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Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

Pupil Premium Financial Statement 2016-17

 

Pupil Premium income 2016-17 was £48840

We spent this in the following way:

Staff costs     £44,465.00

Music                3,375.00

Trips                 1,000.00

 

Total               £48,840.00

Action

Desired Impact

Ways of achieving this

Actual impact July 2017 end of year results

To narrow the gap for disadvantaged pupils across the school in literacy

That children in receipt of PPG on Ever FSM make equitable if not better progress than non PPG peers

By ensuring that the funding provides highly qualified staff and good levels of support staff

 

To narrow the gap for disadvantaged pupils across the school in numeracy

 

That children in receipt of PPG on Ever FSM make equitable if not better progress than non PPG peers

By ensuring that the funding provides highly qualified staff and good levels of support staff

 

To provide funded or subsidised trips and extra curricular activities for all children regardless of income.

To increase children’s level of engagement and enhance their curriculum enjoyment

 

 

 

 

 

Impact statement to follow once results for KS2 16/17 are published

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium Financial Statement for 2015 - 2016

 

Our income for pupil premium this financial year came to £52,000.00

 

We spent this in the following way:

Support teachers               £44,831.00

Support Staff                      £5,878.00

PP Music                            £294.00

Trips and residential            £1,000.00

 

Total                                     £52,003.00

 

The data below shows how our children who qualified for the pupil premium grant performed against  children nationally in receipt of this funding and against national data for children who are not in receipt of this funding. The 0 means expected progress from KS1. An average score of 100 would be expected progress too. Less than 0 means less than expected and greater than 0 is added progress. Please bear in mind this is the first year that children have not been given a level (eg 2a 4c 4a etc) so this data is based on a progress measure which has been calculated to form a continuum from KS1 levels given in 2012 for this cohort, to New National Curriculum expectations this year. 

Reading National non PP School      National PPG
Progress Score 0 - 2.90 -0.72
Average Score 103 99.1 99.9

 

Maths National non PP School  National PPG
Progress Score 0 1.57          -0.52
Average Score 103 104 100.7

 

Writing National non PP School      National PPG
Progress Score 0 0.31 -0.26

Expected prog 

74% 88% 64%   
greater depth 14.7% 13% 8%

 

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