Pupil Premium & Sports Premium

Sports Premium - 2017 / 2018

Swimming Competency of Year 6 2017 – 2018

Our Year 6 pupils attended Birtley Swimming Pool weekly during the Autumn and Spring Terms.

At the  end of their swimming lessons, 100% of our pupils were able to:

  • Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres
  • Use a range of strokes effectively
  • Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

Following the 2012 Olympics the Government provided extra funding for Primary Schools. The purpose of the extra funding is to improve outcomes for all students in physical well being, PE and sports activities.

School’s must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.

This means that we should use the premium to:

  • develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers
  • build capacity and capability within the school to ensure that improvements made now will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

There are 5 key indicators that schools should expect to see improvement across:

  • the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school
  • the profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement
  • increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  • broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  • increased participation in competitive sport

For more details on how we plan to use the Sport Premium allocation in 2017-2018 please click the link below.

Sport Premium Funding planned spend 2017-2018

To see how we spent our Sports Premium allocation last year please click the link below:

Sport Premium Funding 2016-2017

Pupil Premium - 2017 / 2018

Please find below our plans and ongoing evaluations  for our Pupil Premium allocation. The current information runs from Sept 2017 and as been reviewed at our first assessment point in December.   A breakdown of interventions running to AP1 (December 2017) is available below, along with our aims and objectives for the year and a more detailed evaluation of the 2016 – 2017 academic year beneath that.  Interventions are constantly evaluated and reviewed, and as such allocations may alter across the term. An updated version of the allocation will be drawn up as a result of the final review in July.

Summary of main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at the school

Every child is different, and their barriers to learning and achievement are just as diverse, and because of this fact we view each child as an individual and produce an individual plan for each child, indicating how the allocated funds will be used to overcome these barriers. Having said that, there are some common barriers which exist for many of our pupils. These include:

  • Poor oral language skills – (especially disadvantaged boys)
  • Low attendance / family support.
  • Lack of engagement with learning.
  • Low aspirations, and a lack in belief of what can be achieved.
  • Low self confidence and self esteem.
  • Difficulty in forming relationships with peers.

Our individual plans aim to tackle these and other barriers to learning across all key stages.

AP3 Evaluation of Provision July 2018

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll (excl. N) 167
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 34

(Inc. to 40 for Term 3)

Amount of PPG received per pupil
Total amount of PPG received £49,000
Three Year pattern for eligibility
2015 – 2016 29 /147 (20%)
2016 – 2017 32 /140 (22%)
2017 – 2018 34 / 146 (23%)
2017 – 2018 (Term 3) 40 / 167 (24%)
 

Barriers to learning

Summary of main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at the school

Every child is different, and their barriers to learning and achievement are just as diverse, and because of this fact we view each child as an individual and produce an individual plan for each child, indicating how the allocated funds will be used to overcome these barriers. Having said that, there are some common barriers which exist for many of our pupils. These include:

  • Poor oral language skills – (especially disadvantaged boys)
  • Low attendance / family support.
  • Lack of engagement with learning.
  • Low aspirations, and a lack in belief of what can be achieved.
  • Low self-confidence and self-esteem.
  • Difficulty in forming relationships with peers.
Summary of PPG spending
Objectives in spending PPG:

The main objectives of the PPG funding for the 2017 / 2018 academic year are;

1 – To close attainment gaps in all core subjects to within 1 point (1 term) across all cohorts.

2 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth in maths by 10% by July 18

3 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth in reading by 10% by July  18

3 – To decrease the percentage of behaviour sanctions attributed to disadvantaged pupils by 10% by July 18

4 – To increase the percentage of outstanding lessons to >50% by July 2017

5 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils who have positive attitude to reading by 30%

Projection of actions for this academic year:

Please note – Salary costings are projections for the academic year unless linked to specific intervention programs. In those cases the number of weeks will be indicated, with the intervention planned to run from Sept 17 to AP1

(See costed provision mapping for additional details)

Lexia reading support – £5874

ASC Provision – £1530

1:1 Provision – £1950

Attendance support – £1694.70

Additional comprehension support – £2466.41

Direct behaviour support – £2702.00

GTMA development writing – £781.76 (12 week provision)

GTMA development maths – £977.20 (12 week provision)

Homework support – £1182.16

Review meetings – £3126.72

Meemo – £820.84

SPAG and general literacy support – £813.42

Family liaison – £7938.69

Break time support (TA and teacher)  – £1855.44

Change 4 life club – £363.56 (12 week provision)

Breakfast club – £792.75

Yard Crew – £ 97.68

Happy 2 be me – £180.80

1% salary increase from 2017 – 2018 – £262.94

SLT PP lead role – £1270.23

£ 34731.27 projection allocated to staffing costs

Outcomes to date:

1 – To close attainment gaps in all core subjects to within 1 point (1 term) across all cohorts.

Widest gap stands at -1.00 (Year 3 reading) All other gaps are within the 1 point target, although most gaps have widened across this academic year slightly.

2 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth in maths by 10% by July 18

The proportion of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth increased by 12% across the school this academic year. Disadvantaged pupils with the capacity to become more able had been identified on the shadow register and received additional support in order to work towards this target. This has included working on MeeMo to increase working memory and additional challenges through maths for the most able resources being used in all year groups.  

3 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth in reading by 10% by July  18

All PP children have been enrolled on Lexia for this academic year. Tracking indicates that 4 additional children are currently working at greater depth across the school, giving a 12% increase to the total pupils working at greater depth.

3 – To decrease the percentage of behaviour sanctions attributed to disadvantaged pupils by 10% by July 18

With a starting position of 19% of sanctions being attributed to 22% of the school population, PP children received relatively fewer sanctions than their non PP peers. This academic year we were looking to reduce this figure further by reducing it by another 2-3% (This being a greater than 10% reduction.)  At AP1, 15% of sanctions were attributed to PP children with PP children accounting for 23% of the population. This drop is partly due to two children who are non-pp receiving a high number of sanctions, but also due to the fact that PP children were only given 28 sanctions in total across the term, this being down from a figure of 47 in the same period last year. At AP2 this figure had dropped to 14% of sanctions with 25 incidences. Unfortunately, at AP3 this figure jumped to 29% with 35 incidences. Half of these incidences can be attributed to two children within one class (Year 1) who are receiving ongoing support to improve their behavior. It should also be noted that PP as a percentage of the school population increased to 27% in term 3 due to changes on the register. The total number of incidences within the school population also fell from 178 to 118 during the summer term which exacerbated the problem.

4 – To increase the percentage of outstanding lessons to >50% by July 2018

Work continues to build on the quality of teaching from the last academic year. Lesson observations from the Summer term indicate that we are on track to achieve this objective, and lesson observations and peer support will continue this term to work towards this target. This judgement was validated by the SIP.

5 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils who have positive attitude to reading by 30%

Summer term, 79% of PP pupils had positive attitudes to reading. 80% of the pupils who did not have a positive attitude to reading were boys. This will be a focus for PP spending for the next academic year.

Initial allocations of PPG funding 2017 2018

Item/project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

ASC provision £1530 To allow children to complete their homework with support in school in order to increase completion and hand in rate.

This will be limited to two hours per week per pupil, with additional sessions allocated on a needs basis.

This continues to be a valuable and well used resource for parents and pupils. Hand in rates for homework remain high.
Lexia Reading £5874.

£1,100

Allocation of licenses continued to the end of the academic year. Majority of pupils who were allocated a lexia licence and engaged with the product made good progress. For example, in Year 6, all pupils who met their target time on lexia achieved at least the expected standard in SPAG in the end of key stage SATs.  66.4% of these pupils also achieved greater depth in the subject.
English for the more able (writing) £781.76

£395.00

(resource)

To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth – used in intervention groups One pupil targeted for GTMA writing class in Year 6 – unfortunately did not achieve greater depth. May be a need for separated targeted writing support for shadow groups to help them make the step to working at greater depth.
SPaG.com £142.00 Diagnostic testing tool to support SPaG planning and development – extended across UKS2 to support the development of SPAg. Pupils in Y6 used as part of their spag revision.
Maths for the most able (GTMA) £977.20

£395.00

Group writing support to address pupil review objectives Used across Year 2 3 and 4 in the summer term. Used primarily to increase challenge within lessons.
Comprehension success strategies £27.99

(resources)

£2466.41

Used in whole class and target group situations to develop comprehension strategies to support the development of reading. Used as a key focus in guided reading and target groups. Although gaps closed in term 1, some gaps have started to open again in term 2.
Premier League Primary Stars TBC Intervention program to improve engagement with boys in UKS2 and developing their reading habits. Not delivered due to staffing issues.
Literacy box £46.55 To develop greater independence and practice taught comprehension strategies. Used more effectively across KS2 to support reading development.
Cracking comprehension £222.72 Additional comprehension resources and assessment materials Used effectively across Ks2 as part of guided reading group work.
Cracking comprehension online £600

(resources)

