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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium 2016-17

All schools receive a payment, or Pupil Premium, for each child who is registered for free school meals and those who have been in continuous care for six months or more at any point in the last six years. -  £1320 per child for 2015-2016.

 

Pupil premium for Nursery children has been introduced from April 2015 which is £300 per child eligible for the funding.

 

Dundale currently has 20% of pupils who are eligible for pupil premium grant.

 

In the year 2016-2017 Dundale received £67786. 

 

Provision and Impact

The following are a range of activities and interventions that the Pupil Premium has funded or helped to fund in the academic year 2015/16:

 

Intervention / Initiative

Description

Percentage of funding allocated

Impact

1:1 and small group targeted tutoring with Tutor

Mainly focussed mathematics skills. Bespoke programmes of work

8%

Pupils making greater progress in maths learning.

1:1 and small group TA led interventions

Speech and Language, Literacy and Maths interventions

30%

Pupils making greater progress in reading, writing, speaking and listening and maths learning.

Small group early morning interventions

Maths intervention that takes place before school hours

2%

Pupils making greater progress in maths learning

In Class TA support and intervention

In class support with key skills development across the curriculum and in class interventions.

43%

Pupils making greater progress in learning across core and foundation subjects

Increased access to extra curricular provision

PPG pupils are subsidised to take part in after school clubs from external providers including Tennis, Football and ...

1%

Increased opportunities to take part in extra-curricular activities for pupils receiving PPG

Therapy 1:1

Art therapy and Play therapy is provided to ensure pupils are ready to learn

5%

Targeted pupils increasingly ready to learn and have visibly more confidence in school

Mindfulness group sessions

Meditation sessions are provided to ensure pupils are ready to learn

1%

Targeted pupils increasingly ready to learn and have visibly more confidence in school

Subsidised school trips

Pupils eligible for PPG have non-residential school trips subsidised

1%

Increased uptake of pupils in receipt of PPG on trips (100% of pupils)

Subsidy for residential trips

A 50% subsidy is offered to pupils in receipt of Free School Meals and available to other PPG pupils to take part in residential trips in years 5 and 6

2%

Increased uptake of pupils in receipt of PPG on residential trips in years 5 and 6

Coordination and Administration of Provision

Designated leadership time to ensure each pupil in receipt of grant has provision to match their needs.

7%

Teachers are aware of needs of pupils in receipt of PPG and funding is increasingly targeted to diminish the difference in attainment and opportunity


 

Pupil Premium 2015-16

In 2015-16 Pupil Premium was £1300 per child and Dundale had25% of pupils who were eligible for pupil premium grant. In the year 2015-2016 Dundale received £61934.65.

 

Provision and Impact

 

The following are a range of activities and interventions that the Pupil Premium funded or helped to fund in the academic year 2015/16:

Intervention / Initiative

Description

Percentage of funding allocated

Impact

1:1 and small group targeted tutoring with PPG Teacher

Mainly focussed on literacy and mathematics skills. Bespoke programmes of work

10.1%

Pupils making greater progress in reading and maths learning.

1:1 and small group TA led interventions

Speech and Language, Literacy and Maths interventions

23%

Pupils making greater progress in reading, writing, speaking and listening and maths learning.

Small group early morning interventions

Maths intervention that takes place before school hours

1.2%

Pupils making greater progress in maths learning

In Class TA support and intervention

In class support with key skills development across the curriculum and positive behaviour support.

34%

Pupils making greater progress in learning across core and foundation subjects

Increased access to extra curricular provision

PPG pupils are subsidised to take part in after school clubs from external providers including Tennis, Football and ...

2%

Increased opportunities to take part in extra-curricular activities for pupils receiving PPG

Therapy 1:1

Art therapy and Play therapy is provided to ensure pupils are ready to learn

13%

Targeted pupils increasingly ready to learn and have visibly more confidence in school

Mindfulness group sessions

Meditation sessions are provided to ensure pupils are ready to learn

1.4%

Targeted pupils increasingly ready to learn and have visibly more confidence in school

Subsidised school trips

Pupils eligible for PPG have non-residential school trips subsidised

1%

Increased uptake of pupils in receipt of PPG on trips (100% of pupils)

Subsidy for residential trips

A 50% subsidy is offered to pupils in receipt of Free School Meals and available to other PPG pupils to take part in residential trips in years 5 and 6

3%

Increased uptake of pupils in receipt of PPG on residential trips in years 5 and 6

Lunchtime club

 

Sports clubs at lunchtimes with external coaches for targeted pupils

4.2%

 

 

Greater engagement with school and improved readiness to learn

Provision planning and monitoring

Targeting support to need, coordination of resources and monitoring of impact by PPG coordinator

7.1%

Pupils in receipt of PPG have pastoral and academic needs met through provision

Previous Years

Download details of how the school allocated its Pupil Premium funding for 2013-2014 and the impact of the expenditure on pupil achievement here.

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