Pupil Premium

St Dominic School 

St Dominic CofE VA Primary School’s Pupil Premium Action Plan 2016-17

Executive Headteacher

Mrs Julie Curtis

Signature:

Head of Schools

Mrs Brenda Moore

Signature:

Chair of Governors

Rev. Chris Painter

Signature:

Reviewer:

Signature:

Date of Pupil Premium Review: April 2017

 

Pupil Premium Profile 2016-17

Total number of children on roll:

58

Number of eligible pupils:

16

Amount per pupil:

£1320 FSM Ever6   £1900 Looked after Premium

(which goes to the LA) & £300 Service Children.

Total pupil premium budget:

£21,000

 

Executive Summary

Reviewers may wish to include the following:

·         This year we have thoroughly costed key interventions and approaches linked to

the gaps identified for disadvantaged pupils. We have focused on linking this plan to the

school development plan identified priorities as well as the attainment measures for English & Mathematics.

·         In our last review we identified that all:

·          FSM Ever 6 KS2 data showed:

40% gap in RWM EXS+ with average scaled scores 11.4 lower in Reading and 9.2 lower

in Mathematics than non FSM. 

All our FSM made the necessary progress to meet floor standards in Reading, Writing and

Mathematics but their confidence bands were all still negative – within the -1.8 to -5.9 range.

·         FSM Ever6 KS1 data showed:

Please recognise these are cohorts of less than 10 and percentages therefore cannot be

shared publicly as children may be identified. In RWM (overall) EXS+ our FSM children are lower than our non FSM.

In Reading our FSM children are lower than our non FSM.

In Mathematics our FSM are working above our FSM.

In Year 1 Phonics we have no FSM in that cohort but previous data shows a negative %.

In EYFS our cohort is under 10 and percentages cannot therefore be shared. However, again

we can see that our negative % indicating our FSM working above non FSM children.

 

·         We did identify the key successes of Thrive, provision mapping, key 1:1 interventions,

pupil reviews, additional phonics support and educational learning opportunities/educational

visits. These are all areas we want to build upon this year and have identified further steps so

that we can close the gap of our disadvantaged pupils further and accelerate their attainment.

·         The core approaches that have now be implemented, as listed above as well as those planned

for this year, really allowed us to track and monitor our PP pupils’ progress and attainment

throughout the year, ensuring value for money and careful monitoring of budgets and future necessary spending.

Overall aims of this plan:

Reduce attainment gap between the school’s disadvantaged pupils and others nationally:

KS2:

Close the gap in attainment % RWM EXS and % RWM GDS.

Close the gap in Maths & Reading APS.

Close the gap in progress data for RWM.

KS1:

Close the gap in % RWM EXS+.

Close the gap in Mathematics EXS+.

Continue to build on the success of the negative % Maths EXS+ & monitor to ensure no gap.

Year 1:

Identify children & monitor attainment towards Year 1 phonics to ensure no gap.

EYFS

Continue to build on the success of the negative % & monitor to ensure no gap.

·         Raise the in-school attainment of both disadvantaged pupils and their peers.

·          Agreed date for the next review: March 2017

 

Approach

Outcomes and success criteria

Owner

Milestones

Complete by

Review date

Cost per pupil

Total cost

Create provision maps and ILP where necessary for PP children.

Rigorous provision and interventions to improve engagement and track progress of our most disadvantaged pupils

Head of Schools

Teachers

SENDCo

Pupil Progress reviews half termly & provision mapping across each term with assessments.

Sept – July 2016/17

Termly provision map updates & pupil review meetings.

Free

Free

Targeted 1:1 support and interventions linked to provision maps.

Improve engagement and attainment of our most disadvantaged pupils.

Head of Schools

Allocate teaching assistants and ensure they have the necessary training throughout the year for assisting their individuals.

Sept – July 2016/17

Termly provision map updates & pupil review meetings.

£900

£14,400

4 TAs x twice a week interventions time.

Thrive Practitioner support and intervention programme.

Improve the emotional resilience of key disadvantaged pupils

Thrive Practitioner & SENDCo

Ensure key children are identified and permissions are sought

October 2016

Dec 2016

March 2017

£112.50

£3600

twice weekly interventions time

Reading Comprehension & Peer Coaching to include accelerated reader programme and reciprocal readers.

Improve engagement and attainment of all year groups disadvantaged pupils

Head of Schools & English Subject Leader

Design and deliver training to teachers and all support staff.

November 2016

 

March 2017

£68.75

£1100

Training on how to set up the new library system

October 2016

Identify and monitor pupil progress and work in interventions where necessary.

Jan 2017

Spelling & peer coaching to include implementation of new ‘Spellodrome’ programme

Improve engagement and attainment of all year groups disadvantaged pupils

Head of Schools & English Subject Leader

Identify and monitor pupil progress and work in interventions where necessary.

Nov 2016

Feb 2017

May 2017

March 2017

£21.88

£350

Mathematics & peer coaching to include implementation of ‘Mathletics’ programme.

Improve engagement and attainment of all year groups disadvantaged pupils

Head of Schools & Mathematics

Subject Leader

Identify and monitor pupil progress and work in interventions where necessary.

Nov 2016

Feb 2017

May 2017

March 2017

£21.88

£350

Providing extra learning opportunities and educational visits/residential experiences to ensure all pupils participate.

Ensuring all disadvantaged pupils have equal opportunities and provision to extend their learning experiences and attainment.

Head of Schools

Identify and monitor the provision and opportunities for educational visits/residential and learning opportunities.