To support the independent development of comprehension strategies at home. Trial lapsed – not seen to offer any additional benefit.
Phonic development and early reading support £108.77 Additional reading sessions for Year 1 children to boost phonic development Progress of reading in Y1 good – supported phonic development and avoiding gaps before they start to open.
Clicker6 and laptops £400 licenses To develop more positive attitudes to writing in target children and offer scaffolding and support. Laptops are also available to use at home to support homework. Extened to some Y3 pupils and one child in Y1 to support engagement.
Attendance awards / shop £300.00 Rewards and incentives for good attendance to target increase in PP attendance from 89.2% to PP target of 95% PP attendance currently 95% – children keen to earn points.
Pupil Premium review meetings £1172.54 To build links with currently disengaged parents and families. To work with families to identify barriers to learning. Completed term 2 – continue into new academic year.
Meemo £650.00

(Resource lic)

£820.84

Intervention linked to abacus scheme of work used selectively to address pupil premium review targets Where used, shows an increase in working memory for the majority of children who use it. Detailed separate evaluation of available.
Behaviour work  – class based £2702 Behaviour work with designated support staff to reduce the risk exclusion with targeted PP children. Most behavior remains good for PP children. Two children have seen an increase in sanctions across the final term leading to support plans, monitoring forms and in one case an EHCP application.
Behaviour work – Additional play based opportunities. £1855.44 Two additional sessions of play leader support at lunch times to promote better play and therefore better behaviour. Break time behavior much better – need to look at alternative for Autumn term due to changes in staffing.
Family liaison £1016.18 Additional daily / weekly meetings with parents and carers of targeted PP children to increase engagement, raise attainment, and develop practical support at home for children.  As required but important point of contact across the school.
Attendance support £496.99 Clerical support to monitor and liaise with parents of PP children with attendance concerns. Attendance remains above 95% for PP children. 3 PP children fell within the PA category.(1 due to holiday at end of term)  Action plans are in place to support these families in the new academic year.
Behaviour support 1:1 on yards £1553.16 1:1 support for three PP children to reduce the risk of exclusion, improve attendance, and reintegrate children socially onto the yards and in the lunch hall. Working well – sanctions down to 3 for all three children across AP1.
Y6 SAT booster 1:1 £225.48 1:1 intervention with six children in the spring term to boost levels of attainment in mathematics Maths intervention worked well with all children at least achieving the expected standard at the end of KS2.
Mymaths £72.50 To increase independence in all PP children when addressing their personal targets All Y6 children using this effectively to support their revision.
Staff development – Key CPD £114.28 CPD bank for Autumn term looking at growth mindset. Completed – to revist with whole school 18/19
Homework support – school day £607.27 Additional homework support for years 1 and 2 through the school day. Can be used in addition to, or instead of, ASC provision Ongoing
Learning mentor support £6902.44 Weekly 1:1 meetings with PP children with their designated learning mentor to review progress and next steps. Can be used to review attendance behaviour plans and targets. Can also involve parents if required. Focus was more on UKS2 in the summer term. Worked well for the pupils involved, but need additional resources to roll it out across all year groups.
Targeted numeracy support – pre teaching £130.28 Targeted where required Completed with Y6 children for maths – good progress and achievement in this cohort.
Hornet intervention £286.21 Phonic intervention for KS2 pupils to support behaviour and social development. Used where appropriate in KS1 – PIVATS assessments used to judge progress.
Change 4 Life £11.30 Enrolment on school’s change 4 life program to promote physical development and personal well being. Continues to work well with targeted pupils at lunch times.
Breakfast club £792.75 Funding breakfast club for targeted pupils to increase attendance, punctuality and engagement. Continues to be well attended. Targeted pupils show increased attendance and punctuality.
Yard Crew development £97.68 Development of yard crew to promote good behaviour and interaction at break time. Also aimed at targeted pupils to increase their participation rates in sport. Yard crew organising a range of physical activities which have helped to reduce the number of sanctions.
SLT PP lead role £1270.23 Funding allocated to co-ordinate provision for PP children Ongoing
Lexia ASC £351.94 Staffing costs allocated to lexia ASC two hours per week – targeted children invited to attend. All attending pupils made good progress. Increased number of children hitting their weekly time target and making good progress as a result.
CLPE training £500 (course and resources)

£1200 (cover)

Two staff enrolled on EEF subsidised course, Improving Literacy, Changing lives. (4 days this academic year) Ongoing

AP2 Evaluation of Provision April 2018

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll (excl. N) 167
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 34

(Inc. to 40 for Term 3)

Amount of PPG received per pupil
Total amount of PPG received £49,000
Three Year pattern for eligibility
2015 – 2016 29 /147 (20%)
2016 – 2017 32 /140 (22%)
2017 – 2018 34 / 146 (23%)
2017 – 2018 (Term 3) 40 / 167 (24%)
 

Barriers to learning

Summary of main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at the school

Every child is different, and their barriers to learning and achievement are just as diverse, and because of this fact we view each child as an individual and produce an individual plan for each child, indicating how the allocated funds will be used to overcome these barriers. Having said that, there are some common barriers which exist for many of our pupils. These include:

  • Poor oral language skills – (especially disadvantaged boys)
  • Low attendance / family support.
  • Lack of engagement with learning.
  • Low aspirations, and a lack in belief of what can be achieved.
  • Low self-confidence and self-esteem.
  • Difficulty in forming relationships with peers.

 

 

Summary of PPG spending
Objectives in spending PPG:

The main objectives of the PPG funding for the 2017 / 2018 academic year are;

1 – To close attainment gaps in all core subjects to within 1 point (1 term) across all cohorts.

2 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth in maths by 10% by July 18

3 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth in reading by 10% by July  18

3 – To decrease the percentage of behaviour sanctions attributed to disadvantaged pupils by 10% by July 18

4 – To increase the percentage of outstanding lessons to >50% by July 2017

5 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils who have positive attitude to reading by 30%

Projection of actions for this academic year:

Please note – Salary costings are projections for the academic year unless linked to specific intervention programs. In those cases the number of weeks will be indicated, with the intervention planned to run from Sept 17 to AP1

(See costed provision mapping for additional details)

Lexia reading support – £5874

ASC Provision – £1530

1:1 Provision – £1950

Attendance support – £1694.70

Additional comprehension support – £2466.41

Direct behaviour support – £2702.00

GTMA development writing – £781.76 (12 week provision)

GTMA development maths – £977.20 (12 week provision)

Homework support – £1182.16

Review meetings – £3126.72

Meemo – £820.84

SPAG and general literacy support – £813.42

Family liaison – £7938.69

Break time support (TA and teacher)  – £1855.44

Change 4 life club – £363.56 (12 week provision)

Breakfast club – £792.75

Yard Crew – £ 97.68

Happy 2 be me – £180.80

1% salary increase from 2017 – 2018 – £262.94

SLT PP lead role – £1270.23

£ 34731.27 projection allocated to staffing costs

Outcomes to date:

1 – To close attainment gaps in all core subjects to within 1 point (1 term) across all cohorts.

Widest gap stands at -1.18 (Year 6 maths and Year 5 reading) Year 5 writing stands at -1.01. All other gaps are within the 1 point target, although most gaps have widened across this academic year. Year 6 gap largely due to the attainment of one SEND pupil who has fallen significantly behind his peers. Individual learning plans put in place for PP pupils in Year 5 to target attainment in reading and writing.

2 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth in maths by 10% by July 18

Disadvantaged pupils with the capacity to become more able have been identified on the shadow register and are receiving additional support in order to work towards this target. This has included working on MeeMo to increase working memory. This target will require three additional pupils from the PP cohort achieving greater depth across 2017 – 2018. Four children are currently on the shadow register with individual learning plans to support this target.

3 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth in reading by 10% by July  18

All PP children have been enrolled on Lexia for this academic year. Tracking indicates that 4 additional children are currently working at greater depth across the school, giving a 12% increase to the total pupils working at greater depth.

3 – To decrease the percentage of behaviour sanctions attributed to disadvantaged pupils by 10% by July 18

With a starting position of 19% of sanctions being attributed to 22% of the school population, PP children received relatively fewer sanctions than their non PP peers. This academic year we are looking to reduce this figure further by reducing it by another 2-3% (This being a greater than 10% reduction.)  At AP1, 15% of sanctions were attributed to PP children with PP children accounting for 23% of the population. This drop is partly due to two children who are non-pp receiving a high number of sanctions, but also due to the fact that PP children were only given 28 sanctions in total across the term, this being down from a figure of 47 in the same period last year. At AP2 this figure had dropped to 14% of sanctions with 25 incidences.

4 – To increase the percentage of outstanding lessons to >50% by July 2017

Work continues to build on the quality of teaching from the last academic year. Lesson observations from the autumn term indicate that we are on track to achieve this objective, and lesson observations and peer support will continue this term to work towards this target. This term will also see a visit from our SIP to validate these judgments.

5 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils who have positive attitude to reading by 30%

Survey to take place in June following second reading for pleasure inset.

Initial allocations of PPG funding 2017 2018

Item/project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

ASC provision £1530 To allow children to complete their homework with support in school in order to increase completion and hand in rate.

This will be limited to two hours per week per pupil, with additional sessions allocated on a needs basis.

This continues to be a valuable and well used resource for parents and pupils. Hand in rates for homework remain high.
Lexia Reading £5874.

£1,100

All PP children allocated a lexia licence for at least two half terms across the year. (Autumn 2 and Spring 1) to  increase reading and spelling performance in all pupils, including the most able. Lexia has been successfully implemented for pp pupils across terms 1 and 2. (see additional report)
English for the more able (writing) £781.76

£395.00

(resource)

To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth – used in intervention groups English for the most able group established for Y6 in the autumn term and due to continue in the spring term. This is to be extended to Y3 and 5 to target more able readers.
SPaG.com £142.00 Diagnostic testing tool to support SPaG planning and development – extended across UKS2 to support the development of SPAg. Pupils in Y6 used as part of their spag revision.
Maths for the most able (GTMA) £977.20

£395.00

Group writing support to address pupil review objectives Trialed in Y2 with the most able pupils and then rolled out into years 3-5.
Comprehension success strategies £27.99

(resources)

£2466.41

Used in whole class and target group situations to develop comprehension strategies to support the development of reading. Used as a key focus in guided reading and target groups. Although gaps closed in term 1, some gaps have started to open again in term 2.
Premier League Primary Stars TBC Intervention program to improve engagement with boys in UKS2 and developing their reading habits. Term 3
Literacy box £46.55 To develop greater independence and practice taught comprehension strategies. Used effectively in Y2 – needs to be extended into other year groups for greatest impact
Cracking comprehension £222.72 Additional comprehension resources and assessment materials Used effectively across Ks2 as part of guided reading group work.
Cracking comprehension online £600

(resources)

To support the independent development of comprehension strategies at home. Trial lapsed – not seen to offer any additional benefit.
Phonic development and early reading support £108.77 Additional reading sessions for Year 1 children to boost phonic development Progress of reading in Y1 good – supported phonic development and avoiding gaps before they start to open.
Clicker6 and laptops £400 licenses To develop more positive attitudes to writing in target children and offer scaffolding and support. Laptops are also available to use at home to support homework. Extened to some Y3 pupils and one child in Y1 to support engagement.
Attendance awards / shop £300.00 Rewards and incentives for good attendance to target increase in PP attendance from 89.2% to PP target of 95% PP attendance currently 95% – children keen to earn points.
Pupil Premium review meetings £1172.54 To build links with currently disengaged parents and families. To work with families to identify barriers to learning. Scheduled for term 2 to coincide with parent night appointments where possible.
Meemo £650.00

(Resource lic)

£820.84

Intervention linked to abacus scheme of work used selectively to address pupil premium review targets Where used, shows an increase in working memory for the majority of children who use it. Detailed separate evaluation of available.
Behaviour work  – class based £2702 Behaviour work with designated support staff to reduce the risk exclusion with targeted PP children. Behaviour sanctions reduced for PP children.
Behaviour work – Additional play based opportunities. £1855.44 Two additional sessions of play leader support at lunch times to promote better play and therefore better behaviour. Behaviour sanctions reduced for PP children – PP children targeted to attend this group.
Family liaison £1016.18 Additional daily / weekly meetings with parents and carers of targeted PP children to increase engagement, raise attainment, and develop practical support at home for children.  As required but important point of contact across the school.
Attendance support £496.99 Clerical support to monitor and liaise with parents of PP children with attendance concerns.
Behaviour support 1:1 on yards £1553.16 1:1 support for three PP children to reduce the risk of exclusion, improve attendance, and reintegrate children socially onto the yards and in the lunch hall. Working well – sanctions down to 3 for all three children across AP1.
Y6 SAT booster 1:1 £225.48 1:1 intervention with six children in the spring term to boost levels of attainment in mathematics Spring term
Mymaths £72.50 To increase independence in all PP children when addressing their personal targets All Y6 children using this effectively to support their revision.
Staff development – Key CPD £114.28 CPD bank for Autumn term looking at growth mindset. Completed
Homework support – school day £607.27 Additional homework support for years 1 and 2 through the school day. Can be used in addition to, or instead of, ASC provision Ongoing
Learning mentor support £6902.44 Weekly 1:1 meetings with PP children with their designated learning mentor to review progress and next steps. Can be used to review attendance behaviour plans and targets. Can also involve parents if required. Needs to be increased in the spring term, particularly with the older children in the run up to the end of year tests.
Targeted numeracy support – pre teaching £130.28 Targeted where required
Hornet intervention £286.21 Phonic intervention for KS2 pupils to support behaviour and social development. Used where appropriate in KS1 – PIVATS assessments used to judge progress.
Change 4 Life £11.30 Enrolment on school’s change 4 life program to promote physical development and personal well being. Continues to work well with targeted pupils at lunch times.
Breakfast club £792.75 Funding breakfast club for targeted pupils to increase attendance, punctuality and engagement. Continues to be well attended. Targeted pupils show increased attendance and punctuality.
Yard Crew development £97.68 Development of yard crew to promote good behaviour and interaction at break time. Also aimed at targeted pupils to increase their participation rates in sport. Yard crew organising a range of physical activities which have helped to reduce the number of sanctions.
SLT PP lead role £1270.23 Funding allocated to co-ordinate provision for PP children Ongoing
Lexia ASC £351.94 Staffing costs allocated to lexia ASC two hours per week – targeted children invited to attend. Term 3.
CLPE training £500 (course and resources)

£1200 (cover)

Two staff enrolled on EEF subsidised course, Improving Literacy, Changing lives. (4 days this academic year)
Total PPG received
Total Projected PPG expenditure (to AP2) £4419.49 (resources to AP2)

£36783.21

£41202.70

 

Grant remaining:   £7797.30

AP1 Evaluation of Provision Jan 18

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll (excl. EY) 146
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 34
Amount of PPG received per pupil
Total amount of PPG received £49,000
Three Year pattern for eligibility
2015 – 2016 29 /147 (20%)
2016 – 2017 32 /140 (22%)
2017 – 2018 34 / 146 (23%)
Summary of PPG spending
Objectives in spending PPG:

The main objectives of the PPG funding for the 2017 / 2018 academic year are;

1 – To close attainment gaps in all core subjects to within 1 point (1 term) across all cohorts.

2 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth in maths by 10% by July 18

3 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth in reading by 10% by July  18

3 – To decrease the percentage of behaviour sanctions attributed to disadvantaged pupils by 10% by July 18

4 – To increase the percentage of outstanding lessons to >50% by July 2017

5 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils who have positive attitude to reading by 30%

Projection of actions for this academic year:

Please note – Salary costings are projections for the academic year unless linked to specific intervention programs. In those cases the number of weeks will be indicated, with the intervention planned to run from Sept 17 to AP1

(See costed provision mapping for additional details)

Lexia reading support – £5874

ASC Provision – £1530

1:1 Provision – £1950

Attendance support – £1694.70

Additional comprehension support – £2466.41

Direct behaviour support – £2702.00

GTMA development writing – £781.76 (12 week provision)

GTMA development maths – £977.20 (12 week provision)

Homework support – £1182.16

Review meetings – £3126.72

Meemo – £820.84

SPAG and general literacy support – £813.42

Family liaison – £7938.69

Break time support (TA and teacher)  – £1855.44

Change 4 life club – £363.56 (12 week provision)

Breakfast club – £792.75

Yard Crew – £ 97.68

Happy 2 be me – £180.80

1% salary increase from 2017 – 2018 – £262.94

SLT PP lead role – £1270.23

£ 34731.27 projection allocated to staffing costs

Outcomes to date:

1 – To close attainment gaps in all core subjects to within 1 point (1 term) across all cohorts.

Reading, writing and mathematics – all cohorts are within one point with the exception of Y5 reading and mathematics. Both areas saw diminishing differences across AP1 (0.04 points). Gaps within one point have started to open up in Y3 number and writing with 0.58 and 0.6 points greater than the starting positions respectively. It is anticipated that these gaps will widen significantly due to one new pupil being added to the register at January census.

2 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth in maths by 10% by July 18

Disadvantaged pupils with the capacity to become more able have been identified on the shadow register and are receiving additional support in order to work towards this target. This has included working on MeeMo to increase working memory. This target will require three additional pupils from the PP cohort achieving greater depth across 2017 – 2018.

3 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth in reading by 10% by July  18

All PP children have been enrolled on Lexia for this academic year.

3 – To decrease the percentage of behaviour sanctions attributed to disadvantaged pupils by 10% by July 18

With a starting position of 19% of sanctions being attributed to 22% of the school population, PP children received relatively fewer sanctions than their non PP peers. This academic year we are looking to reduce this figure further by reducing it by another 2-3% (This being a greater than 10% reduction.)  At AP1, 15% of sanctions were attributed to PP children with PP children accounting for 23% of the population. This drop is partly due to two children who are non-pp receiving a high number of sanctions, but also due to the fact that PP children were only given 28 sanctions in total across the term, this being down from a figure of 47 in the same period last year.

4 – To increase the percentage of outstanding lessons to >50% by July 2017

Work continues to build on the quality of teaching from the last academic year. Lesson observations from the autumn term indicate that we are on track to achieve this objective, and lesson observations and peer support will continue this term to work towards this target. This term will also see a visit from our SIP to validate these judgments.

5 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils who have positive attitude to reading by 30%

This is an area which will require greater focus in this term. Initial indications are that the changes to guided reading and the overall approach to reading across the school will help to shift opinions. All pupils will be surveyed in February, and PP will be picked out of this group for further analysis.

Initial allocations of PPG funding 2017 2018

Item/project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

ASC provision £1530 To allow children to complete their homework with support in school in order to increase completion and hand in rate.

This will be limited to two hours per week per pupil, with additional sessions allocated on a needs basis.

