St. Mary's RC Langley
Pupil Premium

The pupil premium gives schools extra funding to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils from reception to year 6

We introduced a fund of £625 million in April 2011 to give schools £400 per year for:

  • every child currently registered as eligible for free school meals
  • children who have been looked after for 6 months or longer

From April 2012, pupil premium funding was also extended to:

  • all children eligible for free school meals at any point in the past 6 years

PPG provides funding for two Government priorities:


PPG does not form part of the Individual Schools Budget (ISB) and is specifically for disadvantaged pupils. It also provides funding for children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months and the children of service personnel.


2016/2017 PPG per applicable pupil is as follows:

  •  Primary School Children - £1320
  •  Secondary School Children - £935
  •  Looked After Children - £1900
  •  Adopted Children / Special Guardianship - £1900
  •  Service personnel - £300

 Schools have the flexibility to spend the funding as they choose with the exception to this being the funding for Looked After Children. However, Schools are accountable for their use of this funding as they are required to publish online information about their Pupil Premium allocation and how they plan to spend it in the coming year. Schools must also publish a statement of how they spent the money for the previous year and its impact on the attainment of pupils eligible for support through the Pupil Premium.

School accountability for the pupil premium

The pupil premium is paid to schools as they are best placed to assess what additional provision their pupils need.

Ofsted inspections report on how schools’ use of the funding affects the attainment of their disadvantaged pupils.

We also hold schools to account through performance tables, which include data on:

  • the attainment of the pupils who attract the funding
  • the progress made by these pupils
  • the gap in attainment between disadvantaged pupils and their peers

See below for the 2015/2016 PPG report.  

PPG grant report

Actions; impact and contributions

 2015/2016

Pupil Premium 2015-16

The final pupil premium allocations for 2015-16 have been issued. The table below provides a breakdown of how much your school will receive. The data is from the DfE and they have calculated the Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) on the following:

  • the number of pupils recorded on the January 2015 school census who are Ever 6 FSM (not eligible for the LAC and post-LAC premium)
  • post-LAC
  • Ever 5 Service child FTE pupils aged 4 and over in year groups reception to year 11

Description

Number of pupils

Amount per Pupil

Total

Deprivation Pupil Premium (Primary)

146

£1,320

£192,720

Deprivation Pupil Premium (Secondary)

0

£935

Service Child Pupil Premium

0

£300

£0

Post-LAC Pupil Premium

2

£1,900

£3800

Total

£196,520

 

Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM) Grant

The DfE have issued the final allocations for the 2014-15 UIFSM grant, the provisional 2015-16 UIFSM grant and the grant conditions for 2015-16.

The provisional 2015-16 grant is based on the final allocation for the 2014-15 academic year. Schools will receive 7/12ths of the 2015-16 allocation along with the final payment for the 2014-15 allocation. A summary of the grant and payments for both years is in the following table

Description

Details

 

Amount £

Grant Received Summer 2014

Indicative payment for period Sept 2014 – March 2015.

A

£19,517

Final Allocation for the Academic Year 2014-15

Based on data from Oct 2014 and January 2015 census (shown in more detail in table below)

B

£41,734

Final Payment due for Academic Year 2014-15

To be paid to schools in July 2015

(B-A)

C

£22,217

Provisional Payment for 7/12ths of the Academic Year 2015-16

This is based on the DfE final allocation for the 2014-15 academic year. To be paid in July 2015.

D

£24,345

Total Payment to be made to Schools in July 2015

The sum of C plus D

E

£46,562

 

The pupil data used for calculating the final allocations for the 2014-15 academic year is shown below and an extract from the DfE guidance on the calculation is at Appendix A.

Data used to calculate the final allocation for 2014-15 academic year.

 

School Census

 

Description

Oct 2014

Jan 2015

Average

School Headcount

-

401

-

Eligible Reception Children

46

39

42.5

Eligible Yr1 and Yr2 children

52

54

53

Total Eligible Pupil Numbers

-

-

95.5

Grant per meal per day

-

-

£2.30

No. of days

-

-

190

Final Allocation for the Academic Year 2014-15

-

-

£41,734

 

School based interventions programmes

  • Plus 1-reading intervention
  • SEND suppoprt package
  • Science intervention scheme for KS2  
  • Big number workbooks for Y6 
  • Reading- rapid intervention
  • Bug Club Subscription
  • Science Club  booster resources
  • School Website development  and upkeep
  • Effective Curriculum and CPD assesment 
  • Espresso intervention for homework club
  • NFER Test suite and analysis
  • Come and See Teacher books and additional resources
  • Music lessons and drama sessions for 35 children in KS2 

