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Pupil Premium report 2012 - 2013

Pupil Premium report 2012 - 2013

Report on Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure April 2012 – March 2013

Pupil Premium is the amount of money given to the school to support those children in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM). During last academic year the number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium was thirty eight. This number was calculated over a series of Census returns from the last six years.

This money was used for:-

  • Extra teacher support for three days in literacy and numeracy in Years 1 and 2 for all abilities of children
  • Additional teaching assistant support in Reception.
  • The purchase of a whole school site licence for communicate in print which enabled teachers to make resources using words and symbols to support learning
  • The purchase of extra phonic resources for each year group.
  • Enrichment activities

Number of pupils and PPG received

Total number of pupils on role

208

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

38

Total amount of PPG received

£25,793

End of Key Stage 1 comparisons between children in receipt of Pupil Premium and the rest of the cohort.

Performance of these pupils at Level 2 and above

Pupil Premium

School

Reading

92%

88%

Writing

92%

89%

Maths

92%

96%

 

Performance of these pupils at Level 2B and above

Pupil Premium

School

Reading

85%

82%

Writing

77%

70%

Maths

77%

83%

 

Performance of these pupils at Level 3

Pupil Premium

School

Reading

33%

36%

Writing

8%

18%

Maths

33%

44%

79% of pupils in Year 1 passed the phonic screening test compared with a national average of 69%.Raising attainment for all groups of children remains our main priority.

Pupil Premium allocation for the academic year 2013 – 2014 is being used to:-

  • Employ a teacher for three days and two teaching assistants, mornings only to support the teaching of reading, writing and mathematics.
  • An electronic assessment tracking system.
  • Support materials for literacy and numeracy.
  • Enrichment activities.