Current Pupil Premium details appear below older data can be found in our Archive Page – with Literacy and Numeracy Catch Up Information at bottom of this pages thread.

Pupil Premium Plus Expenditure Autumn Term 2015

Click here for the Pupil Premium Report 15-16

EXAMPLE

Intervention Proposed outcomes Costs
Focussed support on underachieving/ students at risk of   underachieving1:1 support from ASC trained   staff Student to make expected levels of progress; student to improve   attendance to lessons; student has fewer incidents of non-compliance; student   has no incidents of aggression  all   week x14 weeks at L grade rate £300
Focussed work with trained staff to encourage discussion of actions   and consequences, and discuss student’s concernsBehaviour support manager Student to achieve improved attendance; student to be able to express   their concerns with an adult; student to remain in more lessons. 3h/   term  x 14 weeks at L grade rate £420
Preparation of paperwork and attendance at meetings School to liaise with other agencies to ensure that the needs of the   student are known, and to promote the best educational outcomes for the   student. 2h/   term  at Senior leadership team rate £46
TaMHS/ SEAL programme To promote positive thoughts and encourage discussion of issues and   concerns for the student; to ensure the school is aware of the emotional   needs of the student.
Total: £766

 

Impact:   EXAMPLE needs have been predominantly emotional and behavioural this term. As a result the school has focussed on: improving EXAMPLE’s feelings of safety; developing coping strategies to reduce his anxieties; ensuring the safety of EXAMPLE and his peers; ensuring that EXAMPLE can access all lessons.

The school feels that this has been successful. EXAMPLE has attended all lessons; EXAMPLE seems happier in school; EXAMPLE has had no further incidents of aggressive behaviour.

EXAMPLE still remains very vulnerable, and school will continue to ensure these interventions are in place.

 

Pupil Premium PLUS 2015/2016      (Pupils who have been adopted, long term fostered or subject to guardianship orders)

Number of pupils and  Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils 128
Number of pupils entitled to PPG (Standard FSM – ‘Ever 6’) 7
Amount of PPG received per pupil £1,900
Total Pupil Premium Grant £9,500   (£3,800 held by Wilts)

Summary of PP+G spending 2015-2016

Objectives for   spending PPG:Raising Attainment and achievement of pupils to at least expected progress through:i)   Provision to raise literacy and numeracy levelsii)   Providing social & emotional support / interventions to improve   attendance and behaviouriii)   Enhanced curricular opportunities – school visits; residential trips; extra   curriculum activities and support with uniform, materials etciv)   Personalised learning – one to one tuition; additional small group   interventions; before school / holiday booster groups;
Summary of planned spending and actions planned: Raising Standards Costs – approximate % of grant allocation

  • Numeracy  intervention
  • Pastoral support worker
  • Behaviour Learning Mentor
  • Additional Learning Resources
  • TaMHS Therapist / Social and emotional literacy interventions
  • Subsidised Holiday Scheme
  • Attendance at LAC/ PEP/ other agency meetings/ preparation of reports or other paperwork by Pastoral Support Worker
 Detailed Expenditure:

 Interventions  Eligible Pupils

Cost

Numeracy interventions

1

£210

Pastoral support worker time

1

£630

Behavior support worker time

1

£630

After school TLA/ axis

3

£1,334

Additional resources

2

£627

Holiday scheme

1

£270

Attendance/preparation for meetings

5

£522

SEAL programme

4

£1,680

Other provision

2

£255

Extra teaching assistant support

2

£2,850

TOTAL

 

£9,008

 

 

