Pupil Premium Allocation and Impact

  • Pupil Premium 2016-17
  • Pupil Premium Spend and Impact 2015-16
  • Pupil Premium Costs and Impact 2014-15
  • Pupil Premium Impact 2014-2015

The Pupil Premium allocation for Lord Blyton Primary School for the Financial Year May 2016-April 2017 is £87 770.00.

Government Guidelines stipulate that this money should be used to try to close the gap in results that exists between the most disadvantaged pupils and those who are not.
We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities the needs of all pupils and appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to the groups known as vulnerable. Pupil Premium was introduced in April 20111 and was allocated to schools for pupils registered as eligible for Free School Meals (FSM).
It is believed that pupil premium is the best way to address the inequalities between FSM children and non- FSM children so funding is used to advantage those pupils who need it most.
At Lord Blyton Primary School some of our children come from homes where parents and carers are facing 3rd generation unemployment. The parents rely on benefits to sustain their families. Parents and children are therefore not aspirational and many do not see the benefits of a good education. Some of our parents are unable to read and we are aware of this. We have developed systems to help them should they require it. They were able to access support from the School Business Manager last year to fill forms in and access support each morning between 8.55 and 9.10 by operating an open door office policy where they could ask for assistance. This year we have employed a Family Support Worker to help address this problem and support families in other ways.
We offer family learning including the REAL project in nursery for parents showing them and giving those ways to help their children.
We opened a nursery provision for 3 year olds in 2014. This has meant that we can identify and work with children and families that need support early through early identification. The REAL project has help to raise parental awareness of ways to support children with literacy skills.
Our two year old funded offer started in September 2014. This is a provision purely for those families that are eligible. This again means we are able to engage with families and children at a very early age. Part of the offer is for parents to work with the setting using BOO Baskets, Baskets of Opportunity. These are resources and toys that the children take home and the parents engage with their children with.
Many of our families are those who work but earn minimum wage so are therefore unable to access benefits. These families are identified and offered support if they need it through the Family Support Worker and office.
We ensure that all our Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 children that are entitled to FSM take the school up on the offer. We then know that all the children have had a warm, nutritious meal during the day. We offer breakfast club to those families who need it free of charge and there is an After School Club, The Hive, for child care where we keep costs as low as possible so that those families that need it can access it. It is £5.00 per session for 2 hours; this also includes a sandwich and snack.
Due to our fantastic reputation for being inclusive our school attracts families whose children have additional needs. Not all of these children are entitled to Pupil Premium but as part of our duty of care we ensure that we are meeting the needs of these children throughout the curriculum.
We are an inclusive, welcoming school and we strive to offer a world class education to all our pupils. We offer quality first teaching which is at least good or better and have excellent assessment procedures in place to identify pupils that may require intervention. Parental partnership is vital and we value this and endeavour to ensure we have positive relationships with all parents and carers.
The table below lists the ways that Lord Blyton Primary School has allocated the Pupil Premium for 2016-2017.
 

Pupil Premium Spend at Lord Blyton Primary School and impact- Year 2016-2017

Allocation for 2016-2017  £87 770.00

Pupil Premium used for:

 

Amount allocated to the intervention and calculations.

Is this a new or continued activity?

Brief summary of the intervention or action including details of year groups and pupils involved and timescales.

Specific intended outcomes. How will this intervention or action improve achievement for pupils eligible for PP? What will it achieve if successful?

How will this activity be monitored? When? Where and by whom?

Actual Impact. What did the activity achieve?

24 000.00

Full time

New

Family Support Worker

All pupils

Support families and pupils in our school.

HT monitoring.

Termly.

Appraisal.

 

£1 500.00

2 hrs per week x 39

Continued

Year 1 additional phonics

Attainment and progress

1 out of 5 children PP

Ensure that pupils given the opportunity to work at age related expectations.

HT monitoring tracking termly.

Class teacher ongoing.

 

£12 000.00

Full time support

New

Support for vulnerable pupils in reception class

Smooth transition into school. Support when the children need it.

