Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium 2016/17

Pupil Premium 2016/17

Number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium Grant on roll in 2016/17 = 16

Grant = £23,020

The following table summarises interventions identified by staff, based on detailed assessment of need and on previous successful interventions. Some pupils are in need of more than one intervention.

Priority Development Proposed Intervention(s) Frequency / Timescale Cost Impact
Speech & Language

 

1:1 S&L targets

I pad apps

I pad apps

3 x 20 mins per  wk additional sessions (currently twice a week) x 7 pupils L3 TA £12.81 per hour x 1 hr  per wk x 7 pupils x 39 wks = £3,497.13 Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in Speaking and Listening
Forming secure attachments

 

Play Therapy Daily x 5 pupils

 

L3 TA £12.81 per hour x 30 minutes per day x 5 pupils x 5 days x 39 wks = £6,084.75

 

 

Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in PSED
Communication

 

PECs 1:1 sessions

 

3 x 20 mins per wk additional sessions (currently twice a week) x 2 pupils HLTA £15.47 per hour x 1 hr per week x 2 pupils x 39 wks = £1,206.66 Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in Speaking and Reading
Sensory processing

 

Sensory snacks

 

Sensory Integration

As needed x 4 pupils

 

2 x 15 mins per wk additional sessions x 10 pupils

No additional cost

 

HLTA £15.47 per hr x 30 mins  per wk x 10 pupils  x 39 wks = £3,016.65

Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in PSED
Reading

 

Reading group Daily x 2 pupils L3 TA £12.81 per hour x 30 minutes per day x 190 days = £1,216.95 Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in Reading
Listening skills

 

Daily x 3 pupils L3 TA £12.81 per hour x 1 hr per day x 190 days = £2,433.90 Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in Listening
Rebound

 

1 x 30 mins per week x 13 pupils 7.735 HLTA £15.47 per hr x 30 mins  per wk x 13 pupils  x 39 wks = £3,921.65 Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in Communication, Speaking, Listening, PD and PSED
Social / Emotional Sharing / turn taking

Engaging with adults

Appropriate play with peers

Confidence in small groups

Daily x 2 pupils

Daily x 1 pupil

Daily x 7 pupils

Daily x 1 pupil

L3 TA £12.81 per hour x 1 hr per day x 190 = £2,433.90 Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in PSED
TOTAL:   £23,811.58

Pupil Premium 2015/16

Review of Pupil Premium 2015/16

The Department for Education introduced Pupil Premium in April 2011. It is allocated to schools to work with pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years; for pupils in care who are looked after; and for children of parents in the armed services. We had 0 child in the looked after children category during 2015/16, and 17 children in receipt of PPG.

The government believes that schools should decide how to use the Pupil Premium. We are held accountable for the decisions we make through comparing achievements and performance of children in receipt of the Pupil Premium with their peers.  Here at Broadmeadow we evaluate the impact on pupils’ progress using P Scale data from the previous academic year, in this case 2015/16 – 17 children (15 boys and 2 girls).

 

Pupil Premium Financial Information (Grant from DfE)

  2013/2014 2014/15 2015/16
Pupils in receipt of  Pupil Premium 19/53 = 35% 19/52 = 36% 17/52 = 33%
Grant received from DfE £19,475 £22,700 £23,760

 

We provide targeted support for those pupils eligible for Pupil Premium funding as follows:

Intervention Cost
Language & Literacy support (staff) £6,132.36
Picture Exchange Communication System (staff + resources) £6,973.20
Sensory Integration (staff) £8,135.40
Emotional well-being / mental health £3,486.60
Eating difficulties £1,236.30
Home Learning x 17 children £2,905.50
Overall cost of interventions for Pupil Premium £28,869.36
Difference between cost of interventions & PPG – met from school budget £5,109.36

 

Number of pupils in receipt of interventions:

Pupil Premium Home Learning PECs Language & Literacy Sensory Integration Eating Emotional wellbeing
17 17 12 11 7 4 3

 

Impact of Pupil Premium 2015/16:

In year progress of children in the year 15-16 Reading Writing Speaking Listening Number U&A
Average no of split levels of progress of children in receipt of pupil premium (15 pupils) 7 3 4 6 6 4
Average no of split levels of pupils not in receipt of pupil premium (39 pupils) 8 4 6 6 6 6
Average no of split levels of all children in school (54 pupils) 8 4 5 6 6 5
In year progress of children in the year 15-16 SSM Science ICT PE PSHE
Average no of split levels of progress of children in receipt of pupil premium (15 pupils) 4 5 4 5 7
Average no of split levels of pupils not in receipt of pupil premium (39 pupils) 6 6 6 5 7
Average no of split levels of all children in school (54 pupils) 5 6 5 5 7
  • Green = Outstanding Progress
  • Amber = Good Progress

Pupil Premium 2015/16

Number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium Grant on roll in 2015/16 = 17

Grant = £23,760

The following table summarises interventions identified by staff, based on detailed assessment of need and on previous successful interventions. Some pupils are in need of more than one intervention.

