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  • Pupil Premium 2017-18 Proposed Funding

    The Pupil Premium is designed to improve the educational experiences and outcomes of children and young people from low income families. The school receives funding to help ensure we provide additional support to raise the achievement of disadvantaged pupils: This is the Pupil Premium. Every child who is eligible for free school meals or who has been in receipt of them in the last six years, receives £1320 for the academic year. Pupils who are in local authority care receive £1900 and service pupils receive £300. All of these pupils are referred to as ‘Ever 6’. It is our role to ensure we allocate and spend this funding responsibly in order to have an impact on their progress and close the gap between the non-pupil premium pupils.

    Since September 2014, all pupils in EYFS and KS1 have received universal free school meals, meaning all pupils aged 4-7 can have a hot meal, every day, in school. Those pupils in KS1, whose families are considered disadvantaged due to their income, are in receipt of free school meals too. Since 2015 Pupils in Nursery have also been eligible for pupil premium funding, receiving £302.

    In 2017/18 Osbaldwick Primary School is expected to receive £118,700 in Pupil Premium. The money will be spent in the following ways:

    Pupil Premium 2017-18 forecast

    Impact yet to be measured

  • Pupil Premium

    The Pupil Premium is designed to improve the educational experiences and outcomes of children and young people from low income families. The school receives funding to help ensure we provide additional support to raise the achievement of disadvantaged pupils: This is the Pupil Premium. Every child who is eligible for free school meals or who has been in receipt of them in the last six years, receives £1320 for the academic year. Pupils who are in local authority care receive £1900 and service pupils receive £300. All of these pupils are referred to as ‘Ever 6’. It is our role to ensure we allocate and spend this funding responsibly in order to have an impact on their progress and close the gap between the non-pupil premium pupils.

    Since September 2014, all pupils in EYFS and KS1 have received universal free school meals, meaning all pupils aged 4-7 can have a hot meal, every day, in school. Those pupils in KS1, whose families are considered disadvantaged due to their income, are in receipt of free school meals too. Since 2015 Pupils in Nursery have also been eligible for pupil premium funding, receiving £302.

    In 2016/17 Osbaldwick Primary School received £126,553 in Pupil Premium. The money was spent in the following ways:

     

    PPG Expenditure 2016-17

     

    Overall Impact of funding

    Pupils accessing the Pupil Premium at the end of EYFS are performing above that of their peers due to intervention from the Nursery onwards.

    However Year 2 and Year 6  2017 SATs results show that Pupil Premium pupils are performing below that of their peers. A significant proportion of these pupils had additional needs.

    Pupils accessing the Pupil Premium in Year 1 have attainment and progress that is in line with their peers in Reading, Writing and Mathematics.

    Pupils accessing the Pupil Premium in Year 2 have attainment and progress that is below with their peers in Reading, Writing and Mathematics.

    Pupils accessing the Pupil Premium in Year 3 have attainment and progress that is in line with their peers in Reading, below that in Writing and above that in Mathematics.

    Pupils accessing the Pupil Premium in Year 4 have attainment and progress that is below that of their peers in Reading, Writing and Mathematics.

    Pupils accessing the Pupil Premium in Year 5 have attainment that is below that of their peers in Reading, Writing and Mathematics but above in progress.

     

    End Of Early Years Foundation Stage

    • 100% of pupils accessing the premium achieved the Prime Areas of Learning (Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Physical Development and Communication and Language) compared to 76% for other pupils
    • 100% of pupils accessing the premium achieved the Specific Areas of Learning (Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding of the World, Expressive Arts & Design) and a Good Level of Development compared to 76% for other pupils
    • There was no gap, in fact they outperformed their peers and the local Authority Average.

     

    Year 1 and 2 Phonics

    • Year 1 pupils accessing the pupil premium in the Phonics Check  achieved 80% – higher than the that of the Local Authority or nationally.
    • Year 2 – 33% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the Phonics Standards check retake including new entrants and all had additional needs.

     

    Key Stage 1

    • Reading: 40% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – a lower percentage than those not accessing it , all had additional needs
    • Writing: 40% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – a lower percentage than those not accessing it, all had additional needs
    • Mathematics : 60% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – a lower percentage than those not accessing it, all had additional needs
    • Science: 100% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – the same percentage as those not accessing it , all had additional needs
    • Reading, Writing and Mathematics: 30% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – a lower percentage than those not accessing it, all had additional needs

     

    Key Stage 2

    • Reading: 44% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – fewer than those not accessing it.
    • Writing: 56% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – fewer than those not accessing it
    • Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling: 44% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – fwer than those not accessing it
    • Mathematics: 50% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – fewer than those not accessing it but higher than the Local Authority average.
    • 50% of the pupils accessing the Premium had additional needs.

