Childeric Primary School

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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Funding

Our aim is that every child at Childeric makes good or outstanding progress and attainment is at least in line with national attainment. Our pupil premium funding is used to support specific groups of pupils who are vulnerable to underachievement. These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals, those looked after by the local authority and the children of armed service personnel. The funding helps us to ensure that these pupils attain as highly as other groups of children.

Every school must report on how pupil premium funding (PPF) is spent and its effectiveness.

 

Schools are given pupil premium funding of £1,320 per pupil to be spent on educational provision within the school.

 

2016/2017 = 200 children @ £1,320 per child = £264,000

2017/2018 = 172 children @£1,320 per child = £227,040

2018/2019 = 166 children @ £1,320 per child = £219,120

2019/2020 = 155 children @ £1,320 per child = £204,600

 

 

2016/2017

2017/2018

2018/2019

2019/2020

Intervention Programmes

£ 70,000

£ 65,751

£66,641

£56,000

Speech and Language Therapist

£   5,978

£   5,978

£5,978

    £5,900

Additional Teaching Assistant support

£ 80,000

£ 65,523

£70,540

£66,900

LEARN Workshops

£      500

£      750

£750

£800

After School Clubs

£   5,000

£   6,000

£4,000

    £4,000

Community Worker

 £  21,273

£ 21,653

£22,029

£22,000

Learning Mentors / Pastoral Support Manager

£  36,870

£ 36,415

£23,003

£23,000

Place 2 Be and Place 2 Talk

£  26,266

£   8,755

N/A

N/A

Boys Development Project

£    5,700

£   1,900

N/A

N/A

School Journey

£    3,932

£   4,328

£3,000

    £3,000

School Trips

£    2,481

£   3,000

£3,000

    £3,000

Play Leaders

N/A

N/A

£12,907

£12,000

Breakfast Club

£    6,000

£   6,987

£7,272

£8,000

Total Pupil Premium Funding Spend

  £264,000

£227,040

£219,120

£204,600

 

 

IMPACT

National data and school data show that over the last 4 years pupils eligible for pupil premium have made better progress than pupils nationally. Attainment has been broadly in line with national expectations in Reading, Writing and Maths.

 

 

Childeric Primary School

 

EYFS             

Percentage of children achieving a Good Level of Development (GLD)*

 

18

19

 

All

PP

All

PP

Overall GLD

68%

69%

68%

67%

*Areas considered are: Self-Confidence & Self-Awareness, Making Relationships, Managing Feelings & Behaviour, Health & Self-Care, Moving and Handling, Listening & Attention, Speaking, Understanding, Reading, Writing, Numbers, Shape, Space & Measure

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check

Percentage of children achieving the expected standard

 

18

19

 

All

PP

All

PP

Y1

80%

62%

75%

67%

 

Key Stage 1

 

Percentage of children achieving the expected standard

 

 

18

19

 

All

PP     

All

PP

Reading, Writing & Maths Combined

67%

44%

67%

48%

Reading

72%

44%

75%

62%

Writing

71%

44%

68%

48%

Maths

79%

63%

73%

52%

 

Key Stage 2

Percentage of children achieving the expected standard

 

18

19

National

 

All

PP

All

PP

All

Reading, Writing & Maths Combined

72%

66%

65%

65%

65%

Reading

86%

86%

65%

65%

73%

Writing (TA)

74%

70%

77%

76%

78%

Maths

77%

73%

87%

86%

79%

English Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

82%

80%

87%

86%

78%

 

Percentage of children achieving the high level of attainment (provisional, 110+)

 

18

19

 

All

PP

All

PP

Reading, Writing & Maths Combined

9%

11%

6%

3%

Reading

33%

37%

17%

14%

Writing

18%

20%

11%

3%

Maths

32%

26%

30%

21%

English Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

46%

49%

43%

41%

 

Progress Score

 

 

Confidence interval

Average progress  in Reading

-0.8

(-2.6 to  1.0)

Average progress  in Writing

0.6

(-1.1 to 2.2)

Average progress  in Maths

2.5

(0.9 to 4.0)

 

 

 

We have given more detail about how we spend the pupil premium below

 

Intervention Programmes

Numicon                                                Targeted small groups to raise attainment in Mathematics.

Reading Support                                   Targeted support for children who are reading below national expectation.

UKS2 Intervention Teacher                 Works with small groups to raise attainment. Provides challenge for our higher attaining

                                                             children, allowing more children to gain a higher standard of achievement.

EAL Teacher                                        Supports all new arrivals and pupils with EAL.

1-2-1 support                                        Individual tuition in Year 6.

Booster Classes Easter Holidays         4 days of intensive teaching for identified pupils in year 6.

 

Additional Teaching Assistants

Teaching Assistants deliver intervention programmes and work with pupils in the classroom in order to accelerate progress.

 

Speech and Language Therapist

The school has employed a speech and language therapist to work with children with Speech and Language difficulties. Childeric receives half a day a week of support.

 

LEARN Workshops

These workshops are run throughout the year to show parents how they can support their children’s learning. We also provide the parents with valuable resources to continue to support their children’s learning at home.

 

After School Clubs

The school offers after school clubs from Year 2 - Year 6 to give the children an opportunity to try new subjects and gain new skills. Pupils with a particular ability or interest in a subject are encouraged to attend. This also increases the children’s self-esteem and improves social-skills.

 

Community Worker

Our Community Worker supports our families and children in a variety of ways. She communicates our high expectations to parents by ensuring that children wear school uniform and works with the Attendance Manager to encourage good attendance and punctuality. She organises workshops which have included Parenting Skills, Improving English and ICT. Our Community Worker also organises social events and fund raising activities, supports the secondary transfer process and supports vulnerable families. She supports parents with issues such as housing, immigration and benefits by signposting them to relevant agencies.

 

Pastoral Support Manager

Our Pastoral Support Manager oversees the pastoral needs of our pupils.  He works closely with individuals and groups. He supports children to enable them to manage their behaviour in the classroom and make progress with their learning.  He also arranges social events to encourage parents to work with the school. He leads the work of the Year 6 Ambassadors.

 

School Journey

Our year 6 children are given the opportunity to attend a week’s residential school journey at The Arethusa Centre in Rochester. This is the first time that many children have been away from home. We use our pupil premium, to pay for coaches, supply cover and consumables to keep the cost as low as possible to enable more children to attend.

 

School Trips

Pupil Premium funding allows us to give our children a broad and balanced curriculum with visits to relevant places of interest linked to our thematic curriculum. This means that if a child attends Childeric from Nursery to Year 6 they will have had the opportunity to visit London parks, museums, Art galleries, outdoor environmental centres,, London Zoo,  the beach, a pantomime in a London theatre, ice skating and a musical in the West End to name a few.

 

Breakfast Club

We operate a breakfast club to make sure that all children who want a breakfast can access it at a subsidised rate.

 

Play Leaders

We employ three play leaders who provide a range of activities for children to enjoy at playtimes. These co-operative and competitive activities help to improve social skills, increase confidence and raise self-esteem.