Pupil Premium

What is Pupil Premium?

Pupil Premium is additional funding given to schools to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.

It is paid to schools according to the number of pupils who have been:

  • Registered as eligible for free school meals at any time in the last 6 years
  • Been in care for 6 months or longer
  • Children of armed services personnel

 

PUPIL PREMIUM 2018/2019

In 2018/2019 financial year the Pupil Premium is £1320 for each eligible child.  At Ravenscroft we have 106 children eligible for Pupil Premium.  The expected income for the year is £139,920.

The funding we receive will be used for Teaching Assistant and SEND Specialist Support Teacher support across the whole school for vulnerable and targeted pupils in Foundation, KS1 and across KS2, for one to one tuition in Year 6, Literacy Catch Up programme, visits/visitors and additional resources for FSM/Vulnerable pupils.

SIP Priorities/Intervention Strategies introduced

PP-Strategy Ravenscroft Sept 2018 to 2019

 

Resources/Services purchased to support pupils

  • CLC, promotion of IT and independent pupil learning/resources
  • IT resources and packages/Homework Support
  • Holiday and Breakfast Club access support for vulnerable pupils
  • Emergency fund for vulnerable pupils and families
  • Spare uniform and PE kits purchases
  • Support transport (FSM children) for trips
  • Performances and visitors contributions
  • Pay for most vulnerable children for Outdoor Education visits and transport
  • 1:1 reading support for targeted pupils Rec-Y6
  • Literacy catch up programme Y2-Y5
  • Booster materials for Year 6
  • small group tuition for Year 2 and 6 targeted pupils
  • Extra Educational Psychologist time
  • Emotional first aid and Pastoral Lead support for vulnerable pupils
  • Speech and Language programme ‘A Chance to Talk’ for Reception and KS1 pupils
  • Inclusion Services
  • Attendance/Behaviour Awards
  • Extended Schools & Children University/Gifted and Talented offer

Outcomes

KS2 2018 Maths/Reading/Writing (Teacher Assessment)

Expected Standard

All Pupils                                         64%

Pupil Premium Pupils                    53%

 

PUPIL PREMIUM 2017/2018

In 2017/2018 financial year the Pupil Premium is £1320 for each eligible child.  At Ravenscroft we have 116 children eligible for Pupil Premium.  The expected income for the year is £153,120.

The funding we receive will be used for Teaching Assistant and SEND Specialist Support Teacher support across the whole school for vulnerable and targeted pupils in Foundation, KS1 and across KS2, for one to one tuition in Year 6, Reading Catch Up programme, visits/visitors and additional resources for FSM/Vulnerable pupils.

 

SIP Priorities/Intervention Strategies introduced

PP-strategy Ravensroft Sept 2017 to 18 Final

 

Resources/Services purchased to support pupils

  • CLC, promotion of IT and independent pupil learning/resources
  • IT resources and packages/Homework Support
  • Holiday and Breakfast Club access support for vulnerable pupils
  • Emergency fund for vulnerable pupils and families
  • Spare uniform and PE kits purchases
  • Support transport (FSM children) for trips
  • Performances and visitors contributions
  • Pay for most vulnerable children for Outdoor Education visits and transport
  • 1:1 reading support for targeted pupils Rec-Y6
  • Reading catch up programme Y2-Y5
  • Booster materials for Year 6
  • 1:1 tuition for Year 2 and 6 targeted pupils
  • Extra Educational Psychologist time
  • Child Counselling for vulnerable pupils
  • Speech and Language programme ‘A Chance to Talk’ for Reception and KS1 pupils
  • Family Learning Programme and Resources (EYFS)
  • Inclusion Services
  • Attendance/Behaviour Awards
  • Extended Schools & Children University/Gifted and Talented offer

 

Outcomes

KS2 2017 Maths/Reading/Writing (Teacher Assessment)

Expected Standard

All Pupils                                         57%

Pupil Premium Pupils                    36%