This continues to be a valuable and well used resource for parents and pupils. Hand in rates for homework remain high.
Lexia Reading £5874.

£1,100

All PP children allocated a lexia licence for at least two half terms across the year. (Autumn 2 and Spring 1) to  increase reading and spelling performance in all pupils, including the most able. Lexia has been successfully implemented for pp pupils across term 1. A detailed separate report will outline the success of the strategy and make reference to PP children in particular.
English for the more able (writing) £781.76

£395.00

(resource)

To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth – used in intervention groups English for the most able group established for Y6 in the autumn term and due to continue in the spring term. This is to be extended to Y3 this term.
SPaG.com £142.00 Diagnostic testing tool to support SPaG planning and development – extended across UKS2 to support the development of SPAg.
Maths for the most able (GTMA) £977.20

£395.00

Group writing support to address pupil review objectives Trialed in Y2 with the most able pupils – to be extended this half term across KS2.
Comprehension success strategies £27.99

(resources)

£2466.41

Used in whole class and target group situations to develop comprehension strategies to support the development of reading. Used as a key focus in guided reading and target groups. Effective resource as all PP reading gaps have closed across AP1 in all year groups.
Premier League Primary Stars TBC Intervention program to improve engagement with boys in UKS2 and developing their reading habits. Term 2
Literacy box £46.55 To develop greater independence and practice taught comprehension strategies. Used effectively in Y2 – needs to be extended into other year groups for greatest impact
Cracking comprehension £222.72 Additional comprehension resources and assessment materials Used effectively across Ks2 as part of guided reading group work.
Cracking comprehension online £600

(resources)

To support the independent development of comprehension strategies at home. Trial lapsed – not seen to offer any additional benefit.
Phonic development and early reading support £108.77 Additional reading sessions for Year 1 children to boost phonic development Progress of reading in Y1 good – supported phonic development and avoiding gaps before they start to open.
Clicker6 and laptops £400 licenses To develop more positive attitudes to writing in target children and offer scaffolding and support. Laptops are also available to use at home to support homework. Extended to some Y3 pupils and one child in Y1 to support engagement.
Attendance awards / shop £300.00 Rewards and incentives for good attendance to target increase in PP attendance from 89.2% to PP target of 95% PP attendance currently 95% – children keen to earn points.
Pupil Premium review meetings £1172.54 To build links with currently disengaged parents and families. To work with families to identify barriers to learning. Scheduled for term 2 to coincide with parent night appointments where possible.
Meemo £650.00

(Resource lic)

£820.84

Intervention linked to abacus scheme of work used selectively to address pupil premium review targets Where used, shows an increase in working memory for the majority of children who use it. Detailed separate evaluation of term 1 available.
Behaviour work  – class based £2702 Behaviour work with designated support staff to reduce the risk exclusion with targeted PP children. Behaviour sanctions reduced for PP children.
Behaviour work – Additional play based opportunities. £1855.44 Two additional sessions of play leader support at lunch times to promote better play and therefore better behaviour. Behaviour sanctions reduced for PP children – PP children targeted to attend this group.
Family liaison £1016.18 Additional daily / weekly meetings with parents and carers of targeted PP children to increase engagement, raise attainment, and develop practical support at home for children.  As required but important point of contact across the school.
Attendance support £496.99 Clerical support to monitor and liaise with parents of PP children with attendance concerns.
Behaviour support 1:1 on yards £1553.16 1:1 support for three PP children to reduce the risk of exclusion, improve attendance, and reintegrate children socially onto the yards and in the lunch hall. Working well – sanctions down to 3 for all three children across AP1.
Y6 SAT booster 1:1 £225.48 1:1 intervention with six children in the spring term to boost levels of attainment in mathematics Spring term
Mymaths £72.50 To increase independence in all PP children when addressing their personal targets
Staff development – Key CPD £114.28 CPD bank for Autumn term looking at growth mindset. Completed
Homework support – school day £607.27 Additional homework support for years 1 and 2 through the school day. Can be used in addition to, or instead of, ASC provision ongoing
Learning mentor support £6902.44 Weekly 1:1 meetings with PP children with their designated learning mentor to review progress and next steps. Can be used to review attendance behaviour plans and targets. Can also involve parents if required. Needs to be increased in the spring term, particularly with the older children in the run up to the end of year tests.
Targeted numeracy support – pre teaching £130.28 Targeted where required
Hornet intervention £286.21 Phonic intervention for KS2 pupils to support behaviour and social development.
Change 4 Life £11.30 Enrolment on school’s change 4 life program to promote physical development and personal well being.
Breakfast club £792.75 Funding breakfast club for targeted pupils to increase attendance, punctuality and engagement.
Yard Crew development £97.68 Development of yard crew to promote good behaviour and interaction at break time. Also aimed at targeted pupils to increase their participation rates in sport. Yard crew interviews completed and role started through playground marking training – roll out games and additional responsibilities term 2.
SLT PP lead role £1270.23 Funding allocated to co-ordinate provision for PP children ongoing

Initial Allocation of Resources

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll (excl. EY) 146
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 33
Amount of PPG received per pupil 27@1320 = £35,640

3@£1900 = £5,700

3@£300 = £900

Total amount of PPG received £49,140

(inc £6900 for 2017 cohort)

Three Year pattern for eligibility
2015 – 2016 29 /147 (20%)
2016 – 2017 32 /140 (22%)
2017 – 2018 33 / 146 (23%)
Summary of PPG spending
Objectives in spending PPG:

The main objectives of the PPG funding for the 2017 / 2018 academic year are;

1 – To close attainment gaps in all core subjects to within 1 point (1 term) across all cohorts.

2 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth in maths by 10% by July 18

3 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth in reading by 10% by July  18

3 – To decrease the percentage of behaviour sanctions attributed to disadvantaged pupils by 10% by July 18

4 – To increase the percentage of outstanding lessons to >50% by July 2017

5 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils who have positive attitude to reading by 30%

Projection of actions for this academic year:

Please note – Salary costings are projections for the academic year unless linked to specific intervention programs. In those cases the number of weeks will be indicated, with the intervention planned to run from Sept 17 to AP1

(See costed provision mapping for additional details)

Lexia reading support – £5874

ASC Provision – £1530

1:1 Provision – £1950

Attendance support – £1694.70

Additional comprehension support – £2466.41

Direct behaviour support – £2702.00

GTMA development writing – £781.76 (12 week provision)

GTMA development maths – £977.20 (12 week provision)

Homework support – £1182.16

Review meetings – £3126.72

Meemo – £820.84

SPAG and general literacy support – £813.42

Family liaison – £7938.69

Break time support (TA and teacher)  – £1855.44

Change 4 life club – £363.56 (12 week provision)

Breakfast club – £792.75

Yard Crew – £ 97.68

Happy 2 be me – £180.80

1% salary increase from 2017 – 2018 – £262.94

SLT PP lead role – £1270.23

£  projection allocated to staffing costs £34731.27

Outcomes to date:
Initial allocations of PPG funding 2017 2018

Item/project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

ASC provision £1530 To allow children to complete their homework with support in school in order to increase completion and hand in rate.

This will be limited to two hours per week per pupil, with additional sessions allocated on a needs basis.

Lexia Reading £5874.

£1,100

All PP children allocated a lexia licence for at least two half terms across the year. (Autumn 2 and Spring 1) to  increase reading and spelling performance in all pupils, including the most able.
English for the more able (writing) £781.76

£395.00

(resource)

To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth – used in intervention groups
SPaG.com £142.00 Diagnostic testing tool to support SPaG planning and development – extended across UKS2 to support the development of SPAg.
Maths for the most able (GTMA) £977.20

£395.00

Group writing support to address pupil review objectives
Comprehension success strategies £27.99

(resources)

Used in whole class and target group situations to develop comprehension strategies to support the development of reading.
Premier League Primary Stars TBC Intervention program to improve engagement with boys in UKS2 and developing their reading habits.
Literacy box £46.55 To develop greater independence and practice taught comprehension strategies.
Cracking comprehension £222.72 Additional comprehension resources and assessment materials
Cracking comprehension online £600

(resources)

To support the independent development of comprehension strategies at home.
Phonic development and early reading support £108.77 Additional reading sessions for Year 1 children to boost phonic development
Clicker6 and laptops £400 licenses To develop more positive attitudes to writing in target children and offer scaffolding and support. Laptops are also available to use at home to support homework.
Attendance awards / shop £300.00 Rewards and incentives for good attendance to target increase in PP attendance from 89.2% to PP target of 95%
Pupil Premium review meetings £1172.54 To build links with currently disengaged parents and families. To work with families to identify barriers to learning.
Meemo £650.00

(Resource lic)

