Bidbury Infant School

Headteacher Mrs Jackie Jones

Contact

Fraser Rd, Bedhampton.
Havant.
Hants.
PO9 3EF
Phone:
02392 483336
Fax:
02392 486815
adminoffice@bidbury-inf.hants.sch.uk

The Pupil Premium

Year FSM/CIC
11/12 Pupil Premium Allocation
£15,128
11/12 Service Children Premium Allocation
£800
12/13 Pupil Premium Allocation
£19,313
12/13 Service Children Premium Allocation
£750
13/14 Pupil Premium allocation based on £900 per child
£30,600
13/14 Service Children Premium allocation based on £300 per child £600
14/15 Pupil Premium allocation based on £1,300 per child
£39,000
14/15 Service Children Premium allocation based on £300 per child £0.00
15/16 Pupil Premium allocation based on £1,300 per child
£39,600
15/16 Service Children Premium allocation based on £300 per child £300
15/16 Looked after Children £1900
16/17 Pupil Premium allocation based on £1,300 per child
£36,724

Commentary

At Bidbury Infant School, Pupil Premium funding is one part of a much larger programme and allocation of resources used to support children and their families at our school.

We allocate a significant amount of our resources to a range of intervention programmes to ensure all children make maximum progress at our school. These programmes include access to a Home School Link Worker and Parent Support Co-ordinator, a reading recovery teacher and assistants, emotional literacy support assistants and other trained staff to support specific academic needs such as speech and language therapy and language development.

With the changes to eligibility for Pupil Premium funding our current level receiving this is now 10%.

Impact

Throughout each year group in the school children in receipt of pupil premium make good progress from low starting points, thereby enabling the majority to reach national expectations at the end of year two unless they have other specific needs. The table below shows that although children in receipt of pupil premium at the end of key stage one did not attain as well as their peers not in receipt of pupil premium, they still make good progress and attain well when compared to national statistics.

Results as Percentages achieving national expectations for July 2016

  Pupil Premium Non-Pupil Premium
Reading 72.7% 91.8%
Writing 54.5% 83.6%
Maths 63.6% 79.6%

Steps of progress data across Key Stage One - for children in receipt of pupil premium. On the school assessment system expected progress across Key Stage One is 12 steps of progress.

  Pupil Premium Non-Pupil Premium
Reading 12.7 13.5
Writing 14.4 14.8
Maths 14.6 14.6

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