Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Strategy for 2016/17

Parkgate Junior School

Pupil Premium Funding 2017- 2018

Projected Allocation £ £52,800

Allocation of funds to interventions and support

1

Learning and behaviour mentor – partly funded

TBC

2

Additional Teaching in year 6

TBC

3

Year 6 Booster teaching

TBC

4

One-to-one teaching in year 6

TBC

5

One –to-one teaching in year 5

TBC

6

Easter school

TBC

7

Additional TA mentoring

TBC

8

Enrichment - Subsidised clubs

TBC

9

Enrichment- Subsidised trips

TBC

10

Enrichment – musical instruments

TBC

11

Training and leadership – linked to pupil premium children

TBC

12

Counselling and therapy services

TBC

 

Impact (Next Review Scheduled for December 2018)

Indications are that in 2017/2018 the budget will fall to £42 240

Parkgate Junior School

Pupil Premium Funding 2016- 2017

Projected Allocation £ £59,400

Allocation of funds to interventions and support

1

Learning and behaviour mentor

20 239

2

Year 3 TA support

3 057

3

Year 6 Booster teaching

5 086

4

One-to-one teaching in year 6

20 345

5

One –to-one teaching in year 5

 

6

Easter school and breakfast club

1 251

7

Additional TA mentoring

 

8

Enrichment - Subsidised clubs and trips

3 176

9

Enrichment – musical instruments

324

10

Year 6 activity week

154

11

Training and leadership – linked to pupil premium children

 

12

Counselling and therapy services

5 000

13

Family support worker

1 662

 

Total

£60 294

 

Impact (Next Review Scheduled for December 2017)

Indicative budget: £59 400

Actual Budget: TBC

Pupil premium grant expenditure:
Report to parents: 2015/16

This information covers the last school year

 


Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

240

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

46 (41 by end of year)

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1300

Total amount of PPG received (with adjustment)

£59,400

 

Nature of support  2015/16

The pupils who would benefit from extra support are given the opportunity to have sessions with individual support. The support is tailored to the needs of the pupil and take place for a short burst.   

In addition, the School ensured that the pupils in Year 6 had the opportunity to reinforce their skills through a Breakfast Club and an Easter School.

We have a Learning and Behaviour Mentor and she supported pupils in class, worked with small groups on friendship issues, communicated with parents and supported their needs.  In addition, she mentored pupils with a range of issues from behaviour, lack of confidence, friendships as well as programmes like ‘Drawing and Talking'.  She mentored all the PPG children who needed her specialised support. Other members of staff mentored additional pupils

All pupils in the school, eligible for Pupil Premium, have free school trips, clubs, swimming and residential trips.

 

 

Curriculum focus of PPG spending 16/17

The primary focus of the Pupil Premium Grant is the development of each individual child dependent on their need.  As such this focus will be dependent on the individual needs of the child.

Pupils focussed on the development of English and Maths skills through individual support.  The pupils focus on their own targets to ensure that they make good progress. The pupils in Year 6 who need the support are asked if they can attend Breakfast Club and Easter School, in the run up to the SAT’s.

By subsidising the clubs and residential trips, the pupils get the opportunity to take part in all areas of the curriculum and the excitement of staying away from home!

 

Measuring the impact of PPG spending

The school evaluates the impact on each pupil at the end of each term.  The evaluation focuses on academic gains and how pupils’ self-confidence has developed as a consequence of the interventions and participation in all trips and residential.

 

 

 

If you would like any more information about the Pupil Premium, please contact Mrs Pipe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

             Pupil Premium Report to Parents  - September 2015

                                 

                                  Pupil premium grant expenditure:
                                         Report to parents: 2014/15

                         This information covers the last school year

 


Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

240

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

45

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1,300

Total amount of PPG received (with adjustment)

£60,500

 

Nature of support  2014/15

The pupils in Year 4, 5 and 6 who would benefit from extra support were given One to One tuition for a ten week period in either Maths or Literacy. If the pupil needed support in both areas they were given the opportunity to complete the tuition programme in both subjects.

In addition, the School ensured that the pupils in Year 6 had the opportunity to reinforce their skills through a Breakfast Club and an Easter School.

We have a Learning and Behaviour Mentor and she supported pupils in class, worked with small groups on friendship issues, communicated with parents and supported their needs.  In addition, she mentored pupils with a range of issues from behaviour, lack of confidence, friendships as well as programmes like ‘Drawing and Talking'

All pupils in the school, eligible for Pupil Premium, have free school trips, swimming and residential trips.

 





 

Curriculum focus of PPG spending 15/16

The primary focus of the Pupil Premium Grant is the development of each individual child dependent on their need.  As such this focus will be dependent on the individual needs of the child.

Pupils focussed on the development of English and Maths skills through One to One tuition.  The pupils focus on their own targets to ensure that they make good progress. The pupils in Year 6 who need the support are asked if they can attend Breakfast Club and Easter School, in the run up to the SAT’s.

By subsidising the clubs and residential trips, the pupils get the opportunity to take part in all areas of the curriculum and the excitement of staying away from home!

 

Measuring the impact of PPG spending

The school evaluates the impact on each pupil at the end of each term.  The evaluation focuses on academic gains and how pupils’ self-confidence has developed as a consequence of the interventions and participation in all trips and residential.

 

 

 

If you would like any more information about the Pupil Premium, please contact Mrs Pipe.

 


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