Other resources and outside support

  • Drama KS1 speech and language support
  • Drama-M6 theatre group intervention for emotional and social development
  • Caritas Social Worker 2 day’s week
  • Councillor 1 day a week
  • Speech and Language therapist
  • Street Dance Breakfast Club
  • Artist- 1 day aweek (1 term)
  • Language Teacher-2 days week
  • Literacy Consultant -12 sessions per year
  • Fun Games and Dance Mat Sessions
  • Professional Fees for Speech Bubbles
  • MAEI project –Y6
  • Handwriting Specialist
  • Forest Phil 15 sessions staff and children
  • French and Spanish language trip
  • Transition work y6=y7
  • Safeguarding INSET
  • Poetry inset for all staff 
  • Mission Statement
  • Kagan Training for all Staff –Inset x2
  • Translator
  • Leadership visits
  • Schools Coaching Sessions

PPG date impact on PPG spending in 2015 /2016

Social worker and Attendance

Attendance panel meetings with parents/carers to improve attendance for families. Supervise, monitor and record any children who are picked up late then speak with parents/carers as to why this has happened. Other Involvement in numerous meetings with parents/carers in relation to behaviour, punctuality and attendance, making reasonable adjustments for individual pupils, discussions of bullying, internet safety/social media, bereavement, safeguarding concerns, sexualised behaviour and words and changes in family circumstances.

All this has made our attendance improve.

  • 92.4% in 2014

  • 94.9% in 2015

  • 95.9% in 2016 

 

 Impact of Speech and Language Therapist (1 day a week)

Our speech therapist has supported Pupil Premium pupils throughout school focussing specifically on early intervention in the Early Years. She works over al stages of intervention. Universal = she has trained teaching assistants to deliver high quality development programmes in class. The impact was that staff are trained to identify speech, language and communication needs in their classroom. She works with Early Years staff to identify different learning styles for subjects such as phonics as well as encouraging pupil learning independence This has been particulraly useful in assessing all our children on entry with WELCOMM and feeding this data and signifdicnatly low starting points(2016 Reception 100% below age related with 67 % significantly below)) into the EYFS SDP plan for the coming year .

Targeted = children are identified in the early years for language development programmes, which are run by trained teaching assistants. These children generally have a delay in their language use and we have had positive results since these groups have been implemented. We have also used these groups with children where English is not their first language, this has been very effective and the communicative competence of our EAL pupils in the early years has risen since this implementation. 

EYFSP

Reception

 

Not Achieving Standard

Achieving Standard and above

Achieving Above Standard

Cohort = 60

Number

%

Number

%

Number

%

Reading

23

38

37

62

7

12

Male (33)

15

45

18

55

3

9

Female (27)

8

30

19

70

4

15

PP (12)

6

50

6

50

1

8

Writing

24

40

36

60

5

8

Male (33)

16

48

17

52

2

6

Female (27)

8

30

19

70

3

11

PP (12)

7

58

5

42

1

8

Maths

19

32

41

68

5

8

Male (33)

13

39

20

60

2

6

Female (27)

6

22

21

78

3

11

PP (12)

5

42

7

58

1

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

End of Keystage 1

Year 2

 

Not Achieving Standard

Achieving Standard and above

Achieving Above Standard

Cohort = 60

Number

%

Number

%

Number

%

Reading

13

22

47

78

7

12

Male (21)

8

38

13

48

2

7

Female (39)

5

12

34

87

5

12

PP (23)

4

17

19

83

3

13

Writing

20

33

40

67

6

10

Male (21)

12

57

9

42

1

4

Female (39)

8

20

31

79

5

12

PP (23)

7

30

16

70

2

9

Maths

14

23

46

76

9

15

Male (21)

5

23

16

76

2

9

Female (39)

9

23

30

76

7

17

PP (23)

5

22

18

78

2

9

Science

38

63

22

36

0

0

Male (21)

16

76

5

23

0

0

Female (39)

22

56

17

43

0

0

PP (23)

15

65

8

35

0

0

 

End of Keystage 2

Year 6

 

Not Achieving Standard

Achieving Standard and above

Achieving Above Standard

Cohort = 57

Number

%

Number

%

Number

%

Reading

progress

 

 

 

 

 

PP (29)

19

63%

8

29%

2

7%

Writing

progress

 

 

 

 

 

PP (29)

15

51%

11

38%

3

11%

Maths

progress

 

 

 

 

 

PP (29)

19

51%

9

34%

1

4%

Science

 

 

 

 

 

 

