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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium

 The Department for Education introduced Pupil Premium as additional funding for schools to enable them to improve the achievement of pupils from poorer backgrounds. Schools receive the additional funding for children in Years 1 - 6 who have been eligible for free school meals within the last six years, and also for children of armed forces personnel, the Service Premium. 

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Pupil Premium 2017

Context for Pupil Premium Allocation 2017-18

 Total number of pupils on roll January 2017 241
 Number of pupils benefiting from Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) (January 2016 Census) (39%) 94
Initial Pupil Premium funding 2017-18 £129,360
Revised Pupil Premium funding 2017-18 (September 2017) £124,080

Please click HERE for our Pupil Premium Statement 2017

Objectives in spending PPG

  • To narrow the gap in terms of attainment for children in receipt of FSM. 
  • To accelerate progress for children in receipt of FSM.
  • To enhance life experience of children in receipt of FSM.
  • To raise self-esteem and self-confidence of children in receipt of FSM.

 

Breakdown of Pupil Premium Allocation for 2016-17

 Pupil Premium Grant Allocated to School 2016-17 (revised allocation)     £129,360
 CAHMS£2,600
 Funding for extended clubs£9,354
 School Journey and other trips£5,000
 Forest school£200
 Speech and language therapy£3,450
 Educational Psychology£700
 Learning Mentors£27,467
 Enrichment Teachers£13,500
 Early Years Training£500
 Funding for Breakfast Club£2,494
 Extra EYP in FS£6,315
Inclusion Team (Deputy Head and Assistant (Inclusion) out of class  £24,524.40
 Teaching Assistants £33,255.36

 

Attainment of PP children 2017

Attainment of Pupil Premium Pupils in Key Stage 2 (July 2017)

Attainment Percentage at or above expected level - End of KS2 Percentage exceeding expected level - End of KS2
  Pupils eligible for PP at St Alfege (17/30) National ALL PUPILS Pupils eligible for PP at St Alfege National ALL PUPILS
Reading 65% 77% 29% 29%
Writing 82% 81% 18% 21%
Mathematics 82% 80% 12% 27%

 

Attainment of Pupil Premium Pupils in Key Stage 1 (July 2017) 

 AttainmentPercentage at least expected level  - KS1 Percentage exceeding expected level - KS1
  Pupils eligible for PP at St Alfege (11/30) National ALL PUPILSPupils eligible for PP at St Alfege National ALL PUPILS
 Reading 82% 79% 18% 28%
 Writing 82% 72% 27% 18%
 Mathematics 82% 79% 27% 23%

 

 

 

 

Impact of PPG spending 

How Pupil Premium has been spent Impact
Non-class based Deputy Headteacher and Assistant Headteacher gave targeted support to underachieving pupils in core curriculum areas.

 

Progress of Disadvantaged (PP) only in core areas:
KS1   At least expected progress: (2015)
         Rd 100%, Wr 96%, Ma 96%.

        More than expected progress: (2015)
           Rd 100%, Wr 93%, Ma 90%

Progress to end of KS2 
         At least expected progress: (2015)
           Rd 89%, Wr 89%, Ma 84%

        More than expected progress: (2015)
           Rd 68%, Wr 58%, Ma 37%

Progress measures for 2016 to be confirmed by the end of autumn term 2016

Learning Mentor support for children with social and emotional barriers to learning. Pupils make better than expected progress because of their Increased self-awareness, self-esteem and readiness to learn.
Greenwich Explorers gave a group of 8 Pupil Premium children regular opportunities for developing life skills and experiences in the local community. Children developed a range of skills such as map reading, and ordering and paying for goods.
Additional Teaching Assistant support through targeted intervention groups across a range of areas including phonics, reading, writing and mathematics. Accelerated progress in core curriculum areas, and improved self-confidence (see above).
Additional Educational Psychological, CAHMS and Speech and Language Support. Training and support for class teachers and teaching assistants.  Greater understanding of individual's needs and how they can be further supported in school.
Access to extended clubs and school trips.  Range of visits develop knowledge, cultural awareness, and adventurous activities and once in a lifetime opportunities, including residential school trip to Swanage. Opportunities outside the classroom developed skills across all areas of the curriculum, including physical skills and cultural awareness.

Subsidized or free places at Breakfast Club.

Joint sponsorship of Greggs Toast Club with Greggs

Improved engagement with learning from the start of the school day.

School Assessment Information for Previous Years

Attainment and Progress of Pupil Premium Pupils compared to All Pupils Nationally 2015

RaiseonLine gives us data to show how pupils taking SATs at the end of KS2 last year achieved compared to all pupils nationally. The data includes 2 children with significant SEN, who were both ‘disadvantaged’.

Attainment  (Y6 July 2015)

Level 4+

L5+

 

Pupils eligible for PP at St Alfege (19 pupils)

Other pupils at

St Alfege (non-PP)

Other pupils nationally (non-PP)

Pupils eligible for PP at St Alfege (19 pupils)

Other pupils at St Alfege (non-PP)

Other pupils nationally (non-PP)

Reading

89%

100%

92%

53%

38%

55%

Writing

89%

88%

90%

37%

25%

42%

Maths

84%

100%

90%

37%

25%

48%

Attainment of pupils is below other pupils nationally, but if the 2 pupils with significant SEN were excluded then a greater percentage of PP pupils in the school attain L4+ than other pupils nationally. More PP pupils in the school attain Level 5+ than others, and in Reading and Writing percentages of pupils attaining L5+ are only slightly below other pupils nationally.

Progress (Y6 July 2015)

Expected Progress from end of KS1

More than Expected Progress from end   of KS1

 

Pupils eligible for PP at St  Alfege (19 pupils)

Other pupils at St Alfege (non-PP)

Other pupils nationally (non-PP)

Pupils eligible for PP at St Alfege (19 pupils)

Other pupils at St Alfege (non-PP)

Other pupils nationally (non-PP)

Reading

89%

100%

92%

68%

43%

33%

Writing

89%

100%

95%

58%

29%

37%

Maths

84%

100%

91%

37%

43%

37%

In reading and writing the percentage of PP pupils making more expected progress was greater than other pupils in the school, and also other pupils nationally. In maths PP slightly fewer PP pupils in school made more than expected progress compared to other pupils in the school, but the percentage was equal to other pupils nationally making more than expected progress.

Raiseoneline also shows comparisons in attainment for pupils at KS1, using Average Points Scores (APS)

 

Attainment (Y2 July 2015)

APS

 

Pupils eligible for PP at St  Alfege (6 pupils)

Other pupils at St  Alfege (non-PP)

Other pupils nationally (non-PP)

Reading

17.0

19.1

17.1

Writing

16.0

17.3

15.8

Maths

17.7

18.5

16.9

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