Junction Farm Primary School

Pupil Premium

Date of next Pupil Premium Strategy Review – September 2017

Junction Farm Pupil Premium Expenditure 16-17

Pupil premium grant expenditure: Report to governors: 2014/15

Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll 218
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 29
Amount of PPG received per pupil

5 LAC children

£1300

£1400 x 4 =5600

Total amount of PPG received £43,300
Including money left over from last year & readjusted amounts received from LA £44,427

 

 

Previous performance of disadvantaged pupils

(pupils eligible for free school meals or in local authority care for at least six months)

2012 2013 2014
% of pupils making expected progress in English 100% 94% 100% Reading and writing –KS1

100% Reading & writing- KS2

86% Spag KS2

 

% of pupils making expected progress in maths 92% 100% 100% – KS1

100% KS2

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Summary of PPG spending 2014/15
Objectives in spending PPG:

To raise attainment in Target areas

To enable disadvantaged pupils to access all areas of the curriculum that could incur a cost

Summary of spending and actions taken:

Employ a Teaching Assistant to work 1-1 with all Pupil Premium Children on a target area to ensure good progression in a key area of learning.

Fund a Teaching Assistant for an extra 3 hours a week for a LAC child

Fund a Teaching Assistant to work 1-1 each week after school for booster Classes

To fund 1-1 after school tutor for   individual pupils to ensure there is no dip in learning.

To fund extended school activities to broaden the educational experience.

To fund Art Therapy sessions via Tamhs – Children counselling service

To fund 6 Year 3 pupils to attend Carlton Outdoor Education Centre – £840

To fund 2 Year 4 pupils to attend Robinwood Outdoor Education Centre – £280

To fund 6 Year 5 pupil to attend Ford Castle Education Centre – £960

To fund 7 Year 6 pupil to attend Carlton Centre at Thirsk – £2149

 

 

Outcomes to date: From end of summer term 13 to end of spring term 14 (sub levels progress)

Child in Year group Maths Reading Writing
Year 1 2 2 2
Year 1 Left school Left school Left school
Year 2 2 2 2
Year 2 3 3 3
Year 2 3 3 3
Year 2 3 3 3
Year 2 3 3 3
Year 2 3 3 3
Year 3 2 1 1
Year 4 Left school Left school Left school
Year 4 Left School Left School Left School
Year 4 1 1 1
Year 4 1 1 1
Year 4 2 2 2
Year 4 1 1 0 – due to absence
Year 5 1 1 1
Year 5 2 2 2
Year 5 1 2 1
Year 5 2 1 1
Year 5 2 1 1
Year 5 1 2 1
Year 6 Left school Left school Left school
Year 6 2 2 2
Year 6 2 3 3
Year 6 2 2 2
Year 6 2 2 2
Year 6 2 2 2
Year 6 2 2 1
Year 6 3 2 2

 

Number of Pupil Premium children registered as SEN – 7 – of which 3 receive extra support

 

Record of PPG spending by item/project 2014/15
Item/project Cost Objective Outcome
e.g. One-to-one maths tuition over a three-week period e.g. To achieve consistent performance at level 3b (focusing on conceptual understanding of fractions)

 

e.g. Objective met: evidence collected via discussion with pupils and scrutiny of work
Music Tuition £2500 To encourage musical talent Year 6 children continue with music tuition in secondary school
 Residentials £4229 To raise self-esteem and social skills Self-esteem raised and class team building achieved.
Employing Teaching assistants to work with PP children. £14,152 To raise self esteem, give confidence and ensure there is no gap in achievement. Increased progress
Senior leaders to work 1-1 with pupil premium children after school. £3925 To raise self esteem, give confidence and ensure there is no gap in achievement. Increased progress
TAMHS £2626.57 Counselling service for 1-1 support for children with targeted mental health issues. (stress, depression, issues they need to off load.) Children more calm and relaxed.
After school club payments £1019.61 To offer equality to all who wish to participate. Actively encourage PP children to attend After School clubs
Employ NQT £15,467 To reduce Class sizes in KS2 Smaller class sizes allowed for more individual teaching reduced from 36 – 22

 

Total PPG received £44,427
Total PPG expenditure £43,918
PPG remaining £509

 

 

 

Pupil premium grant expenditure: Report to governors: 2013/14

Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll 218
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 21
Amount of PPG received per pupil

2 LAC children

£900

£900 x 2

Total amount of PPG received £22725.25
Including money left over from last year & readjusted amounts received from LA £25537.25

 

 

Previous performance of disadvantaged pupils

(pupils eligible for free school meals or in local authority care for at least six months)

2012 2013
% of pupils making expected progress in English 100% 94%
% of pupils making expected progress in maths 92% 100%
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Summary of PPG spending 2012/13
Objectives in spending PPG:

To raise attainment in Target areas

To enable disadvantaged pupils to access all areas of the curriculum that could incur a cost

Summary of spending and actions taken:

Employ a Teaching Assistant to work 1-1 with all Pupil Premium Children on a target area to ensure good progression in a key area of learning.

Employ a Teaching Assistant to work in Reception for 3 hours a week to specifically work with PP children

Fund a Teaching Assistant for an extra 3 hours a week for a LAC child

To fund 3 Year 6 pupil to attend Carlton Centre at Thirsk

To fund 1 Year 3 pupils to attend Carlton Outdoor Education Centre

To fund 3 Year 4 pupils to attend Robinwood Outdoor Education Centre

To fund 3 Year 5 pupil to attend Ford Castle Education Centre

To fund 1 Year 6 pupil to access local authority 1-1 music lessons.

To fund Art Therapy sessions via Tamhs – Children counselling service

To fund 1-1 after school tutor for   individual pupils to ensure there is no dip in learning.

To fund transport for pupil premium children to get to the church for the carol service practice.

Outcomes to date: From end of summer term 13 to end of spring term 14 (sub levels progress)

Child in Year group Maths Reading Writing
Year 1 Left school Left school Left school
Year 1 1 1 2
Year 1 2 3 3
Year 2 2 2 2
Year 2 0 2 3
Year 2 1 2 1
Year 3 Left school Left school Left school
Year 3 3 4 2
Year 4 1 3 1
Year 4 1 1 1
Year 4 2 3 2
Year 5 1 2 1
Year 5 1 2 3
Year 5 2 1 0
Year 5 1 2 2
Year 6 0 1 2
Year 6 1 0 0
Year 6 1 2 3
Year 6 0 1 1
Year 6 / 7 2 2 2
Year 6 / 7 2 2 2

 

 

Record of PPG spending by item/project 2011/12
Item/project Cost Objective Outcome
e.g. One-to-one maths tuition over a three-week period e.g. To achieve consistent performance at level 3b (focusing on conceptual understanding of fractions)

 

e.g. Objective met: evidence collected via discussion with pupils and scrutiny of work
Year 6 individual music  lessons £25.04 To encourage musical talent Child achieved next music grade.
 Residentials £2080 To raise self-esteem and social skills Self-esteem raised and class team building achieved.
Employing Teaching assistants to work with PP children. £11797 To raise self esteem, give confidence and ensure there is no gap in achievement. Increased progress
Senior leaders to work 1-1 with pupil premium children after school. £3925 To raise self esteem, give confidence and ensure there is no gap in achievement. Increased progress
TAMHS £2626.57 Counselling service for 1-1 support for children with targeted mental health issues. (stress, depression, issues they need to off load.) Children more calm and relaxed.
After school club payments £1019.61 To offer equality to all who wish to participate. Actively encourage PP children to attend After School clubs

 

Total PPG received £25537.25
Total PPG expenditure £21473.22
PPG remaining £4064.03