Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2017/18

The school receives additional funding each year that is specifically safeguarded to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils. We use this money to assist in closing any attainment and progress gaps. Our aim is to ensure that these children achieve in line with or exceeding their peers.

Summary Information:

School: Cherry Orchard Primary School

Academic year: 2017/18

Number of pupils eligible for PP: 36

Total PP budget: £110,880

Reviewed annually

EYFS

 

School

National 2017

Proportion of pupils in EYFS eligible for PP

13%  (4 pupils)

 

%  achieving GLD

100%

69%

 

Year 1 phonics screening

 

School

National 2016

Proportion of pupils in Yr1 eligible for PP

20% (6 pupils)

 

% achieving expected standard

83%

70%

 

Attainment at the end of KS1- Expected plus standard

 

School

National 2016

Proportion of pupils in Yr2 eligible for PP

10

 

% achieving expected in Reading Writing & Maths

80%

 

% achieving expected in Reading

80%

62%

% achieving expected in Writing

80%

53%

% achieving expected in Maths

90%

60%

 

Attainment at the end of KS1- Exceeding standard

 

School

National 2016

Proportion of pupils in Yr2 eligible for PP

10

 

% achieving exceeding in Reading Writing & Maths

40%

 

% achieving exceeding in Reading

60%

13%

% achieving exceeding  in Writing

50%

7%

% achieving exceeding  in Maths

40%

10%

 

Attainment at the end of KS2- Expected  plus standard

 

School

National 2017

Proportion of pupils in Yr6  eligible for PP

50% (15 pupils)

32%

% achieving expected in Reading Writing & Maths

60%

48%

% achieving expected in Reading

67%

60%

% achieving expected in Writing

67%

66%

% achieving expected in Maths

80%

63%

% achieving expected in Grammar, punctuation & spelling

67%

67%

% achieving expected in Science

93%

 

 

Pupil Premium spend

 

Staffing

Targeted intervention for social and emotional support in school. This is delivered in 1:1, in pairs or in a small group.

Interventions to enable PP children to access the learning in class (highly differentiated where needed)

Targeted support to enhance the delivery of phonics, outside of the phonic sessions in class.

1:1 support following targets for specific learning difficulties, providing follow up interventions and closing any gaps in the learning

Provision for children who are unable to engage in the big playground for reasons of social interaction/noise

£85,085

Attendance support

Ensuring children are in school on time, having had breakfast and be ready for the learning task

£931

‘Late’ support for learning

Children to receive intervention for lost learning, member of staff to collect PP children from home and take them home as needed to ensure prompt attendance.

In class support for PP children who are in need of additional support

Study support groups at lunchtimes/holidays and before school to ensure that PP have no gaps in their learning

£20,962

Equality of access for PP children

Subsidy of theatre performances, educational trips/visits, paid clubs, residential trips.

£3,902

 

TOTAL

110,880

 

Impact shown on data, and scrutinised termly in phase meetings by phase leaders and by Governors in committees and full Governor meetings.

 

 

 

For 2016/17 figures click here