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 Pupil Premium Strategy Statement: Dunston Primary Academy & Nursery 

 

1. Summary information

Disadvantaged Pupils - Who is eligible for the funding?

Funding Per Pupil:

- Pupils in year groups Reception to Year 6 as recorded as Ever 6 FSM*, £1,320.

- 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, £2,300.

- 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, £2,300.

- Pupils in year groups reception to year 11 recorded as Ever 6 service child or in receipt of child pension from the Ministry of Defence, £300.

- Pupils in Nursery year group who meet the eligibility criteria, £300.

Year 2018/2019 Total PP budget  £122,720 Date of most recent PP review na
Total number of pupils  290 Number of pupils eligible for PP

 92

31%

Date for next internal review of this strategy  Jan 2019

 

 

 

2. Key areas for improvement

  Desired outcomes Success criteria
A. Improve outcomes for disadvantaged pupils so the attainment for disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils is diminished across KS2, notably in maths and reading. - Attainment of 7 out of 10 of Y6 PP pupils to be above national and in-line with ‘others’ in maths and reading (excluding 3 SEN high-need pupils).
B. Improve outcomes for disadvantaged pupils so the progress scores for disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils is diminished across KS2, notably in maths and reading. - Progress of 100% of 10 PP pupils to be above national and in-line with ‘others’ in maths and reading.
C. Improve early language and literacy skills for PP pupils in EYFS & KS1.

- 5 out of 8 PP pupils in Reception make rapid progress by the end of the year so that they meet age related expectations and have communication skills in line with ‘other’ pupils (excluding pupils with significant speech and language difficulties requiring speech therapy input).

- 13 out of 15 Y1 PP pupils are above national and in-line with ‘others’ in Y1 screening (excluding pupils with significant speech and language difficulties requiring speech therapy input).

D. Higher % of pupils achieving high standards at F2, Y2 & Y6.

 

E. Improve parental engagement, school attendance and opportunities for social progress for pupils and parents from disadvantaged backgrounds (Chesterfield ranks 285/324 and is placed in cold spot for social mobility within the country – measured by life chances. The Midlands  provides the worst opportunities for social progress for those from disadvantaged backgrounds).

- Reduce the number of PP pupils with attendance below 95% from 31 to 26 (excluding children with absence linked to significant medical needs or have EHCP)

- Reduce number of PP pupils with persistent absence from 20 to 16 (excluding children with absence linked to significant medical needs or have EHCP)

- Increased number of parent ‘conversations’ (telephone calls / meetings) to include all PP parent/carers

 

 

3. Planned expenditure 

Intervention Research to support funding Cost

A. Improve outcomes for disadvantaged pupils so the attainment for disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils is diminished in KS2, notably in maths and reading.

B. Improve outcomes for disadvantaged pupils so the progress scores for disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils is diminished in KS2, notably in maths and reading.

Provision Map will have target groups for maths & reading, for years 3, 4, 5, 6. This will be delivered and planned by experienced teacher or trained intervention TA.

- Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) backed research for the ‘Best use of TAs’

- EEF research backed interventions, ‘1stClass@Number’ and a reading intervention (to be sourced in Term 3 2018-2019)

£10,000, teacher led interventions over

(x2 15 week blocks, 15hours)

£5393.59, KS2 TA led interventions 

(7.5hours over 38 weeks)

£800, 1st Class@Number training & materials

£2400, teacher cover for Pupil Progress Meetings (12 days)

£2000, training & materials linked to reading intervention

£23,167.50, cost of additional Y6 teacher 

Reading Resources to promote a love of reading which include, the creation of a reading club zone, new books, access to mobile libraries. PP children selected to drive the pupil voice element of this project.    £5000
   C. Improve early language and literacy skills for PP pupils in EYFS and KS1

- ECAT, AAC training for TAs

- developing home learning through open days focussed on language and play 

- ensuring EY have access to trips and visits to widen their life experiences 

- extra TA over ratio in EYFS mornings to enable interventions to take place and to enrich language modelling in play.

Early Education - The British Association for  Early Childhood Education Guidance: ‘Practical tips on allocating Early Years Pupil Premium funding Guidance from the Learning Together About Learning project, funded by the Department for Education’

£570, ECAT training

£500, trips

£11,104.45, additional TA support in the mornings

Provision Map will have target groups for phonics in years 1, 2 & 3. This will be delivered and planned by experienced teacher or intervention trained TA. - EEF backed research for the ‘Best use of TAs’ and delivery of ‘Phonics’. £5076.32, KS1 TA led interventions (8hours)
D. Higher % of pupils achieving high standards at F2, Y2 & Y6.
After school teacher led interventions in Y6 which target higher ability PP pupils - 3 year trend of the positive impact of these interventions on outcomes for Y6 pupils at Dunston.

£2400, KS2 teacher cover

(12 days)

£1200, KS1 teacher cover

(6 days)

CPD – National excellence in teaching in maths, CPD in maths –reasoning and problem solving, CPD in ‘Transforming English’ and other related future CPD   £2000
 E. Improve parental engagement, school attendance and opportunities for social progress for pupils and parents from disadvantaged backgrounds

- Attendance meetings

- Level 3 qualified TA to support learning before school via breakfast club for targeted vulnerable families

- Parents invited to Super Starts and Fabulous Finishes.

- If parents do not attend school/ meetings, there will be an expectation of having an telephone meetings using a structures conversation format

- EEF research -  ‘Breakfast club boosts pupils reading, writing and maths results’

£3172.70, level 3 TA learning support in breakfast club

£2000.00, HLTA learning support in breakfast club

£500, Super starts and fabulous finishes

£2400 cover for parental conversations / meetings

(12 days cover)

30 hour offer available to pupils to enhance early intervention.   £4,759.05, additional midday supervisor (7.5hours)

- New role – Early Help Mentor

- attendance, monitoring, challenging parents, work with EWO

- Nurture

- Positive Play

- Listening Ear lunch support

- Parental intervention through TAFs

- 1:1 support for identified pupils

 ‘Everybody’s Business’ – research backed information and training £16,847.04 TA salary
- Milk mid-morning   £1400

- ERS pupils provided with additional adult support to enable them to access clubs, events and competitions

- Disability trike purchased to enable ERS pupils to take part in cycle clubs and events

- ERS swim club with parental involvement and coffee morning

Ideas taken from the ‘PP Award 2017’ case studies

£2500 swimming (transport, coach and pool hire)

£200 trike

£423.27 TA salary

£500 transport cost

Spend from September 2018 – February 2019: £101,554.87

To be reviewed: April 2019 to direct remaining funds

 

Please read the attached information which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.


 

 

Pupil Premium 2013 / 2014

 Pupil Premium 2014 / 2015

 Pupil Premium 2015 / 2016

 Pupil Premium 2016 / 2017

Pupil Premium Expenditure & Impact 2017-18

 

 


 

 

  


 
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