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Pupil Premium

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At Shobdon School we are committed to raising standards for each and every child.

At Shobdon School we are committed to raising standards for each and every child.

 

The Pupil Premium Grant 2015-2016

The aim of Shobdon Primary School is to ensure that all children are able to access every aspect of the school’s provision in order to attain the highest standards of achievement and the greatest possible progress in relation to individual starting points.

Pupil Premium is an additional sum of money given to schools to work with pupils who have registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years, looked after children and those from families whose parents are in the Services. We are committed to raising standards for every child and invest resources and time to ensure that each and every child receives the support and challenge they require during their time at Shobdon Primary School.

It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made. However, schools are held accountable for how they have used the additional funding to support pupils from low-income families.

At Shobdon Primary School, our staff and governors accept responsibility for children who are recognised as disadvantaged and we are committed to meeting their pastoral, social and academic needs within a caring school environment. As with all children in our care, a child who is considered ‘disadvantaged’ is valued, respected and entitled to develop his/her own potential irrespective of disadvantage or need. We aim to ensure every child leaves Shobdon Primary School excited about learning, determined to succeed and with the tools to reach their full potential. The targeted and strategic use of Pupil Premium funding will support us in achieving these aims.

Pupil Premium 2015-2016

Number of pupils and Pupil Premium Grant received
Total number of pupils on roll 2015-16 84
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 13

 YR1/2 -4, YR 3/6- 9

Amount of PPG per pupil

Service children PPG

£1320

£300

Total amount of PPG received £15,120

 

Impact of the Pupil Premium Grant 2015-2016
Reading
Year group Number of PP pupils Attainment

Below ARE

Attainment

ARE+

Attainment Above ARE Less than expected progress At least expected progress More than expected progress
KS1 4 0% 100% 75% 0% 100% 50%
KS2 9 33% 66% 33% 22% 78% 55%
Mathematics
Year group Number of PP pupils Attainment

Below ARE

Attainment

ARE+

Attainment Above ARE Less than expected progress At least expected progress More than expected progress
KS1 4 25% 75% 75% 0% 100% 25%
KS2 9 44% 56% 22% 55% 44% 11%
Writing
Year group Number of PP pupils Attainment

Below ARE

Attainment

ARE+

Attainment Above ARE Less than expected progress At least expected progress More than expected progress
KS1 4 25% 75% 50% 0% 100% 25%
KS2 9 44% 56% 22% 33% 66% 22%

 

The Pupil Premium Grant 2016-2017

Number of pupils and Pupil Premium Grant received
Total number of pupils on roll 2016-17 82
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 15
Amount of PPG per pupil

Service children PPG

£1320

£300

Total amount of PPG received £16,740

 

Objectives for spending Pupil Premium Grant 2016-2017

  1. To raise attainment to meet and exceed national attainment averages and accelerate rates of progress for identified groups
  2. To access a curriculum that meets the learning needs of all pupils
  3. To support Pupil Premium Grant families to have full and equal access to extra-curricular opportunities and resources

Provision at Shobdon Primary School (these are examples of the provision we have identified and may be subject to change according to need).

  •  Additional TA to support and work with identified groups on intervention strategies.
  • 1stclass@number1 targeting pupils who are not making expected progress in number.
  • Drama workshops to enhance speaking, listening and develop confidence to perform in front of others
  • Additional resources and training to support intervention strategies e.g. 1stclass@number 1 & 2, Success@arithmetic, Toe by Toe, RWI, Nessy, Trugs
  • Peripatetic music teaching
  • Wider Opportunities Music
  • Residential trips
  • Newspaper Subscription
  • Laptop for delivering individual programmes
  • Craft resources for 1:1
  • Small group work with additional adult
  • Opportunities to access off-site visits
  • School uniform
  • 1:1 reading support