Pupil Premium Spending 2014 - 2015

HOW MUCH PUPIL PREMIUM DO WE RECEIVE?

Brandlehow School  PPG allocation

Academic Year

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

Total number of pupils on roll Nursey to Year 6

289

311

326

% of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals (FSM)

13.3%

14.9%

13.0%

Total amount of PPG received

£21,600

£33,042

 

£49,827

 

Early Intervention

£10,000

£21,010

£21,094

Specialist Literacy/Numeracy  Support

£  5,160

£  6,900

£11,350

Educational Psychology Support

£  6,440

£   2,650

£  2,650

1:1 Tuition

 

£   2,482

£  6,152

After School Care /Trips

 

 

 

FSM Milk scheme

 

 

 

PP FUNDING REMAINING

NIL

NIL

Carried over  to 2015-2016 academic year

 

Summary of PPF spending 2014/15:

Objectives in spending PPF:

For all disadvantaged children to achieve their targeted levels in English and Maths KS2 SATs

To continue to ‘Narrow The Gap’ for our disadvantaged pupils through targeted interventions

 

Summary of spending and actions taken:

The number of pupils with Specific Learning Difficulties (SLD) in Maths and Literacy from within the Pupil Premium Group was significantly reduced due to targeted interventions. The expert advice from our Educational Psychologist, funded by our PPG, helped to inform our decisions.

PPF was focused on raising achievement of our disadvantaged pupils through targeted 1-2-1

Tuition in numeracy and literacy and through targeted intervention programmes throughout the School. This, along with high quality teaching and Booster classes helped to ensure all our disadvantaged children achieved their expected levels at KS2 in Reading, Writing and in

Maths.

 

Outcomes to date:

11% of targeted disadvantaged children with Pupil Premium funding made more than expected progress in Maths where 100% (86% = national figure) made expected progress.

25% of targeted disadvantaged children with Pupil Premium funding made more than expected progress in Writing where 100% (92% = national figure) made expected progress.

50% of targeted disadvantaged children with Pupil Premium funding made more than expected progress in Reading where 100% (88% = national figure)   made expected progress.

The Value Added (VA) to the Reading and attainment for targeted disadvantaged children with Pupil Premium funding was greater than for non-disadvantaged children.

 

PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING 2015-2016

Pupil Premium Funding 2015/16 Academic Year

Total number of pupils on roll Nursey to Year 6

350

% of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals (FSM)

12.6%

Total amount Pupil Premium

£56,484.00

The impact of the expenditure for 2015-2016 will be added to this report at the end of the academic year.

CONTEXT

 When taking into account the progress and attainment of groups of children consideration should be paid towards the composition of the groups. Currently on role at Brandlehow 5.4.7% of children have SEN; within the PP group this is 15.9%.  36.6% of children have English as an additional language, within the PP group this is 40.9%. Whilst this should not be seen as a barrier, it provides a useful context.