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The Pupil Premium 2015-16

What is the pupil premium?

The pupil premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers. Pupil premium funding is available to both mainstream and non-mainstream schools, such as special schools and pupil referral units. It is paid to schools according to the number of pupils who have been:
  • registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years
  • been in care for 6 months or longer
  • Children adopted from care under the Adoption and Children Act 2002 1 and children who have left care under a Special Guardianship or Residence Order
  • Pupils in Year Groups R to 11 recorded as Ever 4 Service Child or in receipt of a child pension from the Ministry of Defence.
In the 2015 to 2016 financial year, schools will receive:
  • £1300 for each eligible primary-aged pupil -FSM6
  • £1900 Children looked After CLA
  • £1900 Adopted Children
  • £300 Service Children


Cullercoats Primary School Pupil Premium Statement 2017-18

Pupil premium reports are the statutory documents used for demonstrating how much pupil premium will be received, how it will be spent and most importantly, the impact of the spending.
The report is intended to be an academic summary document so that all staff, parents, governors and external organisations can understand how the money has been spent and whether it was spent on the correct resources to enable the eligible pupils to make enough progress to close the gaps between themselves and non-disadvantaged pupils.
The report and impact statement must be made available on the school’s website. It is intended as a way of summarising the school’s ongoing pupil premium action plan.

Annual pupil premium report and impact statement
In September 2012, the DfE made funding available to allow disadvantaged pupils to make accelerated progress compared to their peers.
The money from the pupil premium allocation to schools should be used to fund more effective teaching for pupils from poor backgrounds, helping them to do better, and other initiatives, such as enrichment programmes, extension classes and to pay staff overtime.

Eligibility
The pupil premium grant is to be used for:

  • Raising the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and closing the gap between them and their peers. 
  • Supporting children and young people with parents in the regular armed forces.


School context

FSM (Deprivation element of pupil premium

Source: DfE

  R 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total
FSM6 2 3 6 4 4 11 11 41
%FSM6 3% 5% 10% 7% 6% 17% 19% 10%

Disadvantaged pupils –10% (National average –14.7 %) 


Allocated grant 2017-18
£67420 (based on Jan census 2017).

Summary of spending report
SENDCo/Pupil Premium Champion Non Class Based to enable the tracking of pupil progress for disadvantaged pupils. Professional discussion to ensure Education Plans have clear targets for disadvantaged pupils where required. Monitoring of books and interventions to support disadvantaged pupils. 1:1 nurture sessions and reviews with parents. Reading Recovery Teacher
30 Hour Teaching Assistant to deliver intervention strategies across the school.
17/18 Year 6 Targeted Intervention for Sats preparation – HLTA support.
18 Weeks – Yr5/6 Additional Teacher support Summer Term 2017
12 months - AF nurture groups
Bike4Health Pilot
Resources targeted to PP children, ICT resources
Numeracy and Literacy basic skills intervention
Installing Apps/set up of ICT equipment

Staff continued professional development (CPD) opportunities
Targeted PP CPD for TA/Conferences/Resources

Support staff costs
TA Literacy and Numeracy Intervention plus specific nurture time
TA 12.5Hrs Afternoon support and interventions
TA 5Hrs Nurture Groups and Homework facilitation.
 
Resources
Ipads and apps.
Number Resources for First Class @Number
ICT Technician time for Updates and installation of Apps

Spending Review 2017-18

PUPIL PREMIUM EXPENDITURE

 2017/18

 

 

 

Description

Description

 

 

 

 

 

PP Coordinator 1/2 salary NCB (Non Classroom Based)

26700

Tracking pupil progress/professional discussion/Montioring etc.

Intervention - Teaching Assistant

15000

 

 

Reading 1st Class Number

Y5/6 Additional Teacher Intervention

9000

Summer Term 2017

Nurture groups 5 hours per week

2000

 

12 months - nurture groups

Ipad/ICT - J Armstrong - PP

5572

 

 

Ipad replacement and additional ICT equipment.

J Armstrong

12000

 

 

Resources targeted to PP Additional assesssments EP (Above SLA allocation)
Extra Curriculum activities. Resources for Home.

Free School Milk

 1000

JA Staff meetings 1/10 salaries (staff meet per term)

3000

Focus Meetings and reviews with teachers.

