Chew Magna Primary School

Chew Magna Primary School

Chew Magna Primary School

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Pupil Premium

The Government introduced the Pupil Premium Grant in April 2011.  This grant, which is additional to main school funding, is seen by the government as the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals and their wealthier peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.

The pupil premium is allocated to school and is clearly identifiable.  Schools can decide how the pupil premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility.

At Chew Magna Primary School we support all of our pupils. We do this by providing high quality classroom teaching supplemented by interventions and resources to support vulnerable learners as and when required.

The Senior Leadership Team and Governing Body monitor the impact of all spending and interventions, including the pupil premium.

The tables below explains the types of strategies that we are spending our Pupil Premium allocation on:

Pupil Premium Allocation 2018/19: £7,920

Based on 6' FSM ever six' at the time of funding allocation. Each pupil receives £1,320

Barriers experienced by these children as a group overall: Poor attendance, issues within the family , lack of family engagement with learning , lack of self–confidence or self-esteem, narrow range of opportunities outside school. 

SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL Impact on inclusion
  • Key Stage Two Homework Club 1x 0.5 hours
  • 6 yoga sessions for Buzzard and GE classes plus church hall hire
  • Subsidised residential trip for 3 children in Golden Eagle class to Great Potheridge Sept 2018
  • Subsidised residential trip for 1 child in Sparrow Hawk Class to Folly Farm March 2019
  • Subsidies for out of school visits for Pupils Premium children
  • Subsidies for extra-curricular clubs
  • Subsidies for music lessons for Pupil Premium children
  • Subsidised Breakfast and After School Club places
  • Free morning snacks and milk
  • Purchase of uniform/PE kit
  • THRIVE support
  • Transition support to secondary school 
  • Enabling PP children to complete homework with teacher support
  • Full participation and equal opportunities for all pupils

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Support with social and emotional development
  • Enables successful transition,increase in confidence levels

 

LITERACY Impact on inclusion
  • Purchase books as Christmas gifts to support reading at home
  • 1 x 30 minute TRUG session per week SH class
  • Guided reading support in GE class 2x week
  • Education City KS2 Literacy package for punctuation and grammar
MATHS Impact on inclusion
  • 5 x 1 hour small grouping for Maths
  • 2 x 1 hour Maths consolidation group GE class per week

 

Pupil Premium Allocation 2017/18: £10,560

Based on 8 pupils 'FSM ever six' at the time of funding allocation. Each pupil receives £1,320.

Barriers experienced by these children as a group overall: Poor attendance, issues within the family , lack of family engagement with learning , lack of self–confidence or self-esteem, narrow range of opportunities outside school. 

LITERACY Impact on inclusion
  • 5x0.5 hrs phonics support Kestrel Class

 

  • Spelling intervention Group 1x week in Buzzard Class 1hr

 

  • 1x30 minute TRUG session per week SH class

 

 

  • Spelling support group 1x week in Golden Eagle Class 1hr

 

 

  • Guided Reading session support Golden Eagle class 2x week

 

  • Education City KS2 Literacy package for punctuation and grammar

 

 

Pupil C made less than expected progress in Writing

Pupil D made expected progress in Writing

Pupil E made less than expected progress in Writing

 

Pupil A made less than expected progress in Reading

Pupil B made expected progress in Reading

 

Pupil F made expected progress in Writing

Pupil G made less than expected progress in Writing

 

 

Pupil F made expected progress in Reading

Pupil G made less than expected progress in Reading
MATHS Impact on inclusion
  • 5x 0.5 hrs Maths support Kestrel Class

 

  • 5x1hr small groupings Y1 Maths 

 

 

  • 5x 1hr Maths support Buzzard Class per week

  

  • 2x 1hr maths consolidation group Golden Eagle Class per week

 

 

Pupil A made less than expected progress in Maths

Pupil B made expected progress in Maths

 

Pupil C made less than expected progress in Maths

Pupil D made expected progress in Maths

Pupil E made less than expected progress in Maths

 

Pupil F made expected progress in Maths

Pupil G made less than expected progress in Maths
SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL
  • KS2 Homework Club 1 x 0.5 hours a week
  • 6 yoga sessions for Buzzard and Golden Eagle Classes plus cost of church hall hire
  • 3 x Positive Touch massage sessions for Kestrel and Sparrow Hawk Classes
  • Subsidised residential trip for 2 children in Golden Eagle to London in February 2018
  • Subsidised residential trip for 1 child in Sparrow Hawk to Folly Farm in March 2018
  • Subsidies for out of school visits for Pupil Premium children
  • Subsidies for extra-curricular clubs for Pupil Premium children
  • Subsidies for music lessons for Pupil Premium children
  • Subsidised Breakfast Club and After School Club rates for Pupil Premium children
  • Free morning snacks
  • A set of 5 x Anxiety sessions for 3 children
  • THRIVE support
  • Transition support to Secondary School
  • Enables Pupil Premium children to complete homework
  • Increased confidence levels and social cohesion
  • Improvement in social skills, positive impact on social cohesion
  • Full participation in the residential trips

 

 

 

  • Full participation in school trips

 

  • Equal opportunities for all pupils
  • Equal opportunities for all pupils
  • Equal opportunities for all pupils

 

 

 

  • Help with emotional well-being
  • Support with social and emotional development
  • Enable successful transition, increase in confidence levels