Oasis Academy Longmeadow Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure What is Pupil Premium? In England and Wales, data would suggest that pupils who are or have ever been in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM) or’ Looked After Children’ (LAC), are less likely to make good educational progress than students who haven’t. The reasons for this correlation are complex and no actual causal relationships have been proven. However, the Government has a stated aim to narrow this gap and since 2011 has provided additional funding to support them in doing so. “It is for schools to decide how Pupil Premium, allocated to schools per FSM pupil is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility.” At Oasis Longmeadow we recognise the equality of opportunity for all children and we look to support every child to reach their full potential. Summary of PPG spending 2013/14 Objectives in spending PPG: To support all pupils entitled to PPG in making expected or better progress in English and Maths. To support pupils entering EYFS to make expected or better progress in ELGs. To support pupils with emotional development to enable them to access the curriculum. Record of PPG Spending Item/project Cost PIXL £3,091 Intervention Y6 TA Objectives Intended Impact Y6 – maths, To improve the reading, writing, educational July 2014 Impact Year 6 SAT Results Reading – 2013 – 63%, 2014 – 87% Writing - 2013 – 69%, 2014 - 79% ECAR KS1 Phonics £21,425 Literacy support reading/ writing KS2 PIXL £21,425 ECC KS1 £10,045 Numeracy support KS2 £10,045 Additional Teaching Assistant EYFS £10,678 SPAG interventions Early intervention accelerated reading programme Targeted intervention across KS2 reading, writing, grammar outcomes for Combined – 2013 – 57%, 2014 – 75% pupils in Y6 To narrow/ 75% KS1 pupils met the required standard in the phonics check. eliminate the gap All but 1 pupil met the required standard Y2. for Y1 readers Early intervention accelerated maths programme In class support for pupils falling behind in KS2 – focus - number To support language development to enable children to access the curriculum To narrow/ 92% of pupils reached L2+ eliminate the gap 89% of pupils reached L2b+ KS1 maths 24% of pupils reached L3 To improve the educational outcomes for pupils in KS2 To improve the educational outcomes for pupils in KS2 To ensure basic skills ELG are met for all pupils. Focus – Communication and Language, Making KS2 Reading – 88% of pupils made 2 levels of progress KS2 Writing - 88% of pupils made 2 levels of progress Reading - 88% of pupils reached L4+, 25% L5, 4% L6 Writing - 79% of pupils reached L4+, 17% L5 R/Wr/Maths – 75% of pupils reached L4+ GPS – 67% of pupils reached L4+, 42% L5, 4% L6 KS2 Maths - 89% of children made 2 levels of progress 83% of pupils reached L4+, 25% L5 2 - expected ELG01 – 87% ELG02 – 87% ELG03 – 74% ELG08 – 100% ELG09 – 60% 3 – exceeding Additional Teaching Assistant hours £10,000 Total PPG received Total expenditure PPG remaining Supporting pupils to develop social skills. £86,708 £86,708 £0 Relationships and Reading. Pupils can access the curriculum and make progress 1 to 1, small group and whole class. ELG09 – 9% 39% of pupils met the ELGs Small group support – social skills enabling 5 children to successfully access the curriculum.