Pupil & Sport Premium

 

Overview of the school

Calverton Pupil Premium 2017-2018 is £177,900 

Calverton Sports Premium Grant 2017-2018 is £3998

Calverton Pupil Premium Grant received for 2016/2017 is £187,300

Pupil Premium Spend  2016-2017

SDP   Objective / Initiatives

Record   of spend

Cost £

Reading

 

Library   Service

5713

Books  

1932

RWI

11225

 

 

18,870

Writing

Shakespeare   in school

879

 

Brilliant   Club

2270

 

Angel   Heart theatre

530

 

Chain   Reaction theatre

275

 

 

3,954

Maths

Teacher   Training

4650

 

Maths   New Programme Resources

17300

 

 

21,950

EYFS

(Spring)   Outdoor  areas development

7250

 

Outdoor   Learning

2786

 

Zulogic  

424

 

Box   Clever ( Cosy)

1150

 

 

11,610

 

 

 

Out   of classroom learning

Barcelona   Educational Visit

900

 

Fair   play house

12000

 

 

 

12,900

Music  

Music   Academy

5156

Art

Bow   Arts

6594

 

Emergency   Exit Arts

250

 

 

 

PE

Cumberland   Sports

3185

 

Sport   for Success

1500

 

Swimming  

7500

 

Sport   supplies

1665

 

 

13,850

Other  

Its   learning UK

2356

 

Milk   & Fruit Provision

7384

 

School   Diaries

1963

 

World   of work

3248

 

Young   Voices

885

Underachievement  

LBN

18592

Behaviour   support

LBN

4118

Staff   Resource

Learning   Mentor

20600

 

Pastoral   Support Manager

43000

Attendance   Management

LBN

6000

Education   Psychology

LBN

2875

After   school clubs

Out   of Hours learning Staff costs

10000

 

 

121,021

Total  

 

204,155

 

 

Calverton Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure 2015/2016

At Calverton Primary School we are very proud to be a culturally diverse and fully inclusive school that is committed to ensuring we aspire to and achieve our motto of ‘Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day’.

Recent Initiatives / Improvements

  • Increased attainment in KS1 and KS 2
  • Increased percentages of children working at or above Age Related Expectations (ARE)
  • Improved phonics scores through the implementation of intervention groups
  • Introduction of ‘Maths makes sense‘ to support children’s understanding in maths, especially in relation to number and calculation
  • Earlier intervention in place in years 1 & 2 , 3 & 4 and EYFS
  • Children acting as leaders across the school through the School Council
  • Increased uptake of extended school provision
  • Improved attendance through the focus on families

Key Assessment Outcomes 2014 – 2015:

  • Reception Exit: Good Level of Development, Disadvantaged: 67% (2014 National 45%), Non Disadvantaged: 62% (2014 National 64%)
  • Year 1 Phonics: Meeting the standard, Disadvantaged: 79% (2014 National 63%), Non Disadvantaged: 82% (2014 National 78%)
  • KS1: Reading 2b+, Disadvantaged: 77%, Non Disadvantaged 72%
  • KS1: Writing 2b+, Disadvantaged: 74%, Non Disadvantaged 72%
  • KS1: Mathematics 2b+, Disadvantaged: 72%, Non Disadvantaged 78%
  • KS2: Combined L4+ Disadvantaged: 76%, Non Disadvantaged 89%

We track progress overtime for each pupil thoroughly so we can develop strategies and interventions to promote improvement. This is done termly, and involves reporting to governors, pupil progress meetings and meetings with parents/carers.

We use Raise Online, Target tracker, KS1 data, KS2 data, Phonics and EYFS profiles to evaluate impact in terms of attainment and progress for all.

When making decisions on how we will spend the pupil premium grant, we consider the context of the school and the challenges we face.

Common barriers for disadvantaged children can be less support at home, weak language and communication skills, lack of confidence and more frequent behaviour difficulties, attendance and punctuality issues. There may also be complex family situations that prevent the children from flourishing.