£820.84

Intervention linked to abacus scheme of work used selectively to address pupil premium review targets
Behaviour work  – class based £2702 Behaviour work with designated support staff to reduce the risk exclusion with targeted PP children.
Behaviour work – Additional play based opportunities. £1855.44 Two additional sessions of play leader support at lunch times to promote better play and therefore better behaviour.
Family liaison £1016.18 Additional daily / weekly meetings with parents and carers of targeted PP children to increase engagement, raise attainment, and develop practical support at home for children.
Attendance support £496.99 Clerical support to monitor and liaise with parents of PP children with attendance concerns.
Behaviour support 1:1 on yards £1553.16 1:1 support for three PP children to reduce the risk of exclusion, improve attendance, and reintegrate children socially onto the yards and in the lunch hall.
Y6 SAT booster 1:1 £225.48 1:1 intervention with six children in the spring term to boost levels of attainment in mathematics
Mymaths £72.50 To increase independence in all PP children when addressing their personal targets
Staff development – Key CPD £114.28 CPD bank for Autumn term looking at growth mindset.
Homework support – school day £607.27 Additional homework support for years 1 and 2 through the school day. Can be used in addition to, or instead of, ASC provision
Learning mentor support £6902.44 Weekly 1:1 meetings with PP children with their designated learning mentor to review progress and next steps. Can be used to review attendance behaviour plans and targets. Can also involve parents if required.
Targeted numeracy support – pre teaching £130.28 Targeted where required
Hornet intervention £286.21 Phonic intervention for KS2 pupils to support behaviour and social development.
Change 4 Life £11.30 Enrolment on school’s change 4 life program to promote physical development and personal well being.
Breakfast club £792.75 Funding breakfast club for targeted pupils to increase attendance, punctuality and engagement.
Yard Crew development £97.68 Development of yard crew to promote good behaviour and interaction at break time. Also aimed at targeted pupils to increase their participation rates in sport.
SLT PP lead role £1270.23 Funding allocated to co-ordinate provision for PP children
Total PPG received
Total Projected PPG expenditure (to AP2) £5347.24 (Initial resources)

£34731.27

£40,078.51

Grant remaining:   £9,061.49

Pupil Premium - Evaluation of provision 2016 - 2017

Pupil Premium Provision 2016 – 2017

We had 32 pupils who were eligible for pupil premium. The amount of funding we received for the 2016 – 2017 academic year was £37,420

Record of Pupil Premium spending 2016 -2017

Below is a copy of our Assessment Point 3 evaluation of the strategies we used to support our Pupil Premium pupils and their effectiveness.  This provision was put together based on detailed provision maps created by the PP co-ordinator and class teachers, an analysis of previous years provision strategies, and also the findings detailed in the EEF toolkit, which shows the strategies that have been shown to have the greatest impact on progress nationally. Measuring the impact of our efforts continued throughout the academic year, taking place in pre-arranged pupil review meetings at the end of each term. Progress was continually monitored and tracked between these meetings to allow any required interventions to be started as quickly as possible.

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll 140
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 32
Amount of PPG received per pupil 26@£1320 = £34,320

1@£1900 = £1900

4@ £300 = £1200

Total amount of PPG received £37,420
Three Year pattern for eligibility
2014 -  2015 31/144 (22%)
2015 – 2016 29 /147 (20%)
2016 – 2017 32 /140 (22%)

Summary of PPG spending

Objectives in spending PPG:

The main objectives of the PPG funding for the 2016 / 2017 academic year are;

1 – To close attainment gaps in all core subjects to within 1 point (1 term) across all cohorts.

2 – To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth by 15% by August 17

3 – To decrease the percentage of behaviour sanctions attributed to disadvantaged pupils by 20% by Aug 17

4 – To increase the percentage of good and outstanding lessons to >90% by August 2016

Projection of actions for this academic year:

Please note – Salary costings are projections for the academic year unless linked to specific intervention programs. In those cases the number of weeks will be indicated, with the intervention planned to run from Sept 16 to AP1

(See costed provision mapping for additional details)

 

ASC Provision – £1525.55

1:1 Provision – £2611.27 (12 Week provision)

Attendance support – £496.99

Booster support – £225.48 (12 week provision in Spring term)

Additional comprehension support – £3305.63

Direct behaviour support – £1066.72

GTMA development writing – £488.54 (12 week provision)

GTMA development reading – £488.54 (12 week provision)

GTMA development maths – £343.64 (12 week provision)

Homework support – £607.27

Review meetings – £1172.54

RAPID maths – £825.21 (12 week provision)

SPAG and general literacy support – £1551.41

Basic maths skills – £817.33

Writing support – £428.91 (12 week provision)

Bespoke numeracy support – £130.28 (12 week provision)

Family liaison – £1016.18

Break time support (TA and teacher)  – £1553.16

Holiday club provision – £40.35

Hornet intervention – £286.21 (12 week provision)

Change 4 life club – £11.30 (12 week provision)

Breakfast club – £94.42

Yard Crew – £304.76

1% salary increase from 2015 – 2016 – £262.94

SLT PP lead role – £1270.23

 

£ 27,827.30  projection allocated to staffing costs

Outcomes to date:

1 – Attainment gaps – Four gaps exist wider than 1 across all subjects in all year groups. Y6 maths, (-1.39) Year 4 reading (-1.1) Year 6 writing (-1.28) Year 4 writing (-1.06). (All gaps have closed since AP2) Year 6 writing gap continues to widen, 0.28 since the start of the academic year. This is partly due to slow progress from one PP child in Y6 who is currently working at 3SEC cf cohort average of 6BEG+ for non PP children. Year 4 – one child added to pupil premium register with dyslexia in AP2 working below ARE in reading and writing widened the gap initially, but that has started to close at AP3.

2- Greater depth – On entry (16/17), the % PP pupils working above ARE in reading, writing and maths stood at 3%, 3%, 10% respectively. At AP1 assessments show that these figures increased to 7%, 7%, and 23% respectively. At AP2 the figures stand at 13%, 10% and 29% respectively.  By the end of the year (AP3) the figures stand at 18%, 10% and 29%. Although we have seen a steady increase in the percentage of children working at greater depth, this will continue to be a key action for the next academic year.

3- Timeouts attributed to PP children have fallen from 47% at AP1 to 27.1% at AP2 and then to a figure of 19% at AP3. This is in the context of the overall time out figures remaining fairly static since AP2. This is closer to the 22% of population figure which PP represents across the school. Overall timeouts have also fallen, so the decreased percentage is not due to an increase in overall timeouts. All but one children have not fallen below 5 time outs in the assessment period, most being zero or less than three. One child has received 10 sanctions in the period, but is currently undergoing a child in need assessment through social services and will be monitored closely next academic year.

4 – Ofsted judged all teaching to be at least good with a “significant proportion” outstanding, particularly in mathematics.

Record of PPG spending by item/project to date (30.3.17)

Item/project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

ASC provision

£1525.55

To allow children to complete their homework with support in school in order to increase completion and hand in rate.

Children who have attended ASC up to AP3 have all completed their homework tasks. Behaviour issues discussed at AP2 in ASC have been resolved and children are now attending well.

Reading intervention

£730.45

£22.79

(resource)

To support decoding strategies where required from year 2 to year 6

Reading support has led to raised standards in Upper Key Stage 2 and Year 2. Increased focus required on Year 3 pupils in this category in September when they enter Year 4.

English for the more able (writing)

£488.54

£395.00

(resource)

To increase the percentage of disadvantaged pupils working at greater depth – used in intervention groups

English for the most able to be extended to be continued in Y6 and also developed in Year 3 in September to continue to develop the strong higher ability standards in that cohort. Focus will also be shifted towards higher level reading.

SPaG.com

£71.00

Diagnostic testing tool to support SPaG planning and development

Used in Y6 for diagnostics. Timetabled to roll out across the year in Year 6 with diagnostic tests linked to each AP.

Writing support (Not GMTA)

£428.91

Group writing support to address pupil review objectives

Worked well in Y6. Extend to new Y5 as well as Y6 next year with timetabled support.

Comprehension success strategies

£27.99

(resources)

£2466.41

Used in whole class and target group situations to develop comprehension strategies to support the development of reading.

Resource continues to be used across the Juniors, but most predominantly in Year 5 and 6. Used more effectively in Year 3 in AP3

Literacy box

£46.55

To develop greater independence and practice taught comprehension strategies.

Resource underused – need to look at timetabling as part of skills across KS2 – run summer term and evaluate AP2

Cracking comprehension

£222.72

Additional comprehension resources and assessment materials

Resource underused across KS2 this year. Needs to be timetabled and accessed more effectively to support the development of reading.

Phonic development and early reading support

£108.77

Additional reading sessions for Year 1 children to boost phonic development

Additional reading and phonic focus put in place by miss Shaw – good progress. Phonic score 89% and significant uplift across AP3.

Clicker6 and laptops

£400 licenses

To develop more positive attitudes to writing in target children and offer scaffolding and support. Laptops are also available to use at home to support homework.

Working well with target children in Year 4 and Year 6.  Continue into next year with possible update to clicker7

Attendance awards / shop

£200.00

Rewards and incentives for good attendance to target increase in PP attendance from 89.2% to PP target of 95%

All children accessed shop and very positive about it. Attendance continues to improve. PP attendance remains above 95%, but may need to look at incentives and rewards for boys.

Pupil Premium review meetings

£1172.54

To build links with currently disengaged parents and families. To work with families to identify barriers to learning.

Worked well to reengage parents who do not usually work well with school. Need a format to extend this to all PP children in 2017 2018. Include positive contact initiative with postcards.

RAPID maths

£182.62

(Resource lic)

£825.21

Intervention linked to abacus scheme of work used selectively to address pupil premium review targets

RAPID resources used with some TA intervention, but without electronic resource due to hardware issues.

Behaviour work  – class based

£1066.72

Behaviour work with designated support staff to reduce the risk exclusion with targeted PP children.

Target children finished the year with significantly improved behaviour records.

