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 2013/2014

Measuring the impact of PPG spending- The School will measure the impact of interventions by:

  • Tracking the progress of students on a 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.

Allocation for 2013-14 – £174,383

StrategyCost £Predicted Impact Outcome
Every Child a Reader– UPS teacher (0.6)

Y2/Y1 Intensive ‘catch –up’ individual reading programme with parental involvement and regular review with class teacher

SENCo time to manage this (2 days per term)
27,499.00








666.00
8 children to complete the programme

All to make faster progress than the national average for the duration of the programme.

4 children to make 4 points progress in reading 8 to maintain rate of progress after the programme is completed
9 PPG Children took part in Y2, 5 Children made 7+ AVPS progress, 8 children made 5+ AVPS progress, 9 children made 4+ AVPS progress.
Every Child Counts– UPS teacher (0.6)

Y1/Y2 Intensive ‘catch-up’ individual mathematics programme - parental involvement and regular review with class staff (Absence - Maths intervention funded)

SENCo time to manage programme (6 days)
27,211.00


666.00
8 children to complete the programme

All to make faster progress than the national average for the duration of the programme

4 children to make 4 points progress in Maths, 8 to maintain the rate of progress after programme
6 PPG Children in Y2 took part 3 children made 7+ AVPS progress, 5 children made 5+ AVPS progress, 6 child made 4 AVPS progress. 7 PPG children in Y1 took part 2 Children made 5+ AVPS, 7 children made 3+ AVPS
WAVE 3 Specialist Teaching AssistantSupport

SENCo time to manage the programme(6 days)
18,596.00


666.00
10 children to be supported individually daily, 3 children with SEN+ to make 4 points, 7 children with SEN+ to make 3 points progress in R & W10 SEN+ PPG children, READING: 1 child 7+ AVPS progress, 3 children 5+ AVPS Progress, 6 children 4+ AVPS progress, 8 children 3+ AVPS. WRITING: child 7+ AVPS progress, 3 children 5+ AVPS progress, 4 Children made 4+ AVPS progress, 8 Children made 3+ AVPS progress.
SEBDS support for disaffected pupils7,162.00All UKS2 pupils motivated and accessing full curriculum

5 Boys with SEN make 3 points progress in R,W,M
5 PPG Boys SEBD MATHS:3 children made 5+ AVPS progress, 4 Children made 4+ AVPS progress, 5 children made 3+ AVPS progress. READING: 5 children made 5+ AVPS Progress.WRITING: 2 children made 5+ AVPS Progress, 5 children made 3+ AVPS Progress.
Y6 1:1/Group lessonsY6 HLTA full time

And Saturday booster classes
22,898.0020 Children -100% of targeted children to make 2 levels of progress, 50% of targeted children to make over 2 levels of progress from KS1 to KS2MATHS: 11 PPG children made 3L+ progress, all PPG children made 2L+ progress READING: 17 PPG children made 3L+ progress, all PPG children made 2L+ progress, WRITING: 13 PPG children made 3L+ progress, all PPG children made 2L+ progress
Nurture groupforReception Class/ Key Stage 1

Provision delivered within class re SEAL groups and 1:1Cost of SENCo time to manage the programme
24,637.00


666.00
8 R Children to access additional provision – PSE scores to increase by 2 stages in 2 terms7 children from Y1 to remain in nurture group in 2013/2014 until PSE assessments are at NNAll Reception children made at least 2 stages progress but 7 not yet at NN – on SEND register at Range 2/3

4 Y1 children exited NG functioning at NN, 3 children escalated to 1:1/2:1 support within class and BESD LA involvement – Range 3
Experienced New to English teacher for children with limited fluency in English, to work closely alongside staff to ensure continuity of provision in class between weekly sessions with her.5,472.0016 children to continue in 2013/2014 ( 1 child 1:1 home tutoring)

7 children to progress 3 sub levels or more in reading.

6 children to progress 3 sub levels or more in writing.

16 children to progress 2 sub level or more in reading and writing
1 child exited Home tutoring to resourced school, all other 15 children made at least 2 sub levels progress
Outdoor Education- Nurture Provision

KS2: Outdoor learning projects –R,W & M and social skills development, HLTA - 10 hrs per week

FS/Y1: Cover Supervisor - Full time



6080.00



14,265.00
7 children to progress 3 sub levels in R,W& M, 1 child (SEN+) - 1 sub level All - PSE and S&L skills to improve by 1 level

14 children to progress 2 stages in R,W & M, 1 child (SEN+)-1 stage All - PSE and S&L skills to improve by 4 point scores
All made targeted progress except 2 children – escalated to range 3/4 BESD
Speech, Communication and Language TherapistFortnightly sessions. Action plan to maximise impact & continuity of provision between sessions.4,750.009 children to review in Autumn term 2013/2014

5 children to continue 2013/2014, R children to assess

All children involved - S&L Assessments to improve by 1 level in 2 terms
16/ 19 children assessed and supported made required progress, 3 Range 3/4 children continue to receive support
Reflex Therapy Daily exercises to overcome younger age reflexes - concentration /acquisition motor skills.5000.0010 children to progress 3 sub levels in R,W and M

3 children (SEN+ or statement) to progress 2 sub levels in R,W,M
Under funded -funding increased to £5K from carry forward– 100 children assessed and 70 on programmes, 17 children on enhanced programmes – staff, parent/ pupil feedback re concentration improvements, accelerated progress made
Educational Psychologist Additional time for assessment/support in adapting personalised provision2000.005 children have comprehensive assessment and access support required – progress 2 AVPS more than previous year.Statements submitted for two pupils, LSS/BESD referrals for 7 children
Access to Optician and Spectacles Optician visits and purchase of additional glasses for school work750.0030 children enabled to read better – all make 3/4 points progress in R except those with significant needs - SEN+/statement- 1 point45 children provided with prescription glasses and a second pair of glasses for school use.
Educational Visit Contribution School to subsidise or pay for cost of educational visits related to curriculum4000.00All PPG children broaden their horizons and extend vocabulary and experience - + 1 point R,W over 2 yearsEach year groups access a range of appropriate educational experiences
Individual Instrumental/Voice Tuition5,000.008 pupils pass national exams at Grade 1Orchestra successfully provided accompaniment for songs at school events throughout the year. 2 pupils passed, one with merit and one with distinction.
TOTAL£174,984