HT monitored.

Class teacher

Termly

 

£1 500.00

2 hrs per week x39

Continued

Year 2 Code X reading intervention led by HLTA

Attainment and progress

 

HT monitor termly.

Class teacher termly.

 

£1 500.00

2 hrs per week x 39

Continued

Year 3 Code x reading intervention led by HLTA

Attainment and progress

2 out of 3 children PP

HT monitoring tracking termly.

Class teacher ongoing.

 

£1 500.00

2 hrs per week x 39

Continued

Year 4 Code x reading intervention led by HLTA

Attainment and progress

2 out of 4 PP children

HT monitoring tracking termly.

Class teacher ongoing.

 

£1 500.00

2 hrs per week x 39

Continued

Year 3 phonic intervention led by TA

Attainment and progress

1 out or 2 children PP

Close any gaps in phonic knowledge .

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

 

£2000.00

2 hrs per week

X 39

Continued

Year 4 individual reading intervention led by HLTA comprehension focus

Attainment and progress

4 out of 6 children pp

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

 

£2000.00

2 hrs per week

Continued

Year 5/6 phonic intervention led by DHT

Attainment and progress

Close any gaps in phonic knowledge .

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

 

£2000.00

2hrs per week

Continued

Yr 6 Wolf Hill intervention

By DHT

Attainment and progress

1 of 2 children is PP

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

 

£4000.00

1HR PER WEEK x 20

Continued

Small group booster tuition for yr 6 additional to quality first teaching.

All yr 6 pupils offered this including PP children.

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

 

£3000.00

5 hrs per week

Continued

Additional classroom in year 5 for a group of identified LA children support  5 times 1hr 5 hrs

Attainment and progress

Targeted pupils including 4 pp children in year 4

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

 

£3500.00

5 hrs per week

Continued

Year 4 support for mathematics

5 hrs a week

Attainment and progress

4 out of 6 pupils PP

Identified pupils who require additional support are given sufficient scaffolding to allow them to access the curriculum at the required level.

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

 

£3500.00

5 hrs per week

Continued

Year 4 support for English

5 hrs a week

Attainment and progress

4 out of 6 pupils PP

Identified pupils who require additional support are given sufficient scaffolding to allow them to access the curriculum at the required level.

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

 

£3000.00

Additional time for lit/num assessments

Continued

Buy back service from Education Psychology or PP children to be assessed with literacy/ numeracy skills.

Attainment and progress

PP identified as falling behind have access to EP who will advise the school on strategies to improve progress and attainment.

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

.

£2000.00

Mathletics Licence

Continued

All pupils in school from yr 1 to yr 6. Access to high quality provision of maths.

Attainment and progress

All pupils including PP pupils will have access to high quality maths materials delivered through ICT. These can be accessed through the home and school.

DHT to monitor usage prises given weekly to classes and individual for usage.

 

£3 000.00

Numercon

New

All pupils from nursery to yr 6 to benefit from new, mathematics materials

Attainment and progress

All pupils including PP pupils will have access to high quality reading materials

HT and Co-ordinator.

 

£2000.00

Reading Eggs

Continued

All pupils in school from yr 1 to yr 6. Access to high quality provision of reading materials.

Attainment and progress

All pupils including PP pupils will have access to high quality reading materials delivered through ICT. These can be accessed through the home and school.

HT and  Lit Co-ord  to monitor usage, prises given weekly to classes and individual for usage.

 

£2000.00

Spelladrome

Continued

All pupils in school from yr 1 to yr 6. Access to high quality provision of spelling, grammar and punctuation materials.

Attainment and progress

All pupils including PP pupils will have access to high quality spelling materials delivered through ICT. These can be accessed through the home and school.

HT and  Lit Co-ord  to monitor usage, prises given weekly to classes and individual for usage.

 

£2000.00

 

Continued

Provision of a piece of fruit to KS 2 pupils daily.

Care, Guidance and Support.

