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Hoyland Springwood Primary School.

Pupil Premium 14/15



Background
Pupil premium funding has been provided to schools since 2011. Learners
entitled are those eligible for FSM, LAC or Army children.
2014-15
Main Allocation 582,006
Pupil Premium Funding 77,600
SEN allocation 11,500
CIRP 25,323

The additional funding is allocated to schools to support Narrowing the Gap
between vulnerable learners and their peers.

Principles of the Pupil Premium Funding:

We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all of
our pupils.
We ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to
vulnerable groups, this includes ensuring that the needs of children who
receive the pupil premium funding are adequately assessed and addressed.
In making provision for pupils, we recognise that not all pupils who receive
free school meals will be disadvantaged.
We also recognise that not all pupils who are disadvantaged are registered
or qualify for free school meals and they will, from time to time, be included in
group interventions with children receiving the pupil premium grant.
All our work through the pupil premium will be aimed at accelerating
progress so that all children meet their expectations both academically and
socially.





Reporting Pupil Premium
It is the responsibility of the governors to explain pupil premium spending to
parents in the form of an annual statement. The report aims to detail
information on how Pupil Premium has been used within school and the
progress towards narrowing the attainment gap.


























Pupil Premium Grant Report 2014-15

Number of Pupils and pupil premium
grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll 123
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 59
Amount PPG received per pupil 1300
Total amount of PPG received 76,700
Summary of PPG spending 2014/15
Objectives:
PPG to be used to support the progress of most
vulnerable learners FSM eligible, who made less
progress than there non FSM peers in 13/14.
The school also has a high % of LAC


Record of PPG spending by item/project 2014/15
Item/Project Cost Objective Evidence link Impact
Learning Mentor 25,000 To develop
Thrive and
nurture
groups for
vulnerable
groups.
Support
parental
involvement
in learning.
Support the
delivery of
PHSCE
curriculum.
Behaviour
Interventions
Self
regulation

Thrive training 3000 As above Behaviour
Interventions
Self-
regulation

1:1 Tuition Y5/6 10,000 1:1 Tuition
Y5/6 learners
to support
closing the
gap.
1:1 tuition
Specific CPD 5000 Kagan
AfL
feedback
Digital
Collaborative
learning.
Dialogic talk
self


technology
Transition
Level 6
Maths and
English
regulation.
Feedback
Early Years Additional
Support Staff
12,000 Support early
intervention
CLL, Phonics
Early
language
intervention

Therapeutic
Interventions/Additional
Education Phycology
support
10,000 Play therapy
Counselling
Ed
psychology
support
Behaviour
Interventions
Self-
regulation



Total 65,000