Sept 2016

Jan 2017

March 2017

March 2017

£75

£1200

(Let’s Get approx. £501)

Total cost of all approaches: £21,000

Extra required from School: £0

                 

 St Mellion School

 

St Mellion CofE VA Primary School’s Pupil Premium Action Plan 2016-17

Executive Headteacher

Mrs Julie Curtis

Signature:

Head of Schools

Mrs Brenda Moore

Signature:

Chair of Governors

Rev. Chris Painter

Signature:

Reviewer:

Signature:

Date of Pupil Premium Review: April 2017

 

Pupil Premium Profile 2016-17

Total number of children on roll:

66

Number of eligible pupils:

8

Amount per pupil:

£1320 FSM Ever6   £1900 Looked after Premium (which goes to the LA) & £300 Service Children.

Total pupil premium budget:

£7640

 

Executive Summary

Reviewers may wish to include the following:

·         This year we have thoroughly costed key interventions and approaches linked to the gaps identified for disadvantaged pupils. We have focused on linking this plan to the school development plan identified priorities as well as the attainment measures for English & Mathematics.

·         In our last review we identified that all:

·          FSM Ever 6 KS2 data showed:

A healthy -58.3% gap in RWM EXS+ with average scaled scores -11.5 (higher) in Reading and -8.7 (higher) in Mathematics than non FSM. 

All our FSM made the necessary progress to meet floor standards in Reading, Writing and Mathematics but their confidence bands were +5.2 in Reading (above confidence band), +1.5 (within the confidence band) in writing but -1.4 in Mathematics (still within the confidence band).

·         FSM Ever6 KS1 data showed:

Please recognise these are cohorts of less than 10 and percentages therefore cannot be shared publicly as children may be identified.

In RWM (overall) EXS+ we had no FSM.

In Reading we had no FSM.

In Mathematics we had no FSM.

In Year 1 Phonics we had no FSM.

In EYFS our cohort is under 10 and percentages cannot therefore be shared. However, we had no FSM.

 

·         We did identify the key successes of Thrive, provision mapping, key 1:1 interventions, pupil reviews, additional phonics support and educational learning opportunities/educational visits. These are all areas we want to build upon this year and have identified further steps so that we can close the gap of our disadvantaged pupils further and accelerate their attainment.

·         The core approaches that have now be implemented, as listed above as well as those planned for this year, really allowed us to track and monitor our PP pupils’ progress and attainment throughout the year, ensuring value for money and careful monitoring of budgets and future necessary spending.

Overall aims of this plan:

Reduce attainment gap between the school’s disadvantaged pupils and others nationally:

KS2:

Close the gap in attainment % RWM EXS and % RWM GDS.

Close the gap in Maths & Reading APS.

Close the gap in progress data for RWM.

KS1:

Identify children & monitor attainment for % RWM EXS+ to ensure no gap.

Identify children & monitor attainment for Reading EXS+ to ensure no gap.

Identify children & monitor attainment for Mathematics EXS+ to ensure no gap.

Year 1:

Identify children & monitor attainment towards Year 1 phonics to ensure no gap.

EYFS

Identify children & monitor attainment to ensure no gap.

·         Raise the in-school attainment of both disadvantaged pupils and their peers.

·          Agreed date for the next review: March 2017

 

Approach

Outcomes and success criteria

Owner

Milestones

Complete by

Review date

Cost per pupil

Total cost

Create provision maps and ILP where necessary for PP children.

Rigorous provision and interventions to improve engagement and track progress of our most disadvantaged pupils

Head of Schools

Teachers

SENDCo

Pupil Progress reviews half termly & provision mapping across each term with assessments.

Sept – July 2016/17

Termly provision map updates & pupil review meetings.

Free

Free

Targeted 1:1 support and interventions linked to provision maps.

Improve engagement and attainment of our most disadvantaged pupils.

Head of Schools

Allocate teaching assistants and ensure they have the necessary training throughout the year for assisting their individuals.

Sept – July 2016/17

Termly provision map updates & pupil review meetings.

£450

£3600

2 TAs x 1 a week interventions time.

Thrive Practitioner support and intervention programme.

Improve the emotional resilience of key disadvantaged pupils

Thrive Practitioner & SENDCo

Ensure key children are identified and permissions are sought

October 2016

Dec 2016

March 2017

£225

£1800

Reading Comprehension & Peer Coaching to include accelerated reader programme and reciprocal readers.

Improve engagement and attainment of all year groups disadvantaged pupils

Head of Schools & English Subject Leader

Design and deliver training to teachers and all support staff.

November 2016

 

March 2017

£140

£1100

Training on how to set up the new library system

October 2016

Identify and monitor pupil progress and work in interventions where necessary.

Jan 2017

Spelling & peer coaching to include implementation of new ‘Spellodrome’ programme

Improve engagement and attainment of all year groups disadvantaged pupils

Head of Schools & English Subject Leader

Identify and monitor pupil progress and work in interventions where necessary.

Nov 2016

Feb 2017

May 2017

March 2017

£44

£350

Mathematics & peer coaching to include implementation of ‘Mathletics’ programme.

Improve engagement and attainment of all year groups disadvantaged pupils

Head of Schools & Mathematics

Subject Leader

Identify and monitor pupil progress and work in interventions where necessary.

Nov 2016

Feb 2017

May 2017

March 2017

£44

£350

Providing extra learning opportunities and educational visits/residential experiences to ensure all pupils participate.

Ensuring all disadvantaged pupils have equal opportunities and provision to extend their learning experiences and attainment.

Head of Schools

Identify and monitor the provision and opportunities for educational visits/residential and learning opportunities.

Sept 2016

Jan 2017

March 2017

March 2017

£62.50

£500

 

(Let’s get Clubs £250.50)

Total cost of all approaches: £7700

Extra required from School: £60