Pupil Premium Funding

What is Pupil Premium?

The Pupil Premium is a Government initiative that targets extra money at pupils from deprived backgrounds, which research shows underachieve compared to their non-deprived peers. The premium is provided in order to support these pupils in reaching their potential.

The government have used pupils entitled to Free School Meals (FSM) as an indicator for deprivation, and have deployed a fixed amount of money to schools per pupil, based on the number of pupils registered for Free School Meals. This fixed amount of money will increase every year of the course of this current Parliament.

The Government are not dictating how schools should spend this money, but are clear that schools will need to employ the strategies that they know will support their pupils to increase their attainment, and “narrow the gap”. Schools will be accountable for narrowing the gap, and there is a planned reform to the school performance tables to include new measures that show the attainment of pupils who receive the pupil premium compare with their peers.

How we allocate the Pupil Premium money at Carlton.

At Carlton we take a very planned approach to the allocation of funds. We take into account best practice, tried/tested actions that have been effective in the past and consider how we can achieve the maximum impact.

In making provision for socially disadvantaged pupils, the Governing Body and Leadership team recognize that not all pupils who receive FSM will be socially disadvantaged and that not all pupils who are socially disadvantaged will receive FSM. The Governing Body reserve the right to allocate the Pupil Premium funding to support any pupil or groups of pupils the school has legitimately identified as being socially disadvantaged.

2011/12 Use of Pupil Premium at Carlton

 

Action Cost Impact
First wave teaching teachers for allocated hours with identified pupils –plugging gaps and securing rapid progress  £35 798

27 FSM children targeted in reading, writing and maths.In maths 81% ach lev 4, in reading 81% and in writing 77%

In Year 6 – 88% of chn were classed as being FSM -70% of those children got level 4 + in maths and English combined

In year 5 – 46 children were classed as being entitled FSM –all children made satisfactory progress across each area

57% of the year group were classes as having FSM -66% of those children attained level 2 across the board

Additional interventions for identified children carried out by trained teaching assistants £20 753

Resources to support teaching and learning

Purchase of key texts for delivery of literacy units

£ 4 500

KS 1 – Year 1 and 2 progress  in reading and writing –expected

Ks 2 – progress since ks 1 – all in line or better except year 4 and year 5 writing

Progress on exit is judged as sig+ in both English and Maths

 

Attainment

Ks 1  data shows that reading and writing is in line for all children  and above national for FSM children

Attainment on exit for FSM chn shows that they are in line with national in English and Maths.

Increasing levels of attendance for identified pupils

Protected time for Attendance Officer targeting identified families on a daily basis to tackle non attendances/liaise with EWO

£ 2 370

Attendance over the year :94.80 from September YR – Y6

94.04 whole school from September YN – Y6

As a result of the work of the attendance officer, there are clear systems in place for targeting identified families -which have effect.

Engagement of parents in their chns learning

Ensuring that there is protected time for teachers to meet parents of vulnerable/stuck and slow moving pupils

Family support worker to deliver sessions for families to develop parental support and support their children’s learning

£ 7 040

 

 

 

 

£ 8 202

 

Structured parent meeting held in summer term.86% attendance for whole school. Parents commented on how positive the experience was.

In the family centre the sessions ran as planned –there were varying levels of attendance .Attainment data  for the EYFS was as follows

% at age related on entry –Reading 15, writing 8, calculations 28% ,

% at age related on exit-  Reading 69, writing 57, calculations -66%

Skilling up staff to contribute to a secure and safe learning environment

Team teach training for new staff

£2 320 Staff able to implement skills where necessary – classrooms calm and conducive environment  for children to learn

Strengthening extended provision within the school

Extending the music  provision across the school

£ 2 200 As a result of the funding the school ran – 2 recorder grps -20 chn -16 chn FSM and 4 Ukele grps -24 chn -20 FSM chn – 1 band- yr 5 chn -4 FSM chn

Strengthening partnerships with outside agencies to meet the needs of vulnerable children

Engagement of psychotheraphy team (tavistock clinic)

Provision of music therapy

£ 12 500

Music therapy:Reception class: in PSE 95% made 3 points progress, 61% 4 points and 34% 5 points

The EYFS staff all received training at the centre on using music therapy techniques in a classroom situation

