Pupil Premium

The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, funding for which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current inequalities by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the students who need it most. It has been for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium is spent since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility.

Please find Pupil Premium Strategy for 2018-2019 attached below.

Following our external review in March 2018, the next internal review is due in March 2019.

Impact Report Pupil Premium 2017-2018

Context of School

Tarporley CE Primary School is approximately 12 miles from Chester. It is a one form entry school with 216 children on roll. Our school culture of 'Inspire. Achieve. Enjoy. Together.' begins with the needs of the child and reaches out to the family and to the future. We want Tarporley Church of England Primary School to be a place where we all inspire a love of learning and respect for all, where individuals are encouraged to reach their full potential.

Due to the varying number in receipt of the grant, Tarporley CE Primary School does not publish specific results/ spending in each year group/ number of children involved to avoid identifying specific children in a public domain.

Number of Pupils on roll (2017-18- including Ever6) 13.89% PP

Category

No. of pupils

Amount per pupil (£)

Allocation (£) April 2017

FSM

14

1320

18480

AFC

2

1900

3800

Ever 6

13

1320

17160

Forces

1

300

300

 

 

Total Allocation:

39740

We aim to ensure that:

Appropriate provision is made for pupils who receive Pupil Premium to:

  • Raise attainment and close the gap between vulnerable groups and their peers.
  • Achieve at least age related expectations in reading, writing and mathematics
  • Ensure outstanding progress in reading, writing and maths is made over the course of an academic year.
  • Maintain excellence and punctuality
  • To equip children with the necessary skills needed to access the full curriculum, including enrichment activities.

Below is a brief outline of how the premium has been spent at Tarporley CE Primary School.

Pupil Premium spending 2017-2018

 

What was the pupil premium used for?

Purpose

Impact

Cost

Funding of school trips

Cost partly covered to ensure that children can take part in school related visits.

School visits equip children with the necessary skills needed to access the full curriculum.

Enhance confidence and self-esteem and build positive relationships with peers.

£735

Outdoor Learning

Small group work 1:4 with a teacher. Children develop PSHE skills and environmental skills, they work collaboratively to progress with these skills.

Targets individual children to work on speaking/ listening, confidence and other social skills.

Built confidence in all children. They are able to communicate their ideas, feelings independently. Positive impact on self-esteem because children are talking to adults around school, putting hand up in class and more engaged in learning.

£2994

Passion for Learning

Teach and develop oral language and social interaction skills.

PSHE and counselling base activities to develop mental wellbeing and self-confidence.

Positive impact noticeable on children’s eye contact, turn taking, sharing and more aware of feelings and managing them.

£1000

Resources to support learning

Purchased several new resources such as outdoor learning aids, books and additional SEND equipment.

Able to provide targeted interventions to support those children identified as needing additional support.

£80

Teacher and TA led tuition

Targeting particular children working below age related level in reading, writing and maths.

Most children have made progress on areas that they have worked on and all are beginning to apply to their work in class. Accelerated progress shown in all subjects.

£24,156

Uniform Grant

Full school uniform purchased for PP children.

 

£914

Professional Development for Staff

ELSA training to support TA’s and teachers with these children.

ELSA programme being taught across the school to those children who need support. Impact has already been noticed in the wellbeing and happiness of the children.

£1200

PP Teacher for non-SEND

Accelerated progress for those children not receiving SEND interventions.

Progress was shown to be accelerated through interventions. Gaps in learning were filled and children were taught personalised curriculum.

£££££

Intervention and Enrichment:

Our team of dedicated HLTA & TAs deliver one to one or small group intervention programmes across KS1 and KS2 to increase rates of progress for pupils in receipt of pupil premium to narrow the attainment gap between this group and the non-pupil premium pupils in school.

Throughout KS1 and KS2 we provide Reading support.

Reception pupils are supported in reading interventions and class TA support.

In years 1-4 we support with Numeracy and Literacy interventions.

Year 5 have booster sessions within writing and numeracy in the afternoon 1:1 with our SEN TA and class TA.

