Heighington CE Primary and Bishopton Redmarshall C of E School

Heighington CE Primary

Heighington CE Primary School and Bishopton Redmarshall CE Primary School
"Life in all its fullness" (John 10:10)

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Pupil Premium Strategy: 2016/17 review and 2017/18 plan

 


Life in all its fullness


Bishopton Redmarshall CE Primary School

For the full Pupil Premium Strategy document 2016/17 please click here

For the full BrandH Pupil Premium Policy please click here.

Pupil Premium Strategy for 2017-218

The Academy celebrates each person’s individuality, their achievements and their passions. It caters for the whole child, challenges each and every child’s thinking whilst developing an insatiable desire to enquire. A nurturing and vibrant environment necessitates the very best teaching to equip the children with the enduring skills needed to be a life-long learner. There will be a greater emphasis on children’s accountability to themselves, each other and adults; accepting that spiritual, social and emotional needs will need guidance from informed and empathetic adults. Children will increasingly control the curriculum content through their interests, local, national or international events. They will be taught how to safely access and critically examine the information using traditional sources and every available form of technology. Successful, enthused learners will be equipped to explore and experience the wider world as part of their journey to adulthood and beyond.

Our School’s Vision Statement

At Bishopton Redmarshall Church of England Primary School, we are wholly committed to removing barriers to each and every child’s learning and progress. Our priority is to support our disadvantaged pupils in order to achieve the best they can and to diminish the difference in attainment and progress between themselves and the non-disadvantaged. We do not confuse eligibility for the Pupil Premium with low ability; all of our children are God’s children and each one deserves the very best education, experiences and support in order to achieve their full potential regardless of their backgrounds and needs. The Pupil premium is allocated to schools for disadvantaged children who are known to be eligible for Free School Meals [FSM] at any time during the previous six years and to children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months. There is also separate Pupil Premium support for children whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces.

Schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium as they see fit, but are held accountable for how they have used the additional funding to support eligible pupils. Schools are required to publish this information online.

BARRIERS TO LEARNING FOR DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN

Every child is unique. Consequently, there can be many barriers to learning for our disadvantaged children at Bishopton Redmarshall. These include:-

 Social, emotional and behavioural problems

 Poor attendance

 Lack of parental engagement

Our priority is to identify and remove these barriers in order to make a difference to every child’s education in terms of attainment, progress, achievement and wellbeing enabling them to perform and achieve the same as their non-disadvantaged peers. Therefore we use Pupil Premium funding to support pupils learning and progress in the classroom through a number of strategies which are detailed later in this document. We also aim to ensure that there are no financial or social barriers to a child’s full participation in school life. In order to achieve this, part of our Pupil Premium funding is spent to ensure our children have the best possible opportunities to be successful and to experience meaningful, memorable and enriching experiences. All of our children are ‘potentially wonderful’.

Individual Barriers to Learning are identified for all children who receive Pupil Premium funding and their progress is meticulously tracked throughout the school year.

OUR AIMS  Raising achievement - we want all children to achieve success and we aim to make a difference for our Pupil Premium pupils.
         
 Excellence and equity - we want to provide opportunities to ensure all pupils succeed.

OUR STRATEGIES FOR THIS YEAR

 To provide quality first teaching in order to continue improving the attainment and successes of all children and to close the gap between groups.

 To continue to provide enriching experiences including day trips, residential visits and events in school which children would not otherwise access.

 To work closely with vulnerable disadvantaged children and their families by further developing parental engagement and offering appropriate and effective support.

 To continue to improve our attendance figures.

 To use funding to provide bespoke support for each child.


IMPACT

We will measure the impact of Pupil Premium Funding in the following ways:

 Updates on progress and monitoring of our Pupil Premium Strategy will be discussed at Bishopton Redmarshall CE Primary School Academy Council meeting each half-term. Governors will have regular opportunities to review and evaluate the impact of the Pupil Premium strategy.

 The Head of School and Deputy Head Teacher will review the individual barriers for learning for each child receiving Pupil Premium funding every six weeks at our pupil progress meetings with the class teachers and will then adapt strategies for individual children if required.

 The Head of School and Deputy Head Teacher will rigorously monitor, discuss and assess every child’s progress [including those receiving Pupil Premium funding] every six weeks at our pupil progress meetings.

 The Head of School and Deputy Head Teacher will track the progress of our disadvantaged pupils by analysing our in-house data at the end of each term and further strategies/interventions will be put into place as required.

 Regular Learning conversations with individual children receiving Pupil Premium to discuss their wellbeing and learning in school.

 Outcomes at the end of Early Years, KS1 and KS2 will be evaluated and future areas for development identified and acted upon. 

 

Funding Category

 

Allocation per Eligible Pupil

 Pupils in year groups reception to year 6 as recorded as Ever 6 FSM

£1320

 Looked after children (LAC) defined in Children Act 1989 as one who is in the care of, or provided with accommodation by, an English local authority.

