Sturminster Marshall First School

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Pupil Premium 2015/2016

There are currently 15 pupils in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM) at the school and

26 pupils are registered as having been on FSM or Service Personnel within the last 6 years.

Our FSM pupils make up 11% of the school population and our ‘FSM ever 6’ students make

up 19% of the population. The government allocates extra money to schools – Pupil Premium

Funding.  This funding is allocated to raise the attainment of FSM pupils and close the

gap in attainment between FSM and non-FSM pupils.

Due to the numbers of pupils in receipt of FSM we have been allocated the following

amount of pupil premium funding:

Total grant for 2015/16 =£21,600

 

PUPIL PREMIUM ALLOCATION 2015/16

We have allocated pupil premium funding to the following areas:-

1:1 teachers for allocated children for Phonics, Reading, Writing, Maths  or Emotional Support

£17,333

Leeson House ( Residential Y4,   Day Visit Y3)

£500

Other Day  Visits Cost 

£150

School Uniform  Cost (including PE kits and plimsolls)    

£240

Fruit and Vegetables 

Milk

Free lunches

£ 160

£356

£470

After School Clubs

£70

Teaching Resources:

 

£2,596

Total Spend:        £21,375

IMPACT OF PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING:

  • Pastoral care provided for vulnerable children through the ELSA programme raised pupils’ self- esteem and lead to improved attainment and achievement
  • Early intervention and support provided by 1:1 teachers for children who required specialist programmes which improved attainment and achievement
  • Provision of specialist software and books implemented with intervention activities which in turn raised attainment and achievement
  • Enrichment through access to a wide range of clubs and extra –curricular activities which improved confidence and self –esteem

             At this time, for the 26 pupils receiving Pupil Premium:

            62%    have  reached Age Related Expectations

            38%    are working towards Age Related Expectations

  • 2 SEN pupils with EHC Plans (8%)
  • 3 pupils joined the school partway through the year (11%)
  • 5 pupils are on the SEN register (19%)

 The allocation for Pupil Premium 2016-2017 is £26,400

Proposals for this funding include:

  • Additional teachers to raise standards across the school in small groups or 1:1
  • Additional resources for specific intervention
  • Contribution towards cost of a second Emotional Literacy Support Assistant salary and training
  • Enrichment activities including visits and residential trips
  • Provision of uniform, lunches, fruit and vegetables, milk or lunches for identified vulnerable children