Pupil Premium

Irlam Endowed Pupil Premium Strategy Statement  

1.   Summary information

School

Irlam Endowed Primary School

Academic Year

2017-18

Total PP budget

£59,400

 

Date of most recent PP Review

11/8/17

Total number of pupils

242

Number of pupils eligible for PP

45

Date for next internal review of this strategy

1/9/18

 

2.   Current attainment

Still end of 2016 as 2017 not available yet

Pupils eligible for PP (your school)

Pupils not eligible for PP (national average)

% achieving Expected or above in reading, writing & maths (or equivalent)

50%

 

 

tbc

% making at least expected  progress in reading (or equivalent)

71%

92%

% making at least expected progress in writing (or equivalent)

93%

95%

% making at expected progress in maths (or equivalent)

 

86%

91%

 

 

 

3.   Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligible for PP)(see chart below for more detail)

In-school barriers (issues to be addressed in school, such as poor oral language skills)

A.    

Home learning environment

B.    

Pupils with SEND

C.    

Low level of vocabulary

External barriers (issues which also require action outside school, such as low attendance rates)

C.

Social and family issues. Limited life experiences.

4.     Desired outcomes and planned expenditure (Desired outcomes and how they will be measured)

 

 

Brief description of Project/Item

Planned Expenditure

Objective/Chosen Action/ Approach

Desired Outcomes / Success criteria

Part funding Pastoral Family worker

£10, 000

To support the families with appropriate intervention. To liaise with multi-agencies to ensure safeguarding and child protection is given high priority. To support the EWO with attendance and punctuality issues. To attend relevant team meetings.

Having a non-class based member of staff who can build up relationships, carry out home visits etc, has impacted on the success and outcomes of family support and safeguarding. Quicker more joined up interventions. Attendance figures continue to improve. Figures are above national average.

Contribution to residential trips

£8, 000

Three residential trips/year for KS2. Parents of pp pupils pay up to 20% less. Plus other subsidies for Pupil Premium Plus pupils. All residential and non-residential trips are subsidised.

99% take up of residential trips. All pupils can access the unique learning experiences which support learning and enhance the curriculum. End of year and Key Phase attainment continues to be good.

Support Staff   / Teacher time 

£13,164

To remove barriers to learning so that all children are able to learn. Provide small group and 1:1 support.

Intervention outcomes show positive impact.

Progress tracking positive. 

Pupil premium review and ROL outcomes show that the difference between outcomes for disadvantaged pupils is diminished, and in line with acceptable levels.

Educational Psychologist

£1,000

To support those children with extra needs to access the curriculum and achieve their potential.

Referrals to local authority have been completed more efficiently, which means pupils receive appropriate support and intervention programmes earlier.

Booster classes additional one to one support

£7,898

To pay for salaries for appropriate staff to be employed to deliver additional support/extension work.

To increase the number of more able pupil premium pupils who achieve GDS, or make more than expected progress.

Out of school activities

£12,555

To provide additional extended learning experiences out of school hours. PP pupils given priority. All activities are free.

The take up and variety of after school activities have extended. External skilled coaches are now running holiday clubs due to high demand. Introduction of additional violin club.

Commissioned multi-agency support

Up to £3000

As required, specialist support or advice on dyslexia, speech therapy etc to support specific learning needs of PP pupils.

SALT advice for LRP pupils having positive impact. Learning support and commissioned EWO work also impacts. 18 hour SLA intervention programme from SALT.

Additional IT resources

£2970

To purchase class sets of ipads to support learning both in and out school hours. Additional appropriate learning IT programmes to extend maths and literacy learning.

Facilitating time for PP in school or with home pcs to ensure they can access the IXL home learning maths system.

RM maths and IW ipad programmes are accelerating the progress in maths. Pupil’s access to technology which they may not have at home has improved.

PP outcomes in maths reflect impact, by diminishing difference between that cohort and non-disadvantaged.

Total

£59,400

 

 

5.    Review of 2016-17 expenditure

 

Brief description of Project/Item

Cost

Objective/Chosen Action/Approach

Desired outcome

Impact

Lessons learned

Part funding Pastoral Family worker

£12, 000

To support the families with appropriate intervention. To liaise with multi-agencies to ensure safeguarding and child protection is given high priority. To support the EWO with attendance and punctuality issues. To attend relevant team meetings.

Having a non-class based member of staff who can build up relationships, carry out home visits etc, has impacted on the success and outcomes of family support and safeguarding. Quicker more joined up interventions. Attendance figures continue to improve. Figures are above national average.

Case studies show the positive impact of the interventions of the pastoral worker.

Attendance figures continue to be above national average.

Need to appoint a new pastoral worker as effective as retiring one.

Be aware of the impact in changes to the term time holiday fining system.

Contribution to residential trips

£10, 000

Three residential trips/year for KS2. Parents of pp pupils pay up to 20% less. Plus other subsidies for Pupil Premium Plus pupils. All residential and non-residential trips are subsidised.

99% take up of residential trips. All pupils can access the unique learning experiences which support learning and enhance the curriculum. End of year and Key Phase attainment continues to be good.

95% take up of residential trips over the year by PP pupils.

Earlier information and addressing concerns over the travelling abroad factor.

Support Staff    

£21,124

To remove barriers to learning so that all children are able to learn. Provide small group and 1:1 support.

Intervention outcomes show positive impact.  Progress tracking positive.

 

 

 

Educational Psychologist

£2,000

To support those children with extra needs to access the curriculum and achieve their potential.

Referrals to local authority have been completed more efficiently, which means pupils receive appropriate support and intervention programmes earlier.

More pupils have been seen by the EP and this has impacted on the rate of referral.

More EP time needs to be allocated.

Booster classes

£7,898

To pay for salaries for appropriate staff to be employed to deliver additional support/extension work.

To increase the number of more able pupil premium pupils who achieve GDS, or make more than expected progress.

 

 

Out of school activities

£15,555

To provide additional extended learning experiences out of school hours. PP pupils given priority. All activities are free.

The take up and variety of after school activities have extended. External skilled coaches are now running holiday clubs due to high demand.

A holiday football club ran every holiday and was well attended. Activity club and woodwind clubs have been popular and funded by PP.

Introduction of further musical instrument clubs, to extend variety.

Commissioned multi-agency support

Up to £3000

As required, specialist support or advice on dyslexia, speech therapy etc to support specific learning needs of PP pupils.

SALT advice for LRP pupils having positive impact. Learning support and commissioned EWO work also impacts.

 

Buy in SALT service level agreement to identify early issues and plan early interventions.

Additional IT resources

£6323

To purchase class sets of ipads to support learning both in and out school hours. Additional appropriate learning IT programmes to extend maths and literacy learning.

RM maths and IW ipad programmes are accelerating the progress in maths. Pupil’s access to technology which they may not have at home has improved.

Parents have reported that the use of IT at home has benefited their child.

Extend to facilitating the electronic homework programme for PP pupils.

Total

£77,900

 

 

 

 


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