Pupil Premium

 

 Pupil Premium Strategy Statement

Pupil Premium was introduced by the Government in April 2011. It is allocated to children from low-income families who are currently known to be eligible for free school meals and children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months or children of service families. Once a pupil is eligible for Pupil Premium,  they will remain eligible for six years. Even thought the Government has introduced free school meals for all infants, the Pupil Premium grant still exists and is a very important component of the school budget.

 Parents are encouraged to apply for Pupil Premium if they think they might be eligible, even if their child would prefer to have a packed lunch as the school receives £1,300 per child which is used in a variety of ways to support and enhance children’s learning.

 Pupil Premium children are monitored carefully through regular inclusion meetings and pupil progress meetings; Head Teacher, Deputy Head and class teachers, with input from the FSA and support staff if necessary;  support is put in place where appropriate.

 

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2016-17

In 2016-17, the school expects to receive £10,560 to support disadvantaged pupils. This is a reduction of £5,560 from 2015-16 reflecting the drop in numbers of children claiming Pupil Premium. In 2016-17 there are 7 eligible pupils across the whole school. If you believe that you may be entitled to claim the Pupil Premium Grant for your child please speak to the school office or http://www.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/pupil-premium-leaflet.pdf

 

Identified Area of Need Reason Staff Resources Intended Impact for Pupil Premium Pupils
Access to Learning To ensure that identified pupils are engaged in and accessing the curriculum to reach their full potential.
  • Class teachers delivering 'Quality First Teaching' 
  • Deputy Head / SENCo
  • LSA
  • TAs
  • Read Write Inc
  • Learning Logs
  • Classroom resources
  • Numicon
  • 1st Class @ Number

Pupils make good or better progress from their starting points.

100% pupils to achieve at least age related expectations at end Year 2.

Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs To address specific barriers to learning through targeted support and interventions including family support.
  • Play Therapist
  • FSA
  • LSA
  • TAs
  • Deputy Head / SENCo
  • Play Therapy / Create Hope
  • Lego Club
  • Colouring Club
  • Build to Express
  • Philosophy for Children
  • Fun Fit
  • ELSA activities

Pupils' confidence and self-esteem is increased.  

Anxieties are reduced and children become resilient.

Attendance is improved with all pupils 95%+ attendance

Equality of Opportunity To ensure all children have the same opportunities and are included in every aspect of school life, despite family circumstances.
  • Office staff
  • SBM
  • Class teachers
  • FSA

 

  • Extra curricular activities
  • School visits
  • Enrichment activities
  • Milk
  • Uniform

 

 

 

Pupils' self esteem is raised because they are fully included in additional, parent funded activities.

100% eligible pupils take part in extra curricular clubs.

2015-16

 In 2015-16, the school received £16,120 to support disadvantaged pupils. This was a reduction from 2014-15 reflecting the drop in numbers of children claiming Pupil Premium. In 2015-16 there were 10 eligible pupils across the whole school. In light of this we feel that these children could be easily identified if we reported data.  If you wish for further information please speak to Mrs Bates.

 

Identified Area of Need Reason Staff Resources Impact on Pupil Premium Pupils
Access to learning To ensure that identified pupils are engaged in and accessing the curriculum to reach their full potential.
  • Class teachers delivering 'Quality First Teaching' 
  • Deputy Head / SENCo
  • LSA
  • TAs
  • Reading books
  • Learning Logs
  • Classroom resources
  • Numicon
  • 1st Class @ Number

Pupils make good or better progress from their starting points.

  • 100% pupils achieved at  age related expectations at end Year 2.
  • 60% Year 1 pupils met the Phonic Screening Standard
  • 50% pupils made Good Level of Development at end EYFS
Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs To address specific barriers to learning through targeted support and interventions including family support.
  • Play Therapist
  • FSA
  • LSA
  • TAs
  • Deputy Head / SENCo
  • Play Therapy / Create Hope
  • Lego Club
  • Colouring Club
  • Build to Express
  • Philosophy for Children
  • Fun Fit
  • Pupils' confidence and self-esteem increased.
  • Anxieties were reduced. Children found it easier to make relationships.
  • Average annual attendance of PP pupils: 94%
Equality of Opportunity To ensure all children have the same opportunities and are included in every aspect of school life, despite family circumstances.
  • Office staff
  • SBM
  • Class teachers
  • FSA
  • Extra curricular activities
  • School visits
  • Enrichment activities
  • Milk
  • Uniform

 

Pupils' self-esteem was increased as evidenced through discussions.

  • 38% Pupil Premium pupils were represented on Eco Team or School Council compared to 29% non Pupil Premium pupils.

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