Great Steeping Primary School
Helping Learners Grow
The Government has given all schools some extra funding to support children who are Looked After or eligible for Free School Meals and children whose parents are in the Armed Forces. We are expected to use this money to raise children's academic, social and personal achievements. At Great Steeping Primary School we aim to ensure that all children have the opportunities to access the same curriculum in and out of the school day. This is by ensuring quality first teaching, resources, teaching space, access to all trips, swimming throughout the school and clubs. Our spending to target these achievements is set out below for the year 2015 -2016. The Staff and Governors regularly review the impact of the spending for the targeted pupils by lesson observations, work scrutinies and pupil progress meetings.
Total amount for the year: £38426
Academic Provision - Small group work with a teacher Projected: £17800
Intevention resources: Projected: £3500
Wellbeing Provision - Learning Mentor and Midday Assistant(Play) -
Academic & Wellbeing - Extended Provision opportunities through Breakfast club, Holiday club and After School club -
Academic & Wellbeing: Extended provision opportunities with subsidised day trips and residential visits - Projected: £2800
Achievement for All project- £6200
Total Projected: £38,600
Impact of Pupil Premium from 2015-2016
Reception - one eligible child who did not achieve a good level of development but made good progress from a low baseline on entry.
Year 1- two children eligible both achieved the phonic standard.
One child achieved age related expectations in all subjects and the other child in reading and maths.
Year 2- one child eligible and achieved the phonic standard
KS1 Assessment - SATs - Four children eligible.
One child did not reach age related expectations but made good progress from not achieving a GLD in reception and a baseline below typical in all areas.
The three other children all achieved age related expectations in all areas.
Year 3- Three children eligible
One child exceeded age related expectations in all subjects, one child achived age related expectations in all subjects, one child did not achieve age related expectations. All children showed good to outstanding progress in the year from their starting points.
Year 4 - Four children eligible
Two children achieved age related expectations in all subjects, one child achieved in maths. All children made good progress from their starting points.
Year 5 - three eligible children
One child made good progress and exceeded age related expectations. Two child did not achieve age related expectations but made good progress from their starting points.
Year 6 - one child eligible
The child achieved Greater Depth in Reading, Maths, GAPs and met the expected standard in wriitng.