Pupil Premium


Hassell Primary Pupil Premium: Allocation and planned expenditure 2016/2017

Principles for funding allocation:

  • We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all pupils.
  • We ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to vulnerable groups. This specifically includes ensuring that the needs of socially disadvantaged pupils are addressed.
  • In making provision for socially disadvantaged pupils, we recognise that not all pupils who are eligible for free school meals, (or have been eligible in the last 6 years) are socially disadvantaged.
  • We also recognise that not all pupils who are socially disadvantaged are registered or qualify for free school meals. We therefore allocate Pupil Premium funding to support any pupil or groups of pupils that the school has legitimately identified as being socially disadvantaged.

Pupil Premium funding will be allocated following annual needs analysis which will identify priority classes and groups.

Pupil Premium Allocation 2016 - 2017

Pupil Premium Allocation:        £75,240

Adopted from care: 3 pupils -  £  5,700

Ever 6 update:                         £  1,620

Total                                         £82,560

 

 

In School Barriers to Learning

Desired Outcomes

1:

Outcomes for disadvantaged pupils are lower than ‘other’ pupils in some year groups in reading

Pupils eligible for PPG in every

class make accelerated

progress in Reading by the

end of the year so that the

differential between pupils

eligible for PPG and ‘other’

pupils is reduced

2:

Outcomes for disadvantaged pupils are lower than ‘other’ pupils in some year groups in writing

Pupils eligible for PPG in every

class make accelerated

progress in writing by the

end of the year so that the

differential between pupils

eligible for PPG and ‘other’

pupils is reduced

3:

Outcomes for disadvantaged pupils are lower than ‘other’ pupils in some year groups in maths

Pupils eligible for PPG in every

class make accelerated

progress in maths by the

end of the year so that the

differential between pupils

eligible for PPG and ‘other’

pupils is reduced

4:

Attendance rates for some disadvantaged pupils are below the target of 96%

Reduce the number of

persistent absentees among

pupils eligible for PP to 5% or

below. Overall PP attendance

improves to 96% in line with

‘other’ pupils.

 

 

Pupil Premium Funding Allocation 2016 -2017
Funding Allocated to: Desired outcome of activity Cost Allocation

Teaching assistant support for all classes in English and maths lessons (12 classes).

Daily Booster group and 1:1 activities in reading, writng and maths.

Emotional support activities

The differential between PPG and 'other' pupilsoutcomes is reduced in reading, writng and maths within all year groups. Pupils in receipt of PP funding make accelerated progress within these subjects. £54,200
Beanstalk reading volunteers 3  Beanstalk staff to work 1:1 with pupils in receipt of PP funding in order to increase their learning outcomes and make accelerated progress in reading. Also provides emotional support and increased confidence for pupils. £2000
Learning resources To provide learning resources to improve learning opportunitties for pupils and enhance curriculum opportunities. Including the purchase of new maths resources, ipads,( and a variety of APS) other ICT equipment, reading books and reading resources. £12,200
Trips and activities wihin the curriculum To provide enhanced curriculum opportunities through the use of visits and visitors within school. £3000
Perapatetic Music lesson (guitar and piano) For PPG pupils to have the opportunity to enhance their skills within music, increasing their confidence and participation within school. £1000
After school clubs For pupils in reciept of PPG to have the opportunity to participate in a wider range of non curricular opportunitieis. This will improve their confidence, participation in school and thus support an improved positive attitude to school and learning. £1590
Breakfast club For pupils in receipt of PPG to have the opportunity to start school with breakfast and fun activities in order to help ensure they are in the most positive situation to start their day in school. This will also support the children in being at school on time and enable them to have time to complete spellings, reading and other homework activities that may not always be completed in the home environment.  £3000
Participation in year 5/6 residential activities at Laches Wood Pupils in 5/6 will have the oppportunity to participate in the wider learning opportunities experienced during a weeks residential outdoor pursuits activity centre. Costs include transportation. £2950
Miscelaneous resources Support for PPG puils for additional items such as uniform or bus passes to ensure that they arrive at school and feel part of the school community.  £1000

 

Pupil Premium Allocation 2015 -2016

number of children: 50 x £1320 = £66,00

Service children: 2 x  £300  = £600

Total allocation - £66,600

Pupil Premium Funding is planned to be spent on:

  • Reading support programmes
  • Literacy and Numeracy interventions (teacher and teaching assistant support)
  • SENSS additional support
  • Educational Resources (including ICT equipment)
  • Educational trips and activities
  • Nurture programme
  • Extra-curricular activities (including equipment where needed)
  • Breakfast club

Information on pupil achievements for those children receiving additional funding can be found on the data dashboard page.

In July 2015 all pupils in Year 6 who were in receipt of pupil premium funding, achieved level 4 or higher; making expected or better progress from their starting points.