The identified children above rec were targetted by other agencies

Psychotheraphy:Year 5 class had the opportunity to discuss and ask questions/teacher felt more confident in answering children’s questions/supporting them

total £95 683
Pupil Premium Allocation £95 648
2012/13 Use of Pupil Premium at Carlton

 

Action Cost Impact

First wave teaching : experienced teachers for allocated hours with identified pupils –plugging gaps and securing rapid progress -3 way split/additional teacher

Focussed work by Reading recovery Teacher(50% of time)

Engagement of white british fsm  chn –equivalent of 2 hours per week of deputy head time

£100 632

 

See grid below

Additional interventions for identified children carried out by trained teaching assistants;

Teaching assistant to focus on behaviour for learning  with identified chn

£25 983

Resources to support teaching and learning

Purchase of key texts for delivery of literacy units –extending into the EYFS.

Release time for literacy leader to work with staff to deliver the revised units

£1 800 Progress measures across the EYFS within the next stage of development matters –July 2013

NURSERY RECEPTION
CLL expected outstanding
READING good outstanding
WRITING outstanding outstanding

 

 

Action based research to improve the quality of teaching and learning

Enabling teachers to participate in the maths lesson study and share findings with colleagues

£ 1 200

Spring term leaders report shows that attainment in years 1,2,4,6 were in line, 73% were at expected level in reception and year 3 were below expected by 0.3

 

In school data for FSM pupils 2012 & 13 shows that in each year grp (except yr 1) the attainment gap against national closed

Developing resources to ensuring secure teacher assessment

Coaching for all teachers to ensure secure TA

£ 1 600 Refer to literacy leaders report to Governors

Increasing levels of attendance for identified pupils

Protected time for Attendance Officer targeting identified families on a daily basis to tackle non attendances/liaise with EWO

£ 2 370

95.83% for the year Y1- 6 compared with 95.20% from 11/12

95.45% from September YR – Y6 compared with 94.80% from 11/12

94.88% whole school from September YN – Y6 compared with 94.04% from 11/12

Engagement of parents in their chns learning

Ensuring that there is protected time for teachers to meet parents of vulnerable/stuck and slow moving pupils

Family support worker to deliver sessions for families to develop parental support and support their children’s learning

£ 7 040

 

 

 

 

£ 8 202

 

Structured parent meeting held in summer term.86% attendance for whole school. Parents commented on how positive the experience was.

In the family centre the sessions ran as planned –there were varying levels of attendance .Attainment data  for the EYFS was as follows

% at age related on entry –Reading 15, writing 8, calculations 28% ,

% at age related on exit-  Reading 69, writing 57, calculations -66%

Strengthening extended provision within the school

Extending the music  provision across the school

 

Working with a cricket coach to develop chn’s skill set

 

 

Participation in Silent Film Festival

 

 

Contribution to year 6 school journey and other off site education so that all pupils can attend

£ 2 500

In music the school was able to  run –

Recorder grps –Y2 – 29 chn FSM

Ukele grps – Y3 -25 chn FSM

Violin grp – 15 chn – 14 chn FSM

Wind Instrument grp –3 chn – 3 FSM

 

 

Cricket coach taught lessons across 8 KS2 classes, with 67children-FSM

Bleep Test was used to measure fitness levels of all students in Years 2-6: 69/75 children FSM increased their fitness level over the school year (with 202/223 of all Y2-6 children overall)

Children had access to script writer and used the familiar surroundings of their school as a set. The group wrote, refined and produced their own script -they won the following awards : Silent Film  of 2012 and Best Action Sequence

All children have the opportunity to attend school trips

Strengthening partnerships with outside agencies to meet the needs of vulnerable children

Engagement of psychotheraphy team (tavistock clinic)

Provision of music therapy

£ 12 500

Screening/assessments/grp therapy took part over the year to support children in Reception to development confidence, communication and social and emotional skills. 20 children were supported over the year. EYFS outcomes for PSE demonstrated 85% pupils meeting ELG.