Additional ICT Technician Time

 300


Total Spend

74572

 

Pupil Premium Allocation

67420

 

In Year Balance

-7152

 

Carried forward

15877

 

Balance Remaining

8725

 

 

 

 

 

 

Updated October 2017

 

Impact statement “The pupil premium grant has been spent as outlined above and the following data

 demonstrate the impact that it has had”.

*NB: To be updated following the 2018 Statutory Assessments.*

Please See below for 2017 Statutory Assessments.

 



Overall summary of strengths 2016-2017

EYFS
100% FSM (2/2 Pupils) in EYFS attained GLD (Good Learning Develeopment) Greater than the LA Average
Phonics
67% FSM (2/3 Pupils) passed their phonics test. Greater than the LA average.
KS1
67% FSM6 (6/9 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for RWM (Reading, Writing Maths) Greater than the LA & National Average for FSM6 pupils.
78% FSM6 (7/9 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for Reading. Greater than the LA & National Average percentage for FSM6 pupils. In line with the 79% National Non-Disadvantaged Pupils percentage.
67% FSM6 (6/9 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for Writing. Greater than the LA & National Average for FSM6 pupils. In line with the 72% National Non-Disadvantaged Pupils percentage.
78% FSM6 (7/9 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for Mathematics. Greater than the LA & National Average percentage for FSM6 pupils. In line with the 78% National Non-Disadvantaged Pupils percentage.
KS2
55% FSM6 (6/11 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for RWM (Reading, Writing Maths) Greater than the LA & National Average for FSM pupils. In line with the 60% National Non-Disadvantaged percentage.
55% FSM6 (6/11 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for Reading. Lower than the LA (62%) & in line with the National Average percentage of 59% for FSM6 pupils.
64% FSM6 (7/11 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for Writing. In line with the LA (66%) & National Average (65%) for FSM6 pupils.
73% FSM6 (9/11 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for Mathematics. Greater than the LA (64%) & National Average (63%) for FSM6 pupils.

Areas for development for the next academic year 2017-18

Narrow the ‘in school’ gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils.
Improve KS2 reading at EXS+ for disadvantaged pupils.
Improve attendance of our disadvantaged pupils to narrow the gap between FSM6 and non-disadvantaged pupils.(Ofsted 2017)

 

 

Cullercoats Primary School Pupil Premium Statement 2016-17

Pupil premium reports are the statutory documents used for demonstrating how much pupil premium will be received, how it will be spent and most importantly, the impact of the spending.
The report is intended to be an academic summary document so that all staff, parents, governors and external organisations can understand how the money has been spent and whether it was spent on the correct resources to enable the eligible pupils to make enough progress to close the gaps between themselves and non-disadvantaged pupils.
The report and impact statement must be made available on the school’s website. It is intended as a way of summarising the school’s ongoing pupil premium action plan. 


Annual pupil premium report and impact statement
In September 2012, the DfE made funding available to allow disadvantaged pupils to make accelerated progress compared to their peers.
The money from the pupil premium allocation to schools should be used to fund more effective teaching for pupils from poor backgrounds, helping them to do
 better, and other initiatives, such as enrichment programmes, extension classes and to pay staff overtime. 

Eligibility
The pupil premium grant is to be used for:

  • Raising the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and closing the gap between them and their peers. 
  • Supporting children and young people with parents in the regular armed forces.



School context

FSM (Deprivation element of pupil premium

Source: Jan 16 School Census and DfE

  R 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total
FSM6 3 6 3 9 10 13 13 51
%FSM6 5% 10% 5% 5% 16% 21% 21% 12%

Disadvantaged pupils –12% (National average –14.5 %) 


Allocated grant 2016-17
£67160 (based on Jan census 2016). 


Summary of spending report
SENDCo/Pupil Premium Champion Non class based to enable the tracking of pupil progress for disadvantaged pupils. Professional discussion to ensure Education Plans have clear targets for disadvantaged pupils where required. Monitoring of books and interventions to support disadvantaged pupils. 1:1 nurture sessions and reviews with parents.
30 Hour Teaching Assistant to deliver intervention strategies across the school.
16/17 Year 6 Targeted Intervention for Sats preparation – additional teacher support.
12 months - CM 12.5 hours per week interventions First Class at Number.
12 months - AF nurture groups
Resources targeted to PP children, ICT resources
Numeracy and Literacy basic skills intervention
Installing Apps/set up of ICT equipment
Pie Corbitt Writing Strategy Split over two years - writing intervention/ part curriculum/part PP

Staff continued professional development (CPD) opportunities
Targeted PP CPD for TA/Conferences/Resources
Support staff costs
TA Literacy and Numeracy Intervention plus specific nurture time
TA 12.5Hrs Afternoon support and interventions
TA 5Hrs Nurture Groups and Homework facilitation.
Teacher M6 Year 6 Spring/Summer Term additional intervention.  