Our key objective in using the Pupil Premium is to narrow the gap between pupil groups. As a school we have an excellent track record of ensuring pupils make good progress. In January 2015, we received a letter from the David Laws MP, Minister of State for Schools, congratulating the school on the improvement in results for our disadvantaged KS2 pupils since 2011. Through targeted intervention we are working to eliminate barriers to learning and progress.

Total No of pupils   eligible for PPG

155

Total % of pupils

37 % 

Amount of PPG per   pupil

£1,320

Total Amount of PPG   received

£204,600

School Deprivation   Indicator

0.48 ( 80th percentile)

Focus on Learning   in the curriculum

32% £62,801

Focus on social,   emotional behaviour

33% £65,000

Focus on enrichment   beyond the curriculum

34% £67,805

Focus on families/   Community

0.5% £1,000

 

 

Project

Item

Cost

Objective

Open Futures

Cook it

Grow it

Film It

Ask It

£4000

Focus on Learning   in the Curriculum

Resourcing and   management costs

English

New Spelling   Programme

£3500

Focus on Learning   in the Curriculum

To increase   percentage of pupils attaining age related expectations in writing through   implementation of new spelling scheme

Maths

Maths Makes Sense

£2500

Focus on Learning   in the Curriculum

Resourcing,   training, plus intervention groups whilst embedding Maths Make sense learning   system.

RWI

Phonics Learning

£5000

Focus on Learning   in the Curriculum

Resources and embedding   good phonics knowledge

New Curriculum

Resources

£6000

Focus on Learning   in the Curriculum

Training and   resources to embed the new curriculum

Modern Languages

Educational Visit   Barcelona

 

Spanish PPA Teacher

£10000

 

 

£5500

Focus on enrichment   beyond the curriculum

 

 

Focus on Learning   in the Curriculum

Spanish Day –   Flamenco Workshop for pupils

Music

Music Tuition

£6330

Focus on Learning   in the Curriculum

Every Child a   Musician and bought in specialist

EYFS

Curriculum / ICT   resources

£3000

Focus on Learning   in the Curriculum

Resources

Provision 1:1

Curriculum / ICT   resources

£5000

Focus on Learning   in the Curriculum

Resources and investment   in Assessment Tracking System

School Community   Events

Focus on families/   Community

£1000

Focus on Families/   Community

Community Event –   Calverton’s 30th Birthday

Summer Carnival

Learning Mentor

Pupil Support

£15000

Focus on social, emotional   behaviour

In Progress

Pastoral Support   Manager

Families/ Community   Support

£42000

Focus on social,   emotional behaviour

Art

Raise   children’s aspirations and broaden their creative experiences

£25950

Focus on enrichment   beyond the curriculum

Bought in services   – Bow Arts

Educational Visits

 

Focus on Learning/   Curriculum

£21000

Focus on enrichment   beyond the curriculum

All pupils to   experience an educational visit,

Funding to support   each class, plus larger visits such as Fair Play House (Outdoor Education   Centre)

After school clubs

Enrichment

beyond the   curriculum

£5000

Focus on enrichment   beyond the curriculum

Termly after school   clubs

Other   Initiatives                                                    

World of Work

RE Matters,  Brilliant Club, School Council, Gangsline,   Swimming         Attendance Management support  

£35826

Focus on enrichment   beyond the curriculum

 

 

 

Sports Premium Grant received for 2016/2017 is £9,595

Sports Premium 2015-2016

Total number of pupils eligible for Sports Premium is 311

Sport premium allocation is £5574 (Oct 2015)

Sport premium allocation is £3981 (April 2016)

We have allocated funds from the Sports Premium to
Cumberland school and to support the employment of a specialist sports coach.

Our tennis team recently won the Newham Tennis Tournament, and took part in a London wide competition at Crystal Palace. It has also aided us as we aim for the Silver Kite Mark.

Total   No of pupils

416

Total   % of pupils eligible for PPG

46.2%  

Amount   of PPG per pupil

£1,300

Total   Amount of PPG received

£221,300

School   Deprivation Indicator

0.48 ( 80th percentile)

Calverton Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure 2014/2015

Recent Initiatives / Improvements

The school is striving to be an outstanding school determined to create a positive culture in which everyone can reach their full potential.

