Pupil Premium 2014-2015

In 2011-2012 The Government launched the Pupil Premium Funding.

 

Funding is allocated in 3 categories:

1.  Free School Meal Children

2.  Looked After Children

3.  Children from Service families

 

The money is provided to ensure pupils reach their full potential both academically and socially.

 

In 2014-2015 Moorside Infant School received £17,700. Funding is being spent in the following way:

 

Funding spent on:

Purpose/aim

cost

Additional TA hours, 2 hours each class per week.

Identifying needs and providing support for Vulnerable children

£6,000

Y2 interventions, 1 hour per week.

Specific 1:2 Reading intervention addressing children’s needs and enhancing progress (spring term)

£ 900

Additional learning support materials.

 

To support children’s understanding and development. To ensure different learning styles are supported.

£1,500

Home/School link worker.

Support for families and children including FSM, LAC and Service families.

£1,000

Curriculum enhancement, theatre groups, workshops, trips.

To broaden experiences.

£1,000

Busy Bees Nurture groups

3x afternoon per week

1x morning

Additional resources (equipment and for the room)

 

 

To provide specific emotional input to enhance children’s well-being or to provide literacy and numeracy support for all pupil premium children.

£4,500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Staff release time to monitor impact and liaise between staff.

Ensure that provision is closely matched to children’s needs and leads to improved outcomes.

£4,000

 

Total

£18,900

2014-2015

FSM= 11,  Service children = 5,  LAC = 0

 

2015   Impact of additional support in Y2

11.4% of the cohort were eligible for FSM (4/35)   APS of FSM = 15.0       APS of non FSM = 16.5 

   

Boys APS = 15.9   ¾ FSM children were boys and APS gap is closer to the boys score. Progress from starting points is better than expected. All 4 FSM reached expected level in all areas except 1 boy in writing. FSM APS this year up from 14.2 last year to 15.0 (Compare to Nat data when available).

 

5.7% cohort were supported by service funding and made better than expected progress in all areas and attained in line with end of Y2 expectations.

 

Y1 PP 1 child made accelerated progress to catch up with peers and just reached into end of year expectations.

 

FS: PP children reaching GLD = 45.4% non PP GLD =53.8% Gap closing from starting points due to additional support.

 

Increased confidence, social and emotional skills and well-being noted in all PP children. See SE file for details.