Pupil Premium and Sports Legacy Funding

Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011.  Schools were allocated funding to support low-income families who were eligible for free school meals, looked after children and those from families with parents in the Armed Forces.  Sports Legacy Funding was introduced in 2013 to provide enriched sporting activities and raise the standard of sports teaching. The information below provides a summary of expenditure of these funding streams, further information and detailed breakdown of expenditure is available from the school office.

 

Summary Report on  Pupil Premium Spending 2011/2012

Number of pupils on Roll: 107

Total Number of Pupils Eligible for Pupil Premium: 6 (and 2 service children)

Amount of Pupil Premium Received per Pupil: £488 (and £200 for each of the service children)

Total Amount of Pupil Premium Received: £3,328

Nature of Support: Subsidising Residential Trips, Additional Sporting Provision, Maintaining Existing Learning Support Provision and Enriching Curriculum Provision ~ Workshops and Visitors.

 

Summary Report on Pupil Premium Spending 2012/2013

Number of pupils on Roll: 106

Total Number of Pupils Eligible for Pupil Premium: 4

Amount of Pupil Premium Received per Pupil: £962.50

Total Amount of Pupil Premium Received: £3,850

Nature of Support: Introduce Reading Enrichment Groups, Secrets of Success Learning Resource, Subsidising Residential Trips, Additional Sporting Provision and Maintaining Learning Support Provision.

 

Summary Report on Pupil Premium Spending 2013/2014

Number of pupils on Roll: 109

Total Number of Pupils Eligible for Pupil Premium: 19

Amount of Pupil Premium Received per Pupil: £950

Total Amount of Pupil Premium Received: £14,400

Nature of Support: Extended Reading Enrichment Groups, 1:1 Reading Support, Maths Extension Groups, Furniture and IT for Additional Group Working Space, Subsidising Residential Trips / Passports and Lunch Time Lego Club.

Impact of Pupil Premium: Overall pupils eligible for pupil premium have made better than expected progress during the past academic year.  Their needs are reviewed as part of our termly data review and spending adjusted according to need.

 

Summary Report on Pupil Premium Spending 2014/2015

Number of pupils on Roll: 111

Total Number of Pupils Eligible for Pupil Premium: 15

Amount of Pupil Premium Received per Pupil: £950

Total Amount of Pupil Premium Received: £23,500

Nature of Support: Extended Reading Enrichment Groups, 1:1 Reading Support, Maths Extension Groups, Furniture and IT for Additional Group Working Space, Subsidising Residential Trips / Passports and Lunch Time Lego Club.

Impact of Pupil Premium: Overall pupils eligible for pupil premium have made better than expected progress during the past academic year.  Their needs are reviewed as part of our termly data review and spending adjusted according to need.

 

Summary Report on Pupil Premium Spending 2015/2016

Number of pupils on Roll: 142

Total Number of Pupils Eligible for Pupil Premium: 19

Amount of Pupil Premium Received per Pupil: £1,300-£1,900

Total Amount of Pupil Premium Received: £29,314

Nature of Support: Appointment of Learning Support Teacher, Appointment of additional Learning Support Assistant with Extended Reading Enrichment Groups, 1:1 Reading Support, Maths Extension Groups, Social Groups, Subsidising Residential Trips, Resources for Pupil Support, Reading Books and Lunch Time Lego Club to support social interaction.

Impact of Pupil Premium: Pupil’s inclusion levels are high, Pupil Premium children are well supported, Children make  progress inline with the rest of the school.

 

Summary Report on Pupil Premium Spending 2016/2017

Number of pupils on Roll: 149

Total Number of Pupils Eligible for Pupil Premium: 23

Amount of Pupil Premium Received per Pupil: £1,300-£1,900

Total Amount of Pupil Premium Received: £42,820

Summary of Main Barriers: Some low achieving children in receipt of Pupil Premium demonstrate lower levels of achievement in basic skills (maths and English), while others also demonstrate poor social communication skills.  Therefore, the rationale for spending of pupil premium funds centre around: Increasing pupil’s attainment and engagement to learning through

Expenditure of Pupil Premium Includes: Appointment of Learning Support Teacher, Appointment of additional Learning Support Assistant with ELSA training, 1:1 Reading Support, Additional Guided Reading Groups, Maths Extension Groups, Social Groups, Subsidising Residential Trips, Resources for Pupil Support, Reading Books, Subsidising Extra-curricular Clubs and running lunch time Lego Club  and Colouring Club to support social interaction.

