Pupil Premium Impact 2017/18
The pupil premium grant for the school in 2016/17 was £ £92,725.
The pupil premium grant was used to provide:
- TA support in foundation subjects to model high quality discussions and use of appropriate vocabulary in these subjects (£21,000)
- TA2 time to deliver planned support in mathematics to ensure that pupils develop confidence in place value and have a secure knowledge of number facts (£21,000)
- Enhanced resources for problem solving science day, Visits to a place of worship, Olympics day, specialist singing teacher for the choir, whole school pantomime performance, play in a day for Year 5 pupils (£3,100)
- Teachers to raise aspirations of pupils to encourage them to become published writers, Pobble training for staff (£599)
Teachers to plan Forest school opportunities for pupils throughout the school. (£924)
- Full time TA 2 support for the Reception class to deliver interventions to individual children (£13,200)
- TA support in classrooms to ensure that all PP children read individually at least 3 times per week (£10,600).
- Provision of breakfast club, fit club and wide range of extra-curricular provision. Ensure that a high percentage of PP pupils access this provision (£16,547)
Specialist PE teaching to ensure high standards in all aspects of PE and that all pupils are well prepared for competitions and experience success which can be transferred to other subjects. Teachers to use additional time to plan opportunities for children to develop resilience and develop intervention programmes for PP pupils. (£30,795)
Analysis demonstrates that this use of funding to provide specialist teaching and a rich curriculum through taught sessions and out of school activities is engaging pupils, enhancing their knowledge of the world and ensuring excellent attitudes to learning.
The impact of this was:
- In 2017 progress during KS2 for disadvantaged pupils was in the top 10% nationally for both writing and mathematics and above average for reading.
- In other year groups the gaps between Pupil Premium pupils and non-Pupil Premium are narrowing.
69.9% of children from YRS1-6 have represented the school. 92.7% of children in KS2 have represented the school. 100% of children in Yrs5-6 have represented the school.
Pupils had access to a wide range of opportunities:
- Jewish visitor to give a personal experience of the Jewish faith
- Reception children all visited the Olive school
- All the school watched a high quality pantomime - The Hunchback of Notre Dame
- Year 5 pupils had a Play in a day experience
- Year 4 pupils had a drama workshop by Burnley Mechanics
- All KS2 pupils had a visit to the seaside.
- The KS2 choir sang at Last Choir singing.
The main barriers to educational achievement faced by our eligible pupils are:
- Limited levels of determination and willingness to persevere through a task.
- Limited range of vocabulary and language skills.
- Poor retention of number facts and ability to apply this to a range of situations.
- Limited support with reading from outside school.
- Limited opportunities for taking part in extra-curricular activities outside school.
The estimated pupil premium grant for the school in 2017/18 is £86,660.
The pupil premium grant is included in the school's budget plans and will be used to provide:
- TA support in foundation subjects to model high quality discussions and use of appropriate vocabulary in these subjects. These TAs to support the teacher in ensuring all pupils have high quality feedback about the quality of their work in relation to strict success criteria throughout the lesson. (£21,000)
- Enhanced resources for history day, Visits to a place of worship, visits from a person of another faith, specialist singing teacher for the choir, whole school pantomime performance, play in a day for Year 5 pupils. (£4,000)
Provide Speech & Language teacher 1 day per fortnight (Targeted support). S&L therapist to create intervention plans for individuals and groups for TAs to deliver. (£7095)
Full time TA 2 support for the Reception class to deliver interventions to individual children. (£13,200)
TA support in classrooms to ensure that all PP children read individually at least 3 times per week. (£10,600)
- TA2 time to deliver planned support in mathematics to ensure that pupils develop confidence in place value and have a secure knowledge of number facts (£21,459).
Mentoring in school for pupils who struggle to come to terms with their mistakes or the mistakes of othersTA3 to provide support such as ‘Volcano in my tummy’ and self-esteem work. (£2,000)
Whole staff training in Philosophy 4 Children. (£1,600)
- Involvement in Children’s University for pupils to encourage them to take part in extra-curricular activity and develop aspirations for university. (£1020)
- Provision of a wide range of extra-curricular provision. Ensure that a high percentage of PP pupils access this provision. (£5,000)
- Contribution to the provision of breakfast club and fit club to ensure that pupils are in school on time and have eaten breakfast and prepared to learn. (£4,000)
Please click here for a more detailed analysis of how this spending will meet the barriers to learning of our Pupil Premium children.