Pupil Premium 2015/16

Allocation of funding: £10.560
Number of children accessing Pupil Premium Funding: 8

Objectives of Pupil Premium Funding:

Dundonald Primary School is committed to using Pupil Premium funding to enrich pupils' school experience and to ensure all children achieve well.  We aim to ensure that all pupils have equal access to learning and opportunities. 

Careful analysis of progress and attainment data is carried out on a termly basis to ensure appropriate intervention and support. 

Funding will be used in the following way:

Provision Action Objective
Maths Sets


Additional teacher to support maths teaching for Y5/6 pupils; increasing the staff to pupil ratio.


To ensure all children make at least expected progress in maths.

One to one /small group support

Experienced teacher providing support in maths, reading and/or writing.

To close gaps in children’s learning.

Additional in class support


Teaching Assistant/ Teacher – either 1:1 or small group support in class in maths and/or writing


To secure progress in core curriculum subjects.

Intervention

Teaching Assistant either 1:1 or small group providing targeted intervention.

This includes:

  • Social groups
  • Maths
  • Times tables
  • Speech and language
  • Phonics
  • Sequential thinking
To secure progress in core curriculum subjects.

Jigsaw 4 U

Specialist worker provides weekly support for children and families emotional and social well-being.

To ensure children are relaxed, confident and happy so that they can engage in their learning and school life.

Access to paid extra-curricular clubs



Pay for the cost of extra-curricular activities

Children can attend a full range of extra-curricular clubs ensuring inclusion and enrichment as well as building children’s confidence and self-esteem.

Educational and residential trips - financial Support



Trip costs subsidised for pupils





To ensure children attend activities which enrich their learning.

Peer tutoring

All classes to establish and use at least weekly, paired experiences using the ‘peer tutoring’ approach

To secure progress in core curriculum subjects.


During the year, funding may also be used for:
·        
Resources to support learning

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Pupil Premium 2014/15

Allocation of funding: £11,622
Number of children accessing Pupil Premium Funding: 7
 
Objectives of Pupil Premium Funding:
Dundonald Primary School is committed to using Pupil Premium funding to enrich pupils' school experience and to ensure all children achieve well.  We aim to ensure that all pupils have equal access to learning and opportunities. 
Careful analysis of progress and attainment data is carried out on a termly basis to ensure appropriate intervention and support. 

 Funding was used in the following ways:

Provision

Action

Impact

Cost

Maths Sets

2 children

Additional teacher supported maths teaching for Y5/6 pupils; increased the staff to pupil ratio.

50% of children made expected progress.
One child made slower progress.


£2,070

One to one support

6 children

Experienced teacher provided support in maths, reading and/or writing.
Maths (3 chn)

33% 1 sub level
66% 2 sub levels

Reading (5 chn)

40% 1 sub level
40% 2 sub levels
20% 3 sub levels

Writing (2 chn)

100% 2 sub levels
£5,955

One to one reading 3 children

Reading from Beanstalk for one and a half terms.
100% of children made expected progress of 1 sub level over two terms

£712

Additional in class support Teaching Assistant/ Teacher – either 1:1 or small group support in class in maths and/or writing 100% of children receiving additional support in class   made at least expected progress. £1,180

Intervention Teaching Assistants provided a range of   interventions to support individuals. These included:

Phonics

Speech and language

Maths

Social group

Sentence construction
Maths (2 chn)

50% 2 sub levels
50% 3 sub levels

Reading (2 chn)

50% 1 sub level
50% 3 sub levels

Writing (4 chn)

25% 1 sub level
50% 2 sub levels
25% 3 sub levels
£222



Sequential thinking

 

Access to paid extra-curricular clubs Pay for the cost of extra-curricular activities Children attended a full range of extra-curricular   clubs ensuring inclusion and enrichment as well as building children’s   confidence and self-esteem. £232

Educational and residential trips - Financial Support Trip costs subsidised for pupils All children attended activities which enrich their learning

£143





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Jigsaw4U support Weekly attendance provided emotional and social support Child gained confidence and was more able to engage in school life and their learning. £1,071

 
During the year, funding may also be used for:
·         Interventions - one to one and small groups with a teaching assistant
·         Resources to support learning


Pupil Premium 2013/14

Funding: £15,300
Number of children accessing PP funding: 9


Provision

Action

Impact

Cost

Maths Sets

Additional maths support for pupils requiring assistance

Improved confidence and understanding of maths.  Additional support given within maths sets by small group and additional adults.

£4352



1st Class @ Number

TA intervention maths programme – 8 weeks

Improved mathematical understanding of number.

£240



One to one support

DO support in maths, reading and/or writing

Improved confidence in learning and social skills

£3306



Spelling/Reading Support (with KS)

One to one sessions to improve spelling and reading

Enabled pupil to utilise alternative learning techniques, supporting progress in reading and spelling.

£1663



15 minute reading programme

TA support – 15 minutes per day – HFW, phonics

Improved progress in reading.

£150



Rapid Reading intervention

TA support – 10 minutes daily – phonics, sight reading, spelling and comprehension

Improved progress in reading.

£34



Emotional Support

Weekly Jigsaw4U support from January

Emotional support for CLA pupil.

£900



1:1 reading

Additional TA support 1:1

Improved word recognition and comprehension.

£55



Additional in class support

TA/CT – either 1:1 or small group to support in class in maths and/or writing

Secured progress in writing and/or maths

£1663



Handwriting

TA support to improve legibility in handwriting

Improved formation of letters within writing.

£169



Homework Club

To assist pupils by reinforcing their lessons.

Improved quality and completion of homework.  Secured understanding of tasks.

£203



English Skills Group

Year 6 teacher to provide an additional reading and writing session once per week

Secured expected progress in reading and writing

£168



Financial Support

To enable children to access the enriched and extended curriculum

Children participated fully in school life

£25.35





 

Data Analysis of Pupil Premium Children’s Progress:



+1 sub level

+2 sub levels

+3 sub levels

Reading

11%  (1)

77% (7)

11% (1)

Writing

33% (3)

55% (5)

11% (1)

Maths



66% (6)

33 (3)