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Pupil Premium Funding

The pupil premium was introduced in April 2011 and is allocated to schools to work with pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as ‘Ever 6 FSM’). Schools also receive funding for children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months, and children of service personnel.

Pupil Premium Plan 2016-2017

posted 5 Apr 2017, 04:19 by Muhammad Hassan   [ updated 5 Apr 2017, 04:21 ]


Pupil Premium Plan 2015-2016

posted 3 Dec 2015, 00:47 by Muhammad Hassan

Key Priorities:

1.    Deep learning and mastery of curriculum objectives,  resulting in substantial and sustained  progress 

2.    Embed the element of awe and wonder across all curriculum areas

3.    Develop the personal characteristics of pupils as effective learners and citizens

4.    Ensure that all parents/ children who are eligible for the funding have completed the relevant paperwork

Monitoring and Evaluation

AHT will analyse data for FSM children on a half termly basis using pupilca.co.uk. This is included in the half termly assessment report. During our regular pupil progress meetings, the attainment and progress of FSM children has been specifically discussed with teachers, and next steps /additional provision has been identified.   See Pupil progress meeting notes & class provision maps for progress and impact on individual pupils. Summary of Progress is attached.

Action: 1:1 small group tuition for identified pupils

 

Success Criteria: A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students (including NTE) in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       M. Hassan (Maths focus and NTE programme – Racing to English) – days at £125 per day = 5 days per week = £625

Dates

Autumn term (15 weeks) 9375

Spring term (13 weeks) 8125

Summer term (12 weeks) 7500

Person responsible

SN, Naz, RA, NI

 

Cost

£25,000.00

 

Impact:

 

Action: Homework clubs/ interventions for KS1 and KS2 pupils

 

Success Criteria: Pupils engage in the project. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students (including NTE) in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       Resources (approx. £1000)

Dates

Autumn term

Spring term

Summer term

Person responsible

SN & phase leaders

 

 

Cost

£3, 000.00

 

Impact:

 

Action: Holiday clubs and weekend study support, targeting Yr6 pupils

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the project. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups across the curriculum with a particular focus in mathematics and English levels. Yr6 attainment targets are met.

Breakdown:

-       Tutors (teachers, TAs) (2 Tutors = £ 450, £25 x 3hrs = £75 for 1 day so for 3 days £ 225 for 1 tutor)

-       2 TAs = £ 198 ( £11x3 hours x 3 days)

-       1 Admin :  £99 ( £11x3 hours x 3 days

Total: £ 753 £753 x 5 half terms = £ 3, 765

-       Refreshments

-       Break time enrichment

-       Summer school

Total:  £1330

 

2 Tutors = £ 750 for 5 days (£25 x 3hrs = £75 for 1 day so for 5 days £ 375 for 1 tutor)

2 TAs = £ 330

( £11x3 hours x 5 days = £165 for 1 TA )

1 Admin :  £165 (£11x3 hours x 5 days )

Pro Active sports: £250 ( 25x 10 hours)

-       Friday pm SATs booster classes (Yr6) MFD, Naz, Hassan, Iram = £25 per hour x 2 hours = £50.00 x 4 = £200.00 x 14 weeks = £2, 800

Dates

Oct break (1 week)

Xmas break (1 week)

Feb break (1 week)

Easter break (1 week)

May break (1 week)

Person responsible

SN & TLR (SR)

 

Cost

£7, 895.00

Impact:

 

Action: Master classes with specialist music teacher

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the classes. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups across the curriculum.

Breakdown:

-       Jimmy Rotherham (resident musician) – Wednesday, Thursday and Friday = £19, 312.20 (M6)

-       Specialist guitar and drum teacher – days? And cost?

Dates

3 days a week

Person responsible

SN, JR

Cost

£25, 000.00

Impact:

 

Action: Study support packs to support learning at home

 

Success Criteria: Pupils and parents are able to consolidate and extend learning outside the classroom. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       Revision guides £50 per child x20 (FSM pupils)= £1000

 

Dates

Ordered in Aut term

Person responsible

SN & Naz (UKS2 Phase leader)  

 

Cost

£1, 000.00

Impact:

 

Action: Specialist TA intervention programmes

 

Success Criteria: Pupils engage in the programmes. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       TA training – eg. Talk 4 Maths (4 x TAs; 1 x EYFS, 1 x KS1, 1 x LKS2, 1 x UKS2)

-        

Dates

 

Person responsible

SN & curriculum team leaders

 

Cost

£500.00

Impact:

 

