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Pupil Premium Report to Parents 2017-2018

 

Good level of development GLD

Pupil Premium Pupils

All pupils

National Average

PP v All (Hillbourne)

2018

66.7% 4 /6

75%

71.5

-8.3

2017

53.8

62.5

70.7

-8.7

2016

70.6

71.4

69.3

-0,8

Impact 2017-18 EYFS

 

High expectations and challenging targets were set at the beginning of the year. Only two pupils did not meet GLD one of these children had additional educational needs and made progress in line with their starting point.

 

Phonics

 

Pupil Premium Pupils

All pupils

National Average

PP V All (Hillbourne)

2018

54% 7/13

70

82.5%

-16

2017

75%

88

81%

-13

2016

86%

86%

81%

0

 

Of the 6 children who did not meet the expected standard 5 have additional special educational needs. The school have reviewed its phonics teaching and all teaching staff received training in September 2018.

 

 

KS1 SATS 2018

Total number of pupils in cohort: 53

Pupils eligible for Pupil Premium 16

Pupils not eligible 37

 

Pupil Premium Pupils

All pupils

National All Average

PP v All (Hillbourne)

Reading

53.8% (8/16)

75.5%

75.4%

-21.7

Writing

53.8% (8/16)

73.6%

69.9%

-19.8

Maths

53.8%

(8/16)

71.7%

76.1%

-17.9

Combined RWM

53.8%

(8/16)

71.7%

65.3%

-17.9

 

High expectations were set at the beginning of the year for Pupil premium children and 4 children achieved GDS in reading, 3 in maths and 1 in writing. All the children included in daily reading interventions, Literacy Catch up intervention and maths booster groups made progress but this was insufficient to meet the expected standard.

 

KS2 SATS 2018

Total number of pupils in cohort:38

Pupils eligible for Pupil Premium: 13

Pupils not eligible: 25

 

 

Pupil Premium Pupils

All pupils

National All

Average

PP V All (Hillbourne)

Reading

62% (8/13)

73.7

75.3

-11.7

Writing

31% (4/13)

68.4

78.3

-37.4

Maths

38% (5/13)

71.1

75.6

-33.1

Combined RWM

23% (3/13)

57.9

64.4

-34.9

 

Pupil Premium attainment at the end of Key Stage 2 is below both the schools all pupils and other pupils nationally in reading, writing and maths. 5 of the 13 children had additional special educational needs. Mentoring and reading intervention made a positive impact resulting in Reading progress of +0.1

 

 

Pupil Premium Provision 2018-19

Pupils on Roll

 

274

Numbers eligible PPG

79

Percentage eligible PPG

29%

Total amount received PPG

£104,280

 

Main Priorities for 2018-19

  • The focus for Pupil Premium spending this academic year is on Quality First Teaching. The school will continue to develop and embed its work in the research project to maximise the use of teaching assistants in the classroom. Work will also continue on the Metacognition research with a focus on developing pupils’ resilience and understanding of how we learn. The school will focus on interventions that are proven to have impact. All TA’s to receive training in delivering these. The cornerstones Curriculum will continue to be developed to ensure a more creative curriculum, increasing pupil’s engagement in their learning.

     

  • Every child a fluent reader by the end of year 3. Focus on daily reading for children who are not reading at home. Reading intervention for children requiring additional support. Daily reading of a class book to ensure all children are hearing quality literature read to them by a fluent reader.

     

  • Prioritise social emotional and behavioural needs to ensure pupils are ready to learn. We will fund a breakfast club for identified children. Teaching assistants have been trained in delivering Talkabout intervention to raise pupil’s self-esteem and social skills. Staff also received training in Attachment Awareness. The Pastoral worker will continue to work fulltime and run a variety of groups, draw and talk and 1:1 meetings as needed. HLTA to run ELSA groups.

     

  • Enriching the lives of pupils by ensuring regular visitors to school and educational opportunities off site. Provide after school clubs free of charge. Provide Cool milk and free school meals in KS2. Fair-share will continue to support families. Heavily discounted swimming lessons provided by The Junction are offered to disadvantaged pupils. The school is also increasing the opportunities for KS2 children to engage in competitive sports activities with other schools.

     

  • Half termly pupil progress meetings to focus on vulnerable learners

     

  • To build supportive relationships with parents and carers. Attendance at parents evenings encouraged. Curriculum workshops to increase parents’ knowledge and understanding.

     

Provision available for Pupil Premium children 2018-19

  • Emotional Literacy Support-ELSA

  • Wellcomm speech and language assessment –EYFS

  • Elklan Training -Speech and language

  • Pastoral Support Worker trained in Mental Health First Aid, Draw and Talk,

  • Catch up maths interventions

  • Catch up literacy Intervention

  • Teacher led interventions

  • Class based interventions

  • Subsidised educational visits

  • Subsidised Breakfast and Tea time club

  • Subsidised school enhanced learning opportunities- theatre visits, workshops

  • Provision of Fair-share

  • Provision of Cool milk

  • Hot school meals KS2

  • Employment of additional Lunchtime assistants

  • Sports coaches

  • Play equipment for lunchtimes

  • Trained playtime buddies

  • Sports Ambassadors

  • School uniform and equipment

  • Discounted swimming lessons outside school hours

     

For further details, please see the school’s Pupil Premium Strategy Statement

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