CEO – Exceed Academies Trust: Mr. Duncan Jacques
Headteacher: Mrs Salma Rahman
Horton Park Primary School, Dawnay Road,
Canterbury, Bradford, BD5 9LQ

Pupil Premium Grant Allocated Expenditure and Predicted Impact 2017 – 2018

Pupil Premium Allocation: 2017 - 2018
Total number of pupils on roll420
Number of pupils eligible for PPG218
% of pupils eligible for PPG52%
Amount of PPG per pupil£1,320
Total amount of PPG recieved£287, 760

Pupil Premium Grant – Our Vision

The Pupil Premium Grant is government money designed to help disadvantaged children and young people do well at school. The funding is allocated to schools for children from Reception to Year 11 who have registered for free school meals in the last six years, are in care of the local authority (Looked After) or have parents in the Armed Forces.  We aim to ensure we spend our additional Pupil Premium Grant on things that work and are effective in making a positive difference to our disadvantaged children, helping to combat their many barriers to learning and close any gaps in achievement so they do just as well as the other children.

Identifying and Addressing Barriers – We identify and address barriers to learning faced by individual pupils through:

  • Admission meetings with members of the senior leadership team to identify needs and possible barriers;
  • Everyday teaching practice, trawling records etc.
  • Discussions with pupils;
  • Parents and agencies involved;
  • Rigorous regular tracking of pupil attainment and progress, especially in our dedicated, solution-focused “narrowing the gap” progress meetings in which all disadvantaged children (including higher ability PP children) are discussed in detail with senior leaders, including our Inclusion Manager, the effectiveness of strategies to overcome their barriers to learning evaluated and reviewed, and a new tailored programme put in place.

Impact Measures – The School will measure the impact of interventions by:

  • Tracking the progress of students on a half termly basis;
  • Measuring the success of students at the end of each key stage, particularly key stage 2, against national measures;
  • Monitoring the support of students accessing additional need and pastoral support and reviewing provision half-termly;
  • Feedback from the additional outside agencies we buy in such as our professional Educational Psychologist (counselling), and from staff about the positive difference these services are making;
  • Directly comparing the quality of work and progress in their books to that of the other children in the class;
  • Analysis of other relevant key indicators such as attendance, punctuality, behaviour;
  • Discussions with pupils;
  • Parents and agencies involved.

IT MUST BE NOTED THAT MEETING NEEDS OF THE MOST VULNERABLE ENABLES THE EDUCATION OF ALL PUPILS

Barriers to Success – The main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at the school are:

  • Pupil Premium pupils often have a very low starting point on entry to school;
  • Low language levels – 60% of our pupils have language and communication delay or difficulties when they arrive in Reception. This requires intense speech and language therapy and often leads to issues with reading and writing;
  • Safeguarding and welfare issues, sometimes with social services involvement;
  • Socio-economic disadvantages e.g. poverty and deprivation;
  • Trauma and other mental health issues in the family and/ or child including loss and bereavement of loved ones;
  • Family issues such as domestic violence, single parenthood, worklessness etc.
  • Housing issues – overcrowding, housing conditions etc.
  • Poor health and diet e.g. high level of medical needs (dental, sight, poor health conditions etc.);
  • Special educational needs and disabilities;
  • Lack of life experience and lack of support/ ability to support at home. Many do not have positive role models and, as a result, aspirations are low.

Pupil Premium Grant Allocation and Strategies 2017 – 2018

StrategyEstimated Annual 17/18 ExpenditurePredicted Impact
Every Child a Reader/Writer - Specialist UPS teacher (0.6)
Y2/Y1 Intensive 'catch -up' individual reading programme with parental involvement and regular reviews with class teacher

SENDCo time to manage this (3 days per term)
22,969





1,080

12 children to complete the programme
All to make faster progress than the national average for the duration of the programme.
8 children to make 8 steps progress in reading, 4 children to make 6 steps progress. At least 8 to maintain rate of progress after the programme is completed.
Strategies cascaded to teaching staff - consistency in approaches
Outcomes - Update July 2018:
WAVE 3 Specialist Teaching Assistant Support (0.6)