All children have access to nutritional snack at break times.

Office Manager to monitor uptake and wastage.

 

£4000.00

Support and guidance

Continued

Additional hours in the office to allow SBM time to work with parents offering advice and support.

Care, Guidance and Support

Parents of PP children requiring support.

Office Manager and HT.

 

£2000.00

Additional lunchtime support

New

Additional 5 hours a week to cover lunchtime allows HT and SBM to monitor behaviour and offer support to vunerable pupils including PP.

Including a First Aider

Care, Guidance and Support

Support children at lunchtime on the playground and with the provision of First Aid.

HT to monitor use of First Aid and quality given.

.

£1500.00

Club opportunity

September-July

Multi skills club at lunchtime targeting specific pupils to modify lunchtime behaviour.

Behaviour and welfare

Yr 4 PP child with specific behaviours.

HT monitor behaviour incidents on a Thursday.

 

£1000.00

SportsDay/Family Event

Continued

July family sports fun day provided by STC.

 

Physical welbeing

All children including pp children and their families.

HT and PE co-ordinator

 

£1000.00

Provision of subsidized holiday club

New for Easter

Week Easter Camp provided by Premier Sports for all children to participate in during designated week in the Easter holidays.

Physical wellbeing

All children including pp children and their families.

HT and PE Co-ordinator

 

£1500.00

Provision of free holiday club

Continued

Week Summer Camp provided by STC. Free for all children to participate in during designated week in the holiday.

Physical wellbeing

All children including PP children.

HT and PE Co-ordinator

 

£1000.00

Theraplay

New

Theraplay is a therapy that will be used in school with children experiencing difficulties.

All children that meet the criteria for the therapy.

HT

 

£5000.00

Trips Subsidied

Continued

Subsidy provided to all trips and additional to PP premium children when required.

All children occur a subsidy but PP children have access to further subsidy.

Office Manager to ensure all pupils access trips.

 

£1000.00

Theatre excursion KS2

New

Pay for KS 2 to attend theatre at christmas

All pupils including PP children.

HT monitor quality of provision.

 

£1500.00

Brass music tuition

Continued

Weekly tuition for pupils to learn a brass instrument

2 PP in yr 6.

1 PP in yr 5

HT

 

£1500.00

Music Tuition-Samba Drums

New

Specialist music teacher in school once a week for a year

All pupils in year 4 including pp children (7)

HT

 

2000.00

Bus subsidy

new

To and from sports and music events

All pupils including pp pupils

Office Manager to ensure all pupils access trips.

 

99 5000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Pupil Premium Spend at Lord Blyton Primary School and impact - Year 2015-2016
Allocation for 2015-2016 £83460.00

 

 

Cost

£

 

Amount allocated to the intervention and calculations

Is this a new or continued activity?

Brief summary of the intervention or action including details of year groups and pupils involved and timescales

Specific intended outcomes. How will this intervention or action improve achievement for pupils eligible for PP? What will it achieve if successful?

How will this activity be monitored? When? Where and by whom?

Actual Impact. What did the activity achieve?

1500

2 Hours per week x 39

New

Year 1 additional phonics
Attainment and progress
 

1 out of 5 children PP
Ensure that pupils given the opportunity to work at age related expectations.
 

HT monitoring tracking termly.
Class teacher ongoing.

Pass rate for phonics was 72%.

Disadvantaged Pupils

There were 9 children classed as disadvantaged. Of these 9, 6 of them, 67% passed the phonics screening test compared to 70% nationally.

 

The three children who did not pass the screening test are also children who receive school support for SEN.

They will receive additional support with phonics in year 2 and have the skills to pass the screening when retested at the end of year 2.

Of the children who retook the screening at the end of year 2, 3 out of the 4 passed the resit screening

1500

2 Hours per week x 39

Continued

Year 2 Code X reading intervention led by HLTA
Attainment and progress
 

 

HT monitor termly.
Class teacher termly.

