Menu
25th July 2017 - Last Day of Term - school re-opens to Years 1 to 6 on Tuesday 5th September 2017
Home Page

South Wonston Primary School Together, we will nurture, inspire, challenge and achieve

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Provision and Interventions 2015-2016

 

It is essential to understand that every child is different; different needs and different strengths and the Pupil Premium category is no different. The way in which we have spent the grant reflects this to utilise it in the best possible way.

There are direct approaches to ‘narrow the gap’ between the Pupil Premium children and the non-pupil premium children along with more creative approaches to support and enhance the social and emotional well-being which has an impact on a child’s self-belief and self-esteem. The Pupil Premium grant has been used to directly impact on individuals, as well as having an effect on whole school as all children have been and are benefitting from whole school changes that have taken place to improve learning for all. Interventions have been put in place on an individual needs led basis or for groups with similar needs. The targeted support is planned to remove barriers to learning through pastoral support, specific reading programs, parental support and focused support in class:

Although this money is ring fenced, we are committed to providing bespoke provision for all children to ensure all have the opportunity of making the best possible progress. We continue to develop the way in which we share information with parents regarding the barriers to learning for their child and are working together for the benefit of the child.

A small amount of money is used for discretionary spending so that we can be responsive in supporting families as needs arise.

The total Pupil Premium fund allocated for the academic year 2015 to 2016 was £61,257

£35,532 for EVER 6, LAC and Post LAC and £25,725 for Service Children.

The actual budget spent was £70896.25.

The school ethos is to identify areas in need of provision or enhancing and provide the best outcomes for all our children; pupil premium and non-pupil premium and service and non- service. The table shows the money spent directly on pupil premium; additional funding is used from the school budget to support many of these interventions for all our pupils.
Interventions are regularly reviewed for evidence of impact and value for money.

 

Allocated funds for Financial Year 2015-2016

 

Record of Pupil Spending and Outcomes
Project/Interventions Investment Outcomes
Staff training on assessment and feedback for core subjects HIAS English, Maths, Assessment and EYFS training and support £3, 585

TA training – Dyslexia £50
Braille Training £350
Observations, Moderating exercises and book sampling by SLT have highlighted positive outcomes. Governor visits .
All staff understand the importance of feedback and how it moves learning on. Marking is consistent across the school.
Additional individualised and group intervention for phonics, spelling, maths, handwriting/fine motor skills Afternoon Interventions and specific programme groups delivered by Teaching Assistants £11,271
Specialised TA work £3,753
1:1 Intervention £341
Embedded basic skills working 1:1 or with a small group working with Teaching Assistant, HLTA, Special Needs Assistant or teacher.
Examples: Personalised spellings, fine motor programme, Catch Up Maths programme, additional small group phonics sessions, Rapid Writing,
Individualised and group intervention to support social, emotional and behavioural needs including ELSA and Nurture Pupil Premium Teacher - 1 day per week £8,252
Full time ELSA Provision including
Professional Support for ELSA led by Hampshire Educational Psychology £20,508
Service Family Support Assistant £4,125
1:1 Interventions by TA’s £8,316 (includes additional Speech and language work)
Pastoral Team coordinated by the SENCO support emotional and social wellbeing in order for children to be in the mindset ready to access and benefit from quality first teaching.
1:1 and small group ELSA time successful in supporting children in managing emotions and behaviours.
Nurture activities to develop and overcome personal hurdles.
Full and part funding of trips and clubs Trips £165.25

Y6 Residential Visit £555
Clubs £250
Funded educational visits/residential.
All children able to attend trips. Opportunities for a child to take part in clubs outside of School.
Specialist Music opportunities delivered by Hampshire Music Service Teacher inc. Listen2Me £4,500 Specialist music lessons for all children in Y3/4 to develop skills in this area and opportunities offered to learn instruments. Planning and resources for teaching all supported by HMS teacher.
Educational Resources Clicker IT Software £600
Language Links Software £175
Education City Platform - £1500
SEN Resources £2,000
Numicon (Maths) - £350
Books to support ELSA / PHSE £200
Wider range of resources available to support individual and groups of children.
Numicon now used across YR, KS1 and Y3/4 in daily maths lessons.
Develop PE/sports club opportunities to support peer relationships and team games No cost from PP budget

Staff meeting time x 2
Gym / Cricket clubs run by parent volunteers



 
PE Leader and Link Secondary PE Teachers worked with all teachers to inspire, motivate and raise the attainment in PE, specifically gymnastics.
Extra-curricular club opportunities – Gym, Cross County, etc…
Children have represented the school for Sports Teams- (football, cricket), athletics, gymnastics and cross country.
Sport England Gold Award 2015-2016
Discretionary spend Eg: Uniform - £50 Full participation in PE session


 

Impact - July 2016 across the Year Groups

 

Pupil Premium = Disadvantages (FSM EVER 6, LAC, Post LAC)

It is important to recognise that some data represents very small groups of children.