SENDCo time to manage the programme (3 days per term)
9,126


1,080
25 children to be supported individually (minimum 2 sessions/wk)
10 children with Range 3+ to make 5 points progress in R and W
15 children (including children with EHCPs) with Range 3+ to make 4 points progress in R and W
Outcomes
SEBDS support for disaffected pupils
1:1 Support, liaison with BESD service, TAC/CP and statementing processes

7 X FT Teaching Assistants 1:1 (LN, DD, MT, CG, RBi, SA, CC) Plus 1 X PT TA (DW)

.25 CLM (CP/ TAC Processes)
.25 SENDco Support



90,000



9,601
9,891
All KS2 pupils motivated and accessing full curriculum
5 Boys with SEND make 6 points progress in R,W,M
Outcomes
Y6 1:1/Group lessons Y6 HLTA full time (including before and after school)

8 x Saturday booster classes
22,898


1,000
20 Children to be allocated time-100% of targeted children to make the equivalent of 2 levels of progress from KS1 to KS2
85% of targeted children make over 2 levels of progress KS1 to KS2 (equivalent)
Outcomes
Assistant Headteacher Y6/ 5 Group Lessons (0.5) - Daily lessons24,59085% of targeted Pupil Premium children make over 2 levels of progress KS1 to KS2 (equivalent) and reach 'exceeding' in core subject areas
Pupil Premium children make atleast good progress, which can be seen in their learning behaviours and class books.
Outcomes
Minibuses
Lease of 2 x Minibuses to transport children to Swimming and extra curriculur activities
15,960Providing access for pupils to their community and learning provisions further afield. Enabling enrichment through access to curriculum activities offsite including day visits, sporting events and residential trips.
Outcomes
Experienced New to English teacher (Part Time) for children with limited fluency in English
NTE teacher to work closely alongside staff to ensure continuity of provision in class between and rapid progress in Reading and Writing
Interpreters for NTE Children
5,059






5,543
5 children to continue in 2017/2018
7 children to progress 6 points or more in Reading.
6 children to progress 5 points or more in Writing.
16 children to progress 4 points or more in Reading
16 children to progress 4 points or more in Writing

Dedicated time every day to work with our New to English children, the majority of whom are disadvantaged
Outcomes
Nurture Provision

2 x Learning Mentors:
1 X 50% time spent Mentoring
1 x 50% time Outdoor Education
1 X 100% time Mentoring


1 x Teaching Assistant - Full time

38,113





17,114
Emotional needs and pastoral support for pupils; enabling pupils the basic skills and resources to access learning and make rapid progress
7 children to progress 4 points in R,W and M
1 child (Range 3+) to progress 4 points in R,W,M
All - PSE and S&L skills to improve by 4 point scores
14 children to progress 4+ points in R,W and M
1 child (Range 3+) to progress 2+ points in R,W,M
All - PSE and S&L skills to improve by 4 point scores
6 children make accelerated progress - + 2 points on prediction
Outcomes
Speech, Communication and Language Therapist employed for fortnightly sessions. Action plan to maximise impact. SALT to & class staff ensure continuity of provision between sessions.5,500Approx 19 pupils throughout the year (13 chn at any one time)
R children to assess, CPD to be provided to staff
For all children involved - S&L assessments to improve by 1 level in 2 terms
Outcomes
Educational Psychologist - Assessments and support in adapting personalised provision for those with most needs7,91015 sessions (45hrs)
5-7 children have comprehensive assessment and access support required - progress 4 points more than previous year.
Outcomes
Shakespeare in schools (Y5) - Experience and Enrichment
Shakespeare in Schools - BD5 Literacy Festival, Actor in residence (Y5 and whole school)
6,000Shakespeare in School - Yr 5 pupils experience Shakespeare plays that exists to instil curiosity and empathy, aspiration and self-esteem, literacy and teamwork. Also develops performance skills
Pupils across school experience a range of creative media to enhance the literacy curriculum.
Outcomes
Educational Visit Contribution
School to subsidise or pay for cost of educational visits integrated into the curriculum
15,000All Pupil Premium children broaden their horizons and extend vocabulary and experience including residentials from Y3 to Y6.
Outcomes
Chess in Schools
Improve children's educational outcomes and foster their social development by introducing them to the game of chess
2000

