Pupil Premium

 

2011 -2016

Pupil  Premium is an allocation of additional funding to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement. These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals; those looked after buy the local authority and the children of armed service personnel.

All schools are required to report on the amount of funding and how this is being used.

2015-16 Spending the pupil premium allocation

2014-15 Spending the pupil premium allocation

 

2013-14 Spending the pupil premium allocation (£70.200)

   *Continuing provision of Drumskool.
   *Additional support from outside agencies (i.e. Educational Psychology, Speech and language).
   *Curriculum enrichment-subsidy of trips, visits, visitors and extra curricular activities.
   * Provision of social and emotional support/intervention to improve attainment, behaviour and attendance.
   *Additional provision to maintain/raise literacy and numeracy attainment.
   *Additional swimming provision for pupils who may not attain national curriculum expectation.
  *New tracking software to finitely track and analyse progress leading to precisely matched intervention.
  *Purchase of six i pads to enhance learning and to deliver intervention.
  *Reading Recovery Teacher to support needs of identified group of children.

 

2012-13 Spending the pupil premium allocation. (25,200).

*Mentoring support-we are using mentors to support groups of children with a range of learning, social and emotional needs in order to improve attitudes to school and learning. In addition a group of children identified as at risk of exclusion from school.
* Continuing provision of Drumskool.
*Curriculum enrichment: i.e. happy puzzle company-linked to raising attainment in mathematics, crucial crew (safeguarding).
* Providing social and emotional support/interventions to improve behave and learning.
*Provision to improve numeracy skills. 
* Provision to improve Literacy skills.

The Impact of the Pupil Premium Grant at Arlies Community Primary School.

Percentage of KS2 children achieving Level 4 and above in both English and Mathematics.
Out of a cohort of 21 pupils 90% achieved L4+ in English and Mathematics. (However there was only 91% coverage reflected in these results as 2 children did not have KS! Results as they were new to the country. They achieved minimum L$ expectation and L% which would adjust these figures up if 100% coverage was included.)
Out of these children 7 were eligible for the Pupil Premium Grant and 100% achieved L4+ in English and Mathematics, compared with 81% nationally.

A primary school which has the average amount of children working at National Expectations will receive a value added score of 100.

The whole cohort of 21 pupils had a good value added score of 100.3 overall.
The children who were eligible for Pupil Premium Grant had a value added score of 100.8 compared to National 99.8 overall.
100% of the children eligible for the Pupil Premium grant achieved expected progress in Reading, compared to 89% nationally.
100% of the children eligible for the Pupil Premium grant achieved expected progress in writing, compared to 93% nationally.
100% of the children eligible for the Pupil Premium grant achieved expected progress in Mathematics, compared to 90% nationally.

As a school we have analysed these results and have assessments and interventions in place to ensure that we continue to narrow the gap between Pupil Premium and non Pupil Premium children and that we maintain the current positive picture.

 

 2011-12 Spending the pupil premium allocation. (£15,620)

* To provide long and short term intervention programmes for underachieving pupils.
* To provide drum school tuition (years 2-6).
* To subsidise toast time provision (before school).
*Booster sessions
*Providing social and emotional support/interventions to improve behave and learning.

The Impact of the Pupil Premium Grant at Arlies Community Primary School.

Percentage of KS2 children achieving Level 4 and above in both English and Mathematics.
Out of a cohort of 25 pupils 92% achieved L4+ in English and Mathematics.
Out of these children 7 were eligible for the Pupil Premium Grant and 86% achieved L4+ in English and Mathematics.

A primary school which has the average amount of children working at National Expectations will receive a value added score of 100.

The whole cohort of 25 pupils had an excellent value added score of 100.9 overall.
The children who were eligible for Pupil Premium Grant had a value added score of 100.7 overall.
100% of the children eligible for the Pupil Premium grant achieved expected progress in English, compared to 87% nationally.
100% of the children eligible for the Pupil Premium grant achieved expected progress in Mathematics, compared to 89% nationally.

As a school, we have analysed these results and have assessments and interventions in place to ensure that we continue to narrow the gap between Pupil Premium and non Pupil Premium children and that we maintain the current positive picture.