Impact of Pupil Premium:  The children’s needs are reviewed on a half termly basis, at the end of each half term and provision adjusted according to need.  This evaluation supports our intervention planning for the next half term and can be found in our termly data review documents and half termly provision map.

Summary Report on Pupil Premium Spending 2017/2018

Number of pupils on Roll: 151

Total Number of Pupils Eligible for Pupil Premium: 19

Amount of Pupil Premium Received per Pupil: £1,300-£1,900

Total Amount of Pupil Premium Received: £33,280

Summary of Main Barriers: Some low achieving children in receipt of Pupil Premium demonstrate lower levels of achievement in basic skills (maths and English), while others also demonstrate weaker social communication skills and emotional development.  Therefore, the rationale for spending of pupil premium funds centre around: Increasing pupil’s attainment, engagement to learning and social activities as well as emotional development.

Expenditure of Pupil Premium Includes: Appointment of Learning Support Teacher, Appointment of additional Learning Support Assistant with ELSA training, 1:1 Reading Support, Additional Guided Reading Groups, Maths Extension Groups, Social Groups, Child and Family Support Worker, Subsidising Residential Trips, Resources for Pupil Support, Reading Books, Subsidising Extra-curricular Clubs and running lunch time clubs to support social interaction.

Impact of Pupil Premium:  The children’s needs are reviewed on a half termly basis, at the end of each half term the Intervention Plan and school’s provision are adjusted according to need.  The outcomes of this then feed into our termly data review.

Summary Report on Sports Legacy Funding 2013/2014

Total Funding Received: £8,450

Nature of Expenditure: Travel Expenses to Participate in the County School Games Finals, School Games package, Resurfacing of Outdoor Area Adjacent to Playground to allow for Increased Aerobic Activity, Travel Expenses and Swimming Tuition and Sports Kits.

Impact of Funding: Children’s fitness continues to rise across the school.  Children enjoy a broad range of sports teaching and competitive events.  All staff uphold a positive approach to physical well being.

 

Summary Report on Sports Legacy Funding 2014/2015

Total Funding Received: £8,237

Nature of Expenditure: School Games Package, After School Sporting Clubs, Sports Coaching, Travel Expenses and Swimming Tuition and Sports Kits.

Impact of Funding: Children’s fitness continues to rise across the school.  Children enjoy a broad range of sports teaching and competitive events.  All staff uphold a positive approach to physical well being.

 

Summary Report on Sports Legacy Funding 2015/2016

Total Funding Received: £8,505

Nature of Expenditure: School Games Package, After School Sporting Clubs, Sports Coaching, Travel Expenses and Swimming Tuition and Sports Kits.

Impact of Funding: Children’s fitness continues to rise across the school.  Parents are inspired and have taken part in a Family Exercise Class on the school site after school, Children enjoy a broad range of sports teaching and competitive events and want greater access to tournaments.  The school is currently considering the lease of a minibus to increase accessibility, this will mean that access to sport is sustainable and maintained for the future.

 

Summary Report on Sports Legacy Funding 2016/2017

Total Funding Received: £3,558 and £5020

Nature of Expenditure: School Games Package, After School Sporting Clubs, Sports Coaching, Travel Expenses and Swimming Tuition and Sports Coaching in Sports Week.

Impact of Funding on pupil’s participation and attainment include: Children’s fitness continues to rise across the school.  Children across both KS1 and KS2 enjoy a broad range of sports teaching and competitive events and want greater access to tournaments.  The school is trailing a minibus to increase access to sports further.

Summary Report on Sports Legacy Funding 2017/2018

Total Funding Received: £3,585

Nature of Expenditure: School Games Package, After School Sporting Clubs, Sports Coaching, Travel Expenses and Swimming Tuition, Fitness Trail on the Field, Playground Markings and Sports Enrichment in Sports Week.

Impact of Funding on pupil’s participation and attainment include: Children’s fitness continues to rise across the school;  Children across both KS1 and KS2 enjoy a broad range of sports teaching and competitive events and want greater access to tournaments, in total over 85% of children have attended sporting fixtures outside of school;  The school, together with the PTFA, have also secured the lease of a minibus to increase access to sports further; Staff have been trained in the teaching of gymnastics.  All of these activities demonstrate improvement, which given the staff training and investment in a school minibus, are sustainable for the long term future.