results will highlight the progress made.

 

Pupil premium review- January 2017

 

 

 

Pupil Premium review - February 2017

Names (Y)

SEN/

possible SEN

PPrem+

Support

Writing

Reading

Maths

Progress made

 

 

 

 

Baseline

Spring early

Baseline

Spring early

Baseline

Spring early

 

 

(YrR)

 

*

Speech and language support in class

1:1 in class support where needed

Extra-curricular activities

30-50 months (secure)

40-60 months (developing)

30-50 months (secure)

40-60 months (developing)

30-50 months (secure)

40-60 months (developing)

W: +2

R: +2

M: +2

 

(Yr1)

*

 

Drama therapy

Attention and listening group

Communication and interaction group

Phase 1 phonics group

Sensory circuits

Handwriting support group

1:1 reading

Extra-curricular activities

 

 

1

2

1

2

1

3

W: +1

R: +1

M: +2

 

(Yr2)

 

 

 

 

 

1:1 reading

Lego/play therapy

Maths revision group

Extra-curricular activities

4

8

6

8

5

7

W: +4

R: +2

M: +2

 

(Yr2)

 

 

1:1 reading

Homework club

Drama therapy

Extra-curricular activities

8

12

9

12

7

11

W: +4

R: +3

M: +4

 

(Yr3)

 

 

 

Homework club Drama therapy

Extra curricular activities

12

15

14

17

11

15

W: +3

R: +3

M: +4

 

(Yr5)

*

 

Class split

Drama therapy

Homework club

Extra curricular activites

 

25

29

25

28

23

28

W: +4

R: +3

M: +5

 

(Yr5)

 

 

Class split

Drama therapy

Homework club

Extra-curricular activities

24

28

24

27

24

27

W: +4

R: +3

M: +3

 

(Yr6)

 

 

Class split

Drama therapy

Homework club

Extra-curricular activities

32

34

31

34

31

33

W: +2

R: +3

M: +2

 

(Yr6)

 

 

 

Class split

Drama therapy

Homework club

Lego therapy

Extra-curricular activities

31

33

31

33

32

34

W: +2

R: +2

M: +2

 

(Yr6)

 

 

Class split

 

29

32

30

33

29

32

W: +3

R: +3

M: +3

 

 

Pupil Premium Progress and Tracking         Date: 2015/2016  

 

 

In principal the PP money has been spent on the splitting of classes for Maths and Literacy. In addition to this PP children have received targeted intervention support where it is needed. All PP children have made significant progress this year.

 

Pupil premium spend highlighted

Name (Y)

SEN

PPrem+

Support

Writing

Reading

Maths

Progress made

 

 

 

 

Autumn Baseline

Summer Exit

Autumn Baseline

Summer Exit

Autumn Baseline

Summer Exit

 

 

 (YrR)

x

 

Sensory circuits

Gardening group

Pre-teaching language understanding

1:1 in class support where needed

30-50 emerging

40-60 emerging

30-50 emerging

40-60 emerging

30-50 emerging

40-60 emerging

Has made some progress but with a lot of support often 1:1

 

 (Yr1)

X

 

Split year group

1:1 reading

2

8

2

9

2

7

W=6   R=7  M=5

 

 (Yr1)

X

 

Split year group

1:1 reading

Pseudo words

Physical group

Gardening group

Drawing therapy

Semantic dictionary

1

4

1

6

1

5

W=3  R=5  M=4

 

 (Yr2)

X

 

Split year group 1:1 reading

5

12

5

14

6

12

W=7   R=9  M=6

 

(Yr3)

 

x

 

HFW focus group

Reading comprehension

Drama therapy 1:6

7

15

8

18

7

16

W=8  R=10  M=9

 

 (Yr3)

X

y

1:1 drama therapy

14

18

12

18

13

19

W=4  R=6  M=6

 

 (Yr4)

X

 

Reading comprehension

Homework group

Consolidation group

17

25

19

 

13

22

W=8  R=    M=9

 

 (Yr4)

X

 

Reading comprehension

Homework group

Consolidation group

12

23

18

24

12

22

W=11 R=6  M=10

 

 (Yr5)

 

X

 

Split year group

Semantic meaning group

Booster group

25

32

25

32

24

31

W=7   R=7   M=7

 

 (Yr5)

X

 

Split year group

Semantic meaning group

Booster group

24

31

25

31

26

32

W=7  R=6  M=6

 

 (Yr6)

X

 

Split year group

 

24

36

26

35

26

36

W=12 R=9  M=10

 

 (Yr6)

X

 

Split year group

28

37

30

36

29

37

W=9  R=6  M-8

 

 (Yr6)

x

 

Split year group

24

35

28

35

28

36

W=11  R=7  M=8

 

 

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