South Green Junior School

South Green Junior School

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"Pupils say that South Green Junior School is amazing and that lessons are always packed with excitement and adventure."Ofsted 2016

"The walls are adorned with good-quality work."Ofsted 2016

"The Head Teacher and her effective team build pupils' confidence to approach their work with the mind-set that they 'can do that'." Ofsted 2016

"In every lesson pupils were able to say what they were learning and how they would know if they were successful in their learning."Ofsted 2016

"Pupils say that they feel very safe in school." Ofsted 2016

"Senior leaders work extremely well together, complementing each other's skills well." Ofsted 2016

"There are numerous examples throughout the school of the high expectations set about 'how we want to be at South Green." Ofsted 2016

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                            Pupil Premium 

 Use and Impact of Pupil Premium Funding

In 2015-2016 we were allocated £51,734. This has been spent on extra teaching staff, to provide smaller groups for teaching to ensure accelerated progress in Year 6. This has also been used to fund interventions and extra support from Teaching assistants Additionally, the funding has supported the enrichment activities outlined below for those children attracting the Pupil Premium grant.

Achievement and Attainment Performance Data

 Year 3 Data (expected progress = 4 steps from Autumn 2 baseline assessment)

Subject

Average Steps progress – all children

Average Steps progress – Non Pupil Premium children

Average Steps progress Pupil Premium children

Reading

4.3

4.4

4.1

Writing

4.1

4.2

3.9

Maths

4.6

4.6

4.8

 Year 4 Data (expected progress = 6 steps from Summer 2015)

Subject

Average Steps progress – all children

Average Steps progress – Non Pupil Premium children

Average Steps progress Pupil Premium children

Reading

6.3

6.3

6.6

Writing

6.5

6.4

6.7

Maths

6.7

6.7

6.6

 Year 5 Data (expected progress = 6 steps from Summer 2015)

Subject

Average Steps progress All Children

Average Steps progress – Non Pupil Premium children

Average Steps progress Pupil Premium children

Reading

6.5

6.5

6.5

Writing

6.3

6.3

6.3

Maths

6.8

7.0

6.6

Year 6 Data (expected progress = 6 steps from Summer 2015) Teacher Assessment Data

Subject

Average Steps progress All Children

Average Steps progress – Non Pupil Premium children

Average Steps progress Pupil Premium children

Reading

7.0

6.9

7.8

Writing

7.3

7.4

6.6

Maths

8.0

7.7

9.9

 

PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING INCOME AND EXPENDITURE FOR 2015/16 – ALLOCATION £51,734

Targeted Support:

 

1:1 Tuition

 

Intervention groups and additional equipment

 

Additional teacher support in Year 6

 

Additional Teaching Assistant support

 

Lunchtime Nurture Club

 

 

£1,200

 

£1,400

 

 

£19,000

 

£22,796

 

£580

Extended School Support including:

 

Breakfast Club

School Visits

Music Tuition

After school clubs & activities

 

 

£7,266

Total spend = £52,242

Use and Impact of Pupil Premium Funding 2016/2017

In 2016-2017 we anticipate receiving £40,920. The money will be spent on extra teaching staff, to provide smaller groups for teaching to ensure accelerated progress. It will also support the enrichment activities outlined below for those children attracting the Pupil Premium.

PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING INCOME AND EXPENDITURE FOR 2016/17

 

Targeted Support:

 

1:1 Tuition

 

Additional Teaching support (Intervention groups, TA support, additional teachers in Year 6)

 

Nurture Club & additional TA support on playground

 

 

£5040

 

£25,000

(of which £11,440 is allocated to additional teachers in Year 6)

 

 

 

£2600

Extended School Support including:

 

Breakfast Club

School Visits

Music Tuition

After school clubs & activities

 

 

 

 

£9,600

 

Total planned spending to date = £42,240

The extra support is supplied in the following ways:

  • Additional support of TAs and HLTAs to work with small groups of pupils in Maths and Literacy to encourage positive attitudes to learning and assist them in making accelerated progress to meet Age Related Expectations.
  • Providing additional teachers in Year 6 to provide targeted support in order to ensure accelerated progress for disadvantaged pupils.
  • Subsidising educational trips and residential visits to ensure that pupils have equal access to all enrichment activities. 
  • To fund additional hours for Teaching Assistants in each class to support small groups.
  • To employ an additional Midday assistant to support pupils during lunch times to develop their social skills and to encourage children to play positively through the lunchtime Nurture Group.
  • To subsidise the Breakfast Club/ before school care which provides support for children who would benefit from extended school hours.
  • Enriching the wider curriculum to part fund visitors to the school who enhance the curriculum such as authors and musicians.
  • To provide training to assist staff in their role of supporting pupils with a range of needs so that pupils make good progress in their learning.

The impact of the money allocation will result in children attracting the Pupil Premium making at least the same progress as other children to meet or exceed Age Related Expectations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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