Year R Pupil Premium (2)
(%expected or greater GLD)
Cohort (52)
(%expected or greater GLD)
Gap
Reading 50 87 -37
Writing 0 84 -84
Numbers 50 85 -37
 

 

Year 1 Pupil Premium (4)
% ARE or greater
Non-Pupil Premium (47)
% ARE or greater
Gap
Reading 100 98 +2
Writing 100 93 +7
Maths 100 98 +2
 

 

Year 2 Pupil Premium (4)
% ARE or greater

1/4 identified as SEN Support (K)
Non-Pupil Premium (44)
% ARE or greater
Gap
Reading 75 95 -20
Writing 75 92 -17
Maths 75 95 -20
 

 

Year 3 Pupil Premium (2)
% ARE or greater
Non-Pupil Premium (43)
% ARE or greater
Gap
Reading 50 88 -38
Writing 50 83 -33
Maths 50 88 -38
 

 

Year 4 Pupil Premium (3)
% ARE or greater
Non-Pupil Premium (31)
% ARE or greater
Gap
Reading 100 96 +4
Writing 100 96 +4
Maths 100 96 +4
 

 

Year 5 Pupil Premium (5)
% ARE or greater
1/5 identified as SEN Support (K)
Non-Pupil Premium (42)
% ARE or greater
Gap
Reading 100 89 +11
Writing 80 92 -12
Maths 80 89 -9
 

 

Year 6 Pupil Premium (6)
% ARE or greater

4/6 identified as SEN Support (K)
Non-Pupil Premium (36) Gap
Reading 67 97 -26
Writing 67 86 -15
Maths 67 97 -26
 


Closing the Gap The results are mixed in narrowing the gap between Pupil Premium and Non Pupil Premium. Where there are significant gaps, these will be a priority for the academic year 2016-17 for those children. The money spent during this academic year has had a direct impact on these results


Allocation of funds 2016-2017

 

Allocation for Financial Year 2016/17 £62,380 (figures for annual statement published in March 2016)

We will be spending the money in the following ways;

- Training 2 additional ELSA’s. ELSA & FEIPS Supervision meetings with Educational Psychologist for
the current ELSA
- Develop PE/sports club opportunities to support peer relationships and team games
- Continuing to deliver additional individualised and group intervention for phonics, spelling, maths,
handwriting/fine motor skills and speech and language.
- Individualised and group intervention to support social, emotional and behavioural needs including
ELSA and Nurture groups at break and lunchtime.
- Supply costs so that SENCO and teachers can attend high quality training delivered by outside
agencies – Braille, Autism Awareness
- Full and partly fund trips, residential visits and clubs for FSM children.
- Music opportunities by Hampshire Music Services specialist music teaching
- Staff training

- £150 discretionary spend
 

Priorities for 2016-2017 (academic year)


We will ensure provision for these pupils is embedded through regular staff training/meetings and whole school Improvement. As well as using the focus areas as detailed above we will be ensuring Provision Maps are used to effectively record all interventions taking place and the direct impact these are having each term. Also, further develop Case Studies of each child through staff training and identify areas of need that will be supported through interventions and mentoring.


2017-2018 Pupil Premium allocation

 

Disadvantaged pupils Pupil premium per pupil
Pupils in year groups reception to year 6 recorded as Ever 6 FSM £1,320
Looked-after children (LAC) defined in the Children Act 1989 as one who is in the care of, or provided with accommodation by, an English local authority £1,900
Children who have ceased to be looked after by a local authority in England and Wales because of adoption, a special guardianship order, a child arrangements order or a residence order £1,900

 

Service children Pupil premium per pupil
Pupils in year groups reception to year 11 recorded as Ever 6 Service Child or in receipt of a child pension from the Ministry of Defence £300

 

gradient
Top