PUPIL PREMIUM STATEMENT 2018 – 2019
Number of children receiving Pupil Premium funding (including LAC, FSM and Service children)
Funding allocated 2018-2019
All schools receive funding for children who have free school meals, who have been adopted, who are in the Forces or who are ‘looked after’ by the County and this is called Pupil Premium funding. Below are details of how the Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) will be spent in the coming year.
How do we measure the impact on children and their achievement?
To measure the impact of the pupil premium spending in 2018-2019 we will use the following measures:
- What percentage of children eligible for PP achieved age related expectations in Reading, Writing and Maths at the end of KS1/KS2 assessments and how does this compare to those in their cohort who are not pupil premium?
- How does this compare to the national average as published on through ASP?
- What percentage of children eligible for PP make at least expected progress in Reading, writing and Maths at the end of KS1/KS2 assessments and how does this compare to the national average?
- What percentage of children eligible for PP achieve above age related expectations in Reading, writing and Maths by the end of KS1/KS2 assessments and how does this compare to the national average?
- What percentage of children eligible for PP are on track to make age related progress in Reading, Writing and Maths in all year groups?
- What are the average attendance figures for children eligible for PP and how do they compare with school and national averages for PP and non-PP children?
- What percentage of children eligible for PP consistently complete and return homework?
- What percentage of children eligible for PP attend school clubs?
- What impact does enrichment activities have on children’s perceptions of their interest and talents?
- What is the impact of spending on external agencies in terms of benefit to children eligible for PP?
- What is the impact of interventions for those children eligible for PP?
Data analysis for all children, and in particular those children eligible for PP takes place at least half-termly using in-school data, and annually using ASP data (which is an external government database) and this is used to inform future interventions and action plans for children in the coming year. In addition, the governing body also scrutinise the school’s data results to ensure that the school is delivering the best outcomes for the children.
*The number of children using January 2019 HCC Census data.
A PDF version of this report, including specific funding routes, can be found and downloaded below.