Bedale Church Of England Primary School

Learning and Caring Together

Firby Road, Bedale, North Yorkshire, DL8 2AT

01677 422 401

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Pupil Premium

Accountability

The government believes that head teachers and school leaders should decide how to use the pupil premium money within their own schools and are then held accountable for the decisions they make through:

- the performance tables which show the performance of disadvantaged pupils compared with their peers

- the Ofsted inspection framework, under which inspectors focus on the attainment of pupil groups, and in particular those who attract the pupil premium

- the reports for parents that schools have to publish online

Please see below how Bedale C of E Primary school has used pupil premium money and the impact it had on these children.

 NB: Some figures may not tally with the ‘Financial Year’ table due to pupil mobility during the year.  Also, please note that the data shown for Key Stage 1 pupils does not use the same starting point as the nationally recognised APS scale.  Therefore, please contact the school if you require further clarification.

Pupil premium money is funding which targets funds to the benefit of pupils from low income families (those children who are eligible for free school meals).  For this year pupils who have been eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years are also included in the allocation (Ever-6 measure).

 

Pupils who are look after (in care/fostered) for more than 6 months and children from service families are also included.

 

In the 2018-19 financial year,  Bedale Primary School received Pupil Premium Funding of £71,613 as follows:

Per Child 2017/18 (April Financial Year) 2018/19 (April Financial Year)
Free School Meals  
£1,320                   

£58,080   

£51,480                

 Looked After

£1,900

£7,600
£7,533

 Service Child

£300

£13,200 £12,600

 

Barriers and issues addressed in school using Pupil Premium funding  (2018-19)

In order to allocate money in the most suitable way, the school looked at the specific needs of the children receiving PP and set objectives to match - these are addressed in our pupil premium spending evaluations.

 

- Attendance of a small group of FSM pupils in Key Stage 2 is less than 90%. Their attendance has had a detrimental effect on their academic progress. Therefore, the attendance is being closely monitored by the PP champion and is now included in the SIP. Five of the nine FSM children in Year 6 have an attendance lower than 96%. Two having an attendance lower than 90%. This year group have had a specific monitoring and reward structure put in place.

- The school have identified individuals with specific needs who require support so they can access the curriculum. Members of staff have been allocated a specific PP child to support.

- Some pupils who are new to school in Year 1 and Year 2 have had specific gaps in their learning identified by school.

 

 

 

As the result of our effective use of Pupil Premium money, we have been able to support our pupils to achieve well in EYFS, Y1 phonics screening and KS1 and KS2 assessments.

You can see more about our assessment results over recent years below:

Summer 2018 Outcome Summary

 

EYFS

Our School FSM children

National average 2017

Good level of development

67%

71%

 

Our School FSM children

National average 2017

Y1 phonics screening

67%

 81%

 

KS1 SATS

Our School FSM children achieving expected standard

Expected standard - National average 2017

Reading

80%

76%

Writing 

80%

68%

Maths

80%

75%

Combined

80%

64%

Science

80%

83%

 

KS2 SATS

Our School FSM children achieving expected standard

Expected standard - National average 2018

Reading

67%

75%

GPS

78%

78%

Writing 

78%

78%

Maths

67%

76%

Combined

56%

61%

Science

89%

 

 

More able pupils - Y2 SATS

FSM pupils working at greater depth

National 2017

Reading 

20%

25%

Writing

20%

16%

Maths

40%

21%

Combined

20%

11%

 

More able pupils - Y6 SATS

FSM pupils working at greater depth

National 2017 

Reading 

33%

25%

GPS

33%

31%

Writing

44%

18%

Maths

22%

23%

Combined

22%

9%

 

 Note: Where national data not yet available for 2018 results, 2017 data has been shown.

Summer 2017 Outcome Summary

 

EYFS Our School FSM children National average
Good level of development 80% 71%

 

Our School FSM children National average
Y1 phonics screening 100%

 81%

 

KS1 SATS Our School FSM children achieving expected standard Expected standard - National average
Reading 100% 76%
Writing  100% 68%
Maths 100% 75%
Combined 100% 64%
Science 100% 83%

 

KS2 SATS Our School FSM children achieving expected standard Expected standard - National average
Reading 88% 71%
GPS 75% 77%
Writing  88% 76%
Maths 75% 75%
Combined 75% 61%
Science 88% 82%

 

More able pupils - Y2 SATS FSM pupils working at greater depth National 
Reading  13% 25%
Writing 25% 21%
Maths 25% 16%
Combined 13% 11%

 

More able pupils - Y6 SATS FSM pupils working at greater depth National 
Reading  25% 25%
GPS 13% 31%
Writing 25% 18%
Maths 0% 23%
Combined 0% 9%

 

Summary of KS2 outcomes 2016

  • Our high prior attainment disadvantaged pupils in reading are in the top 4% nationally for progress.
  • Our middle prior attaining disadvantaged pupils are in the top 1% for progress nationally for writing, while our high prior attainment pupils are in the top 13% of pupils nationally for their progress in writing.
  • Our low prior attainment disadvantaged pupils are in the top 14% of pupils nationally for progress in maths, while our middle prior attainment disadvantaged pupils are in the top 3% nationally for their progress in maths.

Barriers and issues to be addressed in school using Pupil Premium funding (2016-17)

In order to allocate money in the most suitable way, the school looked at the specific needs of the children receiving PP and set objectives to match - these are addressed in our pupil premium spending evaluations.

Oral language skills of CLA pupils are lower than other pupils on entry (Years 1, 2 and 4). This slows progress in subsequent years.

Behaviour issues for small group of FSM pupils in Year 6 (writing and maths) this has had a detrimental effect on their academic progress.

Above average mobility within year group, a number of FSM pupils in Year 5 new to Bedale primary – this has had a detrimental effect on their academic progress (maths).

Attendance of one FSM pupil in Year 5 (reading and writing) significantly below average, attendance 80.5%.

Attendance of a small group of FSM pupils in Year 4 (reading, writing and maths) this has had a detrimental effect on their academic progress. Attendance of two pupils 88.2% and 91.6%, both below the school average.

Attendance of one FSM pupil in Year 3 (writing and maths) significantly below average, attendance 86.6%.

Behaviour issues for one pupil on FSM in Year 3 (writing and maths) this has had detrimental effect on their academic progress.

Average FSM pupil in Year 2 making less progress than others across KS1 (reading and writing).

Pupil Premium Spending Details and Impact Evaluations


Summer 2018 PP Summary

End of Spring Term 2017 PP evaluation

2016-17 impact - EYFS & KS1

2016-17 impact - Y3 Y4

2016-17 impact - Y5 & Y6

Service Premium

We have applied for the AFF Excellence for Forces Families (Service Premium) Award 2015. Read our supporting statements by clicking the image below: