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Headteacher - Mrs Sally Buckton

Guiseley Primary School

Funding Reports

Pupil Premium

Pupil premium is additional funding received in the school budget from the Government. It is allocated according to the number of children in school from the following three categories:

Children who are eligible for free school meals (FSM)
Looked after children (LAC)
Armed forces children
The pupil premium is a sum of money in the school’s budget. It is allocated according to the number of children who are looked after or eligible for free school meals. It is intended to support schools to provide additional support to specific groups of children who may be underachieving. It is up to the school to decide how this is spent. It will be used by this school to address any underlying inequalities between children eligible by ensuring that funding reaches the pupils who need it the most.

PP strategy 2017 18 (1).pdf

During financial year 2016-17 school received £65,680; the money was targeted as follows:

After school and extra curriculum provision Additional reading support Attendance support Bug Club - reading support Beanstalk – reading support Dyslexia training ECaR teacher

ECaR training for key support staff, new staff and updates for existing staff. Glockenspiel Lessons/ Guitar/ Recorder lessons Nurture provision Parent support Phonics support Resources to support specific children – i.e. extra-large mice for computers, laptops and Ipads Speech and Language Therapy support Swimming lessons Transition support Transport to attend events


These strategies have contributed to the following:-

Raised levels of attendance for FSM pupils. Increased participation in Sport, especially for KS2 children. Increase in participation in Music and other activities – showing increased concentration for majority of Pupil Premium children involved.

Of the 15 Pupil Premium pupils in Year 2:

40% achieved expected or exceeding in Reading 20% achieved expected or exceeding in Writing 27% achieved expected or exceeding in Maths 30% achieved expected or exceeding in Science

For this cohort of children, many of whom have additional needs, progress was seen in many areas, including social and emotional health.

Developments: This year we are continuing to focus on reading but will also target raising attainment in writing and maths. We will continue to assess the needs of all our children and put in appropriate support. We will continue to target the funding as in previous years with the addition of:

A dedicated Pupil Premium Leader Priority on the School Development Plan Age appropriate resources targeting KS2 (Year 3 upwards)
Financial help for residential trips Funded music provision for pupils who show aptitude

Accountability: The Headteacher, Pupil Premium Leader and Leadership team will regularly and rigorously monitor, evaluate and review the strategies we have put in place for Pupil Premium and report to the Governing body in its progress and impact.

Previous Year:

During financial year 2015-16 school received £40,270; the money was targeted as follows:-

 After school and extra-curricular provision

Additional reading support

Attendance support

Bug Club - reading support

Beanstalk - reading support

Dyslexia training

ECaR teacher

ECaR training for key support staff, new staff and updates for existing staff.

Glockenspiel Lessons

Nurture provision

Parent support

Phonics Support

Resources to support specific children – i.e. extra-large mice for computers, laptops and I pads

Speech and Language Therapy support

Transition support

Transport to attend events

 

These strategies have contributed to the following:-

Raised levels of attendance for FSM pupils.

The introduction of a new curriculum and assessment without levels makes direct comparison impossible.  Pupil premium children who did not achieve expected were on the SEN register or had very poor attendance issues.

However:

attainment in reading - 71.5% achieve NE2 or above

attainment in maths - 57%  achieve NE2 or above

attainment in writing - 57% achieve NE2 or above

Improved engagement in the wider curriculum.

 

Our FSM pupils overall made more progress than national average.

They made better progress in maths, the same progress in writing and slightly less progress in reading.

Percentage of children overall passing Year 1 phonics screening check was above National average.

Increased engagement with learning and motivation.

Good end of Key Stage results, meaning children are better prepared for the next stage of their education.

 

Developments:

This year we are continuing to focus on reading but will also target raising attainment in maths.  We will continue to assess the needs of all of our children and put in appropriate support.  We will continue to target the funding as in previous years with the addition of:

age appropriate resources targeting KS2 (Year 3 upwards)

financial help for residential trips

funded music provision for pupils who show aptitude

  

Accountability:

The Head Teacher and leadership team will regularly and rigorously monitor, evaluate and review the strategies we have put in place for Pupil Premium and report to the Governing body on its progress and impact.

 

 

 

 

Sports Premium Funding 2018-2019