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Church Hill Infant School

Pupil Premium 2014-15

Pupil Premium Expenditure

  • Total amount allocated for 2014/15 - £52,000     
  • Based on January 14 - 40 census Forever 6 children on role

Strategy

Expected Impact

Cost

CPD to  improve Quality First Teaching (Big Write/ Numicon /SEN)

Ensure Quality First Teaching provides personalised learning opportunities for pupils

 

Underachievement and catch up on identified areas or learning

 

All children make at least expected progress with many making better than expected progress

 

All pupils meet attainment expectations for their year

 

Higher standards of work in books

 

More children able to apply basic Math and Reading skills

£4,952

Reading Eggs – online reading programme

£1,388

Project X – Underachieving readers - Boys (Afterschool club x 3 afternoons/ 2 LSAs)

See TA Time

One to one extra reading  - Girls (LSA x 5 Lunchtimes)

See TA Time

Maths Intervention (Numicon) - LSA x 3 afternoons (Underachievers) Beginning Jan 14

See TA Time

Social Communication/ Speech and Language groups –  run by LSA

£ 8,204

Qualified Speech and Language Specialist

£ 10,680

Quality first teaching and personalisation within the classroom (At least 25% TA Time)

£  21,806

 

 

Specialist SEN provision & training

£2,658

Curriculum Enhancement

Expected Impact

Cost

Subsidised Uniform package

Enhanced positive attitudes to learning

Enhanced curriculum provision and access to experiential learning

Positive Parental Engagement and opportunities to apply learning skills at home

Deeper awareness of learning expectations

 

£226

Curriculum Enhancement (Trips / Visitors)/General financial assistance

£2,801

IPAD's for Parental engagement & promoting reading / small group work./ Parental engagement APP

£2,608

Milk for FSM Children


 

£371

Total Expenditure

£55,694

 Year on Year Impact /Attainment of Pupil Premium Pupils

End of KS1 and other Statutory Tests

Actual Impact 2013 - 2014

Actual Impact 2014 – 2015

Reading

End of KS1

2c+ 78%

2b+ 78%

2a   39%

L3   1.5%

Average Point Score 14.8

2c+ 88%       15/17

2b+ 82%       14/17

2a+ 59%      10/17

L3   24%       4/17

Average Point Score 16.4

Writing End of KS1

83% 2c+   15/18

55% 2b+   11/18

22% 2a+   4/18

11%  L3     2/18

Average Point Score 14.2

88% 2c+   15/17

53% 2b+   9/17

18% 2a+   3/17

6%   L3      1/17

Average Point Score 14.3

Maths

End of KS1

88% 2c+ 16/18

72% 2b+ 13/18

50% 2a+ 9/18

22% L3 4/18

Average Point Score 15.4

100% 2c+ 17/17

88% 2b+ 15/17

71% 2a+ 12/17

29% L3 5/17

Average Point Score 16.8

Phonics Screening Year 2

55%  6/11

80%       8/10

EYFS  Profile

Good level of development/

Supporting Level of Development

53

34.4

55.2

35.6

Success

  • Year on Year improvements for Pupil Premium Children in most areas.
  • The quality of teaching and Learning in Reading and Maths has improved significantly
  • Significant improvement in Reading (88% 2c+) and Maths (100 2c+)
  • More Pupils Premium pupils end KS1 achieving a higher level in Reading (50% 2a+) and Maths (71% 2A+) compared to the previous Year
  • Greater proportions of children passed the phonics retake compared to last year (55%/ 80%)
  • There is no gap between Pupil Premium Pupils and Non Pupil Premium Pupils achieving a Good Level of Development at the end of Foundations Stage

Development Points for Next year

  • Although in line with National trends, the school will have an increased focus on improving standards of writing.
  • Continue building on strengths mentioned above.