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1.   Summary information Dymchurch Primary school

Academic Year

2017/18

Total PP budget

£84,320.

Date of most recent PP Review

19/9/17

Total number of pupils

204

Number of pupils eligible for PP

63

Date for next internal review of this strategy

End of Term 2 (Dec 2017)

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2.   End of Key Stage attainment & progress 2016-2017

 

Pupils eligible for PP @ Dymchurch

Non- PP pupils @ Dymchurch

National Figures (all)

KS2

 

 

 

% attaining combined reading, writing maths at expected level

32%

42%

61%

% NE Reading

37%

50%

71%

%NE Writing

63%

83%

76%

%NE EGPS

53%

58%

77%

%NE Maths

42%

75

75%

Progress in reading since KS1 average score

-5.1

-4.9

 

Progress in writing since KS1

-1.6

-2.1

 

Progress in maths since KS1

-4.7

-3.0

 

KS1

Pupils eligible for PP

All

National Figures (all)

% attaining expected+ in reading KS1

91%

79%

75%

% attaining Greater Depth in reading KS1

0

18%

25%

% attaining expected + in writing KS1

73%

71%

68%

% attaining Greater depth in writing KS1

18%

9%

15%

% attaining expected + in maths

82%

86%

75%

% attaining Greater Depth in maths

0

18%

20%

Phonics attaining expected standard in Year 1

77%

67%

81%

 

In-school barriers (issues to be addressed in school, such as poor oral language skills)

A.    

Poor literacy and language skills– reading, writing and spoken.

B.

Poor/undeveloped meta-cognition and self-regulation.

C.

Social, emotional and mental health issues.

External barriers (issues which also require action outside school, such as low attendance rates)

D.

Low attendance.

E.

Area of social deprivation (*See notes)

F.

Access to extra-curricular activities and life experiences.

 

1.    Desired outcomes

Success criteria

Evaluation of impact

A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Potential barrier:

Poor literacy and language skills – reading, written and spoken.

Outcome descriptor

The progress and attainment gaps between PP and national figures diminishes so that pupils in receipt of PP perform in line, or better than peers nationally

Reading & writing NE will increase in line with milestones

Year group

Reading

Writing

Sept

June

Sept

June

1

33%

66%

33%

33%

2

100%

100%

50%

50%

3

90%

90%

70%

80%

4

9%

45.4%

0%

18%

5

60%

80%

46.6%

60%

6

55%

77%

44%

55%

Accelerated progress is made by all pupils in receipt of PP

Pupils in receipt in receipt of PP funding will typically make 8+ steps per year

 

B

Potential barrier: Poor/undeveloped meta-cognition and self-regulation.

Outcome descriptor

Pupils will build their confidence, resilience and skills through the promotion of growth-mindset and ‘learning to learn’ which will, in turn, contribute to successful levels of progress and attainment.

  • Staff use of Class Dojo school reward system demonstrates improvement in on task behaviour
  • Wellbeing indicators in drop ins show an improvement in resilience and confidence, as shown through action and self-perception by child.
  • Discussions with pupils demonstrate their use the language of ‘growth mindset’ in discussions around their work and aspirations
  •  Monitoring evidence demonstrates on going, accurate self assessment/evaluation which leads to improvements in next work and ongoing improvements over time
  • Monitoring shows understanding and use of challenging and increasingly precise  termly targets that lead to improvements in attainment
 

C

Potential barrier: Social, emotional and mental health difficulties limit attention to task.

Outcome descriptor

Pupils will be supported to address their social, emotional and mental health issues in a safe environment which will positively impact their progress and attainment.

  • Pupils who attend Play Therapy sessions will demonstrate improvement in SDQ scores and Wellbeing scale indicators
  • Pupils who attend Art Therapy sessions will demonstrate improvement in SDQ scores and Wellbeing scale indicators
  • Use of FLO to work with families at risk of underachievement will enable additional support out of school to consolidate learning in school and accelerate progress and improve attendance

 

 

 

 

 

 

D

Potential barrier

Poor rates of attendance affect attainment and progress

Outcome descriptor

Less that 3 % difference between pupils in receipt of  PP and non

Improve overall attendance so that it is in line with government figures

  • FLO will work with pupils and their parents/carers so that lates are diminished and pupils attendance improves by 4% over the course of the year
  • Senior leadership will promote the importance of good attendance to pupils and parents through a variety of means. Assemblies, positive displays, tracking attendance (Eg. Weekly winning class for best attendance, newsletter/website attendance updates).
  • Minibus pick-up in mornings in mornings will eradicate lates and therefore improve overall attendance across the year
 