Action: Sports activities

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

Autumn term;

-       Youth Club sessions (£2 per session x 10 children x 4 days per week) = £80 x 12 weeks = £960

-       Football (£3 per session x 10 children x 1 day per week) = £30 x 12 weeks = £360

-       Boxercise (£3 per session x 5 children x 1 day per week) = £15 x 12 weeks = £180

-       Karate (£3 per session x 8 children x 1 day per week) = £24 x 12 weeks = £288

TOTAL = £1,788

 

Spring term;

To be comfirmed after reviewing Aut term impact

TOTAL =

 

Summer term;

To be comfirmed after reviewing Aut term impact

TOTAL =

Dates

 

Person responsible

SN & ZK (sports coach)

 

Cost

£5, 500.00

Impact:

 

Action: Breakfast club

 

Success Criteria: Pupils attend club to ensure a good start to the day. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups across the curriculum

Breakdown:

-       15 places x 50p per day = £7.50 per day, per week= £37.50 per year  37.50 x 39 weeks=  £ 1462.50

-       Resources (£1,000)

-       Year 6 breakfast club attendance for 5 weeks leading up to SATs (50p per day x 60 pupils = £30.00  x 5 days = £150.00 x 5 weeks = £750.00

Dates

Autumn term (15 weeks)

Spring term (13 weeks)

Summer term (12 weeks)

Person responsible

SN & TLR (SR)

 

Cost

£3, 212.50

Impact:

 

Action: Enrichment activities

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       Eg. M&M productions/ pantomime (£1,500.00)

-       Eg. Viva la France production

-       Eg. Poets/ artists/ musicians (£500 each x 3 = £1,500)

-       Visitors eg. Mighty Zulu Nation

 

Dates

Ongoing

Person responsible

SN

 

Cost

£8, 000.00

Impact:

 

Action: Enrichment resources

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       Lighting

-       costumes (for drama enhancement)

Dates

Spring term order

Person responsible

SN

 

Cost

£5, 000.00

Impact:

 

Action: Reward trips 

 

Success Criteria: Rewards to support and encourage the whole school behaviour policy (EYFS, KS1, LKS2, UKS2)

Breakdown:

-       Trips, eg. restaurant eg. Pizza Hut (15 children £75), cinema (15 children = £100), bowling (15 children = £100), LazerQuest (15 children = £100)

 

Dates

Summer term

Spring

Person responsible

SN & Naz

 

Cost

£500.00

Impact:

 

Action: Parent clubs

 

Success Criteria: Keeping parents up-to-date, and supporting them, with school initiatives. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels.

Breakdown:

-       ‘Stay and Play’ Nursery – NR and MA 2 x 1 ½ hours overtime (£18) + resources (£5) x 13 weeks and 12 weeks = £575

-       ‘Stay and Bake’

-        

Dates

Spring term (13 weeks)

Summer term (12 weeks)

Person responsible

SN & TLR (SR)

 

Cost

£1, 000.00

Impact:

 

Action: Whole school trip 

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       Seaside (free)

-       Theatre

-       Theme park (eg. Flamingo Land - £7.50 x 500 = £3,750)

-       Zoo (eg. Yorkshire Wildlife Park - £8.50 x 500 = £4,250)

-       Transport £3,000

-       Nell Bank

Dates

Summer 2 term

Person responsible

SN & TLR (SR)

 

Cost

£8,000.00

Impact:

 

Action: School Council budget  

 

Success Criteria:  Children are able to manage their own budget, developing skills across the curriculum. Confident to present detailed plans to SLT before spending the money.

Breakdown:

-       Playground equipment

-       Water bottles

-       Resources to launch/ support the school house system

 

Dates

Ongoing

Person responsible

 

SN, SA, ZK

Cost

£5, 000.00

Impact:

 

Action: Residential visits  

 

Success Criteria: All year 5 children will be offered the opportunity to participate in this residential to provide practical life-skills and activities which they might not get opportunities to be involved in at any other time

Breakdown:

-       Year 5 Kingswood/ Butlin’s residential (2 days = £105.00, 3 days = £165.00 + transport) (partly subsidised by school + children’s contribution) x 45 pupils = £3, 000 .00

-       Year 6 Chateau Beaumont £349.00 per pupil (partly subsidised by school (£179 per pupil) + children’s contribution (£170 per pupil) x 25 pupils = £4, 475.00

-       Year 4 overnight stay – Nell Bank (partly subsidised by school £20 + children’s contribution £20) x 40 pupils = £800.00

-       KS2 overnight city breaks, eg. to London, York, Manchester (partly subsidised by school, see below + children’s contribution = £1, 000.00

Dates

Sept 2015

Person responsible

SN (and yr5 team)

 

Cost

£9, 275.00

Impact:

 

Action: Forest Schools 

 

Success Criteria: Positive impact on pupils and their learning. All children will have the opportunity to experience Forest Schools, an innovative educational approach to learning in a woodland environment. The philosophy of Forest Schools is to encourage and inspire individuals of any age through positive outdoor experiences over an extended period of time.

