Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium 2016 17

Specialist Support teacher                            £33000
Pastoral Support Worker                              £14000
1-2-1 teacher                                                £18000
Trips/Residentials                                         £6000
Breakfast club                                               £2500
After school clubs                                         £2500
Intervention work                                          £14000
Parent Support Advisor                                 £5000
Maths Whizz                                                  £4000

Contingency                                                   £3000

                                                                       £102000


Pupil Premium Strategy Plan Reviewed March 2017


Pupil Premium Strategy Plan 2016-2017




Pupil Premium 2015 16


Specialist Support teacher                            £33000
Pastoral Support Worker                              £14000
1-2-1 teacher                                                £18500
Trips/Residentials                                          £5500
Breakfast club                                                £4500
After school clubs                                          £4500
Intervention work                                        £14000
Parent Support Advisor                                 £5000
Maths Whizz                                                 £2500   


                                                                      £101500 

 Pupil Premium Strategy Plan 2015-2016


 Pupil Premium 2014-2015














Pupil Premium 2014 15


3 days Specialist Support £27,000.00
1 day Time 4U £3,000.00
2 days 1-2-1 (teacher) £17,000.00
Trips and residentials £5,400.00 (60 x £40 + 30 x £100)
Accelerated Reader £7,000.00
Breakfast/Afterschool Club TBC
Violins £1,000.00
Guitars £1,200.00
PSA £5,000.00
SD/CU £14,000.00 (1 TA )
total
£80,600.00




Impact

Pupil Premium eligible children (11 Year 6 children)
36% of the children were at CJS for less than 4 years.

18% of this cohort had a Statement of Special Educational Needs
18% of this cohort were children who are 'looked after in care'
64% scored level 4+ in Reading
18% scored level 5+ in Reading
18% did not sit the test
55% scored level 4+ in Writing
27% scored level 5+ in Writing
45% scored level 4+ in Maths
36% scored level 5+ in Maths
9% scored level 6 in Maths

17 children had extended access to Benjamin Foundation ‘Time for You’ nurture/counselling and/or nurture groups.

Impact is noted as:

  • ·         Greatly improved attendance
  • ·         Improved behaviour
  • ·         Less negative impact on learning as a result of friendship issues
  • ·         Improvement in self-esteem
  • ·         Bereavement support
  • ·         Accelerated progress






18 children/families accessed our Parent Support Advisor.

Impact is noted as:

  • ·         Much greater parental engagement with school/learning
  • ·         Improved behaviour
  • ·         Greatly improved attendance
  • ·         Improved diet
  • ·         Help with finance (food vouchers, benefit advice, advocacy etc)
  • ·         Parenting support






59 children received final support for local visits and residentials.

Impact is noted as:

  • ·         Raised aspirations
  • ·         Broadened educational/cultural experiences
  • ·         Increased independence
  • ·         Lessened financial burden reducing family stress




16 children attended Breakfast Club.

Impact is noted as:

  • ·         Increased independence
  • ·         Lessened financial burden reducing family stress
  • ·         Greatly improved attendance
  • ·         Improved diet
  • ·         Widened friendship circles





59 children used Accelerated Reader.

Impact is noted as:

  • ·         Much more reading
  • ·         Greater engagement with reading, particularly from boys
  • ·         Accelerated reading progress
  • ·         Reduced ‘homework stress’
  • ·         Broader range of genres accessed





9 children accessed 1-2-1 teaching from a specialised teacher.

Impact is noted as:

  • ·         Accelerated progress with reading and spelling
  • ·         Improved self-esteem
  • ·         Greater engagement within mainstream lessons



20 children accessed small group literacy interventions.

Impact is noted as:

  • ·         Accelerated progress with reading, writing and spelling
  • ·         Improved self-esteem
  • ·         Greater engagement within mainstream lessons



5 children took up playing a musical instrument.

Impact is noted as:

  • ·         Opportunity to play to a large audience
  • ·         Broadened cultural experience
  • ·         Widened aspirations