South Lake Primary School – Pupil Premium Funding
At South Lake, we believe that every child is entitled to succeed. We have used research information and considered the needs of our own pupils in deciding the most effective way to use the Pupil Premium grant.
Schools receive a payment (Pupil Premium Grant – PPG) for children in particular categories as follows:
- Children who are currently eligible or have been eligible in the past 6 years for Free School Meals (FSM)
- Looked After Children
- Children of members of the Armed Forces
The funding is used to support the learning, development and achievement of these children.
Details of the funding allocation for 2016-2017 are as follows:
|Funding Allocations||April 2017 – March 2018|
|Total number of pupils on roll||420|
|Number of pupils eligible for PPG||43|
|Total amount of PPG funding received||£68,080|
Pupil Premium planned expenditure
|1-1 tuition in Maths/English
|Development of Maths/English skills through high quality 1-1||43% of the Yr 6 pupils attained expected levels in one or more subjects as a result of targeted 1-1 provision|
|Provision of Homework Club for targeted pupils (£500)||Maximising learning time in focussed after school groups. Supporting growth of independent skills||66% of the pupils attending homework club attained expected levels in one or more subjects.|
|Participation in Digismart
|To motivate pupils to develop their English skills using IT software||50% of Year 6 PP children achieved above expected scores in Reading & writing|
|Small group/1-1 focussed support(£62,620)||To provide well targeted small group/1-1 support to enhance rates of progress||80% of PP children achieved expected standard at the end of KS1 (LA – 43%)|
|Pilot of 1-1 previewing preteaching of learning (costed in small group work)||To enable disadvantaged pupils to be well prepared for their learning through use of this strategy||Successful pilots run in Years 2, 4 and 6.
Teachers reported greater engagement and increased access to learning
|Residential Year 6 educational trip subsidy (£400)||To ensure quality of opportunity to extend experience and build confidence||Three children supported to attend the residential trip showed improved confidence and a more proactive approach to learning|
|Support of PSA
|To improve attendance and punctuality and support children with emotional problems||Attendance levels remained consistent.
A number of children attended nurture and self-esteem programmes
|To enable development of language skills||Yr 6 EAL scaled score in maths 113.3, compared to national of 102.9|
|Early Risers – morning led IT booster groups for HA and LA
|Maximising learning time through extended school provision||100% of pupils who attended early risers attained the expected levels in 1 or more subjects|
|Financial support for extra-curricular activities||To ensure quality of opportunity across all pupils||All PP pupils received some financial support so they could attend all school trip and events throughout the year|
|Targeted CPD for all staff
|To enable staff to continually develop and improve||Training received on the new curriculum and new tracking methods to enable all teachers to track PP progress.|