Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Report for Little Hallingbury Primary School

School Information
Academic year 2017-2018 Total PP budget £18480
Total number of pupils 151 Number of pupils eligible for PP 15 (10%)
Date of next review June 2018

 

Current published attainment (for the end of KS2 2016/17) ASP
Pupils eligible for PP Pupils not eligible for PP (national average)
% achieving ARE or above in R,W,M 100%
% making at least expected progress in reading 100% 79%
% making at least expected progress in writing 100% 76%
% making at least expected progress in maths 100% 75%

 

Expenditure for 2017-2018
Objective Chosen action/approach Cost Impact
To improve pupil progress for low attaining pupils.

To ensure inclusion of PP pupils in all aspects of the curriculum.

To provide individualised, appropriate support for PP pupils with SEMH concerns.

Classroom support and mentoring from teaching assistants £12000 Across the school:

53% of PP pupils making expected or greater progress in reading,

47% making progress just below expected.

 

47% of PP pupils making expected or greater progress in writing, 33% making progress just below expected.

 

33% of PP pupils making expected or greater progress in maths, 33% making progress just below expected.

44% on track for ARE in reading

33% on track for ARE in writing

33% on track for ARE in maths

To accelerate the progress of individual children in reading and maths.

To build confidence and self-esteem for these pupils.

1:1 tuition £1590 1:1 tuition has secured good progress in all subjects although maths progress is slower for one younger pupil.
To give all vulnerable pupils a free opportunity to participate in an activity club to build their physical fitness and improve social / emotional skills. Start Active breakfast club £605 Social skills, collaboration and team work have improved.

Disappointing take up from some families.

 

To but appropriate resources for pupils and guidance to extend knowledge of mentors. Mentoring resources £230 Resources purchased by SENCo to support mentors, improving their range of tools and increasing / developing their skills.
See allocation for 2018-19 Carry forward £4054

 

Objective Action Rationale Outcome
To improve pupil progress for low attaining.

To ensure inclusion of PP pupils in all aspects of the curriculum.

To provide individualised, appropriate support for PP pupils with SEMH concerns.

TA classroom support leading guided group work following quality first teaching

To provide mentoring for individual pupils who are experiencing social / emotional difficulties.

Some issues with SEMH in lower KS2 needed to be addressed.

Guided group work needed further development targeting on gap analysis and assessment for learning.

Teachers need to respond to the needs of vulnerable groups and target their needs.

Greater confidence to take risks and accept challenges in their learning.

Improved attendance.

Progress & attainment are improving ; more focus to be given to SEN PP pupils and pupils in lower KS2 next year.

More opportunities for mentoring success- children feeling happy and successful.

To accelerate the progress of individual children in reading and maths.

To build confidence and self-esteem for these pupils.

1:1 tuition Vulnerable individuals have benefited from regular, timely support and encouragement. Improved attainment & progress.

Greater confidence and social skill development.

To give all vulnerable pupils a free opportunity to participate in an activity club to build their physical fitness and improve social / emotional skills. Start active club Enjoyment, improved physical development, social skills and collaboration. Breadth of impact difficult to assess due to poor take up.
To but appropriate resources for pupils and guidance to extend knowledge of mentors. Resources purchased Greater range of knowledge and tools for mentors. More high quality mentoring for individuals across the school. Reduction in behaviour issues in lower KS2

 

 

School Information
Academic year 2018-2019 Total PP budget £23080 + £4054 (carry forward) = £27134
Total number of pupils 151 Number of pupils eligible for PP 15 (10%)
Date of next review June 2019

 

 

Expenditure for 2018-2019
Objectives Chosen action/approach Cost Impact
To improve pupil progress for low attaining pupils.

To ensure inclusion of PP pupils in all aspects of the curriculum.

To provide individualised, appropriate support for PP pupils with SEMH concerns.

Classroom support and mentoring. Full time TA 25 hours p/w £12140
To accelerate the progress of individual children in reading and maths.

To build confidence and self-esteem for these pupils.

1:1 tuition 1 morning p/w 38 weeks £2944
Focused intervention provided by DHT for pupils in upper KS2. 1 day p/w 38 weeks DHT release for interventions £7334
To support the needs of PP pupils with SEN needs and ensure the timely input from outside agencies. SENCo additional hours 1 morning p/w focus on PP pupils with SEN needs £4547
APPs for new ipods Resources £169
Total: £27134

 

 

Objectives Action Rationale Outcome
To increase the progress of PP pupils in Years 3-5 in reading Weekly small group teaching. Targeted interventions based on gap analysis in reading.

Buy resources to improve reading progress.

CPD

Children in years 3-5 need additional support to meet demanding end of KS2 targets.

Experienced TA employed to work across the school to specifically target the needs of PP pupils.

To increase the progress of PP pupils in Years 3-5 in writing Weekly small group teaching. Targeted interventions based on gap analysis in writing.

Use of IT resources to support learning / use of new ipads / apps

More individualised teaching of GPS and use of ‘talk for writing’ strategy.

Children in years 3-5 need additional support to meet demanding end of KS2 targets

Weekly small group teaching. Targeted interventions based on gap analysis in writing.

Experienced TA employed to work across the school to specifically target the needs of PP pupils.

To increase the progress of PP pupils in Years 3-5 in maths TA timetabled to work with specific children under direction of class teacher / SENCo focused on individual needs. Children in years 3-5 need additional support to meet demanding end of KS2 targets

Weekly small group teaching. Targeted interventions based on gap analysis in maths.

Experienced TA employed to work across the school to specifically target the needs of PP pupils.

To raise self-esteem of PP pupils Regular mentoring.

Growth mindset materials.

Whole school approach.

Experienced mentor employed to work across the school to specifically target the needs of PP pupils.
To provide opportunities for parents to support their children’s learning at home Subject leaders to provide workshops / drop in sessions / forums to develop parental knowledge of curriculum and strategies to support home learning.

 

More engagement / knowledge for all parents to support home learning.