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Middlefield Community Primary School

Middlefield

Community Primary School

Pupil Premium Spending 2015-16

 

Pupil Premium Allocation

2015-2016

2014-2015

2013-2014

 

£268,000

£230,000

£216,000

Number of Pupils on Roll

306 FTE

315 FTE

316 FTE

Number of Pupils Entitled to Pupil Premium Grant

212

182

171

Total Percentage of Pupils Eligible for Pupil Premium Grant

69.4%

57.8%

55.0%

 

How is the allocation spent?

Impact

Cost

Subsidising educational trips, residential trips and transport.

Vulnerable children more able to go on residential and visits with peer s.

Enriching the learning process for all pupils. Wider life experiences and more confident learners. Increased independent skills and embedded friendships.

£6000

Contribution towards Teaching Assistants who work with targeted groups of children on intervention programmes, booster sessions, phonics programmes and 1:1 I.E.P time.

All targeted children to receive appropriate level of adult support to fully engage with the National Curriculum and able to achieve. More confident learners who are making good or excellent progress.

£119,700

1 x Learning Mentor/ Attendance/ Safeguarding deputy officer  to assist Lead Mentor in supporting children's emotional well-being, safety and pastoral needs

 Improved attendance. Regular contact with parents of poor attendees.  Parents more aware of the consequences of poor attendance.

High quality support to Safeguarding Lead.

£27,192

Contribution to ‘A Quiet Place’ provision. Targeted sessions to whole classes and referred groups and individuals. To support emotional well-being and pastoral needs to enable children to be ready to learn.

Improved attendance

Improved readiness to learn

Improved behaviour, including behaviour for learning

 

£45,725

 

£6,300- licence

£39,425-salaries

THETA- an extension of ‘A Quiet Place’. A resourced provision to support mindfulness, well-being and emotional intelligence. Children are enabled with skills to be resilient and ready to learn. 30 children have permanent access for 1 full term, and ‘outreach’ for the remaining two terms. Additional children have ‘emergency’ referrals. (Staff salary)

 Improved attendance

Improved readiness to learn

Improved behaviour, including behaviour for learning

£48,825

Breakfast Club expenditure: Salaries and resources. 

Improved attendance and punctuality. Children ready to learn after having a healthy breakfast surrounded by friends in a warm social environment.

£6,000

Rewards and incentives to improve attendance to be at least in line with Liverpool averages.

Improved attendance resulting in improved and sustained progress and standards for all children.

£2,000

Rewards and incentives to improve behaviour

Improved behaviour and behaviour for learning resulting in improved and sustained progress and standards for all children.

£2,000

After school clubs, including PE and Music.

Extra curricular opportunities provided for pupils.

Widening pupils range of experience and building self confident learners.

£3,558

To support the continuation of ‘Middlefield Forest School’

To ensure that all children have access to Forest School during the school year.

To continue this ‘outdoor’ approach to learning which links with the classroom and offers pupils opportunities to lead their own learning

To develop children’s self awareness, self discipline, motivate them, make them independent learners and raise self esteem.

To improve attendance

£8,000