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Financial Year 2016/17

Financial Year 2016-2017

We received a total of £211,200 in Pupil Premium Grant between April 2016 and March 2017.

We spent this £211,200 and an additional £2,979 taken from the school budget in the following areas:

 

Area

Cost

Family Support Service Staff

£88,876

Classroom Support Staff

£69,068

Teaching Services

£26,570

Breakfast Club Service Staff

£12,665

Curriculum Resources

£8,000

Staff Training

£5,000

Educational Visits

£4,000

Total

£214,179

 

Areas of Spending

  • Improving the quality of teaching and learning for disadvantaged pupils through professional development of all staff.
  • School Counsellor – 1 to 1 counselling provision for vulnerable pupils and parents, Nurture provision, behaviour support
  • Family Support Adviser – family support work with vulnerable families, attendance.
  • Family Support Assistant – family support work with vulnerable families, attendance.
  • Providing small group work with an experienced teacher/learning support/TA focussed on overcoming gaps in learning.
  • HTLA – Additional speaking and listening intervention and EAL support
  • LSP4 – Reading interventions for upper KS2, Fresh Start intervention
  • In class support from a learning support member of staff/TA.
  • LSA/P – support for 1:1 interventions as appropriate to the individual pupils.
  • Improving emotional health and well-being of disaffected pupils through targeted pastoral intervention provided by the school counsellor and or family support advisor/assistant.
  • Providing funding to access enrichment experiences for disadvantaged pupils e.g. school trips, out of hours clubs etc. to support the whole rounded development of these pupils.
  • Breakfast club, staffing and resources – providing before school provision for all children including disadvantaged pupils.
  • Developing and encouraging parental engagement and providing parent/pupil learning opportunities.
  • Targeted intervention to improve the social, emotional health and well-being of disaffected pupils.
  • Supporting families to ensure consistently high attendance and achievement.
  • 1 to 1 tuition supporting disadvantaged pupils
  • Developing access to ICT based learning opportunities.

 

In addition we received £3,574 in Early Years Pupil Premium Grant between April 2016 and March 2017, which is an allocation for eligible pupils aged between 3 and 4.

We spent all of the allocated £3,574. A breakdown is shown below.

 

Area

Actual Cost

Classroom Support Staff

£2,241

Communication & Language Resources

£1,333

Total

£3,574

 

2016/2017 Whole school data analysis

 

 

Pupil premium eligible children (progress made in tracking points)

Not eligible for Pupil premium (progress made in tracking points)

Writing

+3.3 TPS*

+3.2 TPS*

Maths

+3.4 TPS*

+3.3 TPS*

Reading

+3.5 TPS*

+3.5 TPS*

 

 

*Average progress is 3TPS per year

Disadvantaged pupils (pupils eligible for Pupil Premium) across the school in Writing,  made slightly more progress than non-disadvantaged pupils (pupils who were not eligible for the Pupil Premium grant) by +0.1 tracking points.

Disadvantaged pupils (pupils eligible for Pupil Premium)  across the school in Reading,  made the same amount of progress as non-disadvantaged pupils (pupils who were not eligible for the Pupil Premium grant).

Disadvantaged pupils (pupils eligible for Pupil Premium) across the school in  Maths,   made slightly more progress than non-disadvantaged pupils (pupils who were not eligible for the Pupil Premium grant) by +0.1 tracking points.

 

2017 Key Stage 2 Results - disadvantaged pupils (pupils who are eligible for Pupil Premium) 

 

The table below shows an analysis of progress made by children who took the end of Key Stage 2 assessments in May 2017.

 

 

Average progress of disadvantaged pupils at Joseph Turner Primary

Average progress of non-disadvantaged pupils nationally

Writing

+0.87

+0.28

Maths +0.34 +0.17

Reading

+1.53

+0.30

 

The table shows that the disadvantaged pupils at Joseph Turner Primary School make more progress than non-disadvantaged across Key Stage 2, when compared to schools who have similar results in Key Stage 1 assessments. 

 

The Maths progress score is in line with national average scores, around 60% of schools. 

The is Writing progress  score above the national average, which is achieved in around 10% of schools. 

The Reading progress score is above the national average, which is achieved in around 10% of schools. 

 

 

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