Resources
Ipads and apps.
Number Resources for First Class @Number
ICT Technician time for Updates and installation of Apps

 

Spending Review 2015-17

PUPIL PREMIUM EXPENDITURE 2015-2017

 

 

 

 

Description

14/15

15/16

16/17

Description

 

 

 

 

 

PP Coordinator 1/2 salary

24055

24921

25964

Tracking pupil progress/professional discussion/Montioring etc.

Summer Term

6555

 

 

 

Intervention

12269

14484

15000

YM

Cover - PP Meetings

4038

4038

 

Mon/Friday PM

Intervention

2944

 

 

12 months - KM

Intervention

4000

 

 

Jan- March (built in budget monitoring)

Interventions

 

16717

5572

15/16 Year 6 Targeted Interventions 16/17 Year 5 Trargeted Intevention

Intervention 12.5 hours per week

2912

5892

6000

12 months - CM 12.5 hours per week

Nurture groups 5 hours per week

971

1942

2000

12 months - AF nurture groups

Ipad - J Armstrong - PP

300

 

 

 

J Armstrong - Budget Various resources

7500

14000

8000

Resources targeted to PP children, ICT resources

J Armstrong - Additional allocation resources etc 

8000

 

 

Targeted PP CPD for TA/Conferences/Resources

Apps - (JA)

300

 

 

Numeracy and Literacy basic skills

Free school milk

 

1000

1000

Cool Milk

ICT Technican time

250

300

300

Installing Apps/set up of ICT equipment

JA Staff meetings 1/10 salaries (staff meet per term)

4000

4000

3000

Pupil premium progress meetings

Pie Corbett

 

 

4000

Split over two years - writing intervention/ part curriculum/part PP

CPD - Including Beach Schools - RS/DD

1600

 

 

Targeted outdoor learning

Total Spend

79694

87294

70836

 

Pupil Premium Allocation

96864

78920

67160

 

In Year Balance

17170

-8374

-3676

 

Carried forward

10757

27927

19553

 

Balance Remaining

27927

19553

15877

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Impact statement “The pupil premium grant has been spent as outlined above and the following data demonstrate the impact that it has had”.

Overall summary of strengths and areas for
development for the next academic year

EYFS
100% FSM (2/2 Pupils) in EYFS attained GLD (Good Learning Develeopment) Greater than the LA Average

Phonics
67% FSM (2/3 Pupils) passed their phonics test. Greater than the LA average.

KS1
67% FSM6 (6/9 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for RWM (Reading, Writing Maths) Greater than the LA & National Average for FSM6 pupils.
78% FSM6 (7/9 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for Reading. Greater than the LA & National Average percentage for FSM6 pupils. In line with the 79% National Non-Disadvantaged Pupils percentage.
67% FSM6 (6/9 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for Writing. Greater than the LA & National Average for FSM6 pupils. In line with the 72% National Non-Disadvantaged Pupils percentage.
78% FSM6 (7/9 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for Mathematics. Greater than the LA & National Average percentage for FSM6 pupils. In line with the 78% National Non-Disadvantaged Pupils percentage.

KS2
55% FSM6 (6/11 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for RWM (Reading, Writing Maths) Greater than the LA & National Average for FSM pupils. In line with the 60% National Non-Disadvantaged percentage.
55% FSM6 (6/11 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for Reading. Lower than the LA (62%) & in line with the National Average percentage of 59% for FSM6 pupils.
64% FSM6 (7/11 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for Writing. In line with the LA (66%) & National Average (65%) for FSM6 pupils.
73% FSM6 (9/11 Pupils) reached EXS+ (Expected and above) for Mathematics. Greater than the LA (64%) & National Average (63%) for FSM6 pupils.
 

Identify the areas for development for the next academic year into bullet points.