 Record   of PPG spending by item/project 2015-2016
Item/project   Cost   Objective  
Focussed support for under-achieving children £1,604
  •   Students receiving additional intervention to make at   least 3 sub levels of progress
EBD support from 1:1 sessionsAttendance monitoring and support for parentsPastoral support from managerSEAL support weekly sessions £630££630£1,680
  •   Reduction in behaviour incidents impacting on learning
  •   Improved attendance
  •   Improve feeling of trust and safety within school; liaison between child and carer; develop their emotional stability
  •   Pupils with emotional needs are able to participate fully in learning and achieve.
TaMHS Therapist – 1 session per week for 6 weeks
  •   Early identification and support for pupils and families to support emotional well being and enable pupils to engage fully in learning to make good progress
Use of pastoral support worker £630
  •   To reduce risk of poor punctuality to access a full school day.
Holiday scheme subsidy for Looked After Children £270
  •   Supporting carers with child care; provide extra-curricular opportunities; build resilience; develop life experiences
Additional learning resources (focussed at under achieving and vulnerable groups)Literacy/Numeracy in school supportAfter school clubsAlternative educational courses (college/horse course) £627£210£1,334£255
  •   To enable pupils at risk of underachieving to fully access the curriculum
  •  To ensure they reduce the gap with their peers
  •   To improve social inclusion and develop social skills
  •   To develop their self-esteem; build confidence in vocational skills

 Outcomes to date:  To be updated in Summer 2016

Pupil Premium

Pupil premium received
Number on roll 128
Eligible for PPG 68
Amount received per pupil £935
Amount received for PPG £57,035
Amount received PPG + £13,300
Amount received for service   pupils £300
Total amount for 2015/16 £70,635

 

Nature of support Expenditure
Literacy support manager m-grade TA with specialist literacy training and targeted intervention time (half timetable)
Pastoral support manager m-grade TA off timetable to support emotional needs, and   lead SEAL interventions
Behaviour support manager m-grade TA off timetable to lead  behaviour interventions
SEAL sessions 17 PPG pupils
Subsidised residential trips 15 PPG pupils; 1 pupil had extra trip paid in full
After school club support/   transport 34 PPG pupils; 6 PPG pupils had free taxi
Transition support 2 PPG pupils

 

Curriculum focus
iPADS for use in year 7 numeracy 14 PPG pupils
Free literacy and numeracy after school clubs 7 PPG pupils
Distar literacy interventions 39 PPG pupils
Targeted support from pastoral manager 15 PPG pupils
Life books for use in SEAL 17 PPG pupils
iPAD for use at home 1 PPG pupil
Laptops to keep and use in school   for extended writing (5 bought) 2 PPG pupils

 

Numeracy catch up Cost
Catch up text books for use with year 7 and 8 £3400
Year 7 numeracy catch up books £128.65
Year 7 rapid maths homework books £65

Crowdys Hill school in the financial year 2015/16 received £70,635 from pupil premium funding, including pupil premium plus grants. 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 wealthier peers, by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.

This funding will be used to provide opportunities, support and resources for these pupils and to reduce the effect of financial circumstances on their capacity to achieve progress. We support the government’s aim to reduce the impact that financial disadvantages have on a pupils’ barriers to learning. We aim to ensure that our pupil premium funding is used to reduce the gap between eligible pupils and their peers; and ensure that the funding is effective. We do this by analysing the impact through academic progress, and improved pupil engagement and attendance in lessons.

Historical Pupil Premium Income:

2013/14  school received £48,600

2014/15 school received £54,230 for PPG and £17,100 for PPG+

2015/16 school received £57,035 for PPG and £13,300 for PPG+

At Crowdys Hill school we have used pupil premium funding for :

Literacy and numeracy interventions during the school day

Literacy, numeracy and ICT after school clubs- free

Specialist literacy teaching assistant

Targeted Adolescent Mental Health support- a dedicated trained nurse one day per week

Two class sets of iPADS for use in maths lessons to boost pupil engagement

Behaviour Support Manager to focus on pupils with challenging behaviour or emotional difficulties which are preventing them from accessing lessons

Pastoral Support Manager to support families, and pupils with social and emotional difficulties

Free football training with qualified coach, and free transport for those in need

Homework books for PPG pupils

Increased after school clubs, with free access for PPG pupils

Funding

Financial year 2016 to 2017

In the 2016 to 2017 financial year, schools will receive the following funding for each child registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years:

  • £1,320 for pupils in reception year to year 6
  • £935 for pupils in year 7 to year 11

Schools will also receive £1,900 for each pupil who has left local-authority care because of 1 of the following:

  • adoption
  • a special guardianship order
  • a child arrangements order
  • a residence order

If a pupil has been registered as eligible for free school meals and has also left local-authority care for any of the reasons above, they will attract the £1,900 rate.