E

Potential barrier:

Dymchurch is within an area of social deprivation* which means that:

  • some families may have limited access to extended experiences due to financial restraints and;
  • the value of education in terms of improving outcomes as adults may be less clear (*See notes)

Outcome descriptor

Pupils in receipt of pupil premium will benefit from extended experiences which will improve their resilience and vocabulary

Families will know how to support their children in order to achieve high rates of academic success

Children are aspirational in their future planning and have high expectations of themselves.
  • Use of minibus to improve support for families in improving attendance so that lates are diminished and attendance rates are in line with National targets
  • PP funds used to enable all pupils to benefit from wider experiences on which to apply and extend their knowledge and understanding
  • Daily milk for pupils supports improved behaviour for learning in class
  • Musical instrument tuition improves rates of engagement in musical lessons and/or experiences outside of the school day
 

 

4.   Planned expenditure

Academic year

2017/2018

Desired outcome: To improve attainment and progress outcomes for pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium in English and maths

Target group

Item

What is the evidence and rationale for this choice?

Cost

Success criteria

Evidenced through

Whole school

Leader with responsibility for monitoring PP performance across the school/cohorts and analysing the effectiveness of intervention decisions

(A ‘Pupil Premium Champion)

 

By having a dedicated member of staff the progress, attainment and individual cohort needs will be well understood. This in turn will lead to more precise spend, provision and tracking of the impact of spend for pupils in receipt of PP

This ‘champion’ will act as a ‘voice’ for pupils in receipt of PP and represent them at a Senior Leadership  level

£18000

Pupils in receipt of pupil premium will make accelerated progress from their starting points

Where additional vulnerabilities are identified, children’s needs are met through precise and targeted support and high quality, adaptive whole class teaching

Progress and attainment targets set at performance management are on track to be met (i.e. data milestones)

 

In year data

Proportions of Good + teaching has risen

Milestones met

Whole school

Senco employed to identify additional, specific needs of PP children and support class teachers to adapt teaching to their needs

‘Layering’ of need identified and information used to provide precise intervention and classroom adaptation.

£5230

Pupils with multiple barriers will make steady progress in core subjects

Class teachers make appropriate differentiated support available which accurately meets needs of this group

Tracking data shows steady progress

PPM notes demonstrate impact of provision/intervention for this specific group

Whole school

Bespoke staff training to ‘upskill’ teachers in order to improve proportion of outstanding teaching

High quality teaching which is carefully differentiated has the greatest impact  on all pupils, including those in receipt of pupil premium. More precise differentiation and greater challenge will extend and enable pupils to make accelerated progress

£2000

Increased proportions of teachers move from RI to Good and then Good to outstanding in monitoring

Accelerated progress made by pupils, increase proportion meeting NE

Teaching profile milestones

NE & Progress data

Y6

Additional teacher employed to improve child to teacher ratio and allow additional focussed time for individuals for effective feedback and precise support

Increased teacher to child ratio will enable teachers to spend more time giving effective feedback in order to accelerate progress

£18000

Pupils will no and understand how to improve and these improvements will continue over time

Gaps in understanding will diminish

Book scrutiny

Gap analysis

Assessment data

Y4

HLTA to run interventions x3 afternoons

Precise intervention to fill gaps in understanding will allow those children to make accelerated progress in whole class sessions

£3218

Accelerated progress in topics being supported by intervention

Intervention entry and exit data

Y5

Partial salary contribution for additional TA

Focussed TA support will support identified individuals behaviour difficulties are proving a barrier to their achievement. Close support to teach self monitoring and of learning , and precise intervention to plug gaps will rapidly improve behaviour or learning and outcomes in these individuals

Tbc – additional funding streams investigated

Unwanted behaviour incidences reduce

Positive behaviour for learning observed

Acceleration in progress for English and maths

Pupils develop self help strategies

Observation notes

Assessment data

Individual milestones for these pupils

PPM notes

Y4

HLTA to run interventions x3 mornings

Precise intervention to fill gaps in understanding will allow those children to make accelerated progress in whole class sessions

£4827

Accelerated progress in topics being supported by intervention

Intervention entry and exit data

 

Desired outcome: To improve attendance

Target group

Item

What is the evidence and rationale for this choice?