  • Narrow the ‘in school’ gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils.
  • Improve KS2 reading at EXS+ for disadvantaged pupils.
  • Improve attendance of our disadvantaged pupils to narrow the gap between FSM6 and non-disadvantaged pupils.(Ofsted 2017)

PE, Sport & Physical Activity Statement 2016-17
It is a statutory requirement for primary schools to publish, on their school websites, how much PE and sport premium funding they receive, a full breakdown of how they have or will spend the funding, the effect of the premium on pupils’ PE and sports participation and attainment, and how the school will make sure these improvements are sustainable. One of the key purposes of putting information on the school website is to keep parents informed, so this information should be written in a format that is clear and easily accessible.
It is expected that schools will see an improvement against the following five key indicators:

  • The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
  • The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement
  • Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  • Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  • Increased participation in competitive sport

How to use the primary PE and sport premium
Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer. This means that you should use the premium to:

  • Develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers.
  • Make improvements to the current teaching of PE that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years.

For example, you could use your funding to:

  • Hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers.
  • Provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively.
  • Introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport.
  • Support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs, holiday clubs and Change4Life clubs.
  • Run sport competitions.
  • Increase pupils’ participation in the school sports games.
  • Run sports activities with other schools.

The PE and sport premium grant cannot be used to employ coaches or specialist teachers to cover planning, preparation and assessment (PPA) arrangements or to provide swimming lessons for pupils.

 

PE and sport premium grant spending plan template 2016-17

Allocation: £9600

Sports grant coordinator: Mr Aled Jones                                                                                                                                  

 Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity –  kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

Objective

Key actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Monitoring task

Evidence of impact/legacy (school, staff, pupils)

Ensure 2 hours of High Quality Physical Education

Timetable to show 2x 1hr PE sessions.

£450

PE is an important and integral part of the curriculum.

Subject Co-ordinator Days

Teachers and pupils value the power of PE and Sport across the school. Pupil questionnaire and staff audit.

Attend PE network Meetings

Keep abreast of current trends and information relating to PE & Sport

£250

New initiatives and CPD training opportunities

Subject Co-ordinator Day LA PE register.

Overview of PE across the school and how PE compliments Healthy Schools Award.

Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement

Objective

Key actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Monitoring task

Evidence of impact/legacy (school, staff, pupils)

Appropriate high quality PE equipment and kit to keep profile high

Audit current equipment and usability. Maintenance of current apparatus.

£2000

 

£150

 

£850

Replace any poor quality equipment and kit.

Continental Sports Maintenance Visit

Maintenance of Tiger Turf and Reception MUGA

PE Co-ordinator Action Plan

Pupils take pride in their sporting achievements. PE team wall/display.

Use of new Twitter and Facebook page to communicate sporting activities.

Regular post of PE, Sport and physical activity communicated to the school and community.

£300

Audit of activities required for the School Games Kite Mark Award.

Visible on School Website Twitter feed.

School Games Kite Mark

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Objective

Key actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Monitoring task

Evidence of impact/legacy (school, staff, pupils)

Network & CPD Opportunity through Keynote speakers and workshops.

Attendance at YST Conference 2016

£500

CPD Opportunity to hear how change is occurring within PE and Sport. Understand the National Picture

Report to HT

Conference pack and programme

North Tyneside PE SLA

CPD Opportunities for Staff

£500

Network Meetings to keep up to date with Locality Sporting Events. Good Practice feedback.
CPD training offered by North Tyneside LA

PE Action Plan

North Tyneside PE & Sport Calendar for the Academic Year

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Objective

Key actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Monitoring task

Evidence of impact/legacy (school, staff, pupils)

Bike4Health Pilot

Pilot using cycling as a means of increasing fitness, confidence, resilience and enjoyment

£1000

16 Pupils to complete a 12 course to raise fitness, levels attention and resilience.

Weekly Risk Assessment and route.

Complete a full day bike ride from Druridge Bay to Cullercoats.
Improvement in Confidence, fitness and well-being.

Produce a termly after school matrix of sport & Physical activity groups

 

Termly matrix to inform staff pupils and parents of all clubs after school.

£1000

Laura Prince Dance Club
NUFC Football Foundation Coaching Course

Club registers and participation rates.

Improved skills, coordination and concentration.

Increase Dance Activities for pupils

Participation in Dance Festival
Increase Opportunity to motivate pupils through Dance.

£675

Participation in N/S Dance Festival
Laura Prince G&T Dance Choreography Day

PE Co-ordinator Action Plan

Confidence in performance and choreography.

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Objective

Key actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Monitoring task

Evidence of impact/legacy (school, staff, pupils)

Enter and Participate in School Games Competitions

Compete in L1 & L2 competitions for Sports Hall Athletics, Hockey, Athletics, Tennis

£500

Experience of competitive competition.

Record Athletes participation

School participates in Level 3 Competition.
Pupils recognised for achievements in assembly.