500 (overnight stay)
A carefully selected group of children, many of whom are pupil premium benefit from:
- Promotion of key intellectual skills such as problem solving, logical thinking, pattern recognition and concentration
- Understanding how to lose and how to win gracefully, to think ahead and foresee the consequences of their actions
Participation in annual Chess in Schools conference in London, competing with chess masters nationally (overnight stay)
Outcomes
Uniform Assistance Eligible parents provided with a £26 clothing voucher. 3,000Children to wear correct uniform to school
Outcomes
Breakfast Club
(Food sponsored by Greggs)
Manager time
Mentor time
TA time
Kitchen assistant

6,353
1,714
1,387
890
40 children have improved health and well -being - impacting on results + 1 point on predictions
Outcomes
TOTAL£324,278**** £36,518 additional spending to allocation

Pupil Premium Allocation 2017-2018 (September 2017)

 Total number of pupilsNumber and % of PP PupilsNumber and % of Non-PP Pupils
Whole School420203 / 48.3%217 / 51.7%
Reception6118 / 29.5%43 / 70.5%
RA307 / 23.3%23 / 76.7%
RB3111 / 35.5%20 / 64.5%
Year One5921 / 35.6%38 / 64.4%
1A3013 / 43.3%17 / 56.7%
1B298 / 27.6%21 / 72.4%
Year Two6327 / 42.9%36 / 57.1%
2A3214 / 43.8%18 / 56.2%
2B3113 / 41.9%18 / 58.1%
Year Three6236 / 58%26 / 42%
3A3113 / 41.9%18 / 58.1%
3B3123 / 74.2%8 / 25.8%
Year Four6133 / 54.1%28 / 45.9%
4A3120 / 64.5%11 / 35.5%
4B3013 / 43.3%17 / 56.7%
Year Five5834 / 58.6%24 / 41.4%
5A3018 / 60%12 / 40%
5B2816 / 57.1%12 / 42.9%
Year Six5634 / 60.7%22 / 39.3%
6A2917 / 58.6%12 / 41.4%
6B2717 / 62.9%10 / 37.1%

Assessment Information 2016 – 2017 (Unvalidated)

End of Early Years: % GLD
National71
All62
Pupil Premium52
Non Pupil Premium67
Year One Phonics
National81
All81
Pupil Premium89
Non Pupil Premium78
Year Two Phonics
National58
All45
Pupil Premium82
Non Pupil Premium92
End of Key Stage One: Reading
National76
All80
Pupil Premium71
Non Pupil Premium89
End of Key Stage One: Writing
National68
All80
Pupil Premium75
Non Pupil Premium85
End of Key Stage One: Maths
National75
All86
Pupil Premium82
Non Pupil Premium89
End of Key Stage One: R/W/M Combined
National 64
All78
Pupil Premium71
Non Pupil Premium85
End of Key Stage Two: Reading
National71
All97
Pupil Premium97
Non Pupil Premium95
End of Key Stage Two: Writing
National76
All93
Pupil Premium89
Non Pupil Premium95
End of Key Stage Two: Maths
National75
All95
Pupil Premium95
Non Pupil Premium91
End of Key Stage Two: R / W / M Combined
National61
All93
Pupil Premium89
Non Pupil Premium91
End of Key Stage Two: GPS
National77
All98
Pupil Premium97
Non Pupil Premium95

Pupil Premium 2016 – 2017
Pupil Premium 2015 – 2016
Pupil Premium 2014 – 2015
Pupil Premium 2013 – 2014
Pupil Premium 2012 – 2013