(1)  TOPS children (all FSM)

TOPS Children READING WRITING MATHS
6 (all FSM)

ON

ENTRY

EXIT

ON

ENTRY

EXIT

ON

ENTRY

EXIT
17.3 23.7 16.3 21.0 18.0 22.3

Reading: 6.4pts progress  Writing: 4.7pts progress  Maths: 4.3pts progress

1 fixed term exclusion all year for children in TOPPS-down from previous year

(2)–yr 6 data

YR 6 READING WRITING MATHS

ON

ENTRY

EXIT

ON

ENTRY

EXIT

ON

ENTRY

EXIT
6M 23.5 29.2 19.0 26.1 21.1 28.1

 

 

Provision for healthy start to the day

Breakfast club for identified pupils

£2 500

An average of 40 children attended the Early Bird club over the year. This provided a healthy start to the day –the school reached its attendance target .36/40 were identified PP chn = 90%.

All received a healthy start to the day .The school exceeded its attendance target of 95%

total £172 827
2013/14 Use of Pupil Premium at Carlton

 

Action Cost Impact

First wave teaching : experienced teachers for allocated hours with identified pupils –plugging gaps and securing rapid progress -3 way split/additional teacher

Focussed work by Reading recovery Teacher(50% of time)

Engagement of white british fsm  chn –equivalent of 2 hours per week of deputy head time

Focussed work by reading volunteers

 

 

 

 

 

£ 141 643

Year 6:

91% achieved combined lev 4+ /12% lev 5.

Progress for pupil progress pupils was 14.1 where non pupil premium progress was 14.0.

Year 5:

Progress for all year 5 cohort was 10.4 .Progress for pupil premium pupils was 10.5 –in each of the subjects individually, pp pupils made as much progress as non pp pupils.

 

Reading recovery:1:1 support resulted in movement by all pupils. All pupil in guided reading group have begun to close the gap and all have made at least expected progress

8 children received support over the year. 4 pupils were at age related at year end, 1 child just behind and the other 3 had made good or better progress

White British: Attendance of pupils at school increased by 0.30%.Increase also in parental engagement at school events.

Progress at the end of KS1 in R, W, M was below expected but the rate was increasing and was expected by the end of KS 2.The school is now also part of a project to support families.

Reading Volunteers:24 pupils received support and 17 moved at least 1 sublevel -2 pupils that are stuck have been referred to outside agencies

Additional interventions for identified children carried out by trained teaching assistants;

Teaching assistant to focus on behaviour for learning  with identified chn

£ 35 320

18 chn supported by Behaviour for Learning. All pupils supported showed more engagement, Circle of Friends grps resulted in identified chn having calmer exp at sch which impacted on their learning. Year 6 learners received Assertive Training ready for secondary school.  All pupils made progress with their learning in the summer term.

 

As a result of interventions progress in all areas of learning in nursery/reception was judged as good or better in July 2014.

In year 1 year end progress in reading was 8 points, writing was  7.7 and maths was 8.8 for the year –all more than expected

Action based research to improve the quality of teaching and learning

Enabling teachers to participate in the maths lesson study and share findings with colleagues

 

 

£850

Quality of teaching judged as good or better – see data

Progress across EYFS judged as good or better in all areas.

Reading progress judged as good yr1-5 and outstanding in yr 6.

Writing progress judged as expected yr 1-5 and outstanding in yr 6.

Maths progress judged as expected in yr 1- 4 and good in yr 5 and 6

Developing resources to ensuring secure teacher assessment

Coaching for all teachers to ensure secure TA

£1 700 The senior leadership team are confident that judgements made are secure- the school has been moderated at end of KS by the local authority.

Increasing levels of attendance for identified pupils

Protected time for Attendance Officer targeting identified families on a daily basis to tackle non attendances/liaise with EWO

£1 420

% attendance has risen across the school.

Attendance from reception to yr 6 was 96.13% -an increase of 0.68 from the previous year.

Engagement of parents in their chns learning

Ensuring that there is protected time for teachers to meet parents of vulnerable/stuck and slow moving pupils

Family support worker to deliver sessions for families to develop parental support and support their children’s learning

£23 876

Parent/teacher meetings were held termly and over 95% of families attended across the school.

The non-attendees have been contacted by the teachers and have received copies of their children’s achievement reports

 

All new EYFS pupils received a home visit; the FSW also attended other settings to meet the new pupils.

