Pupil Premium

D’Eyncourt Primary School

SCHOOL’S PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT ALLOCATION 2017/18

 

Total number of pupils on roll

(Reception to Year 6)

316

 

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 59 (Summer 17)
Amount of PPG received per pupil £1320
Total amount of PPG received £77,880

Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG)

Taken from School Census Collection: Summer 2017

 

Summary of Main Barriers faced by Pupil Premium pupils

 

D’Eyncourt is a one and a half -form entry primary school without a nursery class; currently there are over 316 pupils on roll. It is situated in an area of low deprivation therefore only 18% of our pupils receive pupil premium funding with only 12.5% of the pupils being eligible for free school meals. In the past academic year, over 6 pupils joined or left D’Eyncourt therefore our mobility is low. Over 14% of pupils are from minority ethnic backgrounds.

 

Nature of Support 2017/18

 

  • X2 Teaching Assistants to facilitate 1:1 support for two Looked After Children plus to facilitate additional interventions for groups of children. £19,866
  • X1 Teacher employed to ensure age related classes can be taught in KS2. Teacher to facilitate additional intervention for targeted groups. £9,934
  • Subsidising costs for Breakfast and After School club. £3,166
  • Extra phonics booster time to support children to close the gaps in phonics. £4,320
  • 1:1 interventions carried out by teachers 6 hours per week for children who are pupil premium. £6,411
  • Additional resources in order to maximise progress and attainment of all identified pupils- new reading resources. £9,309
  • Provide opportunities for all Year 6 pupils to experience a residential trip away from home. In addition access to day trips for all other year groups will be subsidised in order to improve life experiences. £6,500
  • DOT.com whole school approach to define values and help nurture children to support them with difficult circumstances. £640
  • Base 25 Counselling in place for vulnerable children. £3,534
  • Pupil Premium Champion to be released to track, and advice on implementation of interventions and monitor outcomes. £2,000
  • Weekly Support from a Behaviour Consultant to target emotional/social and behavioural needs of pupils. £3,420
  • New intervention resources for closing gap between disadvantage and non-disadvantage  £5,500
  • Targeted training for staff to attend to improve performance of disadvantage children  £1000

 

How Impact will be measured?

 

The school will evaluate the impact on each pupil from termly Teacher Assessment. This will be recorded and discussed as part of our Termly Pupil Progress meetings, the results of which will be fed in the following term’s Intervention provision.

We will measure progress and attainment in Reading, Writing and Maths as a result of intervention and additional support.

 

 

Data Impact 2016-2017

Year 1

 

91% of the cohort passed the Phonics reading check.

Of these 88% of pupil premium children have passed.

KS1

 

83% of PP children achieved the expected standard or higher in reading

(National 74%)

83% of PP children achieved the expected standard or higher in writing

(National Average 65%)

83% of PP children achieved the expected standard or higher in mathematics

(National Average 73%)

KS2 64% of PP children achieved the expected standard or higher in reading

(National 66%)

83% of PP children achieved the expected standard or higher in writing

(National 74%)

75% of PP children achieved the expected standard or higher in mathematics.

(70% national)

 

Impact on all year groups

Reading

Groups Attainment % Progress %
Pupil Premium Non Pupil Premium Pupil Premium Non Pupil Premium
Reception 66 90 100 100
Year 1 50 78 88 79
Year 2 83 87 83 92
Year 3 89 74 96 100
Year 4 58 78 75 88
Year 5 50 69 100 85
Year 6 64 85 92 85

 

Writing

Groups Attainment % Progress %
Pupil Premium Non Pupil Premium Pupil Premium Non Pupil Premium
Reception 66 78 100 100
Year 1 50 78 100 76
Year 2 83 82 83 92
Year 3 88 72 100 89
Year 4 50 75 92 87
Year 5 50 64 100 91
Year 6 83 94 100 94

Mathematics

Groups Attainment % Progress %
Pupil Premium Non Pupil Premium Pupil Premium Non Pupil Premium
Reception 100 90 100 100
Year 1 63 88 50 70
Year 2 83 87 100 95
Year 3 88 63 100 84
Year 4 80 78 80 91
Year 5 70 72 90 78
Year 6 75 75 83 94

 

 

2015-16 Data Impact

Year 1

 

75% of PP children achieved the expected standard on the Phonics screening test.
KS1

 

83% of PP children achieved the expected standard or higher in reading

(National 74%)

67% of PP children achieved the expected standard or higher in writing

(National Average 65%)

67% of PP children achieved the expected standard or higher in mathematics

(National Average 73%)

KS2 33% of PP children achieved the expected standard or higher in reading

83% of PP children achieved the expected standard or higher in writing

50% of PP children achieved the expected standard or higher in SPaG

33% of PP children achieved the expected standard or higher in mathematics.

 

Impact of spending 2015/16

 

KS2 Reading

Groups Progress

(0 is average)

Attainment

School%       National%

Disadvantaged (12/42) -2.33 25 71
Non PP -0.73 73 71

KS2 Writing

 

 

 

 

KS2 Maths

Groups Progress

(0 is average)

Attainment

School%       National%

Disadvantaged (12/42) -0.59 33 75
Non PP 0.21 83 75

 

 

 

Groups Progress

(0 is average)

Attainment

School%       National%

Disadvantaged (12/42) 3.19 83 79
Non PP 1.47 91 79

 

Groups Attainment

School%       National%

Disadvantaged (12/42) 50 78
Non PP 87 78

KS2 SPaG

 

 

 

Groups Expected Standard

School%       National%

Greater Depth

School%       National%

Disadvantaged (12/42) 86 78 29 27
Non PP 82 78 29 27

KS1 Reading

 

 

 

KS1 Writing

Groups Expected Standard

School%       National%

Greater Depth

School%       National%

Disadvantaged (12/42) 71 70 0 16
Non PP 71 70 3 16

 

 

 

 

KS1 Maths

Groups Expected Standard

School%       National%

Greater Depth

School%       National%

Disadvantaged (12/42) 71 77 15 20
Non PP 71 77 18 20

 

 

 

Phonics Screening 2016

School % National %
disadvantaged 75 70
Non PP 93 83