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All of our Class Teachers have preparation time for lessons (PPA) together as a year group.

The classes in each year group work very closely together, sometimes working in ability groups for particular subjects.

Year groups also go on school trips and are offered clubs together to keep consistency.

Pupil Premium Allocation and Impact

 

What is the Pupil Premium?

 

The pupil premium is funding allocated to schools for the specific purpose of:

 

  • raising attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities to reach their potential
  • supporting children and young people with parents in the regular armed forces

The eligibility for receiving pupil premium funding in the academic year 2017 – 2018 is set out below:

  • pupils in year groups reception to year 6 recorded as being in receipt of free school meals in the last 6 years
  • looked-after children (LAC) defined in the Children Act 1989 as one who is in the care of, or provided with accommodation by, an English local authority
  • children who have ceased to be looked after by a local authority in England and Wales because of adoption, a special guardianship order, a child arrangements order or a residence order
  • pupils in year groups reception to year 6 recorded as a Service Child in the last 6 years or in receipt of a child pension from the Ministry of Defence

 

Why has Pupil Premium Funding been Introduced?

 

The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) and the other pupils in their cohorts by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most. Whilst schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium as they see fit, we are required to publish online information about how we have used the Premium and the impact it is having.

 

Objectives

 

The Pupil Premium will be used to:

 

  • provide additional support to improve progress and to raise standards of achievement
  • narrow and close the gap between the achievement of the eligible pupils and their peers
  • address underlying inequalities between eligible pupils and others 

Strategies

  • The headteacher in consultation with governors and staff will decide how the Pupil Premium is spent
  • The school will assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils
  • The school is accountable for how it has used the additional funding
  • Class teachers and the Senior Management Team will monitor, evaluate and review the impact of interventions provided
  • The Senior Leadership Team will report to the governing body on how effective the interventions have been and the attainment and progress of pupils covered by the Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Allocation 2017 – 2018

For the financial year 2017 – 2018 Osmaston Primary School receives £409,680 of Pupil Premium funding.

306 pupils x £1,320 = £403,920

0 x LAC @ £1,900 = £0

18 EY pupils @ £320 (TBC) = £5,760

Total - £409,680

 

The percentage of our pupils known to be eligible for free school meals over time is 59.3%.

(The national average is 26.0%)

 

During 2016 – 2017 Osmaston Primary School identified the following main foci for the Pupil Premium Funding:

 

  • Attainment and progress, especially narrowing the gap between peers in school and all pupils nationally
  • Enriching the experiences of disadvantaged and vulnerable pupils
  • Attendance

During 2016 – 2017 Osmaston Primary School used the Pupil Premium Funding in the following ways:

Focus

Work Undertaken

Year Groups

Total Cost

Teaching and Learning

 

Inclusion and Special Educational Needs Leader (3 days per week non-class based)

-        Organising and overseeing support for disadvantaged pupils and support for pupils with SEND and /or EAL

-        responsibility for coaching and working alongside identified staff to support the above pupils

-        responsibility for training TAs to support the above pupils

FS2 – Year 6

£36,831

Teaching and Learning

Deputy Headteacher (Curriculum) (2.5 days per week non-class based)

-        support for identified teachers in delivery of Quality First Teaching and raising profile of outstanding teaching

-        support for delivery of the core subjects

-        delivery of intervention programmes to challenge identified more able pupils

-        quality assurance of curriculum enhancement e.g. trips, visits and extra-curricular clubs

-        quality assurance of the planning for Easter and Summer Holiday Booster Schools

-        quality assurance of the planning for Homework Clubs

FS2 – Year 6

£17,386

Raising Achievement

Deputy Headteacher (Achievement) (2.5 days per week non-class based)

 

Monitoring and evaluation of impact of

Pupil Premium Funding from

-        on-going data analysis

-        moderation of assessments

-        target folder analysis

-        work scrutinies

 

Analysis of effectiveness of interventions for disadvantaged, SEND, EAL and more able pupils from data analysis observations and book scrutinies

 

Quality assurance of the effective outcomes of Easter and Summer Holiday Booster Schools

 

Quality assurance of the effective outcomes of Homework Clubs

FS2 – Year 6

£17,386

Raising Achievement

Focused support for relevant pupils from an additional teacher in identified year groups Summer Term 2016 and academic year 2016 – 2017

Year 3 – Year 6

(to be determined from end of year pupil outcomes)

£37,050

 

