Pupil Premium for 2019/20

Our school’s pupil premium grant allocation amount £22,580

This consists of:

£11,880 for pupils entitled to Free School Meals (9 children)

£1500 for service pupils (5 children)

£9200 for children adopted from care (4 children)

A summary of the main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils The main barriers are:

emotional needs,

SEND,

absences,

speech and language difficulties,

physical needs

How we will spend the pupil premium to overcome these barriers and the reasons for this approach We use the EEF’s Teaching and Learning Toolkit to ensure that what we do has the most impact possible, based on current educational research.

The months of progress each intervention is able to make has been added within parenthesis.

 

At our school we provide:

Arts participation for all pupils (+2 months)

Behaviour interventions for pupils in need with an ELSA (+3 months)

Collaborative learning for all pupils with our PE teacher and with our Playpods (+ 5 months)

Feedback for Y5/6 PP children with 1 to 1 teacher weekly sessions (+8 months)

Homework for all pupils (+ 2 months)

Individualised instruction for all children in need with TAs e.g. pre-teaching (+3 months)

Learning styles for all pupils (+2 months)

Mastery learning for all pupils (+5 months)

One to one tuition for Y5/6 PP children with 1 to 1 teacher weekly sessions (+5 months)

Oral language interventions for all pupils (+5 months)

Outdoor adventure learning for all pupils Y4-6 by subsidising residential trips for children in receipt of FSM (+4 months)

Parental engagement for all parents by hosting regular parent workshops in, for example, phonics, listening to children read and maths (+3 months)

Phonics for all children in YR-2 and additional sessions for those children in need (+4 months)

Reading comprehension strategies for all pupils (+6 months)

Small group tuition for Year 6 and children in need by teachers and TAs (+4 months)

Social and emotional learning for children with needs with two ELSAs (+4 months)

Sports participation for all pupils with our full time PE teacher (+ 2 months)

Teaching Assistants for all pupils in every class (+1 month)

Within class attainment grouping for children Y1-6 (+ 3 months)

How we will measure the effect of the pupil premium Mainly by progress made and attainment, in addition to careful monitoring of well-being and parental questionnaires.
The date of the next review of the school’s pupil premium strategy September 2020

Pupil Premium for 2018/19

How we spent the pupil premium allocation

 

We received £25,860

We used the EEF’s Teaching and Learning Toolkit to ensure that what we did had the most impact possible, based on current educational research.

The months of progress each intervention is able to make has been added within parenthesis.

 

At our school we provided:

Arts participation for all pupils (+2 months)

Behaviour interventions for pupils in need with an ELSA (+3 months)

Collaborative learning for all pupils with our PE teacher (+ 5 months)

Early Years Interventions for all pupils in Reception Class with an additional EYFS TA (+ 5 months)

Mastery learning for all pupils (+5 months)

Feedback for Y5/6 PP children with 1 to 1 teacher weekly sessions (+8 months)

Homework for all pupils (+ 2 months)

Individualised instruction for all children in need with TAs e.g. pre-teaching (+3 months)

Learning styles for all pupils (+2 months)

Mastery learning for all pupils (+5 months)

One to one tuition for Y5/6 PP children with 1 to 1 teacher weekly sessions (+5 months)

Oral language interventions for all pupils (+5 months)

Outdoor adventure learning for all pupils Y3-6 by subsidising residential trips for children in receipt of FSM (+4 months)

Parental engagement for all parents by hosting regular parent workshops in, for example, phonics, listening to children read and maths (+3 months)

Phonics for all children in YR-2 and additional sessions for those children in need (+4 months)

Reading comprehension strategies for all pupils (+6 months)

Small group tuition for Year 6 and children in need by teachers and TAs (+4 months)

Social and emotional learning for children with needs with two ELSAs (+4 months)

Sports participation for all pupils with our full time PE teacher (+ 2 months)

Teaching Assistants for all pupils in every class (+1 month)

Within class attainment grouping for children Y1-6 (+ 3 months)

 

The effect of the expenditure on eligible and other pupils Our data for 2019 was as follows:

EYFS 2019

% of children passing Good Level of Development
Children attracting Pupil Premium funding

(1 child)

0%
Year R at Ramsbury Primary School

(29 children)

75%

 

Year R nationally (2018)

 

71.5%

 

Year 1 Phonics 2019

% of children passing the Phonics Screening check
Children attracting Pupil Premium funding

(3 children)

100%

 

Year 1 at Ramsbury Primary School

(30 children)

97%

 

Year 1 nationally (2019)

 

82%

 

Year 2 SATs 2019

Expected Standard in Writing Expected Standard in Reading Expected Standard in Maths
Children attracting Pupil Premium funding

(2 children)

50% 50% 50%
Year 2 at Ramsbury Primary School

(30 children)

70% 90% 86.7%
Year 2 nationally (2019)

 

69.3% 75% 75.7%

 

Year 6 SATs 2019

Expected Standard in Writing Expected Standard in Reading Expected Standard in Maths Expected Standard in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
Children attracting Pupil Premium funding

(3 children)

100% 66.7% 100% 100%
Year 6 at Ramsbury Primary School

(30 children)

93.3% 90% 96.7% 100%
Year 6 nationally (2019)

 

78.4% 73.1% 78.6% 77.9%