Pupil premium

Pupil premium spending 2018 – 2019

Summary Information

Date of most recent pupil premium review:

July 2019

Date of next pupil premium review:

July 2020

Total number of pupils:

309

Total pupil premium budget:

£54,300

Number of pupils eligible for pupil premium:

39

Amount of pupil premium received per child:

30 x £1320

3 x £300

6 x £2300

 

Strategy Statement

Pupil Premium funding goes towards a bespoke learning programme for each pupil, based on a detailed analysis of their needs. This includes support for learning, developing social skills and creating enrichment opportunities for the children. We received £54,300 for the year 2018-19. Funding covers various aspects including:

  • A Pupil Premium ‘champion’ who analyses pupil needs, plans interventions and tracks progress (two adults – KS1 and KS2)
  • One qualified teachers to run bespoke programmes and enrichment activities
  • 1-1 support where needed (including on-line tuition and face-to-face work)
  • Learning mentor work where needed for social and emotional needs (including play therapy resources)
  • School counsellor interventions
  • School meals and milk
  • Breakfast club for Year 6 pupils ready for SATs
  • Music tuition and instruments (including funded places for Rock Steady)
  • Residentials and educational visits
  • After school clubs
  • School uniform and equipment
  • Ride High – riding lessons
  • Resources to provide enrichment opportunities
  • Learning support and interventions (reading/writing/maths)
  • Any other support which is identified throughout the year
  • Our aims are:
  • To reduce the attainment gap between the school’s disadvantaged pupils and others nationally by 10 percentage points
  • To raise the in-school attainment of both disadvantaged pupils and their peers
  • To ensure pupils receive support for their social and emotional health and well-being
  • To offer enrichment activities both in and out of school
  • To ensure all pupils are included in all aspects of school life and have fair access to activities and opportunities

 

Assessment information

 

EYFS

 

Pupils eligible for pupil premium (PP)

Pupils not eligible for PP

 

5

School Average

National average

Good level of development (GLD)

2

71%

71.5% (2018)

Reading

3 expected

78%

 

Writing

2 expected

75%

 

Number

4 expected

82%

 

Shape

4 expected

87%

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check

Pupils eligible for PP

Pupils not eligible for PP

National average

1 child achieved expected level

88%

82% (2018)

 

End of KS1

 

Pupils eligible for PP

Pupils not eligible for PP

 

8

School average

National average

% achieving expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths

4/8 (50%)

58% (2019)

70% (2018)

% making expected progress in reading

6/8 (75%)

77%

 

% making expected progress in writing

6/8 (75%)

77%

 

% making expected progress in maths

7/8 (87.5%)

77%

 

 

End of KS2

 

Pupils eligible for PP

Pupils not eligible for PP

 

9

School average

National average

% achieving expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths

3 (33%)

38% (2019)

65%

% making expected progress in reading

7 (78%)

65%

 

% making expected progress in writing

6 (66%)

65%

 

% making expected progress in maths

3 (33%)

65%

 

 

Barriers to learning

Barriers to Future Attainment

Academic barriers:

A

Low baseline levels particularly in speaking and listening/PSHE

B

Children have poor strategies for long-term memory/gaps in knowledge

C

Low self-esteem and social/emotional needs

Additional Barriers

External barriers

D

Children do not read at home/engage with enriching experiences in some homes

E

Attendance of some PP pupils and many PP children have multiple barriers or high level of SEND

F

Many children are isolated at home/on devices thus impacting on social and academic use of language

Intended Outcomes

Specific outcomes

Success criteria

A

To engage pupils more with their learning – particularly reading

Enthused pupils who read

B

To address and support social/emotional needs of pupils

Emotional resilience

C

To support parents and communicate the value of our learning at school

Parent workshops attended

D

To redesign the curriculum to meet the needs of ALL pupils.

Curriculum designed

Planned expenditure for current academic year (approximate values)

Academic Year

Quality of teaching for all

Action

Intended outcome

What’s the evidence and rationale for this choice?

How will you make sure it’s implemented well?

