Pupil Premium 2015 – 2016
The Pupil Premium is an additional amount of money allocated to schools for children in low-income families who are currently known to be eligible for fee school meals in both mainstream and non-mainstream settings and children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months.
To see how Rose Wood Academy spent the pupil premium grant it received for the year 2014/15 please see the table below. For more general information on the Pupil Premium you can also visit the Department for Education website
Pupil Premium Grant for 2016/2017 – to view please click on link below
Pupil Premium Grant for 2015/2016
|Number of pupils and pupil premium grant to be received
|Total number of pupils on roll||330 (FTE)|
|Total number of pupils eligible for pupil premium||62 FSM, 18 Ever 6, 7 LAC, 9 EYPP|
|Amount of Pupil Premium received per pupil||£1200 ( £1900 LAC, £300 EYPP)|
|Total amount of Pupil Premium to be received||£112,000|
|Nature of support|
|Additional teacher in Upper Juniors||To reduce class sizes
To improve feedback to children
|£36,000||· Y6 in three classes, enabling PP children to be targeted more easily
· Book Scrutiny showed detailed feedback to children in Y6 books. All pupil premium books were collected in. Children had used teacher comments to edit and improve their work.
Reading 50% exc SEN
38% inc SEN
Writing 100% exc SEN
77% inc SEN
Maths 50% exc SEN
28% inc SEN
GPS 38% exc SEN
38% inc SEN
|Additional teacher in EYFS 0.5||Children can be more easily targeted and ability grouped||£15,000||· Targeted groups to address gaps in learning.
6 Children Pupil Premium. 50% achieved GLD. All 6 children made accelerated progress this year.
|Additional TA hours in KS1/ Maintaining small class sizes in KS1||Children can be more easily targeted and ability grouped||£15,000||· KS1 Intervention ‘Max’s Marvellous Maths’ has had a very positive impact on maths progress in Year 1. 3 children targeted have made accelerated progress of 4 steps in a term. 2/3 targeted children Pupil Premium
· Phonics Screening *8/11 (73%) PP children achieved expected standard (based on last year’s threshold). *1/11 unable to sit phonics screening for medical reasons
· KS1 SATS
Overall :Reading 84 %
Maths 91 %
PP: Reading 80%
|Nursery Apprentice||Early intervention for PP children||£5,000||· Targeted interventions for PP children. PP 7 children. 85.7% (6 chn) at ARE.|
|To support learning by dealing with Social, Emotional and Behavioural issues||£6,000||· Children receive specialist counselling or support which allows them to learn in school
· Families are well supported
|Subsidised Educational Visits (Residential) and After School Clubs||To provide children with real life experiences and opportunities they would otherwise not have access to||£2000||· All PP children have attended After School clubs during the academic year.
· Robinwood residential subsidised for all Pupil Premium Children.
|1 to 1 Reading from Beanstalk x2 helpers for 6 pupils (inc 4 pupil premium)||To improve Reading levels and confidence||£350||· Pupil 1 – expected progress. At ARE.
· Pupil 2- Static. At ARE.
· Pupil 3 – expected progress. At ARE.
· Pupil 4 – Better than expected progress. At ARE.
|PSA increased to full time||To provide more mentor support to vulnerable children and their families||£7,000||· Feedback from parent questionnaires shows very positive impact of full time PSA
· Vulnerable children receive additional time with PSA both through scheduled times and when needed.
|Additional Staff Training||Increased awareness of ESB needs and attachment disorders||£1,000||· PSA attended training on ESB and attachment disorders and is now putting advice into practice through her timetabled sessions with targeted children|
|Additional EWO service||Attendance/ Lateness will improve||£300||· EWO involved with 7 children, 4 of whom are Pupil Premium.
Significant improvements in attendance with 3 pupils. Further intervention needed for 1 pupil
|Rewards to incentivise attendance||Attendance will improve||£300||Overall attendance is for 2015/2016 was 96.32 % which is above the 96% government set target. This is an increase on 2014/2015 attendance of 95.49%
Pupil Premium attendance has improved. For 2015-2016 the attendance was 96.32% in comparison to 95.49% the previous year.
Cinema trip used to incentivise identified children to promote attendance. 5 pupil premium attended following much improved attendance.
|Percentage of Non- Teaching Deputy Head||Ensure children are correctly identified and receiving additional support. Allow NM to teach booster groups||£10,000||· Deputy focus on PP children has ensured that PP children are identified, shared with staff and targeted appropriately. NM and LC have targeted interventions at key pupils.|
£97,950- additional money to be used for support or resources as required