Pupil Premium

 

 

2017/18 Pupil Premium Strategy (Stokesay):

 

We have been allocated a Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) of £50,160 for the year 2017/18  (based on 38 pupils eligible at the time)

 

Please click here for our 2017/18 Pupil Premium Strategy

 

NB:  This includes provision, aims and costings for 2017/18 

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Previous Academic Years:

 

2016/17 Pupil Premium Strategy (Stokesay):

 

2016/17:  We were allocated a Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) of £52,800 for the year 2016/17  (based on 40 pupils eligible at the time)

 

Please click here for details on Stokesay's 2016/17 Pupil Premium Strategy

NB:  This includes provision, aims and costings for 2016/17 

 

 

2016/17 Pupil Premium Grant Provision - Impact

 

DA/NDA Summary, Progress - Summer 2017:

 

KS2 Y6 Cohort – Progress between KS1 and KS2:  Comparison between Stokesay's Disadvantaged pupils (KS2 2017 cohort) and 'National Other' 2017 will be updated as soon as this information becomes available

Recent (AWL) whole school progress tracking (teacher-assessed, since assessing without levels) of DA pupils (between Autumn 2015 & Summer 2017), shows no 'in school' progress gap between DA/NDA in reading and extremely small gaps in writing, maths and EGPS (-1% gap in all 3 areas).  (see document below for more detail)

 

More than Expected Progress (AWL):  Also, the percentages of DA pupils in school making more than expected progress (MEP) in this same period is broadly in line with or slightly above NDA in all reading and writing, though just below in Maths and EGPS. (see document below for more detail)

 

To see more detailed information on the the impact of school's provision on the recent progress (since assessing without levels, 2015 onwards) of Y1-Y6 disadvantaged (DA) pupils in school in 2016/17, please click here.

 

Attainment - Summer 2017

 

Y1 and Y2 Phonics:  Comparison between Stokesay's Disadvantaged pupils (Y1  phonics and Y2 retakes ,2017 cohort) and 'National Other' 2017 will be updated as soon as this information becomes available

KS1 (Y2) Attainment 2016: Comparison between Stokesay's Disadvantaged pupils (KS1 2017 cohort) and 'National Other' 2017 will be updated as soon as this information becomes available

 

KS2 (Y6) Attainment 2016: Comparison between Stokesay's Disadvantaged pupils (KS2 2017 cohort) and 'National Other' 2017 will be updated as soon as this information becomes available 

 

Attainment of ‘other cohorts’ (internal teacher assessments - AWL):  

Attainment at the expected ‘secure’ level or above, shows gaps are closing across school between DA and NDA (-14% Ma, -16% Wr, -20% EGPS,-30% Rd), when compared to 2015/16 (-16% Ma, -22% Wr, -25% EGPS, -31% Rd).  

Summer 2017: To see more information on the impact of this year's provision (see below) on the attainment of disadvantaged (DA) pupils in school, please click here.

 

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2015/16:  We were allocated a Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) of £44,880 for the year 2015/16  (based on 34 pupils eligible at the time)

 

2015/16 Pupil Premium Grant Provision - Impact

 

DA/NDA Summary:

 

Progress - Summer 2016

 

KS2 Y6 Cohort – Progress between KS1 and KS2:  In 2016, progress of KS2 DA pupils was below pupils nationally (‘National Other’) in all subjects, but most especially in maths, where progress was extremely low.

Progress (since KS1) of ‘other cohorts’  Analysis of progress over time (since KS1 levelled judgements) for 2016/17 current Y4-6 pupils (tracking against FFT50 KS2 targets) shows the progress gap in these 3 cohorts between DA and NDA is -23% Rd, -16% Wr, -7% Maths.  Recent interventions are narrowing these gaps.

More recent AWL whole school progress tracking (teacher-assessed, since assessing without levels) of DA pupils (between Autumn 2015 & Summer 2016), shows no progress gap between DA/NDA in writing and extremely small gaps in reading, maths and EGPS.  Also, the percentages of DA pupils in school making more than expected progress (MEP) in this same period was slightly above NDA in all subjects. (see document below for more detail)

 

Summer 2016:  To see more information on the the impact of school's provision (see below) on the recent progress (since assessing without levels, 2015 onwards) of Y1-Y6 disadvantaged (DA) pupils in school in 2015/16, please click here.

 

Attainment - Summer 2016

 

Y1 and Y2 Phonics:  Y1 DA pupils phonics (67%) was 16% below pupils nationally (‘National Other’), though School DA Y2 phonics (cumulative) by the end of 2016 (100%) was 7% above pupils nationally (National Other’). 