 

1500

2 Hours per week x 39

Continued

Year 3 Code X reading intervention led by HLTA
Attainment and progress
 

2 out of 3 children PP

HT monitoring tracking termly.
Class teacher ongoing.

Phonic ability improved to support independent reading.

1500

2 Hours per week x 39

Continued 

Year 4 Code x reading intervention led by HLTA
Attainment and progress
 

2 out of 4 PP children

HT monitoring tracking termly.
Class teacher ongoing.

Phonic ability improved to support independent reading.

 

1500

2 Hours per week x 39

New

Year 3 phonic intervention led by TA
Attainment and progress
 

1 out or 2 children PP
Close any gaps in phonic knowledge .

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

Phonic ability improved to support independent reading.

 

2000

2 Hours per week x 39

New

Year 4 individual reading intervention led by HLTA comprehension focus
Attainment and progress
 

4 out of 6 children pp

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

Children not heard at home had access to guided reading support to improve reading ability.

 

2000

2 Hours per week

New

Year 5/6 phonic intervention led by DHT
Attainment and progress
 

Close any gaps in phonic knowledge

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

Phonic ability improved to support independent reading. SATs reading results reflected this.

 

2000

2 Hours per week

New

Yr 6 Wolf Hill intervention
By DHT
Attainment and progress
 

1 of 2 children is PP

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

85% of children at the expected level in reading.

 

4000

1 Hours per week x 20

New

Small group booster tuition for yr 6 additional to quality first teaching.
Attainment and progress
 

All yr 6 pupils offered this including PP children.

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

KS 2 results were above the national average.

4000

5 Hours per week x 39

New

Year 4 support for mathematics
5 hrs a week
Attainment and progress
 

4 out of 6 pupils PP
Identified pupils who require additional support are given sufficient scaffolding to allow them to access the curriculum at the required level.

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

 

3500

5 Hours per week x 39

New to Year Group

Additional classroom in year 4 for a group of identified LA children support  5 times 1hr 5 hrs


Attainment and progress
 

Targeted pupils including 4 pp children in year 4

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

 

4000

5 Hours per week x 39

New

Year 4 support for english
5 hrs a week
Attainment and progress
 

4 out of 6 pupils PP
Identified pupils who require additional support are given sufficient scaffolding to allow them to access the curriculum at the required level.

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

 

2000

Additional time for lit/num assessments

Continued

Buy back service from Education Psychology or PP children to be assessed with literacy/ numeracy skills.
Attainment and progress
 

PP identified as falling behind have access to EP who will advise the school on strategies to improve progress and attainment.

HT monitor termly through tracking.

CT monitor regularly through day to day assessment.

PP children had access to Educational Psychologist as and when required.

2000

Mathletics Licence

Continued

All pupils in school from yr 1 to yr 6. Access to high quality provision of maths.
Attainment and progress
 

All pupils including PP pupils will have access to high quality maths materials delivered through ICT. These can be accessed through the home and school.

DHT to monitor usage, prizes given weekly to classes and individual for usage.

Improved attainment in maths throughout the school.

10000

Reading Materials including reading intervention

New

All pupils from nursery to yr 6 to benefit from new, refreshed reading materials
Attainment and progress
 

All pupils including PP pupils will have access to high quality reading materials

HT and Co-ordinator.

New books purchased and should see the impact of this in 16-17.

2000

Reading Eggs

New

All pupils in school from yr 1 to yr 6. Access to high quality provision of reading materials.
Attainment and progress
 

All pupils including PP pupils will have access to high quality reading materials delivered through ICT. These can be accessed through the home and school.

HT and  Lit Co-ord  to monitor usage, prises given weekly to classes and individual for usage.

Children have access to Reading Eggs and they can access in their homes.

2000

Spelladrome

New

All pupils in school from yr 1 to yr 6. Access to high quality provision of spelling, grammar and punctuation materials.
Attainment and progress
 

All pupils including PP pupils will have access to high quality spelling materials delivered through ICT. These can be accessed through the home and school.