Breakdown:

-       6 week SEN/ NTE/ vulnerable group = £230

 

-       £75 for one off sessions - 1 for each class ( x14) = £1, 050

Dates

Aut term 2015 (15.11.15) for 6 weeks

Ongoing (Spring and Summ term)

Person responsible

SR

 

Cost

£1, 280.00

Impact:

 

Action: Contingency

 

Success Criteria: A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       Additional costs that have not been initially thought of

Dates

TBC   

Person responsible

SN & TLR (SR)

 

Cost

£58, 297.50

Total cost

£167,460.00

Pupil Premium Plan 2014-2015 Impact

posted 3 Dec 2015, 00:45 by Muhammad Hassan

Key Objective:

To support the priorities of the SDP in relation to narrowing the attainment gap and focussing on accelerated progress

Monitoring and Evaluation

School Improvement Leader has provided a summary of progress data for FSM children on a half termly basis. This is included in the half termly assessment report. During our regular pupil progress meetings, the attainment and progress of FSM children has been specifically discussed with teachers, and next steps /additional provision has been identified.   See Pupil progress meeting notes & class provision maps for progress and impact on individual pupils. Summary of Progress is attached.

Action: 1:1 small group tuition for identified pupils

 

Success Criteria: A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students (including NTE) in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       Helen Graham (English focus and NTE programme – Racing to English) – days at £125 per day = 5 days per week = £625

-       M. Hassan (Maths focus and NTE programme – Racing to English) – days at £125 per day = 5 days per week = £625

Dates

Autumn term (15 weeks) £18,750 (Helen and Hassan)

Spring term (13 weeks) £16,250 (Hassan)

Summer term (12 weeks) £15,000 (Hassan)

Person responsible

SN

 

Cost

£50,000.00

 

Impact:

Targeted year 6 children have made accelerated progress. The 1:1/ small group tuition has contributed to this. Gaps in children’s learning have been identified and targeted.

Evidence: Yr6 data, HT informal observation of sessions

Action: Interventions for KS1 and KS2 pupils

 

Success Criteria: Pupils engage in the project. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students (including NTE) in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       Resources (approx. £1000)

-       After school: £6 per ½ hour  x  6 =  £ 36 £36 per week x 39 weeks=  £1404

Dates

Autumn term

Spring term

Summer term

 

Person responsible

SN & TLR (SR)

 

 

Cost

£1,404.00

 

Impact:

Focused interventions have been delivered within each year group. Impact of interventions to be discussed with class teachers during PPMs (Summ 2). SLT to observe interventions

Evidence: TA intervention records??, class assessment data (www.pupilca.co.uk)

Action: Holiday clubs and weekend study support, targeting Yr6 pupils

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the project. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups across the curriculum with a particular focus in mathematics and English levels. Yr6 attainment targets are met.

Breakdown:

-       Tutors (teachers, TAs) (2 Tutors = £ 450 (£25 x 3hrs = £75 for 1 day so  for 3 days £ 225 for 1 tutor)

-       2 TAs = £ 198 ( £11x3 hours x 3 days)

-       1 Admin :  £99 ( £11x3 hours x 3 days

Total: £ 753 £753 x 5 half terms = £ 3, 765

-       Refreshments

-       Break time enrichment

-       Summer school

Total:  £1330

 

2 Tutors = £ 750 for 5 days (£25 x 3hrs = £75 for 1 day so for 5 days £ 375 for 1 tutor)

2 TAs = £ 330

( £11x3 hours x 5 days = £165 for 1 TA )

1 Admin :  £165 (£11x3 hours x 5 days )

Pro Active sports: £250 ( 25x 10 hours)

-       Friday pm SATs booster classes (Yr6) MFD, Naz, Hassan = £25 per hour x 2 hours = £50.00 x 3 = £150.00 x 14 weeks = £2,100.00

Dates

Oct break (1 week)

Xmas break (1 week)

Feb break (1 week)

Easter break (1 week)

May break (1 week)

Person responsible

SN & TLR (SR)

 

Cost

£7,100.00

Impact:

 Good attendance. Holiday clubs have contributed to raising attainment/ closing gaps in year 6 data. Provided children with additional opportunities to achieve well in their holiday time. Positive child and parent feedback. Teachers able to target specific work for specific children (many children by invitation).