Family liaison

£1016.18

Additional daily / weekly meetings with parents and carers of targeted PP children to increase engagement, raise attainment, and develop practical support at home for children.

Not required as much as thought – still leasing with three PP families on a daily basis. Works well to keep up level of engagement.

Attendance support

£496.99

Clerical support to monitor and liaise with parents of PP children with attendance concerns.

PP average attendance at 95.7

PA PP children reduced from 4 to 1, with 1 new child dropping in to category. One of the former PA children has increased attendance from from 72% to 91% due to support.

Behaviour support 1:1 on yards

£1553.16

1:1 support for three PP children to reduce the risk of exclusion, improve attendance, and reintegrate children socially onto the yards and in the lunch hall.

Helped to support 2 PP children to reduce their incidences at break and lunch time. This will continue into next year through the use of new initiatives on yards, including new resources and OPAL.

Accelerated Reader

£499

To increase the quantity and quality of independent reading, and the levels of comprehension within targeted PP children.

All PP children accessing this, but no way of demonstrating progress independently. AR is not being renewed in 2017/2018

Y6 SAT booster 1:1

£225.48

1:1 intervention with six children in the spring term to boost levels of attainment in mathematics

All PP children attended their booster sessions prior to KS2 SATs. Good progress noted from all pupils and good outcomes for all pupils.

Holiday hunger linked project – Feb 17

£903.20

To increase engagement with parents and families, to offer parental support during holidays, and to provide family and adult learning opportunities to raise attainment and attendance.

Children and parents engaging far more with school – helped with positive contacts.

Mymaths

£72.50

To increase independence in all PP children when addressing their personal targets

Mymaths logins created for all pp children and time set aside for children to access the resource.  Y6 and Y5 mymaths mentors to be created from Y56 PP children to support others – worked well but more needs to be made of the mentors in 2017 2018.

Staff development – Key CPD

£114.28

CPD bank for Autumn term looking at growth mindset.

CPD used as part of whole school strategy looking at growth mindset and attitudes to learning. CPD seen to be having a positive impact on practice.

GTMA reading development

£488.54

To convert more ARE children to greater depth through targeted intervention and support, including the use of English for the more able resources.

3 pupils from shadow register did convert to greater depth in reading, one of which was in the KS2 SATs.

GTMA development – maths

£343.64

Additional intervention sessions to convert ARE maths pupils to greater depth using resources from White Rose and Nrich – Spring term.

% of PP above ARE inc to 29% from 10% at AP1

Homework support – school day

£607.27

Additional homework support for years 1 and 2 through the school day. Can be used in addition to, or instead of, ASC provision

Works well. Particularly with reading support.

Learning mentor support

£6902.44

Weekly 1:1 meetings with PP children with their designated learning mentor to review progress and next steps. Can be used to review attendance behaviour plans and targets. Can also involve parents if required.

Worked well with target children – demonstrable improvement in attendance and behaviour. Need to extend on to Year 3 and Year 1 for summer term.

Literacy support

£1551.41

Additional time allocated to general literacy support to PP children. This involves bespoke learning plans for all children to develop their basic skills in literacy or extension towards GTMA. Plans can be used in lessons and additional intervention – to start Spring 17.

Need to get this embedded, with specific reference to the bespoke learning plans and targets, for the 2017 2018 academic year.

Maths basic skills – big maths extension

£817.33

Additional sessions looking at the development of basic core maths skills including times tables, number bonds and calculation strategies.

Extension of big maths sessions into the afternoon in Year 2 worked well – look to extend into other classrooms summer term. .

Targeted numeracy support – pre teaching

£130.28

Targeted where required

Used in Y2 to prepare PP children for next steps – worked well to increase engagement. Look to increase targeted pre teaching next year where possible.

Holiday club

£40.35

Enrolment in holiday club for one pupil to support behaviour and social development  (Feb 17)

Holiday club moved to Easter due to staff commitments.

Hornet intervention

£286.21

Phonic intervention for KS2 pupils to support behaviour and social development.

Hornet seen to be effective in increasing rate of progress in target children – Evaluate all children at AP3

Change 4 Life

£11.30

Enrolment on school’s change 4 life program to promote physical development and personal well being.

Target pupils attended club during autumn term. Increased engagement in ASC. This has continued throughout spring term with no drop off in numbers.

Breakfast club

£94.92

Funding breakfast club for targeted pupils to increase attendance, punctuality and engagement.

Target pupils attended breakfast club and improved attendance and punctuality.

Yard Crew development

£304.76

Development of yard crew to promote good behaviour and interaction at break time. Also aimed at targeted pupils to increase their participation rates in sport.

Yard crew continues to be popular – Review viability in light of sports apprentice leaving this year. Look at OPAL and other options to ensure that level of provision is maintained as far as possible next year.

SLT PP lead role

£1270.23

Funding allocated to co-ordinate provision for PP children

Ongoing

Peer to peer mentoring

£335.04

2 x 30 mins sessions to facilitate peer mentoring work weekly for 12 weeks – summer term.

Didn’t get off the ground in a structured way. Where it did happen, the results were positive outcomes for some pupils. Re-evaluate and set up for 2017 2018

Total PPG received

£37,420

 

Total Projected PPG expenditure (to AP3)

£2254.45 (resources to AP2)

£28162.34

 

 

Pupil Premium 2015 - 2016 Evaluation of Provision

Pupil Premium Provision 2015 – 2016

We had 29 pupils who were eligible for pupil premium. The amount of funding we received for the 2015 – 2016 academic year was £35,800

Record of Pupil Premium spending 2015 -2016

Below is a copy of our Assessment Point 3 evaluation of the strategies we used to support our Pupil Premium pupils and their effectiveness.  This provision was put together based on detailed provision maps created by the PP co-ordinator and class teachers, an analysis of previous years provision strategies, and also the findings detailed in the EEF toolkit, which shows the strategies that have been shown to have the greatest impact on progress nationally. Measuring the impact of our efforts continued throughout the academic year, taking place in pre-arranged pupil review meetings at the end of each term. Progress was continually monitored and tracked between these meetings to allow any required interventions to be started as quickly as possible.

Pupil Premium Report

AP3 (July 2016)

Kibblesworth Academy

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll 147
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 29
Amount of PPG received per pupil 25@£1320 = £33000

1@£1900 = £1900

3@ £300 = £900

Total amount of PPG received £35,800
Three Year pattern for eligibility
2013 – 2014 29/136 (21%)
2014 -  2015 31/144 (22%)
2015 – 2016 29 /147 (20%)

 

 

 

 

Summary of PPG spending
Objectives in spending PPG:

The main objectives of the PPG funding this academic year have been;

1 – To close the attainment gap in all core subjects to within 1 point (1 term) across all cohorts.

2 – To improve attendance of disadvantaged pupils from 89.2% to 95% by August 2016

3 – To increase parental engagement of disadvantaged pupils.

4 – To increase the percentage of good and outstanding lessons to >80% by August 2016

Projection of actions for this academic year:

(See costed provision mapping for additional details)

Pupil level costs (derived from salaries of staff on interventions and support)

Numeracy support – £2259.88

Review costs – £2540.46

Phonic intervention – £263.24

Reading support – £1384.19

Writing and SPaG support – £10,145.43

Attendance support – £208.45

Playtime support – £1931.76

Lunch time support – £3671.85

Behaviour support – £2449.67

Additional guided reading – £621.43

Action words – £67.79

Cog Med – £67.79

Family support – £2222.90

Mentor support – £488.55

CAMHS – £317.56

Nurture group – £73.28

ASC – £63.51

SLT PP lead role – £1270.23

£30747.97 projection allocated to staffing costs

Outcomes to date:

1 – Gap analysis indicates that at AP3 (July 16) illustrates that no gap exists in any subject wider than -1.58 (Year 5 mathematics) Some gaps are widening across the academic year, with Year 5 mathematics being the greatest cause of concern for the 2016 -2017 academic year, with the gap widening by 0.58 points across this academic year.. Best progress in gap closure  was in Year 6 mathematics, where the gap closed by 0.69 points across the year, leaving a negative gap of 0.36

2 – Attendance of disadvantaged pupils at AP2 has risen to 95.77% (2 pupils <90%) – hitting target.

3 - 79% of disadvantaged families accessed parents’ consultation night.

21% of disadvantaged families accessed curriculum nights.

40% of disadvantaged families have taken up the offer of review meetings to date.

100% of disadvantaged families have taken up the offer of more frequent support meetings.

4 – Spring term observations, in 16 out of 20 lessons observed, outcomes were at least good or better. (80%) 50% of the lessons observed were with Jane Sutton (SIP) who reported a much better teaching profile than previous visit. (Term 1) Monitoring visit by HMI in July also indicated that teaching across the school was stronger with improvement being seen in all areas and across all core subjects. HMI was also pleased with the increased focus on professional development and inset training which have helped to improve the outcomes for pupils.