HT and  Lit Co-ord  to monitor usage, prises given weekly to classes and individual for usage.

Spelladrome is installed on all school machines and should see the impact of this 16-17.

15000

Teacher

New

January to May half term 2016

Split year 5 and 6 each morning into smaller year groups 15 pupils in each.
Attainment and progress
 

Yr 5  5pp children.

Yr 6  4 pp children.

HT and DHT

KS 2 SAT results above national average. This can be accounted to the split yr 5 and 6 class.

2000

 

Continued

Provision of a piece of fruit to KS 2 pupils daily.
Care, Guidance and Support.


 

All children have access to nutritional snack at break times.

Office Manager to monitor uptake and wastage.

Uptake of fruit is 99%.

4000

 

Continued

Additional hours in the office to allow SBM time to work with parents offering advice and support.
Care, Guidance and Support.


 

Parents of PP children requiring support.

Office Manager and HT.

Parents supported through difficult circumstances.

2000

Additional lunchtime support

New

Additional 5 hours a week to cover lunchtime allows HT and SBM to monitor behaviour and offer support to vunerable pupils including PP.
Including a First Aider
Care, Guidance and Support.


 

 

HT to monitor use of First Aid and quality given.

First Aider in post to give children quality first aid when injured.

1500

Club opportunity

New

Jan-July

Multi skills club at lunchtime targeting specific pupils to modify lunchtime behaviour.
Behaviour and Welfare


 

Yr 4 PP child with specific behaviours.

HT monitor behaviour incidents on a Thursday.

On Thursdays reduced incident with target pupils.

1000

Sports Day / Family Event

Continued

July family sports fun day provided by STC.
Physical welbeing

All children including pp children and their families.

HT

 

1000

Provision of subsidized holiday club

New for Easter

Week Easter Camp provided by Premier Sports for all children to participate in during designated week in the Easter holidays.
Physical wellbeing


 

All children including pp children and their families.

HT and PE Co-ordinator

Camps well attended in school. Proveided activities which are not in the local area

1500

Provision of free holiday club

Continued

Week Summer Camp provided by STC. Free for all children to participate in during designated week in the holiday.
Physical wellbeing


 

All children including PP children.

HT and PE Co-ordinator

Camps well attended in school. Provided activities which are not in the local area.

5000

Trips Subsidied

Continued

Subsidy provided to all trips and additional to PP premium children when required.


 

All children occur a subsidy but PP children have access to further subsidy.

Office Manager to ensure all pupils access trips.

Trips affordable and we ensure no pupil misses a trip due to money and cost.

1500

Lions of Zululand

New

An experience of life in a different culture and to extend pupils knowledge of the wider world.


 

All pupils including PP children.

HT monitor quality of provision.

Unbelievable experience for all pupils and staff. Many happy memories made and all children in school were able to experience and learn about a different culture.

1000

Brass music tution

Continued

Weekly tuition for pupils to learn a brass instrument


 

2 PP in yr 6.

1 PP in yr 5

HT

Children played the instruments all yr free of charge.

1000

Music Tuition-Ukelele

Continued

Specialist music teacher in school once a week for a year


 

All pupils in year 4 including pp children (7)

HT

Enjoyed by all pupils. Parental concert at end of Summer Term.

1500

Bus Subsidy

New

To and from sports and music events


 

All pupils including pp pupils

Office Manager to ensure all pupils access trips.

Trips affordable and we ensure no pupil misses a trip due to money and cost.

83500

 

 

 


 

 

 

Intervention

Category

PP Costs Per Annum

Evaluation

Project X Intervention
3 x half a day sessions
(1 half days a week) x 39 weeks
 

Attainment and Progress

£4880.00

Tracking shows that pupils continue to make progress throughout this intervention. Some children have been moved off the intervention other will continue in the next academic year.

