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Pupil Premium 

In 2011-12, the Government launched its Pupil Premium funding programme – the amount of Pupil Premium funding received by schools is determined by the number of pupils attending the school who are eligible for Free School Meals. From 2012-13, this was expanded to include the number of children who have been eligible for Free School Meals within the last six years.

Pupil Premium funding is used by St Peter’s CE Primary School in a number of ways in order to help improve pupil attainment and to help overcome any identified barriers to learning.  For the academic year 2019/2020 we anticipate a sum of £35640. 

As a school we have prioritised in class support as we recognise that this can have the biggest impact upon pupil progress.  We are therefore continuing with our policy of allocating funding to enable every class to have a full time Teaching Assistant, who will work closely alongside the class teacher in order to provide additional support within the classroom setting.  Additionally, we are also using some of our funding to run English and Mathematics intervention and extension groups; to embed or extend the work completed in class, providing additional targeted support which will ensure that pupils of all abilities achieve their potential.

At St Peter’s we are committed to providing our pupils with an enriched and engaging curriculum and therefore plan to allocate some of our funding to providing enrichment opportunities for the entire school such as drama and dance workshops, educational visits and weeks dedicated to specific curriculum areas which help to motivate and inspire children and foster a love of learning.  Additionally, with our extra-curricular provision this year, we have subsidised the cost of clubs to ensure that they are accessible to all pupils, as these help to promote health and well-being and also provide pupils with the opportunity to acquire new skills such as sewing, Italian, Latin and computer programming.  Furthermore, this year, in addition to employing a Well-Being Coach, who will support targeted children throughout the school with their mental health well-being; we have also engaged the services of the Christian organisation Kick London through which we will be able to offer some of our vulnerable pupils solution based mentoring sessions. 

Please see below our latest Pupil Premium report which details the funding received in 2018/19, how it was allocated and the impact which it made.

If your child does not have Free School Meals, but may be eligible because of your family’s income level please see the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham website for eligibility criteria, alternatively please contact the Headteacher in the strictest confidence. Even if you choose not to make use of the Free School Meals, the school can still claim Pupil Premium funding that may be used to help your child.

Context

Number of pupils on role: 206

Number of pupils eligible for PPG: 27 (13.1%)

Total amount of funding received September 2018 – July 2019: £36960.00

Spending September 2018 to July 2019

Item/project

Cost

Objective

SEND Teacher intervention support focusing upon English and Mathematics

£12,164

To provide small group and one to one support the pupils who are not making good progress in Reading, Writing, SPaG and Mathematics

To support teachers with planning for the differing needs of the pupils in their class

LBHF intervention support

£1,800

To provide targeted programmes of support for targeted pupils

Teaching Assistants appointed to support learning in class

£10,684

To ensure that all pupils make at least good progress in all areas of the curriculum.

Volunteer Readers

£1,926

To provide regular one to one reading support for targeted pupils in Key Stage One and Lower Key Stage Two

Enrichment

£4,500

To provide additional enrichment opportunities.

Space2Talk

 

£5,059

To ensure that pupils are supported emotionally and therefore able to learn. PP children are prioritised.

Breakfast Club, Afterschool Club and School Journey subsidy

£827

Subsidise Breakfast Club, Afterschool Clubs and school journeys to ensure no child misses out on school experiences.

 

Total         £ 36,960  

 

 

Impact of 2018 – 2019 Pupil Premium spending

 

  • The percentage of pupils achieving GLD at the end of Reception was significantly above national data
  • The percentage of Year 1 pupils that met the expected standard in phonics was significantly above the national figure
  • 100% of Year 2 pupils that met the expected standard in phonics at the end of Key Stage One, which is significantly above the national figure
  • The percentage of children achieving the expected standard for Reading, Writing and Mathematics at the end of Key Stage One was significantly above the national figure
  • The percentage of children achieving greater depth for Reading, Writing and Mathematics at the end of Key Stage One was significantly above the national figure
  • The percentage of children achieving the expected level for Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined at the end of Key Stage One was significantly above the national figure
  • The percentage of children achieving greater depth for Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined at the end of Key Stage One was significantly above the national figure
  • The percentage of children achieving the expected standard for Reading, SPaG, Writing and Mathematics at the end of Key Stage Two was significantly above the national figure
  • The percentage of children achieving greater depth for Reading, Writing and Mathematics at the end of Key Stage Two was significantly above the national figure
  • The percentage of children achieving the expected level for Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined at the end of Key Stage Two was significantly above the national figure
  • The percentage of children achieving greater depth for Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined at the end of Key Stage Two was significantly above the national figure
  • VA progress data at the end of Key Stage Two for Reading, Writing and Mathematics was above the national figure
  • Full time TA is in place in every classroom
  • Over 176 pupils (85%) in the school attend one or more after school club
  • Events planned throughout the year which enrich the learning of the pupils e.g. Arts Week, International Day, Health and Well-being Week, DT Days etc
  • Attendance for 2018/2019 – 96.7%
  • 100% attendance on Y6 and Y5 residential visits
  • Pupil voice, external reports, parental questionnaires reveal that pupils are happy and feel safe at St Peter’s

 

Results for Pupil Premium Children:

 

Foundation Stage

 

Number of PP children in the cohort

 

School result

(% of PP children achieving expectation)

Provisional National Average

(% of PP children achieving expectation)

GLD

5

60%

(2 children did not achieve GLD)

N/A

 

Phonics

 

Number of PP children in the cohort

 

School result

(% of PP children achieving expectation)

Provisional National Average

(% of PP children achieving expectation)

Year 1 Phonics

0

N/A

84%

 

Key Stage One

 

Number of PP children in the cohort

School result

(% of PP children achieving expectation)

Provisional National Average

(% of PP children achieving expectation)

Reading

4

100%

N/A

Writing

4

100%

N/A

Mathematics

4

100%

N/A

Combined Reading, Writing and Mathematics

4

100%

50%

 

Key Stage Two

 

Number of PP children in the cohort

School result

(% of PP children achieving expectation)

Provisional National Average

(% of PP children achieving expectation)

Reading

3

67%

(1 child did not meet expectation)

N/A

Writing

3

67%

(1 child did not meet expectation)

N/A

SPaG

3

67%

(1 child did not meet expectation)

N/A

Mathematics

3

67%

(1 child did not meet expectation)

N/A

Combined Reading, Writing and Mathematics

3

67%

(1 child did not meet expectation)

N/A