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Pupil Premium 2014 - 2015

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PUPIL PREMIUM SPENDING 2014-2015

* Pupil Premium Grant for 2014-15 was £130,714

* 44% of our pupils are eligible for Pupil Premium funding which is well above the National Average of 27%

* The 2014-15 Pupil Premium Funding has been allocated to the following projects:

*Free Educational Visits for every child to launch new topics

*Grants to assist with payment of Residential Trips

*Writing Workshops with Liz Million

*Prizes for good attendance

*Materials to enrich our school curriculum such as Cornerstones and Music Express

*Phonic Teaching Programme (Read Write Inc)

*Maths Teaching Programme (Numicon)

*Intervention programmes  throughout school

*Refurbishment of school library

*Enhancement of the school playground

*Free Pencil cases and homework resources for every child

*Part funding of Daisy Chain sports coaching

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PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING IMPACT

Year One Phonics Screening Results

% of pupils meeting the expected standard

83% (all pupils)  74% (national average)  

70% (PP children) 63% (national average)

School has exceeded the National Average for all pupils and Pupil premium pupils 

Key Stage One Performance – Pupil’s Achieving Level 2 or Above

Reading  84% (PP) 97% (Other Pupils) In line with Local Authority

Writing 63% (PP) 97% (Other Pupils) Larger gap than Local Authority

Maths  89% (PP) 97% (Other Pupils) Smaller gap than Local Authority

School’s investment in Read Write Inc. should lead to an improvement in Writing Scores next year

Key Stage Two Performance – Pupil’s Achieving Level 4 or Above

Reading  91% (PP) 90% (Other Pupils) Smaller gap than LA (no gap)

Writing  91% (PP) 100% (Other Pupils) Smaller gap than LA

Maths   73% (PP) 90% (Other Pupils) Larger gap than LA

Our PP pupils have actually outperformed non-PP pupils in reading

*NB all figures are based on statistics which do not include pupils in our IAC or Support Base

TARGETS FOR THIS YEAR

Improving literacy results in KS1 and Maths results in KS2 have been identified as priorities on this year’s SIP.