Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Money
Glendale Infant School

Glendale Infant School

Pupil Premium Funding 2017-2018 Impact Statement

Number of pupils on roll

262

Number of pupils eligible for PP 50

Post LAC 4

Service Children 1

Total funding

£72,227

 

Use of Funding Cost Impact
After School reading club £6084 Children attend after school club where they develop social skills and are withdrawn for 15mins by a TA to have targeted 1 to 1 reading time. They focus on phonics, high frequency word recall, comprehension and word reading. This has boosted children’s confidence in reading and has enabled them to access classroom activities with increased independence. We have also focused on higher level questioning for the more able readers so they can develop a deeper understanding of the text.
Additional teaching assistant time to provide in class support and interventions:

Precision teaching

Daily reading

Number interventions

Small group phonic intervention

Dancing bears

£53926.78 Children have received targeted interventions either as part of a small group or on a 1 to 1 basis. Greatly increased phonic knowledge through precision teaching and this is going to be rolled out across the school next year with one TA in every class trained.
Well-being mentor. £8306.79 We have developed this role in response to the increased need of emotional well-being. Parents and children can access support and advice. Parents groups as well as individual support is offered. Also children with identified needs have access to the well-being/nurture room and support is offered to ensure they are able to access learning in the classroom.
Attendance Compliance Enforcement Service subscription. £700 Telephone and letter contact with parents where referred or concerns arose.
Out of school clubs funded £3209.43 All children have equal access to out of school clubs and are able to apply for some support towards the cost of clubs/equipment.
Uniform subsidy £35 per child Contribution to the cost of school uniform for PP children.
Trips and after school sports clubs funded. Children have equal access to trips and after school clubs
Cool milk  

 

Summary of the main barriers to educational achievement faced by Pupil Premium Pupils

In-school barriers: social, emotional and mental health; social interaction, behaviour issues relating to SEND, low self-esteem and confidence.

External barriers: attendance; family personal circumstances.

How the school will measure the impact of the Pupil Premium Funding: monitor and review progress and achievements at termly pupil progress meetings; outcomes from pastoral and nurture provision; reports from external agencies; outcomes from single assessments and early help meetings; pupils and parents voice; participation in clubs, extra-curricular activities and wider opportunities; number of children accessing music tuition and attendance data.

 

Date of next review of the school’s pupil premium strategy:  July 2018

Pupil Premium Funding 2016-2017 Impact Statement
Number of pupils on roll
263
Number of pupils eligible for PP 43
LAC 4
Service Children 1
Total funding
£66,829
Use of Funding Cost Impact
After school reading club £6084 Children attend after school club where they develop social skills and are withdrawn for 15mins by a TA to have targeted 1 to 1 reading time. They focus on phonics, high frequency word recall, comprehension and word reading. This has boosted children’s confidence in reading and has enabled them to access classroom activities with increased independence. We have also focused on higher level questioning for the more able readers so they can develop a deeper understanding of the text.
Additional teaching assistant time to provide in class support and interventions:
Precision teaching
Daily reading
Number interventions
Small group phonic intervention
Dancing bears
£51000 Children have received targeted interventions either as part of a small group or on a 1 to 1 basis. Greatly increased phonic knowledge through precision teaching and this is going to be rolled out across the school next year with one TA in every class trained.
Precision teaching training for TAs £150 Precision teaching will be rolled out across the school following the training and support will be given to identified children.
Parent support advisor available once a week £6500 Focus on attendance, BESD (behaviour, emotional, social and disability), housing and general family support.
Attendance Compliance Enforcement Service subscription. £375 Telephone and letter contact with parents where referred or concerns arose.
Out of school clubs funded

Uniform subsidy £35 per child

Trips and after school sports clubs funded.
Cool Milk

£2707.88 All children have equal access to out of school clubs and are able to apply for some support towards the cost of clubs/equipment.
Contribution to the cost of school uniform for PP children.Children have equal access to trips and after school clubs