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Pupil Premium Grant

 

Pupil Premium Grant for 2016-17:   £46,620.00

  • Emma Wright- Wave 3 intervention programme to support Year 1 pupils who are falling behind in Literacy.
  • Vickie Minton- ELKLAN speech and Language programme for children throughout school and nursery who are experiencing difficulties in this area.
  • Extra TA support for 'Reading Circuits' (100% of FSM children accessed this provision) and forest school.
  • Henrietta Lloyd-Kitchen to give targeted support to families.
  • - Family Learning for Year 2s 
  • - Breakfast Club
  • - Support for individual children/families 

 Pupil Premium Grant for 2015-16:   £45,140.00

  • Emma Wright- Wave 3 intervention programme to support Year 1 pupils who are falling behind in Literacy.
  • Vickie Minton- ELKLAN speech and Language programme for children throughout school and nursery who are experiencing difficulties in this area.
  • Extra TA support for 'Reading Circuits' (100% of FSM children accessed this provision) and forest school.
  • Henrietta Lloyd-Kitchen to give targeted support to families.
  • - Family Learning for Year 2s 
  • - Breakfast Club
  • - Support for individual children/families 

Rec PPG Good level                                  Rec Non PPG Good level

EYFSP 33%   25.6 APS                                 83.3% 34.1APS

 

Y1 PPG expected level                              Y1 Non PPG expected level

Reading      57%                                               66%

Writing         0%                                               33%

Maths        86%                                                51%

 

Y2 PPG expected level                              Y2 Non PPG expected level

Reading      82%                                                83%

Writing       45%                                                67%

Maths         45%                                                54%

 

PPG pupils are identified and extra support is given where needed, funded by the pupil premium grant.

Pupil Premium Grant for 2014-15:   £51,151  (Estimated PPG for 2015-16 is £33,140)

Linda Small- Wave 3 intervention programme to support Year 1 pupils who are falling behind in Literacy.

 

  • Linda Small- Owl club (Withdrawal group) to support a specific group of children who are experiencing individual challenges.

 

  • Hayley Evans and Sarah Mear- ELKLAN speech and Language programme for children throughout school and nursery who are experiencing difficulties in this area.

 

    • Extra TA support for 'Reading Circuits' (100% of FSM children accessed this provision) and forest school.

 

  • Henrietta Lloyd-Kitchen to give targeted support to families.
  • - Family Learning for Year 2s 
  • - Breakfast Club
  • - Support for individual children/families 

Jacqui Lucas and Emma Wright to give individual targeted support to PPG pupils.

 

Data Analysis (Spring 2015)

  • Y2 Reading progress is good for all groups. There are 5/7 PPG boys who are very good readers who have made outstanding progress. However, 4/5 PPG girls have made less than expected progress. 4/5 PPG girls have SEN only 1/7 PPG boys have SEN. This difference with boys and girls is cohort specific.
  • 75% of PPG are making expected or more than expected compared with 72% NPPG. The attainment of the PPG group is not as good as the NPPG due to the above.

 

  • Year 2 Writing progress for PPG pupils is not as good as NPPG. This year we have targeted support for writing throughout the school. The benefits are not yet evidenced in Year 2, possibly due to 4/5 girls having SEN and 6/7 boys having a dislike of writing.

 

  • Year 1 progress and attainment are particularly good in all subjects and for all groups. Progress of the PPG pupils is better in all areas than the NPPG pupils. This is showing that the interventions for PPG pupils are having an impact on progress. Which in turn is impacting on Year 1 attainment.

 

  • 1/8 PPG girls is SEN and 2/3 PPG boys are SEN. This is impacting on the attainment in reading.

 

Pupil premium for 2013-14:   £46,697.00

 

This was spent in the following way:

 

  • Linda Small- Wave 3 intervention programme to support Year 1 pupils who are falling behind in Literacy. (34% of FSM  children access/will access this provision)

 

  • Linda Small- Owl club (Withdrawal group) to support a specific group of children who are experiencing individual challenges. (21% of FSM  children access/will access this provision)

 

  • Hayley Evans and Sarah Mear- ELKLAN speech and Language programme for children throughout school and nursery who are experiencing difficulties in this area. (18% of FSM children access/will access this provision)

 

    • Extra TA support for 'Reading Circuits' (100% of FSM children accessed this provision) and forest school. (100% of  the Reception FSM children will access this provision, which will be 34% of the total school FSM children)

 

  • Henrietta Lloyd-Kitchen to give targeted support to families.
  • - Family Learning for Year 2s (56% of Year 2 pupils who have FSM access/will access this provision)
  • - Breakfast Club (75% of the places offered were to children who have FSM, and this makes up 16% of the total school FSM children)
  • - Support for individual children/families (100% of the children who access this provision have FSM, and they make up 11% of the total school FSM children

 

Pupil premium grant for 2012-13 was £33,642.00

How this was spent:

 

  • Linda Small- Wave 3 intervention programme to support Year 1 pupils who are falling behind in Literacy. (33% of FSM  children accessed this provision)
  • Linda Small- Owl club (Withdrawal group) to support a specific group of children who are experiencing individual challenges. (18% of FSM (Free School Meals) children accessed this provision)

 

  • Hayley Evans and Sarah Mear- running ELKLAN speech and Language programme for children throughout school and nursery who are experiencing difficulties in this area. (38% of FSM children accessed this provision)

 

  • Extra TA support for 'Reading Circuits' (100% of FSM children accessed this provision) and forest school. (100% of  the Reception FSM children accessed this provision, which was 40% of the total school FSM children)

 

 

The effect of the expenditure on the educational attainment of the pupils for whom the funding was allocated:

 

* 53% of those children receiving FSM exceeded their predicted targets based on their EYFS APS and 21% reached their target.

 

* Therefore 74% of children covered by the pupil premium reached or exceeded their predicted target.

 

* 26% of those children receiving FSM did not reach their target.  Of these children, 60% did not start Ludlow Infant school in Reception.

 

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For further information on the Pupil Premium, please visit:

 

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/pupilsupport/premium