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  • 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.

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  • 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