Record of PPG spending by item/project to date (20.7.16)

Item/project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

Phonics intervention £263.24 To consolidate phonics work in main literacy sessions – close the reading gaps with other pupils. Y1 – 2/3 @ ARE

Y2 – 2/3 @ ARE

Reading intervention £922.79

£22.79 (resource)

To support decoding and comprehension strategies where required. PP gap closed to average of -0.23 from -1.9 (across school)
English for the more able (writing) £195.42

£395.00 (Resource)

To challenge the most able pupils to improve their writing in a range of genres. Gap closure in 0.17  in Y5  where used with MA – Extend to Y3 Summer where the gap closed by an additional 0.17 in the final term.
SPaG. com £71.00 Diagnostic testing tool to support SpaG planning and development. All PP children have accurate diagnostic testing to support intervention work. PP children achieved 100% “Achieved Standard” status in SATs – Y6.
Writing support £1278.22 Group writing support to address pupil review objectives 0.13 gap closure in writing across AP2 – Need to look at rate of closure. 1 point closure across the year on average across all cohorts.
Comprehension Success Strategies £27.99 (resources) Used in whole class and target group situations to develop comprehension strategies to support the development of reading. Teachers report increased confidence and competence in reading comp. Gap closure 75% classes KS2. AP3 – 100% achieved “Achieved Standard” in KS2 SATs.
Literacy Box £46.55 (resources) Used to develop greater independence and practice taught comprehension strategies. PP children positive about resource – Gap closure in 75% of classes. AP3 – 100% achieved “Achieved Standard” in KS2 SATs.
Firstclass@number £129.70 Targeted intervention used in y2 to build number skills to support pupil premium review target achievement. Y2 gap has increased by 0.16 – year start to AP2. Gap closed to a positive of 0.04 by AP3. Look at Big Maths Online and Abacus as an alternative.
Clicker6 + laptops £1500.00 (laptops)

£400 (licenses)

To develop more positive attitudes to writing in target children and offer scaffolding and support. Laptops are also to be used at home to support homework. PP clicker users achievement average in writing AP1-2 = 2.25 (KS2)
Attendance Awards / shop £150.00 Rewards and incentives for good attendance to target increase in PP attendance from 89.2%pp to target of 95% PP Attendance currently stands at 92% Chn enthused by incentives.
Pupil Premium reviews £2540.46 To build links with currently disengaged parents and families. To work with parents to identify and remove barriers to learning. TBC AP3
RAPID maths £395.42 Intervention linked to Abacus scheme of work used selectively to address pupil premium review targets. Y2 – -0.16

Y5 – 0.11

Y6 – +0.35

Mixed results across school. Discuss with Y6 and NumCo to replicate successful strategies in Y6.

Behaviour work £1633.11 Behaviour work with designated support staff to reduce the risk of exclusion with targeted PP children. Objective is to reduce the incidences of negative behaviour in class and on the yards. 32% of time outs can be attributed to PP children who make up 20% of the school population. This needs to be a focus for the new academic year – limited to four children.
Family liaison £1481.93 Additional daily / weekly meetings with parents and carers of targeted PP children to increase engagement, raise attainment, and develop practical support at home for the children. Evidence of increased engagement with families leading to raised attainment.
Cog med £67.79 Strategy put in place with two children to develop improved working memory Due to online requirements, cogmed was underused and ineffective. Look at purchasing Meemo resources in new academic year.
Behaviour support 1:1 yards £1287.84 1:1 support for three PP children to reduce risk of exclusion, improve attendance, and reintegrate children socially onto the yards and in the lunch hall. Time outs of target children decreased from 13 (AP1) to 6 (AP2) and no exclusions / restraint used with JH
Accelerated Reader £499 To increase the quantity and quality of independent reading, and the levels of comprehension within targeted PP children. Good evidence of impact on gaps in Y5 and Y3. Targeted increase in useage in Year 4 resulted in small gap closure in reading scores across AP3
Y6 SAT booster 1:1 £282.45 1:1 intervention with one Y6 PP child to raise level of attainment in mathematics. AP3 – All PP children achieved “Achieved Standard” status in reading and SPaG, with 1 child not achieving the standard in mathematics and writing.
Holiday hunger linked project £903.20 To increase engagement with parents and families, to offer parental support during holidays, and to provide family and adult learning opportunities to raise attainment and attendance. Positive feedback from families relating to the project. Additional day planned for summer holidays at Millennium Centre. To continue in new academic year.
Mymaths £72.50 To increase independence in all PP children when addressing their personal targets. Discussions suggest that PP children are not accessing the resource effectively outside school – look at link to ASC for summer term – ASC children accessing in summer term, but need to target attendance of PP children at these clubs.
Staff development  – marking and feedback £250.00 To improve the quality of feedback and marking across the school. Work scrutiny indicates that feedback and marking has a greater impact, contributing towards raised achievement and attainment.
Staff development – questioning strategies £250.00 To build on good formative assessment strategies to improve questioning of both staff and pupils to raise attainment in all areas. Improved questioning noted to be having an impact on teaching – extend into next year and include in growth mindset work.
Total PPG received £35,800
Total Projected PPG expenditure (to AP2) £3,662.04 (resources to AP2)

£30,747.97

£34,410.01

 

Grant remaining:

 

£1389.99

Sport Premium Funding 2015 - 2016

The government is providing additional funding to schools  to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport. This funding is to be spent on improving the provision of PE and sport in schools.

We will receive a total of £8,645 for the year 2015 -2016.

We intend to utilise the money in the following way:

Purchase

Type

Cost

Impact

Premium Gateshead SLA with the Gateshead School Sports Partnership SLA £3,400 Through joining the SSP we have accessed a range of CPD and competitions.

The impact of participating in these events has helped raise the profile of PE and sport among the children, providing children with opportunities to enter into competitions and sports and it has also motivated the children to improve their sports skills with the aim to participate in such events. We have also accessed specialist support from the SSP to assist in the development of a PE action plan with regards to working towards a School Sports Mark.

Level 6 Award in Primary School Physical Education Subject  Leadership CPD £1,000 Completion of the nationally accredited Level 6 Award has enabled the PE Coordinator to effectively lead and manage the delivery of PE within the school.
Gymnastics Half Term Camp G & T £125 With the upcoming Gymnastics Key Steps competition in mind, children attended a half term camp to work on their routines and access high quality coaching from a gymnastics coach, Lynn Morrison. This extra coaching resulted in the majority of children achieving positions within the top 5 of their age categories in the competition.
School Games Sports Day Enrichment £344.50 Alongside the support and resources provided by the Gateshead SSP and Lord Lawson of Beamish School to host and run a highly successful games day, sports premium funding was utilised to purchase drinking water & fruit for all children who participated to promote a healthy lifestyle, and medals to reward each child.
QuickSticks Hockey Workshop £12 Children participated in a hockey workshop to support their participation in an upcoming competition.
Just Ace It Enrichment £200 Olympic athletes were invited into school to promote volleyball. Whilst in school the athletes ran workshops focusing on the positive effects of sport and showcasing the potential pathways for talented athletes.
Chester-le-Street Football League Competition £90 Children participated in both the local league and cup competitions. The school football team is used as positive tool for all children involved, as alongside the competitive benefits it provides, it allows Year 5 & Year 6 children the opportunity to mentor and work alongside Year 3 & Year 4 children to model the expectations required to represent the school. The integration of younger children alongside the more senior members of the football team & club continues to be a positive experience.
Buses Transport £2,525 In order to participate in the sports events and competitions offered by the SSP, money from the Sports Premium Funding was used to cover transport in order to release staff to take children to such events and competitions. Without this the children would not have had as many opportunities to participate in as many events over the past year.
Creative Dance North East CPD £520 Staff are scheduled to work alongside a qualified dance coach in CPD & twilight sessions to upskill the quality of dance teaching with PE sessions.

Pupil Premium 2014 - 2015 - Evaluation of provision

Kibblesworth Academy – Pupil Premium 2014 2015 Evaluation of provision. 

In the 2014 2015 academic year we had 31 pupils who were eligible for pupil premium funding through their inclusion in the school’s Ever 6 list. 27 children were in receipt of the additional funding due to receiving free school meals at some point during the last six years. A further 4 children received a smaller amount of funding as they are children of serving members of the armed forces. When the two allocation are combined the amount of funding we will receive for the 2014 – 2015 academic year came to £35,000.

Proposals for Pupil Premium spending 2014 -2015

Below is a copy of our the plan of provision for the 2014 – 2015  academic year.  This provision was planned to take into account the needs of the specific children for which the money had been allocated, and also through learning from what was effective use of the funding in previous years. (See evaluation of 2013 – 2014 allocation)

Proposal

Frequency

Involvement

Evaluation of strategy

School-based

initiatives
One-to-One Tuition
One session per week (10 weeks)
Class teachers

1:1 tuition in mathematics was successful in closing the gap in achievement by the end of year 6, where the PP children made greater progress than the non PP children across KS2 for the 2015 cohort.
No eligible pupils chose to attend writing classes, leading to the writing gap widening due to the non PP pupils making greater progress in Y6 than the PP pupils. Increased engagement from PP pupils is a target for the next academic year.

SMT Pupil Tracking – monitoring the quality of marking and feedback and making links with progress for FSM children

Half-Termly
SMT

Marking and feedback judged to be having less impact than desired, both on PP children and non PP children. Due to this, the marking and feedback policy was revised for the start of the 2015 – 2016 academic year in line with the findings stated in the EEF toolkit.

One member ofSMT to track progress and attainment of specific groups across the curriculum
Ongoing
CS

Release time proved to be a barrier to successful tracking and monitoring of PP children, as did limitations in the tracking software. Additional release time has been agreed for the 2015 2016 academic year, and revisions have been made to the tracking and assessment software to allow a more accurate picture to be developed.

