Stamford Bridge Primary School

​Fun, friendship and learning for life

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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium refers to the £1300 school receives for any pupil who is eligible for free school meals (or has been within the last 6 years).  There is also additional funding available for children who are looked after and children with parents in the armed forces.  To find out more about pupil premium and to see if your child could be eligible, click here.

At Stamford Bridge Primary School:

  • we ensure that all teaching is good or better and learning opportunities meet the needs of all pupils
  • we ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to vulnerable groups; this includes ensuring that the needs of socially disadvantaged pupils are adequately assessed and addressed
  • in making provision for socially disadvantaged pupils, we recognise that not all pupils who receive free school meals will be socially disadvantaged
  • we also recognise that not all pupils who are socially disadvantaged are registered or qualify for free school meals. We reserve the right to allocate pupil premium to support any pupil or groups of pupils the school has legitimately identified as being socially disadvantaged
  • pupil premium funding is allocated following a needs analysis which identifies priority classes, groups or individuals.

 

Pupil Premium 2016/17

 

Planning and evaluation outline

Pupil Premium used for:

Amount allocated to the intervention / action

(£)

Is this a new or continued activity/cost centre?

 

Brief summary of the intervention or action, including details of year groups and pupils involved, and the timescale

Specific intended outcomes: how will this intervention or action improve achievement for pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium? What will it achieve if successful?

How will this activity be monitored, when and by whom? How will success be evidenced?

Actual impact: What did the action or activity actually achieve? Be specific: ‘As a result of this action…’
If you plan to repeat this activity, what would you change to improve it next time?

Support with wrap around care costs

TBC New All pupils eligible for pupil premium are entitled to a 10% discount on after school care and holiday club costs This is intended to provide support for parents and carers through children being able to access this quality care and educational provision after school and during the holidays Monitored by governors via the Resources Committee

ELSA

£2,000

Continued

Emotional support for pupils of any age in school.

Time and space for vulnerable pupils to explore their thoughts and feelings will develop self-confidence and self-awareness

Regular supervision meetings with head and liaison with class teachers

ELSA time will be used for small groups as appropriate.  When parent support training is available, ELSA will access this

EEF Research into maths intervention

£950.00

New opportunity for school to work on a research project linked to the Educational Endowment Foundation

Action research linked to maths intervention over the year. We are a control school for this research.

School support staff will receive training and will work with 12 pupils over the year.

Head and maths lead to monitor and feedback results to university of Nottingham.

Numicon maths resources bought and new assessment materials

Swimming costs

£450

Continued

Swimming tuition fees paid using pupil premium to enable children to swim fortnightly with their peers.

Allows children to access regular swimming lessons and therefore increase fitness and swimming skills

Teachers and head monitor children’s progress and ensure parents are aware of the need for pupils to swim

Pupils make good progress in swimming, contributing to fitness and safety awareness in water

School visits

£675

Continued

Cost of school visits met using pupil premium with the exception of the Y6 residential – the coach travel only is paid for in this instance.

All children can access educational visits including optional residentials

Educational visits coordinator and head monitor

Educational and optional visits enhance children’s learning and experiences of life beyond the village

Music tuition

 

 Continued

Cost of instrumental tuition paid for to enable pupils to develop musical skills, if requested

Pupils who wish to develop musical skills can access this

 

This links to violin tuition only

Outdoor learning/forest schools

£5,240

Continued

Children take part in regular outdoor learning and forest schools sessions including gardening

Enjoyment of learning outside the classroom impacts on learning within

Monitored by SLT – pupil voice and staff feedback

 

Uniform costs

 

Continued 

Resources to enhance outdoor learning including in the EYFS

£788.94

 

More tools and resources lead to a deeper learning experience

Enjoyment of learning outside the classroom impacts on learning within

 

 

‘Ginger Bear’ group (EYFS/KS1 social skills)

£1368

Continued

Infant children who need additional support with social and communication skills access this group.

Increased social skills including good listening and turn taking

Teachers keep records of progress made.  Weekly letters inform parents of the group focus.

Groups in EYFS run by teachers

 

Speech and language intervention/daily readers

£1152

Continued

One to one or small group support for identified pupils

Improved articulation and clarity of speech when communicating; increased fluency when reading

Support staff follow guidance from therapists and keep notes on progress made.  Class reading records track progress