The purpose of this funding:



The government provides every school with Pupil Premium funding, which is additional to the main school funding, to help address some underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and ‘Looked after children (LAC)’ and to tackle educational disadvantage.  Lumbertubs Primary School has a high percentage (38%) of children who fall in to this category. Pupils targeted by the pupil premium funding tend to be over represented in terms of under achievement on entry to the school, have fewer enrichment opportunities in the home and may be affected by lower educational aspirations.

Pupil premium funding was introduced in April 2011 and is allocated to schools to provide support for pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as ‘Ever 6 FSM’) and LAC (Looked After Children).

From April 2015, schools have been able to claim extra funding for 3 and 4 year olds, through the Early Years Pupil Premium to support children’s development, learning and care.

All of our funded interventions aim to accelerate the expected or better than expected progress for socially disadvantaged children.

Academic Year 2016 - 17 Total Pupil Premium budget £114,840 Date of most recent pupil premium review March 2015
Feb 2017 (CAT) – Phone call with HT
Total Pupil Premium Expenditure £114840
Total number of pupils 198 Number of pupils eligible for pupil premium funding 79 (40%)
 
Academic Year 2017 - 18 Total Pupil Premium budget £101,640
Total number of pupils 198 Number of pupils eligible for pupil premium funding 77 (39%)
 
Barriers to learning  
A Attainment is still low for pupil premium pupils across the school due to gaps in prior learning
B Poor spoken language skills of pupil premium pupils which impacts on writing attainment across the school
D Currently, a higher percentage of pupil premium pupils (compared to non-pupil premium pupils) have limited resilience skills & require social and emotional support
E Parents of some pupil premium pupils require additional support in order to engage with the school and their child’s learning
 

 

Desired outcomes

Success Criteria

Actions

Rationale

Timescales

Cost

Impact – Dec 17

A

Increased involvement in learning for PP pupils will ensure better attainment and progress in learning. Disadvantaged pupils make expected or better progress in reading, writing and maths
  • Senior member of staff to monitor progress & provide support for teachers to overcome barriers to learning for disadvantaged pupils
  • Senior member of staff to monitor progress & provide support for teachers to overcome barriers to learning for disadvantaged pupils who also have SEN
 
To ensure that progress and attainment of disadvantaged pupils remains a priority for the school

Review
Dec 2017
April 2018
July 2018

£4,000 – CC
£4,000 - SW (SEN)    

Progress

    R W M
Pupil Premium 67

87% (58/67)

82%
(55/67)

88%
59/67)

Non-Pupil Premium 96 89%
(85/96)

88%
(85/96)

89%
(85/96)

Attainment

    R W M
Pupil Premium 67

58% (39/67)

49%
(33/67)

63%
42/67)

Non-Pupil Premium 96 63%
(60/96)

54%
(52/96)

60%
(58/96)

Pupils eligible for PP in Reception make better than expected progress by the end of the year (8)
  • Extra TA in Reception class
Additional adults mean pre-planned intervention groups can take place but also support is available according to need.

Review
Oct 2017
Dec 2017
Feb 2018
April 2018
June 2018
July 2018

£3,931
(8 children)

To be reviewed by the end of Feb 18

Pupils assessed as needing extra support make accelerated progress towards age related expectations
  • Targeted intervention in small groups including RWI support
 
EEF toolkit suggests that smaller groups allow for more sustained engagement from the pupils, work that is more closely matched to leaners’ needs and for more effective feedback.

Review
Oct 2017
Dec 2017
Feb 2018
April 2018
June 2018
July 2018

Intervention groups (teacher)
£18,270 Intervention groups (TAs)
£5,397

To be reviewed by the end of Feb 18

Y6 disadvantaged pupils achieve the expected standard at the end of KS2 (5)
  • 1 – 1 tuition for targeted pupils in Y6
 
Gaps identified in formative assessment allow for precisely targeted teaching to remedy these.

Review
Oct 2017
Dec 2017
Feb 2018
April 2018
June 2018
July 2018

1 -1 tuition
£5,795
(5 children)
80% (4/5) children made expected progress in R, W & M
20% (1/5) made less than expected progress in R, W & M
In Reading 60% (3/5) are at ARE, 40% (2/5) are one step behind.
In Writing 40% (2/5) are at ARE, 60% (3/5) are one step behind.
In Maths 0% (0/5) are at ARE, 80% (4/5) are one step behind, 20% (1/5) are 2 steps behind.

 

  Pupils identified with specific need make at least expected progress (3)
  • Whole staff training by Target Autism
  • Target Autism support for identified pupils
The EEF Toolkit suggests that targeted interventions matched to specific students with particular needs or behavioural issues can be effective

Review
Oct 2017
Dec 2017
Feb 2018
April 2018
June 2018
July 2018

£1,575 In Reading 67% (2/3) are making expected progress, with 33% (1/3) making accelerated progress
In Writing 67% (2/3) are making expected progress
In Maths 100% (3/3) are making expected progress, with 33% (1/3) making accelerated progress
Total budgeted cost £42,968

 

B

Improved Speech, Language and Communication in EYFS and KS1 so that pupils have with a strong foundation for literacy development and learning in the classroom. For all pupils assessed as needing S & L programmes to improve their oral communication skills   Speech & Language Assistant to work with identified children on the Chatterway scheme Evidence suggest that poor language is a key barrier to achievement at all levels, particularly for children who are disadvantaged