PP (29)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Costings 2015/2016

       

Pupil Premium 2015-2016

   

Budget 2015-2016

 

 

 £               196,520.00

Consultants

     

Armstrong Arts

Drama

 

 £                    7,300.00

Caritas

Social Worker

 

 £                  19,979.00

Caritas

Councillor

 

 £                    9,989.50

Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

Speech and Language Estimate

 

 £                    8,160.00

Sophies Dance

Street Dance Breakfast Club

 

 £                       600.00

Susan Aggarwal

Artist Estimate

 

 £                    6,640.00

The Language Train

Language Teacher

 

 £                    7,422.00

Literacy Planet

Literacy Consultant

 

 £                    6,300.00

Link4Life

Fun Games and Dance Mat Sessions

 

 £                       230.00

M6 Theatre

Professional Fees for Speech Bubbles

 

 £                    2,400.00

MAEI

MAEI project

 

 £                    7,450.00

Rochdale School Games Partnership

School Membership

 

 £                       700.00

Cusworth Education

Handwriting Specialist

 

 £                    1,949.00

Bear & Lapor

Forest Phil

 

 £                    7,680.00

2Simple Ltd

French and Spanish

 

 £                       600.00

Cardinal Langley

Transition work

 

 £                    2,000.00

Forum Business Management

Safeguarding

 

 £                       236.00

Ian Bland

Poetry

 

 £                       990.00

Mary Farmer

Mission Statement

 

 £                       120.00

Teacher 2 Teacher

Kagan Training

 

 £                    1,895.00

UK Language

Translator

 

 £                       249.00

ECM

Leadership visits

 

 £                    1,620.00

Rochdale Hornets

Schools Coaching Sessions

 

 £                       200.00

       

Total Consultants

   

 £                  94,709.50

       

Educational Resources

     

Power of 1

Plus 1

 

 £                         25.00

Pearson Education Ltd

Bug Club Subscription

 

 £                    1,200.00

Rising Stars UK Ltd

Science

`

 £                       905.95

Rising Stars UK Ltd

Reading

 

 £                       994.00

Schudio

School Website

 

 £                       250.00

Literacy Planet

Effective Curriculum

 

 £                       900.00

Discover Education

Espresso

 

 £                    3,863.00

NFER

NFER Test suite and analysis

 

 £                    1,200.00

Matthew James Publishers

Come and See Teacher Books

 

 £                    1,358.00

       

Total Educational Resources

 

 

 £                  10,695.95

School Trips

     

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

Lego Land

 

 £                       280.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

Rochdale Pioneers

 

 £                       140.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

Imperial War Museum.

 

 £                       250.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

Deeplish Primary

 

 £                       160.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

Gracie Fields Theatre.

 

 £                       225.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

Victoria Baths

 

 £                       295.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

Middleton Arena

 

 £                       250.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

Victoria Baths

 

 £                       745.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

Trip to Manchester Art Gallery 9th November

 

 £                       225.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

Liverpool World Museum

 

 £                       385.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

Touchstones & Arts - Heritage

 

 £                       195.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

Manchester Museum

 

 £                       450.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

School Trip 8th January 2016

 

 £                       225.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

School Trip 14th January 2016

 

 £                       395.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

School Trip 19th January 2016

 

 £                       350.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

School Trip 26th January 2016

 

 £                       325.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

Pizza Express

 

 £                       280.00

Bradshaws Coaches Ltd

Town Hall

 

 £                       280.00

Chester Zoo

Chester Zoo Trip 9th April 2014

 

 £                       773.50

Chill Factore

School Trip 16th July

 

 £                       530.83

Premier Show

Coach to Chill Factore

 

 £                       325.00

M6 Theatre

One Little Word.

 

 £                       375.00

M6 Theatre

Tadpoles

 

 £                       375.00

PGL Travel Ltd

PGL Trip Boreatton Park 26-06-2015

 

 £                    2,650.00

Yelloways

Coach to PGL.

