Pupil Premium Grant Spending

QUEENSWAY PRIMARY SCHOOL

PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT REPORT

2017/18

 

All members of staff, governors and teaching assistants accept responsibility for socially disadvantaged’ pupils and are committed to meeting their pastoral, social and academic needs within the school environment. Queensway is committed to ‘Narrowing the Gap’ between vulnerable pupils and the pupil premium forms a vital part of that process. The governors reserve the right to allocate the pupil premium funding to support any pupils or groups of pupils the school has legitimately identified as being socially disadvantaged.

 

Provision will be made through:

  • Facilitating pupils’ access to education
  • Facilitating pupils’ access to the curriculum
  • Alternative support and intervention within the school

 

The aims of Pupil Premium Spending at Queensway;

Raise pupil’s aspirations.

Enrich children’s learning experiences.

Promote a positive attitude to learning.

Improve attendance.

 

Intended outcomes of spending Pupil Premium Funding:

Accelerate progress;

All pupils to make at least expected progress and a closing of the gap between the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and all pupils.

 

Reporting Pupil Premium

It is the responsibility of the governors to explain pupil premium expenditure to parents in the form of an annual statement. There is no set format for the report of pupil premium. Queensway Primary School will publish details of a report online annually. This report aims to detail information on how Pupil Premium has been used within school. This report will detail the attainment and progress of pupils who are covered by the premium and the intervention that has been supported by the additional funding. Reports will also detail the progress made towards narrowing the gap and this will be supported by reported data and academic progress. Regular reports will be presented on the progress of pupils supported by Pupil Premium to the governing body sub-committees.

 

Reporting to Parents

Parents will be able to obtain information on the pupil premium via the school’s website. This will be updated annually.

 

Responsibility for reporting

The responsibility for the report will be allocated to the Head Teacher

 

 

Number of Primary pupils eligible for the Deprivation Pupil Premium (1)

65

 

 

Number of Secondary pupils eligible for the Deprivation Pupil Premium (1)

0

 

 

Total Deprivation Pupil Premium Allocation

£85,800

 

 

Number of pupils eligible for the Service child Pupil Premium (2)

0

 

 

Service child Pupil Premium Allocation

£   0

 

 

Number of pupils eligible for the Post-LAC Pupil Premium (3)

5

 

 

Post-LAC Pupil Premium Allocation

£7600

 

 

Number of pupils eligible for the Children Looked After Pupil Premium

7

 

 

Predicted Children Looked After Pupil Premium Allocation

£12,035

 

 

Total Provisional Pupil Premium allocation

£105,435

 

 

(1) Includes pupils who are FSM Ever 6 and not adopted or Children Looked After

(2) Any child recorded as Service Child Ever4.

(3) Any child recorded as adopted from care (and Residence Order / Special Guardianship Order).

 

 

       

Action

Cost

Intended Impact

Maintain a part-time non-class based Assistant Head Teacher role with specific responsibility for inclusion, attainment of children with Pupil Premium funding and CLA pupils.

£30,000 (inc on-costs)

Improved provision for all children.

Improved tracking of vulnerable groups.

Increased opportunities to develop new intervention programmes/support.

Improved working with outside agencies.

Better communication with parents.

Employ a speech and language therapist (two days per week)

£18,400

Improved Speech and language support provision for all identified children.

Formal assessments are completed for all identified children.

IEPs in place for all identified children.

Increased opportunities to develop new speech and language intervention programmes.

Improved staff CPD.

Better communication with parents.

Up-keep and resourcing of The Retreat

£5,448

Improved provision for all vulnerable pupils.

Increased opportunities to develop new nurture intervention programmes.

Improved provision for SEN pupils with specific sensory needs.

Pupils’ confidence and social skills improved

Children helped to over-come barriers to learning.

Improved attendance of target pupils

 

 

Part fund the Family Support Manager role.

 

 

£15,000

Children helped to over-come barriers to learning.

Improved attendance of target pupils

The number of pupils escalating to CIN and CP reduced

Targeted pupils make good progress and begin to close the attainment gap

Pupils’ confidence and social skills improved.

 

Reflection Room

 

£3,500

A safe space for children  provided if needed

 

Subsidising the cost of school trips 

£2,000

Ensuring all pupils have access to school visits to enrich their curriculum and remove the potential cost barrier, improving the self-confidence of pupils.

Music Tuition for pupils

£2,992

Improved self-confidence of pupils.

Barriers to learning over-come.

Developed aspirations.

KS2 Pupil Premium Residential 

 

£5,746.50

 

To ensure all pupils have access to school visits to enrich their curriculum and remove the potential cost barrier.  Improved self-confidence of pupils

 

Life Skills & Nurture activities for PP children (eg; Yoga, massage, Lego Therapy)

 

£3,000

Raised self-esteem and confidence.

Developed life skills.

Over-come barriers to learning.

Developed aspirations.

1:1 Reading support

(15 hours per week)

£10,000

Improved progress in reading

Free Friday Breakfast

£3,000

Improved attendance of specific pupils and reduced number of persistent late pupils.

Developed life skills.

Improved social skills

Fuel for School Contract

£2,600

Provided access for children and their families to free fresh food.

 

Other school resources

£3,265

Enriched pupils' eduction