2015-16

Breakdown of Pupil Premium Funding:

2015 – 2016

In 2015/16 the school will receive pupil premium funding of £87,700 for the purpose of improving progress and attainment of children in receipt of free school meals, children who are looked after by the authority and services children, to that of their non-funded peers.

Here at St Peter’s we have allocated on:

 

·         Additional tuition for pupils in Year 6

·         Individual reading support

·         Additional support staff to deliver specific interventions

·         Breakfast Club

·         After School clubs

·         Reading Schemes to support phonics in the Early Years and KS1 and promote reading for higher ability children in KS1and all children in KS2.

·         Assertive Grammar tracking and improvement programme

·         Training for all staff to support delivery of the new schemes and effective feedback.

·         Support to enable children to take part in external visits to support learning through experiences.

2015 – 2016
Numbers on Roll 238
Total Number eligible for PPG 66
Amount of PPG per pupil £1320
Total £87,700
Nature of Support
Focus on Curriculum/Teaching and Learning

Focus on Social and Emotional Well Being including Families/Community

Focus on staff CPD to ensure pupils are receiving Good to Outstanding Teaching

93%

 

 

 

6%

 

 

 

Less than 1%

 

 

 

Curriculum Focus to increase the % of children working at age related expectations and above,  in reading and particularly writing and  maths.

Pupil Premium Funding 2015 – 2016

 

Item Cost
Y6 booster  2 x 1 hour a week £1750
CPD –effective feedback £400
TA support including literacy circle and better reading–

·         YR

·         Y1

·         Y2

·         Y3

·         Y4

·         Y5

·         Y6

 

 

·         £9479

·         £9072

·         £10732

·         £10145

·         £9990

·         £6971

·         £10571

Morning readers £4904
Rapid reading £1281
Rapid phonics £1412
Talking maths £1412
Assertive grammar £567
Teaching and learning responsibility £2872
Educational visits £565
Achievement for all £693
Breakfast club £2244
After school clubs £2100
Beanstalk £540
Total expenditure £87,700

 

Data Highlight for Summer 2016

Key Stage 2 % meeting expected level
School PP National PP National all
Reading

62.5%

66%

Writing

62.5%

80%

GPS – grammar

43.8%

72%

Maths

50%

70%

 

Key Stage 1 – phonics

83.3% of the pupil premium children achieved the expected standard compared to 78% of non pupil premium children in the cohort.

 

End of Key Stage 1 results

Key Stage 1 % meeting expected level
School PP National PP National all
Reading

83.3%

Writing

50%

Maths

100%