    Each year group has a varied percentage of pupils accessing the Pupil Premium. The school has commissioned a pupil premium review where no systemic teaching and learning issues were identified. An action plan is in place to continue to support effective teaching and learning with focused marking, feedback and support on underperforming pupils.

  • The Pupil Premium is designed to improve the educational experiences and outcomes of children and young people from low income families.

    In 2015/16 Osbaldwick Primary School received £134,479 in Pupil Premium.

    Overall Impact of funding

    End Of Early Years Foundation Stage
    • 71% of pupils accessing the premium achieved the Prime Areas of Learning (Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Physical Development and Communication and Language) compared to 78% for other pupils
    • 43% of pupils accessing the premium achieved the Specific Areas of Learning (Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding of the World, Expressive Arts & Design) and a Good Level of Development compared to 72% for other pupils
    • This gap was slightly larger than the LA average.
    Year 1 and 2 Phonics
    • Year 1 pupils  accessing the pupil premium in the Phonics Check  achieved 80% – higher than the that of the Local Authority
    • Year 2 – All pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the Phonics Standards check the previous year therefore there were no retakes
    Key Stage 1
    • Reading: 70% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – a greater percentage than those not accessing it and significantly higher than the Local Authority average
    • Writing: 60% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – a greater percentage than those not accessing it and significantly higher than the Local Authority average
    • Mathematics : 80% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – a greater percentage than those not accessing it and significantly higher than the Local Authority average
    • Science: 100% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – a greater percentage than those not accessing it and significantly higher than the Local Authority average
    • Reading, Writing and Mathematics: 60% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – a greater percentage than those not accessing it and significantly higher than the Local Authority average
    Key Stage 2
    • Reading: 40% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – fewer than those not accessing it and in line with the Local Authority average.
    • Writing: 53% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – fewer than those not accessing it but higher than the Local Authority average
    • Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling: 53% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – fewer than those not accessing it but higher than the Local Authority average
    • Mathematics: 53% of pupils accessing the pupil premium achieved the National Standard – fewer than those not accessing it but higher than the Local Authority average.

    More detailed information available here…

  • The Pupil Premium is designed to improve the educational experiences and outcomes of children and young people from low income families.

    In 2014/15 Osbaldwick Primary School will receive £130,000 in Pupil Premium. Plans for expenditure of monies are:

    Details Amount
    Specialist literacy intervention in class and in small groups

    • Including speech and language support in programmes such as Time to Talk, EKLAN, Talking Partners, Talk Boost Socially Speaking, specialist resource support
    • Phonics interventions, reading and writing interventions in KS1 and KS2
    • Dyslexia support eg. Toe by Toe structured reading and spelling intervention
    • Reading interventions such as Skillteach and LINK, Attac, Bug Club and Wordsmith on line, support from school and home
    • Music literacy support
    • Daily paired reading with Teaching Assistants and the Reading Volunteer Scheme – ‘Right to Read’
    £39,313
    Maths

    • Setting
    • Digital Software eg Numbergym
    • High attainer challenge group
    • Music maths support
    £3,000
    Classroom targeted support for underachievers

    • Pre-teaching activities, precision teaching and focused questioning
    £5,567
    One to one provision and booster groups for literacy and numeracy

    • Tutor support through Explore Learning
    • Summer school
    £16,206
    Specialist support costs

    • Special Needs non-contact time
    • Specialist support purchases eg speech and language, special needs, English as an additional language
    • Extra Teaching Assistant support in Quality First Teaching
    £34,993
    Pastoral support

    • Dedicated Pastoral Team
    • Strengthening families courses where required
    • Emergency support for Out of School Hours Club
    £37,214
    Extra-Curricular activities

    • Support for after school clubs
    • York Children’s University Passport Activity and Cultural Experience Scheme
    • School visits and activities support
    £13,410
    Total Expenditure £149,703
    Pupil Premium received £130,000
    Additional school contribution, some of which covers non-pupil premium underachievers £19,703