Pupil premium grant expenditure: Plan for spending: 2016/17

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Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll - 460

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG (including ever FSM) - 61 children FSM/ Ever 6; 6 LAC/ SGO; EYFSPP To be confirmed

Amount of PPG received per pupil; 61 x £1320= £80520; 6 x £1900= £11400 LAC or SGO; + EYFSPP= Number of children x £60

Total amount of PPG received - £91920

Total amount spent  To be reported in September 2017

PPG remaining  To be reported in September 2017

  1. To provide intensive support for identified  new, tracked and ‘Wellbeing for Learning’ (WfL) pupils
  2. To enrich learning experiences by providing wider curriculum opportunities for pupils within PP Group

Overview from analysis from end of year is that :Target year groups from Data Analysis are current Year 1 and Year 5

Nature of support 2015/16

  • Pastoral - supporting emotional support to benefit from the Oldfield ethos and be successful in their lives. Can also be support  for parents;
  • Curriculum – supporting academic progress and attainment & wider learning;
  • Professional – supporting teachers and other staff to enable accelerated learning;
  • Other – involvement in multi-professional team approaches.

Summary of spending and actions taken:

  • Place2Be At the moment  8 of 11 children are Ever 6 and all in PP Group  . Entire total cost is £26000 but reduced as Place2Talk impact cannot be easily measured. £20,000
  • TA interventions and teacher release (including AfA strategies) Achievement for All (AfA) to remove barriers to learning £17,000
  • One-third of the cost of an educational psychologist  for training, assessment and advice: £8,000;
  • Additional support to Y1 and Y2 cohort exiting from reception following end of year analysis- TA hours £7000
  • Welfare Team- support attendance across key year groups. Provide pastoral support and guidance to families- none within existing money for HLTA; (HLTA salary £Cost  ph x 7 hrs  x 2) £10920
  • EMA new arrivals (new HLTA hours) £7,000; 
  • Family Learning EAL £3500;
  • Booster maths and English Y6 total 80 hours £10,000;
  • CLUBS: TA additional hours £6,680;
  • Engineering £6,000.

Total spend: £96,100

Predicted income £91,920

Over/Underspend £4,180

Curriculum focus of PPG spending 2016/2017:

1. To provide intensive support for new, tracked and ‘Wellbeing for Learning’ (WfL) pupils:

  • Teacher: Booster English  to beyond expected with different children for 30 weeks;
  • Teacher: Booster Maths to expected standard with different pupils for 30 weeks;
  • Teacher release for structured conversations;
  • Social skills support for identified pupils;
  • EAL/EMA: new arrivals intensive support  YR-Y6;
  • Educational Psychologist as necessary N-Y6;
  • Occupational therapy as necessary N-Y6;
  • Speech and Language interventions as necessary Y1-Y6;
  • Narrowing gap for Year 1 and Year 2 identified PPG children

2. To enrich learning experiences by providing wider curriculum opportunities for pupils within PP Group;

  • Curriculum Clubs: Homework , drama, gardening , interactive storytelling/reading, Zentangle,   Engineering: Y1-Y4;
  • Breakfast club (and social skills) Children totally or partially subsidised;
  • Lego Engineering – to give children opportunities to develop in mathematical, problem solving and procedural skills.
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