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2015-16

SEPTEMBER 2015-JULY 2016

If your child has been eligible for Pupil Premium, from September 2015 we are offering free instrumental tuition and two free after school clubs. Please contact Mrs Baker in the school office to express your interest in this offer.

 

Budget: £42,840

We currently have 40 pupils on the Ever 6 Free School Meal List

 

 

After school clubs offer-2 free after school clubs per week for a whole year.

£6400

Music Lessons-Free tuition in one instrument for a year

£5120

Subsidies for field trips based on £25 a year per child

£1000

HLTA- interventions/Safeguarding/Welfare

£24780

Teacher interventions

£4446

Intervention Materials-Yr 2 maths materials for 6 pupils/Power of 2/additional phonics materials and training.

£1094

TOTAL

£42840

 

 

 

OVERALL IMPACT OF THE EXPENDITURE ON ELIGIBLE PUPILS 2015-16

 

FSU-There are 3 pupils in this cohort in receipt of Pupil Premium funding, each equating to 33%

 All three children (100%) achieved the expected standard in all areas except number where 2 out of 3 children achieved it.

 

YR 1-There are 3 pupils in this cohort in receipt of Pupil Premium funding, each equating to 33%. All (100%) met the expected standard.

 

YR 2- There are 6 pupils in this cohort in receipt of Pupil Premium funding, each equating to 16.6%. one pupil attended Seaburn Dene Primary School for only 35 days.

In reading pupils in receipt of PP funding at SDPS attain more highly than children in receipt of funding nationally and the gap is smaller than the gap nationally.

In writing pupils in receipt of PP funding at SDPS attain more highly than children in receipt of funding nationally and the gap is similar to the gap nationally.

In maths pupils in receipt of PP funding at SDPS attain more highly than children in receipt of funding nationally and the gap is smaller than the gap nationally.

 

YR 6-There are 4 pupils in this cohort in receipt of Pupil Premium funding.

In reading the average scaled score for children in receipt of  of PP funding is 99.3 which is slightly less than children in receipt of Pupil Premium funding nationally.(99.9)

In maths, the average scaled score for children in receipt of PP funding is 98.3 which is less than children in receipt of Pupil Premium funding nationally.(100.8)

In SPAG, the average scaled score for children in receipt of PP funding is 100.5. National data was not available at the time of writing.

 

 

 

 

IMPACT

There has been a 40% increase of pupils entitled to free school meals taking instrumental lessons in the Autumn term 2015.

Make Up of Pupil Participation in Clubs:

 

CLUB

Percentage of Participants who Generate Pupil

Premium Funding

Drama Club 30%
Cheerleading Club 14%
KS 2 Gym Club 15%
KS 1 Gym Club 15%
Dodgeball 18%
Football 40%

 

 


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