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Swallowtail Federation - Pupil Premium

 

Overview of the Federation 16-17

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

 

 

Catfield

 

Hickling

 

Sutton

Total number of pupils on roll

58

 

26

57

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

14

 

2

11

Amount of PPG received per pupil

1300

 

1300

1300

Total amount of PPG received

18480

 

2640

14,200

Total for Federation - £35320

 

 

Summary of PPG spending 2016/17 across the federation

Objectives in spending PPG:

To continue to close the gap between lower attaining pupil premium children and their peers

To raise self-esteem and develop engagement and enjoyment of pupil premium children

To develop ability to negotiate and solve problems without aggression and develop awareness of behavioural expectations

Links to SDP:

To continue to improve the quality of learning for all pupils across the Federation

To continue to build a reading culture in our federation and promote reading for pleasure.

To continue to develop and use the outdoor learning environment.

Summary of spending and actions taken to date:

  • Additional TA hours to enable small group teaching and targeted support
  • Short Stay school subscription – individual support, behaviour training for federation
  • Additional MSA 
  • Forest Schools resources and training 
  • Staff release for pupil progress meetings x 3 per year 
  • Guided reading resources 
  • Residential visits 
  • Additional SATs revision resources 
  • Federation days 
  • Attendance rewards 
  • Before and after school activities 
  • Continued CPD for TA’s – monitor impact phonics training/ catch up training 
  • Visits – e.g. theatre groups, safety awareness assemblies
  • Funding top up for full time teacher to reduce class sizes 
  • Arts participation and events to build self-esteem – e.g. pantomime
  • Social/Emotional support – Benjamin Foundation 

(Approx - £30,250)

Additional funding not in original estimate

 

Report - 15-16

Overview of the Federation

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

 

 

Catfield

 

Hickling

 

Sutton

Total number of pupils on roll

58

 

24

53

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

11

 

3

10

Amount of PPG received per pupil

1300

 

1300

1300

Total amount of PPG received

14,520

 

3960

13,200

Total for Federation - £31,680

 

 

Summary of PPG spending 2015/16 across the federation

Objectives in spending PPG:

To close the gap between lower attaining pupil premium children and their peers, particularly in writing

To raise self-esteem and develop engagement and enjoyment of pupil premium children

To increase the number pupil premium children in EYFS who attain GLD

Links to SDP:

To continue to improve the quality of learning for all pupils across the Federation

To promote a reading culture in our federation and promote reading for pleasure.

To continue to develop the provision for EYFS children across the Federation

 

Summary of spending and actions taken to date:

  • Additional TA hours to enable small group teaching and targeted support
  • Short Stay school subscription – individual support, behaviour training for federation
  • Staff release for pupil progress meetings x 3 per year
  • Residential visits
  • Additional support EYFS/Y1/2
  • Additional SATs revision resources
  • Assessment materials to support the new curriculum across – PUMA/PIRA/Rising Stars -
  • New science scheme for KS2
  • Federation days
  • Attendance rewards
  • Before and after school activities
  • Additional SENCo release time to monitor interventions and track impact
  • Continued CPD for TA’s – monitor impact phonics training/ catch up training
  • Visits – e.g. theatre groups, safety awareness assemblies
  • Funding top up for full time 3rd teacher to reduce class sizes
  • Resources – e.g. additional books for libraries, Numicon resources, Ipad covers, EYFS outdoor provision
  • Arts participation and events to build self-esteem – e.g. owls visit

Outcomes:

Outcomes:     

On the whole Pupil premium children made good progress across the federation in reading, writing and maths.                                                                              

Catfield: 11 children

29% of school population. Tracking for pupil premium children 15-16 showed overall value added for whole school writing was 99.99. In maths value added was 100.2 and in reading it was 100.27. (Pupil Asset)

Sutton: 10 children

19% of school population

Tracking for pupil premium children 15-16 showed overall value added for whole school writing was 101. In maths value added was 99.7 and in reading it was 99.87. (Pupil Asset)

Hickling: 3 children

12% school population

Tracking for pupil premium children 15-16 showed overall value added for whole school writing was 98.5. In maths value added was 99 and in reading it was 99.5. (Pupil Asset)

 

2016-17 Estimated allocation of £34,000 across federation

To be used for:

  • Additional TA hours to enable small group teaching and targeted support
    • Federation days
    • Continued CPD for TA’s
    • Visits – e.g. theatre groups, safety awareness assemblies
  • Arts participation
  • Forest Schools resources for all 3 settings
  • Development of Guided reading
  • Additional MSA support

 

 

 

 

14-15 report

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

53

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

9

Amount of PPG received per pupil

1300

Total amount of PPG received

11,700

 

 

 

 

Performance of disadvantaged pupils – 2014-15

(pupils eligible for free school meals or in local authority care for at least six months)

 

2014 - 2015

% of pupils making expected progress in English

100% expected progress, 83% working at age related expectations

% of pupils making expected progress in maths

100% expected progress, 83% working at age related expectations

Include additional performance measures relevant to your school phase

100% GLD EYFS

 

 

 

 

 

Summary of PPG spending 2014/15

Objectives in spending PPG:

To close the gap between lower attaining pupil premium children and their peers, particularly in writing

To raise self-esteem and develop engagement and enjoyment of pupil premium children

To increase the number pupil premium children in EYFS who attain GLD

Links to SDP:

Improve the quality of maths teaching and learning to accelerate pupil progress

To improve the quality of provision in the EYFS and across the federation.

To raise the standards in writing so that the majority of children are achieving at or above age related expectations.

Summary of spending and actions taken to date:

  • Funding full time 3rd teacher to reduce class sizes
  • Resources – 5 minute box
  • Arts participation and events to build self-esteem – e.g. mini monsters
  • Phonics resources
  • Federation days – approx
  • Phonics CPD – TA’s – approx.

Outcomes:

Sutton

Notes – 14-15 – 9 children

17% of school population

11% SEN

Tracking for pupil premium children shows overall value added for whole school writing was 101.8. In maths value added was 103 and in reading it was 101.8. (Pupil Asset)

 

2015 – 16 Estimated allocation of £11,000

  • Maintain 3 class structure – top up for full time teacher
  • Resources to support – develop phonics resources – Bug Club, build up Numicon resources
    • Federation days
    • SENCo release time to monitor interventions and track impact
    • Continued CPD for TA’s – monitor impact phonics training
    • Visits – e.g. theatre groups, safety awareness assemblies
    • Arts participation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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