Review
Dec 2017
April 2018
July 2018

£3,995 To be reviewed in Feb 2018
Community Speech & Language support by the Speech and Language Assistant

Review
Dec 2017
April 2018
July 2018

£533
3 children
To be reviewed in Feb 2018
Total budgeted cost £4528  

C

Social and emotional issues of identified pupils addressed. Recommendations and devised programmes for pupils are evident in classroom practice and pupils’ progress  Educational Psychologist identifies support needed to overcome barriers to learning
(8)
The EEF Toolkit suggests that targeted interventions matched to specific students with particular needs or behavioural issues can be effective

Review
Dec 2017
April 2018
July 2018

£5,060 (3/8) have been seen by the Educational Psychologist since September 2017.
In Reading 67% (2/3) are making expected progress
In Writing 33% (1/3) are making expected progress
In Maths 67% (2/3) are making expected progress
All 3 children are SEN & have been assessed with PIVATS so that smaller steps of progress can be measured.
Pupils have increased confidence, more positive attitudes to learning and improved communication skills 1:1 support for pupil with behavioural difficulties (Y6) (Counselling – Power to Be)
(2)

Review
Oct 2017
Dec 2017
Feb 2018
April 2018
June 2018
July 2018

£1,000 Counselling provided the children with behavioural difficulties in Y6, a way of expressing their feelings. While they are still having behavioural difficulties, they are more able to talk about their feelings and identify what they should have done about the situation that they found themselves in. A book was produced which the children refer back to as a reminder of the strategies that help them to regulate their emotions.
Power to Be resilience training  for Y4 / Y5 / Y6)
(1 day per class - October 2017)

Review
Dec 2017

£1,175 After Resilience training, feedback from the post course evaluation for all year groups showed that the training had a positive impact. Children who had disagreed or strongly disagreed with statements on the pre course questionnaire had changed their views and now agreed or strongly agreed with the statements.
Saints Study Centre programme (10 weeks - September 2017)

Review
Dec 2017

£931

Children who attended the Saints Study Centre made accelerated progress from Sept – Dec 17

Y4 progress

R

W

M

2.2

2.2

2.1


Attainment

 

Dec 17

Target

Reading

62%
(18/29)

72%
(21/29)

Writing

55%
(16/29)

66%
(19/29)

Maths

59%
(17/29)

72%
(21/29)

 
Teachers identify that pupils are more empathetic towards each other. Behaviour issues decrease from previous year. The Roots of Empathy programme (Y2)
(Weekly - Oct 2017 – June 2018)

Review
Dec 2017
April 2018
July 2018

£125 The Roots of Empathy programme is in its 4th week and the Lead Practitioner reports that the children who struggled in the first session to engage are now fully engaged & contributing to the sessions.
Boxall profile scores for identified children improve (Boxall profile completed on entry, mid-term, on exit)
6 children
Nurture Group programme for 10 identified children across the school (5 afternoons a week for up to 8 terms)

Review
Dec 2017
April 2018
July 2018

£7,950 HG
£6,000 BMc
Boxall profiles will be completed in Feb 2018.
Pupils who attend Breakfast Club are more ready to learn at the start of the school day   Free breakfast club for disadvantaged pupils  - pupils have a good start to the school day with a healthy breakfast (September 2017 – July 2018) To ensure all pupils have a good breakfast, extra reading/maths games and acclimatisation to start the day. Breakfast clubs also improve attendance.

Review
Dec 2017
April 2018
July 2018

£1,707 (wages)
£926 (food)
£5,320 (no payment)
Attendance of Pupil Premium children is currently 96.5%.
Total budgeted cost £30,194  
D Increased parental engagement Parents will have improved parenting skills providing secure and appropriate boundaries in the home setting
  • Behaviour support programmes (1,2,3 Magic)(5 weeks - September 2017)
  • Informal support (ongoing)
  • Support for parents of children judged to be at risk
To build relationships with parents / families. To provide / locate support.
To liaise with relevant services.

Review
Dec 2017
April 2018
July 2018

£12,400 5 parents have undertaken the 1,2,3 Magic behaviour support programme 25 children have had support since September Expected Progress
R

W

M

84%
(21/25)

72%
(18/25)

84%
(21/25)

Pupils will have similar experiences to their peers so that they become more confident, with better self-esteem Personalised budget for parents of Pupil Premium children. This can be used to pay for:
  • Out of school clubs
  • Curriculum trips
  • Residential
  • Uniform
  • Extra-curricular activities

Review
Dec 2017
April 2018
July 2018

£11,550

Allocation total to parents

11950

Total spent

4092.5

Total spent Number of parents
Uniform reciepts

1349.85

14

Jumpers/Bookbags

357

15

Trips

1030

19

Clubs - Rugby/Dance

92

8

Friday Dance club

654.5

18

Hotshots

462

11

Other

147

5

Total budgeted cost £23, 950
Total planned expenditure (2017 – 18) £101,640
December 2017
Total received £53,020
Total spent £35,470
Percentage spent 35%
 
Updated date: 05 Feb 2019