Pupil Premium Grant

Pupil premium grant expenditure:
Report to parents: 2015/16

Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll 103
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 16
Amount of PPG received per pupil £1320
Total amount of PPG received £21120

Nature of support  2015/16

  • Ten sessions of One to One tuition was provided for a number of children who had been identified as ones who would benefit from extra help in maths and literacy.
  • A Teaching Assistant was employed to work in Key Stage One to work specifically with small groups of children who had shown themselves to need extra support.
  • Money was put towards computer programs that help children who are struggling with maths and literacy.
  • Money was also used to ensure that no child was disadvantaged with extra-curricular activities, school trips and uniform.

Curriculum focus of PPG spending 2014/15

  • Supporting a number of children in all aspects of Literacy i.e. reading, writing and comprehension, through the Lexia program and through TA support.
  • Supporting a number of children in Maths, mainly in number work and problem solving, through the Number Shark program and through TA support.
  • Supporting a number of children to experience a residential school trip.

Measuring the impact of PPG spending

  • Children who used the computer program to improve their Literacy made good progress and also enjoyed working on it.
  • In Key Stage One the children who had extra help made good progress in their Phonics Screening Test and end of Key Stage 1 Assessments.
  • Children who had extra help made good progress in their end of year assessments.
  • The number of disadvantaged pupils in Year 1 who achieved the expected standard in the Phonics Screening was slightly above the national average for disadvantaged pupils.
  • Disadvantaged pupils in Year 2 attained a point score above the national average for disadvantaged pupils.
  • Disadvantaged pupils in Year 6 made above national average progress in Maths and Reading.

Corpusty Primary School

Norwich Road, Corpusty, Norwich, Norfolk NR11 6QG

Head Teacher: Mr D. Buddle

Tel: 01263 587320 • Email: office@corpusty.norfolk.sch.uk

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