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STOCKBRIDGE VILLAGE PRIMARY SCHOOL

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Pupil Premium

 

Pupil Premium

 

What is pupil premium?

​Pupil premium is funding provided to schools which is additional to main funding. It is allocated according to the number of pupils on roll who:

  • have been eligible for free school meals within the past 6 years
  • have been looked after for 6 months or more, including children who are adopted
  • are children of service families

 

The Pupil Premium Grant at SVP:

At SVP we aim to use the pupil premium grant to diminish the attainment gap between pupil groups at SVP with all pupils nationally, to increase pupil participation, to support and develop individual talent and to increase self esteem and sense of belonging for 60.2% of our pupils. We carefully decide how the pupil premium is allocated, taking into account the needs of the child and by monitoring provision and its impact on the child. We base some of our decisions on information which is provided by The Sutton Trust - more information can be found at www.suttontrust.com - a summary of educational research which identifies the most effective ways to use resources to improve the attainment of pupils. 

 

 

Expenditure:

"It's not what you spend, it's the way you spend it... that's what gets results..'

The Sutton Trust 2015

 

Research tells us that the quality of first teaching delivers the best results for pupils who are vulnerable to under achievement and therefore it has been our primary aim to secure this through the use of funding. Through high quality teaching and targeted interventions we aim to eliminate barriers to learning. Governors have invested this money wisely in strengthening our teaching team as well as commissioning external and specialist support for pupils. 

 

We also believe that collaborative learning, increased use of technology, early years intervention, improving feedback, behaviour interventions and outdoor experiences are important to increasing educational attainment. Research supports us in this assumption and this learning is considered when planning pupil premium expenditure. The Leadership team sees work of this nature as essential to the well being and success of every child at our school.

 

Impact:

 

​As a result of expenditure and investment we have been able to :

 

1. Increase staff and pupil access to technology and to promote its usage across the curriculum.

2. Extend the % of outstanding teaching and learning at our school; a profile that improves year on year.

3. Secure extra provision for pupils with learning or behavioural needs.

4. Introduce forest school experiences for pupils and parents.

5. Increase participation in residential, school trips and outdoor learning opportunities.

6. Provide high quality, impact driven interventions in reading and phonics.

7. Provide small group / 1:1 tuition where required

​8. Narrow the attainment gap for disadvantaged / vulnerable pupils by the end of KS2.

 

As a consequence of actions taken we have seen improved outcomes for disadvantaged pupils in KS2 2016 SATs.Gaps were successfully diminished in reading, writing and maths.

 

Outcomes:

19 of our 24 pupils were entitled to pupil premium finding 

58% of pupils achieved the expected standard in Reading

74% of pupils achieved the expected standard in Grammar

100% of pupils achieved the expected standard in Writing

63% of pupils achieved the expected standard in Maths

 

A copy of the Strategy Plan for 2016/2017 is available below.

 

Leadership and Governors will review the school's strategy in their meeting in February  2017.

 

 

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016

Pupil Premium Report and Outcomes 2016

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