Pupil Premium 2015-16
Number of pupils
120
PP funding
£1320
Total allocation
£158,400
Planned
expenditure
Resource
Success Criteria
Cost
Sutton Trust
Learning Mentor
Additional 1.0 fte DSP
Learning Mentor
To support the social, emotional and attendance
needs of pupils, ensuring that all children in the
DSP make at least expected progress within their
band of learning (Durham Data)
£24,985 (inc
on costs)
Behaviour Interventions
****
Additional Educational
Psychologist support
20 additional sessions
£5,000
Intervention Teacher
Additional 1.0 fte
teacher
Educational visit
subsidy
Subsidy for
educational visits
Teaching AssistantsDSP and mainstream
(1;1 and interventions)
Additional TA hours –
CK, TB, JP, CH, MS
Educational Psychologist advice ensures that
pupils make accelerated progress and their
needs are effectively met.
Target pupils make accelerated progress
resulting in progress in line with national
expectations, at least 12 points across Key Stage
2.
Visits enrich the curriculum, particularly
developing children’s opportunity for writing.
Writing outcomes at Key Stage 2 in line with
national expectations at Level 4 and closing the
gap with national at Level 5.
Target pupils make accelerated progress
resulting in progress in line with national
expectations, at least 12 points across Key Stage
2.
£69, 211
Teaching Assistants
**
Behaviour Interventions
****
Early Years Interventions
****
Small Group Tuition
£30,024 (inc
on costs)
Phonics
****
Small Group
**
£3,385
****
Easter School – Y6
Staff salaries
Accommodation
Attendance rewards
- Targeted pupils make at least 12 NC points
progress across Key Stage 2
£3,100
Summer Schools
**
Volunteer Reading
Helper
2 volunteers and
training
£1,000
Small Group tuition
**
Attendance strategy
and parental
engagement
Breakfast Club
-Attendance prizes
- Family Learning
Service SLA
- Staff salaries
£4,450
Parental Involvement
***
Raising aspirations –
University visits,
Houses of Parliament,
Violin, Children’s
University etc
- Visits
- Music Service
tuition SLA
- Children’s University
SLA
- to provide
specialised MFL
teaching across Key
Stage 2
Purchase of annual
software
- targeted pupils make accelerated progress in
reading (Average progress 4 national curriculum
points)
- Attendance is at 96% by July 2015
- Parents engagement in family learning increase
to at least 15 per session
- Reduction in late pupils
-Increase in attendance to 96% by July 2014
- Curriculum enrichment broadens pupils
opportunities and experiences (Visits, Music
tuition, extracurricular clubs and MFL teaching)
-Children’s University registration – 70% of
pupils registered. At least 40 pupils graduate
from Children’s University in Summer 2015
- Tracking system is used across the school to
analyse progress of Pupil Premium students and
provide efficient intervention.
- Assessment supports school in identifying next
steps to improve provision for Pupil Premium
students with SEN
£600
Target Tracker
Inclusion Quality Mark
Re-assessment of
Inclusion Quality
Mark
£4,735
£9,910
£2000
£158,400
After School Programmes
**
Sports Participation
**
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Pupil Premium 2015-16