Evidence: Yr6 data, feedback from children

Action: Master classes with specialist teachers in Maths, Computing and music

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the classes. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups across the curriculum.

Breakdown:

-       Jimmy Rotherham (resident musician) – Thursday and Friday = £

-       S. Billamoria (Librarian + SEN admin) £

-       M. Hassan (Computing master classes) = days at £125 per day = 5 days per week = £625

-       Junior Jam

Dates

Ongoing

Person responsible

SN

Cost

£16,308.88

Impact:

Children are more confident to sing in assemblies, in concerts etc. Music is celebrated more, eg. by music concert for parents. The profile of music has been raised in school

Library schedule includes visits for all children across school promoting independent reading, weekly. Parents and children are encouraged to use the library before school. Librarian provides ‘topic’ books for class use half termly. The librarian has introduced a new reward system for a Kindle club

Evidence: ‘Buzz’ around school for reading, library timetable, librarian interview, increased interest in singing in school, singing in assemblies, music concert photographs

Action: Study support packs and equipment to support learning at home

 

Success Criteria: Pupils and parents are able to consolidate and extend learning outside the classroom. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       Revision guides £50 per child x20 (FSM pupils)= £1000

-       Home lending library: instruments (recorders - £5 each x 30 = £150 + mini keyboards - £40 each x 30 = £1,200), netbooks (£200 each x 30 = £6,000), Kindles (£70 each x 30 = £2,100) x 3??

 

Dates

Provided in Aut term

Person responsible

SN & TLR (SR) & CB (ICT strategic lead)

 

Cost

£30,450.00

 

Impact:

Study support packs have allowed children (particularly yr6) to take more responsibility for their own learning/ revision to practise and consolidate classwork. The study support packs have contributed to raising attainment/ closing gaps in year 6 data.

Evidence: Yr6 data, Parent consultation feedback

Home-lending library not yet launched – to be discussed with SLT

Action: Specialist TA intervention programmes

 

Success Criteria: Pupils engage in the programmes. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       TA training with Mr Hassan – subject knowledge focus

-        

Dates

 

Person responsible

SN & curriculum team leaders

 

Cost

£500.00

Impact:

A variety of TA interventions (eg. Better Reading, First Class @ Number, Precision Teaching and Talk4Maths etc) are being delivered across school to meet the needs of the children and contribute to meeting personalised curricular targets. Maths subject knowledge amongst TAs is improving

Evidence: TA intervention observation, TA intervention records

Action: Sports activities

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       Football (pupils - £2 per person x 10 pupils x 7 weeks £140.00, staff - £11 per hour x 2hrs = £22 x 7 weeks  £154.00) TOTAL = £294.00

-       Swimming (pupils - £2.20 per person x 10 pupils x 7 weeks £154.00, staff - £11 per hour x 2hrs = £22 x 7 weeks  £154.00, transport - £18 per trip x 7 weeks £126.00) TOTAL = £434.00

-       Ice-skating (pupils - £6.30 per person x 10 pupils x 7 weeks £441.00, staff - £11 per hour x 2hrs = £22 x 7 weeks  £154.00, transport - £12 per trip x 7 weeks £84) TOTAL = £679.00

-       Basketball (pupils - £2 per person x 10 pupils x 7 weeks £140.00, staff - £11 per hour x 7 weeks = £77.00) TOTAL = £217.00

-       Boxercise (pupils - £2 per person x 10 pupils x 7 weeks £140.00, staff - £11 per hour x 7 weeks = £77.00) TOTAL = £217.00

-       Tabletennis (pupils - £25 per session x 4 per week x 7 weeks £700, staff - £11 per hour x4 per week x 7 weeks = £380.00) TOTAL = £1,080.00

TOTAL = Total £2,921 x 2 = £5,842   

Dates

2 half terms (7 weeks x 2)

Person responsible

SN & ZK (sports coach)

 

Cost

£5,842.00

 

Impact:

Children enjoy these sporting activities and ZK has increased the number of children and the number of sessions to accommodate an increased interest. Children are being given the opportunities to participate in sports that they might not have been during the curriculum/ at home with parents.

