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Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure 2017/18

 

The Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.

 

At Stanhope primary school, in the academic year 2017/2018, the pupil premium grant will be used to improve learning through quality first teaching, targeted provision, additional support and intervention. Some money will also be spent to enrich the wider experiences of children who may not have such opportunities outside of school. Our aim is to close the gap, in terms of attainment and/or progress between pupil premium eligible pupils and non-pupil premium pupils.

 

Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure 2016 / 2017

Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure 2015 / 2016

 

The pupil premium grant is used to provide additional:-

  • increased teaching assistant support in Year 1 and Year 2 for targeted interventions;
  • teachers for mathematics at Key Stage 2 so that target children are taught in small groups with five mathematics sets in Y5 and Y6 and targeted groups in Y3 and Y4;
  • targeted interventions for pupils at Key Stage 2 in the afternoons;
  • reading and phonic interventions;
  • mathematics interventions; and
  • emotional support and counselling.

 

The following information shows how the grant will be spent in the coming budgetary year April 2015 to March 2016 and how it was spent during the budgetary year April 2014 to March 2015.

 

PUPIL PREMIUM APRIL 2015 TO MARCH 2016 - TOTAL GRANT £255,898

Area

Spend

Delivery of Catch Up Reading for Pupil Premium Children.

£11,704

Clinical Psychologist

£7,500

Place2Be Counselling £12,500

Pupil Premium Admin /Resource

£7,980

Small group TA support in Y1 for English and mathematics

£23,940

Small group TA support in Y2 for English and mathematics

£23,940

Small group setting in Y5 /Y6 (Additional Teacher AM )

£33,321

3 additional teacher across KS 2

£132,618

Access to enrichment activities (we are exploring how this can be developed further) £2,395

 

£255,898

 

 

TABLE SHOWING PROGRESS FROM SEPTEMBER 2014 TO MARCH 2015

 

 

 

PUPIL PREMIUM APRIL 2014 TO MARCH 2015

Area

Spend

TA Support

 

Delivery of Catch Up Reading for 27 Pupil Premium Children.

£14,364.00

Small group TA support in Y1 for English and mathematics

£23,940.00

Small group TA support in Y2 for English and mathematics

£23,940.00

Additional 2 Teachers Y3/Y4

 

Additional teacher led literacy interventions Y3 /Y4 afternoons

£36,000.00

Small group setting in Maths Y3/Y4

£54,000.00

Two additional teachers AM, One PM

 

Additional teacher lead literacy interventions Y5 /Y6 afternoons

£18,000.00

Small group setting in Maths Y5 /Y6

£60,321.00

Counselling /Emotional Support

 

Clinical Psychologist /Place2Be

£12,435.00

 

£243,000.00

 

EYFS 2014

Pupils entitled to Free School Meals performed as well other pupils in the school with 67% of children in both groups achieving a good level of development (7% percentage points above the national average).

 

KS1 2014

  • Core disadvantaged pupils achieved highly at KS1 at Stanhope Primary School with broadly positive attainment gaps when compared to other pupils nationally.

 

Y1 Phonic Check 2014

  • Pupils at Stanhope Primary School who are disadvantaged perform significantly better than other pupils nationally in the percentage passing the Y1 phonic screening check.
  • Phonics teaching at Stanhope Primary School is Outstanding.
  • 84% of Stanhope disadvantaged pupils passed the Y1 phonic screening check compared to a national pass rate of 74% for all pupils and 78% for other pupils.

 

Y2 APS 2014

  • Stanhope core disadvantaged pupils achieved above the national average for other pupils in reading (+1.2 APS), writing (+1.4 APS) and maths (+0.7 APS)

 

Y2 L2+ 2014

  • Stanhope core disadvantaged pupils achieved above the national average for other pupils in reading (+8%), writing (+6%) and maths (+6%)

 

Y2 L2B+ 2014

  • Stanhope core disadvantaged pupils achieved above the national average for other pupils in reading (+9%), writing (+20%) and maths (+10%)

 

Y2 L3+ 2014

  • Stanhope core disadvantaged pupils achieved above the national average for other pupils in reading (+5%) and writing (+16%) and just below the national average for other pupils in maths (-3%)

 

KS2 2014 (Core pupils are pupils who were in the school at the beginning of the previous academic year.

