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Pupil Premium Expenditure and Impact on Performance

 
Pupil Premium Planned Expenditure 2016-2017

The Department for Education provides specific funding, the pupil premium, for targeted interventions to ensure that progress for deprived and/or disadvantaged pupils is maximised. St Bede’s received £73,269.80 in pupil premium funding for the academic year 2016 – 2017.

Targeted interventions provided by the school which are additional to and different from the regular school curriculum include weekly speech and language therapy, small speech and language therapy groups, 1:1 reading, additional phonics, high frequency word groups, sentence groups, additional support in literacy and maths, 1:1 Beanstalk reading support, individual behaviour support.

Total Pupils on roll in Reception – Year 2

(Jan 2017 census)

Total pupils on roll in Nursery

(January 2017 Census)

178 46
Number and % of FSM pupils eligible for Pupil Premium 29 (16%)
Number and % of FSM children eligible for Early Years Pupil Premium 6 (13%)
 
 
Action Plan for use of Pupil Premium:
Action Amount allocated Success Criteria
Staff release time to support the leadership and management of PP strategies £10,000 SLT and subject leaders released for ½ day per  half term to monitor and evaluate PP provision eg Book Looks, observations, Assessment and Planning
SENco support for children and families £ 25,705 Targeted work with children and families to help them support their child’s learning and well being
Subsidising educational trips and visits £1,000 Increased motivation and confidence for children

Improved behaviour, social skills and attitudes to learning. Raised achievement

Beanstalk volunteer readers in school – ongoing from previous year £1,926 Improved results and progress in Reading and Literacy
SALT professional £13,000 Accelerated learning for targeted children to narrow the gap PP pupils and Other Pupils
2 x non class based TA’s to support learners with additional learning needs and identified SAL/EAL difficulties

Attendance support led by Attendance Officer

£30,000 Accelerated learning for targeted children to narrow the gap PP pupils and Other Pupils

Small group teaching, including new arrivals, to accelerate acquisition of language

Vulnerable children with poor attendance ,persistent absence and/or poor punctuality will have improved levels of attendance

Staff training/support for NQT’s £825 Focus on behaviour, social skills and attitudes to learning

 

Training for EYFS staff £560 Address low baseline on entry data through additional adult support

Focus on Speaking and Listening/Physical Development/Literacy skills

 

 

 

Pupil Premium Expenditure and Impact on Performance 2015– 2016

The Department for Education provides specific funding, the pupil premium, for targeted interventions to ensure that progress for deprived and/or disadvantaged pupils is maximised. St Bede’s received £85,301.80 in pupil premium funding for the academic year 2015 – 2016.

Targeted interventions provided by the school which were additional to and different from the regular school curriculum included weekly speech and language therapy, small speech and language therapy groups, 1:1 reading, additional phonics, high frequency word groups, sentence groups, additional support in literacy and maths, 1:1 Beanstalk reading support, individual behaviour support.

Reception – End of Early Years Foundation Stage

By the end of Reception 13% of St Bede’s pupils were eligible for free school meals (FSM). At the end of Reception 64% of those pupils eligible for free school meals achieved the expected ‘Good Level of Development’ compared to 94% of our pupils who were not eligible for free school meals (Lambeth: FSM 58% Non-FSM 70%). At St Bede’s, performance in ‘All Learning Goals’ and ‘Good Level of Development’ was above the Lambeth figure for pupils eligible for free school meals.

  St Bede’s Lambeth
GLD FSM Non-FSM FSM Non-FSM
2013 56% 63% 36% 50%
2014 74% 63% 46% 60%
2015 63% 92% 48% 66%
2016 64% 90% 58% 70%

 

 Key Stage 1
Y1 Phonics Screening Check

In the phonics screening check in Year 1 more FSM pupils met the expected standard, i.e. ‘working at’ the expected level (WA), than those not eligible. Achievement for St Bede’s FSM pupils was broadly in line with the corresponding Lambeth average and was above the corresponding national 2015 average.

