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Brockley Primary School
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Parents - Pupil Premium 2014-15

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Proposed Spend at Brockley Primary School 2014-2015
the pupil premium provides funding for pupils:

Who have been in receipt of free school meals (FSM) at any point in the past 6 years

Who have been continuously looked after for the past six months

For children whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces

Schools are held accountable for the spending of these monies, performance tables will capture the achievement of disadvantaged students covered by the Pupil Premium.
Brockley Primary is committed to providing effective resources and ensuring vital support is in place for our disadvantaged children to improve their academic outcomes.
This document outlines the proposed spend of the pupil Premium 2014-15.
The three key objectives:

To close the attainment gap for FSM pupils in all core subjects.

English: to improve reading and writing skills of all FSM pupils.

Maths: to improve the progress made in maths for all FSM pupils.

To maintain the current teaching profile of Good to Outstanding by supporting all staff and developing fully any NQT appointments.

How this will be achieved:

Teaching assistants are trained to deliver small group and 1:1 intervention. Children are identified using the school’s tracking data and  individual specific needs to be identified using analysis.

For the NQT mentor and SLT to plan and implement a focussed support program to ensure quality teaching for all.

For children to monitor and evaluate their own learning.

Ensure quality feedback-quality marking, self and peer assessment, conferencing with an adult.

Rationale:
Sutton Document:
‘One-to-one tutoring +5 months moderate impact’
‘Small Group tuition +4months moderate impact’
‘Metacognition and self regulation +8 months high impact’
‘For pupils eligible for free school meals (FSM) with lower prior attainment, those who received tuition were more likely to achieve Level 4 at KS2 and to make two levels of progress than those who did  not receive tuition’ (2010).
Evaluation of the Making Good Progress Pilot (2010). DCSF Research Report RR184.
Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) LLP
Success Criteria:
A reduction in the attainment gap of FSM and non-FSM pupils throughout the school  in both English and Maths

To ensure joint working between KS1 and KS2 to ensure continuity and progression of learning skills

Thinking routines embedded

Rationale:
Sutton Document:
‘Metacognition and self regulation +8 months high impact’
‘Peer tutoring/peer-assisted learning, +6 months, High impact for low cost’
‘Collaborative learning + 5 months moderate impact’
Success Criteria:
Monitoring reflects high learner independence, collaboration and quality personal reflection reducing the attainment gap between FSM and non-FSM
To maintain the current teaching profile of Good to Outstanding by developing all new staff and NQT’s skill base.

Triangulation of data regarding each teacher-observations/planning and work scrutinies/ data tracking

Personal development plans/skills audit, observation of peers observing self –using video with peers

Review of teachers using data triangulation at regular intervals throughout the year and re-adjustment of development plans.

Rationale:
Sutton Document
The effects of high-quality teaching are especially significant for pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds: over a school year, these pupils gain 1.5 years’ worth of learning with very effective teachers, compared with 0.5 years with poorly performing teachers. In other words, for poor pupils the difference between a good teacher and a bad teacher is a whole years learning.
Success Criteria
A reduction in the attainment gap of FSM and non-FSM throughout the school in both English and Maths.

A Breakdown of Costs
Schools allocation for 2014-15 is £54,600


Project

Monies Allocated

TA hours (54.50)

29,194

0.55 FSU teacher hours for 2 terms

  5,148

1:1 tuition ( 2 hours for 8 weeks)

     406

Water Coolers

     320

Direct Sales Milk

   1000

Trips to enable access to the wider curriculum

   5000

Play leader

   3064

Maths whizz

   2500

Read Write Inc Staff training- Phonics

   2750

Read Write Inc Training- Spelling

     560

Read write Inc -Resources

     560

This leaves a surplus of £4158 which will be allocated as the year progresses.

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