Glenfall Community Primary School

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Pupil Premium

In addition to main school funding Pupil Premium funds have been allocated to all schools. The Government believes this is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most. It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility. The funding is allocated by calculating the number of children who are looked after (in care for more than six months) and the numbers registered for free school meals over the last six years.

At Glenfall Community Primary School we support all our pupils to do their best regardless of their background. We believe that by building self-esteem and confidence, equipping pupils with skills to learn and by providing high quality teaching that is supported by interventions from highly skilled specialist teachers and teaching assistants we will continue to improve our high standards of teaching and learning for all our pupils.

Pupil Premium Plan 2017-18

Pupil Premium 2017-18

Pupil Premium Plan 2016-17

pupil-premium-2016-17 to be reviewed September 2017

Pupil Premium Plan and Impact Statement 2015-16

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Pupil Premium Allocation 2012-2013 - £22,800

ASPECTBUDGET
TOTAL£24,997
Contribution to INCO salary£13,100
1:1 Tuition and targeted intervention groups£3,500
Contribution toward staff attendance at structured conversations£1,340
Support Materials£300
Homework Club£320
Intervention programmes (Dancing Bears, Stairway to Spelling, Fizzy)£6,037
Thinking skills group for more able pupils eligible for Pupil Premium£150
Contribution to Extra Curricular Learning£250

IMPACT 2012 – 2013

4 Pupils were eligible for PPG in Y6

 Reading

75% of children eligible for PPG achieved Level 4+

50% of children eligible for PPG achieved Level 5

100% of children eligible for PPG achieved 2 levels of progress KS1 – KS2

 Writing

75% of children eligible for PPG achieved Level 4+

25% of children eligible for PPG achieved Level 5

100% of children eligible for PPG achieved 2 levels of progress KS1 – KS2

 Maths

75% of children eligible for PPG achieved Level 4+.

25% achieved Level 5

 100% of children eligible for PPG achieved 2 levels of progress KS1 – KS2

 Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

75% of children eligible for PPG achieved Level 4+

75% of children eligible for PPG achieved Level 5

Points score by year group. Pupil Premium Pupils vs Non Pupil Premium Pupil
Year/SubjectReadingWritingMaths
PPNPPPPNPPPPNPP
14.85.44.05.05.05.6
25.36.04.54.75.36.1
33.24.73.33.84.13.7
43.03.73.33.73.33.7
53.73.83.04.03.74.0
68.86.86.36.24.55.3

Pupil Premium Allocation 2013-2014 - £31,500

ASPECTBUDGET
TOTAL£31,500
Contribution to INCO salary£7,200
Intervention Teacher£14,100
AfA Subscription£4,000
1:1 Tuition and targeted intervention groups£2,600
Contribution toward staff attendance at structured conversations£1,000
Neuroscience Training£600
Intervention programmes (Dancing Bears, Stairway to Spelling, Fizzy)£1,000
Contribution to Extra Curricular Learning£1,000