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Rawmarsh Ryecroft Infant School Pupil Premium Information

 

How Rawmarsh Ryecroft Infant School will use Pupil Premium April 2017- March 2018

 

As a school we look at the needs of children eligible for the Pupil Premium funding and plan interventions and provide support for these children to enable them to meet their full potential.

 

The Pupil Premium Grant –PPG- (for 2017-18) was allocated to local authorities / school for pupils who are eligible / who were eligible for free school meals (FSM) in January 2017 / have been known to be eligible for free school meals at any time for the last six years. It provides the school with additional funding to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils from Reception to year 2 in our school.

 

Governors and all members of staff accept responsibility for all pupils in school including those who are eligible for pupil premium funding.

 

April 2017 (The current figure is £1320 per pupil eligible for this funding-Ever FSM 6.) and £300 per service child.

 

April 2017

 

Number of pupils and Pupil premium grant (PPG) received for 2017-2018

 

Total number of pupils on roll

165

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG (Ever FSM 6)

50

Amount of PPG per pupil

£1320

Total amount of PPG received

£66,300 (includes 1 service child)

The school also received pupil premium funding for 1 service child.

 

The Governing body use pupil premium funding to help to ‘diminish the difference’ for pupils in receipt of these monies. They will ensure that provision is made to meet the needs of these pupils.

 

Schools are able to spend the premium in the way they think best to support raising attainment for their most vulnerable/ socially deprived pupils.

 

We received the Pupil Premium Grant shown above in 2017-18 and this will be used to help to raise the attainment and support our free school meals pupils.

 

Nature of Support

 

The PPG is aimed at accelerating pupil progress so that all pupils achieve at least age related expectations. (To support this we are involved in various initiatives and have a number of interventions planned for 2017-18).

 

This funding helps us to meet our vision of the best possible achievement at Rawmarsh Ryecroft Infant School for all our pupils including the most vulnerable/ socially deprived.

 

With the money this financial year the Governors are making the following provision for this group which the funding helps to provide:

 

Additional support from Teaching Assistants in classrooms, small group work and / or intervention programmes –these may be delivered as one to one work or within a small group.

 

Small group work with experienced staff focusing on overcoming gaps in learning-Y2 (and Y1) English support group within a small nurturing environment to help to develop self-esteem and self-confidence.

 

Access to additional teaching and learning opportunities provided by experienced staff including Teaching Assistants and other multi-agency professionals.

 

Providing specialist groups at all stages.

 

Providing 1:1 specialist support/ additional teaching and learning opportunities for pupils from specialist trained teaching assistants /cover supervisors to enable them to develop confidence and help to overcome some of their barriers to learning. Providing time for the trained staff to implement work which gives pupils’ a voice.

 

Providing ‘extra reading support’ for pupils to help to ‘diminish the difference’ between them and their peers.

 

Providing a higher staff to child ratio in the Early Year’s Foundation Stage (EYFS) to ensure that all pupils, including those who are eligible for FSM have targeted support to ensure they reach their full potential and make a secure start to their school career and learning.

 

Providing support to enable pupils to acquire basic skills working in small groups at all year groups. This includes support with Early Literacy, Numeracy, communication and language skills.

 

Providing support for all pupils including pupil premium / more able pupils to ensure they meet their full potential.

 

Funding will also be used to support the provision of enrichment opportunities for these pupils-these may include ‘visits out and visitors in’, access to extended school provision such as breakfast / after school clubs, subsidising special events and opportunities etc.

 

While the vast majority of this funding will be targeted to support pupils identified as eligible for this funding, some Pupil premium funding may also be allocated to support any pupils / group of pupils who have been identified as vulnerable or socially disadvantaged.

 

It has also been used to help to provide a ‘breakfast club’ which is ‘open to all pupils’ at a reasonable cost (£1.50 per day- July 17, £2 per day from Sept 17 due to increased time allocation and staffing costs). Some pupils who access this provision are eligible for Pupil Premium Funding.

 

Pupil Premium Impact Statement for 2016 - 2017


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