 Children who have ceased to be looked after by a local authority in England and Wales because of adoption, a special guardianship order, a child arrangements order or a residence order

£1900

 £1900

Pupils in year groups reception to year 6 recorded as Ever 6 service child or in receipt of child pension from the Ministry of Defence

 

£300

  

Bishopton Redmarshall CE Primary School

 

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-2017

Performance Summary and Impact of funding

 


 Phonics

National

Local Authority

School

81%

 

84%

 

100%

 

There were no children in Y2 who received the pupil premium in 2016/17

 

Key Stage 2

 

National

Local Authority

School

% of PP children reaching Expected standard

Reading

71.5

71.4

75%

Writing

76.3

75.6

75%

Maths

74.9

77.3

100%

GPS

76.9

77.7

100%

RWM

60.4

60%

75%

 

Progress tracking for all pupil premium children across the school

Reading

 

Writing

Maths

3.6

 

 

2.7

3.2

Individual progress was averaged to avoid identifying individual children.

3 points is deemed to be expected progress.

 

Bishopton Redmarshall CE Primary School

Pupil Premium Spending Overview

2017-2018

The following Overview details all of our current and planned strategies alongside the allocation of funding.

Pupil Premium Allocation

£19,461

 

Cost

Action

Person responsible/Timescale

Aim

Impact

£2000

Enrichment

Each class to have funding to ensure PP children’s life experiences are further enriched through engaging and memorable activities/visits throughout the curriculum.

All staff

All children will be able to attend; despite finance being an issue for some.

Teachers will plan enrichment activities which match their year group’s curriculum enabling the children’s learning to be relevant, purposeful and interesting.

Children will have gained life experiences which will enrich their learning and development.

 

£100

 

 

 

 

 

£300

Early Years

New Reading resources to be provided for PP children including fiction/non0-fiction/books tailored to specific interests.

 

Provide opportunities in the outdoor area for children to develop essential early skills.

JC

Children will be more engaged, keen to develop their reading and as a result, will improve their skills which will have a positive impact on their end of year outcomes.

Children will be able to develop their sensory play/role play/imaginative play/maths and hands on exploration which will improve their outcomes at the end of the year.

 

£300

Outside area equipment to enhance provision at break and lunch times.

H of S/DHT

Children will have opportunities to develop social and interactive skills which will encourage positive behaviour outside.

 

£3000

LEXIA

KS1/KS2

Ongoing all year

Regular reading using Lexia will boost basic confidence and develop basic reading skills.

Any gaps between PP children and their non-disadvantaged peers will be diminished.

PP children will achieve/exceed their expected outcomes for attainment and progress at the end of the year.

 

£1000

Residential

EXEC HT

Children receiving PP funding will have the opportunity to participate in a life-enriching experience which will increase their confidence and self-esteem.

 

£1000

Transport costs for trips to ensure PP children can access enrichment activities.

H of S/DHT

Children receiving PP funding will have the opportunity to participate in a life-enriching experience which will increase their confidence and self-esteem.

 

£200

Year 6 Homework Club

DB/EG

Children receiving PP funding will be invited to participate in the club in order to support them with homework and basic skills.

Children will achieve their expected outcomes at the end of the year.

 

£3000

Tablets for individual use with personalised programmes.

H of S/DHT

Children will have their own tablet in school where they will be able to access PHSE/Tailored software to boost confidence and self-esteem during mentoring/support sessions.

 

£1000

To provide individual resources for more able children receiving PP funding in order to ensure they are being challenged to achieve their full potential.

Class teachers

Children will be able to access activities/resources tailored to their individual ability and interests in order to further develop their skills across the curriculum and stimulate their learning in their specific areas for development.

 

£300

Resources to support our Attendance strategy and to target children with attendance issues – rewards, certificates, half-termly prizes.

All staff

Children will be motivated and encouraged to attend school regularly.

Regular attendance will ensure children with PP funding can access the full curriculum and not miss out on essential learning.

 

£500

Support parents of children receiving PP funding with school equipment, uniform and tuck.

H of S, DHT

Children will feel included and not different from their peers.

A healthy snack will be offered.

 

£1000

Resources for Parental Workshops

All staff

Parents of children receiving PP funding will be specifically invited to attend and take part in workshops which will enable them to work alongside their child.

Parents will be more engaged with school and their child’s learning.

 

Remaining funds

(When confirmed)

To provide resources as needed to support strategies for individual children’s barriers to learning.

This will include reading, writing and maths resources, phonics materials, staff training and further enrichment activities in school.

All staff

Children will be given appropriate resources when required in order to remove their individual barriers to learning and to support the specific strategies being used in order to diminish any differences between them and their non-disadvantaged peers.

 

 

 

 

 

 



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