CHERBOURG PRIMARY SCHOOL Pupil Premium 2014/15 372 pupils Amount Ever 6 Resource 35% Service children 3 Objective (CIC 3 pupil funded @£1500 and monitored separately) Mid year review. What difference has it made so far? £11500 .2 outstanding teacher salary to support small group and targeted pupils To enable focussed teaching and learning for key groups including those with PP entitlement Successful engagement with Year 6 for summer term. Writing results were higher than national average (89%) and were best writing results for the school. 100% of pupils with PP made at least two levels of progress in writing 100% of pupils with PP attained Level 4. 27% of PP pupils made three levels of progress in writing as opposed to 5% of non PP pupils. £2000 Management and year group release to enable regular pupil progress meetings, focussed on narrowing the Through regular pupil progress meetings class teachers can identify and focus on narrowing the gap. Teaching and learning strategies Since September PP pupils are on track to make good progress across the school. Mid year review Do we need to do anything differently? Changes to leadership during Autumn term meant this wasn’t continued this academic year, but will revise for next academic year. Consider embedding pp meetings within Inset Days and include separate discussions End of year review. What difference has this made? End of year review Thoughts for next year… gap. (Supply staff for class teachers and management release x 4) £13000 £13000 £10000 can be discussed by whole year group teams, resulting in effective interventions and quality first teaching. .3 teacher To enable subject support in ICT, specific skills to be taught to a high standard in KS2 in particular with a focus on narrowing the gaps in Maths and English through improved ICT skills and application. .3 proportion of Pupils in receipt of teacher pupil premium will supporting benefit from a subject specific greater emphasis areas such as on skills and Science and D knowledge and T teaching in Science throughout the and D and T, week. impacting on core subjects. Continuation of Provision targeted .25 of teacher at salary to manage -children in need a lunchtime play of social and curriculum, emotional support following -children who successful pilot need support to last year. take risks in their learning (profile of with Inclusion Manager and SENCO. Pupils across the school engaging in coding and other IT skills within the new curriculum. PP pupils in Y6 on track to make good progress in core subjects. Staff changes have meant that this has been postponed since Spring 2, but will reinstigate for Summer 2. Children report a high level of enjoyment of Science in KS2, and PP children in Y6 have benefitted from more experiment focus to Science curriculum. Continue See Report on Lunchtime Play curriculum. Continue Children showing readiness to learn after lunchtimes Children applying their learning in class to their play outdoors (reading, performing, singing, sport) Look to further promote our work and look to ways to track involvement of PP children £10000 Resources £1200 Writing, development and implementation of new Lunchtime supervisor accredited course performance oriented pupils) Provision builds on good early years practice, encouraging children to learn through play and to improve transition into learning in the afternoons This will include the development and piloting of individual play plans for focus pupils. To improve the facilities and play equipment that will encourage risk taking play at lunchtimes, (majority of capital spend from main budget) Lunchtime supervisors will be better trained to support play for learning and good risk taking, as well as improve behaviour strategies, all enabling pupils to return to lessons Excellent feedback from Saints Foundation and Hampshire Sports and PE Inspectors. As above Course successfully written, accredited and implemented. Five lunchtime supervisors attained their qualification. Real focus from lunchtime staff on being child centred and responsive to children’s needs and ideas. PP children are safe and enjoy Promote the course for other schools. £40000 (incl on costs) Teacher salary £4000 Staffing costs for after school for LSAs and holiday contribution from teaching staff and incentives for pupils TLR for contribution from home manager £2560 £1840 Support for parents £21000 Learning Support Assistants x 48 hours prepared to learn. To enable two single year classes in each year group to ensure better focus and targeted support to close the gap Support for booster sessions targeted at Ever 6 pupils in Year 6 in the Spring term lunchtimes. 