Our grant for 2015 -2016 is £ 169,860.
The report shows expenditure for 2014-15 which totals £171,600.
£5,000- fees for breakfast clubs, after school clubs and trips, school uniforms and school journey
£ 7,000 - booster classes for Year 2 and Year 6 supporting literacy and maths.
£25,000 – professional counselling, family support and play therapists for children and parents. Positive parenting courses for parents.
£15,000 additional top up for speech and language therapists.
£7,500 – for 1:1 teacher/.pupil sessions looking at target setting and improving levels of attainment.
£22,400 – employing a level 4 SEN Learning Support Assistant to deliver intervention programmes for children facing barriers to learning.
£38,000 – 2 LSA’s to run STEPS’s literacy intervention programmes for pupils with specific learning difficulties.
£46,000 – 2 LSA’s to run social communication groups from Reception to Year 3 to develop pupils’ speaking and listening.
£45,160 – additional qualified teacher to team teach alongside class teacher- supporting smaller groups of pupils in maths and literacy
How has the Pupil Premium fund contributed toward outcomes for children?
1. Year 1 Phonic Test – Our pupils who receive Free School Meals outperformed the national figure for FSM by 7%.
2. Key Stage 1- Free School Meals pupils significantly outperformed national figures in reading, writing and maths.
3. Key Stage 2 - Free School Meals pupils significantly outperformed national figures in reading, writing and maths.
In terms of progress 100% of pupils receiving FSM made at least 2 levels of progress in Reading and Writing; in Maths 93% made 2 levels of progress.
The value added to our FSM pupils between KS1 and 2 is significantly above national and the gap between Non Free School Meals and Free School Meals Pupils has virtually closed.