Purchasing New Technology
2014 – 2015
SMT

Subject leaders

Additional ICT resources, including iPads and laptops have allowed PP children to access mymaths, bootcamp and pearson resources, leading to higher levels of achievement in mathematics and SPaG.

Uniform provision
As and when required
SMT

All children were properly equipped and clothed, with funding available if required.

Payment for visits (day and residential)
As and when required
SMT

All FSM children were able to access all trips and residentials.

Improving the Quality of Marking & Feedback.

As per staff meeting timetable – PD sessions.
All staff

Through an audit of assessment and marking, new assessment and feedback strategies have been trailed and agreed for the 2015 2016 academic year.

continued Employment of additional TA to allow level 3 and HLTA staff to support targeted pupils.
Ongoing in seven week blocks
LAM

SENCO

class teachers

Quality of delivery is maintained through deployment of highly skilled staff
TA skills matched to the needs of the pupils
Monitoring and training on intervention delivery given for quality assurance.
Clear, focused intervention plans developed with TAs, with clear entry and exit criteria in all cases.
Smaller group numbers with targeted support to boost achievement.
HLTA to run RAPID maths programmes. All PP children who required additional support for this were given additional support in after school clubs.

‘Booster’ classes
10 sessions
CS/ AR KS2 KS1

Limited impact of KS1 clubs – will look to develop further in 2015-2016

Parents phonic & maths support
Termly
Core subject leaders, KS co-ordinators, SMT.

Improved support for pupils with reading and phonics
Improved confidence in supporting children at home.
RWinc night was a great success, with specific invitations to PP families.

Continue to support SENCO through national qualification.

SMT  / KJ

Continued to review and develop SEN procedures in school
Developed TA deployment role in conjunction with LAM role to support wave 2 and wave 3 children and close gaps – proved to be successful in timetabling support but had limited success in closing gaps in reading and writing.
Provide support for teachers with wave 3, including any PP children who need support – Limited success. Need to look at the structure and delivery of wave 3 support to maximise impact.

Homework club
Daily
SMT

Support attendance to homework club daily. Places made available to all PP children to use IT resources in school and to access additional support through level 3 and HLTA staff within club.
Raise achievement through additional support and guidance – many PP pupils made progress accessing this support, but some chose not to access the support leading to a limited impact overall.

Breakfast club
Daily
SMT

Equality of access for PP children.
Improves social skills and interactions with peers.
Improved punctuality and attendance.
Pupils start school day ready to learn.
Improved attendance was noted.

After school sport provision
Weekly
SMT

Equality of access to after school sports clubs
Improved performance in PE and levels of fitness
Improved participation rates in a range of sports
Participation rates increased across KS2.

Pupil Premium 2013 - 2014: Evaluation of provision

Kibblesworth Academy – Evaluation of provision 2013 – 2014

Last year we had 29 pupils and received a funding allocation of  £27,637.

Proposals for Pupil Premium spending 2013 – 2014

Below is an evaluation of the provision for the last academic year across the school. Were possible data has been provided to demonstrate the success of the initiatives, although the benefits of some initiatives are rather less quantifiable.

Proposal

Frequency

Involvement

Evaluation of initiative

School-based

initiatives
One-to-One Tuition
One session per week (10 weeks)
Class teachers

Gains in achievement and attainment in targeted pupils was observed across Y6. Children on average made two sub-levels progress in mathematics across the 10 week sessions, closing the gap with their peers. This was seen to be a valid use of the allocation and was beneficial to the children who received it.

SMT Pupil Tracking – monitoring the quality of marking and feedback and making links with progress for FSM children

Half-Termly
SMT

A higher profile on marking and feedback across the school was noted in work scrutiny and lesson observations to leading to higher quality, more meaningful feedback to the children.

One member of SMT to track progress and attainment of specific groups across the curriculum
Ongoing
CS

A new approach to the monitoring of potentially under achieving pupils across the school has been beneficial in targeting intervention and support earlier to areas where it is most needed. Pupil premium children have been given a high profile in this process, and have also been continually monitored as a significant group in their own right. Any underperformance was identified and appropriate strategies put in place. This led to PP children achieving broadly in line with other children across the whole school.

Purchasing New Technology
Autumn term 2013
SMT

New hardware and software increased access to new technologies for many children across the school. 50% of the PP children increased their after school access to the internet through tablets and laptops directly through PP funding.

Uniform provision
As and when required
SMT

All FSM children are properly equipped with school and PE uniform. 10% of PP children made use of PP funding to access additional items of uniform across the year.

Payment for visits (day and residential)
As and when required
SMT

Allocated funding to PP children allowed all children who wished to the chance to participate in residential and after school visits.

Improving the Quality of Marking & Feedback.

As per staff meeting timetable – PD sessions.
All staff

Marking and feedback adjusted through PD sessions and noted to be more accessible to all children including the PP children during work scrutiny.

Employment of additional TA to allow level 3 and HLTA staff to support targeted pupils.
Ongoing in seven week blocks
LAM

SENCO

class teachers

Additional TA employed and trained on RWinc delivery and 1:1 tuition.
Additional support has allowed HLTA and other L3 staff to take responsibility for intervention programmes and support for all children inc. PP

‘Booster’ classes
10 sessions
CS/ SR KS2 KS1

Additional booster lessons provided support for targeted children in the run up to the KS2 SATS

Parents phonic & maths support
Termly
Core subject leaders, KS co-ordinators, SMT.

All parents benefitted from the phonics night and the read write inc nights. A rolling program of parent support nights for maths, english and computing to be introduced for 2014 2015.

Appointment of new SENCO

SMT  / KJ

New SENCO continues to develop procedures and practice to increase the level of support available to SEND pupils within the school. Training and qualifications has had a noticeable benefit to all staff and pupils in the school.

Homework club
Daily
SMT

25% of PP children accessed the after school homework club at least two nights per week due to PP funding. A further 30% accessed the club at least once per week, with other children accessing the resources when required. This was noted to be a great support to children and parents.

Breakfast club
Daily
SMT

62% of eligible pupils used funding to attend breakfast club daily. This improved attendance and punctuality significantly in a proportion of these pupils, and provided a good start to the day for all children.

After school sport provision
Weekly
SMT

Many of the children used the additional funding to access after school sports clubs and provision. See sports premium section for further details of the courses that were made available.

Sports Premuim Spending 2013 2014

CliPE Sport funding – School Website Document
What is PE Sport Funding?
The Government provides additional funding for physical education (PE) and sport in schools.
This funding is to be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision resulting in increased numbers of pupils developing healthy life styles, raising their performance levels and engaging in PE and sport.
The additional PE and sport funding allocated to Kibblesworth Academy from 1st September for the academic year 2013/2014 is £8,490

How is it spent?
The additional PE and sport funding pays in part for the:
Employment of a specialist PE coaches (Gymnastics, Dance, Badminton, Rugby, Fencing, Tennis, Football, Athletics)
Increased quality for the teaching of PE through team teaching lessons with coach
Additional after school clubs – the school currently runs 7 clubs each week
Assisted places enabling vulnerable pupils to attend school clubs
Extended number of outdoor education residential visits for years 4, 5 and 6
Development of outdoor education activities across KS1
Increasing the participation of inter-school sports competitions with local schools
Enabling a majority of our Y6 pupils to achieve their swimming award
Entry into local football league competitions

What is the impact of the additional PE funding on pupils?
The impact on pupils of the additional PE and Sport funding is measured at the end of each academic year:

96% of KS2 children have attended a school club this year.

81% of KS2 children have attended more than one school club this year.

32% of KS2 children attended an out of school club this year.

94% have enjoyed P.E lesson and school club activities.

76% of KS2 children believe that attending a school club will help them make ‘healthy’ choices when they are older.

71% of KS2 children believe they are taught teamwork and fair play skills in P.E lessons and school clubs.

90% of KS2 children think that our school offers a good range of sports covered through lessons and clubs.

53% of KS2 children have taken part in inter-school competitions this year.

67% of KS2 children regularly play sport related games at break and lunchtimes.

PE DATA: END OF YEAR KS2 P.E SURVEY 2013- 2014

PE DATA: END OF YEAR KS2 P.E SURVEY 2013- 2014

PE DATA ANALYSIS FOR KS2
Issues /improvements
96% of KS2 children have attended a school club this year.

81% of KS2 children have attended more than one school club this year.

32% of KS2 children attended an out of school club this year.

94% have enjoyed P.E lesson and school club activities.

42% of KS2 children believe that attending a school club will help them make ‘healthy’ choices when they are older.

71% of KS2 children believe they are taught teamwork and fair play skills in P.E lessons and school clubs.

90% of KS2 children think that our school offers a good range of sports covered through lessons and clubs.

52% of KS2 children have taken part in inter-school competitions this year.

67% of KS2 children regularly play sport related games at break and lunchtimes.

PE DATA EVALUATION FOR KS2
To increase the number of KS2 children taking part in inter-school competitions next year to ~75%.

To increase the number of KS2 children who regularly play sport related games at break and lunchtimes to ~80%.

(The school development plan for PE for next year includes specific actions to achieve these targets)

School Improvement Plan 2013-2014
Area of Development: PE
Lead person: Sarah Renton
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