Every Child a Counter Intervention

3 x half a day session

(1 and half days a week)x 39 weeks

Attainment and Progress

£4880.00

Targeted  intervention see KS 1 results for impact

Phonic Intervention

5 hr a week yr 2

X 39

Attainment and Progress

£2000.00

LN worked with targeted pupils in yr 2, particularly those who were to resit phonics out of 5 pupils 4 passed at the end of year 2.

HLTA KS 1 intervention

8 hrs a week x 39

Attainment and Progress

£3200.00

Targeted  intervention see KS 2 results for impact

Additional reading and comprehension support yr 4/5

5 x 1 hr a week x 39

Attainment and Progress

£2000.00

VW worked in yr 4/5 phonic intervention worked well impact being that children’s reading skills and decoding have improved. Comprehension work will continue in yr 5 for targeted pupils.

Yr 6 support for comprehension

5 x 1hr x 10 weeks

Attainment and Progress

£1000.00

KS 2 reading results were outstanding 4B 87% and 5+ 67%. Progress in reading was 100% at 2 levels 87% 3 levels. PP children all achieved level 4+ except 1.

Additional support for KS 1 yr 2 1 x 5 hrs x39

Attainment and Progress

£2000.00

Targeted  intervention see KS 2 results for impact

Additional support for yr 3 1 pp child 5 x 1 hr x39

Attainment and Progress

£2000.00

Pupil made progress although at a slow rate. 

In class support for upper KS 2

5 x 4hr x 39

Attainment and Progress

£8000.00

Targeted  intervention see KS 2 results for impact.

In class support for lower KS 2 and KS 1

Attainment and Progress

£12000.00

Targeted intervention see yr group results and end of KS results.

Lexia 

Attainment and Progress

£2000.00

Children identified including PP children to access the computer package. 

Mathletics

Attainment and Progress

£2000.00

Computer package can be accessed at home by all pupils to improve mental maths outcomes. Ongoing into 15-16. Impact that children accessing high quality maths provision at home. KS 1 and KS 2 reults. Need to continue to improve outcomes at higher levels SDP 15-16

Trips

Attainment and Progress

£3500.00

Subsidise trips for all pupils and offer extra support for those pupil premium pupils when required.

Additional Educational Psychology time to support PP children

Attainment and Progress

£1500.00

2 PP children in yr 6 supported with transition and self esteem skills.

Emotional Resilience Service SLA

Care, Guidance and Support

£500.00

Children from yr 6 referred to the service including 3 PP. Ensures extra support for transition to the comprehensive school.

Additional hrs in the office to allow SBM time to work with parents offering advice and support and attendance.

Care Guidance and Support

£4000.00

PP children’s parents have access to high quality guidance and support. See case study.

Music tuition - small group and one to one brass tuition 1 x hr x39

Attainment and Progress

£1000.00

PP children included in this real enjoyment sort from learning an instrument. Encouraged to continue as they move into secondary sector.

Holiday Club - Week long free holiday Club during summer holidays

Attainment and Progress

£800.00

All pupils in the school had access to this facility 45 out of 150 children attended during the week. Pupils reported they enjoyed it and gave them focus in the holidays.

Music tuition whole class year 4/5 Ukelele

1 x hr x 39 weeks

Attainment and Progress

£1000.00

Yr 6 4 PP children received tuition free.

Provision of swimming kit/ PE kit for children

Care, Guidance and Support

£100.00

All children able to access the whole curriculum. Inclusion for all.

Provision of a piece of fruit for every KS 2 child

Care, Guidance and Support

£1600.00

Ensure that all children have access to fruit and vegetable daily. Majority of KS 2 access this and take fruit.

Prizes for the end of term events. Attendance

Care, Guidance and Support

£1000.00

 

 

 


Pupil Premium Impact 2014-2015


Our end of the academic year 2014-2015 data is as below.

Early Years Summary

Skills on entry to Nursery/Reception are: below – with some significant gaps in Communication & language & PSED

 

Skills on Entry

In terms of what is typical for children of that age:
Significantly below/below/typical/above/significantly above

 

% achieving GLD

2013: 68.4 2015: 68%
2014: 66.7

 

Achievement

Good

 

In 2015 we had 68% of the cohort with a good level of development. This is a slight increase on 2014. This figure is above average for the Local Authority where the figure is .

