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Barnby Road Academy

‘Where everyone is able to achieve their best’

Impact of Pupil Premium Strategy 2018-19

Pupil Premium Spending and Impact

2018-19

 

Pupil Premium allocation for 2018-19: £107,197

 

Support

Proposed Impact

Funding from PPG

Targeted Support

Intervention is targeted to suit each child in the form of:

• Small group support

• Booster groups

• 1:1 support

• Speech & Language support

• EAL support

 

Access to ICT hardware & software to enhance learning

Improved and accelerated progress in reading, writing and maths

 

Improved use of vocabulary relevant to English & Maths

 

Improved access to different learning strategies

£5915.60

 

 

£5915.60

 

 

£15984

 

 

£4000

Curriculum Enrichment

The curriculum is extended to pupils in the following ways:

• Subsidised visits

Workshops & Theatre performances in school

Use of specialist staff in various subjects

Specialised learning groups to allow curriculum provision at the right level

Purchase of resources that further enhance the curriculum and engagement including Phonics schemes in the Early years

Pupils have a bank of experiences to enhance their learning and are able to develop the talents they have outside the school curriculum.

 

Pupils use good resources that support learning

 

Reading is widely supported throughout the school especially in the Early Years.

£10000

Well-being support

We believe in supporting the whole child and their families and achieve this in the following ways:

  • Safeguarding & Welfare manager
  • Pastoral support throughout the school
  • Playtime support to organise specialised games
  • Counselling for individual children and groups offered through in house counsellor employed by the school 3 days a week, these include play therapy & Lego therapy
  • Mental Wellbeing survey carried out across Key stage 1 and 2 to determine the children who are emotionally unstable
  • Parent and child healthy relationships group ('hands are not for hurting')

Pupils learn how to manage their own behaviour.

 

Pupils develop strategies to manage their feelings.

 

Parents feel supported and are able to reach out for guidance and help with various problems.

 

Better attendance and general well-being of the children.

 

Counselling available in a very short time scale if required.

 

The feelings of the children about the school are known and any areas for improvement identified.

 

 

 

£25888

 

£4000

£10000

Parental Engagement

  • We really value the importance of partnerships with our parents and support this through:
  • Parental access to the Welfare manager throughout the week
  • Workshops for parents to support their knowledge & understanding of school
  • Support groups for parents of children with SEN
  • Coffee mornings / afternoons for parents involving outside providers e.g. Citizens advice bureau, children’s centre support workers etc.
  • Family learning groups
  • Support with doctors and paediatrician appointments

Parents are able to support their children with their journey through school and to access the curriculum

 

Parents knowledge is improved and how they can support their children

 

Positive relationships are fostered between the parents and school staff

 

Positive relationships are developed amongst the parents

£12200

Additional School Support

Extra support is provided in the following ways:

  • Subsidised visits out of school
  • Subsidised support for music lessons and dance sessions
  • Support in the home with financial help & guidance and food donations
  • Breakfast club funding
  • Home visits for identified families regarding children starting at school or Nursery
  • Home visits for children with attendance difficulties

Pupils have new experiences and are enabled to pursue them

 

The home life situation is improved and a better environment for the children

 

Children who are pupil premium can access breakfast club free of charge

 

Transition of children into school is a positive process

 

 

£4086

 

 

 

£2950

Staff Training / Release

We believe in the development of our staff to enhance our provision and achieve this by:

  • Training to support all identified staff for delivery of purchased intervention schemes
  • Courses relevant to the effective use of PPG accessed by SLT members
  • Teachers released to observe other staff to improve their performance
  • Teachers given time to meet regarding Pupil Progress on a regular basis

Support staff know how to teach intervention programmes appropriately

 

PPG is used effectively and the impact is effective throughout the school

 

Teachers meet in teams to discuss progress and feed this back to the SLT on a regular basis

£8000

Total Cost: £108 939.20

 

The Impact of our Strategies 2018-19 (£107 197):

 

In the end of Key Stage Two assessments 7 out of the 13 (53.8%) FSM6 children achieved age related expectance in Reading, Writing and Mathematics compared to 70% of non FSM6 children giving Barnby Road a FSM6 gap of 16.2%. The Nottinghamshire gap is 22.4%.

 

Attainment:

 

Barnby Road against National KS2 SATs (July 2019)

 

Reading

% expected +

% greater depth

Barnby Road

National

Barnby Road

National (2018)

All pupils (73)

72.6%

73.0%

34.2%

27.0%

Disadvantaged (13)

61.5%

64%

2018

23%

18%

2018

Non disadvantaged (60)

73.3%

80%

2018

35%

32%

2018

School/National  gap

-11.8%

-16%

2018

-12%

-14%

2018

 

Writing

% expected +

% greater depth

Barnby Road

National

Barnby Road

National

All pupils (73)

83.6%

78.0%

34.2%

20.0%

Disadvantaged (13)

61.5%

68%

2018

23%

11%

2018

Non disadvantaged (60)

88.3%

83%

2018

35%

24%

2018

School/National  gap

-26.8%

-15%

2018

-12%

-13%

2018

 

Maths

% expected +

% greater depth

Barnby Road

National

Barnby Road

National

All pupils (73)

87.7%

79.0%

34.2%

27.0%

Disadvantaged (13)

84.6%

64%

2018

0%

14%

2018

Non disadvantaged (60)

88.3%

80%

2018

40%

28%

2018

School/National  gap

-3.7%

-16%

2018

-40%

-14%

2018

 

Reading, Writing & Maths Combined

% expected +

% greater depth

Barnby Road

National

Barnby Road

National

All pupils (73)

67.1%

65.0%

16.4%

11.0%

Disadvantaged (13)

53.8%

51%

2018

0%

4%

2018

Non disadvantaged (60)

70.0%

70%

2018

20%

12%

2018

School/National  gap

-6.5%

-19%

2018

-20%

-8%

2018

 

 

GPS (SPAG)

% expected +

% greater depth

Barnby Road

National

Barnby Road

National

All pupils (73)

79.5%

73.0%

39.7%

36.0%

Disadvantaged (13)

61.5%

67%

2018

23.1%

24%

2018

Non disadvantaged (60)

83.3%

82%

2018

 

43.3%

39%

2018

School/National  gap

-21.8%

-15%

2018

-20.2%

-15%

2018

 

Impact was measured through:

 

  • A Pupil premium register that tracks the provision for all pupils accessing pupil premium. This is tracked across our school management information system.
  • Regular Pupil progress meetings within teams to discuss the progression being made by identified children.
  • Data analysis carried out at the end of each school year.
  • Specialist questionnaires aimed at children experiencing difficulties at home and at school. e.g. SDQ’s / Wellbeing evaluation sheets
  • Improved attendance of Pupil premium groups

 

 

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