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Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

Gilded Hollins Community Primary School

Pupil Premium Strategy 2018-19

 

The Pupil Premium is additional funding provided to schools. It is allocated according to the number of pupils who are eligible for free school meals (FSM). A smaller amount is allocated according to the children of service families, and a further allocation is made for pupils who have been ‘Looked After’ (in care).

The Government believes that the Pupil Premium is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals and their peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it the most.

In 2012, funding was extended to include pupils who have been eligible for free school meals within the past 6 years. This is known as ‘Ever 6’.

It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility. However, schools are to be held accountable for how they have used the additional funding to support pupils from low-income families. Measures in the annual performance tables capture the achievement of those pupils covered by the Pupil Premium.

Below is a summary of Pupil Premium expenditure during 2016-2017 and the impact this had on pupil progress. Additionally, information is also provided for how Gilded Hollins plans to use this year’s Pupil Premium allocation in 2018-2019. Please note: Pupil Premium pupils are now termed ‘Disadvantaged’.

 

In 2018-19 the Pupil Premium allocation is £1,320 per child, £2,300 for Previously Looked After Children (PLAC), and £300 for services children.

 

‘It is for schools to decide on how the pupil premium, allocated to schools per free schools meal pupil, is spent since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupil within their responsibility.’

Department for Education Website

 

At Gilded Hollins Mr D Nash, the Headteacher, has overall strategic responsibility for the Pupil Premium. He is supported by the Deputy Headteacher, Mrs C Burns.

Our Pupil Premium Governor, Mrs Liz Haworth (Chair of Governors) meets with Mr Nash to plan, monitor and review the Pupil and Sports Premium provision.

 

In 2017-18 Gilded Hollins received a total of £10,860 Pupil Premium funding including an additional £300 Service Child allocation.

As of September 2018, the number of Pupil Premium children on roll is 13, made up of a combination of the various eligibility categories.

 

 

 

 

Barriers to learning for disadvantaged pupils in our school community

All Gilded Hollins' pupils are respected as unique individuals. We recognise, therefore, that our disadvantaged pupils each face individual circumstances that could prevent them from fulfilling their potential.

However, in general terms, many of the barriers faced by our children could fall under the headings below:

  • Experiential deprivation
  • Poor language acquisition due to limited experiences in early childhood and beyond
  • Limited access to educational enhancement experiences such as visits out, participation in physical activities, residential holiday opportunities
  • Limited perseverance, resilience and aspiration
  • Attendance
  • Behaviour i.e. pupils with specific social and emotional needs which impact on learning
  • SEND cognition and learning difficulties
  • Health

We aim to tackle each need individually, offering bespoke support for each pupil. For example, if a disadvantaged family is unable to afford the cost of an educational visit, we will fund attendance on that trip; if a disadvantaged pupil arrives at school without having had breakfast, we offer a funded place at our Breakfast Buddies club; if a disadvantaged family alerts us to the fact that they cannot afford to replace uniform, we will offer financial help from that child's funding.

 

Impact of Pupil Premium on standards and pupil wellbeing

Detailed below is a breakdown of pupil achievement in 2017–18 in the areas of reading, writing and maths. School was allocated £10,860 for this period. Please note, actual numbers for eligible children differs from each cohort and is relatively small in each. This can significantly skew percentage figures.

 

Attainment

Year 1 Phonics Screen 2018:

No disadvantaged pupils took the 2018 Phonics Screen

 

Year Two SATs 2018

No disadvantaged pupils re-took the 2018 Phonics Screen

 

Year Six SATs 2018 (the following data is based on three disadvantaged pupils. Please note: a sample as small as this is not usually considered statistically viable)

 

Maths:

Gilded Hollins pupils achieving the expected standard: 83%

Pupils nationally achieving the expected standard: 76%

Gilded Hollins Disadvantaged pupils achieving the expected standard: 33%

National Disadvantaged pupils achieving the expected standard: 80%

 

Reading:

Gilded Hollins pupils achieving the expected standard: 90%

Pupils nationally achieving the expected standard: 75%

Gilded Hollins Disadvantaged pupils achieving the expected standard: 100%

National Disadvantaged pupils achieving the expected standard: 80%

 

Writing (Teacher Assessed):

Gilded Hollins pupils achieving the expected standard: 90%

Pupils nationally achieving the expected standard: 78%

Gilded Hollins Disadvantaged pupils achieving the expected standard: 67%

National Disadvantaged pupils achieving the expected standard: 83%

 

English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling test:

Gilded Hollins pupils achieving the expected standard: 90%

Pupils nationally achieving the expected standard: 78%

Gilded Hollins Disadvantaged pupils achieving the expected standard: 67%

National Disadvantaged pupils achieving the expected standard: 82%

 

Combined (Reading, Writing and Maths):

Gilded Hollins pupils achieving the expected standard in all three subjects: 77%

Pupils nationally achieving the expected standard in all three subjects: 64%

Gilded Hollins Disadvantaged pupils achieving the expected standard in all three subjects: 33%

National Disadvantaged pupils achieving the expected standard: 70%

 

Progress (3 pupils)

Maths:

Progress score from KS1 to KS2 for all Gilded Hollins pupils: 0.33

Progress score from KS1 to KS2 for Gilded Hollins disadvantaged pupils: - 2.43

 

Reading:

Progress score from KS1 to KS2 for all Gilded Hollins pupils: 0.35

Progress score from KS1 to KS2 for Gilded Hollins disadvantaged pupils: 0.02

 