Cost

Success criteria

Evidenced through

Whole school

FLO support

Support for families can be accessed through the FLO, including courses to improve parental skills such as Solihull Approach

Attendance can be monitored and support, where appropriate, provided and/accessed using a multi-agency approach for the family

£6400

·         FLO will work with pupils and their parents/carers so that lates are diminished and pupils attendance improves by 4% over the course of the year

 

Attendance figures

Parental and pupil voice

Whole school

Lease of minibus

Demographics of the school means that some families find it difficult to get their children to school punctually and in time for breakfast club

Short term needs for school transport support are met in order to minimise disruption to routines at school for the children

£6950

·         Increased proportions of pupils in receipt of PP benefit from breakfast club

·         Non attendance rates, including lates, are diminished so all children can access the curriculum from the start of the day

Lates reduced

Attendance improves by at least 4% and is at least 96%

 

Desired outcome:  To ensure pupil’s Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs are wholly met so they can thrive within school

Target group

Item

What is the evidence and rationale for this choice?

Cost

Success criteria

Evidenced through

Individuals

Play therapist for specified children

Some pupils have been identified as having low levels of well being which interrupts their learning at school. Play therapy aims to meet SEMH needs so that they can wholly access the curriculum and enable them to become resilient, evaluative learners

£13000

·         Wellbeing and involvement scores so show positive increase in these areas

·         Behaviour for learning is improved

·         Progress and attainment improve over time

SDQs

Wellbeing & involvement indicators

Pupil and class observations

Parental voice

Individuals

Providing school milk

Observations of behaviour after break time and pupil voice indicated that children may be hungry after break and this could hamper their concentration. Morning break milk is provided so that pupils who may have missed or had an inadequate breakfast can concentrate fully in class

£732

·         Wellbeing and involvement scores so show positive increase in these areas

·         Behaviour for learning is improved

·         Progress and attainment improve over time

SDQs

Wellbeing & involvement indicators

Pupil and class observations

Individuals

Educational psychologist

Use of Educational Psychologist to assess accurately pupil’s needs will support teachers and other professionals to provide accurate support for pupils identified as being at risk of underachievement

£1224

·         Wellbeing and involvement scores so show positive increase in these areas

·         Behaviour for learning is improved

·         Progress and attainment improve over time

·         Differentiation in lessons accurate and takes account of difficulties identified

SDQs

Wellbeing & involvement indicators

Pupil and class observations

Lesson obs

Progress in workbooks

Individuals

Subsidies to extra curricular activities e.g. breakfast club, afterschool club, wider curriculum visits

Some families may find it difficult to access wraparound care due to financial restraints. Breakfast club will ensure pupils are on time and afterschool club supports pupils learning in the school environment. Partial subsidy of trips widens experiences children may not otherwise have and strengthens links between knowledge and understanding learnt in school

£1500

·         Pupils attending breakfast club and afterschool club will have improved attendance

·         Lesson observations will show links made between outside of school experiences and the learning in school, and application of this learning in a range of contexts

·         Pupil voice will show an interest in a wider curriculum, including events and hobbies outside of school

Wellbeing indicators

BC and AS club registers

Pupil voice

Parental voice

Progress measures for targeted pupils

Individuals and groups

Individual and small group tuition

Wider experiences can be used to discover pupil talents, raise aspirations and increase areas of interest. Learning to play an instrument teaches resilience within a safe context and helps to develop social and evaluative skills

£3000

·         Pupil voice suggests interest in trying other new instruments, experiences or skills

·         Pupil’s behaviour in sessions is excellent, indicating a desire to succeed

Wellbeing indicators

Pupil voice

Parental voice

Individuals

Art therapy

Non verbal, sensory based intervention aimed to develop pupils cognitive and emotional growth and development; improve self-regulation; increase feelings of self worth

£200

·         SDQs and well being indicators will demonstrate improvement in feelings or self worth, development of resilience and improvements in emotional resilience

SDQs

Wellbeing and involvement scores

Pupil perception scores

Pupil voice

*Area of Social Deprivation:

Unemployment: The rate of unemployment in Dymchurch is both higher than the average for Kent and higher than the national average.

Social Grade: Dymchurch has 20% less Higher and Intermediate managerial, administrative or professional households than the national average.

Education: Dymchurch has a high level of residents with either no qualifications or qualifications equal to 1 or more GCSE at grade D or below, than the national average

                                 

(Information Source: Office for National Statistics & Department for Work & Pensions.)

