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Funding Information

Pupil Premium Statement

Pupil Premium funding 2016-2017

 

PE and Sport Premium 2015-2016

PE and Sport Premium 2016 – 2017

Chorley School Sports Partnership Overview 2016-2017

 

Pupil Premium and Additional Funding for Children

2016 to 2017:

Funding & Expenditure

From 2016 to 2017 we received £19,500 for pupil premium. The targeted intervention was wider ranging in type for the current year than in previous years. Whilst actions were already in place, the school leadership team varied the exact spending during the year to tally closely with the varying needs of these children. The following support was given:

  • Extra time with teaching assistants
  • Additional, individually tailored work in core skills work, including spelling, writing, reading and mathematics
  • Assistance in funding for extra-curricular opportunities or resources
  • Supplementary breakfast /toast
  • Access to nurture sessions and/or a school counsellor
  • Assessments to further support socially or educationally
  • Occupational therapy
  • Educational Psychologist assessments
  • INSET for all teachers and teaching assistants – accessed through Caritas Care and Adoption Matters
  • R.A.M.P. (Reducing Anxiety Management Plan) through Caritas Care / Adoption Matters

In addition to the financial expenditure on staffing and resources for these children, Miss Lewis (the school assessment coordinator) keeps a close eye on tracking and progress of these children as they move through school. Their progress is highlighted during termly Pupil Progress Meetings which in turn is reported to the Governing Body (Mrs Edge is the designated governor for children who receive pupil premium / additional funding).

 

Impact

Internal and external assessment data for the school year 2016 to 2017 shows that, on average, 89% made the ‘expected progress’ for their age related expectations in English and maths. All children made progress in all areas.

EVALUATION OF IMPACT

9 pupils, including CLA

Subject                 below           expected /in line or above age

Reading   

Progress                11%    (1)               89%

Age-Related          11%    (1)               89%

Writing

Progress                11%    (1)               89%

Age-Related           11%    (1)               89%

Maths             

Progress                11%    (1)               89%

Age-Related           11%    (1)               89%

 

2017 to 2018:

Funding & Expenditure

From 2017 to 2018 we will receive £12,020 for pupil premium. We will be continuing many of the programmes and support systems which were used in the previous year. These include:

  • Tailored intervention programmes in spelling, writing, reading and mathematics
  • Social interaction groups
  • Additional support staff working with children
  • 1:1 support

The main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at our school vary. This may be due to specific needs of the child and/or family. These needs may be historic and have now changed. We will measure the impact of the pupil premium by looking at the whole child, which will include data, attendance, attitude to learning, behaviour, home support, etc. The next review of the school’s pupil premium strategy will be Summer 2018.