  • Increased performance in KS1 and KS 2
  • Increased percentages of children working at or above age related expectations
  • Previous gaps between groups have been significantly narrowed
  • Improved phonics scores through the implementation of intervention groups
  • Improved maths scores through the implementation of intervention groups
  • Improved reading through the implementation of an open library space and investment in excellent reading resources 
  • Introduction of ‘Maths makes sense‘ to support children’s understanding in maths, especially in relation to number and calculation
  • Earlier intervention in place in years 1 & 2 , 3 & 4 and EYFS
  • Children acting as leaders across the school through the  School Council
  • Increased uptake of extended school provision
  • Improved attendance through the focus on families

When making decisions on how we will spend the pupil premium grant, we consider the context of the school and the challenges we face.

Common barriers for FSM children can be less support at home, weak language and communication skills, lack of confidence and more frequent behaviour difficulties, attendance and punctuality issues. There may also be complex family situations that prevent the children from flourishing.

Our key objective in using the Pupil Premium is to narrow the gap between pupil groups. As a school we have an excellent track record of ensuring pupils make good progress however just like the national trend expectations of attainment have been lower for FSM. Through targeted intervention we are working to eliminate barriers to learning and progress.

We have analysed our data thoroughly and have made use of research such as good practice in using pupil premium funding, Fischer Family Trust and Raise on line to inform our decision making.

 

Nature of support

Focus   on Learning in the curriculum

60%  £133,500

Focus   on social, emotional behaviour

19%  £43,300

Focus   on enrichment beyond the curriculum

17%  £39,500

Focus   on families/ Community

2%    £5,000

 

  Project

Item

Cost

Objective

Open   Futures

Cook It

Grow It

Film It

Ask It

£15000

Focus   on enrichment beyond the curriculum

English  

New Library

£10000

To   encourage the love of reading and improve reading skills

Maths

Maths Makes Sense

£10000

Focus   on Learning in the curriculum

RWI

Focus on learning in the curriculum

£5000

Embed   good phonics knowledge

New   Curriculum

Resources

£75000

Focus   on Learning in the curriculum

Modern   Languages

Educational   Visit – Barcelona

 

Spanish   PPA Teacher

£10000

  

£5500

Focus   on enrichment beyond the curriculum

EYFS

Curriculum   / ICT resources

£2500

Focus   on Learning in the curriculum

Provision   1:1

Curriculum   / ICT resources

£10000

Focus   on Learning in the curriculum

School   Community Events

Focus   on families/ Community

£5000

Focus   on families/ Community

Pastoral   Support

Focus   on social , emotional behaviour

£43,300

Focus   on families/ Community

Display  

Resources  

£1000  

Focus   on enrichment beyond the curriculum

Educational   Visits

Focus   on Learning/ Curriculum

£21000

All   pupils to experience an educational visit

After   school clubs

Enrichment   beyond the curriculum

£9000

Focus   on enrichment beyond the curriculum

Brilliant   Club

Enrichment   beyond the curriculum

£100

Graduation   Event to recognise pupils exceeding expectations

 

Impact of pupil premium 2014-2015

The schools evaluation of its own performance is rigorous.

Tracking progress overtime for each pupil is thorough so we can develop strategies and interventions to promote improvement.

We review Raise Online, Target tracker, KS1, KS2, Phonics and EYFS profiles to evaluate impact in terms of attainment and progress for all.

 

Our Sports Premium

The Sports Premium spend of £5765 is used towards employing our own specialist PE coach. Our PE coach (Rob Cooper) raises the quality of teaching of PE across the school and oversees all inter school competition. Outcomes are much improved for the children through the appointment of this subject specialist. We also pay an annual fee of £5 per pupil to enter into sports partnership with the Cumberland School sports outreach programme.  This gives us additional sports specialists to raise the quality of tennis, football, hockey, netball and golf across all year groups. It has also aided us as we aim for the Silver Kite Mark

 

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