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Pupil Premium Grant Statement 2016-17


Number of pupils and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) received  
Academic year 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
Total number of pupils on roll(at time of spring census) 352 412 467
Total number of pupilseligible for PPG (Ever) 41 70 80
Amount of PPG received perpupil £1300 £1300 £1300
Total amount of PPGReceived in £53300 £92158 £105600


Summary of PPG spending
Objectives for spending PPG: To ensure that funding is used to support disadvantaged pupils throughout the school with additional enrichment activities, academic success, to close any gaps in attainment with those pupils not in receipt of this funding.
Summary of the main barriers faced by pupils eligible for pupil premium: Support from home with homework. Support for lower attainers. Lack of resources at home. Lack of after school enrichment activities.
Summary of how the allocating of pupil premium funding will tackle these barriers and the rationale for the approach chosen: Provides equal access to curriculum and learning support where it may not be present at home due to a lack of resources. Supporting the child and the family to value learning and experience the benefits of a wider enriched offer.
Summary of how we will measure the impact of the pupil premium expenditure: The progress and attainment data will be analysed every term to ensure these pupils make progress in line with other pupils. Pupil progress meetings with individual teachers will also have a focus on the progress of these pupils.Date of next review for pupil premium spend: April 2017


Record of PPG spending by item / project 2016-17 
Project / Item / Description Cost Objectives Expected / Actual Outcomes & Evidence
Additional classroom support(TAs / NNs) £58240 To provide additional adult support for pupils to be able to access all learning Pupils will demonstrate accelerated progress at the end of each key stage
After school provision £600 To financially support pupils so that they can take part in extra-curricular activities after school The number of PP pupils attending after school provision is high
Support for educational visits and residential trips £7900 To financially support families with educational visits and residential trips Pupils have a choice to attend residential visits and can attend educational visits on a regular basis which will further support their learning
Purchase reading resources £1000 To purchase additional reading materials for pupils to access Pupils will have a range of books to read at home and at school which will support the reading outcomes
Purchase IT resources £1500 To purchase IT resources for pupils to access Pupils will have a range of media to learn from which will support their progress in all areas of the curriculum
Organise intervention programmes £12000 To organise and deliver additional intervention programmes (reading, writing, maths) to support specific pupils Pupils will demonstrate accelerated progress at end of EYFS, KS1 and KS2
Organise phonics sessions £2000 To organise additional phonics sessions for specific groups of pupils Year 1 pupils will demonstrate accelerated progress at the end of the year
Organise booster sessions for year 6 pupils £7000 To organise year 6 booster sessions to take place before school and during Easter break, focussing on reading, writing and maths Pupils will demonstrate accelerated progress at end of KS2
Additional teaching support for year 6 £8360 To provide additional support for year 6 pupils, through organising smaller teaching groups Pupils will demonstrate accelerated progress at end of KS2
Organise speech and language support £6500 To organise an provide speech and language therapy Speech & language needs of PP pupils are addressed at an early stage
Organise breakfast time activities £500 To organise and provide ‘breakfast time’ activities Pupils arrive early at school and spend valuable time interacting with other pupils. This will have a positive impact on performance in the classroom and pupils’ readiness to learn

Please note that these figures are approximate

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