Raising Achievement

Focused support from one of the Higher Level Teaching Assistants

-        personalised learning for identified pupils in Reading, Writing and Mathematics

-        delivery of intervention programmes to identified pupils

-        support for delivery of the core subjects

-        provision of additional learning opportunities before and after the school day

Years 2 – Year 6

£4,888

Raising Achievement

Focused support for disadvantaged pupils from Phase Group Level 2 Teaching Assistants

-        personalised learning for identified pupils in Reading, Writing and Mathematics

-        delivery of intervention programmes to identified pupils

-        support for delivery of the core subjects

-        provision of additional learning opportunities before and after the school day

FS2 – Year 6

£122,770

Raising Achievement

Teacher led Easter and Summer Holiday Booster Schools, Homework Booster Clubs and provision of Saturday School Spring Term 2017 to provide additional focused learning opportunities for identified Key Stage 2 pupils.

 

Clubs to offer sporting activities provided by Premier Sports to increase motivation for school and levels of pupil attendance at above clubs as appropriate

Year 5 - 6

£41,633

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£13,107

Nurture/Behaviour/Parental Engagement

Every Child Matters Manager to minimise barriers to learning for vulnerable pupils

FS2 – Year 6

£26,346

Nurture/Behaviour/Parental Engagement

Study Buddy Mentors to support vulnerable pupils and their families

FS2 – Year 6

£13,446

Nurture/Behaviour/Parental Engagement

Named administrator and Study Buddy to work with pupils and their families to raise levels of attendance liaising with external agencies as appropriate

FS2 – Year 6

£8,505

Nurture/Behaviour/

Curriculum Enrichment/Parental Engagement

Chatterbox Breakfast Club

FS2 – Year 6

£14,400

Parental Engagement

Key Stage Leaders to plan and deliver programmes for parents to support learning at home

FS2 – Year 6

£2,262

Curriculum Enrichment

Subsidy of school visits and visitors to promote experiential learning and curriculum enrichment

 

Provision of books and IT equipment to pupils to promote learning and research

 

Rewards and incentives to motivate pupils

FS2 – Year 6

£13,200

 

 

 

 

£37,000

 

 

 

 

£8,850

Professional Development of Staff

Training for TAs on delivery of disadvantaged/SEND/EAL pupils (see above)

 

Training of identified staff to move from RI to good

 

Training of identified staff to move from good to outstanding

 

£2,500

 

 

 

 

£2,000

 

 

£2,000

 

 

 

Total

£421,560

 

 

Osmaston Primary School Sport Premium Allocation 

What is the Sport Premium Funding?

In order to 'Inspire a Generation' after the 2012 London Olympic Games the government pledged £150,000,000 of Sport Premium funding per annum to primary schools. This money was to be used purely on Physical Education (PE) in order to promote healthier lifestyles, raise achievement in PE lessons and to inspire children not yet engaged in PE.

The money, £8000 per school, plus some extra depending on the number of children in the school, was initially for one year but has now been extended for a further 4 years.

How can the Sport Premium be used?

Schools can use it to:

  • employ experts to train staff to have more expertise and confidence delivering PE
  • employ specialist sports coaches to help increase the skill level of staff delivering PE and sport in school
  • support the leadership and management of PE
  • increase the facilities and equipment for PE and sport in school
  • develop extra-curricular sports clubs
  • work in partnership with other schools 
  • enter more competitions

Sport Premium Allocation 2016-2017

Action Steps

Personnel

Timescale

Resources

Monitoring

Success criteria

Increase participation by providing school PE kit for those who do not have their PE kit

TQ/LP/BMK

Autumn 2 2016

PE kits

£500

PE kit reminders

Drop-ins

Most children are participating in PE. Lack of kit is not a reason for non-participation.

 

Mini Leader training for 12 x Year 5 pupils and 12 x Year 2 pupils

Liam Drake, Derby SSP

Autumn 2 2016

 

£150 including mini leader resources.

Provision of mini leaders at lunchtime and playtime.

Mini leaders delivering lunchtime and playtime activities incorporating playground markings.

 

 

PE learning walks to celebrate good practice and identify areas for development.

TQ/EP/SLT/

Premier Sports

Autumn 2016 – Summer 2017

£200

Release time.

Lesson observations. Feedback to individual staff and inform future areas of development/training. QA by SSP/PS/SLT

All year groups to have feedback on quality of T and L in PE and all clear on ways to develop.

Share good practice in staff meetings.

PE lessons across the school should meet required standards.

 

 

Develop teacher skills through whole school training, CPD and coaching specifically in Games and OAA.

