Millfields Primary School

Pupil Premium Report 2016/17

Pupil Premium is allocated to schools on the basis of any pupil who has had a free school meal entitlement at any point between April 2010 and October 2015.

Between April 2016 and April 2017:

9 pupils will be eligible for the Pupil Premium @ £1320 per pupil.

Therefore the total allocation for 2016/2017 is £11,880.00.

The school will receive this money in termly instalments; these funds are in addition to the main school budget and must be used to close the gap between the academic achievements of these disadvantaged pupils in relation to their peers.

The school may also use these funds to address any other barriers to learning for these pupils, such as subsidising school trips and support with Breakfast and After School Club fees so that their parents can afford to return to work and have their children cared for.

In addition, the school is also Pupil Premium funding to benefit all vulnerable pupils, not just those who are, or were eligible for free school meals. The vulnerable pupil register currently accounts for about 25% of the school population.

Our planned expenditure is:

Additional staffing for early morning booster sessions

and catch-up classes                                                                                  £6000.00

 

Family financial support for trips and visits                                             £1000.00

 

Social skills and speech & language therapy                                        £4000.00

 

Breakfast and After School Club fees                                                       £360.00

 

ICT support                                                                                                   £1000.00

 

Resources & contingency                                                                            £520.00

 

 

Impact of funding 2015/2016 on pupil achievement

 

  • The proportion of disadvantaged Key Stage 2 pupils making and exceeding expected progress in reading, in writing and in mathematics was similar to that of other (not disadvantaged) pupils nationally
  • Disadvantaged pupils in both Key Stages had an average points score equal to or above the national (not disadvantaged) score for other pupils
  • The proportion of disadvantaged Key Stage 2 pupils that attained at least the expected level was equal to or above the national figure for other (not disadvantaged) pupils in reading, writing and mathematics
  • The proportion of disadvantaged Key Stage 2 pupils that attained above the expected level was equal to or above the national figure for other (not disadvantaged) pupils in reading and mathematics
  • The proportion of disadvantaged Key Stage 1 pupils that attained the expected level was equal to or above the national figure for other (not disadvantaged) pupils in reading, writing and mathematics
  • The proportion of disadvantaged Key Stage 1 pupils that attained above the expected level was equal to or above the national (not disadvantaged) pupils in mathematics
  • Average attendance for disadvantaged pupils was equivalent to the national average attendance for all pupils