Year 6 children have received an additional TA and Teacher support ensuring staff can deliver quality first teaching with greater impact.

PP Teacher delivers personalised curriculum for non-SEND children to accelerate progress.

Outdoor learning TA delivers a programme of work based on seasonal activities and communication skills.

Uniform grant to provide new school logo uniform each year.

Subsidised costs towards music lessons.

We make Pupil Premium children visible on our planning and monitor their progress discretely, and track this throughout the use of our assessment system.

Between July 2017 and 2018 the gap was narrowed between PP and non PP in Reading in Years 6, 5 and 2; Maths in Years 6, 5 and 3; Writing in Years 6 and 4. Where gaps remain these have been identified and individual children are receiving support and interventions.

Impact Report Pupil Premium 2016-2017

Context of School

Tarporley CE Primary School is approximately 12 miles from Chester. It is a one form entry school with 222 children on roll. Our school culture of 'Inspire. Achieve. Enjoy. Together.' begins with the needs of the child and reaches out to the family and to the future. We want Tarporley Church of England Primary School to be a place where we all inspire a love of learning and respect for all, where individuals are encouraged to reach their full potential.

Due to the varying number in receipt of the grant, Tarporley CE Primary School does not publish specific results/ spending in each year group/ number of children involved to avoid identifying specific children in a public domain.

Levels of Pupil Premium across the school, including Ever6: (Academic Year 2016-2017)

 

Reception

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Total

Number on Roll

30

30

30

34

31

33

34

222

% FSM

6.6%

10%

0%

11.7%

3%

9%

5.8%

6.7%

% PP

10%

13%

3%

11.7%

16%

21%

14.7%

13%

 

Number of Pupils on roll (2016-17- including Ever6) Total on roll- 222 Pupil Premium- 22 (Oct Census)

Category

No. of pupils

Amount per pupil (£)

Allocation (£) April 2016

Ever 6

21

1320

29040

Ever 5- Service

1

300

300

 

 

Total Allocation:

29340

We aim to ensure that:

Appropriate provision is made for pupils who receive Pupil Premium to:

· Raise attainment and close the gap between vulnerable groups and their peers.

· Achieve at least age related expectations in reading, writing and mathematics

· Ensure outstanding progress in reading, writing and maths is made over the course of an academic year.

· Maintain excellence and punctuality

· To equip children with the necessary skills needed to access the full curriculum, including enrichment activities.

Below is a brief outline of how the premium has been spent at Tarporley CE Primary School.

Pupil Premium spending 2016-2017

 

What was the pupil premium used for?

Purpose

Impact

Cost

Funding of school trips

Cost partly covered to ensure that children can take part in school related visits.

School visits equip children with the necessary skills needed to access the full curriculum.

Enhance confidence and self-esteem and build positive relationships with peers.

£735

Outdoor Learning

Small group work 1:4 with a teacher. Children develop PSHE skills and environmental skills, they work collaboratively to progress with these skills.

Targets individual children to work on speaking/ listening, confidence and other social skills.

Built confidence in all children. They are able to communicate their ideas, feelings independently. Positive impact on self-esteem because children are talking to adults around school, putting hand up in class and more engaged in learning.

£2994- Full Year

Passion for Learning

Teach and develop oral language and social interaction skills.

PSHE and counselling base activities to develop mental wellbeing and self-confidence.

Positive impact noticeable on children’s eye contact, turn taking, sharing and more aware of feelings and managing them.

£1000

Resources to support learning

Purchased several new resources such as outdoor learning aids, books and additional SEND equipment.

Able to provide targeted interventions to support those children identified as needing additional support.

£80

Teacher and TA led tuition

Targeting particular children working below age related level in reading, writing and maths.

Most children have made progress on areas that they have worked on and all are beginning to apply to their work in class. Accelerated progress shown in all subjects.

£24,156

Uniform Grant

Full school uniform purchased for PP children.

 

£914

Professional Development for Staff

Mental Health training to support TA’s and teachers with these children.

 

£180

 

 

 

 

 

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