Evidence: Achievements in PE/ Sports, feedback from children and ZK, interest from children wanting to attend

Action: Enterprise projects  

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting maths across the curriculum. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics levels

Breakdown:

-       Dragons Den

-       £ 1100 ( tutors, materials)

-       ‘History of Maths’ production (£590)

Dates

 

Person responsible

SN & Naz

 

Cost

£1,100.00

 

Impact:

 All year groups delivered a pitch to the ‘Dragons’, focusing on costs per unit, profit etc. Children have been provided with £10 per class to make their products. To be sold at Feversham Market at the Summer Fayre with the aim of making a profit (Summ 2, week 8)

Action: Breakfast club

 

Success Criteria: Pupils attend club to ensure a good start to the day. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups across the curriculum

Breakdown:

-       15 places x 50p per day = £7.50 per day, per week= £37.50 Per year  37.50 x 39 weeks=  £ 1462.50

-       Resources (£1,000)

-       Year 6 breakfast club attendance for 5 weeks leading up to SATs (50p per day x 59 pupils = £29.50  x 5 days = £147.50 x 5 weeks = £737.50

-       Zaheer to coach at breakfast club (£25.00 per hour x 18 weeks = £450.00 x 7 days = £3,150.00)

Dates

Autumn term (15 weeks)

Spring term (13 weeks)

Summer term (12 weeks)

Total:

Person responsible

SN & TLR (SR)

 

Cost

£6,350.00

 

Impact:

A vulnerable register for attending ‘Breakfast Club’ ensures that children who have been recommended by class teachers are being given a good breakfast and engaging in ‘wake-up’ activities before school. This has improved punctuality for at least 2 families and encouraged good attendance.

Year 6 children will be getting into good routines; getting a good breakfast, having an opportunity to read a newspaper, tall with friends, play some sporting activities before starting focussed revision sessions before the start if the school day. This should improve punctuality for at least 5 children and will contribute to closing attainment gaps.

Evidence: Increased attendance since ZK began coaching, majority of Yr6 children fed and ready to go in preparation for SATs

Action: Enrichment activities

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       Eg. M&M productions (£1,500.00)

-       Eg. Poets/ artists/ musicians (£500 each x 3 = £1,500)

-       ‘Mad Scientist’ assembly/show = £250 + after school club = £48 per child x 6 wks = £288 x 18 children = £5,434

-       Lego club

-       Mighty Zulu Nation (£500)

Dates

Ongoing

Person responsible

SN

 

Cost

£19,000.00

 

Impact:

Increased appreciation for theatre productions amongst the children. Teachers have been able to attend the performances allowing them to plan to use the experience to enhance the curriculum.

The ‘Mad Science’ assembly created a ‘buzz’ around school, resulting in an immense interest to attend the club on a Friday afternoon.

Enrichment opportunities have been varied and unique. The children will remember these enrichments forever

Evidence: immense interest in attendance for clubs, excellence and enjoyment when M&M/ Zulu Nation performed

Action: Enrichment resources

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       Lighting

-       costumes (for drama enhancement)

Dates

Spring term order

Person responsible

SN

 

Cost

£7,000.00

 

Impact:

Still to be ordered!

Action: Reward trips 

 

Success Criteria: Rewards to support and encourage the whole school behaviour policy (EYFS, KS1, LKS2, UKS2)

Breakdown:

-       Trips, eg. restaurant eg. Pizza Hut (15 children £75), cinema (15 children = £100), bowling (15 children = £100), LazerQuest (15 children = £100)

 

Dates

Summer term

Spring

Person responsible

SN & Naz

 

Cost

£500.00

 

Impact:

Still to be organised – Summer term 2015/ Aut term 2015

Action: Parent clubs

 

Success Criteria: Keeping parents up-to-date, and supporting them, with school initiatives. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels.

Breakdown:

-       ‘Stay and Play’ Nursery – NR and MA 2 x 1 ½ hours overtime (£18) + resources (£5) x 13 weeks and 12 weeks = £575

Dates

Spring term (13 weeks)

Summer term (12 weeks)

Person responsible

SN & TLR (SR)

 

Cost

£917.00

 

Impact:

Improved parental involvement in activities which support the curriculum. Parents have attended the sessions well, resulting in the ‘Stay and Play’ session repeating. The ‘Stay and Play’ session has allowed parents to see how to play productively with their children at home. Targeted children were invited. These sessions have contributed to closing attainment gaps in Nursery for PSED and C&L. Parents and children have provided positive comments

Evidence: Parent feedback (evaluation forms?), regular good attendance to sessions, staff feedback, photographs of sessions

Action: Whole school trip 

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       Seaside (free)

-       Theatre

-       Theme park (eg. Flamingo Land - £7.50 x 500 = £3,750)

-       Zoo (eg. Yorkshire Wildlife Park - £8.50 x 500 = £4,250)

-       Transport £3,000

-       Nell Bank

Dates

Summer 2 term

Person responsible

SN & TLR (SR)

 

Cost

£8,000 (approx.)