  St Bede’s Lambeth
Working At Expected Level FSM Non-FSM FSM Non-FSM
2013 71% 84% 65% 78%
2014 86% 85% 73% 82%
2015 100% 85% 75% 85%
2016 100% 85% 76% 86%

 

End KS1

At the end of Key Stage 1 19% of St Bede’s pupils were eligible for free school meals (FSM)

Reading St Bede’s Lambeth
Level 2B+ FSM Non-FSM FSM Non-FSM
2013 63% 79% 73% 82%
2014 54% 80% 65% 78%
2015 67% 84% 76% 84%
Working Within or at Greater Depth        
2016 73% 69% 69% 81%

 

  

Writing St Bede’s Lambeth
Level 2B+ FSM Non-FSM FSM Non-FSM
2013 58% 79% 63% 75%
2014 62% 83% 72% 84%
2015 60% 77% 68% 79%
Working Within or at Greater Depth        
2016 64% 69% 62% 75%

 

Maths St Bede’s Lambeth
Level 2B+ FSM Non-FSM FSM Non-FSM
2013 74% 92% 70% 81%
2014 62% 87% 72% 84%
2015 60% 91% 76% 85%
Working Within or at Greater Depth        
  64% 81% 66% 80%

The performance of pupils eligible for free school meals achieving the expected or  above in Reading, Writing and Maths was broadly in line with both the Lambeth average and the 2015 national average for pupils eligible for FSM.

 
 
 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium Expenditure and Impact on Performance 2014 – 2015

The Department for Education provides specific funding, the pupil premium, for targeted interventions to ensure that progress for deprived and/or disadvantaged pupils is maximised. St Bede’s received £85,800 in pupil premium funding for the academic year 2014 – 2015.

Targeted interventions provided by the school which were additional to and different from the regular school curriculum included weekly speech and language therapy, small speech and language therapy groups, 1:1 reading, additional phonics, high frequency word groups, sentence groups, additional support in literacy and maths, 1:1 Beanstalk reading, individual behaviour support.

Reception – End of Early Years Foundation Stage

By the end of Reception 13% of St Bede’s pupils were eligible for free school meals (FSM). At the end of Reception 63% of our pupils eligible for free school meals achieved the expected ‘Good Level of Development’ compared to 92% of our pupils who were not eligible for free school meals (Lambeth: FSM 48% Non-FSM 66%). At St Bede’s, performance in ‘All Learning Goals’ and ‘Good Level of Development’ was above the Lambeth figure for pupils eligible for free school meals.

  St Bede’s Lambeth
GLD FSM Non-FSM FSM Non-FSM
2013 56% 63% 36% 50%
2014 74% 63% 46% 60%
2015 63% 92% 48% 66%

Key Stage 1

Y1 Phonics Screening Check

In the phonics screening check in Year 1 more FSM pupils met the expected standard, i.e. ‘working at’ the expected level (WA), than those not eligible. Achievement for St Bede’s FSM pupils was broadly in line with the corresponding Lambeth average and was above the corresponding national 2014 average.

  St Bede’s Lambeth
Working At Expected Level FSM Non-FSM FSM Non-FSM
2013 71% 84% 65% 78%
2014 86% 85% 73% 82%
2015 100% 85% 75% 85%

 

End KS1 Level 2B+

At the end of Key Stage 1 19% of St Bede’s pupils were eligible for free school meals (FSM).

Reading St Bede’s Lambeth
Level 2B+ FSM Non-FSM FSM Non-FSM
2013 63% 79% 73% 82%
2014 54% 80% 65% 78%
2015 67% 84% 76% 84%

 

Writing St Bede’s Lambeth
Level 2B+ FSM Non-FSM FSM Non-FSM
2013 58% 79% 63% 75%
2014 62% 83% 72% 84%
2015 60% 77% 68% 79%

 

Maths St Bede’s Lambeth
Level 2B+ FSM Non-FSM FSM Non-FSM
2013 74% 92% 70% 81%
2014 62% 87% 72% 84%
2015 60% 91% 76% 85%

 

The performance of pupils eligible for free school meals achieving the expected level of 2B or above in reading, writing and Maths was broadly in line with both the Lambeth average and the 2014 national average.

 

 
 

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