Heron Cross Primary School
Grove Road, Heron Cross
Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 4LJ

Tel: 01782 233565

Additional Funding

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2014/15

 

 

2014/2015

The Pupil Premium last year was £900 per child.  This year Heron Cross Primary School received £166,400 as Pupil Premium based on 128 pupils at funding of £1,300 per child.

 

The school proposes to allocate the funding as follows:-

 

  • Residential/days visits
  • Extra support for middle attainers and more able attainers  
  • Extra Education Welfare Officer Support
  • Purchase of a mathematics and literacy scheme
  • Purchasing equipment to support pupils with their cooking
  • Music provision through the In Harmony Project
  • Purchase of musical instruments
  • Extra-curricular bought in professional services
  • Purchase of learning resources
  • To fund time for a member of staff to review the impact of the Pupil Premium
  • School counsellor – 1 day per week
  • Transport costs for visits
  • Enrichment activities - educational visits enriching the curriculum experiences, linking learning opportunities and making learning more meaningful.  This includes:  kayaking, rafting, horse riding, junior golf, visits from theatre groups and Forest Schools.
  • Nurture/Special Educational Needs

 

(Intervention/Booster sessions-2 staff x 6 sessions weekly during term time) – this is not funded by the Pupil Premium

 

 

PUPIL PREMIUM RECEIVED £162083.00

 

Extra Booster sessions were given to children at no charge to the school.

 

 
EXPENDITURE  
IN HOUSE THEATRES £1191
EDUCATION WELFARE EXTRA DAY £6800
MATHS AND LITERACY SCHEME £12266
COOKING EQUIPMENT £5000
IN HARMONY MUSIC SUPPORT £3000
EXTRA BOUGHT IN PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT £12500
PURCHASE OF LEARNING RESOURCES £47193
PUPIL PREMIUM EXTRA SUPPORT  £17920
PUPIL COUNSELLING  £7023
TRANSPORT FOR DAY/RESIDENTIAL TRIPS £7380
ENRICHMENT (BURWARDSLEY/CONWAY ETC) £20436
NURTURE/SEN TEACHING STAFF £45200
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS £4000
   
TOTAL SPENT £174309.00
   
   

 

Assessment Data

Year 6 2014 / 2015  Cohort No of 35 pupils

37 % Pupil Premium  (13 pupils)

Comparative Class v Pupil Premium

Class KS1 Average 14.3
Pupil Premium KS1 Average: 14.9
Class KS2 Average 28.8
Pupil Premium KS2 Average 30.6
Class Point Increase 14.5
Pupil Premium Increase 15.6
Value Added Class 2.5
Values Added Pupil Premium 2.7

% REACHING LEVEL 4 / 5

READING 4+ 85%    5+ 69%

WRITING 4+ 77%    5+ 46%

MATHS 4+ 69%    5+ 38%

SPAG 4+ 69%    5+ 46%

 

READING

93% Pupil Premium pupils made expected progress.

60% Pupil Premium pupils made more than expected progress

WRITING

100% Pupil Premium pupils made expected progress.

60% Pupil Premium pupils made more than expected progress

MATHS

93% Pupil Premium pupils made expected progress.

40% Pupil Premium pupils made more than expected progress