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Lowton West Primary School

 

Pupil Premium Report for 2015-2016

 

Allocation of Pupil Premium Grant

 

The school has received £96,440 during 2015-16 in respect of Pupil Premium Grant.

 It is intended to deploy the Pupil Premium to the following areas within the budget to raise achievement and narrow the gap between children from disadvantaged families and their peers.

 Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium Grant Received – 2015-16

Total number of Pupils on Roll September 2015

418

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

62

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1320

Additional PPG

£14,600

Total Amount of PPG received

£96,440

 

 How the funding for 2015-2016 will be used

 

Resource / Activity

Budget Allocation from Pupil Premium (£)

Staffing Resources

·         4 Days per week small group interventions (qualified teachers) in English and Maths for pupils in KS1/KS2

 ·       Interventions /after-school tuition led by teachers /TAs 

 

·        14 Teaching Assistants : 5 hours per week working with FSM pupils

 

 ·        Additional teacher for Year 6 SATs preparation enabling smaller groups and intervention groups/ KS2 interventions

 

·        HLTA 2 afternoons : Interventions in KS2

 

·        Level 2 Teaching Assistant : 2.5 hours per week. Focused 1:1 work

 

·        Level 2 Teaching Assistant : 2.5 hours per week. Lunchtime support for pupils (nurture group work / structured outdoor and indoor play/ learning programmes in Literacy and Numeracy

 

£ 38,536.00

 

 

£11,037.00

  

£35,553.00

 

 £1,064.00

 

 

 

 £1,900.00

 

£2,134.00

 

 

£486.00

 

 

Resources for specific intervention

 

·         Funding for Year 6 residential activity holiday

 

·         CPD for Staff

 

·        Wigan Family Welfare (Counsellor)

 

 ·       CLA - resources for focussed interventions

 

   

£730.00

 

£2,000.00

  

£1,000.00

 

£2,000.00

 

 

IMPACT OF PUPIL PREMIUM SPENDING 2015 - 2016

 

  • The proportion of pupil premium pupils that met the expected standard in phonics was above the national figure for other pupils in Year 1.

 

  • For KS1 pupil premium pupils, attainment in reading at the expected standard was close to the national figure for other pupils nationally.
  • For KS1 pupil premium pupils, attainment in reading at ‘greater depth’ was close to the national figure for other pupils nationally.
  • For KS1 pupil premium pupils, attainment in writing at the expected standard was close to the national figure for other pupils nationally.
  • For KS1 pupil premium pupils, attainment in maths at the expected standard was close to the national figure for other pupils nationally.

 

  • For KS1 pupil premium pupils, attainment of at least the expected standard in reading, for all EYFS development groups (emerging, expected and exceeding), was close to or above the National figure.
  • For KS1 pupil premium pupils, attainment of at least the expected standard in writing, for all EYFS development groups (emerging, expected and exceeding), was close to or above the National figure.
  • For KS1 pupil premium pupils, attainment of at least the expected standard in maths, for all EYFS development groups (emerging, expected and exceeding), was close to or above the National figure.

 

  • For KS2 pupil premium pupils, attainment at ‘greater depth’ in writing was close to the national figure.
  • For KS2 pupil premium pupils, attainment of the ‘prior middle attainment group’ at the expected standard in writing was higher than the national figure.
  • For KS2 pupil premium pupils, attainment of the ‘prior middle attainment group’ at ‘greater depth’ in writing was higher than the national figure.

 

  • For KS2 pupils, the progress of the pupil premium pupils in writing was close to the national figure for other pupils.
  • For KS2 pupils, the progress of the pupil premium pupils (‘prior middle attainment group’) in writing was higher than the national figure for other pupils.

 

  • For KS2 pupil premium pupils, attainment at the expected standard in maths (for the ‘prior higher attainment group’) was close to the national figure for other pupils.
  • For KS2 pupil premium pupils, attainment at the higher standard in maths (for the ‘prior higher attainment group’) was close to the national figure for other pupils.

 

  • For KS2 pupil premium pupils, attainment at the expected standard in ‘grammar, punctuation and spelling’ was close to the national figure for other pupils.
  • For KS2 pupil premium pupils, attainment at the higher standard in ‘grammar, punctuation and spelling’ was close to the national figure for other pupils.

 

  • The attainment gap is closing (over the past 3 years) between the performance of the pupil premium pupils and other pupils nationally in KS2 writing at the higher levels.
  • The attainment gap is closing (over the past 3 years) between the performance of the pupil premium pupils and other pupils nationally in KS2 maths at the higher levels.
  • The attainment gap is closing (over the past 3 years) between the performance of the pupil premium pupils and other pupils nationally in KS2 ‘grammar, punctuation and spelling’ at the higher levels.

 

Counselling

 

A number of our pupil premium children benefited from sessions with the counsellor. This helped with emotional well-being and enabled the children to concentrate more on their class work.

 

Nurture groups

 

A number of our pupil premium children benefited from nurture groups at lunchtimes and nurture groups during the school day. This helped with emotional well-being and enabled the children to concentrate more on their class work. Behaviour at lunchtimes has also improved leading to better learning across the school.

 

 

Year 6 residential

 

We use this money to subsidise educational visits, including residential trips, for example by funding transport or board and lodgings. For some children this has a huge impact on their self-esteem and confidence.

 

 

Slag Lane, Warrington, Cheshire, WA3 2ED

01942 724865

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