 

Expected and more than expected core disadvantaged compared to national

 

Cohort

Expected Core Disadvantaged

Expected

National

Disadvantaged

Expected

National Other

More than

Expected Core Disadvantaged

More than

Expected

National Other

Reading

28

84%

88%

92%

32%

34%

Writing

28

88%

90%

94%

32%

34%

Maths

28

88%

85%

91%

27%

38%

 

KS2 2014 Expected and More than Expected Progress

 

Stanhope core disadvantaged pupils were below the national median in terms of expected progress in reading and maths and slightly above in maths when compared to national disadvantaged children.  They were further behind in all areas when compared to other children nationally and more needs to be done to ensure more disadvantaged pupils make expected progress to close the gap with other disadvantaged pupils nationally.

For more than expected progress core disadvantaged pupils achieved just below the median in reading and writing, but further below the median in mathematics when compared to other children nationally.  More needs to be done, particularly in mathematics to close the gap with other pupils nationally.

 

L4+ Core disadvantaged compared to national

 

Cohort

School

Disadvantaged Core

National

Disadvantaged

National Other

Rd+Wr+Ma

28

75%

67%

83%

Reading

28

79%

82%

92%

Writing

28

79%

76%

89%

Maths

28

82%

78%

90%

SPAG

28

71%

66%

81%

 

L4B+ core disadvantaged compared to national

 

Cohort

School

Disadvantaged Core

National

Disadvantaged

National Other

Rd+Wr+Ma

28

68%

 

67%

Reading

28

71%

68%

83%

Maths

28

79%

65%

81%

SPAG

28

64%

56%

74%

 

L5+ core disadvantaged compared to national

 

Cohort

School

Disadvantaged Core

National

Disadvantaged

National Other

Rd+Wr+Ma

28

11%

12%

29%

Reading

28

36%

35%

56%

Writing

28

21%

20%

39%

Maths

28

29%

28%

48%

SPAG

28

50%

39%

58%

 

APS Gaps between School core disadvantaged and other

Mathematics, Reading and

Writing (TA)

Mathematics

Reading

Writing

English

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

In School Gap

-1.9

-2.3

-1

-1.8

-2.9

National Gap

-2.4

-2.6

-2.2

-2.3

-2.5

Difference

0.5

0.3

1.2

0.5

-0.4

 

KS2

Some disadvantaged pupils with SEN did not achieve well in KS2 tests 2014.  This was partly as a result of falling behind in Y3, Y4 and Y5.  However, for disadvantaged pupils at L4+ and L4B+ there was some closing of gaps in comparison to non disadvantaged pupils nationally.  Similarly, the gaps for disadvantaged pupils were similar to nationally for L5+ showing this is an area that needs more work.

 

APS

The gap between Stanhope core disadvantaged pupils and other pupils nationally was smaller than the gap between national disadvantaged pupils and other pupils nationally in reading, writing and maths representing an overall closing of the gaps in these areas.  It was slightly larger in spelling, punctuation and grammar as a result of some SEN pupils not achieving well.

 

L4+

The percentage of Stanhope core disadvantaged pupils who achieved L4+ in all of reading, writing and maths was 8% below the figure for other pupils nationally but 8% above that of disadvantaged pupils nationally, representing a closing of the gaps on this key measure.  The gap between Stanhope core disadvantaged pupils and disadvantaged pupils nationally was slightly larger in reading but smaller in writing, maths and English spelling, grammar and punctuation.

 

 

L4B+

The percentage of Stanhope core disadvantaged pupils who achieved L4B+ in all of reading, writing and maths was 1% above that of other pupils nationally representing a closing of the gaps on this key secondary ready measure.  The gap between Stanhope core disadvantaged pupils and disadvantaged pupils nationally was smaller in all areas representing an overall closing of the gap.  In mathematics the gap between Stanhope core disadvantaged pupils and other pupils nationally was similar but in reading and spelling, punctuation and grammar it was larger and more work needs to be done to close this gap.

 

L5+

The percentage of Stanhope core disadvantaged pupils who achieved L5+ in all of reading, writing and maths was similar to that of national disadvantaged pupils but 18% below that of other pupils nationally (this is an area that requires significant work in school and nationally).  The gap for Stanhope core disadvantaged pupils was similar to the national gap in reading, writing and maths but much less in spelling, grammar and punctuation representing an overall closing of the gaps in this area.

 

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