Pupil Premium Information November 2016

The Pupil Premium is government funding which is given to schools based on the number of children from families who are eligible for FSM (at any time within the last 6 years), or those who are classified as being ‘looked after’(continuously for more than 6 months) or children of parents in the Forces.

Context
William Davis Primary School has children with a wide variety of needs. Of the total number of children on the school roll (RoL November 2016) 58.3% of our pupils (R-Yr6) qualify for Pupil Premium. The funding is to ensure that children in this group achieve in line with other groups. At William Davis Primary School they do by the end of KS2, so we know that we are using the pupil premium effectively.

Identification and Allocation of support
The school is clear that all children should be enabled to achieve to their full potential.

At William Davis Primary School detailed records are kept of children’s progress and attainment to ensure the progress of all pupils. Pupils needing additional support are identified through regular target setting meetings in phase groups; with the head, deputy and SENCO at Pupil Progress meetings; with other members of staff and external agencies.

2016-17

Pupil Premium allocation for William Davis Primary School in 2016-17 was £156,343. However with adjustments made in July 2016 it is now £146,184.00. This is a reduction of just over £37,000 from the 2015-16 allocation which was £183,441. This was an anticipated adjustment due to losing the “blip class”; in addition there has been a reduction in the number of children and families meeting the criteria for FSM (from 63% to 58%).

This revised total of £146,184.00 includes: £142,560 for R-Y6 children; and £3,624 for Early Years Premium (Nursery).

Pupil Premium funding enables us to do the following. See table below.

 

 

 

Impact of Pupil Premium

Nursery

  • PP children do as well if not better than All children
  • PP children do better than non-PP children

Early Years Foundation Stage Profile outcomes 2016 (EYFSP)

  • Non Pupil Premium children perform better than Pupil Premium children in the school
  • Pupil Premium children perform better than PP children nationally (2015)
  • Pupil Premium children perform just under PP children locally (2016)

Year 1 and 2 Phonics Check 2016

  • Ofsted Data Dashboard Strengths states: The proportion of pupils that met the expected standard in phonics was above the national figure in year 1.
  • Non Pupil Premium children perform better than Pupil premium children in Yr 1.
  • All Yr 1 groups perform better than national
  • Yr 2 Pupil Premium children perform at a similar level to Non-Pupil Premium in school in Yr 2 difference -1%.
  • Yr 2 Pupil Premium children perform better than PP children nationally

KS 1 SATS

ARE + -Age Related Expectations  and above

GD – Greater Depth

  • Ofsted Data Dashboard Strengths states: For KS1 disadvantaged pupils, attainment of at least the expected standard in all subjects for all EYFS development groups was close to or above national figures for other pupils. within one pupil below national.
  • Non Pupil Premium children perform better than Pupil Premium Children in Reading, Writing and Maths at ARE  by 3-5 % ( one child)
  • Non Pupil Premium children perform better than Pupil Premium Children in Reading, Writing and Maths at GD  by 17-25% (three to five children)

KS 2 ARE + 2016

* before disapplication of one child

KS 2  GD 2016

  • Ofsted Data Dashboard- identifies no strengths or weaknesses
  • Pupil Premium Children perform better than School Non-Pupil Premium Children at ARE in Writing and National Pupil premium and National non Pupil Premium
  • Non Pupil Premium children perform better than Pupil Premium children at ARE R, M, SPAG, and combined;
  • Non Pupil Premium children perform better than Pupil Premium children at GD in R, W, M, SPAG, and combined;.

Progress

  • Progress is better for Pupil Premium children than non-Pupil Premium children in school in Writing; and better than national non-Pupil premium for writing

William Davis Primary School’s Vision Statement

Our vision for our children underpins all that we do. As a school community we have thought about the kind of learners  we want our children to be when they leave William Davis:

We want our children to:

  • be confident risk takers, resilient and able to persevere when challenged
  • be passionate, motivated  and enthusiastic learners
  • be creative and inquisitive, able to think outside the box
  • be happy and enjoy learning
  • enjoy physical activity and learn healthy habits
  • be independent thinkers and learners who can reflect and evaluate
  • be socially aware, courteous and empathetic
  • be valuable members of the local and global community who understand current issues
  • be able to take responsibility and act as role models; and to know right from wrong
  • be able to treat each other fairly and respectfully
  • have a voice and are able to articulate ideas clearly
  • know how to work hard and know why they need to work hard
  • achieve the academic standards they need to move on to secondary school
  • be well rounded with high standards and expectations in all aspects of life
  • have high aspirations for education and employment; and to be ambitious for the future

We want our children to be children “who never stop asking questions, who value education and work hard’ (parent July 2015)

Our motto for each and every member of the William Davis school community is ‘To be the best you can be’.

Updated November 2016     Annika Eadie Headteacher