 

Impact:

Full school attendance. Excellence and enjoyment. Whole school ‘buzz’ 

Evidence: attendance records, photographs, staff and pupil feedback

Action: Playground equipment

 

Success Criteria:  Staff, including lunchtime supervisors and pupils engage in meaningful play and physical activities during breaktimes to encourage social and physical development to aid learning within the classroom.

Breakdown:

-       School council to decide on equipment to buy

 

Dates

 

Person responsible

 

SN, NJ, ZK

Cost

£10,000.00 (approx.)

Impact:

School Council still need to come with a proposal for this

Action: year 5 residential – Kingswood

 

Success Criteria: All year 5 children will be offered the opportunity to participate in this residential to provide practical life-skills and activities which they might not get opportunities to be involved in at any other time

Breakdown:

-        Kingswood residential (partly subsidised by school, see below + children’s contribution = £1,800.00)

Dates

Sept 2014

Person responsible

SN (and yr5 team)

 

Cost

£2,755.00

Impact:

Excellent enrolment and attendance. Excellence and enjoyment.

Evidence: Enrolment of children, pupil and staff interviews, photographs

Action: year 6 trip – Chateau Beaumont, France

 

Success Criteria: 16 children from year 5 (next year’s year 6) will be offered the opportunity to participate in this residential to provide practical life-skills and activities which they might not get opportunities to be involved in at any other time and experience the culture in France

Breakdown:

-        Chateau Beaumont (partly subsidised by school, see below + children’s contribution = £1,800.00)

Dates

Sept 2015

Person responsible

SN (and AI)

 

Cost

£2,755.00

Impact:

Full attendance. Excellence and enjoyment. An experience that the children will talk about for many years to come

Evidence: Enrolment of children, pupil and staff interviews, photographs

Action: Contingency

 

Success Criteria: A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Breakdown:

-       Additional costs that have not been initially thought of

Dates

Tbc 

Person responsible

SN

 

Cost

£10,873.12

Total cost

£178,100.00

Pupil Premium Plan 2014-2015

posted 13 Jan 2015, 01:27 by Muhammad Hassan   [ updated 12 Feb 2015, 09:10 ]

Key Objective:

To support the priorities of the SDP in relation to narrowing the attainment gap and focussing on accelerated progress.
Monitoring and Evaluation

School Improvement Leader has provided a summary of progress data for FSM children on a half termly basis. This is included in the half termly assessment report. During our regular pupil progress meetings, the attainment and progress of FSM children has been specifically discussed with teachers, and next steps /additional provision has been identified. See Pupil progress meeting notes & class provision maps for progress and impact on individual pupils.
Action: 1:1 small group tuition for identified pupils

 

Success Criteria: A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students (including NTE) in all year groups in mathematics and English levels
Impact: Cost

£50,000.00
Action: Homework clubs/ interventions for KS1 and KS2 pupils

 

Success Criteria: Pupils engage in the project. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students (including NTE) in all year groups in mathematics and English levels
Impact: Cost

£1,404.00
Action: Holiday clubs and weekend study support, targeting Yr6 pupils

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the project. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups across the curriculum with a particular focus in mathematics and English levels. Yr6 attainment targets are met.
Impact: Cost

£7,100.00
Action: Master classes with specialist teachers in Maths, Computing and music

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the classes. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups across the curriculum.
Impact: Cost

£6,308.88
Action: Study support packs and equipment to support learning at home

 

Success Criteria: Pupils and parents are able to consolidate and extend learning outside the classroom. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels.
Impact: Cost

£30,450.00
Action: Specialist TA intervention programmes

 

Success Criteria: Pupils engage in the programmes. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels.
Impact: Cost

£500.00
Action: Sports activities

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels.
Impact: Cost

£5,842.00
Action: Enterprise projects

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting maths across the curriculum. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics levels.
Impact: Cost

£1,100.00
Action: Breakfast club

 

Success Criteria: Pupils attend club to ensure a good start to the day. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups across the curriculum.
Impact: Cost

£6,350.00

 

Action: Enrichment activities

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels.
Impact: Cost

£9,000.00
Action: Enrichment resources

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels.
Impact: Cost

£7,000.00
Action: Reward trips

Success Criteria: Rewards to support and encourage the whole school behaviour policy (EYFS, KS1, LKS2, UKS2)

Impact: Cost

£500.00
Action: Parent clubs

Success Criteria: Keeping parents up-to-date, and supporting them, with school initiatives. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels.
Impact: Cost

£917.00
Action: Whole school trip

 

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels.
Impact: Cost

£8,000 (approx.)

