In 2018-19 we received Â£23,680 for pupil premium and previously looked after pupils.
Below is a summary of the expenditure.
To read our detailed Pupil premium strategy for 2019-2020 and the impact of previous year’s expenditure please click here:
|Payment of swimming and trips||3445.00|
|Intervention group (including reading and spelling intervention)||8658.58|
|School trip support||136.00|
|Small class size in KS1||1500.00|
|Additional maths teacher KS2||2000.00|
|Small class size in Maths (1:13)||600.00|
|SENCO child and family support||10530.00|
|Lego club (social support)||961.98|
Summary of how pupil premium funding was spent in 2018-2019At St Peter’s school we received Â£38,347 extra pupil premium
|Type of support||Specific area||Amount allocated||Detail|
|Â£13131.60||We used the funding to provide extra LSA hours to support disadvantaged pupils in a variety of ways:
Before school daily interventions 1:1
Daily afternoon 1:1 support for spelling, phonics, reading and maths skills
Intervention group support both inside and outside of main teaching time to target various areas of need. This is for pupils across KS1 and KS2. This year we had a greater number of younger pupils who require this support so more has been spent.
LSAâ€™s trained to provide learning mentor support for pupils with emotional needs.
Extra reading time for PP children who read less at home.
Gifted and talented pupil premium pupils taken to G&T days for writing and maths at local secondary school
1:1 weekly targeted sessions for pupil premium pupils in literacy and maths following careful data analysis by the SENCO.
1:1 Full time support for pupil with severe learning and emotional needs
In addition we have used the funding to support smaller group teaching:
Â·Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Reception & Year 1 small class sizes
Â·Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Additional Maths teacher across KS2
|Extra SENCO support||Â£1455.00||Â·Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Homework club after school to support pupils with completing homework tasks.
Â·Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â SENCO offering support to families
|Enabling access to a rich and varied school experience for all/||Club attendance||Â£4628.32||We offer a place at one paid club per year (in addition to many free clubs in school) We also paid for support for children with behavioural difficulties so they could attend a club|
|Swimming lessonsÂ and Â School trips
|1459.25||We cover the cost of Swimming which is approximately. This is the cost of 16 pupils swimming once a week during the 6 months we swim.Â Â We average about three trips a year with an average cost of about Â£70 per year and support families with these payments.|