Pupil Premium

2017/2018 Pupil Premium Spending Plan

Background

The Pupil Premium is allocated to children from low-income families who are currently known to be eligible for free school meals (FSM) in both mainstream and non-mainstream settings, children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months and children from Services families.  This also includes any pupils eligible for FSM at any point in the last six years.

Schools are free to spend their Pupil Premium as they see fit. However, we will be held to account for how we have used the additional funding to narrow the gap for these targeted pupils. We are required to publish online how we have used the premium. This is to ensure that parents and other stakeholders are made fully aware of the impact of this additional resourcing on learning and achievement outcomes within our school.

Pupil Premium

For 2017/2018 Foxfield Primary School is expected to receive  £310,199 in Pupil Premium funding for our children.

Please click here to see our Pupil Premium Strategy for 2018/17

From our analysis of pupil achievement from 2016/17 data and other self-evaluation activities, we identified that our key priorities to maximise the impact of this funding on achievement are:

 Increase the proportion of pupils’ (in receipt of Pupil Premium) who are learning at expected levels or better in reading especially in KS2

Improve the basic skills amongst pupils who receive the Pupil Premium (including spelling skills, phonic knowledge and use of basic grammar for writing) 

Ensure attendance for pupils who receive the Pupil Premium is at least in line with school percentages overall and that any gaps between Pupil Premium and non Pupil Premium is reducing. 

Pupils who are Pupil Premium and SEN are tracked and targeted with specific interventions.

Ensure that pupils receive the best possible start to their education in EYFS and that pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium achieve or exceed the good level of development

To close the gap for year 6 pupils that are in receipt of the PP fund.

Pupil Premium Gaps and Impact of analysis of spend- triangulation of teacher grade against pupil outcome

 EYFS

School 2017

 

PSED

PD

C&L

L

M

UoW

EA

GLD

NATIONAL 2016

85%

88%

82%

72%

77%

83%

86%

69%

PP

80%

89%

75%

70%

70%

65%

80%

70%

NON PP

80%

77%

72%

72%

72%

74%

82%

72%

                   

Year 2

R

 

W

 

M

R/W/M

 

Exp

GD

Exp

GD

Exp

GD

Exp

GD

National 2017

76%

25%

68%

16%

75%

21%

64%

11%

PP

79%

21%

76%

15%

85%

27%

70%

9%

NON PP

77%

34%

75%

32%

84%

30%

73%

23%

Year 6

R

 

W

 

M

 

SPAG

 

S

R/W/M

 

Exp

GD

Exp

GD

Exp

GD

Exp

GD

Exp

Exp

GD

PP

55%

 

66%

 

66%

 

59%

 

66%

52%

 

NON PP

77%

 

89%

 

95%

 

84%

 

89%

77%

 

Intended Spend

Appointment of a 2nd Deputy Head increase leadership capacity

Phase Leaders contribution

Additional teaching assistant support x 3

Learning Mentor contribution

Lead Behaviour Practitioner Contribution

Additional Midday Meals Supervisor support - extra hours

Additional Educational Psychologist support hours 

Additional Speech & Language support hours

Specialist SEN Assistants (to deliver specialist intervention 1:1 and small groups) - contribution

Occupational Therapy support (50% contribution)

Extended  school activities

Breakfast club contribution

Subsidise Fruit Club (Yrs 3-6)

Free Milk for children over 5

School Uniform

School Journey & class trips

ICT equipment

Miscellaneous resources, eg swimming kit, toiletries, clothes, bedding etc

Monitoring strategies

·       Half termly school monitoring of pupil progress data and progress review meetings

·       Progress data analysis by subject leaders

·       Termly monitoring by the Governing Body, Learning and Achievement Committee and Executive Governing Body Committee

·       Regular monitoring of attendance and persistent absence

·       Regular Team Around the Child Meetings and Pastoral Support Plan Meetings

·       Regular monitoring of pupil participation in sporting activities and after school clubs

·       Capture of pupil and parent voice linked to achievement but also linked to wider curriculum initiatives (such as sporting provision and after school provision)

·       Pupil voice interviews

·       The next review date will be July 2018

 

Pupil Premium 2016/2017

Pupil Premium 2015/2016

Pupil Premium 2014/2015

Pupil Premium 2013/2014