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Lakeside Primary School Principles for use of Pupil Premium

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To ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all pupils. To ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to vulnerable groups and to ensure that the needs of socially disadvantaged pupils are addressed. In so doing, we recognise that not all pupils who are, or have been eligible for free school meals within the last 6 years, are socially disadvantaged. We also recognise that there are socially disadvantaged and vulnerable pupils who do not qualify or register for free school meals. We therefore allocate Pupil Premium funding to support any pupil or groups of pupils that the school has legitimately identified as being socially disadvantaged.

Pupil Premium funding will be allocated following annual needs analyses which will identify priority classes and groups. Allocation will also reflect impact research including reported findings by the Education Endowment Fund (Sutton Trust) and Ofsted Objectives in spending PPG:

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To continue to close the gap in attainment between Pupil Premium and Non Pupil Premium pupils in Reading, Writing and Maths across the school. To ensure there is no significant difference in progress made between SEND, FSM and vulnerable pupils and whole cohort and to accelerate the progress of these children to narrow the gap in attainment. To secure consistently good or outstanding teaching and learning, with appropriate emphasis and focus on accelerating learning of FSM/SEND/PP and other vulnerable pupils.

Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure Plan Overview of the school Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received 2012-13 Total number of pupils on roll (October 2012 RoL)

327

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

123

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£623.00

Total amount of PPG received

£76629

Use of Pupil Premium 2012-13: • Employment of two coaches to introduce and steer the Empowered Learning project with pupils in Y6. This project motivates and encourages children to take responsibility for their own learning through setting and addressing personal learning targets. It involves class and one to one coaching and involvement of


parents - £5000 (See Y6 End of KS2 Raiseonline impact data below)

Buy in to the Achievement 4 All programme for 2 years which focuses on raising attainment for vulnerable pupils through parental engagement. (£3000) Cost of supporting structured conversations with parents (supply)- £3000. Total £6000. Average APS Progress for A4A pupils 2012-13:Reading 4.05 APS Writing 4.46 APS Maths 3.86 APS

Employment of an Inclusion Team – PSA, Inclusion Support Assistant and Learning Mentor. Family and pupil support/attendance £35000 2011-12 and 2012-13 absence and PA levels below or in line with national median trend line for FSM level.

Purchase of Fresh Start (Y5/6) and Hickey literacy intervention materials £1400 Children accessing programmes made expected or accelerated progress.

Allocated Teacher (0.4) and TA time and training for SpLD support. £9000 (2012/13. Teacher cost for full year - £17800) Children accessing programmes made expected or accelerated progress.

Climate for Learning, Lesson Study and Assessment for Learning training and materials. (£2000 – CPD and supply) Improving quality of teaching profile:-

Profile of Teaching Lesson observations 2011-2012 Lesson observations Autumn 2012 Lesson observations Summer 2013 Lesson observations Autumn 2013

Inadequate 9% 15%

RI 23% 8%

Good/Outstanding 67% 77%

0%

21%

79%

0%

15%

85%

One to one Tuition - £7000 KS2 children receiving 1:1 tuition have made expected or accelerated progress.

Attendance incentives - £500 Absence for FSM pupils 0.8% below the National Average. Persistent Absence for FSM 2% below the National Average. (2012 RaiseonLine).

Teamteach training - £2000 No exclusions (2012/13)

Contribution to employment of a team of 13 TAs providing a range of literacy and numeracy interventions - £168000 pa


Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received 2013-14 Total number of pupils on roll (October 2013 RoL)

341

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

140

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£900.00

Total amount of PPG received

£126,000.00

Use of Pupil Premium 2013-14 Members of the Promoting Achievement Committee agreed to following planned use of Pupil Premium Our final allocation was £126000:-

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Employment of Empowered Learning project coach to work with Y6 and extend the project into other KS2 year groups. This project motivates and encourages children to take responsibility for their own learning through setting and addressing personal learning targets. It involves class and one to one coaching and involvement of parents - £12740 Buy in to the and funding to implement the Achievement 4 All programme for Year 2 which focuses on raising attainment for vulnerable pupils through parental engagement. - £3000 Funding to participate in additional Achievement 4 All projects:Talk Boost – KS1 language intervention - £820 (resources and training) Employment of an Inclusion Team – PSA, Inclusion Support Assistant and Learning Mentor, Inclusion HLTA. - £36184 Employment of a HLTA with a specific inclusion remit - £14011 TAs – Delivery of targeted interventions - £68421 First Class@Number maths intervention resources and training - £1200 One to one tuition - £5000 – Using for supply to release class teachers to provide focussed tuition to FSM and vulnerable pupils in their class. CPD – Lesson Study and Assessment for Learning training and materials - TBC Super numery teacher to deliver individual and small group booster programmes x 3 days per week - £11089 Funding for attendance initiatives - £500 Subsidy of after school clubs, trips and Breakfast Club for FSM pupils - £3500 (estimate) Free Milk – FSM pupils - £1813 (estimate) Dyslexia resources - £800

Total - £159078 This is £33078 higher than the £126000 allocated. Impact of Pupil Premium Spend 2012-`13.

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2013 Raiseonline confirms significantly stronger progress by FSM pupils at the end of KS2 in all core subjects. Attainment of FSM pupils was similar in reading and higher in writing and maths. The progress of FSM pupils across the school was broadly in line with all pupils with some cohort variation. (Refer to APS progress summary). Attainment (APS)


of FSM pupils in other year groups across the school is lower than for non FSM pupils and we must therefore retain our focus on accelerating their progress to sustain 2013 success in narrowing gaps. Attainment of Pupil Premium pupils compared to Non-pupil premium children 2013 KS2 67% of all pupils attaining level 4 in Reading, Writing and Maths

PP= 68% APS Non PP =65% Diff = 3%

APS Reading, Writing and Maths – 26.5

APS PP – 27.2 Non PP – 25.5 Diff – 1.7 PP= 77% Non PP =71% Diff = 6% PP= 25.9 Non PP =25.6 Diff = 0.3 PP = 82% Non PP 71% Diff = 11% PP= 26.2 Non PP = 25.2 Diff =1.0 PP = 82% Non PP=71% Diff = +11% PP = 28.4 Non PP= 25.6 Diff = 2.8

74% of pupils attaining level 4+ in Reading APS All Pupils – Reading – 25.8 77% of pupils attaining level 4+ in Writing APS All Pupils – Writing – 25.8 77% of pupils attaining level 4+ Maths APS All Pupils – Maths - 27.2

Progress of Pupil Premium pupils compared to Non-pupil premium children 2013 KS2 81% of pupils making expected or more PP= 90% progress in Reading Non PP =67% Diff = 23% 89% of pupils making expected or more PP = 95% progress in Writing Non PP =80% Diff = 15% 82% of pupils making expected progress PP = 91% or more in Maths Non PP=69 % Diff = 22%

Pupil premium website statement rev jan2014  
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