St Peters Birstall

Life at St Peter's C of E Junior, Infant & Early Years School

Pupil Premium

Pupil premium statement

Pupil Premium strategy 2018-2019 including impact: St Peter's CE (VA) J I & EY School 

Pupil Premium allocation 2017-2018 including impact: St Peter's CE (VA) J I & EY School

Pupil Premium allocation 2016-2017 including impact: St Peter's CE (VA) J I & EY School

 

Pupil Premium allocation 2017-2018 including impact:  St Peter's CE (VA) J I & E Y School:

The Government gives schools extra money to support children entitled Free School Meals. Schools have a responsibility ti use this money to support these children in their learning.
This Pupil Premium funding is used to tackle disadvantage in order to support the pupils who need it most.
We have used part of our money to fund ETA hours to deliver intervention within school and to employ a full time Behaviour Improvement Officer. We have also enriched our 1 to 1 targeting of pupils throughout the year. We have also now employed a Family Support Worker.
We run early morning Booster Clubs with breakfast provided as well as after school booster sessions.
We have employed a qualified teachers and ETA to run an Easter School and a Summer School.
We also paid a qualified teacher and an ETA to run an after school gardening club for some of these children.

Allocation: £56,210                                    Average number of children supported: 48

How Pupil Premium has been spent

Approximate costs

Impact

Behaviour Improvement / learning mentor in post since 2014

 

Parent Liaison officer in post since September 2016

£37, 084

Data from the end of KS2 July 2018 shows that PP eligible children who worked with the Behaviour Improvement officer made improved progress on previous years. 80% of PP eligible children exited KS2 achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics compared with 69% in July 2017 and 50% in July 2016. This figure is significantly above PP children nationally and also above non eligible PP children nationally. Progress made by PP eligible children shows a continued improvement when compared with 2016, reading rose from 1.0 to 2.7, writing rose from -1.0 to -0.3 and mathematics rose from -1.1 to 5.3.


Data from the end of KS1 July 2018 shows that PP eligible children who worked with the Behaviour Improvement officer made improved progress on previous years. 40% of PP eligible children exited KS1 achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics compared with 75% in July 2017 and 43% in July 2016. This figure is in line with eligible PP children nationally.


Attendance figures from July 2018 show that 4.2% PP eligible children were persistant absentees (below 85%) during the academic year 2017-18. If the persistant absence threshold was set at 90% then this would apply to 10.4% of PP eligible children, still a significant reduction from 21.3% in 2015-16.

 

Overall, the attendance of PP eligible children rose from 94.2% in 2016 to 95.7% in 2017 and 94.9% in 2018.
Parent Liaison officer has been incredibly effective in improving attendance as part of her role.

Summer school for Key Stage 2


Summer school led by Mrs C Augustine (learning mentor) and supported by Miss N Walker 17 children attended.
All PP children from Year 4 and Year 5 were invited with 7 attending.
Main focus was to build self-esteem and self-management strategies and prepare the children for the autumn term.

£529 Self-esteem and self-management strategies for Pupil Premium eligible children were improved.
Improved attendance and attitude towards school and their own learning.
Attendance for all but one of the PP eligible pupils who attend summer school was 95%+ for the following term in school (Autumn 1 2018). The one children below this % attended a family holiday during autumn 1.
57% of the PP children had 100% attendance during Autumn 1.
71% of the PP children had a superior % attendance in Autumn 1 2018 compared with Autumn 1 2017.

Easter school for Year 6


Easter school led by Mrs E Warrior.
All eligable PP children (10) in Year 6 were invited.


The main focus of Easter school was to give targetted reading and mathematics support to improve the confidence of the children invited prior to the KS2 SATs tests.

£910 Self-confidence of Pupil Premium eligible children improved. These children were supported and given additional high quality teaching as appropriate. Improved attainment and progress above national averages in all subjects.
Data from the end of KS2 July 2018 shows that PP eligible children who attended Easter school had an average reading progress score of 2.7, a rise from 2.0 in July 2017 and higher when compared with the non-eligible PP children nationally whose progress score was 0.6. The progress score in mathematics saw a significant rise to 5.3 from 0 in 2017 and -0.6 in 2016.

