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Pupil Premium

Click here to download Pupil Premium Strategy Document

Click here to download Pupil Premium Spending Overview

Click here to download our Pupil Premium impact statement for 2015/16

Click here to download our Pupil Premium Action Plan

Click here to download our Pupil Premium Policy

 

Pupil Premium grant expenditure

Report to Governors and Parents 2016/17

Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) PROJECTED to be received for 2016-17

Total number of pupils on roll in October 2016 (excluding Nursery Children)

164

Total number of pupils (Projected) eligible for PPG/Service or looked after Child in January 2017 census

44

Amount of PPG received per pupil for financial year 2015-16

£1320-£1900

Nursery Pupil Premium

53p per funded hour

Expected amount £916

Total amount of PPG PROJECTED to be received including Service and Looked after children element for 2016-17 and nursery PPG

£54816

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

  • To employ an extra teacher to reduce the size of classes in KS2 in order to target pupil premium groups.
  • 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 Pastoral/Behaviour support during class time and lunchtime.
  • To run after school clubs to encourage children to take part in extra-curricular activities.
  • Extra trips, targeting pupil premium children, each term to enhance the curriculum.
  • Extra resources for IT, English and Maths.
  • To provide teacher led catch up programmes for vulnerable children.
  • To provide gifted and talented teacher led booster group.
  • To provide after school tutoring for vulnerable groups.
  • Forest schools sessions established throughout whole school including an after school club.
  • Free Milk for children in receipt of Free School Meals
  • Extra EYFS nursery resources.
  • Contribution to school uniform for new starters in receipt of Early Years Pupil Premium.
  • Curriculum enrichment and residential trip subsidies to enhance the curriculum.
  • Home school link worker to monitor attendance.
  • Interventions for Maths and English.
  • Extra support for teachers to monitor provision for pupil premium and vulnerable groups.

 

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

KS2 SATS RESULTS – 2016 – Whole cohort

Cohort:

Test not met

Test met

National Not met

National met

Reading

53.8%

46.2%

34%

65.7%

Writing (TA)

23%

76.9%

26.1%

74.1%

Maths

38.5%

61.5%

30%

69.8%

GPS

31%

69%

28%

72.4%

 

 

 

 

 

RWM

RWM ARE national (test) =53%

RWM school= 46%

 

 

 

KS2 SATS RESULTS – 2016 – Pupil Premium

The Dfe’s policy is to suppress publication of figures relating to a cohort of 5 pupils or fewer.  This is intended to reduce the risk of individual pupils being identified from published data.

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received for 2015-16

Total number of pupils on roll in October 2015 (excluding Nursery Children)

146

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG/Service or looked after Child in January 2016 census

40

Amount of PPG received per pupil for financial year 2015-16

£1320-£1900

Nursery Pupil Premium

53p per funded hour

Expected amount 604.20

Total amount of PPG received including Service and Looked after children element for 2014-15 and nursery PPG

63047

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

  • To employ an extra teacher to reduce the size of classes in KS2 in order to target pupil premium groups.
  • To employ a 0.6FTE to deliver interventions
  • 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.
  • Extra trips each term to enhance the curriculum.
  • Extra resources for IT, English and Maths.
  • Extra resources for nursery.

The following table provides a breakdown of how this money was spent.

PPG Spend 2015-16

After School Clubs

1600

Extra GTA, ATA salaries to deliver interventions

15548

Contribution to extra Teacher to make smaller classes

17674

Extra Trips/events to enhance curriculum

3000

Extra 0.6 FTE Teacher to deliver interventions

22017

Extra IT provision and resources for English and Maths

1000

Extra One to One tutoring

1000

Early Years Resources

604

PROJECTED TOTAL SPEND IN ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-16

63047

 

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