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Great Missenden

Church Of England Combined School

An Academy of the Great Learners Trust

Pupil Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

 

PUPIL PREMIUM INFORMATION

Pupil Premium funding is used to close the disadvantage gap by addressing inequalities and raising attainment of those pupils from low-income and other disadvantaged families.

Great Missenden CE Combined School has received:

Financial Year

Amount of Pupil Premium Funding

2016 - 2017

£38,280

2017 - 2018

£40,920

2018 - 2019

£35,640

At Great Missenden School pupil premium funding for 2018-2019 will be used to support a range of academic and wider school life activities and experiences. There are 27 pupils eligible for pupil premium funding which represents 6.25% of pupils on roll.

The PPG per pupil for 2018-2019 is as follows:

Pupils in Year Groups R to 6 recorded as Ever 6 FSM

£1,320

Looked After Children (LAC)

£1,900

Children adopted from care under the Adoption and Children Act 2002 1 and children who have left care under a Special Guardianship or Residence Order

£1,900

Pupils in Year Groups R to 6 recorded as Ever 4 Service Child or in receipt of a child pension from the Ministry of Defence.

£300

 

The pupil premium allocation is spent either by providing academic support to boost attainment or as a means by which pupils learning or experiences may be enriched.

Where pupil’s attainment is good, the funding will be used to enrich their learning through:

  • Funding residential and educational visits
  • Funded extra-curricular clubs and activities
  • Challenge groups to ensure pupils fulfil their academic potential (Literacy & Maths)
  • Breakfast club
  • Tutti-frutti and Cool Milk
  • Music tuition
  • Other areas specific to the individual needs of a pupil eligible for pupil premium funding.

Where pupil’s attainment is below the national expectations, the funding will be used to support the pupils learning needs through:

  • 1:1 tuition
  • Intervention groups (Reading, Writing & Maths)
  • Other areas specific to the individual needs of a pupil eligible for pupil premium funding.

 

 

 

 

In 2018 – 2019 children eligible for pupil premium funding will benefit in the following ways:

 

Early Intervention

 

Provision

Impact

2017-2018

Impact

2018-2019

 

1:1 Tuition

1:1 intensive support

1 hour per week for 10 weeks

 

10 children eligible for pupil premium funding were identified for 1:1 tuition during this academic year.

10 children eligible for pupil premium funding have been identified for 1:1 tuition during this academic year.

 

Intervention

Groups

Focused small group interventions targeted to meet specific individual needs based on outcomes from pupil tracking systems and progress meetings

e.g. BRP

5 Min Box

Keep up not catch up

Precision Teaching

Lego Therapy

18 children eligible for pupil premium funding were identified for intervention groups during this academic year.

14 children eligible for pupil premium funding have been identified for intervention groups during this academic year.

 

Phonics Group

Additional staff to facilitate for phonics groups across Reception & Key Stage 1

30 mins daily

4 children eligible for pupil premium funding benefited from phased phonics groups this year.

6 children eligible for pupil premium funding will benefit from phased phonics groups this year.

 

Additional Curriculum Resources

Resources are purchased as appropriate to meet the needs of pupils including those eligible for Pupil Premium.

e.g Numicon

Read, Write Inc. Freshstart

Reading overlays

Lego Therapy

Resources purchased and allocated as appropriate.

Resources purchased and allocated as appropriate.

 

Pre-tutoring

Pre-tutoring groups led by Learning Support Assistants to pre-teach vocabulary to ensure full access to the curriculum alongside pupils peer groups.

2 children eligible for pupil premium funding were identified for pre-tutoring during the year.

 

7 children eligible for pupil premium funding will be identified for pre-tutoring during the year.

 

 

Transition Support

Year 6 – Transition groups run for children who may be vulnerable when transitioning into year 7.

 

Establish good communication links with secondary schools and ensure PP pupils have the opportunity to participate in summer schools as appropriate.

 

Detailed pen portraits are completed in order to aid transition between classes and secondary schools to ensure continuity of support.

 

4 children eligible for pupil premium funding were identified for transition support this year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All pupils eligible for pupil premium funding have pen portraits.

4 children eligible for pupil premium funding have been identified for transition support this year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All pupils eligible for pupil premium funding have pen portraits.

 

In Class Support

 

 

 

In class support in literacy, maths and grammar lessons.

 

 

 

All children eligible for pupil premium funding benefitted from in class support

All children eligible for pupil premium funding will benefit from in class support

 

 

 

 

INSET Training

 

LSAs paid overtime to attend whole school INSET training alongside the teaching staff.

 

Training specific to the impact of TAs:

The Deployment and Impact of Teaching Assistants

 

Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants

 

Training for specific intervention programmes such as BRP and Lego therapy.

 

Developing Growth Mindset

 

Creative curriculum.

 

All children eligible for pupil premium funding benefitted from activities led by Learning Support Assistants this year.

All children eligible for pupil premium funding will benefit from activities led by Learning Support Assistants this year.

 

 

 

 

Social Skills / Nurture Groups

Social skills groups run by the LSAs to develop co-operation, communication, turn taking and social skills.

 

 

5 children eligible for pupil premium funding were identified to take part in social skills groups this year.

 

5 children eligible for pupil premium funding have been identified to take part in social skills groups this year.

