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Anston Park Infant School Park Avenue North Anston Sheffield S25 4BT

Pupil Premium Action Plan April 2017 – March 2018

Objectives

  • To raise attainment in reading and foster a love of reading.
  • To raise attainment in writing.
  • To raise attainment in maths.
  • To improve confidence, self-esteem and social, emotional development.

 

Total number of pupils:                                      201

Total Pupil Premium Budget:                            £48,440

No. of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium:     35

In addition to this 1 service child and 1 post LAC.

 

In school barriers

  • Many of our Pupil Premium children do not get support with their reading at home.
  • Many of our Pupil Premium children do not get support with home learning.
  • The attainment gap between our Pupil Premium and non Pupil Premium children is affected by this lack of support from parents at home.
  • Social and emotional issues can affect academic progress.

2017: Data for Year 2 children


Expected standard and above

Greater Depth


Pupil Premium 

(12)

Non Pupil Premium

(58)

 

Difference

Pupil 

Premium

Non Pupil Premium 

 

Difference

Reading 

66.7%

86.2%

19.5%

25%

36.2%

11.2%

Writing

66.7%

81.0%

14.3%

0%

24.1%

24.1%

Maths 

66.7%

87.9%

21.2%

25%

34.4%

9.4%

  • Of the 12 Pupil Premium children, 3 were on the SEND register.
  • Pure Pupil Premium (with no SEND) results were (9 children)

Expected and Above

Greater Depth

Reading 

         88.8%

33.3%

Writing 

88.8%

0%

Maths

77.7%

33.3%

Anston Park Infant School

Pupil Premium Action Plan 2017 - 2018

Intended 
Outcomes
Intervention
Cost
New or continued
Evidence
Monitored by
To raise attainment in reading and foster a love of reading
1:1 reading support for all Pupil Premium children with Better Reading partners (+5).  TA support in all classes 1:1 tuitions
£10,600
Continued
Pupil interviews
Data analysis
Pupil Premium Subject Leader
SLT
Governors
To raise attainment in writing
TA support in all classes 1:1 tuition (+5) and small group tuition (+4) Focus on handwriting and spelling.
£12,633
New
Data analysis
Handwriting certificates
Pupil Premium Subject Leader
SLT
Governors
To raise attainment in maths
TA support in all classes, 1:1 tuition (+5) and small group tuition (+4) – 1st class@number intervention.
£12,633
New
Data analysis
Maths certificates
Pupil Premium Subject Leader
SLT
Governors
To improve confidence, self-esteem and social, emotional development
Learning Mentor to target children for 1:1 and small group inputs (+4)
£10,034
Continued
SDQ questionnaires
Behaviour log
Pupil interviews
Exclusion data
Pupil Premium Subject Leader
SLT
Governors
Teachers will write a termly class provision map showing specific additional support for each child – to enable them to achieve their potential.
Daily focused marking and feedback (+8)
Specific 1:1 tuition (+5) and small group tuition (+4)
£2,500
Continued
Class provision maps
Pupil interviews
Pupil Premium Subject Leader
SLT
Governors

 

 

Impact of Pupil Premium Spend 2017-2018

£48,440 Pupil Premium funding was used for the following:

To raise attainment in reading and foster a love of reading

  • All the pupil premium children have a better reading partner and as a result they have all made progress in their reading and moved at least one colour band.
  • Teaching assistant support in classes has also enabled additional 1:1 reading as well as additional guided reading.

To raise attainment in writing

  • Teaching assistant support in class has enabled 1:1 support as well as small group tuition.  This has developed children’s confidence in writing as well as accuracy in punctuation and spelling.  Instant marking and feedback has improved spelling and punctuation also.
  • Daily handwriting inputs have resulted in a huge improvement in all children’s presentation and children have achieved the relevant handwriting certificates.

To raise attainment in maths

  • Teaching assistant support in class has enabled 1:1 support as well as small group tuition.  This has developed children’s confidence in maths and instant marking and feedback has made a positive impact.
  • 1st class @ number intervention has impacted positively and children have responded well to this.

To improve confidence, self-esteem and social, emotional development

  • The learning mentor has targeted children for 1:1 and small group learning activities.  As a result, SDQ scores have improved and there has been a reduction of behaviour incidents.

There have been no exclusions at all.

Teachers to write termly class provision maps

  • Daily focused marking and feedback has had a massive impact because it has been instant and children have had time to respond to it.
  • 1:1 support and small group tuition has targeted all the pupil premium children for every additional intervention.  Pupil interviews show that these children feel well supported and they are all happy at school and are making progress.

Expected standard and above

Greater Depth


Pupil Premium 

(11 children)

Non Pupil Premium

(61)

 

Difference

Pupil 

Premium

Non Pupil Premium 

 

Difference

Reading 

72.7%

83.6%

10.9%

9.09%

44.3%

35.21%

Writing

63.6%

83.6%

20%

9.09%

26.2%

17.11%

Maths 

100%

80.3%

19.7% (in favour of Pupil Premium)

0%

41%

41%

 

  • Of the 11 Pupil Premium children 1 was on the SEND register.
  • Pure Pupil Premium (with no SEND) results are (10 children):

Expected and Above

Greater Depth

Reading 

       80%

10%

Writing 

70%

10%

Maths

100%

0%

These results are all better than national and LA for pupil premium for expected and above.

There has been a significant improvement in the attainment of pupil premium children compared to 2017, in reading by 6% and maths by 33.3% but writing results are down by 3.1%.

Year 1 Phonic Results (14 Pupil Premium children):

85.7% of Pupil Premium children met the standard.

Boys = 83.3%

Girls = 87.5%   

Overall school results were 97%.