Pupil Premium 2015-16
Summary of PPG spending 2015-16
Objectives in spending PPG:
The objective of the PPG is to close the progress gap between children receiving PPG and others to no more than 10%.
- Provision to raise achievement across the curriculum with particular focus in Maths and English
- To facilitate rapid progress in Reading for children in KS1 entitled to Pupil Premium funding
- Providing social and emotional support to improve attendance and behaviour
- Enhanced/improved enrichment provision– trips, activities, extra curriculum activities and support for providing school uniform, materials e.t.c.
- Early intervention
- Small group work to enhance use of assessment for learning to close the gap
Summary of Spending and support:
- Pastoral Support Manager providing training and support to teachers, support staff and pupils to raise achievement for children in vulnerable groups.
- Nurture Group team
- Targeted resources for individuals in different year groups.
- Funding to allow full-time Family Support Leader to minimise barriers to learning.
- Use of “Reading Doctor” reading recovery style intervention for KS1
- Overall, using a steps progress measure based on the internal achievement tracking system, on average pupil premium children made more progress than non-pupil premium within the school.
- Children within Reception made accelerated progress and closed the achievement gap rapidly.
- At the end of KS1 Pupil Premium children had make exceptional rates of progress compared against national expectations in all subjects from all starting points. This was shown in Reading, a targeted area of gain for the schol.
- Across KS2 within all year groups Pupil Premium out achieved non-Pupil Premium children in terms of progress, on average, for all subjects.
- Children within the KS2 Nurture Group made accelerated rates of progress.
- Family Support Leader facilitated 31 CAFs allowing support, assessment and intervention to take place.