Balby Central Primary School

Pupil Premium Grant expenditure: Reports 2012/13 Overview of the School – Balby Central Primary School Total number of pupils on roll Autumn Census 2012 394 Total Number of pupils eligible for PPG 163 Amount of PPG received per pupil £600.00 Total amount of PPG received April 2012 to March 2013 £97,800
Nature of support
The distribution of funding to support our pupils falls into three categories which will be reported separately • Raising Achievement • Increasing Participation and Improving Access • Pastoral Care

Raising Achievement
Descriptor Redeployment of Deputy Head teacher for increased SEN support , Teaching and Learning Manager, Inclusion and Welfare Manager Cost 3 days teacher time to cover DH- (SH) teaching commitment £22,733 Opportunity Monitoring effectiveness of staff and progress of pupils. Maximising effectiveness and deployment of SEN support. Behaviour improvement Increased engagement and access to curriculum for identified pupils Additional support targeted support for low achieving children Increased engagement and access to curriculum Wider learning opportunities and extended participation including out of Evaluation Data analysis of whole school results. Specific analysis of FSM SEN&D

Maintain Teaching £34, 280 Assistant staffing levels for targeted support Learning support Assistant (hours above statement hours) £12,450.00

Data analysis of whole school results.

Data analysis of whole school results.

Investment ICT Learn pads Education City Computers suite upgrade
Pupil Premium Report 2012/13

£8,947.00 £374.00 £4,793.00

Increased confidence and progress in ICT Assessment of skills

Cornerstone’s Curriculum

£5,000

EMTAS support

£5,500.00

hours access to ICT resources Enrichment and engagement increased participation Additional support for EAL children including those identified as FSM Opportunity All students on FSM received targeted support to reduce costs All students on FSM received targeted support to reduce costs All students on FSM received targeted support to reduce costs Opportunity To promote and monitor attendance and lateness – targeting FSM and persistent offenders Additional Welfare Support for families to improve access to and engagement with, education. Supporting Deputy with welfare/child protection

Data analysis of whole school results.

Integration of children. Attainment of identified pupils. Data Analysis Evaluation All children on FSM will be able to participate in a residential visit to London

Increasing Participation and improving Access
Descriptor Year 5 residential to London Cost £800.00

Year 6 residential to Edale outdoor pursuit centre Year 4 Residential to Austerfield Study centre Pastoral care Descriptor Recruitment of Attendance Officer

£900.00

All children on FSM will be able to participate in a residential visit to Edale All children on FSM will be able to participate in a residential visit to Austerfield Study Centre Evaluation Consistent Attendance % of FSM and reduced lateness.

£300.00

Cost £6,606

Additional hours of Welfare Mentor

£2,636

Increased scrutiny and accountability for child protection/welfare and support of families and safeguarding

Commentary The actual cost of the spending plan exceeds the allocation with the total cost being £105,319. FSM children predominantly benefit from initiatives implemented by the addition of the Pupil Premium. The total cost of the spending plan for the financial year 2012/13 cuts across two academic years so the impact of the strategy will be evaluated in year two through the scrutiny and analysis of results.
Pupil Premium Report 2012/13

£105,319

Pupil Premium Report 2012/13

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