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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Spending Overview 2018 - 19

Pupil Premium Report 2018 - 19

Pupil Premium Policy and Rationale 2017-18

Click here to download Pupil Premium Spending Overview 2017-2018

Pupil Premium Strategy Document 2017

Guidance on how to claim FSM for parents

 

Pupil Premium grant expenditure

Pupil Premium grant expenditure

Report to Governors and Parents 2018-19

Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) PROJECTED to be received for 2018-19

Total number of pupils on roll in October 2018 (excluding Nursery Children)

165

Total number of pupils (Projected) eligible for PPG/Service or looked after Child in January 2019 census

47

Amount of PPG received per pupil for financial year 2016-17

£1320-£2300

Nursery Pupil Premium

53p per funded hour

Expected amount £600

Total amount of PPG PROJECTED received including Service and Looked after children element for 2017-18 and nursery PPG

£64588

Principles

  • We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all our pupils
  • We ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to vulnerable groups
  • We will make provision for all socially disadvantaged pupils whether they are registered for free school meals or not.

Children’s attainment at Barlby Bridge School – KS2 SATS results

KS2 SATS RESULTS – 2018 – Whole cohort

Cohort:

School met

School not met

National met

National not met

Reading

74%

26%

75%

25%

Writing (TA)

79%

21%

78%

22%

Maths

90%

10%

75%

25%

GPS

74%

26%

75%

25%

 

 

 

 

 

RWM

74%

26%

64%

36%

 

                           

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

Progress score disadvantaged pupils

-0.23

+5.01

+3.06

Confidence interval

TBC

TBC

TBC

National average for non-disadvantaged pupils

TBC

TBC

TBC

Number of disadvantaged

10

10

10

 

Reading, writing and maths combined

Percentage of disadvantaged pupils achieving the expected standard

Number of disadvantaged pupils = 10

Reading, writing and maths combined data for Barlby Bridge Community Primary School

 

School

National Average

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in English reading, writing and mathematics

60%

TBC

 

Average scaled score for disadvantaged pupils in:

Reading

Number of disadvantaged pupils = 10

Average scaled score for disadvantaged pupils in: data for Barlby Brideg Community Primary School.

 

School

National Average

Average scaled score in English reading

99.4%

TBC

 

Maths

Number of disadvantaged pupils = 10

Maths data for Barlby Bridge Community Primary School

 

School

National Average

Averaged Scaled score in mathematics

100.8%

TBC

 

 

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) to be received for 2017-18

Total number of pupils on roll in October 2017 (excluding Nursery Children)

161

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG/Service or looked after Child in January 2018 census

50 ( including 3 LAC)

Amount of PPG received per pupil for financial year 2016-17

£1320-£1900

Nursery Pupil Premium

53p per funded hour

Expected amount £905

Total amount of PPG received including Service and Looked after children element for 2017-18 and nursery PPG

£62094.16

 

Principles

  • We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all our pupils
  • We ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to vulnerable groups
  • We will make provision for all socially disadvantaged pupils whether they are registered for free school meals or not.

Funding uses

  •  employ an extra teacher to reduce the size of classes in KS2 in order to target pupil premium groups.
  • To employ a Teacher to deliver catch up sessions in KS2
  • To provide one to one support for individual students to raise their attainment.
  • To provide TA support in specific years to deliver interventions depending on children’s needs for pupil premium children.
  • To provide Pastorial/Behaviour support during classtime and lunchtime.
  • To run after school clubs to encourage children to take part in extra-curricular activities.
  • To provide funded breakfast club and after school club places
  • Extra trips each term to enhance the curriculum.
  • Extra resources for IT, English and Maths.
  • Extra resources for nursery.
  • School Milk for Free School Meals Children
  • EYFS resources in nursery
  • Contribution to school uniform
  • Home School link worker to monitor attendance
  • Subsidise Residential Trip

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