Family learning went ahead on Friday morning, over the year 29 families attended. Coffee morning was varied throughout the year but there was a clear impact from the strengthening PTA

Strengthening extended provision within the school

Extending the music  provision across the school –funding 50% of wider opps for year 4 and dedicated music teacher time

 

Participation in Silent Film Festival

 

 

Contribution to year 6 school journey and other off site education so that all pupils can attend

 

Developing pupils team skills and skills for future life

£7 193

The planned music assemblies went ahead – all year 4 pupils were part of the music -wider opps and performed at termly and year end assemblies. The school choir sung at the Royal Albert Hall as part of the Camden Music Festival. Music assemblies re part of the assembly rota

 

 

 

 

The pupils in 1 year 6 class planned, developed and filmed their own script which was shown at the yr6 leavers assembly and Silent Film Festival

 

 

Feedback from the pupils was very positive -32 pupils have signed up as a result for Sept 2014 trip.

Each class from year 1-6 took their class on a trip for each unit –no child was turned away due to financial circumstances.

 

 

The Moonbase day went ahead in September and 10 pupils attended a follow up training session with children from other schools. Chn demonstrated that they were able to work in teams and make their own decisions

The tuck shop ran for 2 weeks as a pilot- the pupils demonstrated that they were able to measure profit and loss. They gained the skills of counting stock and running a stall

Strengthening partnerships with outside agencies to meet the needs of vulnerable children

Engagement of psychotheraphy team (tavistock clinic)

Provision of music therapy –contribution by the shool

£7 500

Music Therapy:4 year 1 children, 17 Reception children had Music Therapy in groups which had a positive impact on children’s listening, attention and turn taking skills.

One Year 2 child made significant progress in attention and listening skills, turn taking and emotional regulation

 

TOPPS work: The project was involved with 12 cases and all apart form one have engaged moving from assessment to treatment phase.1 case was successful in being transferred to the specialist clinical team.

Provision for healthy start to the day

Breakfast club for identified pupils

£35 721.00 The club was fully subscribed all year. As a result of this club, between 25- 35 pupils received a hot breakfast daily and experienced a calm start to the day
total £255 223.00
Pupil Premium funding £246 600.00
2014/15 Use of Pupil Premium at Carlton

 

Action Cost Impact

First wave teaching :

 

 

 

 

 

£ 186 395

At the end of key stage 2:Attainment and progress on exit at year 6 is at its highest level ever with all chn making expected progress from key stage 1 and more than half making more than expected progress.

Reading: level 4= 98%, level 5= 58%.

Writing 93%  level 5= 47%

Maths 95% level 5= 56%.

% of chn combined level 4= 93%.

 

At key stage 1: there is an increase in the % of level 3 in all subjects. In school data shows that progress in reading, writing and maths can be judged as good or better.

 

At the end of the EYFS: progress is judged as good or better. Provisional data shows that there was an increase of pupils achieving a good level of development at the end of the EYFS.

 

Additional interventions for identified children carried out by trained teaching assistants across EYFS and yr 1;

Teaching assistant to focus on behaviour for learning  with identified chn

£ 37 777

As part of Behaviour for Learning, children were carefully targeted over the year based on feedback form teachers and other staff. Over 90% who received support made at least a sub level progress, just under 50% made progress in 2 subjects and 25% made progress across all 3 subjects

 

As a result of interventions in the EYFS and year 1, progress in all areas of learning in nursery/reception was judged as good or better in July 2015.

In year 1 year end progress in reading, writing and maths was judged as good or better

Action based research to improve the quality of teaching and learning

Enabling teachers to participate in the maths lesson study and share findings with colleagues

 

 

£ 4000.00 See data from first wave teaching section for impact

Developing resources to ensuring secure teacher assessment

Coaching for all teachers to ensure secure TA

 

 

£1 950.00 The senior leadership team are confident that judgements made are secure- the school has been moderated by experienced senior leaders and the local authority.

Increasing levels of attendance for identified pupils

Protected time for Attendance Officer targeting identified families on a daily basis to tackle non attendances/liaise with EWO

£3 730.00 The office manager continued to target parents but attendance showed a decrease of 1%- this was in part due to an outbreak chickenpox across the school but also to isolated families. The inclusion team are aware of the families and are meeting in September to formulate a plan to tackle the drop.

Engagement of parents in their chns learning

Ensuring that there is protected time for teachers to meet parents of vulnerable/stuck and slow moving pupils

Family support worker to deliver sessions for families to develop parental support and support their children’s learning

£30 281.00

Parent/teacher meetings were held termly and over 95% of families attended across the school.

