NAVIGATION
Norbreck Primary Academy Whatever We Do,
We Do It Well
Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

Pupil Premium money is allocated to schools by the Government to be spent on children who are in or have been in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM).

Likewise, it is allocated to children in care or who have a family member in The Forces. It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility. 

 

At Norbreck Primary Academy we provide a considerable amount of extra support for our children.

 

1:1 Maths Groups

1:1 English Groups

Mentor Club for Maths

Mentor Club for English

Booster Maths Groups

Booster English Groups

Better Reading Partnership

Access to Learning Mentor Support

Behaviour Management Groups

Parental Support strategies

Intervention Strategies

ABC and Socially Speaking Programmes

Gifted and Talented Programme

Enrichment Activities (drama, music, sport and cultural trips)

Access to school trips

Provision of services from SHINE therapy giving children assessment and support from an on-site Speech and Language Service

Provision of services from an Educational Pyscholocologist

Counselling

 

Pupil Premium Spend 2015-16

Allocation

Date received

July 2015             £48,800

October 2015       £48,800

January 2016

April 2016

TOTAL                  £97,600

 

 

Additional Services

Costs

70% of teacher time for KS1 interventions

£30,000

30% of teacher time for KS2 interventions

£11,000

1 day additional booster groups KS2

£8200

75% of TA2 time (mornings) in KS2

£33,000

40% of TA2 time (mornings in KS1

£21,000

SHINE speech therapy service

£18,720

5 afternoons TA support for SHINE

5 days TA support for behaviour

£6000

£11,374

Tiddly Om Pom Poms (Reception)

£2613

Psychology Service

£8,550

75% of Learning Mentor Time

£16,892

Contributions to trips

£500

Attendance at specialist groups

£800

Uniform

£250

Total

£168,899

 

 

Our annual results indicate that children in receipt of Free School Meals perform well at our school. In 2013, the school received recognition for this from Nick Clegg. The Headteacher is trained as a Pupil Premium Reviewer and can be called to advise schools where spending of the Pupil Premium has been less effective.

 

Our results at the end of Key Stage 2 for 2015 showed the results of children in receipt of Pupil Premium funding to be in-line with or above those of similar children Nationally.

 

 

FSM children

School

L4+

National

L4+

School

L5

National

L5

All subjects

68

70

9

13

Reading

83

86

32

34

Writing

82

79

14

22

Maths

82

80

18

28

EGPS

73

71

41

43

Pupil Premium Spend 2014-15

 

Allocation

Date received

October 2013           £33,600.00

January 2014           £37,400.25

April 2014                £33,716.75

July 2014                 £50,875.00

TOTAL                     £155,592.00

 

 

 

Additional Services

Costs

70% of teacher time for KS1 interventions

£29,262

50% of teacher time for KS2 interventions

£18,747

1 day additional booster groups KS2

£8200

75% of TA2 time (mornings) in KS2

£32,652

40% of TA2 time (mornings in KS1

£19,591

SHINE speech therapy service

£14,250

5 afternoons for TA2 for SHINE

£5564

Tiddly Om Pom Poms (Reception)

£2613

Psychology Service

£18,720

75% of Learning Mentor Time

£16,533

Contributions to trips

£196

Attendance at specialist groups

£800

Uniform

£250

Total

£167,378

Pupil Premium Spending 2013- 14

 

Allocated to date:

 

Allocated 1.10.13      £33,600

Allocated 6.1.14        £37,400         

                               £71,000                     

 

 

Teacher for KS1 interventions (2 days p/w)

£8400

Teacher for KS2 interventions (1.5 days p/w)

£8190

Teacher for KS2 booster groups (1 day p/w)

£8200

Teacher for KS1 booster groups (1 hour p/w)

£2000

SHINE therapy

£17.784

TA for SALT programme (5 afternoons p/w)

£5397

TOPPs music programme for Rec. children

£600

Ed Psych Service

£10,500

Learning Mentor (50% of time)

£10,867

Contributions to trips

£376

Attendance at specialist groups

£450

Adaptations for SEN child

£851

Uniform

£197

 

 

Total

£73,812

 

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