Staff lead

When will you review this?

To redesign the curriculum for ALL to improve sequence and meet pupil needs/address barriers.

Knowledge/skills/

Deepening.

Clear curriculum intent and implementation to meet the needs of all children.

New OFSTED focus on quality of education.

Our children are not retaining important information and knowledge.

Not all children are getting the same opportunities.

 

Subject leaders and SMT will monitor lessons, pupil voice with books and feedback from staff and parents.

Progress data across the curriculum.

All

Termly reviews

Implementation will be closer linked to mastery approach of modeling and practice.

 

 

 

 

Better modelling and opportunities to practice skills/deepen understanding.

Mastery approach is already having a positive impact.

TRG – maths hub research.

As above.

All

Termly reviews

Total budgeted cost:

£1,500

Targeted support

Action

Intended outcome

What’s the evidence and rationale for this choice?

How will you make sure it’s implemented well?

Staff lead

When will you review this?

Focused groups to address gaps in knowledge and offer opportunities to practice skills. (TA support)

For children to have a better foundation of knowledge on which to build and deepen understanding.

Many children do not have these basic foundations and therefore nothing to build on and develop learning.

Progress data and pupil voice and feedback.

SMT

Termly

Talk Boost to further develop oracy in those with low levels. (TA support)

For improved oracy to impact on better reasoning.

Low oracy levels are preventing children from deepening their understanding of core areas.

Progress data and pupil voice and feedback.

KBr. And SMT

Termly

Total budgeted cost:

£34,600 TA budget

Other approaches

Action

Intended outcome

What’s the evidence and rationale for this choice?

How will you make sure it’s implemented well?

Staff lead

When will you review this?

Music and enrichment opportunities (inc. residentials/visits)

Improved access for pupils

Music benefits brain development and confidence as well as Ride High etc.

Parent and pupil feedback and music teachers

ATodd

July 2020

Mental health – social and emotional support

FSMs

 

Sound wellbeing for all pupils

Children are fed.

The brain will only learn well when it feels safe and mental health is sound.

Case studies and parent/pupil feedback.

LN

Termly

Total budgeted cost:

£14,250

 

Review of expenditure from previous academic year

Previous Academic Year

Total amount: £54,300

Quality of teaching for all

Action

Intended outcome

Impact

Lessons learned

Cost

One to one support for identified needs.

To close the gap in attainment and ensure expected progress.

Impact data (above)

Also see overall school data.

 

Pupils are not accelerating enough due to gaps in knowledge and foundation building blocks not established.

£34,663 TA budget

On-line maths tuition x 10 Year 6 pupils.

To close the gap in attainment and ensure expected progress.

 

Pupils who did one to one all got ARE in Y6 SATs

£5370

Talk Boost for speaking and listening.

Improve oracy and impact on other areas.

 

 

TA budget

Targeted support

Action

Intended outcome

Impact

Lessons learned

Cost

Music and enrichment opportunities (inc. residentials/visits)

To improve learning capacity through music and enrichment.

Pupils made good progress in other areas of the curriculum.

Continue this approach

£1300

Mental health – social and emotional support

 

To improve learning capacity through improved social and emotional health.

Case studies show these children made expected progress despite their barriers.

Continue and maybe increase this offer.

£10,866

FSMs

 

To ensure children are fed and happy.

 

Continue.

£2205

Impact on pupil progress (2018-19) (steps increase – internal data)
Pupil premium average progress (6 steps is expected/5 is ok but should be monitored)

Year group

Number of pupils

Reading

Writing

Maths

1

1

+5.7

+5.3

+4.7

2

8 (4 are SEND)

+5.3

+5.6

+6.4

3

8 (4 are SEND)

+5.6

+4.0

+3.5

4

3 (1 is SEND)

+5.3

+4.7

+4.3

5

9 (7 are SEND)

+5.4

+5.1

+5.9

6

9 (4 are SEND)

+6.1

+5.5

+6.0

 

© Green Park School 2019
Green Park Drive, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, MK16 0NH