The non-attendees have been contacted by the teachers and have received copies of their children’s achievement reports

 

All new EYFS pupils received a home visit; the FSW also attended other settings to meet the new pupils.

Family learning went ahead on Friday morning, over the year and all targetted families attended. Coffee morning was varied throughout the year but there was a clear impact from the strengthening PTA

Strengthening extended provision within the school

Extending the music  provision across the school –funding 50% of wider opps for year 4 and dedicated music teacher time

 

Participation in Silent Film Festival

 

 

 

Contribution to year 6 school journey and other off site education so that all pupils can attend

 

Developing pupils team skills and skills for future life

 

£31 350.00

Wider Opps has been successful this year –all chn have had lessons and demonstrated their ability at the 3 end of term concert.

The termly music concert demonstrates the impact that music is having on the school –the children’s knowledge of songs has increased greatly, they enjoy singing. There are established ks 1 and 2 choirs and an increasing number of chn are participating in instrumental lessons

 

 

The pupils in yr 4 planned, developed and filmed their own script which was shown at the Silent Film Festival. A boy in yr 4 won the Best Actor Award.

 

 

Feedback from the pupils was very positive and contributed to a smooth start to the year.

Each class from year 1-6 took their class on a trip for each unit –no child was turned away due to financial circumstances.

 

The Moonbase day went ahead in September and 10 pupils attended a follow up training session with children from other schools. Chn demonstrated that they were able to work in teams and make their own decisions. The Reach Out programme was well attended and feedback form the children was very positive. Progress and attainment at the end of year 6 is at its highest point with increased level 5 and 6.

 

Strengthening partnerships with outside agencies to meet the needs of vulnerable children

Engagement of psychotheraphy team (tavistock clinic)

Provision of music therapy –contribution by the shool

£7 500

This year reception chn were targeted for therapy. 4 children had therapy for the year. All chn made progress towards their goals

 

 

Provision for healthy start to the day

Breakfast club for identified pupils

£9 275 The club was fully subscribed all year. As a result of this club, between 25- 35 pupils received a hot breakfast daily and experienced a calm start to the day

Increasing pupils access to a meaningful quality curriculum through high quality resources

Purchase sets of laptops for KS 2 classes to aid literacy independent literacy activities and maths activities to support their core skills

£11 000 Laptops have now being purchased and plans are in place to ensure that their use enhances children’s learning experiences and outcomes

Closing the gap of White British underattainers 

Dep. Head taking lead role –meeting parents/providing training and linking with other professionals. Monitoring impact of interventions –tracking the children. The school will continue to be  part in local authority focus on this grp

£18 164

The DH continued to work closely with key families. 3 families successfully completed the Parent Academy Training. There was also a noticeable increase of these parents involvement in the school by attending assemblies and the summer fair.

 

At year end the progress of WB pupils at yr end

Reading: expected or better except yr 4

Writing: yrs 3-5 below .All other yr groups  good or better

Maths: yr 4 below –all others made

 

 

total £336 422
Pupil Premium funding £336 498

2015/16 Use of Pupil Premium at Carlton

Action Cost Intended Outcomes

 Early Bird Club – Breakfast Club

Pupils have a nutritious and calm start to the day

 

 

£9,385.00 The early Bird Club continues to be very well subscribed .It provides children with a healthy start to the day and allows the school to target children who are in need.

Provision of Music Therapy

Addressing barriers to learning for identified children through structured sessions. Parental involvement encouraged.

Annual contribution from the school = £8,000.00 10 children benefitted from music therapy this year and 2 children went on to receive further support to meet their needs.

TOPPS –Tavistock Clinic

Psychotherapy support for identified pupils who are identified through Inclusion Team meetings

 

Annual contribution from the school

£7,500.00

14 children were supported and additional work will continue with a further four children.

All three Year 5/6 classes had a class sociogram and findings were used for further support.

Behaviour for learning support

Supporting identified FSM chn in developing social and emotional skills resulting in the closing of gaps in reading, writing and maths

 

 

 

Employment of speech therapist –band 1 to work with identified children across the school  -1 day per week

£32,816.00

Evidence of reduced exclusions over the year as a result of the targeted support provided.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The therapist worked has provided the school with a clearer view of children’s needs. The school has made further referrals as a result or have/plan to provide support at school level.

