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Pupil Premium Report 

Pupil Premium is additional school funding from the Government to provide additional support to pupils on roll from low-income families who are currently known to be eligible for free school meals (FSM) or those who have been in receipt of free school meals in the past six years. The funding is also available for children in local authority care who have been looked after for more than six months, adopted children or children of service personnel.

 

As a school, we are free to spend the Pupil Premium funding as we see fit. However, we are held accountable for how we have used the additional funding to support pupils from these groups of children and the emphasis must be on raising attainment. The funding per pupil has increased substantially year on year with those qualifying for free school meals generating income for our school detailed in the table below.

 

At St John’s we recognise that all children, regardless of background, should have equal access to a curriculum that will enable them to reach their potential and how we spend our Pupil Premium allows this to happen for our deprived children by narrowing the gap between themselves and their non-deprived peers. We organise teaching and learning to meet the needs of all our children in the best way possible, which may mean in some circumstances when Pupil Premium funding is used for interventions to support the progress of Pupil Premium children, other children who need similar support and approaches to learning but not on the FSM register may also be included and access it.

 

The Department of Education has created a document - Pupil Premium - what you need to know - which expands on the purpose of the Pupil Premium and the key facts. The link for this document is https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pupil-premium-information-for-schools-and-alternative-provision-settings.

 

School Summary 2019/2020

 

Total Number of Pupils on roll = 141 (YrR – 2)

 

Number of Pupils receiving Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) = 38

 

Amount of FSM per Pupil = £1320

 

Total Amount of PPG for 2019 - 20 = £50,160

 

Objectives for Spending PPG 2019 - 20:

  • Ensure that Pupil Premium children are socially and emotionally ready to learn and perform better in the classroom.
  • Ensure that all Pupil Premium children are challenged at their own level and make good progress from their starting points. Children to attain the expected level in core subjects or make good progress towards the expected standard.
  • Ensure that Pupil Premium children have high quality learning and life experiences that their peers potentially have access to at home.

 

 

 

Impact of Actions to be commented on in July 2020

 

Year Group

Activity

Impact

Approximate Costs

All

Additional targeted support in class for Maths and English across all Year groups (3hours per year group per day for 38 weeks per year).

 

Final impact unclear to tell as there no final data due to CV19. Predicted results showed PP children were inline with all children in maths but lower in reading and writing

£27,033.75

All

Support staff hours for specific interventions in school during an afternoon (1 hour per year group per day for 45 weeks per year). Interventions developed throughout the year depending on need.

Interventions weree delivered widely across school. A lot of same-day-preventions taking place. Final impact unclear as no final data due to CV19 

£9011.25

Year 1

Additional RWI resources and 1:1 coaching 3 times a week.

 

RWI scores in Y1 were predicted to be in line with national levels - if not higher. Full impact not visible due to no phonics assessments taking place in June 2020 due to CV19. Phonics assessments for this cohort to take place in December 2020

£1000

All

 

Educational Visits contribution at around £15 per child, twice a year.

Various visits carried out by all year groups to support learning in class although this was limited due to CV19 impact in the summer term

£1230

Yrs 1-2

Enrichment Provision – various activities throughout the year in 4 week blocks of 1 hour per half term = 24 hours in total at approximately £35 per hour.

Enrichment ran successfully and children given opporutunities they wouldn't normally have. This supported the mental health and well being of our childen 

£840

All

Funding to provide Family Games to take home as part of Feel Good Fridays Well-Being.

This ran successfully and children given opportunities they wouldn't normally have. This supported the mental health and wellbeing of our children

£1000

All – those who signed up for it

Funding of milk daily for Free School Meal children.

Children given the option of milk - impact on health and wellbeing

£1000

All

12 x staff given Team Teach training for de-escalation and restraint techniques required for specific needs of some Pupil Premium children.

Able to support 1 child on daily basis who was Pupil Premium - better learning environment for the rest of the class. Will also be used for next 3 years with various other PP children

£700

All

Teacher release 2 days each half term to support Pupil Premium Children on Care Plans/ TAF plans etc. and attendance at HUB meetings.

Families better supported and less negative impact on their learning

Cost of Teacher = £2083.50

All

Coffee mornings on a Friday followed by curriculum workshops for parents – open to all but specific parents of Pupil Premium children will be targeted. To take place twice a half term. Teachers of relevant subject areas to be released.

This was due to take place in the summer term as we didn't feel we were ready to start it earlier. It then didn't take place due to CV19

Cost of Teacher = £2083.50

All

Contingency money used for unexpected/new resources, strategies or needs.

Various resources purchased for September 2020 to minimise the impact of CV19 school closure on our children

(£50,160 - £45,982 on above spending = £4178

Estimated Total Amount Spent

£50,160

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