Pupil Premium Funding and Impact 2016/2017
Pupil Premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers. The money is used in a variety of ways including whole school initiatives, subsidising enrichment activities, small group and 1 to 1 support. Schools receive £1320 for each pupil premium child. Each school may decide how best to use the funding and they are held accountable for how it has been used to support pupils from low income families.
The government use free school meals as the main measure for deprivation at pupil level and provide schools with a list of those who have been eligible for free school meals any time in the last 6 years.
Schools will also receive £1,900 for each looked-after pupil who:
- Has been looked after for 1 day or more
- Was adopted from care on or after 30 December 2005, or left care under:
– a special guardianship order
– a residence order
The LAC premium must be managed by the designated virtual school head (VSH) and used for the benefit of the looked-after child’s educational needs as described in their personal education plan.
Our aims this year are to:
- Ensure that our pupil premium children continue to achieve at better than national figures and that the gap between pupil premium and not continues to close.
- To closely monitor pupil premium children’s attainment in maths at expected in Year 5 and Year 6 and intervene where appropriate.
- To decrease the gap between pupil premium and not pupil premium at greater than expected achievement.
Pupil Premium Funding Details
2013/14 £110, 383
2014/15 £191, 733
2015/16 £207, 240
2016/17 £183, 900
Number of children entitled to pupil premium:
This is subject to update due to mobility and changes in circumstances.
|Year||Number of children in the year group||Number of children who are entitled pupil premium||Percentage of children that are entitled to pupil premium|
Impact of 2015/2016 Strategy
The progress and attainment of pupil premium children is closely monitored.
End of year results for Early Years Foundation Stage demonstrates that pupil premium children at Kilmorie continue to attain higher than all children nationally.
Phonics results in Year 1 demonstrate that pupil premium children at Kilmorie consistently attain higher than all children nationally.
The way children are assessed at the end of Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 changed in 2016 and it is difficult to compare the results from those of previous years (these are published in earlier pupil premium reports).
At the end of Key Stage 1 pupil premium children attained higher than all children nationally and in line with not pupil premium children
In past years children in receipt of pupil premium achieved in line with other children in Kilmorie at the end of Key Stage 2 at expected levels of achievement .These results are given in previous pupil premium reports. This year , in the new assessment system, pupil premium children exceeded national in all but maths (which brought down the combined results). As a result we will be closely monitoring progress and attainment of pupil premium children in maths and intervening where appropriate (please see our pupil premium plan).
Early Years Foundation Stage Results for children in receipt of pupil premium (end of Reception)
|GLD (Good level of development)||2012-2013||2013-2014||2014-2015||2015-2016|
|National GLD (all children)||52%||60%||66%||70%|
Year 1 Phonics Data
|YEAR 1 PHONICS||NATIONAL||KILMORIE|
|(PP in red)|
Key Stage 1 Results 2016
The way children are assessed at the end of Key Stage 1 changed in 2016 and it is difficult to compare the results from those of previous years (these are published in earlier pupil premium reports)
|ks1 at expected +||NATIONAL||KILMORIE||kilmoriE in RECEIPT|
|OF PUPIL PREMIUM|
Key Stage 2 Results for children in receipt of pupil premium
|KS2 AT EXPECTED +||NATIONAL||kilmorie||kilmorie in receipt|
|OF PUPIL PREMIUM|
Last year we subsidised music lessons and after school activities for children entitled to pupil premium.
The impact of targeting children and parents to ensure they take up a free weekly instrumental lesson has been that:
- 100% pupil premium children Y2 – Y6 access peripatetic music lessons compared to 45% Y2-Y6 non pupil premium.
- 31% KS2 (Y3-Y6) pp children attended choir compared to 31% non pupil premium
HOW THE MONEY IS SPENT
Every child from Y2 – Y6 is offered a free weekly instrumental lesson (or discount up to the value of a group lesson – £42.50 per term). Parents who do not respond to correspondence are informed that children will automatically be added to the instrumental lesson of the child’s choice assuming a place is available. Where applicable parents are still charged an instrument hire fee (£16 per term for violin, brass and wind instruments) but this is not a barrier – where a parent is unlikely to take up the offer if any fee is charged this is also subsidised.
All pupil premium children (R-Y6) are entitled to participate in any number of after school music clubs at the subsidised cost of £10 per term (steel pans, recorders – KS2/ African Music & Dance – KS1, full cost £40 per term) and choir at £5 per term (KS1, KS2 – normal cost £10 per term).
Targeted pupil premium children attended ‘Drum Fun’, a program intended to develop co-ordination skills and reading skills. A majority of children’s reading ages increased at an accelerated rate.
Other enrichment activities
|% ALL CHILDREN ATTENDING||% PUPIL PREMIUM CHILDREN attending|
|ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES||ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES|
|Y1 – Y6||Y1 – Y6|
Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure Plan 2016/17
Pupil Premium Statement 2015/16