Building Learning Power

Training  for all staff to further embed the principles of BLP across the school thus ensuring that chn are ready and able to learn

£2,000.00

 

 

Following discussions with teachers 82% of pupils are viewed as being resilient learners, 96% as resourceful learners, 95% as reflective learners and 96% demonstrate reciprocity.

First Wave Quality teaching

Additional teacher in yr  4 – 6 to facilitate  groupings and interventions across yr 4-6 focussing on pupils with gaps

£106,109.00 As above

Assistant head part of 3 way grpings and teaching literacy/maths with an identified group in upper juniors

Additional teacher  focussing on closing the gaps in literacy through conferencing, tailored programmes and response to constructive marking.

Assistant head part of 3 way grpings and teaching literacy/maths with an identified group in upper juniors

Additional teacher  focussing on closing the gaps in literacy through conferencing, tailored programmes and response to constructive marking

In school data shows that in reading and writing combined:

at the end of the EYFS -46% were at age related standard,

56% at the end of key stage 1

76% at the end of key stage 2

 

In maths- 76% at age related at the end of the EYFS

58% at the end of key stage 1

60% at the end of key stage 2

Interventions to close the gap

Reading Recovery

– 1.5 days per week (the school will pay for the remainder )

£54,517.00

 

The year 1 pupils that were part of the RR programme this year all made the expected level of progress.

Identified pupils received the Talk Boost intervention throughout the year. Pupils identified as requiring further support with language and communication will receive it in the next school year.

The pupils that received the Fine Motor Skills all made small steps of progress in the group, but will continue to need support as they move into their new class.

EYFS/KS1 Interventions

Key stage 1/EYFS interventions to act on early identification of children –(speech and lang) Need identified at pupil progress/inclusion meetings –interventions set up and monitored

Closing the gap of White British underattainers 

meeting parents/providing training and linking with other professionals. Monitoring impact of interventions –tracking the children.

Progress data shows that at the end of KS 2 shows that pupils were above the expected progress rates in maths and made less progress in writing and reading. This is based on the new more challenging framework.

The school continues to be successful in linking with these families –see impact in Engagement of Parents section

Beanstalk ( Volunteer Reading Help)Reading with identified children to develop their skills and love of reading

£1,000.00

 

14 pupils were supported over the year.2 pupils made accelerated progress. 2 pupils did not make expected progress to absence and cognitive need. All other pupils made progress

Enhancing children’s learning experiences

supporting a portion of the year 6 school journey

ensuring that all pp children can attend school trips

£4,000.00

Year 6 school journey went ahead and was attended by 20 pupils (the yr 6 cohort is small) feedback from the children was very positive and ensured a smooth start to the year.

The on-going school trips continue to be attended by all pupils and teachers report that the children are very engaged and benefit from the experience.

Provision of in school music lessons for identified pupils

Yr4: weekly violin lessons for all chn (50% FSM) with Wider Opps Fund

2 days per week of music teacher who will lead on developing the school choir, teaching identified children instruments and teaching music lessons across the school

School contributes half the cost of Wider Opps £14,000.00

 

 

 All chn in year 4 have had violin lessons and demonstrated their ability at the end of term recitals.The termly music recital also demonstrates the impact that music is having on the school –the children’s knowledge of songs has increased greatly, they enjoy singing. There are established ks 1 and 2 choirs and an increasing number of chn are participating in instrumental lessons

Enabling Enterprise Association

each class across the school to take part in activities from Enabling Enterprise during CLT time to enhance their enterprise skills and expose them to career possibilities

each class to take part in the £50 enterprise challenge

£5,500.00

 

 

 

£ 700.00

Each class completed their in class project. Year 1 O won the £50 challenge and raised enough money to visit Kidzania.

The whole school challenge day was also a huge success and feedback form the team was that the children demonstrated high quality questioning skills and worked very efficiently as a team.

The children in 3G wrote and directed their own play- they won the award of best screen play. Their film was screened for other Camden schools at the Premier and also shown at the end of year assembly.

