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Pupil Premium Funding 2013 - 14

Stoke Primary School

Pupil premium grant expenditure: 2013/14


2013-14 – Allocation and Planned Spend
Stoke Primary will receive £126,000 for the financial year. The monies have been allocated as follows:

 

  • Additional qualified teacher input to support targeted interventions and to help remove barriers to learning for vulnerable pupils
  • Additional support staff – including targeted work by learning mentors and Learning Support Assistants in intervention (such as speech & language, Reading programmes) across the Early Years Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2
  • Maths 1st class @ number intervention in year 2.
  • Enrichment Activities –subsidies for targeted eligible pupils for music tuition, extra curricular clubs and trips
  • Time for You counselling service to work with vulnerable groups of children
  • 1:1 English / Maths tuition for vulnerable children
  • Extra Learning Support Assistant in each year group to deliver interventions


The school uses a range of data to evaluate the ongoing impact of current Pupil Premium funding including looking at children’s progress at Pupil Progress Meetings, monitoring the effectiveness of intervention programmes, and checking on children’s ability to access out of school activities. Similarly, at Personal Education Plan meetings for Looked After Children, there are discussion about the use and impact of the Pupil Premium.


Overview of the School

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll 461
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 132
Amount of PPG received per year £953
Total amount of PPG received £126,000

 

       
Provisional Data -

Previous performance comparison at KS2 of disadvantaged pupils

(pupils eligible for free school meals or in local authority care for at least 6 months)

End of Key Stage 2 Results 2012 2013

2014

(provisional data)

% making expected progress in reading (reported English only) 82% 95%
% making expected progress in writing 88% 96%
% making expected progress in maths 89% 94% 91%
% achieving level 4 in reading (reported English only) 74% 87%
% achieving level 4 in writing 74% 69%
% achieving level 4 in maths 74% 74% 87%
% achieving level 5 in reading (reported English only) 11% 30%
% achieving level 5 in writing 5% 9%
% achieving level 5 in maths 5% 16% 17%

 

Narrowing the Gap - disadvantaged pupils compared with non-disadvantaged pupils at KS2
End of Key Stage 2 Results 2013 in-school gap

2014 in-school gap

(provisional data)

% making expected progress in reading 82% vs 80% +2% 95% vs 90% +5%
% making expected progress in writing 88% vs 89% -1% 95% vs 92% +3%
% making expected progress in maths 94% vs 94% 0% 91% vs 86% +5%
% achieving level 4 in reading 74% vs 71% +3% 87% vs 76% +9%
% achieving level 4 in writing 74% vs 80% -6% 70% vs 66% +4%
% achieving level 4 in maths 74% vs 83% -9% 87% vs 78% +9%
% achieving level 5 in reading 11% vs 29% -18% 30% vs 28% +2%
% achieving level 5 in writing 5% vs 22% -17% 9% vs 19% -10%
% achieving level 5 in maths 16% vs 32% -16% 17% vs 31% -14%

                 
The table above shows that we have successfully closed the gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils in all attainment measures apart from the % achieving of disadvantaged pupils level 5 in writing and maths. This will be a focus for the next academic year.


We recognise from the data that non enough disadvantaged children achieve level 5 compared to non-disadvantaged children in writing and maths. This will be an action for the future.


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