 

Action: Playground equipment

 

Success Criteria: Staff, including lunchtime supervisors and pupils engage in meaningful play and physical activities during breaktimes to encourage social and physical development to aid learning within the classroom.
Impact: Cost

£5,000.00 (approx.)
Action: year 5 residential – Kingswood

 

Success Criteria: All year 5 children will be offered the opportunity to participate in this residential to provide practical life-skills and activities which they might not get opportunities to be involved in at any other time.
Impact: Cost

£2,755.00
Action: Contingency

 

Success Criteria: A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels.
Impact: Cost

£8,142.12

Total cost

£150,369.00

 

 

Pupil Premium Plan 2013-2014

posted 25 Jun 2014, 11:38 by snorris@fevershamprimaryacademy.org   [ updated 12 Feb 2015, 09:12 by Muhammad Hassan ]

Key Objective:

To support the priorities of the SDP in relation to narrowing the attainment gap and focussing on accelerated progress

Action: 1:1 and small group tuition for identified pupils (NTE programme – Racing to English, Maths focus and English focus work)

Success Criteria: A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM/LAC and non FSM students (including NTE) in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Impact:

NTE children are receiving 1:1/ small group interventions to accelerate their knowledge of the English language, hence are able to integrate better into classroom learning across the curriculum. Through training and coaching, class teachers have developed skills to include NTE children into the curriculum.

Targeted year 6 children have made accelerated progress. The 1:1/ small group tuition has contributed to this. Gaps in children’s learning have been identified and targeted.

Cost

£50,000.00

 

Action: Homework clubs for KS1 and KS2 pupils (resources and staffing)

Success Criteria: Pupils engage in the project. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM/ LAC and non FSM students (including NTE) in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Impact:

Children who have struggled to complete their homework at home, for whatever reason, have been able to complete their work with support from a L2/ L3 TA. These children have been able to consolidate their learning through this homework. Teacher feedback suggests that the children have been able to move their learning forward at the same pace as the children who do their homework at home without prompt. Children feel happier that they have done their homework and can receive a reward (merit/ tick) for doing so.

Cost

£1,404.00

 

Action: Holiday clubs, booster classes and weekend study support, targeting Yr6 pupils (tutors, resources, enrichment activities, refreshments)

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the project. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM/ LAC and non FSM students in all year groups across the curriculum with a particular focus in mathematics and English levels. Yr6 attainment targets are met.

Impact:

Good attendance. Holiday clubs have contributed to raising attainment/ closing gaps in year 6 data. Provided children with additional opportunities to achieve well in their holiday time. Positive child and parent feedback. Teachers able to target specific work for specific children (many children by invitation).

Cost

£7,100.00

Action: Master classes with specialist teachers in Maths, ICT and music (music specialist, librarian)

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the classes. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM/ LAC and non FSM students in all year groups across the curriculum.

Impact:

Children are more confident to sing in assemblies, in concerts etc. Music is celebrated more, eg. by music concert for parents.

Library schedule includes visits for all children across school promoting independent reading, weekly. Parents and children using the library before school. Librarian provides ‘topic’ books for class use half termly.

Cost

£6,308.88

Action: Study support packs and equipment to support learning at home (revision guides, home lending service – eg. Kindles, netbooks, instruments)

Success Criteria: Pupils and parents are able to consolidate and extend learning outside the classroom. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM/ LAC and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Impact:

Study support packs have allowed children (particularly yr6) to take more responsibility for their own learning/ revision to practise and consolidate classwork. The study support packs have contributed to raising attainment/ closing gaps in year 6 data.

Home lending service yet to be established.

Cost

£30,450.00

 

Action: Specialist programmes such as First Class @ Number and 20-20 reading (Teacher and Teaching Assistant training)

Success Criteria: Pupils engage in the programmes. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM/ LAC and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Impact:

A variety of TA interventions (eg. Better Reading, First Class @ Number, Precision Teaching etc) are being delivered across school to meet the needs of the children and contribute to meeting personalised curricular targets.

