Pupil Premium Funding 2018-2019

Pupil Premium 2018-19

Context
Spring 2018 Census data showed 187 pupils on roll, with a further 39 attending Nursery on a morning.  Pupil premium eligibility was at 23% (around 7% below National) – with some classes having up to 31% PPG pupils (i.e. present Y5 class).

The school’s community is primarily White British at 88.06%, with 7.96% Mixed Background and 3.98% from Asian backgrounds. Overall the percentage of pupils from minority ethnic groups is 12%. 97.79% of pupils have English as their first language.

Rationale for PPG spend
At Preston Primary School we recognise that a range of barriers may be faced by the children who receive pupil premium funding. This varies between cohorts as all children are unique. At Preston Primary we believe that the development of the whole child is important. We therefore do not target this additional funding purely at academic performance directly as we feel that building self-esteem, resilience and confidence amongst young people is important for their personal development and is likely, in due course, to impact upon academic performance as personal skills and attributes increase. Some of the barriers we have identified are:

  1. Slower accelerated progress than their Preston peers
  2. Lower starting points on entry to school
  3. Lack of home reading, impacting on developing early reading skills and a love of books
  4. The opportunity to access life experiences
  5. To increase pupil mental wellbeing and resilience
Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received (April 2018)
Total number of pupils on roll 187
Total number of pupils eligible for disadvantaged funding 34
Amount of disadvantaged funding  received per pupil £1320
Total number of pupils eligible for service funding 6
Amount of funding received per pupil £300
Total number of pupils eligible for post LAC funding 3
Amount of funding received per pupil £2300
Total amount of disadvantaged funding received £53580

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spending Plan for PPG funding Academic Year 2018-19

Item / Project Objective Cost Intended barrier to be addressed Expected impact
Psychological Services

 

To buy into the enhanced ‘Educational Psychology’ service – targeted at pupils experiencing barriers to learning £4000 1 Small step programs are in place and monitored by SENDCo and assessment lead termly. Timely programs using expert advice can be followed within school raising the rate of progress for these children.
To enrich the curriculum through funding activities Ensure fair access for all to all trips and out of school activities and clubs £5000 4 Children will have fair access to all extracurricular activities, giving more life experiences. 
Monitor progress of pupil premium children 1 day dedicated assessment coordinator release time to monitor impact of  pupil premium interventions and pupil premium children’s progress £7708 1 Impact intervention will be monitored fortnightly, enabling rapid response if not appropriate. Interventions will be observed by the assessment coordinator to ensure quality of provision. The impact will be accelerated rates of progress.
Implement small step targets for pupil premium children ½ day dedicated SENDCo release time per week to implement small step  targets where appropriate  and attend relevant meetings £3800 2 Small step programs are in place and monitored by SENDCo and assessment lead termly. Timely programs using expert advice can be followed within school raising the rate of progress for these children and narrowing the gap between themselves and their peers.
Intervention training through EEF and Sound training, catch up maths To make additional resources available for those children who require wave 2 intervention £2000 2 A more varied diet of interventions that can be used in school will ensure that interventions are tailored to the specific needs of the children in addition to QFT. The gap will be narrowed between themselves and their peers.
Employment of extra level TA  16.25hrs To work specifically with ‘vulnerable’ children on ‘early phonics’ intervention, one-to-one reading support and maths skills £16997 3 Children will be given a range of opportunities to develop a love of reading and also support in their homework. This will result in the gap between themselves and their peers not widening due to lack of home support.
Employment of specialist teacher

 

 

To work throughout school delivering high quality music sessions

 

 

 

£4500 4  Children will have fair access to all extracurricular activities, giving more life experiences. The additional music specialist will impact on the enjoyment of music and the children will be given the opportunity to join extracurricular music sessions.
 

To employ a 20 hour per week PSA

To work flexibly with parents to build relationships with school and break down barriers £11000 1 Relationships with hard to reach families will be improved. Improved attendance at school events through the building of these relationships
To use NPL for children to increase resilience and emotional wellbeing To increase pupil emotional wellbeing £7000 – bid currently in for support 5 Increase children’s ability to deal with situations in order to be able to concentrate on learning when in the school environment
Total   £55006 or £62006    

 

Vacancies

Due to a change in circumstances the PSA job is no longer out for recruitment. Apologies for any inconvenience.

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