Silent Film Festival

Children working with Film in Education to write, produce, star in and film their silent film

£2,000.00

Increasing children’s leadership and independence skills

Development of a programme that encourages pupils to develop their leadership and independence skills

£2,000.00 The Carlton Crunchies (business enterprise group) ran their shop each Thursday and this year made a profit exceeding £100. They successfully interviewed and appointed the new team to carry on the business this year.

REACH OUT PROGRAMME

Targetting year 6 boys to motivate them in their learning and close gaps

£1,500.00 Reach Out continued to be successful this year and the participants were correctly targeted. All children, except 1 attended weekly and showed a positive attitude toward their learning in class.
Children have access to high quality home readers to develop their interest in reading £ 5,000.00 High quality texts were purchased for each class- feedback for the children was very positive

Support for Families

Provision of specialised sessions for parents based on need to develop parental support of their children’s learning /their skills as parents-

Home visits – structured discussions

Family learning

Stay and Play

£18,921.00

The sessions in the CCLC continued to be well attended.

Each child that came to the EYFS received a home visit and a visit to their previous setting.

Engagement of parents in their children’s learning

-structured parent meetings to discuss targets for identified children and share aspirations with the child present

Discussion of midyear reports with parent and child

£11,700.00 70% of structured parent conversations reviewed at end of year,  BUT,  100% of parents of children with My Plans met throughout the year through SPC and / or TAF meetings with members of inclusion team.
Continue to tackle persistent non attendees – targeting parents of non-attendees and target families with EWO support £4,800.00 The attendance was 95.12% from  reception to Y6: The impact of Eid was 0.66%

Helping children with the cost of accessing on line maths homework (mathletics) £5 per child- school pay a portion

Providing children with 1: 1 books to work on at home to practice their skills-  £350

Access to Oxford Owl

Providing access to online homework  = £2,000.00 Feedback from parents was very positive. Homework was not raised as an issue in the summer term Parental Survey
Total: £293,448.00
Pupil premium funding: £293,040.00
2016/17 Use of Pupil Premium at Carlton

 

Action Cost Outcomes How we will monitor the impact?
Early Bird Club – Breakfast Club
Pupils have a nutritious and calm start to the day
£ 8 703 Increased levels of engagement of pupils in class.
Increase across the year in rates of progress. Targetted pupils have a calm and positive start to the day
Behaviour logs
Pupil voice
Feedback from teachers
Provision of Music TherapyAddressing barriers to learning for identified children through structured sessions. Parental involvement encouraged Annual contribution from the school = £8,000.00 Children supported to develop the strategies to access school life and the curriculum Reports generated.
Inclusion monitoring
TOPPS –Tavistock ClinicPsychotherapy support for identified pupils who are identified through Inclusion Team meetings Annual contribution from the school
£7500.00
Children are supported in developing their emotional wellbeing, to be able to access school life and their learning- reductions in red letters
Behaviour for learning support- Supporting identified FSM chn in developing social and emotional skills resulting in the closing of gaps in reading, writing and maths £33 035.00 Children supported will develop strategies to help them be ready for learning –they will be able to utilise strategies taught to them to access the curriculum.
Targetted small grp work will address the gaps.
Progress and attainment data
Behaviour logs
Termly Inclusion report with data
Pupil voice
Employment of speech therapist–band 1 to work with identified children across the school -1 day per week The support provided to specified groups will allow those children to communicate more effectively and so lead to increased attainment.The school will be supported in identifying need and be able to target support more efficiently
Building Learning Power Training for all staff to further embed the principles of BLP across the school thus ensuring that chn are ready and able to learn £1 000.00 Continued increase in rates of pupil’s progress as a result of correct level of challenge during the lessons. Lesson observations- visits to classes
Looking at children’s books
First Wave Quality teaching Additional teacher in yr 4 – 6 to facilitate groupings and interventions across yr 4-6 focussing on pupils with gaps £71 451.00 Continued increase in rates of pupil’s progress as a result of accurate level of challenge during the lessons. School review cycle of teaching
Children’s books
Assistant head part of 3 way grpings and teaching literacy/maths with an identified group in upper juniors
Additional teacher focussing on closing the gaps in literacy through conferencing, tailored programmes and response to constructive marking
Interventions to close the gap
Reading Recovery
– 1.5 days per week (the school will pay for the remainder )
£ 67 190 RR:
Identified pupils begin to achieve at a level comparable to their peers
Interventions:
Identified pupils complete programme that will help develop their emotional level whilst addressing gaps in their education
Termly assessments
Inclusion reports
EYFS/KS1 InterventionsKey stage 1/EYFS interventions to act on early identification of children –(speech and lang) Need identified at pupil progress/inclusion meetings –interventions set up and monitored
Beanstalk ( Volunteer Reading Help)Reading with identified children to develop their skills and love of reading £1,926.00 Evidence of raised attainment in reading of supported children who are closing the gap
Enhancing children’s learning experiencessupporting a portion of the year 6 school journey
ensuring that all pp children can attend school trips
£4,000.00 Children experience a broad and balanced curriculum –regardless of financial background.
Their learning experiences are widened
Pupil voice
Provision of in school music lessons for identified pupilsYr4: weekly violin lessons for all chn (50% FSM) with Wider Opps Fund
2 days per week of music teacher who will lead on developing the school choir, teaching identified children instruments and teaching music lessons across the school
School contributes half the cost of Wider Opps
£14,000.00
All children have equal opportunity to develop their musical talents

