Pupil Premium 2019/2020

 

 

Crowcroft Park Primary School Overview

Pupils in School

237

Proportion of Disadvantaged pupils

53

Pupil Premium allocation

£69,960

Academic Year covered by Statement

2019-2020

Publish Date

Feb 2020

Review Date

 

Statement authorised by

 

Pupil Premium Lead

Lizzie Wray

Governor Lead

Chris Sharples

 

 

The Pupil Premium is money given to the school by the Government to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils.

It was introduced in April 2011 for children who were registered as eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) and children who have been continuously been looked after for more than six months.

From April 2012, pupil premium funding was extended to all children eligible for free school meals at any point in the past 6 years.

In the 2019 to 2020 financial year, schools will receive the following funding for each child registered

  • £1,320 for eligible primary aged pupils
  • £935 for eligible secondary aged pupils
  • £2,300 for each looked after pupil
  • £300 for eligible pupil who parents are or have been in the armed services
  • Up to £300 for pupils aged 3 to 4 years; Early Years Pupil Premium

The school’s current pupil premium allocation for the financial

year 2019 – 2020 is £69,960.

 

 

Disadvantaged Pupil Barriers to Success

 

  • The outcomes and progress for pupil premium pupils can be impacted by a number of factors. Without seeking to generalise, pupil premium pupils may encounter greater barriers than other pupils.  
  • The key barriers of low attendance, limited aspiration and opportunity for enrichment are all focus areas to enhance pupil engagement and end a situation where disadvantaged pupils do not achieve in line with their peers.
  • Pupils can also have additional medical, social, emotional or behaviour needs.
  • As a school we have a strong focus on identifying barriers that each individual pupil premium pupil face.

 

 

 

 

How we plan to spend the Pupil Premium allocation 2019-2020

 

The aim of Pupil Premium in the 2019-2020 year is to narrow the progress gap between ‘All Pupils’ and those entitled to ‘Pupil Premium’. However, we also recognise the need to maintain high standards for all. The plan is based on a tiered spending plan in three key areas:

 

  1. Teaching
  2. Targeted academic support
  3. Wider strategies

 

 

In order to develop this  action plan the school has used research and supporting evidence from

https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/evidence-summaries/pupil-premium-guide/

 

 

Impact

The progress of pupils in receipt of ‘Pupil Premium’ funding is monitored very carefully.

A detailed report on the impact of Pupil Premium is presented to the governors annually.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium – Results Data 2019

School :Year 1 Phonics - % Meeting Standard

 

2017

2018

2019

Disadvantaged

100.0%

75.0%

60.0%

 

School :KS1 Reading - % Achieving Expected Standard

 

2017

2018

2019

Disadvantaged

71.4%

100.0%

75.00%

School :KS1 Writing - % Achieving Expected Standard

 

2017

2018

2019

Disadvantaged

71.4%

100.0%

75.0%

School :KS1 Maths - % Achieving Expected Standard

 

2017

2018

2019

Disadvantaged

78.6%

100.0%

100.0%

School :KS1 Science - % Achieving Expected Standard

 

2017

2018

2019

Disadvantaged

100.0%

100.0%

50.0%

 

School :KS2 Reading - % Achieving Expected Standard

 

2017

2018

2019

Disadvantaged

75.0%

81.8%

53.8%

School :KS2 Writing - % Achieving Expected Standard

 

2017

 

Pupil Premium 2018/2019

The Pupil Premium is money given to the school by the Government to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils.

It was introduced in April 2011 for children who were registered as eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) and children who have been continuously been looked after for more than six months.

From April 2012, pupil premium funding was extended to all children eligible for free school meals at any point in the past 6 years. In 2019/20, we expect to receive £68,640 from Pupil Premium funding.

In 2019/20, the allocation of pupil premium for each eligible child is to:

  • £1,320 per pupil of primary-school age
  • £935 per pupil of secondary-school age
  • £300 per pupil of parents who are or have been in the armed services
  • £2,300 per pupil for looked-after children who:

0 have been looked after for 1 day or more

0 are adopted

0 leave care under a Special Guardianship Order or a Residence Order

  •      * Up to £300 for pupils aged 3 to 4 years; Early Years pupil Premium

From the introduction of Pupil Premium funding, the school has received:

2018-2019, we received £75,240.

