Pupil & Sport Premium

 

Overview of the school

Calverton Pupil Premium Grant 2018-2019 is £174,540

Calverton Sports Premium Grant 2018-2019 is £19,497

Calverton Pupil Premium  Grant 2017-2018 is £177,900 

Calverton Sports Premium Grant 2017-2018 is £19,410

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

 

 

Calverton Primary Pupil Premium Grant Plan 2017-18 

 

 

Deprivation Index for Calverton Primary

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

0.49

0.48

0.49

0.30

0.30

 

 

 

Total PPG Received

Prior Year

2016-2017

Current Year

2017-2018

Total amount EYFS PPG received

£845

£103

Total amount of Yr 1-6 PPG received

£187,300

£179,517

Total amount of SPORTS PPG received

£9,595

£11,323

Total PPG

 

£197,740

£190,943

 

 

 

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG)                             

 

EYFS

Yr1

Yr2

Yr3

Yr4

Yr5

Yr6

Total

Total number of pupils on roll

53

52

75

57

45

78

51

411

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

4

(7%)

4

(8%)

6

 (8%)

15

(26%)

14 (50%)

32 (41%)

20 (39%)

95

(23%)

 

 

 

Performance of disadvantaged pupils in Yr2 & Yr6

% of pupils meeting age related expectations
(pre 2016: Y2: Level 2c+, Y6: Level 4+,
2016 onwards: Expected Standard)

2014-2015

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

Yr2

Yr6

Yr2

Yr6

Yr2

Yr6

Yr2

Yr6

Reading

95%

76%

60%

57%

74%

74%

83%

58%

Writing

95%

81%

55%

65%

53%

74%

83%

79%

Mathematics

95%

81%

55%

61%

74%

74%

83%

46%

 

 

 

Performance of disadvantaged pupils in EYFS

 

2014-15

(12 pupils)

2015-16

(5 pupils)(No SEND)

2016-17

(7 pupils)(2chn SEND)

2017-18

(5children No SEND)

% of pupils at a Good Level of Development

83%

80%

57%

(80% if do not include SEND)

100%

% of pupils at expected standard in reading

83%

80%

57%

(80% if do not include SEND)

100%

 

% of pupils at expected standard in writing

83%

100%

57%

(80% if do not include SEND)

100%

 

% of pupils at expected standard in mathematics

100%

100%

57%

(80% if do not include SEND)

100%

 

 

 

 

Impact of Sport PPG on swimming

% of Yr6 pupils who can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over at least 25metres

56%

 

 


Summary of PPG spending

Objectives in spending PPG:

1 For all children to reach Reading age expected standards

2 For all children to reach Writing age expected standards

3 For all children to reach Maths age expected standards

4 For all EYFS children to reach a good level of development (GLD)

Summary of spending and actions taken:

A major investment will be in a Librarian and the improvement in the standard of school books, it is hoped that the higher quality reading opportunities will raise standards for disadvantaged children.  (£36,142 spent)

We continue to invest in enrichment opportunities to develop self-confidence and articulation through ARTS projects such as Shakespeare in schools, Brilliant club as well as quality theatre groups such as Angel Heart Puppet theatre. (£9,508 spent)

Mental Health & Well –being (HEADSTART) –resilence curriculum, parent engagement, specialist activities for targeted children. We continue to support pastoral and emotional resilience through the ongoing funding of a Learning Mentor and Pastoral Lead.

(£56,215 spent)

To develop the Sports initiatives to encourage competitive excellence and opportunity for all. For PE we use funding to invest in the Cumberland Sports Partnership ( £3500 spent) which gives a wide range of sporting and training opportunities for children and subsequently staff. We are also investing in school team kit and sets of PE kits for disadvantaged children whom regular clean kit is an issue.

EYFS Maths to develop outside play, weekly parent session, homework packs

Outcomes to date:

The Pastoral Lead continuse to aid our children with complex emotional barriers and help them develop resilient practices. Headstart has successfully started  Bounce back & 1:1 sessions. Box Clever sessions have begun in Reception with key children making progress already.

 

 

 


Record of PPG funding allocation

Funding allocated

Impact measure of funding

Monitored by (who & when)

Funding total

  1. Two day a week Librarian

Number of children visiting the library. % achieving ARE in Reading to increase to 85% by end of year.