TQ/EP/SSP/

PS

Spring 2017 (Games)

Summer 2017

(OAA)

£500 for inset training

Whole school inset sessions in Games and OAA.

Improved provision.

Support for identified staff.

Baseline monitoring of delivery of Games and OAA.

Pupil interviews.

Curriculum maps and planning scrutiny.

 

 

Re-introduce DPA/ Activ8/Five a Day activity

All staff

Autumn 2016 – Summer 2017

£200 for programme

 

Drop-ins

All pupils participate in 5-10 min discrete daily physical activity.

Increased activity in afternoons.

 

 

Increase numbers of children competing in inter-school sports.

TQ/EP

Autumn 2016 – July 2017

Transport, staffing

Budget TBC

Pupil interviews.

Feedback and outcomes from competitions.

Number of children across phase groups attending inter school sports and SSP activities increased.

 

 

 

Facilitate one yearly Year Group intra-school sports event additional to Moorway Sports Day.

TQ/EP/Premier Sports/All staff

Jan 2017 – July 2017

Budget TBC

All staff to give feedback.

Pupil interviews in order to plan for 2017-2018

All pupils to be involved in two intra-school sporting events in a school year.

 

 

Milestones

  • End December 2016 – All children to be taking part in 2 x PE lessons per week (including swimming, Year 3 and 4)
  • July 2017 – All PE lessons across the school to be following approved SSP/PS planning and be consistently good or better.
  • July 2017 – Osmaston Primary School to have taken part in 5 inter-school competitions.

 

 

Financial Implications

 

£1550 as detailed above

 

Budget for transport to inter-school competitions (TBC 21.10.16)

 

Budget for intra-school event at Moorways (TBC)

Sport Premium Allocation 2015 – 2016 

For the academic year 2015 – 2016 Osmaston Primary School will receive £10,105 of the Sport Premium funding.

The following main foci for the Sport Premium funding were identified:

  • the employment of a  Derby City SSP PE specialist to coach and mentor teachers in lessons to increase their subject knowledge and confidence in delivery of PE
  • the employment of additional Premier Sports coaches to run competitions and to increase pupils participation in inter- school competitions 
  • raising the achievement and motivation of pupils during play time and lunchtime by training Year 2 and Year 5 Mini Leaders 
  • developing intra school competitions from FS2 to Year 6 
  • supporting the leadership and management of PE by funding training for one member of staff to access the Level 5 Professional qualification in 'Primary School Physical Education and Subject Leadership'
FocusWork UndertakenYear GroupsTotal Cost
Professional Development

Attainment and Motivation of Pupils
Employment of two external PE specialist provider to deliver focused outdoor learning/physical development opportunities in FS1

One day per week
Early Years Foundation Stage 1 £840
(for 1 term) 
Leadership and Management

Professional Development

Attainment and Motivation of Pupils
SSP Mentoring

Tuesday AM - Y3
Tuesday AM - Y4
LP Level 4/5 Sports Leader Training
Year 3
Year 4
£3,600
Motivation pf Pupils

Participation and Enjoyment

Parent Partnership
Hiring of stadium and track at Moorways Leisure Centre to facilitate intra school competition and Sports Day 2 x morning Early Years Foundation Stage 2 – Year 6 £350
Participation and Enjoyment OHSL – Premier Sports after school provision – sports clubs and intra/inter schools competitions. (Archery, Dodgeball, Handball) Key Stage 1/Key Stage 2 £480 per term

Total £1,440
Participation and Enjoyment Derby County Football Club Lunchtime Gymnastics Club Year 1 8 sessions @ £20 per session Total £160
Professional Development

Attainment and Motivation of Pupils
Derby City SSP Schemes of Work for FS, Key Stage 1 and 2 Games Gymnastics Dance FS-KS2 £900
Participation and Enjoyment

Attainment and Motivation of Pupils
Derby City SSP Mini Leader Training – Year 5

Derby City SSP Model Mini Leader Training – Year 2
Year 2

Year 5
£200
Professional Development

Attainment and Motivation of Pupils
Derby City SSP: Dance 2015 Schemes of work for FS2, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 Early Years Foundation Stage 2 – Key Stage 2 £80
Leadership and Management

Professional Development

Attainment and Motivation of Pupils
Level 5/6 Professional Qualification in Primary School Physical Education and Subject Leadership - 2 Years 1 Friday each half term LP Year 3 Teacher £1,300
    Total so far £7,970
    Left to spend £2,135