2017-2018, we received £87,120.

2016-2017, we received £103,970

2015-2016, we received £117,472

2014-2015, we received £116,424

2013-2014, we received £90,535

2012-2013, we received £53,578

2011-2012, we received £23,912

How the money has been used

The money has been used to:

  • Continue to provide Reading Manager to work with children, parents and staff to improve reading strategies and confidence in reading across the whole school.
  • Continue to provide specialist support for reading recovery for children on a one to one basis.
  • Provide Team Teaching, focused intervention strategies to raise standards.
  • Provide subsidies for educational visits including year 6 residential.
  • Continue to provide the successful pre-school and popular lunchtime sport activities.
  • Provide specialist support for speech and language for target children.
  • Homework clubs and Holiday club revision classes.
  • Provide an assessment tracking system so that we can see the impact of interventions.
  • Continue to provide training for teachers and teaching assistants in raising standards.
  • Provide afterschool workshops and activities for our stakeholders; parents, carers, children and governors.

All pupils have been able to take part in an increasing variety of educational visits and curriculum enrichment opportunities which engage them in their learning. We use pupil premium to identify children on FSM and target their learning and progress.

Impact

The progress of pupils in receipt of ‘Pupil Premium’ funding is monitored very carefully.

For example, we use some Pupil Premium funding to improve standards on reading.

A detailed report on the impact of Pupil Premium is presented to the governors annually.

Pupil Premium – Results Data 2018

School :Year 1 Phonics - % Meeting Standard

  2016 2017 2018
Disadvantaged 85.7% 100.0% 75.0%

School :KS1 Reading - % Achieving Expected Standard

  2016 2017 2018
Disadvantaged 55.6% 71.4% 100.0%

School :KS1 Writing - % Achieving Expected Standard

  2016 2017 2018
Disadvantaged 44.4% 71.4% 100.0%

School :KS1 Maths - % Achieving Expected Standard

  2016 2017 2018
Disadvantaged 55.6% 78.6% 100.0%

School :KS1 Science - % Achieving Expected Standard

  2016 2017 2018
Disadvantaged 66.7% 100% 100.0%

School :KS2 Reading - % Achieving Expected Standard

  2016 2017 2018
Disadvantaged 50.0% 75.0% 81.8%

School :KS2 Writing - % Achieving Expected Standard

  2016 2017 2018
Disadvantaged 63.2% 75.0% 72.7%

School :KS2 Maths - % Achieving Expected Standard

  2016 2017 2018
Disadvantaged 66.7% 91.7% 90.9%

School :KS2 RWM - % Achieving Expected Standard

  2016 2017 2018
Disadvantaged 42.1% 66.7% 72.7%

School :KS2 Reading - % Achieving Higher Standard

2016 2017 2018
11.1% 16.7% 27.3%

School :KS2 Writing - % Achieving Higher Standard

2016 2017 2018
15.8% 16.7% 18.2%

School :KS2 Maths - % Achieving Higher Standard

2016 2017 2018
22.2% 28.6% 50.0%

School :KS2 RWM - % Achieving Higher Standard

2016 2017 2018
5.3% 16.7% 18.2%

Summary

2018 progress measures indicate that, for writing and mathematics, KS1-KS2 progress is in the top 40% of schools nationally.

Disadvantaged pupils attain well throughout the school – above average in the EYFS (75% - GLD), KS1 (100% in each subject) and KS2 (73%, RWM combined.)

Pupil Premium 2017/2018

The Pupil Premium is money given to the school by the Government to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils.

It was  introduced in April 2011  for children  who were registered as eligible for Free School Meals (FSM)  and children who have been continuously been looked after for more than six months.

From April 2012, pupil premium funding was extended to all children eligible for free school meals at any point in the past 6 years.

In 2017/18, the allocation of pupil premium for each eligible child is:

  • £1,320 per pupil of primary-school age
  • £   935 per pupil of secondary-school age
  • £   300 per pupil of parents who are or have been in the armed services
  • £1,900 per pupil for looked-after children who:
    • have been looked after for 1 day or more
    • are adopted
    • leave care under a Special Guardianship Order or a Residence Order

Up to £300 for pupils aged 3 to 4 years; Early Years Pupil Premium.

