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Pupil Premium

Purpose

The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.

The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011 and is allocated to schools to work with pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as ‘Ever 6 FSM’).

Schools also receive funding for children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months, and children of service personnel.

Accountability

The Government believes that head teachers and school leaders should decide how to use the Pupil Premium. They are held accountable for the decisions they make through:

  • the performance tables which show the performance of disadvantaged pupils compared with their peers
  • the new Ofsted inspection framework, under which inspectors focus on the attainment of pupil groups, in particular those who attract the Pupil Premium
  • the new reports for parents that schools now have to publish online

Excerpt taken from Department for Education - Pupil Premium - what you need to know.


Please refer to the listed pages for details of how Pupil Premium has been used at Shelford School.


Pupil Premium Funding Report 2014/15

The Pupil Premium (PP) fund is designed to ensure that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most. This funding is allocated to pupils from Reception to Y11 who are eligible for free school meals (FSM), are looked after (LAC) (in local authority care for at least six months), or have parents currently in the Armed Forces.

National funding allocations:

per pupil amount

FSM

Armed Forces

LAC

2011 - 2012

£488

£200

2012 - 2013

£600

£250

2013 - 2014

£900

£300

£600

2014 - 2015

1300

£300

£1500

 

 

 

 

 

From April 2012 the coverage of the Pupil Premium was widened to include those eligible for FSM at any point in the last six years (ever 6 FSM).

How the previous year’s allocation 2013 – 2014 was spent:

Objectives for Pupil Premium spending:

  • To raise attainment and achievement of pupils to at least expected progress
  • To ensure access to and inclusion in relevant enrichment opportunities

These objectives were supported, where relevant with:

  • Weekly English and Maths 1:1 or 1:2 tuition after school
  • Small group teaching assistant support in class
  • Individual teaching assistant support in class
  • Funding for trips and residential visits
  • Support for parents to access multiagency services etc.

Impact of expenditure on the educational attainment of Pupil Premium pupils

 

2014

 

% of pupils making expected progress in Reading

Awaiting results

% of pupils making expected progress in Writing

Awaiting results

% of pupils making expected progress in Maths

Awaiting results


Total amount allocated to the school for the financial year 2014 - 2015:

Pupil Premium

per pupil amount

Number of eligible pupils

Total

FSM

£1300

4 pupils

£5200

Armed

Forces

£300

0 pupils

£0

LAC

£1500

4 pupils

£6000

Total

£11,200

 

How the money will be spent for the financial year 2014 - 2015:

Objectives for Pupil Premium spending:

  • To raise attainment and achievement of pupils to at least expected progress
  • To ensure access to and inclusion in relevant enrichment opportunities

These objectives will supported, where relevant with:

  • Weekly English and Maths 1:1 or 1:2 tuition after school

£7860

  • Weekly homework support

£440

  • Small group teaching assistant support
  • Individual teaching assistant support

£2500

School budget

  • Support for parents to access multiagency services etc.
  • Support to improve attendance
  • Support to improve learning behaviours

School budget

  • Funding for trips and residential visits and enrichment in school

£400

Total

£11,200

 

Actions already taken:

  • 1:1 tuition in English and Maths
  • Homework support weekly
  • 1:1 Cogwheel Trust Counselling
  • Support to improve attendance, including HT and EWO involvement
  • 1:1 pupil and parent work with Locality Family worker
  • Support for residential visits and trips
  • Literacy and numeracy interventions and daily reading
  • Access offered to extracurricular clubs
  • Increased number of Parent/Teacher Consultations

Outcomes to date:

  • 1:1 tuition started for majority some will start in September.
  • 1:1 counselling in place
  • Evidence of improved attendance and punctuality
  • Evidence of improved learning behaviours
  • Good academic progress overall
  • Specialist teacher involvement    
  • Health referrals in process

 Pupil Premium Funding Report 2013/14

The Pupil Premium (PP) fund is designed to ensure that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most. This funding is allocated to pupils from Reception to Y11 who are eligible for free school meals (FSM), are looked after (LAC) (in local authority care for at least six months), or have parents currently in the Armed Forces.

National funding allocations:

per pupil amount

FSM

Armed Forces

LAC

2011 - 2012

£488

£200

2012 - 2013

£600

£250

2013 - 2014

£900

£300

£600

 

 

 

 

 

From April 2012 the coverage of the Pupil Premium was widened to include those eligible for FSM at any point in the last six years (ever 6 FSM).

How the previous year’s allocation 2012 – 2013 was spent:

Objectives for Pupil Premium spending:

    • To raise attainment and achievement of pupils to at least expected progress
    • To ensure access to and inclusion in relevant enrichment opportunities

These objectives were supported, where relevant with:

    • Weekly English and Maths 1:1 or 1:2 tuition after school
    • Small group teaching assistant support in class
    • Individual teaching assistant support in class
    • Funding for trips and residential visits
    • Support for parents to access multiagency services etc.