Writing:

Progress score from KS1 to KS2 for all Gilded Hollins pupils: 1.35

Progress score from KS1 to KS2 for Gilded Hollins disadvantaged pupils: 2.86

 

Average Scaled Scores (data only available for Reading and Maths):

Reading:

Average Scaled Score for all Gilded Hollins pupils: 105.6

Average Scaled Score for Gilded Hollins disadvantaged pupils: 102.3

Average Scaled Score for all pupils nationally: 105.0

Average Scaled Score for all disadvantaged pupils nationally: 106.1

 

Maths:

Average Scaled Score for all Gilded Hollins pupils: 105.0

Average Scaled Score for Gilded Hollins disadvantaged pupils: 99.3

Average Scaled Score for all pupils nationally: 104.4

Average Scaled Score for all disadvantaged pupils nationally: 105.4

 

2018-2019

Pupil Premium allocation: £18,140

How the money will be spent through…

  • Providing extra support and intervention by Teachers or Learning Support Assistants outside core lessons.
  • One-to-one and small group tuition programmes provided outside the school day i.e. before or after school
  • Participation in other intervention programmes identified and organised by the SENCO in partnership with class teachers e.g. spelling or reading or phonics.
  • Purchasing specialist equipment.
  • Providing specialist professional development for both Teachers and Learning Support Assistants.
  • Funding Learning Mentor time for additional reading or nurture interventions.
  • Supporting pupils to attend our annual residential visits
  • Supporting attendance on school trips, swimming lessons and extra-curricular activities
  • Purchasing reading books to promote reading and to fund other opportunities to boost learning.
  • Supporting individual musical instrument tuition.
  • Funding and maintaining ICT programs and apps for iPads.

Monitoring the impact of the Pupil Premium on Disadvantaged pupils

Feedback will be given to the governing body each term and progress will be a priority at termly Pupil Progress Meetings between members of the senior Leadership team and teaching staff. Tracking grids will clearly chart the progress of identified pupils at regular intervals. Gilded Hollins’ Chair of Governors, Mrs Liz Haworth, has responsibility for Pupil Premium and meets with the Pupil Premium Lead (Mr D Nash, Headteacher) to monitor spending and progress.

 

In order to overcome the barriers faced by our disadvantaged pupils at Gilded Hollins, we intend to invest our allocation as follows:

Please note: These allocations may be amended according to need as the year progresses.

 

 

2015/16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

1:1 tuition

£1,050

£1,200

£1,500

 

£500

Residential trips and school visits

£2,039

£3,000

£1,200

£400

Additional LSA support inc. phonics delivery through specific intervention

£2,892.06

£2,000

£2,000

 

 

£2000

Targeted adult support

Learning Mentor nurture and other support for four pupils £1,300

Partial funding of teaching assistants to provide support £11,000

Learning Mentor nurture and other support for four pupils £750

Partial funding of teaching assistants to provide support £11,463

Partial funding of teaching assistants to provide support £5,000

Partial funding of teaching assistants to provide support £10,000

Phonics training

(Soundswrite)

One teaching assistant

£500

Two Learning Support Assistants

£1000

Miss Fallon, Mrs McGill and Mrs Redding £1,500. An additional staff member may attend later in the year.

 

N/A

ICT Programs

£150

Phonics Play

£350

Phonics Play

£1,100

Phonics Play and IXL Maths

 

£500

Phonics Play

iPads – Apps purchased for Pupil Premium

N/A

£3,500

iPad mini and apps

N/A

 

£500

Reading materials

£1,240 home readers aimed primarily at pupil premium

£500

£200

 

£1000

Breakfast Club

12 pupils @ £12.50 per week for 190 days £5,850.

 

2 pupils @ £12.50 per week for 190 days £950

plus five less regular pupils £1,200

1 pupil @ £12.50 per week for 190 days £425

plus three less regular pupils £600

 

1 pupil @ £12.50 per week for 190 days £425

plus three less regular pupils £700

Learning Mentor reading

£380 ( x two pupils)

N/A

N/A

 

N/A

1:1 reading

£350, pupils twice weekly with Welfare Assistants

£200, one pupil twice weekly with Welfare Assistants

N/A

£500, pupils twice weekly with Welfare Assistants

Music tuition

£2,200

£2,000

£1,000

 

£1,500

Swimming

£320

£500

£300

 

 

£300

After school clubs

£200

£300

£300

£300

Total

£27,271.06

(Pupil Premium was £26,700)

£28,913

(Expected Pupil Premium £26,700)

£14,025

(Expected Pupil Premium £10,860)

 

£18,200

(Expected Pupil Premium £18,140)

 

Review

Gilded Hollins School Governors with responsibility for Pupil Premium will review our 2018-19 strategy in Autumn Term 2018 and again in the Summer Term 2019. The efficacy of our Pupil Premium Strategy will be measured via analysing the attainment and progress of the pupils to whom it applies; and consideration of the impact on other barriers where appropriate. This could include: attendance and punctuality data, investigating behaviour logs, pupil health and wellbeing questionnaires, discussion with the school learning mentor, consideration of attendance at after-school and before-school clubs, rates of participation in music tuition, and analysis of attendance on residential trips and other visits.

 

Sports Premium: Mrs J Boardman, our Subject Governor for P.E. reviews the Sports Premium twice yearly.

 

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