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Pupil Premium

SCHOOL’S PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT ALLOCATION 2016/17

Total number of pupils on roll

(Reception to Year 6)

410
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 143
Amount of PPG received per pupil £1320
Total amount of PPG received £188,760

Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG)

Taken from School Census Collection: Summer 2016

Summary of Main Barriers faced by Pupil Premium pupils

Woden is a two-form entry primary school with a nursery class; currently there are over 470 pupils on roll, numbers have continued to increase with each year group being two form entry. It is situated in an area of high deprivation, with around half of the pupils being eligible for free school meals, however this figure should be significantly higher as new arrival families are not always able to access benefits. In the past academic year, over 100 pupils joined or left Woden, equating to almost a quarter of the school. Over 65% of pupils are from minority ethnic backgrounds and this results in a significantly higher than national number of pupils who speak English as an additional language. Not all pupils who speak English as an additional language, experience this as a barrier to learning, but the school is often challenged in communicating with pupils and parents who represent over 40 different countries of origin. There are new arrivals to the school; many of these are new to country and have very little or no English on arrival.

Nature of Support 2016/17

Employment of one additional teacher and one school direct in order to facilitate additional intervention for targeted groups identified in the school’s RAP.

Subsidising costs for Breakfast and After School club.

Capital spending to build 2 new classrooms in order to support the additional intervention time and staffing continues into 2016/17.

Support for the training of Teaching Assistants- Increase number of trained HLTAs in School

Additional resources in order to maximise progress and attainment of all identified pupils.

Provide opportunities for all Year 6, Year 4 and Year 2 pupils to experience a residential trip away from home. In addition access to day trips for all other year groups will be subsidised in order to improve life experiences.

Spending (in addition to the Sports Grant) in order to employ outside Agency Sports coaches. Thereby improving our response to quality PE but provide further time for teaching staff to work with RAP identified children

How Impact will be measured?

The school will evaluate the impact on each pupil from termly Teacher Assessment. This will be recorded and discussed as part of our Termly Pupil Progress meetings, the results of which will be fed in the following term’s Intervention provision. (RAP)

We will measure progress and attainment in Reading, Writing and Maths as a result of intervention and additional support.

2015-16 Data Impact

KS1 Attainment 2015-2016– In all 3 areas more Woden disadvantaged achieved ‘expected standard’ or ‘greater depth’ than Woden Other.

Reading

  Expected Standard Greater Depth
Cohort no. School % National % Difference School % National % Difference
Disadvantaged 31 77 78 -1 16 27 -11
Other 28 75 78 -3 4 27 -23
School Gap   +2     +12    

Writing

  Expected Standard Greater Depth
Cohort no. School % National % Difference School % National % Difference
Disadvantaged 31 77 70 +7 13 16 -3
Other 28 68 70 -2 4 16 -12
School Gap   +9     +9    

Maths

  Expected Standard Greater Depth
Cohort no. School % National % Difference School % National % Difference
Disadvantaged 31 81 77 +4 16 20 -4
Other 28 75 77 -2 4 20 -16
School Gap   +6     +12    

KS2 Attainment 2015-2016 – In all areas Woden disadvantaged and Woden Other achieve broadly in line with each other. Woden disadvantaged perform in line or above national in all areas and abilities other than High Scaled Score Maths.

Reading

  Scaled Score 100+ High Scaled Score
Cohort no. School % National % Difference School % National % Difference
Disadvantaged

+6.22 progress

22 86 71 +15 32 23 +9
Other

+5.5 progress

21 79 71 +8 0 23 -23
School Gap

+0.72

  +7     +32    

Writing

  Expected Standard+ Greater depth
Cohort no. School % National % Difference School % National % Difference
Disadvantaged

+4.19 progress

22 82 79 +3 21 18 +3
Other

+5.77 progress

21 83 79 +4 24 18 +6
School Gap

-1.58 progress

  -1     -3    

Maths

  Scaled Score 100+ High Scaled Score
Cohort no. School % National % Difference School % National % Difference
Disadvantaged

+6.02 progress

22 96 75 +21 11 20 -9
Other

+8.95 progress

21 93 75 +18 24 20 +4
School Gap

-2.93 progress

  +3     -13    

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined

  Scaled Score 100+ High Scaled Score
Cohort no. School % National % Difference School % National % Difference
Disadvantaged 22 79 60 +19 11 7 +4
Other 21 76 60 +16 0 7 -7
School Gap   +3     +11    

Date of next review of Pupil Premium Strategy- April 2017

 

SCHOOL’S PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT ALLOCATION 2015/16

Total number of pupils on roll

(Reception to Year 6)

378
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 137
Amount of PPG received per pupil £1300
Total amount of PPG received £178,100

Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG)

Taken from School Census Collection: Summer 2015

 

Nature of Support 2015/16

 Employment of two additional teachers in order to facilitate additional intervention for targeted groups identified in the school’s RAP.

