Pupil Premium funding at Burnham Copse Primary School

Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement. These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals (FSM), those looked after by the Local Authority (LAC) and children of armed service personnel. The intended effect of this funding is to accelerate progress, raise attainment and support the pupils in the participation of activities in the wider curriculum.

Pupil Premium is allocated to schools to decide how the additional funding should be spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils.

All schools are required to report on the amount of funding received, how this is being allocated and the impact of any additional support or provision.

Please click here to read the funding plan for 2016-2017 

Please click here to read the reviewed funding plan for 2015-2016


 

Burnham Copse Primary School Pupil Premium Grant (PPG)
Number of pupils and PPG received

 

 

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Number of pupils on roll

240

 

 

FSM + Ever6

44

38

34

Service Children

2

1

0

Post Looked After Children

 

2

2

Amount of Pupil Premium per pupil

FSM/Ever 6: £953
SF: £300

FSM + Ever 6: £1,323
SF: £300
PLAC: £1,900

FSM + Ever 6: £1,320
SF: £300
PLAC: £1,900

Total amount received

£42,532

£54,374

£48,680

Total Expenditure

£45,804

£56,688

 

 

Summary of Spending 2013-2014

Item/Intervention/Provision

£

Additional experienced teacher to enable booster work and interventions, days per week

10,596

2 additional LSAs to provide 1:1 intervention support

13,665

Emotional support

6,327

Additional LSAs to support learning during pm sessions (1:1 or small group)

10,932

Care club Attendance

3,104

Trips, visits and subsidies

1,180

TOTAL

45,804

 Back to top

Year 6 End of Key Stage SATs *TA in writing   2014

 

Pupils eligible for PPG (7)

Pupils ineligible for PPG (13)

% of pupils achieving L4+ in Reading

71

100

% of pupils achieving L4+ in Writing

71

100

% of pupils achieving L4+ in Maths

71

100

% of pupils achieving L4+ in SPaG

43

77

% of pupils achieving L5+ in Reading

0

69

% of pupils achieving L5+ in Writing

0

69

% of pupils achieving L5+ in Maths

14

77

% of pupils achieving L5+ in SPaG

0

69

% of pupils who made expected progress (KS1-2) in Reading

71

100

% of pupils who made more than expected progress (KS1-2) in Reading

14

54

% of pupils who made expected progress (KS1-2) in Writing

86

100

% of pupils who made more than expected progress (KS1-2) in Writing

0

62

% of pupils who made expected progress (KS1-2) in Maths

86

100

% of pupils who made more than expected progress (KS1-2) in Maths

14

69

 

Summary of Spending 2014-2015

Item/Intervention/Provision

£

1:1 teacher support for identified pupils in reading, writing and maths

6620

1:1 LSA support for identified pupils in reading, writing and maths

14196

Small group specialist teacher support for identified pupils in reading, writing and maths

2527

Additional teachers to enable booster groups in Years 1, 2 and 6

9350

Care club attendance

894

Additional LSA support within lessons (to work with PP pupils or to allow CT to)

5185

Residentials/day trips/needs subsidy

1961

CPG resources

87

Emotional support

2933

Y5 MaST intervention within lessons

4240

Y3/4 additional staffing for maths

4120

Parent support

144

SLT monitoring/T support intervention

1694

Y1/2 additional staffing for phonics

2737

TOTAL

56,688

 Back to top

Year 2 End of Key Stage SATs  2015

 

Performance of pupils eligible for PPG (6)

Performance of pupils ineligible for PPG (37)

% of pupils achieving L2b+ in Reading

67

89

% of pupils achieving L2b+ in Writing

50

76

% of pupils achieving L2b+ in Maths

83

89

% of pupils achieving L3+ in Reading

17

38

% of pupils achieving L3+ in Writing

17

11

% of pupils achieving L3+ in Maths

17

19

 

Year 6 End of Key Stage SATs *TA in writing  2015

 

Performance of pupils eligible for PPG (9)

Performance of pupils ineligible for PPG (22)

% of pupils achieving L4+ in Reading

78

91

% of pupils achieving L4+ in Writing

78

91

% of pupils achieving L4+ in Maths

78

90

% of pupils achieving L4+ in SPaG

78

73

% of pupils achieving L5+ in Reading

44

45

% of pupils achieving L5+ in Writing

55

45

% of pupils achieving L5+ in Maths

44

23

% of pupils achieving L5+ in SPaG

44

36

% of pupils who made expected progress (KS1-2) in Reading

78

91

% of pupils who made more than expected progress (KS1-2) in Reading

44

32

% of pupils who made expected progress (KS1-2) in Writing

89

95

% of pupils who made more than expected progress (KS1-2) in Writing

37

18

% of pupils who made expected progress (KS1-2) in Maths

89

91

% of pupils who made more than expected progress (KS1-2) in Maths

33

14

 Back to top

Burnham Copse Primary School 2012/13
Pupil Premium Grant (PPG)
Number of Pupils and PPG received

 

2011-12

2012-13

Number of pupils on roll

195

228

FSM pupil

21

38

Service Children

0

2

Amount of Pupil Premium per pupil

FSM; £448
SF; £200

£623
£250

Total amount received

£10,248

£23,674

Total Expenditure

£41,207

Objectives in spending Pupil Premium funding

  • To narrow the disadvantage gap by addressing inequalities and raising the attainment of specified pupils
  • For these children to access extra-curricular opportunities
  • For these children to have full access to the curriculum and, where necessary, make accelerated progress to achieve in line with non-Pupil Premium children
Summary of Spending

Item/Project

Cost

Specialist Pastoral Support

£10,800

1:1 support for identified pupils in reading, writing and maths

£11,800

Trips and Visits

£705

Care Club Attendance

£1,214

Additional LSA support
(1-1)

£5,120

Additional teacher in Year 6 to enable booster classes in Literacy and Numeracy

£6,836

ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant)

£4,732

Year 6 End of Key Stage SATs

Performance of pupils eligible for PPG

2012
3 of 31 pupils in cohort

2013
9 of 31 pupils in cohort

% of pupils achieving L4+ in Reading

66%

89%

% of pupils achieving L4+ in Maths

100%

89%

% of pupils achieving L5+ in Reading

33%

44%

% of pupils achieving L5+ in Maths

33%

22%


Back to top