Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Report New City Primary School

Financial year Amount of Pupil Premium Funding
2016-2017 £195,780
2015 -2016 £238,500
2014-2015 £236,600

 

 

2016-2017
Percentage of FSM Pupils 7.4%
Percentage of Pupil Premium children 21.5%
Number of Pupil Premium pupils eligible for FSM 43
Number of Looked After children eligible for Pupil premium 0

 

2016-2017 – Actions focused on Learning and Outcomes

Pupil premium
 used for
Cost Summary of Intervention/Action
Year group and pupils involved  time scale
Intended outcomes 
How this intervention will improve achievement for pupil eligible for pupil premium
Monitored by who and when
Intervention groups for maths and English 25,000 Targeted children from years 1-6. Challenging children’s attitude top school and learning.
Smart interventions reviewed half termly.
85% of identified children achieving ARE in RWM.
Focus children closing the gap in attainment in reading writing and maths.
  • An investment in small group teaching for higher ability children
  • Ensure interventions are led by teachers supported by teaching assistants
  • Consistency of high quality teaching with teachers aware and monitoring the progress of PP funded children
HT/SLT
Teaching Assistant intervention support.
Wave 3 Literacy, Numeracy and Phonic support.
24,000 All year groups. Groups reviewed and evaluated half termly. Training and CPD opportunities for support staff. Gap closing between PP and NPP children through intensive small group support in reading and maths. HT/SLT
English booster tuition 2,000 Years 5 and 6. Managed by SENCO and class teachers. Focus children identified through summative assessment. Booster sessions to support all learners. PP children will be identified for support where appropriate.
85% of identified children achieving ARE in reading and writing by June 2017
English Coordinator
Maths booster tuition 2,000 Year 6.
1:1 tuition delivered by teaching staff from across the school, managed by Y6 lead teacher
Focus children identified through summative assessment.
Booster sessions to support all learners. PP children will be identified for support where appropriate.
85% of identified children achieving ARE in maths by June 2017
Maths coordinator
Reducing class size year six/transition 20,000 Year 6 Aim Higher, challenging more able PP pupils. HT
EYFS Phonics development and training  16,000 N/R/Yr 1 Introduction of new phonics scheme of work. Year 1 Phonics pass rate 90% for all children. No gap between PP and NPP children.
To raise CLL and CLE through speaking and listening programmes.
To increase staff knowledge and strategies
To increase children’s opportunities for supported speaking and listening.
To provide resources that support the development of language and communication
English Coordinator
Phonics Booster 10,000 Specialist teacher to support targeted children in Yrs 1 and 2. 1:1 and small group support Year 1 and 2 Phonics pass rate 90% for all children. No gap between PP and NPP children. SENCO
EAL Support 10,000 Specialist member of staff to support targeted children across the school.
1:1 and small group support. Support for teachers in class and withdrawal groups for NEAL children
Gaps closing between EAL children, including PP children, and the cohort.
NEAL children to be able to take part in classroom activities with increasing independence.
SENCO

2016-2017 – Actions focused on social emotional and behavioural issues

Pastoral support (for individual pupils led by learning mentors workers) Nil Whole school- targeted children from vulnerable children’s list Nurture groups and self-esteem, promoting confidence and raised motivation. SENCO
Behaviour  interventions 500 Whole school
Arrange CPD for Mid –day supervisors to develop play opportunities at lunchtime
Develop the range of lunch time activities. Children become more confident socially. Negative interactions reduced DHT
Social and emotional learning 12,000 Whole school
Learning Mentors set up peer moderators and mediators with the year 5 and 6 children.
Through peer modelling children become more confident socially. Negative interactions reduced. DHT
Family Support Worker 10,000 Whole school/ Whole community
  • To increase resilience within families and to improve outcomes for vulnerable families
  • Increasing parenting skills to directly impact upon closing the gap
  • Supporting families at key transition points and at admission activating early help when needed
  • Supporting disadvantaged parents to learn key skills and English. In turn influencing outcomes for pupils
  • Increase attendance of vulnerable families
HT
Counsellor/pastoral support worker 10,000 Focus on  children identified by class teachers and intervention team
  • To tackle significant barriers to learning for disadvantaged pupils on some key issues including bereavement, drug dependency and domestic violence
  • To raise self-esteem in disadvantaged pupils and increase strategies for resilience
  • To increase confidence of disadvantaged pupils impacting upon attainment
SENCO
Speech Therapist 2,000 Deliver speech and language programmes to children Train NNEB and Teaching staff and TAs to deliver specific programmes to support speech School will have staff trained in delivering Chatterbox programme Letters and Sounds Box Clever programmes Colourful Semantics Communication boards
  • To raise CLL and CLE through speaking and listening programs
  • To increase staff knowledge and strategies
  • To increase children’s spoken language Inclusion manager development opportunities
  • To provide resources that supports the development of language and communication
SENCO

2016-2017 – Actions focused on enrichment beyond the curriculum

Breakfast and Afterschool Club 10,000 Whole School.
To fund PP children to attend Breakfast and Afterschool Club if appropriate.
Children get to school on time and have had a stable start to the day. All children will have had food and drink prior to school. Children able to focus more effectively on lessons.
Afterschool children will have a safe place to play and socialise before being collected. Parents will have more flexibility to take on employment opportunities making families more financially secure.
 
Digital technology – regular termly
e- safety meetings for parents and children
500 Whole school Increased parental confidence in supporting their children in the use of new technologies SLT
Subsidise educational visits 2,000 Whole school Provide opportunities for children to visit theatres and museums. To provide opportunities for disadvantages children to attend events with their parents when appropriate DHT
Extra-curricular clubs 10,000 All year groups Curriculum enrichment programme providing a wide range of opportunities and experiences. DHT
Arts participation-theatre groups 10,000 All year groups
  • Gamalan project (year 1). All pupils to make puppets and play Instruments for a performance related to Indonesian culture.
  • West end in schools – (whole school)whole school performance Story telling from around the world
  • Shakespeare festival (whole school) with whole school production of midsummer’s night’s dream
  • Carnival (Yr 4 & 6) three professional artists will support children in creating costumes to wear at Carnival. Brick Lane Music Hall ( Year 6 ) professional performers will help develop children’s performance skills for the end of term show
SLT
Booster tutoring for focused children  after school in reading, writing and maths (4,000) Year 5/6 85% of children to reach national expectations by the end of the year
Close the gap between PP children and NPP children and to raise attainment and achievement across the school.
 
Reducing class size year six/transition (20,000) Year 6 Aim Higher, challenging more able PP pupils. HT
Holiday schools 5,000 Y6 holiday booster programme for identified children. Easter and Summer extended learning.
85% of children to reach national expectations by the end of the year
HT
Into –University  year 5/6 project Nil Y5/6 To raise ambitions and aspirations .Work on academic projects with university graduates. Attend university taster activities. Y5/6 Phase leader AHT
Mandarin Teachers from the Confucius Institute £20 000 Whole school Mandarin lessons To give children access to and introduction to the economic language of the world.
To enable children to have a wider understanding of non-European cultures
HT/SLT

 

Pupil Premium Impact 2014-2015