Children who have been in local-authority care for 1 day or more also attract £1,900 of pupil premium funding. Funding for these pupils doesn’t go to their school; it goes to the virtual school head (VSH) in the local authority that looks after the child. VSHs are responsible for managing pupil premium funding for looked-after children.

Last year’s spending and impact (2015-2016)

Funding Allocation for 2015/2016

Amount received for PPG £57,035

Amount received PPG + £13,300

Amount received for service pupils £300

Total amount for 2015/16 £70,635

Nature of support Expenditure Impact data for specific spending

INTERVENTION Number of PP (non-pp) pupils accessed Impact data Comparison to non- pp
Literacy support manager 41    (34) Year 7, 8, and 9. In year 7 PP pupils have made more (+12% gap)expected or above progress in English, than non-pp. In year 8 and 9, non-pp pupils made more   expected or above progress in English than PP pupils (-6% and -9%).
Pastoral support manager Targeted support 15    (2) 93% improved attendance or significantly lowered behavioural incidents. 50% improved attendance.
SEAL support sessions Targeted support 19 (15) 100% improved through fewer behavioural incidents; or reduced emotional disturbances. 93% improved through fewer behavioural incidents; or reduced disturbances
Behaviour support manager Targeted support 6 (4) 83% showed improvement through increased attendance and engagement in lessons. 75% improved attendance and fewer recorded incidents of disaffection.
iPADS for year 7 14 (8) Increased engagement in lessons, no incidents of disruption recorded in year 7 for all but one pupil (pp).
After school clubs 34 (34) Improved social skills and friendships. Developed new skills and independence.
Residential trip subsidy 15 (23) Year 7, 8 and 10 trips. Pupils accessed all activities, and developed life skills and independence, along with memories that can be shared with their peers.
Laptops x5, for targeted PP pupils Not acquired this year as iPADS used

Impact of individual funding for pupils eligible for pupil premium plus funding is analysed separately and available to the borough.

Proposed spending for 2016-2017

We gained good value from investing in our pastoral support manager, and our behavioural support manager, and we intend to continue with these targeted interventions.

Our after school clubs, and subsidies for residential trips are very popular and we believe that whilst the impact of these are difficult to measure accurately, they are valueable to disadvantaged children. They contribute to their life experiences, positive achievements, building resilience, and developing friendships. They expose our children to experiences which may not ever be available to them outside of school. As such we see these subsidies as an effective way to improve their life skills, and build self-esteem, which help to close the gap between disadvantaged children and their peers.

Demand for developing pupils’ emotional literacy continues to increase, for both pupils eligible and not. We have trained staff that deliver targeted support sessions. This will continue to be developed and delivered.

Our literacy support manager has worked hard to research appropriate interventions to suit our pupils. We will continue to fund these interventions as we feel that literacy interventions need to be presented over a long period of time to benefit our pupils.

Summary

Pupil premium funding for the coming year will be used to continue:

Pastoral Support manager  (M grade)

Literacy Support manager  (M grade)

Behavioural Support manager  (M grade)

SEAL support sessions

Subsidies for residential trips for PP eligible only

Subsidies for after school clubs  (including transport for PP eligible only)

Literacy Catch up spending for 2015- 2016

We received £11,000 for literacy and numeracy catch up funding.

Employing a teaching assistant for specific individualised literacy interventions – £9,750

Numeracy interventions, targeted for individuals weekly – £390

Homework booklets for use with year 7 and 8 - £780

Impact data for catch up funding 2015-2016

Funding   Number of PP (non-pp) pupils accessed Impact data
Targeted literacy support 4 (6) 100% pp pupils increased above expected   rate in English. 83% of non-pp pupils increased above expected.
Targeted numeracy support 6 (2) 66% of pp pupils increased above expected   in Maths. Neither of the non-pp pupils exceeded expected progress but they   did reach their targets.
Numeracy home work booklets 26 (22) Only +1% difference between pp and non-pp   pupils reaching their maths targets, all year 7 pupils reached their expected   targets; and a noticeable increase in parental engagement in supporting   homework.