Pupil Premium

Please click on the link below to view our Pupil Premium strategy for Little Bloxwich CE Primary School:

Year – 2018-2019

Total PP budget - £97,680

 

Total number of pupils-  208

Total number of pupils eligible for PP -  51 (25% of the school)

Date to review strategy JULY 2019

 

Current attainment (2017-2018)

YEAR 6

Pupils eligible for PP at Little Bloxwich (CE)

 

% of pupils who attained the expected level

National average for all other pupils.

 13 children

Reading

11 out of 13 (85%)

71%

Writing

11 out of 13 (85%)

76%

Maths

11 out of 13 (85%)

75%

Combined

9 out of 13 (69%)

64%

 

 

Progress score for pupils eligible for PP

National progress score for all other children.

13 children

Reading

0.15

0.31

Writing

0.49

0.24

Maths

0.92

0.31

 YEAR 2

Pupils eligible for PP at Little Bloxwich (CE)

 

% of pupils who attained the expected level

National average for all other pupils.

 10 children

Reading

 7 out of 10 (70%)

75%

Writing

 5 out of 10 (50%)

70%

Maths

6 out of  10 (60%)

76%

Combined

 

 

 

 

% who made the expected level of progress (EYFS to end of KS1)

 

 10 children

Reading

8 out of 10 (80%)

N/A

Writing

8 out of 10 (80%)

N/A

Maths

8 out of 10 (80%)

N/A

 YEAR 1 PHONICS

Pupils eligible for PP at Little Bloxwich (CE)

PP children who passed the phonics test.

National pass rate for all children.

11 children

8 out of 11 (73%)

82.5%

 

EYFS

Pupils eligible for PP at Little Bloxwich (CE)

PP children who achieved a Good Level of Development (GLD)

National pass rate for all children.

9  children

 6 out of 9 (67%)

71%

 (2016-2017) data

Pupils eligible for PP at Little Bloxwich (CE)

 

% of pupils who attained the expected level

National average for all other pupils.

 14 children

Reading

7 out of 14 (50%)

71%

Writing

10 out of 14 (71%)

76%

Maths

9 out of 14 (64%)

75%

Combined

50%

61%

 

 

% who made the expected level of progress

 

14 children

Reading

4 out of 14 (29%)

 

Writing

10 out of 14 (71%)

 

Maths

9 out of 14 (64%)

 

 

Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligible for PP)

In school barriers

A

Early language acquisition

B

Knowledge and understanding of the world

C

Low starting points on entry for some children

D

Attendance for some children

E

Children’s social and emotional development

 
Desired outcomes

 

Desired outcomes

Success criteria (The text in red shows how PP will be spent in order to  achieve the desired outcomes)

A

Improve oral language skills for eligible/all pupils in Reception class.

To ensure eligible children make rapid progress and achieve age related expectations in ELG 1,2 and 3(communication and language) and ELG 9 (reading).

 

Focussed TA  support in reception to develop language through small groups work.

Phonics small group work and daily interventions across KS1.

B

For children to experience a wide range of activities that will deepen their learning.

For children to experience school activities/trips regardless of cost and for these experiences to have a positive impact upon learning.

 

Y5/Y6 music lessons funded. Y6 residential supported and all educational visits subsidised.

C

For children to make more than expected progress across the curriculum to close the gap between them and their peers within school and nationally.

Pupils eligible for PP funding to receive extra support as needed to ensure they make at least expected progress in English and Maths, HA children should make at least the same progress as other HA children within the school.

 

Deputy Headteacher works with children identified through pupil progress meetings.  Extra TA hours in all class to enable focussed work to be carried out by themselves/class teacher. Y5/Y6 1 day a week HLTA to support children who need intervention/boosting.

 

Y5/Y6 boosting for most able (PP children in these groups as needed) this is delivered by the class teacher.

D

To ensure children’s attendance improves and PP pupils are all above 92%

To work with all families to ensure children’s attendance is above 92%, focus on children who are eligible for PP.

 

PSA funded to lead on this and work with families that need support.

E

For all children to feel safe and secure and focussed work to take place with children who have suffered from attachment trauma.

For all children to feel safe and secure within school, for children who have extra emotional needs to be coached through difficult situations to enable them to learn from these and change their future reactions.

 

Reduced number of logged behaviour issues.

 

PSA funded through pupil premium to work directly with children.

 

School is working towards the “Wellbeing quality mark” award. This involves working with children, staff and parents.

 

All staff have received attachment disorder and emotional coaching training. PSA/headteacher to coach staff as needed.


Little Bloxwich C of E VC Primary School | Grenfell Road | Walsall | WS3 3DL
Tel: (01922) 684301 | Fax (01922) 683627 | Email: postbox@lit-bloxwich.walsall.sch.uk
Head Teacher: Ellen Taylor