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PUPIL PREMIUM

This budget is given to schools with the express purpose that it is spent on strategies to improve educational outcomes for 3 categories of pupils:
Free School Meal Children (FSM)
Looked After Children (CLA)
Service Children.
We spend the funding as directed but it obviously reaches other children too and has enormous benefits for all children if spent wisely!

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2018/2019

Our school has a welcoming and open ethos. We actively encourage feedback from children, parents, carers and our community. The Governors and leadership team welcome your comments on this plan. Please email:  office@sheringhamprimary.norfolk.sch.uk 
Pupil Premium Plan 2015 -16

PP Impact Review 2015-2016

Pupil Premium Review 2015

2011-12   £25888
Pupil Premium children 9.4% (19.2% national).
Expenditure:
Pupil intervention groups.
Maintain TA support following 2010-11 direct grant budget cuts.

Impact:
Our PP children scored 28.8 average point score at the end of year 6 against a national average point score of 27.9 for non-PP children. 96% of our PP children achieved expected progress in English as opposed to 88% of other pupils whilst in Maths the figures are 88%and 78% respectively. 

2012-13  £68907
Pupil Premium children 19.8% (26.2% national).
Expenditure:
Pupil Asset tracking system and training of Leader to run it and all staff to use it.
Intervention programmes.
Booster groups.
Impact:

Our PP children scored 28,3 (26.7 nat av) average point score in Maths, Reading and Writing at the end of year 6 against an average point score of 28.9 (29.1 nat av) for our non-PP children. 92%/92% (84%/89% nat av) of our PP children achieved expected progress in Reading/Writing as opposed to 91%/99% (89%/93% nat av) of other pupils whilst in Maths the figures are 92% (84% nat av) and 99% (90% nat av) respectively.



2013-14   £99000
Pupil Premium children 18.7 (26.7% nat).
Expenditure:
Intervention groups and booster group.
Release Assessment Leader to meet termly with each year group to monitor all pupil progress since tracking is the best way to improve pupil attainment.
Run 1-4 teacher-pupil ratio catchup classes.
Set up a Nurture Group to target vulnerable children in EYFS.
Impact:

At KS1 our PP children APS in R Wr Ma was 14.5 against nat av PP of 14.3

Our PP children scored 27.1 (27 nat av) average point score in Maths, Reading and Writing at the end of year 6 against an average point score of 29.4 (29.4 nat av) for our non-PP children. 80%/95% (84%/89% nat av) of our PP children achieved expected progress in Reading/Writing as opposed to 85%/94% (92%/94% nat av) of other pupils whilst in Maths the PP figures are 80% (84% nat av) and 90% (91% nat av) respectively.

2014-15  £145000
Number of Pupil Premium children 111 which is 18.7% of our pupils (26.6% nat)
Intervention groups.
1-4 teacher-pupil catchup classes.
Booster classes in Yrs 5 & 6 for academic year.
Nurture Group support.
Support for Brightstars and educational trips

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