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Pupil Premium 14-16

Pupil Premium Statement 2015-2016

Schools and Academies receive a Pupil Premium Grant to support their work in tackling underachievement by disadvantaged pupils.

We will work hard to support disadvantaged pupils. We will regularly review our actions and their impact and add or remove initiatives to ensure continued success, raised aspirations and to limit social exclusion.

Principles

  • We are committed to ‘narrowing the gap’ between all pupils and any specific cohort or group of pupils.
  • We will ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all of our pupils.
  • We will ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to vulnerable groups; this includes ensuring that the needs of pupils are adequately assessed and addressed.
  • We reserve the right to allocate the Pupil Premium Grant to support any pupil or group of pupils we have legitimately identified as being disadvantaged.
  • Funds will be allocated following an analysis which will identify priority groups or individuals.
  • Not all eligible pupils will be in receipt of Pupil Premium interventions at one time.

Pupil Premium 2015 2016 statement

Approximately 60% of our children are eligible                                                                            Total income – £ 117000

Spending Overview 2015/16

The following are some of the interventions employed:

KS1 and KS2 interventions

  • SENCO costs, Easter school for Y6, intervention tuition, employing staff to support specific additional needs such as fine motor skills, supporting pupils with emotional and behavioural issues and pupils with autism.               Total  £44300

Counteracting deprivation

  • Employing 2 staff members to provide Breakfast Club to ensure children have access to an appropriate breakfast- now running 5 days a week and provision of cooking ingredients. KS1 access to snacks                                         Total £6000

Extended and enrichment activities

  • Financial support, as necessary, to allow for all pupils to have full participation in whole curriculum including trips and educational subsidies                                                                                             Total  £7000

Additional needs, 1 to 1 support, FWO and reduced class size

  • 100% of children supported by Family Welfare Officer are PP, 60% of children with SEN are PP. Provision of 5thclass to reduce pupil to adult ratio across the academy                                                                                          Total £70,000

Total of £127300 which  exceeds PP income 

Measuring the impact of PPG spending

  • Attendance of FSM children 2015-16 is at  96 .31. Overall attendance 2015-16 is at 96.07
  • Funding of events and other areas of provision has enhanced the curriculum for ‘all’ pupils.
  • Numeracy afterschool booster classes run by teachers have improved progress levels of all attending pupils.

Improvements in KS2 results May 2015

(72% PP in y6)

  • Attainment at L4+ is broadly in line with LA ( 78%) and NA (79.8%) at 69% across RWM
  • Attainment in maths at L4B+ is up at 76.9% and above LA (74.7%) and at NA and shows a three year rising trend from 55% in 2013, 75% in 2014 to the current level.
  • Maths at L5 reflects a three year rising trend from 25% in 2013, 10% 2014 to 38.5 %, closing the gap on LA attainment at 39.2% and NA at 41.4%.
  • Writing at L5 has increased by 10% to 15.4% on results last year
  • Combined results in RWM at L5 are up 10% from last year to 15.4% with a three year rising trend.
  • Progress results show the percentage of children making 2 levels+ progress in KS2 in writing and maths is broadly in line with LA and the percentage making 3 levels+ progress in these same areas has increased from last year (up 0.8% in writing and up 36% in maths)

Improvements in EYFS and KS1 results-

(53% PP in Y2)

  • In 2015, EYFS achieved 55% GLD, a rise of 1.7% on the previous year. The gap is closing between Ingoldmells Academy and LA (66.3%) and NA (69%) and shows a three-year rising trend from 44.4% in 2013 to 55% in 2015.
  • Year 1 phonic screen results show 75% of children achieved the expected level indicating a rise in attainment. The average phonic score shows a rise of 6.5 marks since 2013. This is a three-year rising trend in phonics results, raising attainment from 61.5% 2013 to 75% in 2015. 63% children of Year 1 children are in receipt of pupil premium of which 70% achieved the required outcome.
  • KS1 combined results show an overall rise in attainment achieving 74% RWM in 2015 at L2+, compared to last year at 73%. At L2B+, attainment has risen in the combined result from 54.5% in 2014 to 57.9% in 2015.
  • In Reading attainment is broadly in line with NA at L2+ at 84%
  • Maths attainment is broadly in line with NA at L2+ at 89.5%
  • Attainment at L3 in KS1 has increased in reading by 10.5 % from last year at 0%

Pupil Premium 2014 2015 statement

Approximately 60% of our children were  eligible                                                                            Total income – £ 120154

Spending Overview 2014/15

The following are some of the interventions employed:

KS1 and KS2 interventions              Total  £44300

Counteracting deprivation                Total £6000

Extended and enrichment activities       Total  £7000

Additional needs, 1 to 1 support, FWO and reduced class size         Total £70,000        Measuring the impact of PPG spending

  • Attendance of FSM children 2015-14 is at  95 .98. Overall attendance 2014-15 is at 96.08
  • Funding of events and other areas of provision has enhanced the curriculum for ‘all’ pupils.
  • Numeracy afterschool booster classes run by teachers have improved progress levels of all attending pupils.

Improvements in KS2 results May 2014

(77% PP in y6)

  • Attainment at L4+ is broadly in line with LA ( 78%) and NA (79.8%) at 69% across RWM
  • Attainment in maths at L4B+ is up at 76.9% and above LA (74.7%) and at NA and shows a three year rising trend from 55% in 2013, 75% in 2014 to the current level.
  • Maths at L5 reflects a three year rising trend from 25% in 2013, 10% 2014 to 38.5 %, closing the gap on LA attainment at 39.2% and NA at 41.4%.
  • Writing at L5 has increased by 10% to 15.4% on results last year
  • Combined results in RWM at L5 are up 10% from last year to 15.4% with a three year rising trend.
  • Progress results show the percentage of children making 2 levels+ progress in KS2 in writing and maths is broadly in line with LA and the percentage making 3 levels+ progress in these same areas has increased from last year (up 0.8% in writing and up 36% in maths)
  • In KS2 70% of children in receipt of PP achieved L4+ in RWM

Improvements in EYFS and KS1 results-

(84% PP in Y2)

  • In 2015, EYFS achieved 55% GLD, a rise of 1.7% on the previous year. The gap is closing between Ingoldmells Academy and LA (66.3%) and NA (69%) and shows a three-year rising trend from 44.4% in 2013 to 55% in 2015.
  • Year 1 phonic screen results show 75% of children achieved the expected level indicating a rise in attainment. The average phonic score shows a rise of 6.5 marks since 2013. This is a three-year rising trend in phonics results, raising attainment from 61.5% 2013 to 75% in 2015. 63% children of Year 1 children are in receipt of pupil premium of which 70% achieved the required outcome.
  • KS1 combined results show an overall rise in attainment achieving 74% RWM in 2015 at L2+, compared to last year at 73%. At L2B+, attainment has risen in the combined result from 54.5% in 2014 to 57.9% in 2015.
  • In Reading attainment is broadly in line with NA at L2+ at 84%
  • Maths attainment is broadly in line with NA at L2+ at 89.5%
  • Attainment at L3 in KS1 has increased in reading by 10.5 % from last year at 0%
  • 72% of children in receipt of PP achieved L2+ across RWM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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