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Rougham C of E VC Primary School Creative Thinking. Active Learning
A few of the positive aspects of our ofsted report - Throughout the school, pupils are polite, helpful and courteous. They feel safe and trust adults to support and help them. The behaviour of the pupils is good. Pupils attend school regularly. The school actively seeks to establish positive working partnerships with parents. British values and pupils spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is promoted effectively.
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Pupil Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

Who is entitled to Pupil Premium money and what is it for?

 

We receive Pupil Premium funding based on the number of pupils in the school who are currently eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) or who have received free school meals at some time within the past 6 years. Service children and those children who are Looked After by the Local Authority, are also identified as receiving Pupil Premium money.

 At Rougham Primary School, we are committed to ensuring all our children make the best possible progress. We track the achievement of every child on a regular basis and do all we can to make sure each child achieves their potential. We also have a duty to ensure that no group of children are disadvantaged due to their gender, ethnic origin or family income or background.

We use the money in ways which best benefit pupils in the following ways:

  • Adult support for small groups of children at risk of not making at least expected progress. This support includes small group interventions - maths groups, Gaps in Numbers, Fisher Family Trust, Dancing Bears, additional phonics and other targeted support.

  • To support more able pupils within this group to ensure they reach their full potential.

  • Fund places at our after school sports clubs for some of our Pupil Premium children.

  • Funding for places at holiday clubs.

  • We support families in receipt of Pupil Premium with help towards school trips and residential visits.

  • We purchase resources specifically targeted at raising the attainment of Pupil Premium children.

We also recognise the importance of building children’s confidence and self-esteem and have a Nurture Group.

 

2016-2017

The amount of the school’s allocation from the Pupil Premium grant for 2016-17 is £22440. This is a reduction of £10440 on the previous year. This equates to £1,300 per pupil. 

Details of planned expenditure for 2016-17

Approximate Costs

 

  • Small group support (led by teaching assistants)

 

  • Support for social skills/nurture/catch-up groups, specifically targeted at service

 

  • Additional classroom support (teaching assistant

 

  • Additional support for clubs and trips (individuals): £60 club attendance, contribution towards additional music lessons

 

 

  • £180 p.w. x 36 weeks = £6480

 

 

  • 2 and a half days weekly

36 weeks @ £10 per hour = £5400

 

 

  • £6480 (upper KS2) additional 18 hrs

Per week @ £10 per hour

As above for KS1 £6480

  • Subsidising trips    £200

Clubs   £50

Music lessons  £ 50

 

 

 

What we did in 2015-16 and the impact

 

Details of planned expenditure for 2015-16

Approximate Costs

  • 1:1 teacher support:

 

  • Small group support (led by teaching assistants)

 

  • Support for social skills/nurture/catch-up groups, specifically targeted at service

 

  • Additional classroom support (teaching assistant

 

  • Additional support for clubs and trips (individuals): £60 club attendance, contribution towards additional music lessons £40.

 

  • 1 day per week@ £200 per day x 36 weeks = £7200
  • £180 p.w. x 36 weeks = £6480

 

 

  • 2 and a half days weekly

36 weeks @ £10 per hour = £5400

 

 

  • £6480 (upper KS2) additional 18 hrs

Per week @ £10 per hour

As above for KS1 £6480

  • Subsidising trips    £200

Clubs   £50

Music lessons  £ 50

Sessions at Woodlands £200

 

 

 

 

 The impact at the end of the academic year

 

  •  Year 2 - 100% of children (3) on pupil premium at the end of Key Stage 1 achieved expected and above in reading and writing. In maths 66% achieved expected or above (1 child did not) All had made good progress relative to starting point. Target Tracker showed at least 5 steps progress in reading, writing and maths (1 child 4 steps) within the year.
  •  Year 6: Reading – 66% made at least 4 steps progress, 1 child (SEN) made 1 step

             Writing – 33% made 6 steps, 33% 3 steps, 1 child (SEN) made 1 step

             Maths – 66% made 5 steps progress and 1 child (SEN) made 3 steps.

 Monitoring of interventions showed that children made progress and most  met targets identified.

 

 

Where can we find the evidence?

 

  • Extracts of RAISE online (data document published by the DfE).
  • Target Tracker.
  • Survey (pupils’ attitude towards self and school).
  • Impact of interventions (to support under achievement) summary.
  • Impact of the School Development Plan.
  • Progress in Maths and English analysis sheets.

 

The Headteacher will be reporting to Governors on the use of the Pupil Premium funding and the progress of pupils in the termly reports. The progress of pupils on free school meals is monitored by class teachers and the Headteacher. The School promotes the uptake of free school meals by reminding parents of it in newsletters and parent meetings such as our new intake meeting in June. In 2016-17 - 9% of our pupils were eligible for Ever 6/FSM.

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