 

 

Clubs

A wide range of funded clubs are run after school and at lunch times to enable children to develop a wide range of skills outside of the academic curriculum. All children are encouraged to participate

 

All children eligible for pupil premium funding benefited from a wide range of extra-curricular clubs.

All children eligible for pupil premium funding can benefit from a wide range of extra-curricular clubs.

 

Enterprise

 

 

 

Projects such as the Restaurant Project and Mini enterprise projects are run to build confidence & skills outside of the academic curriculum.

All KS2 children eligible for pupil premium funding benefitted from enterprise projects.

 

All KS2 children eligible for pupil premium funding will benefit from enterprise projects.

 

 

E-Safety Support

Additional e-safety training is offered to vulnerable pupils to help develop awareness, skills and knowledge to stay safe online.

 

10 children eligible for Pupil Premium funding benefitted from additional 1:1 e-safety support

4 children eligible for Pupil Premium funding will benefit from additional 1:1 e-safety support

 

 

 

 

Growth Mindset Open Days & Workshops

 

Curriculum Focused Events

 

Pupil premium family afterschool club

Parent engagement is encouraged by offering open days and workshops where parents can come into school and see the benefits of developing a growth mindset or how to support children at home in a range of curriculum areas.

 

An afterschool club specifically for pupil premium families to attend is offered during the second term.

This is open to all families eligible for pupil premium funding.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This open to all families eligible for pupil premium funding.

This is open to all families eligible for pupil premium funding.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This open to all families eligible for pupil premium funding.

 

Parent Helpers

Training for additional volunteer parent readers.

All children eligible for pupil premium funding benefitted from 1:1 reading with parent volunteers this year.

 

All children eligible for pupil premium funding will benefit from 1:1 reading with parent volunteers this year.

 

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium Champion

Kirsty Rodger (SENDCo) is the school’s Pupil Premium Champion. This role involves tracking progress, overseeing provision, engaging with pupil premium families and making any relevant referrals to outside agencies as appropriate in order to close the disadvantage gap.

 

Families eligible for pupil premium benefitted from referrals to external agencies and additional support from the PP Champion as appropriate.

Families eligible for pupil premium will benefit from referrals to external agencies and additional support from the PP Champion as appropriate.

 

Governor

Agnes Fletcher is the nominated governor for pupil premium pupils.

 

 

 

 

 

The Pupil Premium Champion and Governor met termly to discuss and review provision for children eligible for pupil premium funding.

 

The Pupil Premium Champion and Governor will meet termly to discuss and review provision for children eligible for pupil premium funding.

 

 

 

 

 

Behaviour support

Individual behaviour support will be given to vulnerable pupils.

 

 

 

 

This was open to all families eligible for pupil premium funding is required.

 

This is open to all families eligible for pupil premium funding is required.

 

 

Home / School Communication

For vulnerable pupils, additional parent/ teacher meetings are organised or home / school communication books are put in place to ensure parents and teachers are working together.

 

Families eligible for pupil premium funding benefitted from additional home/school communication as appropriate.

Families eligible for pupil premium funding will benefit from additional home/school communication as appropriate.

 

Attendance Support

Support will be given to families and pupils whose academic progress is impacted by poor attendance.

 

 

Families eligible for pupil premium funding benefitted from attendance support as appropriate.

 

Families eligible for pupil premium funding will benefit from attendance support as appropriate.

 

 

Financial Support and Subsidy

Financial support will be offered to low income families e.g.

  • Breakfast club
  • Music tuition
  • Curriculum based visits
  • Residential trips
  • Performers / events in school
  • School Meals
  • Clubs

 

All children eligible for pupil premium funding were able to benefit from subsidised trips and visits on application.

All children eligible for pupil premium funding will be able to benefit from subsidised trips and visits on application.

 

Additional Swimming

Additional swimming lessons are organised by our sports co-ordinator for pupils eligible for pupil premium funding if they cannot swim by Year 4 – Summer Term

Pupils eligible for pupil premium funding benefitted from additional swimming as appropriate.

 

Pupils eligible for pupil premium funding will benefit from additional swimming as appropriate.

 

 

               

 

Impact on Attainment 2017 - 2018

In 2017 – 2018 the school received £40,920 funding. This group has demonstrated noticeably improved learning behaviours, with improvements in levels of involvement and engagement with their learning. They have benefitted from a wide range of extra-curricular activities and clubs to enhance their learning and enjoyment of school.

In EYFS 2/2 disadvantaged pupils achieved attainment of at least the expected standard for all EYFS development groups which was above the national figures for other pupils.

In Year 1, 3/3 disadvantaged pupils met the expected standard in the phonics screening test.

 

The end of Key Stage 1 results for disadvantaged pupils were as followed:

2/3 disadvantaged pupils met age related expectations in reading with 1 child meeting the standard for greater depth

1/3 disadvantaged pupils met age related expectations in maths with 1 child meeting the standard for greater depth

2/3 disadvantaged pupils met age related expectations in writing

 

The pupil premium group in year 6 was made up of 5 disadvantaged pupils and 1 service children.

The end Key Stage 2 results for disadvantaged pupils were as followed:

5/6 disadvantaged pupils met age related expectations in reading.

5/6 disadvantaged pupils met age related expectations in maths.

5/6 disadvantaged pupils met age related expectations in writing with 1 child meeting the standard for greater depth

 

Kirsty Rodger, SENDCo and Pupil Premium Champion

 

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