Norbury CE Primary School

Pupil Premium Grant (2018-19)

The Pupil Premium Grant is an allocation of additional money received from the Government in order to help key groups of children do well in school. These groups include any child who has been in receipt of Free School Meals in the last 6 years, children in care or children of Armed Services Families.

 

The intention of Pupil Premium Funding is to enable schools to offer direct support and targeted intervention to the intended groups of pupils to aim to narrow gaps in pupil achievement. The support may involve additional staff 1:1 time, staffing support for groups of children, funding to support enrichment e.g. extra-curricular and curricular opportunities, purchasing of additional resources to enhance learning or other activities that help raise attainment and achievement and help children progress.

 

The impact of Pupil Premium Funding is displayed in the table below. Pupil Premium funding and reviews of impact are discussed regularly at with staff and with the Governing Body.  Confidentiality and anonymity is always maintained.

 

Additional information can be found upon the Department for Education website at: http://www.ofsted.gov.uk/resources/pupil-premium . Any parents who are unsure if they qualify for Free School Meals should speak with the Head Teacher at the school or look on the Derbyshire County Council website at www.derbyshire.gov.uk .

 

Whilst EYFS – Y2 pupils are now in receipt of Universal free School meals it is still important to advise school if you think your child may be eligible for the free school meal grant, because the school will then receive additional funds to support and enhance learning.

 

The impact on educational attainment of pupils in receipt of the ‘pupil premium grant’ is assessed using the school’s internal data tracking system.

Pupil Premium Statement 2018

1.     Summary Information
School Norbury CofE Primary School
Academic Year 2018 / 2019 Total PP Budget £14,520 Reviewed FGB Dec 2018
Total Number of PP 11 Next Review of PP Jan 2020
2.     Current Attainment
KS2 Average Scaled Scores PP
Maths 105
Reading 108
3.     Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligible for PP)

 

       In-school barriers
 

A.    Literacy and maths skills of students at the end of Year 2 are lower for pupils eligible for

PP than for other pupils, which may prevent them from making good progress in KS2.

 

B.    Lower ability boys who are eligible for PP are making less progress across Key Stage 1

and 2.

 

C.    Increased Social, emotional, mental health issues are affecting the progress of individual

students (mainly PP) across KS2.

       External Barriers
D.    Attendance of PP in school [encouraging prompt start to the day]
 

E.    Outer School agency involvement [MAT / CIC / TAF]
4.     Desired Outcomes/ Expenditure / Impact
A Diminish the difference between PP and non PP in Literacy and Numeracy through specialist support and interventions tracked through Provision Mapping. This is evidenced by teacher assessment and Pupil Progress meetings.

To introduce a new reading and phonics scheme in the school, to promote Literacy skills and ensure PP children have same starting point as non PP across KS2.

 

Expenditure How This Will Be Measured [Impact]
Read Write Ink [Phonics and Literacy Scheme] – £3,009 Attainment of PP children at KS1 in writing / GAPS / Reading

 

Attainment of PP children at Phonics Testing [Yr1]

B To offer tutorial sessions through Third Base Learning to PP Boys to improve maths skills. To improve rates of progress for boys in KS1 so that they are prepared and engaged throughout KS2.
Expenditure How This Will Be Measured [Impact]
Third Base Learning [maths Tuition]

£300 [per pupil]

Attainment of PP children at KS1 and KS2 maths

 

Progress charts provided by Platform [third Base Learning]

C Recorded cases are signposted correctly ensuring all follow up referrals are carried out efficiently. Those in receipt of support are satisfied with level of support and accuracy of signposting. The Head Teacher and Designated Safe-Guarding Leads are kept up-to-date and informed on relevant caseloads.
Expenditure How Will This Be Measured [Impact]
£500 for Head Teacher / Designated Safeguarding Lead release time Team Around the Family Meeting – Assessing if concerns or family issues are resolved or still in need of assistance.
D Reduce the absentees among pupils eligible for PP. Overall attendance among PP to be above 96%.
Expenditure How Will This Measured [Impact]
£800 [After School Club] – Offer nurture time from Play workers during Morning and After School Club to encourage pupils to attend school and socially enjoy activities and develop skills.

£100 – [Uniform / Kit / Milk]

£350 – Whitehall Residential

Welfare and wellbeing of the Child/ren
E To have family engagement when referrals are made and carried out and regular visits to the school are made by carers. Discussions and ways forward are planned as a team and the PP families are supported by the school. PP are supported with after school and morning provision and equipped with the necessary kit and uniform needed by the PP child/ren.
Expenditure How Will This Be Measured [Impact]
As above As Above