Pupil Premium Information

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-2017

The level of funding for Elvington CE Primary for 2016-2017 is based on January census data and is as follows:

  Number of pupils Funding per pupil Total
Ever 6 8 £1320 £10,560
Service pupils 1 £300 £300
Looked after children      
Pupils adopted from care 1 £1900 £1900
Total amount 10   £12,760

 

  1. To improve the quality of teaching for all pupils
  • CPD for staff
  • Non-contact time for teachers
  • Leadership time to allow for a positive and supportive model of high quality induction, coaching and modelling
  • Tracking system to closely monitor pupils eligible for PP
  1. To meet the specific learning needs of individual pupils
  • Ensure that pupils with specific gaps in learning receive additional support
  • Provide support for pupils with specific social emotional needs
  • TA3 employed to deliver interventions and ELSA support in KS2 (£2800)
  • TA2 employed to deliver interventions in EYFS/KS1 (£3419)
  1. To meet the wider needs of individual pupils/families
  • Ensure individual pupils have full access to the curriculum and extra- curricular opportunities
  • Provide free places to breakfast club or after school clubs as required
  • Subsidise school trips/residential visits (2 pupils residential @£141.00)
  • Paying for Cool Milk for each FSM child who would like it daily (3 pupils annual cost £145)
  • Ensure pupils’ learning is not hampered by attendance/lateness

Impact will be measured by:

  • Outcomes for pupils – attainment and progress
  • Intervention records, pre and post assessments, SDQs
  • Learning review meetings
  • SLT learning walks
  • Moderation

 


2015-16 Pupil Premium Funding

In 2015-16 we expect to receive £10,120. We plan to use our pupil premium, as last year, to provide funding for:

  • ELSA support groups for pupils in school and ELSA continued CPD
  • supporting qualifying families financially to contribute to school trips
  • paying for Cool Milk for each FSM child who would like it daily
  • contributing to after school activities including music provision
  • providing lunch-time sports activities
  • paying for teaching assistant time to support children who are vulnerable of under achieving due to learning needs
  • paying for a breakfast club place for any children who would benefit from having their breakfast on site

 


2014-2015 Pupil Premium Funding

In 2014 – 2015 we received £6,169. We used our pupil premium funding for:

  • ELSA support groups for pupils in school and ELSA continued CPD
  • supporting qualifying families financially to contribute to school trips
  • paying for Cool Milk for each FSM child who would like it daily
  • contributing to after school activities including music provision
  • providing lunch-time sports activities
  • paying for teaching assistant time to support children who are vulnerable of under achieving due to learning needs
  • paying for a breakfast club place for any children who would benefit from having their breakfast on site

The Sutton Trust Toolkit was used to decide the best use of the Pupil Premium funding. More information can be found here.

 


2013-2014 Pupil Premium Funding

In 2013 – 2014 we received Pupil Premium funding of £3,459. We used this as previously, in 2012-2013, and in addition to:

  • train a teaching assistant as an ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant). This enabled the school to support children who were vulnerable of underachieving due to emotional needs.

Aims

  • To provide timely intervention for individual pupils who are, or at risk of, making slow progress.
  • To support individual pupils’ self-esteem, attitudes to learning, sense of well-being and enjoyment of school, reducing barriers to learning and improving progress.
  • To enable children to build conflict resolution skills.
  • To improve the lunch time experience.

Impact for eligible children

  • Reading, Writing and Maths – 75% at age expectations and 50% acheiving above at the end of KS1.
  • All children attended school trips throughout the year, giving first-hand experiences.
  • Lunch times enjoyed more (pupil voice evidence) and clubs attended by 50% of the children regularly.

 


2012-2013 Pupil Premium Funding

In 2012 – 2013 Pupil Premium Funding was used to:

  • support qualifying families financially to contribute to school trips
  • contribute to after school activities including music tuition
  • provide lunch-time sports activities
  • pay for teaching assistant time to support children who were vulnerable of under achieving due to learning needs.

Aims

  • To provide timely intervention for individual pupils who are, or at risk of, making slow progress.
  • To support individual pupils’ self-esteem, attitudes to learning, sense of well-being and enjoyment of school, reducing barriers to learning and improving progress.
  • To improve the lunch time experience.

Impact for eligible children

  • Reading, Writing and Maths – 100% at age expectations or above (including Level 6 in maths at the end of KS2).
  • All children attended school trips throughout the year, giving first-hand experiences.
  • Music skills developed in addition to curriculum time.
  • Lunch times enjoyed more (pupil voice evidence) and clubs attended by all the children regularly.