Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011.  In 2011-12 total funding for Pupil Premium was £625m.  In 2016/17 schools will be allocated a total of £2.4bn for children from low-income families who are or have been eligible for free school meals.

 

Pupil Premium Income for Lilliput in 2016/17 is budgeted at £13,980

            

Some examples of how we have used and are continuing to use our Pupil Premium funding to support our Pupil Premium children are:

  • Sessions with an intervention teacher
  • Our Emotional Support Literacy Assistant (ELSA) is available for 1:1 focus work and is also running a range of nurture groups. 
  • Learning interventions – additional Teaching Assistant time for individuals and small groups for:
  • Reading and writing, letter formation, number recognition, number activities and counting for Reception children
  • Precision teaching, handwriting, memory booster and reading for Year 1 childrenHandwriting, maths focus groups, phonic sounds and reading for Year 2 children.
  • Access to extra-curricular activities. All children have been given the opportunity to participate in our before and after school clubs (sporting, language and music lessons).
  • Our camouflage team (for service children) have been meeting regularly and the children decide an activity that they would like to do each month. This helps to develop children’s awareness and sense of belonging to a group.
  • Our Children of the world group (for EAL children and other children with a second language at home) have been meeting regularly for lunch and to share activities together. This helps to develop children’s awareness and sense of belonging to a group and to share their cultures and learn about others’ cultures whilst having fun.
  • Speech and language interventions. All staff have received S&L training and our speech therapist works with individual children and the class teaching assistant. As a result of the positive impact of these interventions on our children’s speech and language and the level of need, we have been able to increase the number of children accessing this support.
  • Purchasing a new computer programme (Nessy Read) to support children’s reading through phonics.
  • ‘Perform drama’ workshops to develop children’s emotional, social and behavioural needs.
  • Uniform costs

We are constantly monitoring which of these initiatives have a positive impact and will continue to support our PP children with them.

We get an additional £300 per pupil for children with parents in the Armed Forces.

End of Year data 2015/2016

 

Year 1

 

% PP children at ARE or above

% not PP children at ARE or above

% of PP children making expected progress

% of PP children more than expected progress

% of PP children making expected or more than expected progress

Reading

33.4%

80%

16.7%

16.7%

33.4%

Writing

16.7%

74.8%

 

16.7%

 

Maths

33.4%

80%

16.7%

16.7%

33.4%

Data includes some children who also have additional disabilities and needs (DSEN).

PP children = 5.17% of cohort

 

Year 2

 

% PP children at ARE or above

% not PP children at ARE or above

% of PP children working at greater depth

% not PP children working at greater depth

% of PP children making expected progress

% of PP children more than expected progress

% of PP children making expected or more than expected progress

Reading

60%

88.9%

20%

46.3%

80%

20%

100%

Writing

40%

81.5%

0%

39.8%

60%

20%

80%

Maths

40%

87%

0%

43.5%

60%

40%

100%

Data includes some children who also have additional disabilities and needs (DSEN).

PP children = 4.62% of cohort

 Attainment 2015/16

 

Expected standard

Greater depth

 

Reading EXS+

Writing EXS+

Maths EXS+

Reading GDS

Writing GDS

Maths GDS

Pupil Premium

60%

40%

40%

20%

0%

0%

Not Pupil Premium

88.9%

81.5%

87%

46.3%

39.8%

43.5%

In school gap

-28.9%

-41.5%

-47%

-26.3%

-39.8%

-43.5%

School disadvantaged/LA non-disadvantaged gap

-20%

-31.1%

-38.1%

-11.8%

-17.3%

-23.5%

 Please click here for our Pupil Premium Strategy for 2016/17.

 

Our Pupil Premium Policy can be found on the Policies and Info tab

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