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Pupil Premium Funding

2015-16

 

Pupil premium funding allocation  2015/2016:                  SERVICE -  £11 100

                                                                                                                                  FSM/FSM6 - £48840

 Number of pupils

Total number of pupils on roll

 163 (March 2016)

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

 74

In the last academic year we have been allocated £59 940, it is vital we spend this funding to have maximum impact on pupils who are entitled to it. We believe providing additional support, particularly at the start of pupils’ education, is crucial to having a positive impact on their educational development as they start school to ensure they do not need to catch up later. Further support for pupils who are perhaps vulnerable, certainly benefit from the pastoral support we endeavour to provide through PPG.

A BREAK DOWN OF FUNDING ALLOCATION IS AS FOLLOWS:

  FUNDING ALLOCATION

COST

  Additional ATA  for Fdn/y1 pupils   (2 ATAs x 10 hrs per week)

£12 800

  Additional ATA for 1 to 1 /small group  (3 ATAs x  10 hrs per week)

£19 200

  Additional ATA KS2

£6 400

  HMS Heroes (ATA 10 hrs per week-  lunch time club, planning, follow up)

£6 400

  MSA Lunch time support

£2 000

  HMS Heroes (Resources & transport to Ripon Church Service)

£1 200

  Resources for phonics/ spelling/ maths -  numicon

£2 000

  Training for specific intervention/resources

£2 000

  Resources – Guided Reading

£2 500

  Supportive contributions/bursaries

£1 500

  Supplementary costs for educational visits/swimming/transport

£2 000

  After school club  contribution

£1 000

  Theatre group

£940

Measuring the impact PPG spending 2014/2015

 EYFS 2015 – On entry the large majority of pupils enter below age related development bands.

 One of our main priorities is to ensure all pupils, including disadvantaged pupils, make good or better progress and do  our utmost to close the gap between their attainment and that of their peers.

 

Pupil Premium

Non-Pupil Premium

 On Entry in line with Age Related Bands

17%

0%

 

 Exit in line with  Below Age Related Bands

  57%

65%

 

 

School

 

National

Average

School

PP

National Average

School

Non PP

Achieved Good Level of Development

63%

65%

57%

45%

65%

 Taking account  the significant majority of pupils enter below Age Related Bands, the progress over  year for individuals is good or better.

 

 Year 1 Phonics Check 2015  % Met the required standard

 

 

School PP

National Average PP

 

School Non PP

 

National Average   Non PP

Year 1

60%

66%

78.5%

                                   80%

 

 Progress pupils made with phonics PP and non PP good or better from starting points.

 

 Further significant to note 30% pupils were new to school during the term of phonics screening  check.

 

 40% SEND had additional learning needs.

 

 Year 2 KS1  2015

 

PP – Disadvantaged pupils from entry to end of KS1

 

On entry to KS1  in % terms

In line ARE End of KS1 (2b+) in % terms

 Reading

28.5%

71.4%

 Writing

14%

71.4%

 Maths

28.5%

71.4%

 

 

 

Reading APS

Writing APS

Maths APS

 

School

National

School

National

School

National

 PP

15

14.8

14.4

14

15

15.1

 Non PP

16.8

16.6

16.6

15.8

16

16.9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading % 2b+

Writing % 2b+

Maths %2b+

 PP

71%

71%

71%

 Non PP

91%

91%

91%

 

 Pupils overall make better than expected progress across KS1 and data indicates  disadvantaged pupils in school attain better than disadvantaged pupils nationally in  reading and writing and equal to them in maths.

 

 Year 6 KS2 2015

 

Reading APS

Writing APS

Maths APS

 

School

National

School

National

School

National

 PP

25.5

27.2

28.2

26.6

27

27.3

 Non PP

27

29.6

28.1

28.9

26.1

29.8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading % 2b+

Writing % 2b+

Maths %2b+

 PP

67%

67%

78%

 Non PP

86%

86%

64%

 KS2 data presents a varied picture, reading lower than national PP however writing is  significantly better and maths in more or less in line.

Further relevant to note this data does not fully reflect the work of the school, as 22% of  the whole cohort were new in Y5 or Y6 and further significantly 56% of PP pupils in this  cohort were new in last 2 years.

 

Pastoral Support through ‘Syddall Soldiers’ positively impacts on pupils well-being and social development. This has been acknowledged by the LA and the school have been asked to shared their good practice in North Yorkshire.

 Positive Impact of Syddall’s Soldiers:

  • Happy pupils will learn
  • Peer to peer support
  • A safe haven to talk and make friends
  • Opportunity to develop skills for life
  • Contribution to society
  • Improved links between service/civilian communities
  • Positively supports other aspects of school life & our Christian

 

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