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Pupil Premium Funding

What is Pupil Premium
• The pupil premium is funding additional to main school funding to address the current underlying inequalities between vulnerable groups of children and their peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.
• The Pupil Premium is allocated to schools and it is for schools to decide how the funding will be spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility.
Children who are eligible include:
• Pupils who have been registered for Free School Meals (FSM) at any point in the last six years
• Children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months and Children who have been Adopted from Care.

 At Alanbrooke School:

• We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all the pupils.
• We ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to vulnerable groups, this includes ensuring that the needs of socially disadvantaged pupils are adequately assessed and addressed.
• Pupil premium funding will be allocated following a needs analysis, which will identify priority groups or individuals.
• We also recognise that not all pupils who are socially disadvantaged are registered or qualify for free school meals. We reserve the right to allocate the Pupil Premium funding to support any pupil or groups of pupils the school has legitimately identified as being socially disadvantaged. Any group will be made up of FSM children and non FSM children, where their needs are similar, or where meeting their needs helps to create a learning environment more conducive to success for all.

 

In 2017-2018

The number of disadvantaged pupils was below National average (0 pupils), not allowing us to publish data.

 

 

 In 2016-2017

The number of disadvantaged pupils was below National average (0 pupils), not allowing us to publish data.

 

In 2015-2016

The number of disadvantaged pupils was below National average (0 pupils), not allowing us to publish data.

 

Service Premium

As Alanbrooke Community Primary School predominately serves families who live near the Army Camp, most of the Pupil Premium Grant is the Service Provision.


 Principles 
• Schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium as they see fit. However they will be held accountable for how they have used the additional funding to support pupils.
• New measures will be included in the performance tables that will capture the achievement of those vulnerable groups of  pupils covered by the Service Premium.
• Since September 2012, schools have been required to publish online information about how they have used the Premium. This ensures that parents and others are made fully aware of the attainment of pupils covered by the Premium.
• To close the achievement gap by ensuring that any pupil at risk of underachieving are identified early and support and intervention is provided for those pupils.

 At Alanbrooke School

We take pride in ...

  • Providing small group work with an experienced teaching assistant focussed on overcoming gaps in learning.
  • Facilitating additional teaching and learning opportunities provided through trained TAs, external agencies or wider educational opportunities.
  • Acquiring effective materials aimed at raising standards, particularly in reading and mathematics. (Reading books, Read Write Inc, Maths resources).
  • All our work through the pupil premium will be aimed at moving children to at least age related expectations. Initially this may be through targeted literacy and numeracy support or initiatives to promote children’s engagement in learning, including nurture groups (ELSA, Socially Speaking).

 

Our Service Pupil Premium Spending for 2017-2018

Allocation is £17,340

Closing the Gap strategy

Predicted Expenditure

Aims

Impact

ATA time devoted to support for children through ELSA

 £1800

Support children through nurture groups, when they need it most, to ensure they make the most of every second in school.

9 pupils (5 girls and 4boys) have accessed  ELSA support 1x weekly at different points through the year (6x Rec/KS1 and 3x KS2).   3 pupils have made sufficient progress to finish formal support.

ATA support for interventions in phonics,  comprehension, grammar at KS1  

 £8000

Support for children to prepare for end of year expectations.

RWInc intervention in place for all KS1 pupils and some lower KS2 needing catch up. 87% of Y1 pupils and no Y2 pupils passed the Phonics Screening Check.

Reading Champions and mascots

£200

To give incentives to pupils for reading for fun.

Pupils have enjoyed taking the mascots home to share books. |It has been another good way of contacting parents.

Success@Arithmetic intervention at KS2 – training for TA

  No cost this year

To narrow the gap for children joining school at varying points through the year

3 pupils Y3/4 accessing 2x weekly intervention. 100% of pupils making progress with the programme, although the skills are not yet being consistently applied in class lessons to show good progress. Further ‘catch-up’ work with these pupils will continue in September 2017.

GTA supporting pupil transition

£1250

Ensuring pupils settle quickly into school routines and friendships

Transition programme in place for leavers and all new pupils and families. All pupils fully integrated in to school routines quickly and Baseline assessments made in week 1. Transitions to and from Secondary school for Y5 pupils and new starters.

Support to fund school trips, visitors and visits

 £3090

Ensure Educational Visits and visitors are financially viable for families and build on and broaden experiences of children.

3 class visits: 3x author visits in school, Crucial Crew (Year 6) Eggs to Chicks in school, Talon Falconry visit to school, Muslim faith visitor, York Railway Museum trip, Magic Lantern project visited, Drax Power Station trip, Thirsk Town trip, Sowerby Music visiting musicians, Young Voices Choir trip.

Subsidised swimming lessons and transport weekly. Pupils all making good progress in swimming.

Extra GTA Support during Breakfast/After School clubs

 £3000

To support working families and give access to clubs and wrap-around care for all children

Breakfast Club is running with approx. 12 pupils daily and After School Club numbers are  around 6 pupils

 

 

 

Our Service Premium Spending 2016-2017

Our Service Pupil Premium allocation for 2016-17 will be £14,100

As this affects 95% of our pupils, measures are in place for whole school inclusive provision to impact on all pupils in attendance.

 

Closing the Gap strategy

Predicted Expenditure

Aims

ATA time devoted to support for children through ELSA

 £1800

Support children through nurture groups, when they need it most, to ensure they make the most of every second in school.

ATA support for interventions in phonics,  reading, spelling at KS1  

 £7746

Support for children to prepare for end of year expectations.

Success@arithmetic intervention at KS2 – training for TA

£675

To narrow the gap for children joining school at varying points through the year

GTA supporting pupil transition

£1063

Ensuring pupils settle quickly into school routines and friendships

Fund school trips, visitors and visits (including MKC events)

 £1655

Ensure Educational Visits and visitors are financially viable for families and build on and broaden experiences of children.

Extra GTA Support during Breakfast/After School clubs

 £1161

To support working families and give access to clubs and wrap-around care for all children

 

Our Service Premium Spending 2015-16

Our Pupil Premium Allocation for 2015-16 will be £15,720 .

As this affects 96% of our pupils, measures are in place for whole school inclusive provision to impact on all pupils in attendance.

Closing the Gap strategy

Predicted Expenditure

Aims

 

 

 

ATA time devoted to support for children through ELSA

 £1800

Support children through nurture groups, when they need it most to ensure they make the most of every second in school.

ATA support for interventions in phonics,  comprehension, grammar at KS1  

 £7746

Support for children to prepare for end of key stage tests.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Extra Curricular Activities/ After School Clubs

 £4450

Allow children to access all extra-curricular activities.

Fund school trips and visits

 £563

Ensure Educational Visits are financially viable for families and build on experiences of children.

Extra ATA Support during Breakfast/After School clubs

 £1161

To support working families and give access to clubs for all children

Our projected spend will be: £15,720 .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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