SLT during learning walks.child evaluations & pupil progress meetings Spring, Summer & Autumn terms

£17,832 

 

  1. Enrichment activities

Before & After School Clubs

Brilliant Club

Shakespeare in school

Planners

EE enterprise

Discovery Education

Number of chn achieving 1st, 2:1, 2:2 Brilliant club degrees

% achieving  ARE in Writing to increase to 85% by end of year.

 

SLT – end of project/visit

£18,055

£600

 

£550

£3329

£3320

£2072

  1. Increased purchase of fiction & non-fiction books for the library & classrooms

Increased number of & improved quality of books in the library & class book corners

Literacy Lead & SLT Spring & Summer terms

£18,310

  1. Arts development

Exit Arts network meetings

Now  press play purchased and running in every class

Newham Academy of music SLA

Arts Lead

 

£9508

  1. Outdoor Learning

Forest schools lessons planned and carried out with every class

Welly boots & rain coats purchased

Outdoor Learning Lead

£320

  1. Learning Mentor and Pastoral Lead

Number of 1:1 sessions.Number of emotional outbursts from key children decreases. Monitored children are supported.

SLT & Safe Guard team - termly

£14,790 (LM)

£41,500 (PL)

  1. Membership to Cumberland Sports partnership

Number  of PPM chn participating in team events and having competitive experiences.

Dance& athletics & Gym  training

 

PE Lead termly

£ 3500

 

 

  1. Outdoor & Adventurous Learning

All Yr6 attend Lakeside

All Yr5 attend Fairplay House

Large scale outside EYFS Play equipment purchased

Headteacher

£10,600

£12,680

 

£14,145

  1. Broaden the range of PE activities

Fencing & Lunchtime mutli-sport sessions

Gymnastics equipment purchased

Coach for Cheerleading club

PE Lead

£1500

 

 

£500

  1. Increase participation in tennis

Purchase of new nets and rackets

PE Lead

3500

  1. Resource Box Clever sessions in EYFS

% achieving Communication Language & Literacy ARE to increase to 70% by end of year.

EYFS Lead Autumn 2018

£1150

 

Total

 

 

£177,761

 

 

Evaluation of PPG funding allocation

Funding allocated

Impact measure of funding

Evaluation of Impact

  1. Two day a week Librarian

Number of children visiting the library. % achieving ARE in Reading to increase to 85% by end of year.

Issues with computer system slowed progress and Librarian was sadly taken ill over year

  1. Enrichment activities

Brilliant Club

Shakespeare in school

Angel Heart Theatre

Planners

EE enterprise

Number of chn achieving 1st, 2:1, 2:2 Brilliant club degrees

 

% achieving  ARE in Writing to increase to 85% by end of year.

 

4 children achieved 1st degree, more than ever before

Writing % increased to a 3 year high

  1. Increased purchase of fiction & non-fiction books for the library & classrooms

Increased number of & improved quality of books in the library & class book corners

Both KS1 & 2 have had large input of quality books KS2 children are using library on regular basis.

  1. Arts development

Exit Arts

Now  press play

Newham Academy of music

Now Press Play has had significant impact, children’s vocabulary increasing

  1. Outdoor Learning

Forest schools lessons planned and carried out with every class

Welly boots & rain coats purchased

Full timetable of outdoor learning has been created and all children are engaging. Equipment has been purchased.

  1. Learning Mentor and Pastoral Lead

Number of 1:1 sessions.Number of emotional outbursts from key children decreases. Monitored children are supported.

Due to Learning mentor long term sickness absence the  number of 1:1 sessions has not supported all children that would benefit. SLT have had to support

  1. Membership to Cumberland Sports partnership

Number  of PPM chn participating in team events and having competitive experiences.

EYFS Play equipment

Over 20 events were attended with 400 children participating

  1. Outdoor & Adventurous Learning

All Yr6 attend Lakeside

All Yr5 attend Fairplay House

Large scale outside EYFS Play equipment purchased

2 classes of Yr6 attended YMCA Lakeside and 3 classes attended Fairplay House, all children who attended showed personal and social growth

Range of outside equipment purchased.