Cost

£500.00

 

Action: Sports activities (with Mr Z Khan, eg. football, swimming, ice-skating, basketball, boxercise, tabletennis)

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM/ LAC and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Impact:

Children enjoy these sporting activities and ZK has increased the number of children and the number of sessions to accommodate an increased interest. Children are being given the opportunities to participate in sports that they might not have been during the curriculum/ at home with parents.

Cost

£5,842.00

 

Action: Enterprise projects  (Dragon’s Den, History of Maths production, tutors)

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting maths across the curriculum. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM/ LAC and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics levels

Impact:

‘Maths across the curriculum’ week is supporting the discrete Maths sessions in each class and providing opportunities for children to practise their skills in a different context. 2 groups of children (Red 2 – year 3 and Red 8 – year 6) have succeeded in their business plan/ presentation to make it through to the semi-finals of the national ‘Business Enterprise’ competition.

Cost

£1,100.00

 

Action: Breakfast club (‘Vulnerable children’ places, year 6 SATs attendance for 5 weeks, sports coaching)

Success Criteria: Pupils attend club to ensure a good start to the day. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM/ LAC and non FSM students in all year groups across the curriculum

Impact:

A vulnerable register for attending ‘Breakfast Club’ ensures that children who have been recommended by class teachers are being given a good breakfast and engaging in ‘wake-up’ activities before school. This has improved punctuality for at least 2 families and encouraged good attendance.

Year 6 children are getting into good routines; getting a good breakfast, having an opportunity to read a newspaper, talk with friends, play some sporting activities before starting focussed revision sessions before the start of the school day. This has improved punctuality for at least 5 children and will contribute to closing attainment gaps.

Cost

£6,350.00

 

Action: Enrichment activities (M&M productions, poets, artists, musicians, ‘Mad Science’ club)

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM/ LAC and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Impact:

Increased appreciation for theatre productions amongst the children. Teachers have been able to attend the performances allowing them to plan to use the experience to enhance the curriculum.

The ‘Mad Science’ assembly created a ‘buzz’ around school, resulting in an immense interest to attend the club on a Friday afternoon. Teachers have commented on the enthusiasm for science in class and the use of new, scientific, technical vocabulary.

Cost

£8,500.00

 

Action: Enrichment resources (stage, lighting, costumes)

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Impact:

Drama and performing arts led by Mr Fawkes has enhanced the curriculum for all children across school, eg. ‘Eddie the Eagle’ workshop during the ‘Winter Olympic’/ WAC week inspired excellent poetry by the children in UKS2. The stage has been used to deliver a music concert, a poetry recital and regular assemblies since it’s recent purchase. It has added a ‘wow’ factor to the delivery and performance.

Cost

£7,000.00

 

Action: Reward trips  (behaviour rewards for maximum merits across school)

 

Success Criteria: Rewards to support and encourage the whole school behaviour policy for all children.

Impact:

Reward trip for identified children to be confirmed.

Cost

£500.00

 

Action: Parent clubs (Nursery - Stay and Play, Year 4 – Stay and Bake, resources and staffing)

Success Criteria: Keeping parents up-to-date, and supporting them, with school initiatives. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM/ LAC and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels.

Impact:

Improved parental involvement in activities which support the curriculum. Parents have attended both sessions well, resulting in the ‘Stay and Play’ session repeating. The ‘Stay and Play’ session has allowed parents to see how to play productively with their children at home. Some targeted children were invited. These sessions have contributed to closing attainment gaps in Nursery for PSED and C&L. Parents and children have provided positive comments. The ‘Stay & Bake’ session has promoted interactions for parents and children, enhancing the D&T curriculum through food technology.

Cost

£917.00

 

Action: Whole school trip  (eg. visit the seaside, theatre, zoo or theme park)

Success Criteria: Staff and pupils engage in the programmes, promoting excellence and enjoyment. A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM/ LAC and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Impact:

Trip yet to be planned.

Cost

£8,000 (approx.)

 

Action: Year 5 residential – Kingswood (partly subsidised)

Success Criteria: All year 5 children will be offered the opportunity to participate in this residential to provide practical life-skills and activities which they might not get opportunities to be involved in at any other time

Impact:

Yet to be seen (Aut 1 2014)

Cost

£2,755.00

Action: Contingency (additional costs not been initially thought of)

Success Criteria: A reduction in the attainment gap and accelerated progress of FSM/ LAC and non FSM students in all year groups in mathematics and English levels

Impact:

N/A

Cost

£16,397.12

Total cost

£150,369.00

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