 

 £                       850.00

Rhema Theatre Company Ltd

A Christmas Miracle

 

 £                       395.00

Rhema Theatre Company Ltd

Easter Production

 

 £                       370.00

The University of Manchester

Year 3 and 4 trip

 

 £                       360.50

The University of Manchester

Art Week

 

 £                    1,500.00

Tracing Steps Theatre

Healthy Schools Week Workshop

 

 £                       150.00

D. Bark

The Great Fire of London

 

 £                       350.00

Daryl L Coward

Dancing Session

 

 £                         60.00

Le Chateau de Warsy

France Trip

 

 £                  10,370.00

Panto in a Day

Dick Whittington KS2

 

 £                       450.00

Sportivator Ltd

Athlete Event

 

 £                       635.00

Legoland

Legoland visit year 1

 

 £                       450.00

       

Total School Trips

   

£26,424.83

       
       

Total resources allocated to date

 

 

 £               131,830.28

Staffing costs plus NI & Superann (50%)

     
       

R. K

   

 £                    8,631.00

M. A

   

 £                  10,548.00

S. R

   

 £                  10,858.77

C. D

   

 £                  10,858.50

N. P

   

 £                    8,631.00

       

Total 50% of staffing costs

 

 £                  49,527.27

       

A. C

Up to December 2015

 

 £                  12,856.00

W. T

£80 per week from November

 

 £                    1,440.00

S. H

£80 per week from November

 

 £                    1,440.00

Total

   

 £                  15,736.00

       

Total Staffing Costs

 

 

 £                  65,263.27

       

Total Pupil Premium expenditure allcoated to date

 

 

 £               197,093.55

       

Balance Remaining

 

 

-£                       573.55

         

 

St Marys was in January  2015 awarded the pupil premium award from David Laws (minister for education)for the excellent progress our PP children made last year.

The end of keystage 2 results 12 children were classed as PP

All of the children made at a least 2 levels progress and all achieved level 4 and higher in reading and maths.  

  • Maths APS was inline with national (29.8)with 4a the average (29)
  • Reading APS  exceeded national  (28.6) with a 4a average(29)
  • Writing APS was slightly below national(28.3)with a 4b average (27.5)

The progress throughout the year for our 12 PP children was high with an APS in writing of 5.36 ;maths 5.18 ;reading 6.73.

   Early Years Foundation Stage/ EYFS- 2016/2017 

This year Pupil premium in this unit  will be focused to:

PP after school club
Additional adult support to facilitate this additional provision
CPD in outdoor provision (EYFS staff)
Speech and language therapist to support language development
Rapid reading intervention programme
A pupil premium action plan (spending, intended impact, monitoring) effectively targeting resources in another collaborative school will be shared with the head teacher (DK)

Keystage 1 

For all pupils who are still working below the required standard in Keystage 1 , the following provision and/or interventions are in place:

New Read, Write, Inc. (phonics scheme – December 2015)
New transfer to ‘Rapid Reading’ Scheme (evidenced to secure 24 months progress in 8 months)
Additional small group working
New ‘Project X’ phonics intervention
New ‘green’ reader parent/school partnership
Jolly Phonics

BLAST intervention/ Oasis room intervention and dinosaur school 

Kagan intervention groups

 

Pupil Premium Performance Data 2014/15

The table below shows the average points progress made in 2014/15 across KS1 and KS2.
At St Mary's RC Primary we aspire to each child making 5.5 points progress in one year in KS1 and a mimumum  4 in KS2.
 

 

Pupil Premium

Overall

KS1

Number of children

39

103

Average Points Progress

Reading

4.3

4.4

Writing

4.6

4.3

Maths

4.6

4.6

KS2

Number of children

87

184

Average Points Progress

Reading

5.0

4.98

Writing

5.20

5.22

Maths

5.1

 5.05

 

Pupil performance and progress 2015/2016

Y1

Dec

July

Progress

 

All

PP

All

PP

All

PP

Reading

7.74

6.95

10.74

9.76

6.50

2.82

Writing

7.74

7.00

10.14

9.32

2.54

2.32

Maths

7.75

6.67

10.84

10.32

3.38

3.65

 

Y3

Dec

July

Progress

 

All

PP

All

PP

All

PP

Reading

20.68

20.83

23.52

23.56

2.84

2.57

Writing

20.47

20.63

23.12

23.28

2.65

2.63

Maths

20.9

20.92

23.68

23.7

2.73

2.75

 

Y4

Dec

July

Progress

 

All

PP

All

PP

All

PP

Reading

25.99

23.94

28.44

27.2

2.87

2.82

Writing

25.19

23.17

27.44

26.3

2.68

2.69

Maths

25.34

23.59

27.8

26.63

2.77

2.57

 

Y5

Dec

July

Progress

 

All

PP

All

PP

All

PP

Reading

30.92

30.33

33.82

34.04

4.06

2.66

Writing

30.74

30.24

33.81

33.25

4.23

3

Maths

30.73

29.36

34.28

33.05

4.71

3.7

 

Projected pupil premuim budget 2015/2016

Pupil premium report (October 15  2014) 

Pupil premium parents letter 2013/ 2014 

Pupil premium 2014 report 

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