Year 1 Phonics Screen Results

 

Year

% Passed

% Boys Passed

% Girls Passed

National Average

 

2012

54

50

57

58

 

2013

62

62

62

69

 

2014

75

75

75

74

 

2015

79

64

100

2015 24 pupils 10 girls 14 boys

Key Points:

There are 24 children in this group (14 boys’ 10girls’ / FSM 13 Non-FSM)
There is an improving trend over three years
There is a gender gap with boys and girls in 2015 but this is not a trend.
In year 2 the children who did not pass are having additional phonics intervention with the HLTA.

Resits for the phonics test taken in year 2

5 children resat the phonics test. 3 boys and 2 girls. 4 children passed, 80% pass rate.

 

2012-2015 Key Stage 1 Outcomes

21 pupils 12 boys 9 girls

 

2012

2013

2014

2015

 

APS Overall

16

15.7 

15.1 

16.2 

 

Reading

 

 

 

 

 

L2B+

80

85

73

85.7

 

L3

27

23

27

42.9

 

APS

15.9

16.5

15.7

17.2

 

Writing

 

 

 

 

 

L2B+

80

77

77

81

 

L3

7

0

23

9.5

 

APS

15.1

15.2

15.4

15.4

 

Mathematics

 

 

 

 

 

L2B+

87

85

73

90.5

 

L3

13

15

15

14.3

 

APS

16.2

16.1

15.6

16

 

Key Stage 1 Outcomes 2015

 

 

L2+ (%)

L3 (%)

APS

 

Reading Overall

Boys

Girls

85.7

83.3

88.9

42.9

41.7

44.4

17.2

17.2

17.2

 

Writing Overall

Boys

Girls

81

75

88.9

9.5

0

22

15.4

14.7

16.3

 

Mathematics Overall

Boys

Girls

90.5

91,7

88.9

14.3

8.3

22

16

16

16.1


2015 21 pupils

Key points:

Improved standards at 2B + for all subjects.
Level 3 much improved at reading, decline for writing and the same for maths.
Girls performed slightly better than boys in reading at level 2B and Level 3.
Girls performed better in writing at 2B and Level 3.
Boys performed slightly better at 2B in maths than girls but girls did achieve better at level 3.
FSM
4 pupils FSM all achieved level 2 in all subjects so no gaps at L2.
2B+ reading 1 FSM pupil didn’t
2B+ writing 2 FSM pupils didn’t
2B+ maths all FSM pupils did
Year 3
Ensure that the FSM children who were 2c in reading and writing are given opportunity to develop and support to do this.
SEN
5 pupils in cohort 2 children didn’t achieve level 2 so a gap of 40%.
Small numbers make these gaps look wide.

 

Key Stage 2 Outcomes 2012-2015

 

2012

2013

2014

2015

 

APS Overall

29.1

28.5 

29.1 

29.1 

 

Reading

 

 

 

 

 

L4

L4B+

L5

L6

APS

100

 

77

 

31.6

92

92

39

 

28.8

91

86

48

5

29.6

86.7

86.7

71.4

 

30.9

 

Writing

 

 

 

 

 

L4

L5

L6

APS

92

23

 

27.9

92

31

 

28.4

81

38

5

28.1

93.3

33.3

 

28.6

 

Mathematics

 

 

 

 

 

L4

L4B+

L5

L6

APS

92

 

23

 

27.9

92

69

23

7.7

28.4

91

86

43

14

29.3

86.7

86.7

33.3

 

28.7

 

L4+ R/W/M

L4B+ R/W/M

92

 

85

 

81

81

86.7

86.7

 

L5+ R/W/M

 

 

29

13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROGRESS

2 levels reading

3 levels reading

 

100

85

 

100

39

 

100

81

 

100

78 

 

