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Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure

Report to Parents 2014/2015

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll 214
Amount of PPG received per pupil £1300-£1900
Total amount of PPG received £11,800
Total amount spent on pupils £11,194

Principles

We ensure that the teaching, learning and experiences in our school meet the needs of our children. Appropriate provision is provided to children from vulnerable groups, including those of children from socially disadvantaged backgrounds.We recognise that as we provide support for socially disadvantaged children, not all children who are eligible  for free school meals are socially disadvantagedPupil premium funding will be allocated following a needs analysis for individual children. Constraints on funding and resources may mean that not all children eligible for free school meals will be in receipt of pupil interventions at any one time.

Provision

Providing small group work with an advanced teaching assistant to overcome gaps in learning. Employing an additional Learning Support Assistant to provide 1:1 support. Learning resources to address the specific learning needs of individual childrenAcquiring materials aimed at raising standards in phonics and reading

Training for staff to extend children’s abilities in reading through to Level 6.

Resources to engage children’s e-learning

Interactive resources to support learning in mathematics.

Subsidising of the cost of educational visits

Subsidy of extra-curricular activities

Social and emotional intervention.

Maths intervention programmes

1:1 Teacher mentoring programme

1:1 music tuition

Impact

Progress for pupils in receipt of pupil premium funding (PPF) in KS1 made average and accelerated progress in reading (6.0 points), writing (4.0 points) and mathematics (4.0 points).In 2014, all children in receipt of PPF passed the phonics check in Year 1. There were three children who sat the end of Key Stage 2 assessments in 2014-2015. These children all gained either Level 4 or Level 5 in the tests. They made above average progress in all areas reading (5.3 points), writing (4.6 points) and mathematics (5.3 points.) They made above average progress over KS2 and closed the gap with their national peers. Attainment was much higher than their peers nationally.

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