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Pupil Premium Strategy at Hepworth J & I School

What is Pupil Premium?

Pupil Premium is the term given to money allocated to schools in their budget related to the number of children who are eligible for free school meals (FSM), looked after children (LAC), post LAC and armed forces children. The figure is calculated on any child in school who has been eligible for FSM in the past six years. The money is allocated to initiatives to ensure pupils reach their full potential both academically and socially.

For more details on the Pupil Premium please visit:

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/pupilsupport/premium

If your child does not have free school meals, but may be eligible because of your family’s income level, please contact the office (in confidence) to register them. Even if you do not wish them to have the meals, this would mean that school could still claim the Pupil Premium funding that may be used to help them.

Our Objectives

At Hepworth J & I School we use our pupil premium funding to address three main objectives:

1.  ​To support eligable pupils in making accelerated progress

2.  To support eligable pupils with social skills & emotional needs

3.  To enrich the lives of eligable pupils

At Hepworth our priority is to 'narrow the gap' for the most vulnerable pupils who are not on track to meet expected outcomes for their year group. We also aim to support them with any social needs. We also recognise that not all pupils who are socially disadvantaged are registered or take up FSM. We try to ensure that all pupils who need support access the interventions set up for pupils who do qualify for Pupil Premium.

Provision

At Hepworth we run 1 to 1 and small group interventions to support pupils. These groups support pupils with their learning and emotional wellbeing. The 1 to 1 support targets learning in small bursts to help plug gaps in learning. Group learning focusses on phonics and spelling, maths or reading. Each week social skills groups meet to help build friendships and to have time to discuss any home or school issues.

Hepworth pupil premium money also provides enrichment activities such as sports and drama.

 

Pupil Premium Allocation Statement 2018/19

Budget allocation : £6,040 (September 2018 to August 2019) 

Funding received from 2018/19 budget: *£4,940 x 7/12 = £2,882      (Sept 18 - Mar 19 (*Deprivation Ever 6 £2,640 & Post LAC Adopted £2,300))

Funding received from 2019/20 budget: **£7,580 x 5/12 = £3,158     (Apr 19 - Aug 19 (**Deprivation Ever 6 £5,280 & Post LAC Adopted £2,300))

Number of pupils supported: 5

How PP money

is spent

Costs Actions Impact

ETA hours - one to one support in reading, writing & maths

ETA hours to provide emotional & social skills support

£6,040

Small group and 1 to 1 support to ensure PP pupils make at least as good progress as other children.

Access to an emotional support group each week to be able to talk about feelings & issues.

1 pupil achieved their reading Early learning goal.

1 pupil made good progress and is now exceeding at reading.

1 pupil has made progress and is working just below the expected level.

They have all had access to emotional support from an ETA all year which has seen a significant improvement in one pupil's behaviour.

Pupil Premium Allocation Statement 2019/20

Budget allocation: £6,521 (September 2019 to August 2020) 

Funding received from 2019/20 budget: *£7,580 x 7/12 = £4,423    (Sept 19 - Mar 20 (*Deprivation Ever 6 £5,280 & Post LAC Adopted £2,300))

Funding received from 2020/21 budget: *£5,035 x 5/12 = £2,098    (Apr 20 - Aug 20 (*Deprivation Ever 6 £2,690 & Post LAC Adopted £2,345))

Number of pupils supported: 3

How PP money

is spent

Costs Actions Impact

ETA hours - one to one support in reading, writing & maths

ETA hours to provide emotional & social skills support

£6,482

Small group and 1 to 1 support to ensure PP pupils make at least as good progress as other children.

Access to an emotional support group each week to be able to talk about feelings & issues.

One PP child remained in school during lockdown and accessed small group & individual teaching during. They have made significant progress academically, socially & emotionally.

Two children have had support at break & lunchtimes to help them make and play with friends. This has been successful with no exclusions and individual breaktimes.

 

Music Lessons in school with peripatetic music teacher (bought in) - one pupil - Spring Term £39 One pupil to learn to play the guitar. This has given the pupil a valuable hobbie and something to practice. He also is learning to cooperate in a group situation & take turns.

Pupil Premium Allocation Statement 2020/21

Budget allocation: £6,156    (September 2020 to August 2021) 

Funding received from 2020/21 budget: *£5,035 x 7/12 = £2,937    ((Sept 20 - Mar 21) (*Deprivation Ever 6 £2,690 & Post LAC Adopted £2,345))

Funding received from 2021/22 budget *£7,725 x 5/12 = £3,219     ((Apr 21 - Aug 21) (*Deprivation £5,380 & Post LAC Adopted £2,345))

Number of pupils supported: 5

How PP money

is spent

Costs Actions Impact

ETA hours - one to one support in reading, writing & maths

ETA hours to provide emotional & social skills support

ETA support over lunchtimes

£6,137

Small group and 1 to 1 support to ensure PP pupils make at least as good progress as other children.

Access to an emotional support group each week to be able to talk about feelings & issues.

1 to 1 support is there to support play and socialising. This support enables the pupil to take part in lunchtime activities with his peers.

80% of PP pupils made good progress in R, W & M in end of year assessmenst.

Emotional support group has met once a week. This has supported PP pupils through the challenging year. 

Lunchtime support has meant one pupil has been able to access break & lunchtimes with his peers rather separately.

 

 

 

Contribution towards Class visit to Creswell Crags £19 Enables one pupil to access the school trip to Creswell Crags. Can participate in the class topic and work.

Pupil Premium & Covid Recovery Premium Allocation Statement 2021/22

Pupil Premium: Budget allocation : £11,281    (September 2021 to August 2022) 

Funding received from 2021/22 budget: *£7,725 x 7/12 = £4,506    ((Sept 21 - Mar 22) (*Deprivation Ever 6 £5,380 & Post LAC Adopted £2,345))

Funding received from 2022/23 budget *£16,260 x 5/12 = £6,775   ((Apr 22 - Aug 22) (*Deprivation Ever 6 £13,850 & Post LAC Adopted £2,410))

Number of pupils supported: 12

How Pupil Premium money

is spent

Costs Actions Impact

ETA hours - one to one support in reading, writing & maths

ETA hours to provide emotional & social skills support

ETA support over lunchtimes

£10,665

Small group and 1 to 1 support to ensure PP pupils make at least as good progress as other children.

Access to an emotional support group each week to be able to talk about feelings & issues.

1 to 1 support is there to support play and socialising. This support enables the pupil to take part in lunchtime activities with his peers.

Over 90% expected or better progress In R, W & M for PP pupils.

Emotional support has been offered each week.

Two pupils have had support each break & lunchtime so they can play with other pupils.

 

 

 

Contribution towards the Class residential visit to YHA Boggle Hole £485 Enables 4 pupils to access the school residential visit. They have benefitted emotionally & culturally from the trip and from topic work afterwards.
Contribution towards the class visit to Eureka - The Childrens' Museum £45 Enables 2 pupils to access the visit. As above
Contribution towards the class visit to the Manchester Jewish Museum £50 Enables 2 pupils to access the visit. As above
Extra-curricular activities (Football Club & Forest School) £36 Enables 1 pupil to access both clubs for 2 half-terms Positive impact of sport on well-being and socially.
How Covid Recovery Premium money is spent £1,000 ETA support for Class 1 & 2 pupils. They have received support in maths 3 times a week to help understanding and to be able to access the KS1 curriculum.

More confident pupils.

Improved learning & understanding.

       

Pupil Premium & Covid Recovery Premium Allocation Statement 2022-23

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