 School Sports Premium Grant

 Provision for 2017/18 academic year

To enable the sports premium grant to have the most impact on sport across the school, we have bought in to the Shepway Sports Trust Competition Package, which gives us access to the Shepway School Games Partnership. This enables the school to take part in more competitions and activities against schools from across Shepway. In addition to the competitions, each class will receive 5 sports activities throughout the year, delivered by specialists. Our staff will receive 12 hours team teaching with a specialist to develop CPD as well as extra PE support in staff meetings from the PE leader throughout the year. The package also includes 2 lunch time sports sessions (delivered by specialists) to promote active lifestyles, playmakers training for KS2 pupils, 3 six week blocks of sport clubs for 90 KS2 children to take part in.

In addition to this, we will be allocating a percentage of the sports grant to maintaining and improving our PE resources & ensuring that there are sufficient planning resources to deliver effective PE lessons.

Transport to local competitions and events will continue to take a percentage of the sports premium grant, which will enable more children to access extra-curricular sports across the district.

We will continue to access the Golden Mile daily run to promote healthy lifestyles to all children from Y1-Y6 and use the online database to record the number of miles run by each child throughout the school year.

Participation in sport will be recorded and assessed each term throughout the year (3 times per year) using the school sports tracking system.

The sports premium grant allocation for the 2017-18 academic year is £17,760.

The funding should have an impact on the following:

What we aim to achieve

Strategies

Improve quality of teaching and learning in PE.

Enable PE to become more inclusive.

  • Membership of Shepway Sports Trust competition package (includes coaching, CPD & access to 70+ Shepway School Games competitions).
  • PE Leader to deliver PE specific staff meetings every term to develop and share good practice.
  • Purchase new equipment and maintain current equipment to allow access to a wide range of sporting activities.
  • Curricular & Extra Curricular PE will be closely monitored by PE leader & SLT.
  • PE Leader to attend subject leader meetings with the Shepway Sports Trust/ School Games Partnership.
  • CPD – Allocate funding to local club coaches to allow teachers to teach alongside coaches and develop their understanding of specific sports (hockey, basketball, tag rugby, athletics etc).
  • New PE curriculum to include a range of sports, allowing children to be exposed to both new and established sports (handball, pop lacrosse, tag rugby, netball).

Increase the number of extra-curricular sport activities.

  • Sports funding used to fund FLOW – after school football club (50 children), football teams (20 children) & lunch time multi sports (all children from Y1-Y6).
  • Sports funding used to purchase after school club coaching from Shepway Sports Trust using specialist coaches.
  • Participants monitored using school tracker system to ensure that different children access the clubs throughout the year.
  • PE leader will continue to run Intra-school competitions each week during lunchtimes for Y2-Y6 children, covering 6-7 sports in the academic year.
  • PE leader to run termly sports challenges for all children to take part in – prizes as incentives/ rewards.

Increase attendance at local sporting events.

  • Membership of the Shepway Sports Trust competition package will  enable the school to access competitions for all year groups from EYFS – Y6 throughout the year.
  • New PE curriculum will lead to increased participation in local sporting events (knowledge & experience of the sports)
  • Recognise and reward the achievements of children’s participation and success in sporting activities outside of school in celebration assemblies & on PE display boards.

Increase activity levels amongst children during the school day.

  • Golden Mile daily run will continue each day for Y1-Y6 children. This will be monitored and recorded using the online tracking system. Teachers & TAs to run around with the children each day to encourage participation.
  • Y5 & Y6 Play Leaders to lead playground games during lunch times. Play Leaders to support PE Leader to deliver intra-school competitions throughout the year.

Recognition & Accreditation for sport.

  • PE leader will use the Sainsburys School Games success criteria to aim for Gold kitemark in 2017-18 for 3rd year running.

All children to be confident swimmers by the end of KS2.

Children able to swim 25m confidently by the end of KS2.

  • All classes from Y3-Y6 to participate in swimming lessons for 1 term throughout the year.
  • Funding for confident & able swimmers to take part in ‘life saving’ skills as part of their swimming lessons.

 Full details of the Shepway Sports Trust timetable can be found here

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Funding allocation for 2016-2017 academic year:

Shepway Sports Trust Competition Package

£3110

FLOW (after school football, lunch time multi sports & football team)

£4000

Extra-Curricular Sports Clubs Coaches (tag rugby, athletics & gymnastics) – Shepway Sports Trust

£525

Club coaches to work alongside teachers  - hockey

£500

Transport to local sporting events – + 20% discount from crosskeys

Ap  £1500

PE Equipment & Planning Resources

£1000

Prizes for participation (medals, trophies, balls)

£200

TOTAL

10,835

Next year –

Shepway Sports Trust Package

FLOW football

Equipment & Maintenance

£3000

£4000

£1000

SST After school clubs - £175 for 6 weeks.

 

 

 

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