Heathlands Primary Academy

Heath Way, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham, B34 6NB

01217472705

enquiry@heathlnd.bham.sch.uk

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Use of the Pupil Premium

 

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2014-2015

PUPIL PREMIUM INCOME & EXPENDITURE

   

2014/15

     

PP FUNDING

DETAIL

EXPENDITURE

BALANCE

£

14/15 Allocation   £269,100                  207 pupils @ £1,300                 

April 2014 - August 2014

 

269,100

 

Pupil support:  Teaching staff - fixed term contracts

69,573

 

 

SEN support: 2 x Teaching Assistants

11,727

 

 

Breakfast club costs (salaries & food)

6,735

 

 

Pilot Partnership Citizen Project

350

 

 

Books for Reception pupils

60

 

 

Hearts & Minds  -  Playworker support – Summer term

1,350

 

 

September 2014  – August 2015

 

 

 

Pupil support:  Teaching staff - fixed term contracts (Sept - Dec 2014)

42,576

 

 

 SEN support:  Agency TA

17,980

 

 

Senior Learning Mentor & Playworker support

36,246

 

 

Breakfast club costs (salaries & food)

18,918

 

 

Assertive Mentoring

6,004

 

 

Phonic Books Ltd - books

3,352

 

 

WMISLT Ltd - Speech & Lang support 19/1/2015 - 23/3/2015

2,040

 

 

Talking Products Ltd - 'Talking Tins'

170

 

 

 

 

 

 

balance

 

52,019

       
 

 

 

 

Impact Statements for Pupil Premium spending 2014/2015

                                        

Spending Allocation

Cost

Impact

Pupil Support – Teaching Staff fixed term contracts Sept-Dec 2014

£42,576

3 teachers worked with Year 4, 5 and 6 pupil premium pupils to raise standards in English and Maths

Year 6 pupil premium pupils 38/60

Track 2 showed – Dec 2014

Reading

·         17% of PP have made 4pts+progress, non PP 20%

·         53% of PP have made 2pts+progress, non PP 58%

Writing

·         5% of PP have made 4pts+progress, non PP 17%

·         31% of PP have made 2pts+progress, non PP 50%

Maths

·         0 PP pupils made 6pts progress, non PP 2%

·         22% of PP have made 4pts+progress, non PP 22%

·         69% of PP have made 2pts+progress, non PP 67%

Year 5 pupil premium pupils

Track 2 showed – Dec 2014

Reading

·         3% of PP have made 4pts+progress, non PP 4%

·         24% of PP have made 2pts+progress, non PP 15%

Writing

·         0% of PP have made 4pts+progress, non PP 0%

·         12% of PP have made 2pts+progress, non PP 11%

Maths

·         0% PP pupils made 6pts progress, non PP 0%

·         3% of PP have made 4pts+progress, non PP 0%

·         33% of PP have made 2pts+progress, non PP 52%

Year 4 pupil premium pupils

Track 2 showed – Dec 2014

Reading

·         5% of PP have made 4pts+progress, non PP 18%

·         43% of PP have made 2pts+progress, non PP 46%

Writing

·         0% of PP have made 4pts+progress, non PP 0%

·         5% of PP have made 2pts+progress, non PP 13%

Maths

·         0% PP pupils made 6pts progress, non PP 0%

·         3% of PP have made 4pts+progress, non PP 0%

·         33% of PP have made 2pts+progress, non PP 52%

 

Year 5 support

Agency TA

12 months

£17,980

·         The TA has provided extra support for pupil premium pupils in Literacy and Numeracy

Year 5 pupil premium pupils

Track 5 data showed – Sum 1 2015

Reading

·         12% PP pupils made 6pts progress, non PP 0%

·         39% of PP have made 4pts+progress, non PP 26%

·         79% of PP have made 2pts+progress, non PP 78%

Writing

·         10% PP pupils made 6pts progress, non PP 4%

·         18% of PP have made 4pts+progress, non PP 22%

·         67% of PP have made 2pts+progress, non PP 63%

Maths

·         27% PP pupils made 6pts progress, non PP 15%

·         79% of PP have made 4pts+progress, non PP 67%

·         97% of PP have made 2pts+progress, non PP 97%

 

Senior Learning Mentor and Playworker support

£36,246

·         A number of pupils have had access to social groups which has enabled them to participate in their lessons and improve their attitudes to learning, removing any barriers they may have.  This has involved 44 children of which 31 of these are pupil premium children. (7.4% of the school population)

·         A key function of this role is to improve the schools attendance. Currently 19 families have been placed on Spotlight due to the poor attendance of their children. Of the 19 children 18 of these are pupil premium pupils. This procedure is a constant function of the senior learning mentor throughout the year.

·         The senior learning mentor is available to respond to and support the social, emotional and behavioural needs of the children on a daily basis.

Breakfast Club costs

£18,918

·         On average 100 children arrive at school every day between 8.10 am and 8.45am for breakfast.

·         Toast, cereal and a drink are available for all pupils

·         The breakfast club is open to all pupils

Assertive Mentoring

£6000

Maths Systems

·         Teachers’ knowledge of the National Curriculum objectives for their year group has improved over the year

·         The system of printed weekly tests has enabled teachers to identify gaps in individual pupil’s skills and plan to support improvement

·         The system of half-termly tests has provided teachers with an assessment tool enabling them to track individual pupil’s half-termly progress and take steps to improve

·         Maths help sheets are given to parents to support work at home

·         Grammar Hammer used in KS1 and 2 increased teachers and children’s awareness of grammar terminology and new national curriculum expectations

·         Writing help sheets are used in KS2

 

Phonics Books Ltd

£3,352

·         Children are making links between their learning in phonics and reading

·         Phonics screening data has shown increased amount of children in Year 1 expected level

·         (increase from 52% June 14 to 72% June 15)

·         Reception children are more confident in reading books due to the positive experience had with the new books May 14 50% on track ELG May 15 60%

WMISLT Ltd

Speech and Language support

19.1.15-23.3.15

£2,040

Employed for 1 day each week for Summer Term 2015

4 hours each week for the Spring Term 2015

Children have been prioritised by SENCo and class teachers

·         Nursery:- programmes of work have been put in place for speech clarity

·         Language Land in place for language development

·         Re-assessment is in place to measure on-going progress

Talking Products Ltd

‘Talking Tins

£170

·         Children in Year 1 are more confident to write independently and assessments have indicated an improvement from 26% on track or above Sept 14 to 63% on track or above April 15.

3 x 1:1 Behaviour support for 3 pupils

April-July 2015

£8,820

£6,539

£3,080

·         The 3 1:1 support persons have managed instances of disruptive behaviour immediately and effectively therefore allowing learning to continue for the remaining pupils

·         There have been less instances of unmanageable disruptive behaviour from these pupils

·         Learning for these pupils has improved in the classroom