2 levels writing

3 levels writing

4 levels writing

92

38

100

15

100

67

10

100

42

 

2 levels mathematics

3 levels mathematics

4 levels mathematics

100

31

94

14

8

100

29

100

36

 

KS2 Attainment 2015

15 pupils 9 Boys- 1 boy absent for the tests 6 Girls

 

 

L4 (%)

L4+ (%)

L5 (%)

APS

 

Reading Overall

Boys

Girls

86.7%

77.8%

100%

86.7%

77.8%

100%

66.7%

55.6%

83.3%

 

30

32

 

Writing Overall

Boys

Girls

93.3%

88.9%

100%

-

-

-

33.3%

22.2%

50%

 

27.7

30

 

Mathematics Overall

Boys

Girls

86.7%

77.8%

100%

86.7%

77.8%

100%

33.3%

33.3%

33.3%

 

28.5

29

 

EGPS Overall

Boys

Girls

86.7%

77.8%

100%

86.7%

77.8%

100%

60%

55.6%

66.7%

 

30

31

 

Attainment key points

In reading the standard was the same as 2014 at L4 but improved at L4B+
and L5
Girls performed better at L4, L4+ and L5.

In writing the standard at level 4 improved but was slightly below for L5.
Girls performed better than boys at L4 and L5.

In EGPS standards improved at all levels.
Girls performed better than boys.

In maths standard slightly below at L4 and L5 but the same for L4B+.
Girls performed better at L4 and L4B+.

Boys performance was effected by absent pupil and boy with SEN who made good progress but didn’t reach L4 in all subjects.

Progress

2015 100% 2 levels of progress in reading, writing and maths.

2015 3 levels of progress
Reading 86.7%(13)
Writing 46.7% (7 )
Maths 46.7% (7)

Impact of Pupil Premium 2014-2015

As you can see we had another successful year at Lord Blyton Primary School. Our results were good and our pupils continue to attain well and show good progress. We have identified the some areas for development and these are highlighted in the School Development Plan.

We track all our pupils and we track separately our pupils entitled to pupil premium we ensure that all meet their full potential where ever possible.

Additional staffing provided by the pupil premium has ensured that children identified through pupil progress meetings have been able to access interventions when necessary.

As well as additional staffing pupils have had access to the Educational Psychologist when required and the services that they are able to offer and for some pupils this included 1 to 1 intervention over 4 weeks with a specialist teacher. This enabled one pupil to reach his full potential in year 6.

As well as developing our pupils academically we believe that we need to focus on the whole child. Funding for Sports Day was used and this was a hugely successful event yet again enjoyed by all pupils and their parents.

We funded a free child care sports club during the school holidays for a week between 10am and 2.30pm. This was attended by 20 families at some points during the week.

Year 4/5 had weekly Ukelele lessons for a year, this resulted in many of the children purchasing their own instruments which means they will be able to continue to play.

Attendance at school is so important and we value those pupils and parents that make every effort to attend school. Prizes and incentives are purchased to encourage this and presented at the end of each term.

Additional personnel have been funded in the office to allow our Business Manager to support parents offering care, guidance and support to them as and when necessary. Parents feel valued and know they can turn to the school for support when required and feel confident the school will signpost them to additional services and support if required for themselves or their children.

School trips are subsidised and residential trips so that they are affordable for all.
 

Upcoming Events

Fri Jul 28, 2017
Summer Holidays
Sat Jul 29, 2017
Summer Holidays
Sun Jul 30, 2017
Summer Holidays
Mon Jul 31, 2017
Summer Holidays
Tue Aug 01, 2017
Summer Holidays

Social Media

Well done to the Lord Blyton Eco-Warriors! Look out for the following article in the Shields Gazette! July... https://t.co/OBMbUce9Zv
Thank you parents and carers for supporting us this afternoon we have made £1076.43. Fabulous effort from the staff, thank you.
Follow Lord Blyton Primary on Twitter

Staff Website Login

© 2017 Lord Blyton Primary School. All Rights Reserved.