91% of PP pupils made 2 levels of progress in all three combined subjects in last year’s SATS, as opposed to 84% of those not in receipt of PP To reinstate this role to ensure parents have better access to ways to support their child’s learning Drop in session once a week for targeted parents and follow up phone/text contact to support behaviour and learning at home. Pilot in Autumn term. To provide additional targeted support across the year groups to Due to temporary changes in leadership for the Autumn term, this post is on hold until next year This year PP pupils in Y6 (and across the school) on track to make good progress, particularly in writing. This was very well received by parents and comments at the end of the sessions showed that parents were able to take on many of the ideas for improved behaviour and increase their confidence Gap between PP pupils and non PP pupils is narrowing in Y2 and Y6 in particular this academic year. Look to use on line support for pupils during holiday revision next year. New course starting in Summer term and will look to track impact on pupils over a longer period. £3000 Additional Level 3 ELSA £5000 Dedicated space for ELSA £8000 Two days of play therapist £1000 Cost of training and implementation of staff member to be part of MPact pilot £500 Incentives for children entitled to pupil premium to take close the gap To enable pupils identified for ELSA support to improve the ways in which they communicate their feelings to others. This will impact on self esteem and motivation. Purchase of a cabin/caravan for ELSA to take place (currently children have to have ELSA in corridor) Two thirds of Play therapy time focussed on meeting the identified needs of Ever 6 pupils. Pupils emotional scales show improvement over the period of ELSA. Targetted support related to difficulties with learning behaviours. Improve tracked of PP pupil outcomes in relation to non PP outcomes. Dedicated space made within the library for this year and timetables arranged to protect this time for pupils. Reconsider therapeutic spaces Outcomes from this therapeutic input are slower and the needs more complex, but 90% children are making good progress in their emotional well being and this is impacting on their learning. (see case studies) Very powerful and effective work, in conjunction with other agencies. Wider outcomes for pupils mixed, but in relation to the programme the outcomes were excellent. Therapist reduced to two days. Consider a compatible therapy for pupils. M-Pact programme to be piloted at school to offer therapeutic support and training for families where one or more adults misuse substances incl. alcohol. To ensure a better PP pupils increased by 10% take up of holiday from last year. booster sessions for pp pupils in part in Easter holiday booster sessions £2000 Access to summer activities for children in need £3000 Access to afterschool fee paying activities and clubs e.g. football and dance £3000 Targetted after school provision for pupils eligible for pupil premium to enhance curricular learning Access to Bugs Club and Breakfast Club £3000 particular to prepare them for SATs and further help narrow the gap. To enable safe and engaging activities for the child which will provide him with greater incentive to learn in school. To ensure children in need of support have equal access to clubs that would otherwise be prohibitive Child was in a safe environment and made a successful transition to secondary school after a positive summer respite. No children currently needing this level of support for next summer 24% of PP pupils access these paid clubs. Children in need supported for half term activities e.g. Saints Foundation Improve tracking to ensure access for PP pupils is fair across these opportunities. Specialist clubs targeted at pupil premium pupils include Drama and Mad Science, (both piloted successfully last year). Really successful take up for these clubs from PP pupils. Enjoyment, engagement and improved outcomes for the majority of these children. To ensure children in need of support have access to wrap around care to support families and ensure good play role models and reduced anxieties Good take up of support offered for families, usually for a set period of time. Marked increase in positive social behaviours for pupils who engage. £3000 £1500 £2000 £3500 £168600 Access to fee paying music tuition in school for Ever 6 pupils To ensure children in need of support have equal access to tuition that would otherwise be prohibitive Access to music Partial payment of for all in Years tuition for whole 1, 2 and 4. class instrumental learning building on success of Listen to Me Purchase or hire To ensure children of instruments to in need of support reduce barriers have access to an to learning an instrument to instrument practice and take ownership and pride in for the duration of their tuition. Support for To enable access to residential experiences beyond activities the classroom which will in turn enhance learning. 60% of pupils who take on tuition are PP. Good levels of retention (80%) Continue Excellent provision for pupils. 100% of pupils in Y1, 2 and 4 learn an instrument. High levels of enjoyment and successful performance. 60% of pupils who take on tuition are PP. Good levels of retention (80%) Osmington Bay and Beaulieu very successful for PP pupils. Consider equality of access for PP pupils. Ensure all PP pupils who don’t sign up are contacted to see if support would make a difference to the decision.