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Stanley St Peter's Church of England

Voluntary Controlled Primary School

Friendship, Forgiveness, Courage and Perseverance

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Stanley St Peter's Church of England

Voluntary Controlled Primary School

Friendship, Forgiveness, Courage and Perseverance

Pupil Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

Pupil Premium Strategy for 2017/18

  1. Desired outcomes

 

Desired outcomes and how they will be measured

Success criteria

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For children eligible for pupil premium to demonstrate high aspirations for their learning

1:1 meetings with their key worker/ learning mentor to result in positive outcomes for those allocated to a social development group or those who are allocated to key worker or learning mentor for their target checks. For children to experience a range of cultural visits and to take part in aspiration raising activities in school and externally

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For children eligible for pupil premium to attain in line with non pupil premium - which may require accelerated progress

For accelerated progress to lead to high attainment in line with children not eligible for pupil premium and at least as high as pupil premium nationally

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For children eligible for pupil premium to attain in reading, writing and maths equally

For the three subjects to attain equally highly and for accelerated progress in writing to bring it in line with the other subjects

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For the behaviour report to evidence that being eligible for pupil premium does not lead to poor behaviour outcomes

Top 5 children in behaviour sanctions are not eligible for pupil premium

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For attendance for those eligible for pupil premium to be in line with non pupil premium and to be at least at national overall

Attendance outcomes to be at nationally expected levels and for there to be no difference between pupil premium and non pupil premium

  1. Review of expenditure

Previous Academic Year

2016/17

  1. Quality of teaching for all

Desired outcome

Chosen action/approach

Estimated impact: Did you meet the success criteria? Include impact on pupils not eligible for PP, if appropriate.

Lessons learned

(and whether you will continue with this approach)

Cost

For all children eligible for pupil premium to experience interventions designed to improve their outcomes by the end of the academic year

Pupil premium programme includes subject boosters and additional 1:1 interventions where required

All year groups were able to implement some of the pupil premium programme, those who were further behind received additional interventions

 

Quality first teaching for inclusion improved as the year progressed, resulting in better outcomes for children with pupil premium

Need to personalise the pupil premium programme so that it relates more directly to precisely what individual children need in terms of interventions and additional input related to subject progress

See attached 2016/17 provision plan and impact report

  1. Targeted support

Desired outcome

Chosen action/approach

Estimated impact: Did you meet the success criteria? Include impact on pupils not eligible for PP, if appropriate.

Lessons learned

(and whether you will continue with this approach)

Cost

All children eligible for pupil premium receive a social/ emotional development intervention with the learning mentor

Pupil premium programme includes social/ emotional group support or 1:1 as needed

All children eligible for pupil premium were allocated to a group at the beginning of the year which was run by the learning mentor. As children progressed through the group and did not require it any more then the groups were reduced.

Rather than groups for all children eligible for pupil premium we will be doing a combination of groups for those who need it and individual 1:1 'catch up' sessions half termly with the learning mentor for those who do not require the intervention

See attached 2016/17 provision plan and impact report

  1. Other approaches

Desired outcome

Chosen action/approach

Estimated impact: Did you meet the success criteria? Include impact on pupils not eligible for PP, if appropriate.

Lessons learned

(and whether you will continue with this approach)

Cost

For the new learning, teaching and assessment policy to be embedded and making a difference to pupil premium outcomes

 

 

Staff development sessions

Drop ins

Learning walks

Formal observations

As the year progressed, the outcomes for children eligible for pupil premium improved

Further input is required for some teachers, particularly those where the class has complex needs and a high proportion of children eligible for pupil premium

Induction of new staff to include pupil premium strategies that have been proved to work

See attached 2016/17 provision plan and impact report

For more children eligible for pupil premium to take up extra curricular activities

Started running clubs at lunchtime to include more children

Some success, but more work is needed to include a wider range of activities and encourage a greater uptake

Children with pupil premium were targetted, but this needs to respond more with their interests in addition to sports clubs

See attached 2016/17 provision plan

and impact report

Early Years development

Invested in equipment for EY and additional training to improve practice overall

Overall GLD was 63.8% which was an improvement of 16.8%.

We need to continue to development of EY practice to include effective working across Nursery and Reception as a Foundation Stage unit and to improve individual outcomes for children eligible for pupil premium

See attached 2016/17 provision plan and impact report

Aspiration raising

To supplement trips and visitors where appropriate

 

 

Development of a children's leadership team

 

 

There have not been sufficient visits and visitors this academic year - where they have happened, children with pupil premium have been supplemented where appropriate

 

Interviews ensured that the process was fair and the majority of children eligible for pupil premium had a role on the children's leadership team

We need a more systematic approach to aspiration raising, perhaps with the inclusion of the Children's University and the Archbishop's Award

 

 

Continue with children's leadership team but also develop further roles such as sports leaders, who can help at events

See attached 2016/17 provision plan and impact report

Department for Education

Articles and advice for children and young people.

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