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Westcliffe Primary School

'Our school is committed to inspirational teaching to create aspirational young people.'

Pupil Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.
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Number of Pupils and pupil premium grant received 2015 - 2016

Total number of pupils  (January census 2015)

307

Number of pupils eligible for pupil premium grant:

147

Total pupil premium grant received:

£194,040

 

 

Nature of support

Proposed Spending

 

 

Staffing

 

Non-teaching assistant head  and KS1 team leader to develop and maintain quality first teaching through a targeted programme of professional development

74,628

3 additional teaching assistants to deliver the Read Write Inc programme – 20 hours per week

3,868

1 additional teaching assistant to promote language development throughout Foundation Stage

5,939

1 Teaching assistant – level 3 to co-ordinate the support of pupils and their families with English as an additional language.  1 teaching assistant level 2 to support  pupils with English as an additional language in Foundation Stage

27,230

5.5 Teaching assistants to provide 1:1 support for behaviour management

32,665

0.5 Specialist SEN  teacher, specialist  SEN teaching assistant – 60 hours per week level 2 teaching assistant, to provide 1:1 interventions

24,512

Pastoral support provided by – a Family Liaison officer, counselling services and additional staff to support at breakfast club and lunch time

19,889

TA level 3 to support development of the library development,  family reading and after  school clubs

10,966

Training

 

Continuing staff training to promote quality teaching and learning

11,335

Resources

 

Subsidising breakfast

839

Subsidising educational visits

4,942

Residential Trip

4,754

 

 

£221,567

 

Pupil Premium Impact 2015-2016

The impact of Pupil Premium funding continues to be very positive, demonstrating good value for money.  We currently have 147 children eligible for funding. The data below shows that across school disadvantaged pupils perform similarly to other pupils, reaching similar levels of attainment and at times achieving more highly.

 

Westcliffe Primary – Pupil Premium Analysis

EYFS – Good Level of Development Gap Analysis

 

% of EYFS children achieving a Good Level of Development  (nationally all children 69%)

 

Pupil Premium

Non-Pupil Premium

Gap

2014

30%

59%

-29%

2015

25%

52%

-27%

2016

89%

69%

+20%

 

Pupil Premium – Y1 Phonics Check Gap Analysis

 

 

% of Y1 Children passing the Phonics Check (nationally all children 81%)

 

Pupil Premium

Non-Pupil Premium

Gap

2014

53%

83%

-30%

2015

67%

83%

-16%

2016

67%

77%

-10%

 

Pupil Premium – Year 2 Gap Analysis

 

Average Point Score – KS1

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

2014

PP

14.8

Non-PP

15.6

Gap

-0.8

PP

13.3

Non-PP

14.3

Gap

-1.0

PP

13.7

Non-PP

14.2

Gap

-0.5

2015

PP

15.3

Non-PP

15.2

Gap

+0.1

PP

13.3

Non-PP

14.1

Gap

-0.8

PP

14.3

Non-PP

14.9

Gap

-0.6

 

% of Year 2 children achieving Age Related Expectations

 

Reading (national all children 74%)

Writing (national all children 65%)

Maths (national all children 73%)

2016

77%

73%

+4%

60%

73%

-13%

67%

77%

-10%

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium – Year 6 Gap Analysis

 

 

% L4+ Reading, Writing & Maths

 

Pupil Premium

Non-Pupil Premium

Gap

2014

69%

64%

+5%

2015

60%

72%

-12%

 

% of Year 6 children achieving Age Related Expectations (All children nationally 53%)

Pupil Premium

Non-Pupil Premium

Gap

2016

36%

23%

+13%

 

 

 

Pupil Premium 2014/2015 During the academic year 2014/2015, Westcliffe Primary received £207,600 pupil premium money, to benefit children who are looked after or have been in receipt of free meals.

 

Strategy

 

 

Additional non-teaching staff in Foundation Stage to support:

1.       EAL pupils x 1

2.       Challenging behaviour x 1

3.       Language development x 1

1. 6343

2. 12,685

3. 12,685

31,713 x 51%

(includes oncosts of 29%)

£16,200

Team Leader KS1

UPS1+TLR2a

 

Team Leader KS2

UPS1+ TLR2a

34,868

2,587 + 22% oncosts =

45,951 x 51%

£23,305

 

 

 

£23,305

Non-Teaching Staff - KS1

 

Additional Non-Teaching RWI x 2

M & E x 2

EAL x 1

Reading x 1

6 x 12,685 =

76,110 x 51%

£38,816

Specialist SEN Teaching

 

Michelle Crabb

£22,000x122% OC=26,840x51%

£13,688

Pastoral Support

 

Family Liaison officer

 

Breakfast Club and Lunchtime support

 

Counselling – Elaine Clark

15,852 x OC 29%

X 51%

 

1,010 hours @ £8.31 per hour

 

10,125 x 51%

£10,430

 

£10,827

 

 

£5,164

Library Development

 

Librarian

17,315 x OC 29%

X 51%

£11,391

KS2 – Non Teaching Staff 1:1 x 2

 

1:1 Reading x 1

 

1:1 Interventions x 1

12,685x2=25,370

+ OC 29%

7440+ OC 29%

 

7440+ OC 29%

£32,727

 

 

£9,597

 

£9,597

 

Total:

£205,047

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium Impact 2014-2015 The impact of Pupil Premium funding continues to be very positive, demonstrating good value for money. We currently have 158 children eligible for funding, including 1 services child and 1 looked after child. The data below confirms that on leaving Foundation Stage, the attainment gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged children is 14%. However, by the end of Key Stage 2 the gap has closed and in some areas (Writing and those achieving Level 4 in Reading, Writing and Maths) has reversed. End of Key stage attainment: Attainment at the end of Foundation Stage 2014 Reception - cohort of 42 children with 13 children eligible for pupil premium (31%):

Children achieving a good level of development (GLD) Pupil premium 46%
Children achieving a good level of development (GLD) Non- pupil premium 55%

 

Attainment at the end of Key stage 1 (2014)

Year 2 2014 – cohort of 47 children with 26 children eligible for pupil premium (55%):

Average points score Westcliffe Primary National Gap
Reading 14.8 (pp) 15.6 (non-pp) 16.5 1.7   (pp) 0.9 (non-pp)
Writing 13.3 (pp) 14.3 (non-pp) 15.1 1.8   (PP) 0.8 (non-pp)
Maths 13.7 (pp) 14.2 (non-pp) 16.2 2.5   (pp) 2.0 (non-pp)

 

Attainment at the end of Key Stage 2 (2014)

% achieving level 4 Westcliffe Primary National Gap
Reading 26.5   (pp) 26.5 (non-pp) 29.7 3.2 (pp) 3.2 (non-pp)
Writing 26.1 (pp) 24.8 (non-pp) 28.6 2.5 (PP) 3.8 (non-pp)
Maths 25.6 (pp) 27.0(non-pp) 29.8 4.2 (pp) 2.8 (non-pp)

 

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