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Pupil Premium 2015-16

2015/16

We received £50,756 in Pupil Premium Funding.

At The Oaks we used the additional funding in the following ways:

  • Provision of short-term intervention programmes for underachieving and disadvantaged pupils. This includes one to one interventions. In particular this year, we will use the funding to support Pupil Premium children in Year 1 who did not achieve a Good Level of Development (GLD) in EYFS.
  • Employment of a Family Liaison Officer who also runs Nurture Groups to support the well-being of pupils in school and their families.
  • Provision of enriching experiences for children through visitors into school as well as trips to outside facilities. These will happen at least once per term.
  • Employment of a fully qualified Numbers Count teacher to deliver one-to-one teaching for our lowest achieving mathematicians. This has shown excellent impact on pupil outcomes in Maths over the last year.
  • Provision of additional adult support at unstructured times of the day to enhance pupil involvement in physical activities and develop social skills, reducing incidents of conflict.
  • Breakfast Club to ensure good attendance and readiness to learn.
  • Any other additional provision which has been identified on an individual basis.

 

The main outcomes of this additional funding were as follows:

 

Year 2 Pupils

(13 eligible; 2 entered mid-Key Stage, 1 in the Speech and Language Unit, 2 with SEND)

 

Of the 12 main school pupils:

 

Maths

  • 83% achieved age-related expectations. This is more than 20% higher than levels in Kent (National levels not yet published).
  • 100% made good progress.
  • 33% made accelerated progress.

Reading

  • 92% achieved age-related expectations. This is more than 28% higher than levels in Kent (National levels not yet published).
  • 100% made good progress.
  • 55% made accelerated progress.

Writing

  • 67% achieved age-related expectations. This is more than 11% higher than levels in Kent (National levels not yet published).
  • 67% made good progress.
  • 33% accelerated progress.

 

As a result, we have planned additional actions for writing for 2016-17.

 

Year 1 Pupils

(11 eligible, 1 in the Speech and Language Unit, 2 with SEND)

 

Of the 10 main school pupils:

 

Maths

  • 60% achieved age-related expectations.
  • 80% made good progress.
  • 20% made accelerated progress.

Reading

  • 70% achieved age-related expectations.
  • 80% made good progress.
  • 30% made accelerated progress.

Writing

  • 70% achieved age-related expectations.
  • 70% made good progress.
  • 30% made accelerated progress.

 

 

Year R Pupils 

(6 eligible, 2 with SEND)

  • 67% achieved GLD. This is above National levels (2015) of 51%.

  • 67% of pupils achieved expected outcomes against the Early Learning Goals in Number and Shape, Space and Measures.

  • 67% of pupils achieved expected outcomes against the Early Learning Goals in reading and writing.

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