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Pupil Premium

The designated person responsible for the leadership of Pupil Premium across the Oakridge Schools Federation is: Miss Michelle Scott, Pupil Premium Leader

 

Pupil premium is additional funding for schools from the government. Pupil premium is provided to help raise the attainment and achievement of disadvantaged children. Please see the following document for details on how this premium has been allocated within our school.

Oakridge Junior School

Pupil Premium Grant

 

Overview of the school

 

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

 

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

Total number of pupils on role

188

217

230

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

Over the last 6 years

61

63

63

Amount of PPG per pupil

 

1,300

1,320

1,320

Total amount of PPG received

79,300

83,160

83,160

 

 

Performance of disadvantaged pupils (eligible for free school meals or in local authority care for at least 6 months)

% of pupils achieving expected progress

2015-2016

2016 - 2017

Reading

100%

 

Writing

 100%

 

Spelling and Grammar (GPS)

100%

 

Maths

100%

 

% of pupils making expected progress in Reading, Writing and Maths

100%

 

 

 

Objectives in spending Pupil Premium Grant

  • To narrow the disadvantage gap by addressing inequalities and raising the attainment of those pupils in low income families
  • For these children to have full access to the curriculum and, where necessary, make accelerated progress to reach national expectations
  • To ensure children make at least expected progress in both English and maths
  • For these children to access extra-curricular opportunities

The School and Governing Body are committed to supporting all pupils and families and recognise that many of these in the catchment area, whilst not necessarily being eligible for free school meals, also suffer financial hardship. We also recognise that many of the opportunities put in place may also have an indirect positive impact on the progress and attainment of other groups.

Impact of Provision

  • Improved attainment at end of Key Stage in English and Maths
  • Improved achievement at end of each year group in English and Maths
  • Children settled in class and ready to learn
  • Behaviour at lunchtime for key children improved and more settled in afternoon sessions
  • Children able to attend clubs which previously were not accessible to them
  • Children looking appropriate in school uniform
  • Children enjoying reading

 

Planned spending of Pupil Premium Grant in 2016 - 2017

Residential and Day Trips

£8,000

Extra-curricular clubs

st

£1,000

Active Start morning club

£10,000

Booster sessions

£5,000

Inclusion Manager dedicated time – Identify needs of children and data analysis plus 1:1 support for vulnerable children

£7,500

3 full time teaching assistants – intervention/support in Precision teaching and Numicon

£29,500

School Uniforms

£1,000

Behaviour Support mentor – Nurture groups and lunchtime support for key children

£5,000

Office hours to provide admin support related to pupil premium

£500

Six I-Pads to support learning

£1,500

 Maths resources – numicon, bar model

  £10,000

 New Reading resources

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