Participation in local sporting and activity/events Eg NS Dance Festival Football League, Skipping Competition.

Ensure a variety of activities to engage all pupils.

£250

Dance, Choreography and performance.
Alternative physical activity through skipping.
NTSFA Football league for girls and boys.

% Participationvia football training and actual competition. Analyse those who play football external to school.

Participation provides evidence for Healthy School Award and School Games Kite Mark.

Remaining available funds to cover Transportation/Staff Cover

Increased cost in transportation to cover participation competitions.

£1250

Use of Mini bus Hire/Fuel
Coach Hire
Metro
Staff Cover to attend events

 

SBM to monitor travel and transportation costs.

Supporting participation in external events and competitions.

Impact
We continue to spend our PE and Sports Premium grant on enhancing our excellent PE provision and sporting timetable.
Another successful year where CPS continues to participate in School Games Competition across the LA.
Year 5/6 Athletics                        Tyne and Wear Quad Kids Finalists (School Games Level 3)
Year 5/6 Sports Hall Athletics     Tyne and Wear Winners                            
Year 5/6 Gymnastics                   North Tyneside winners (vaulting)
Year 5/6 Gymnastics                   North Tyneside winners (Floor))
                                                    Tyne and Wear 3rd Place Bronze medalists (School Games Level 3)
Year 3/4 Gymnastics                   North Tyneside Winners
                                                    Tyne and Wear 2nd Place Silver Medalists (School Games Level 3)
Year 3/4 Tennis                           North Tyneside Finalists
Year 3/4 Hockey                          North Tyneside Runners Up
Cullercoats Primary has topped the North Tyneside Medal Table for 5 consecutive years. It holds the School Games Gold KiteMark since 2012 and was awarded the School Games Platinum Award in 2017


2016/2017 Extra Curricular Club

Year group

Total number of children that signed up

Beach Club

2

48

Cricket

5 6

48

Girls Football

4 5 6

47

Gymnastics

3 4 5 6

119

Hockey

4 5 6

75

Judo

3 4 5 6

26

LP Dance - Contemporary

4

24

LP Dance - Street & Break Dancing

5

23

Multiskills

1 2

39

Netball

5 6

56

NUFC

1

29

Tag Rugby

3

24

Tennis

1 2 3 4 5 6

67

Vaulting

5 6

17

Total

 

642

 

PE and Sport Development Grant 2016-7

The DfE PE and Sport Grant for the academic year 2016-7 is £9800.

Cullercoats Primary School recognises that Physical Education and Sport is a strength of the school. The DfE PE and Sport Grant for the academic year 2016-7 is £9800. 
Our aim is to continue to deliver two hours of high quality physical education per week to our pupils. Offer additional opportunities through clubs and activities that engage and educate our pupils to develop healthy, active lifestyles and a lifelong appreciation and understanding of the benefits of physical activity and sport. Increase the confidence of staff to teach Physical Education through specific CPD and training. Provide children with the opportunity to participate in quality competitions throughout the year.
This grant has been used to:-
  • Offer our pupils a range of different sporting opportunities across the school both during school time and through extra curricular activities.
  • Increase opportunities to those children who do not participate in sporting or physical activities.
  • Provide quality CPD and training to staff.
  • Purchase additional equipment for use in PE lessons and extra curricular activities.
  • Cover staffing and transportation costs to various sporting competitions throughout the year.
Success throughout 2016-17

Sporting Achievements
Once again the children have participated and triumphed in numerous sporting events throughout the region some of which are listed below:-

Year 5/6 Athletics
Tyne and Wear Quad Kids Finalists (School Games Level 3)

Year 5/6 Sports Hall Athletics
Tyne and Wear Winners

Year 5/6 Gymnastics
North Tyneside winners (vaulting)

Year 5/6 Gymnastics
North Tyneside winners (Floor)

Tyne and Wear 3rd Place Bronze medalists
(School Games Level 3) 

Year 3/4 Gymnastics
North Tyneside Winners

Tyne and Wear 2nd Place Silver Medalists
(School Games Level 3)

Year 3/4 Tennis
North Tyneside Finalists

Year 3/4 Hockey
North Tyneside Runners Up

Congratulations to all the children who took part and a massive thank you to all the parents for their continued support particularly with extra curricular training and events.  
This huge effort has resulted in the school topping the North Tyneside School Games Primary League Table for a fourth consecutive year and receiving a commemorative plaque.