Priority Development Proposed Intervention(s) Frequency / Timescale Cost Impact
Speech & Language 1:1 S&L targets 3 x 20 mins per wk additional

sessions (currently twice a week) x 8 pupils

£4,648.80 Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in Speaking and Listening
Mark making Finger fitness programme

Dough disco

3 x 20 mins per wk additional sessions x 3 pupils £1,483.56 Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in Writing
Forming secure

attachments

Play Therapy Twice weekly x 3 pupils £3,486.60 Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in PSED
Communication PECs 1:1 sessions 3 x 20 mins per wk additional

sessions (currently twice a week) x

12 pupils

£6,973.20 Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in Speaking and Reading
Eating difficulties Fun with food programme 30 minutes daily x 4 pupils £1,236.30 Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in PSED
Sensory processing Cool kids

 

Sensory snacks

 

Sensory Integration

3 x 20 mins per wk additional

sessions x 7 pupils

 

As needed x 7 pupils

 

3 x 20 mins per wk additional sessions x 7 pupils

£4,067.70

 

 

No additional cost

 

£4,067.70

Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in PSED
Sensory defensiveness Opportunities for a range

of sensory experiences

Daily x 2 pupils No additional cost Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels in PSED
Home Learning Linked to Termly Outcomes Every two weeks x 17 pupils £2,905.50 Pupils will achieve at least 3 split P Scale levels on average.
TOTAL:   £28,869.36

Pupil Premium 2014/15

Pupil Premium 2014/15

The Department for Education introduced Pupil Premium in April 2011. It is allocated to schools to work with pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years; for pupils in care who are looked after; and for children of parents in the armed services. We had 1 child in the looked after children category during 2014/15, and 19 children in receipt of FSM.

The government believes that schools should decide how to use the Pupil Premium. We are held accountable for the decisions we make through comparing achievements and performance of children in receipt of the Pupil Premium with their peers. Here at Broadmeadow we evaluate the impact on pupils’ progress using P Scale data from the previous academic year, in this case 2014/15 – 19 children (17 boys and 2 girls).

Pupil Premium Financial Information (Grant from DfE)

2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/15
Pupils in receipt of  Pupil Premium 15/52 = 29% 19/53 = 35% 19/52 = 36%
Grant received from DfE £13,500 £19,475 £22,700

 

We provide targeted support for those pupils eligible for Pupil Premium funding as follows:

Intervention Cost
Rebound Therapy (staff) £2,440.90
Picture Exchange Communication System (staff + resources) £6,492.60
Sensory Integration (staff) £10,247.86
After School Club sessions subsidised for pupil premium pupils x 35 sessions £1,907.32
Home Learning x 17 children £1,692.99
Overall cost of interventions for Pupil Premium £22,781.67
Difference between cost of interventions & PPG  – met from school budget £81.67

 

Home Learning Rebound Sensory Integration PECs After School Club
Pupil Premium

36%

89% (17/19) 95% (18/19) 95% (18/19) 74% (14/19) 37% (7/19)
Non PP

66%

52% (16/31) 87% (27/31) 74% (23/31) 68% (21/31) 39% (12/31)

 

In year progress of cohorts in average numbers of split levels for 14-15

  Reading Writing Speaking Listening Number Using & Applying
PP (18 Pupils) Average no of split levels of progress 8 6 6 5 8 5
Not PP (31 Pupils) Average no of split levels of progress 6 6 5 6 6 4
Average no of split levels of progress for whole school (49 pupils) 7 6 6 6 7 5
  SSM Science ICT PE PSHE Average Overall 
PP (18 Pupils) Average no of split levels of progress 5 5 6 5 6 6
Not PP (31 Pupils) Average no of split levels of progress 7 5 5 5 6 5
Average no of split levels of progress for whole school (49 pupils) 6 6 6 5 6 6