KS1 (Y2) Attainment 2016: Comparison to national figures (RAISE 2016) for KS1 SATs Outcomes at the Expected Standard 2016 shows that school DA outcomes had no gap and were above National Other in all 3 subjectsReading (+5%)  83% school DA/78% National Other, Writing (+13%) 83% school DA/70% National Other, Maths (+23%) 100% school DA/77% National Other. 

KS2 (Y6) Attainment 2016: Comparison to national figures (RAISE 2016) shows significant attainment gaps exist between school’s KS2 DA pupils in 2016 and ‘National Other’ in all subjects; Reading (-49% gap, 2 pupils below national), Writing (-45% gap, 1 pupil below National), Maths (-53% gap, 2 pupils below national) and EGPS (-67% gap, 3 pupils below national).   

Attainment of ‘other cohorts’ (internal teacher assessments - AWL):  DA attainment compared with NDA for other cohorts showed gaps closing over 2015/16, rapidly so in writing and maths, when comparing DA/NDA at an attainment level just below ‘secure’.   

However, attainment at the expected ‘secure’ level or above, shows larger gaps across school between DA and NDA (-16% Ma, -22% Wr, -25% EGPS, -31% Rd).   (see document below for more detail)

Summer 2016: To see more information on the impact of this year's provision (see below) on the attainment of disadvantaged (DA) pupils ata 'secure' threshold, please click here.


Provision, 2015/16:

 

We have allocated the PPG (£44,880) to support the improvement of outcomes for these pupils to help pay for the following provision, 2015/16:

 

Reading, maths, phonics and writing support (TAs) (£6364.80) - additional TA support for children who require support with reading, maths and writing, targeting PPG pupils.

Reading, maths, phonics and writing support (Teachers) (£6630) - additional teacher-led interventions for children who require support with reading, maths and writing, targeting PPG pupils.

IGR (Integrated Group Reading) Research (£1020) - working alongside Exeter University supporting reading for pupils in Years 2 and 3 (resources and training for 2 teachers)

Solihull Approach (U.Y.C) (£1020) - School staff delivering sessions for parents to work with school staff on the 'Solihull Approach' to 'Understanding Your Child' (UYC).

Homework Club (£1326) - paying for staff to run a weekly club to support children with completing homework and encouraging learning outside of school.

Enrichment (After School Club/Trip Payments etc) (£2040) -

Breakfast Club (£9945) – children in receipt of free school meals attend for free. Fees, provisions and additional equipment and resources will be funded from this grant.

Tea & Toast (£1326) - Weekly drop in (informal) for parents and children (in EYFS/KS1 building)

Family Support Worker (£10,030) – working 20 hours per week in the school supporting vulnerable children and their families.

Nurture Group/Jungle Room (see below)  – provision of staff and equipment to run our 'Nurture Group' and “Jungle Room”, which provides additional support for children requiring support to develop confidence and self esteem in order that they can be enthusiastic about school and their learning.

Elklan speech and language (£5100 - for Nurture and Elklan combined) - 2 x trained speech and language TAs working mainly with individuals in the Infant department to improve speech and language development to enable pupils to access the curriculum.

 

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 2014:15:                                             

We were allocated a pupil premium grant of £52,000 for the year 2014/15

  

This has been spent on:

 

Solihull Approach (£5408) - Training for staff and setting up sessions for parents to work with school staff on the 'Solihull Approach' to 'Understanding Your Child'.

Homework Club (£1014) - paying for staff to run a weekly club to support children with completing homework and encouraging learning outside of school.

Breakfast Club (£7605) – children in receipt of free school meals attend for free.  Fees, provisions and additional equipment and resources will be funded from this grant.  

Tea & Toast (£1326) - Weekly drop in (informal) for parents and children (in EYFS/KS1 building)

Family Support Worker (£10,010) – working 20 hours per week in the school supporting children and their families. 

Nurture Group/Jungle Room (£5720) – provision of staff, resources & equipment to run our “Jungle Room”, which provides additional support for children who have been highlighted as requiring support to develop confidence and self esteem in order that they can be enthusiastic about school and their learning.

Elklan speech and language (£5720) - 2 x trained speech and language TAs working mainly with individuals in the Infant department to improve speech and language development to enable pupils to access the curriculum. 

Reading, maths and writing  support (£15210)- additional TA support for children who require support with reading, maths and writing, targeting PPG pupils.

 

NB - Total Expenditure = £52013

 

 

 2014/15 Pupil Premium Grant Provision - Impact:

 

To see the full detail on progress and attainment impact of this year's provision, please click here.

 

Summary:  Progress measures between DA and Non DA pupils are improving, with the progress gap closing and having in fact closed in many cases (especially in KS1, where the full effect of recent PPG provision has had most impact).  In terms of attainment, there remains a significant attainment gap between DA and Non DA pupils.  The above report gives fuller details on all of this.

  

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2013/14 Pupil Premium:

 

 To see similar information for 2013/14, please click here.