Subsidising costs for Breakfast and After School club.

Capital spending to build 2 new classrooms in order to support the additional intervention time and staffing.

Support for the training of Teaching Assistants- Increase number of trained HLTAs in School

Additional resources in order to maximise progress and attainment of all identified pupils.

Provide opportunities for all Year 6, Year 4 and Year 2 pupils to experience a residential trip away from home. In addition access to day trips for all other year groups will be subsidised in order to improve life experiences.

Spending (in addition to the Sports Grant) in order to employ outside Agency Sports coaches. Thereby improving our response to quality PE but provide further time for teaching staff to work with RAP identified children

How Impact of Pupil Premium Spending will be measured in 2014/15 and 2015/16

 (awaiting ROL 2016 to add in 2016 data)

  • Impact of our pupil premium spending will be measured through the data. Throughout the report data for Woden ‘disadvantaged’ pupils is compared against Woden ‘other’ (non-disadvantaged) pupils and National ‘other’ (non-disadvantaged) pupils

2014-15 Data Impact

EYFS Closing the Gap 2015

  • FSM pupils entered Reception working, on average, within the 22-36 month age banding for Reading, Writing and Maths (their actual age would have been 48-60 months).
  • By the end of Reception, 77% of FSM pupils compared to 62% of Non FSM pupils gained a Good Level of Development.

KS1 Closing the Gap

  • Woden disadvantaged pupils achieve in APS and level 2 broadly in line with both Woden and National Other pupils.

 

APS 2015          
  Woden

disadv

Woden

other

Diff Nat other Diff
All 16.1 16.2 -0.1 16.6 -0.5
Reading 16.7 16.8 -0.1 17.1 -0.4
Writing 15.2 15.7 -0.5 15.8 -0.6
Maths 16.3 16.2 +0.1 16.9 -0.6

 

% 2+ 2015          
  Woden

disadv

Woden

other

Diff Nat other Diff
Reading 93 92 +1 93 0
Writing 85 88 -3 91 -6
Maths 96 92 +4 95 +1

 

% 3+ 2015          
  Woden

disadv

Woden

other

Diff Nat other Diff
Reading 22 38 -16 37 -15
Writing 11 23 -12 21 -10
Maths 22 27 -5 30 -8

 

KS2 Closing the Gap

  • In every subject, Woden disadvantaged pupils now achieve higher than Woden ‘other’ pupils in APS and level 4; in Reading and EGPS at level 5. Maths at level 5 is equal.
APS 2015          
  Woden

disadv

Woden

other

Diff Nat other Diff

Woden disadv/Nat Other

All 29.8 27.6 +2.2 29.5 +0.3
Reading 30.9 28.0 +2.9 29.6 +1.3
Writing 28.8 27.5 +1.3 28.9 -0.1
EGPS 31.2 27.5 +3.7 29.9 +1.3
Maths 29.7 27.5 +2.2 29.8 -0.1

 

% 4+ 2015          
  Woden

disadv

Woden

other

Diff Nat other Diff

Woden disadv/Nat other

All 95 75 +20 85 +10
Reading 95 83 +12 92 +3
Writing 95 75 +20 90 +5
EGPS 95 75 +20 84 +11
Maths 95 75 +20 90 +5

 

% 5+ 2015          
  Woden

disad

Woden

other

Diff Nat other Diff

Woden/Nat Other

All 30 42 -12 29 +1
Reading 75 50 +25 55 +20
Writing 40 50 -10 42 -2
EGPS 80 50 +30 61 +19
Maths 50 50 0 48 +2

 

KS1 to KS2 expected progress/more than expected progress (summer data 2015)

  • The % of Woden disadvantaged pupils making more than expected progress was higher than national ‘other’ pupils in all subjects

 

Reading Woden disadvantaged pupils National other pupils
achieving expected progress 100% 92%
achieving more than expected progress 82% 33%

 

Writing Woden disadvantaged pupils National other pupils
achieving expected progress 100% 95%
achieving more than expected progress 65% 37%

 

Maths Woden disadvantaged pupils National other pupils
achieving expected progress 100% 91%
achieving more than expected progress 76% 37%

Value added 2015

  • Woden disadvantaged pupils and ‘other’ pupils both have a higher VA than National Disadvantaged and National ‘other’ pupils. In fact in 2015 Woden Disadvantaged pupils have closed the gap on Woden ‘other’ pupils.

 

  Woden 2013 Woden 2014 Woden 2015 National 2015
Disadvantaged 100.7 101.7 103.5 99.8
Other pupils 102.0 102.6 102.9 100.1