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Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.
  1. Pupil Premium

 

Pupil Premium 2016/17

 

Allocation:                                

 

FSM/Ever 6 -      £72,280

 

Rationale:

To continue to maintain small class sizes by keeping one form entry throughout the school.

Funding to offset teachers and TA’s costs.

 

This follows (2014/15 and 2015/16) the very successful use of financial resources to develop the school into one form entry.

 

 Teachers: 

   £45,954

 

TA’s x 2:

 £16,726 (20 hours weekly)

 

 

PLIP (Personalised Learning Intervention Programme)

 12 TA’s – approximately 2 hours a week:

 £9,600

 

 

Impact: To be monitored throughout the year. First written evaluation to be posted here February 2017(mid-year)

 

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium 2015/16

 

Allocation:

 

FSM/Ever 6 -      £77,364

 

Rationale:

To continue to maintain small class sizes by keeping one form entry throughout the school.

Funding to offset teachers and TA’s costs.

 

This follows (2013/14 and 2014/15) the very successful use of financial resources to develop the school into one form entry.

 

 Teachers: 

   £43,237

 

TA’s x 2:

 £16,726 (20 hours weekly)

 

 

PLIP (Personalised Learning Intervention Programme)

 12 TA’s – approximately 2 hours a week:

 £17,401

 

Impact:

 

Very positive outcomes from teaching and learning as a consequence of the small class sizes across the school. (ranging from 18 to 25)

The school’s monitoring and tracking systems show that the majority of the children have made good progress. The Pupil Premium children have overall, compared to non- Pupil Premium children, made good progress in the key areas of reading, writing, mathematics and religious education.

 Monitoring of the PLIP children shows the clear positive impact of the programme on children’s progress and their self-esteem.

 

Pupil Premium 2014/15

 

Allocation:

 

FSM  -      £53,300 (41 children x £1300) in Budget April 2014

Ever 6 -    £20,800  (16 children x £1300)  in Budget April 2014

Total -      £74,100

 

Rationale:

To continue to maintain small class sizes by keeping one form entry throughout the school.

Funding to offset teachers and TA’s costs.

 

This follows (2011/12 and 2013/14) the very successful use of financial resources to develop the school into one form entry.

 

 Teachers: 

   £52,120

 

TA’s x 2:

 £12,284 (20 hours weekly)

 

 

PLIP (Personalised Learning Intervention Programme)

 12 TA’s – approximately 2 hours a week:

 £9,696

 

Impact:

 

Very positive outcomes from teaching and learning as a consequence of the small class sizes across the school. (ranging from 18 to 25)

The school’s monitoring and tracking systems show that the majority of the children have made good progress. The Pupil Premium children have overall, compared to non- Pupil Premium children, made good progress in the key areas of reading, writing, mathematics and religious education.

 Monitoring of the PLIP children shows the clear positive impact of the programme on children’s progress and their self-esteem.

 

 

Pupil Premium 2013/14

 

Allocation:

Total -      £51,300

 

Rationale:

 

To reduce class sizes by going one form entry (and throughout the school).

Funding to cover teacher and Teaching Assistant for a newly formed Year 5 class and to further extend our Personalised Learning Intervention Programme.

 

This follows (2011/12) the very successful use of financial resources to build and staff an additional classroom for Y1’s which benefited the Reception, Year 1 and Year 2

 

Action:

  • Class 5 (Year 5) teacher for one year (initially)
  • Teaching Assistant for above class (20 hours a week)
  • PLIP (Personalised Learning Intervention Programme) - 11 Teaching Assistants, additional time
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 Total: £51,300

 

Impact:

 

Very positive outcomes from teaching and learning as a consequence of the small class sizes across the school. (ranging from 18 to 25)

The school’s monitoring and tracking systems show that the majority of the children have made good progress. The Pupil Premium children have overall, compared to non Pupil Premium children, made good progress in the key areas of reading, writing, mathematics and religious education.

 

 Monitoring of the PLIP children shows the clear positive impact of the programme on children’s progress and their self-esteem.

 

Next Steps:

 

Evaluation of impact as regards pupil progress and effectiveness of expenditure. To inform plans for academic year 2014/15.

 

Pupil Premium 2016/17

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