Since the introduction of Pupil Premium funding, the school has received:

In 2011-2012, we received £23,912

In 2012-2013, we received £53,578

In 2013-2014 we received £90,535

In 2014-2015 we received £116,424

In 2015-2016 we received £117,472

In 2016-2017 we received £103,970

In 2017-2018 we received £ 87,120

How the money has been used

The money has been used to:

  • Continue to provide Reading Manager to work with children, parents and staff to improve reading strategies and confidence in reading.
  • Continue to provide specialist support for reading recovery for children on a one to one basis.
  • Provide Team Teaching, focused intervention strategies to raise standards.
  • Provide subsidies for educational visits including year 6 residential.
  • Continue to provide the successful pre-school and popular lunchtime sport activities.
  • Provide specialist support for speech and language for target children.
  • Continue to provide drama therapy for children who have barriers to learning to December 2017 and now play therapy from January 2018..
  • Homework clubs and Holiday club revision classes.
  • Provide an assessment tracking system so that we can see the impact of interventions.
  • Continue to provide training for teachers and teaching assistants in raising standards.
  • Provide afterschool workshops and activities for our stakeholders; parents, carers, children and governors.

All pupils have been able to take part in an increasing variety of educational visits and curriculum enrichment opportunities which engage them in their learning. We use pupil premium to identify children on FSM and target their learning and progress.

Impact

The progress of pupils in receipt of ‘Pupil Premium’ funding is monitored very carefully.

For example, we use some Pupil Premium funding to improve standards on reading.

A detailed report on the impact of Pupil Premium is presented to the governors annually.

The Results of Attainment Levels in 2016 at Key Stage 2 were:

Key Stage 2 Attainment for Mathematics, Reading and Writing: Disadvantaged Pupils

 

Maths Attainment

Writing Attainment

Reading Attainment

 

 

 

Cohort

 

Cohort

Assessed

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

School

National

%

School

National

%

School

National

%

School

National

%

School

National

%

School

National

%

All pupils

31

31

74

75

13

21

71

68

10

16

71

76

10

25

Gender

Male

Female

 

18

13

 

18

13

 

72/74

77/77

 

17/22

8/19

 

67/62

77/75

 

6/11

15/20

 

67/72

77/80

 

6/22

15/29

Disadvantaged

Other

14

17

14

17

79/62

71/79

0/11

24/23

71/54

71/72

7/8

12/18

71/63  

71/79

0/14

18/28

14 pupils (Y2),  42% of the class were in receipt of the Pupil Premium fundin:

  • 79% of disadvantaged children achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in maths which was 17% above the national     figure (62%)
  • 0% ‘exceeded the expected Standard’ in maths which was 11% below the national figure (11%)
  • 71% achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in writing which was 17% above the national figure (54%)
  • 7% exceeded the ‘expected Standard’ in writing which was 1% below the national figure (8%)

The Results of Attainment Levels in 2017 at Key Stage 2 were:

 

Maths Attainment

Writing Attainment

Reading Attainment

 

 

 

Cohort

 

Cohort

Assessed

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Achieving the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

School

National

%

School

National

%

School

National

%

School

National

%

School

National

%

School

National

%

All pupils

32

31

87/75

45/23

81/76

13/18

81/72

26/25

Gender

Male

Female

 

13

19

 

12

19

 

67/75

100/75

 

33/24

53/21

 

58/70

95/82

 

8/13

16/23

 

58/68

95/75

 

8/22

37/28

Disadvantaged

Other

12

20

12

19

92/63

84/80

42/13

47/27

75/66

84/80

17/10

11/27

75/60

84/77

17/14

32/29

12 pupils, 38% of the class were in receipt of the Pupil Premium funding and 12 of these pupils took part in the KS2 SATS:

  • 92% of disadvantaged children achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in maths which was 29% above the national figure (63%)
  • 42% ‘exceeded the expected Standard’ in maths which was 29% above the national figure (13%)
  • 75% achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in writing which was 9% above the national figure (66%)
  • 17%  exceeded the ‘expected Standard’ in writing which was 7% above the national figure (10%)
  • 75% achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in reading which was 15% above the national figure (60%)
  • 17% exceeded the ‘expected Standard’ in reading which was 3% above the national figure (14%)
  • 71% achieved the ‘expected Standard’ in reading which was 8% above the national figure (63%)

Our disadvantaged children are well above the national progress standard.