  1. Broaden the range of PE activities

Fencing sessions

Gymnastics equipment

2 years groups benefited from specialist Fencing and Gymnastic teaching

  1. Increase participation in tennis

Purchase of new nets and rackets

4 new tennis nets were purchased, we attended and represented Newham at the London Games for the 4 year in a row

  1. Set up and resource Box Clever sessions in EYFS

% achieving Communication Language & Literacy ARE to increase to 70% by end of year.

6 sets of Box Clever resources purchased and used with over 30 children in EYFS – Reception results speak for themselves – 100%

 

Calverton Primary Pupil Premium Grant Plan 2018-19 

 

Main barriers to Calverton disadvantaged children educational achievement.

 

  • Only 23% of the Calverton pupil population are classed as pupil premium, this is a drop in figures, possibly due to a change in benefit allocation and subsequent reclassification of FSM/Pupil premium.
  • 45% of Pupil Premium children speak another language (41 languages spoken) Poor adult literacy is a problem, with parents unable to support their children at home, anecdotally 3 parents per class we believe are unable to read.
  • Housing in the area is often of poor quality or cramped, evictions are common with landlords asking very high rents, homelessness/evictions are the most common issue when parents come to ask for Early Help support.
  • Domestic violence is high, with 72% of children monitored for safeguarding concerns have a domestic violence incident in their history. On average 60% children who are monitored for safeguarding concerns are pupil premium.
  • Mobility is high with an average of 25% of the children in every year group at Calverton will be their 3rd school. The school takes in on average 4 children a week and on average one child a week leaves to attend another school.
  • 22% of the disadvantaged children have a SEND need or EHCPlan.
  • 100% of children below 90% attendance are disadvantaged.

 

 

Deprivation Index for Calverton Primary

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

0.48

0.49

0.30

0.30

0.30

 

Total PPG Received

Year

2016-2017

Year

2017-2018

Current Year

2018-2019

Total amount EYFS PPG received

£845

£103

?

Total amount of Yr 1-6 PPG received

£187,300

£177,900

£174,540

Total amount of SPORTS PPG received

£9,595

£11,323

£19,560

Total PPG

 

£197,740

£189,326

£194,100

 

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG)       for 2018 - 19                     

 

EYFS

Yr1

Yr2

Yr3

Yr4

Yr5

Yr6

Total

Total number of pupils on roll

60

59

59

81

58

51

84

452

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

9

10

13

21

17

14

18

102

 

Performance of disadvantaged pupils in Yr2 & Yr6

% of pupils meeting age related expectations
(pre 2016: Y2: Level 2c+, Y6: Level 4+,
2016 onwards: Expected Standard)

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Yr2

Yr6

Yr2

Yr6

Yr2

Yr6

Yr2

Yr6

Reading

60%

57%

74%

74%

83%

58%

 

 

Writing

55%

65%

53%

74%

83%

79%

 

 

Mathematics

55%

61%

74%

74%

83%

46%

 

 

 

Performance of disadvantaged pupils in EYFS

 

2015-16

(5 pupils)(No SEND)

2016-17

(7 pupils)(2chn SEND)

2017-18

(5 pupils No SEND)

2018-19

% of pupils at a Good Level of Development

80%

57%

(80% if do not include SEND)

100%

 

 

% of pupils at expected standard in reading

80%

57%

(80% if do not include SEND)

100%

 

 

% of pupils at expected standard in writing

100%

57%

(80% if do not include SEND)

100%

 

 

% of pupils at expected standard in mathematics

100%

57%

(80% if do not include SEND)

100%

 

 

 

 

Impact of Sport PPG on swimming

% of Yr6 pupils who can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over at least 25metres

 

 


Summary of PPG spending

Objectives in spending PPG:

1 For all children to reach Reading age expected standards

2 For all children to reach Writing age expected standards

3 For all children to reach Maths age expected standards

4 For all EYFS children to reach a good level of development (GLD)

Summary of spending and actions taken:

 

To support children’s pastoral care and support families in need.

To improve the reading ability of children; their comprehension and vocabulary

To give children wider opportunities to grow as people, improving their social and emotional needs

 

 

Outcomes to date:

 

 

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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