Crawford's CEVC Primary School

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Pupil Premium Spending


Pupil premium is given to schools by the Government to support children who are in receipt of free school meals, children who are in care and children of Service families.

The Department of Education states that “it is for schools to decide how the pupil premium, allocated to schools per FSM pupil, is spent, since they are best placed to access what additional provision should be made for individual pupils.”

At Crawford’s CEVC Primary School, pupil premium has funded a number of activities, interventions and resources to support pupil progress and attainment.

For further information on Pupil Premium spending to date for 2016-17, please see the information below:

Summary Information
SchoolCrawford's CEVC School
Academic Year2016-17
Total number of pupil75
Pupil Premium Allocation£12,315 (Sept 2016 - March 2017)
Last reviewed:  February 2017
Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligble for PP):
Social and emotional intelligence
Poor maths, reading and writing skills
Low self-esteem
Circumstances in the home have an impact on the pupil's emotional wellbeing in school.
Planned expenditure:
The provision of additional adults to support vulnerable children both individually and within small groups – academically, socially and emotionally.
Targeted intervention to develop social skills.
Enabling children to access school trips, residential trips and after school clubs.
Purchasing specific intervention programmes and resources in order to allow catch-up programmes to take place (Beat Dyslexia, Dancing Bears, Socially Speaking, Concrete Maths Resources).
Learning and behaviour support from specialist sports coaches.
Access to weekly learning/ behaviour mentoring.
Total budgeted costs
ElementAmountBalance
Funds received£12,315£12,315
Additional LSA provision£6,333£5,982
Contribution to clubs£100£5,882
Intervention resources£83.82£5898.18
Learning/ behaviour Mentoring£506£5392.18
 Access to lunchtime clubs ran by specialist coaches£633£4,759.18

For further information on Pupil Premium spending for 2015-16, please see the information below:

 

Summary Information
SchoolCrawford's CEVC School
Academic Year 2015-16
Total number of pupil72
Pupil Premium Allocation£14,520
Last reviewed:  December 2016
 Achievement at the end of 2016   
Pupils eligble for PP (School)Pupils not eligible (School)Pupils not eligible (National Average)
Year 1 Phonics
% attaining expected standard1007383
Year 2 Phonics
% attaining expected standard677593
End of KS1 (Year 2)
% making the expected standard in reading675078
% making the expected standard in writing675070
% making the expected standard in mathematics675077
% making the expected standard in science677585
End of KS2 (Year 6)
% achieving in reading, writing and mathematics1005060
% making the expected standard in reading1006071
% making the expected standard in writing1007079
% making the expected standard in mathematics1005075
% making the expected standard GPS1005078
Progress measures reading-0.58-1.320.9
Progress measures writing-5.68-0.680.52
Progress measures mathematics-7.571.820.55
Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligble for PP):
Social and emotional intelligence
Poor maths skills
Poor reading skills (phonics)
Circumstances in the home have an impact on the pupil's emotional wellbeing in school.
Planned expenditure:
The provision of adults to support vulnerable children both individually and within small groups – academically, socially and emotionally.
The setting up and running of a nurture group to develop social skills.
Enabling children to access school trips, residential trips and after school clubs.
Purchasing phonics and maths resources in order to allow catch-up programmes to take place.
Learning and behaviour support from specialist sports coaches.
Weekly behaviour mentoring.
Total budgeted costs
ElementAmountBalance
Funds received£14,520£14,520
Additional LSA provision£10,000£4,520
Nuture Group £2,280£2,240
Contribution to clubs£100£2,140
Intervention resources£620£1520
Behaviour Mentoring£15200