 

Impact of expenditure on the educational attainment of Pupil Premium pupils

 

2013

 

% of pupils making expected progress in Reading

100%

% of pupils making expected progress in Writing

80%

% of pupils making expected progress in Maths

100%


Total amount allocated to the school for the financial year 2013 - 2014:

Pupil Premium

per pupil amount

Number of eligible pupils

Total

FSM

£900

5 pupils

£4500

Armed

Forces

£300

0 pupils

£0

LAC

£600

1 pupil

£600

Total

£5100

Top up received

£265

 

How the money was spent for the financial year 2013 - 2014:

Objectives for Pupil Premium spending:

    • To raise attainment and achievement of pupils to at least expected progress
    • To ensure access to and inclusion in relevant enrichment opportunities

These objectives were supported, where relevant with:

    • Weekly English and Maths 1:1 or 1:2 tuition after school

£1865

    • Small group teaching assistant support
    • Individual teaching assistant support

£3160

School budget

    • Support for parents to access multiagency services etc.
    • Support to improve attendance
    • Support to improve learning behaviours

School budget

    • Funding for trips and residential visits and enrichment in school

75

Total

£5,100

 

Actions already taken:

    • 1:1/1:2 tuition in English and Maths
    • 1:1 Cogwheel Trust Counselling
    • Support to improve attendance including HT and EWO involvement
    • 1:1 pupil and parent work with Locality Family worker
    • Support for residential visits and trips
    • Literacy and numeracy interventions and daily reading
    • Increased number of Parent/Teacher Consultation

Outcomes to date:

    • 1:1/1:2 tuition
    • 1:1 counselling in place
    • Multi-agency work
    • Health referrals in process
    • Good academic progress overall

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Pupil Premium Funding Report 2012/13

The Pupil Premium (PP) fund is designed to ensure that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most. This funding is allocated to pupils from Reception to Y11 who are eligible for free school meals (FSM) or have parents currently in the Armed Forces.

 

National funding allocations:

per pupil amount

FSM

Armed Forces

2011 - 2012

£488

£200

2012 - 2013

£600

£250

 

How the previous year’s allocation 2011 – 2012 was spent:

Objectives for Pupil Premium spending:

    • To raise attainment and achievement of pupils to at least expected progress
    • To ensure access to and inclusion in relevant enrichment opportunities

These objectives were supported, where relevant with:

    • Small group teaching assistant support in class
    • Individual teaching assistant support in class
    • Weekly English and Maths 1:1 tuition after school
    • Funding for trips and residential visits
    • Support for parents to access multiagency services etc.

 

Impact of expenditure on the educational attainment of Pupil Premium pupils

 

2012

(All pupils)

2012

(by end of KS2)

% of pupils making expected progress in Reading

83%

100%

% of pupils making expected progress in Writing

83%

50%

% of pupils making expected progress in Maths

100%

100%


Total amount allocated to the school for the financial year 2012 - 2013:

Pupil Premium

per pupil amount

Number of eligible pupils

Total

FSM

£600

7 pupils

£4200

Armed

Forces

£250

0 pupils

£0

Total

£4200

Top-up funding received

£161

 

How the money was spent for the financial year 2012 - 2013:

Objectives for Pupil Premium spending:

    • To raise attainment and achievement of pupils to at least expected progress
    • To ensure access to and inclusion in relevant enrichment opportunities

These objectives will supported, where relevant with:

    • Weekly English and Maths 1:1 or 1:2 tuition after school

£4274

    • Small group teaching assistant support
    • Individual teaching assistant support

£

School budget

    • Support for parents to access multiagency services etc.
    • Support to improve attendance
    • Support to improve learning behaviours

School budget

    • Funding for trips and residential visits and enrichment in school

Total

£4200

 

Actions already taken:

    • 1:1 tuition in English and Maths
    • Support to improve attendance
    • Support for residential visits and trips
    • Literacy and numeracy interventions and daily reading

Outcomes to date:

    • 1:1 tuition
    • Multi-agency work
    • Steady academic progress overall

 Pupil Premium Funding Report 2011/12

The Pupil Premium (PP) fund is designed to ensure that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most. This funding is allocated to pupils from Reception to Y11 who are eligible for free school meals (FSM) or have parents currently in the Armed Forces.

National funding allocations:

per pupil amount

FSM

Armed Forces

2011 - 2012

£488

£200

Total amount allocated to the school for the financial year 2011 - 2012:

Pupil Premium

per pupil amount

Number of eligible pupils

Total

FSM

£488

4 pupils

£1952

Armed Forces

£200

0 pupils

£0

Total

£1952

 

 

 

How the money was spent for the financial year 2011 - 2012:

Objectives for Pupil Premium spending:

    • To raise attainment and achievement of pupils to at least expected progress
    • To ensure access to and inclusion in relevant enrichment opportunities

These objectives were supported, where relevant with:

    • Weekly English and Maths 1:1 tuition after school

£3186

    • Small group teaching assistant support
    • Individual teaching assistant support

£1740

School budget

    • Support for parents to access multiagency services etc.
    • Support to improve attendance
    • Support to improve learning behaviours
    • Support for medical needs

School budget

    • Funding for trips and residential visits and enrichment in school

£125

Including funds from school budget Total

5051

 

Actions already taken:

    • 1:1 tuition in English and Maths
    • Support to improve attendance
    • Support for residential visits and trips
    • Literacy and numeracy interventions and daily reading

Outcomes to date:

    • 1:1 tuition
    • Multi-agency work
    • Steady academic progress overall

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