Pupil Premium 2014-2015

For the financial year 2014-15 schools were allocated this additional funding to be used to support interventions and provision already in place at their schools and to provide additional support where a need was apparent.

Our School

We received £10,769 Pupil Premium Funding for the financial year 2014-2015. 11 children attracted funding.

Other funding was also allocated from our Delegated Budget to this amount to ensure we support all of our most disadvantaged pupils.

Spending and actions included:-

Activities Selected What this does Targeted Pupil Premium pupils Funding from Pupil Premium Outcomes/Impact
Funding clubs Offers additional experiences and learning experiences All £539.50 Increased self-esteem and confidence in own abilities.
Provision of specific resources To meet specific needs of children Year 2 £300 Progression and attainment as expected or above expected.

Increased and enhanced learning opportunities.

Sensory Activity Box To engage all senses to support learning £150 Progression and attainment as expected or above expected.

Increased and enhanced learning opportunities.

Provision Map EY Providing resources to meet specific needs of pupils EYFS £325 Progression and attainment as expected or above expected.

Increased and enhanced learning opportunities.

 

Provision Map Year 1 and 2 Providing resources to meet specific needs of pupils Years 1&  2 £510.70 Progression and attainment as expected or above expected.

Increased and enhanced learning opportunities.

Additional LSA to assist with interventions for Pupil Premium Pupils Provide 1:1 support £2,940 Progression and attainment as expected or above expected.

Increased and enhanced learning opportunities.

Extending intervention  hours for Year 2 children Provide 1:1 support Year 2 £1526 Progression and attainment as expected or above expected.

Increased and enhanced learning opportunities.

Additional Year 2 resources Provide 1:1 support Year 2 £30 Progression and attainment as expected or above expected.

Increased and enhanced learning opportunities.

Additional support for Pupil Premium Pupils Children access the curriculum Year 2 £1012 Progression and attainment as expected or above expected.

Increased and enhanced learning opportunities.

Additional resources to support reading and phonics Providing resources to meet specific needs of pupils All £717.20 Progression and attainment as expected or above expected

Increased and enhanced learning opportunities.

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Funding of school trip Allows pupils to access and experience additional learning experiences. All £33 Increased and enhanced learning opportunities. Improvements in curriculum outcomes.
Teaching Assistants and Higher Level Teaching Assistants in each class throughout the day.

 

TAs and HLTAs working as mid-day supervisors

Constant emotional, social and learning support throughout the day. All £2685.60 Increased and enhanced emotional, social and learning support across the school.

Pupil Premium money was also  spent on the provision of teaching assistants and higher level teaching assistants in each class throughout the school day.  This also includes lunch time when TAs and HLTAs work as mid-day Supervisors. This provides constant social and emotional support together with on-going learning support throughout the school day. Whilst the remainder of the pupil premium allocation is used in this way the actual cost is far greater than the pupil premium money available and this is met from the schools main budget.