1:1 tuition for targeted pupils
This is timetabled on a weekly basis throughout the academic year with all eligible PP children targetted in Year 6 and Year 2 cohorts.

£14,578 Self-confidence of Pupil Premium eligible children improved. These children were support and given additional high quality teaching as appropriate. Improved attainment and progress above national averages in all subjects.
Data from the end of KS2 July 2017 shows that PP eligible children who received 1:1 tuition made improved progress on previous years. 80% of PP eligible children exited KS2 achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics compared with 69% in July 2017 and 50% in July 2016. This figure is significantly above PP children nationally and also above non eligible PP children nationally. Progress made by PP eligible children shows a continued improvement when compared with 2016, reading rose from 1.0 to 2.7, writing rose from -1.0 to -0.3 and mathematics rose from -1.1 to 5.3.
Data from the end of KS1 July 2017 shows that PP eligible children who received 1:1 tuition made improved progress on previous years. 40% of PP eligible children exited KS1 achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics compared with 75% in July 2017 and 43% in July 2016. This figure is in line with eligible PP children nationally.

Booster classes
Led by Mrs E Warrior (Year 6 teacher) and Mrs A Broomhead (Year 5 teacher) weekly, throughout the academinc year. All PP eligible children attended booster classes for reading, writing and mathematics.

£6,698

 

Self-confidence of Pupil Premium eligible children improved. These children were support and given additional high quality teaching as appropriate. Data from the end of KS2 July 2017 shows that PP eligible children who attended the booster classes made improved progress on previous years. 80% of PP eligible children exited KS2 achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics compared with 69% in July 2017 and 50% in July 2016. This figure is significantly above PP children nationally and also above non eligible PP children nationally. Progress made by PP eligible children shows a continued improvement when compared with 2016, reading rose from 1.0 to 2.7, writing rose from -1.0 to -0.3 and mathematics rose from -1.1 to 5.3.

Breakfast club
x12 targeted children who were PP eligible were invited to attend the Breakfast club led by Mrs Augustine (learning mentor). Children are welcomed into a calm, friendly atmosphere and are fed and provided with emotional support as necessary.

Children’s basic needs are met. Children are fed and have the emotional support they need. Children are ready to make maximum progress.
The attendance for 10/12 pupils who attended breakfast club for the academic year 2017-18 was 90%+.
Unauthorised absence for 9/12 pupils who attended breakfast club was less than 2%.
All pupils who attended breakfast club had less than 7% late marks for the academic year. Half of the children who attended breakfast club had less than 1% late marks.

Reading workshops
These sessions were run by our nursery nurse on a weekly basis. They focussed on phonic recognition, blending and segmenting.
Pupils in year 1 were targetted including 3 PP eligible children.
Pupils in year 2 were targetted including 2 PP eligible children.

Self-confidence of Pupil Premium eligible children improved. These children were support and given additional high quality teaching as appropriate. Improved attainment and progress was evident for all PP children.
Phonics screening data shows that 69% of the Y1 children who had the additional support met the expected standard in phonics. Despite receiving additional support, 5 children failed to meet the standard, however each of these children made greater than expected progress.
33% (1 child) of the Y1 PP eligible children who had the additional support met their targets.
Phonics screening data shows that 83% of the Y2 children who had the additional support met the expected standard in phonics. Despite receiving additional support, 1 child failed to meet the standard, however they made greater than expected progress.
100% (1 child) of the Y2 PP eligible children who had the additional support met their targets.

Gardening Club
This club runs once a week throughout the academic year.
Two members of staff lead the club, one of whom is forest school trained.
PP eligible children are allocated places in the first instance.
x44 children attended during 2017-18.
x9 children were PP eligible.

£389 Self-esteem and self-management strategies for Pupil Premium eligible children improved.
Children learned about assessing and taking risks.
Improved attendance and attitude towards school and their own learning.
100% of the PP eligible children had less than 10% absence for the academic year 2017-18.
67% of the PP eligible children had less than 5% absence for the academic year 2017-18.