Music assemblies

Planning look

Visits to classes

Enabling Enterprise Association each class across the school to take part in activities from Enabling Enterprise during CLT time to enhance their enterprise skills and expose them to career possibilities
each class to take part in the £50 enterprise challenge
£6,300.00 Development of risk taking skills, team building and communication between the children. Build on children’s independence and decision making skills.

Challenge display

Events to raise money

Silent Film FestivalChildren working with Film in Education to write, produce, star in and film their silent film £2,000.00 Application of literacy skills from units
Development of team work and collaborative skills

Film produced by the children

Feedback form the company supporting the school

Inspire ProjectLinks with businesses to give children the opportunity to visit, increase their awareness of the necessary skills to follow various careers £4,250.00 Development of knowledge of the necessary skills to do various career paths. Children get the opportunity to experience these careers and meet speakers to widen their horizons Stem week activities
Increasing children’s leadership and independence skillsDevelopment of a programme that encourages pupils to develop their leadership and independence skills £2,000.00 Clearly structured programme for pupils to work to as they progress through ks 2 –increasing their ability to lead and be independent.

Feedback from Assistant Head about the programme

pupil voice

REACH OUT PROGRAMMETargetting year 6 boys to motivate them in their learning and close gaps £1,500.00 Weekly programme –after school for year 6 boys to develop their literacy skills and motivation levels Children’s attainment
Feedback from the volunteers
Children have access to high quality home readers to develop their interest in reading £9,000.00 Each class from year 1-6 will have a bank of high quality texts -regular access to these texts will develop chn’s preference for different genres and raise their level of fluency

Reading data across the school

Visiting the classes to observe children’s reading behaviours

Support for FamiliesProvision of specialised sessions for parents based on need to develop parental support of their children’s learning /their skills as parents-
Home visits – structured discussions
Family learning
Stay and Play
£23,822.00 Continued involvement by parent/carers in their children’s education.
All classes well attended by targeted families-
strategies that parents /carers learn impact on their children’s behaviour and attainment at school
Termly Inclusion Report with impact data
Feedback from families
Engagement of parents in their children’s learning
-structured parent meetings to discuss targets for identified children and share aspirations with the child present
Discussion of midyear reports with parent and child
£11,700.00 Parents/carers have the opportunity to discuss their children and share their ambitions for them. The child experiences all adults supporting them and home and school are striving for the same targets % attendance at the parental meetings
Continue to tackle persistent non attendees – targeting parents of non-attendees and target families with EWO support £1,952.00 Overall % attendance of the school to exceed 95% .Increase in all key groups by year end % attendance changes in families that are being targeted
Helping children with the cost of accessing on line maths homework (mathletics) £5 per child- school pay a portion
Providing children with 1: 1 books to work on at home to practice their skills- £350
Access to Oxford Owl
Providing access to online homework = £2,000.00

Supporting families in developing children’s work learning habits at home

Children have a wide choice to choose from and so develop their personal preference in what genres they enjoy to read.

% uptake of mathletics and oxford owl programmes.

Reading and maths attainment data at year end

Total: £281,328.00
Pupil premium funding: £ 281,160.00

We review at the end of each academic year how we allocate our funding for the next year. This is based on findings from data, monitoring cycle across the school and parental surveys

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