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Pupil Premium

Children who are deemed as vulnerable by the Government are entitled to receive Pupil Premium Funding. Sir Michael Wilshaw, Ofsted's Chief Inspector, said the fund needs to “help disadvantaged children to achieve as well as their more prosperous peers”. 

 

The initiative is intended to help to narrow the attainment gap between all children and provide extra support where required.  Belmont CP School receives Pupil Premium Funding for children that are eligible for Free School Meals, are ‘looked after’ or are the children of parents that serve in the armed forces.

Belmont Community Primary School Pupil Premium Expenditure 2016 - 2017

 

The Pupil Premium level of funding for 2016 - 2017 is as follows:

 

 

Funding allocated

Pupil Premium

£81,840 (62 pupils)

Service Children

£1,800

Post Looked After Children

£1,900

 

 

Break down for Pupil Premium expenditure to support disadvantaged pupils

 

Support

Costing £

Pastoral support – Learning Mentor, SENDCO, Disadvantaged Pupil Lead for identified children

 

21,285

Interventions to boost learning attainment -  Phonics, Numeracy, Literacy

35,860

Additional Management Time (monitoring and improving provision)

7,477

Specialist Teacher - assessments

3,200

A Qualified Teacher and Teaching Assistant  to run Easter School for Y6 pupils

690

Daily Homework club to support positive learning behaviours and independence

1,000

Educational resources

2,401

Free breakfasts/milk for Pupil Premium children

2,000

Y6 transition to secondary education

80

IT resourcing

5,850

Additional External Support

 

Play therapy/outreach services

2,000

 

 

Service Children

 

Additional TA support

1,800

 

 

Looked After and Post Looked After Children

 

One to one tuition

500

Y6 transition 100

Music

75

Educational resources/visits

95

IT resources to support learning 1,130

Play therapy

Further funding to be confirmed in year

 

Impact of Pupil Premium 2016 - 2017

A summary of progress by Pupil Premium children will be completed at the end of the school year.

Impact Of Pupil Premium 2015 - 2016

 

In the EYFS (Reception) class 43% of the children in receipt of pupil premium attained a Good Level of Development (GLD) as compared to the cohort as a whole where the percentage making a GLD was 64%.
 

In Year 1 83% of children in receipt of pupil premium reached the required standard in the phonics screening check and this is mirrored in the attained of the cohort as a whole which was also 83%

 

At the end of Key Stage One the attainment for children in receipt of pupil premium as compared with that for the cohort as a whole is as follows:

 

Subject Pupil Premium Cohort
Reading 56% 73%
Writing 56% 67%
Maths 67% 73%

 

At the end of Key Stage Two the attainment for children in receipt of pupil premium as compared with that for the cohort as a whole is as follows:

 

Subject Pupil Premium Cohort
Reading 50% 52%
Writing 33% 56%
Maths 50% 52%

 

At the end of Key Stage Two the progress made by children in receipt of pupil premium as compared with that for the cohort as a whole is as follows:

 

Subject Pupil Premium Cohort
Reading -0.1 -0.7
Writing -3.5 -1.1
Maths -3.5 -0.7

 

Progress for children in receipt of Pupil Premium was better than that for the cohort as a whole in Reading.

Progress for children in receipt of Pupil Premium was less than that for the cohort as a whole in Writing and Maths.

Belmont Community Primary School Pupil Premium Expenditure  2015 - 2016

 

The Pupil Premium level of funding for 2015 - 2016 is as follows:

 

 

Funding allocated

Pupil Premium

£85,800 (65 pupils)

Service Children

£1,800

Post Looked After Children

£5,700

 

Break down for Pupil Premium expenditure to support disadvantaged pupils

 

Support

Costing £

Pastoral support – Learning Mentor, SENDCO, Disadvantaged Pupil Lead for identified children

26,407

Interventions to boost learning attainment -  Phonics, Numeracy, Literacy

34,435

Additional Management Time (monitoring and improving provision)

7,477

Additional assessments

1,000

A Qualified Teacher and Teaching Assistant  to run Easter School for Y6 pupils

690

Daily Homework club to support positive learning behaviours and independence

1,000

Educational resources

2,401

Free breakfasts/milk for Pupil Premium children

2,000

Y6 transition to secondary education

80

IT resourcing

10,000

Additional External Support

 

Play therapy

2,000

 

 

Service Children

 

IT resources

1,600

Pupil assessment (specialist teacher)

200

Looked After and Post Looked After Children

 

One to one tuition

500

Music

250

Educational resources/visits for LAC and PLAC

4,950

Play therapy

Further funding to be confirmed in year

 

 


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