Main Road, Crick, Northampton NN6 7TU

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Crick Primary School

Learning together in a caring community

Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium, introduced in April 2011, is additional funding given to schools so that they can support their disadvantaged pupils and close the attainment gap between these children and their peers. 

Schools receive the following funding for each child registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years:

  • £1,320 for pupils in Reception Year to Year 6
  • £935 for pupils in Year 7 to Year 11

Schools will also receive £1,900 for each pupil who has left local-authority care because of 1 of the following:

  • adoption
  • a special guardianship order
  • a child arrangements order
  • a residence order

If a pupil has been registered as eligible for free school meals and has also left local-authority care for any of the reasons above, they will attract the £1,900 rate.

Free school meals for year 3 and above and pupil premium for infant school children

Free school meals is a service that is available when your child first starts school up to the age of 18 as long as they are in full time education. If you think your child would qualify, please apply even if your child is receiving Universal Infant Free School Meals as this also offers your school additional funding called Pupil Premium.

Is my child entitled to free school meals? 

If you are in receipt of any of the following, your child may be eligible for the free school meals service.

  • Income Support 
  • Income based Job Seekers Allowance 
  • Income related Employment and Support Allowance
  • Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
  • Child Tax Credit, with no element of Working Tax Credit, and a household income below £16,190 (as assessed by HM Revenue and Customs) 
  • Guarantee Element of State Pension Credit 
  • Universal Credit

If a child resides in a local authority care home they will not qualify for free school meals. This is because Government funding has already been allocated to fund their meals.

How do I apply?

Check your eligibility and apply for free school meals using the Northampton County Council online form: http://www3.northamptonshire.gov.uk/councilservices/children-families-education/schools-and-education/Pages/free-school-meals.aspx#_ga=1.123555982.401625150.1449650975 

 

PUPIL PREMIUM STRATEGY 2016/2017

Please click on this link to read our full Pupil Premium Strategy:

Crick Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-2017.pdf

Crick School has 12 pupils currently on Pupil Premium, which equates to approximately 7.3% of pupils on roll.

There are a variety of strategies in place to support pupils, with most funding being directed towards one-to-one and additional Teaching Assistant support for disadvantaged pupils. We feel this strategy is of most benefit to our pupils as a concerted focus on key skills, alongside individualised pastoral support, will help pupils to thrive, both in school and in wider life as they mature. 

The main barriers to learning for our disadvantaged pupils include a lack of parental engagement in some cases, and social/emotional issues in some cases.  In addition, the marked contrast socio-economically between children who all live in the same village can be a barrier.

Additional financial support is given to help parents pay for school trips and residential visits, to ensure disadvantaged pupils receive the same provision as other pupils, and to help raise their self-esteem. Funding is also provided for extra-curricular activities, such as music tuition.

The impact of our Pupil Premium spend is measured by analysis of academic outcomes for pupils, compared with others of the same cohort, together with comparisons of the progress achieved.  In addition, more qualitative assessment is made of the social and emotional progress made by individual children, to help show the difference we have made.

 

Funding for 2015/2016 equated to £26,539. This was allocated as follows:

Provision

Amount

Outcomes

Teaching Staff

£4603

One-to-one and small group work for targeted pupils, which helped raise standards and promoted a good work ethic, alongside pastoral support.

Teaching Assistants

£9879

Staff Training

£1500

Play Therapy training for one HLTA, who has now cascaded the information to other staff.

JOGO behavioural support training, for all staff, which has benefited individual staff and ensured a consistent approach throughout the school.

Professional Services

£2570

 

 

£1859

 

£295

 

£3740

 

Kids Aid therapy sessions for individual children, who benefited greatly.

 

Educational Psychologist visits For one pupil with SEN/PP

 

Dyslexia Assessment for one pupil, who is now

 

SEN and other professional guidance from Warwickshire County Council

Residential Trips

£150

Part payment of one child’s residential visit.

School Visits

£250

Part payment of school visits, to ensure all took part.

Extra-curricular tuition

£393

Music lessons for disadvantaged pupil

Resources

1300

A variety of additional resources, such as Kindle Fires, bean bags, trophies and classroom resources, to enhance the learning environment for disadvantaged pupils.

Cool Milk was provided for all disadvantaged pupils.

 

Outcomes for Disadvantaged Pupils in 2015/2016

Subject

On track to achieve age related expectations for end of key stage

Expected or better progress against individual starting point

Reading

73%

36% (45%)

Writing

73%

18% (36%)

Mathematics

54%

18% (36%)

 

 

 

 

Planned spending for Pupil Premium in 2016/2017. Estimated amount £26,000:

Provision

Amount

Planned Support

Teaching Staff

£3000

Individualised teacher sessions to provide focused support, for most able and less able disadvantaged pupils.

Teaching Assistants

£10000

One-to-one and small group support, as identified to extend and support pupils.

Staff Training

£2000

Mindfulness training booked, to help enrich pupils’ learning and social development.

Professional Services

£3000

SEN consultant support

JOGO behavioural support

Parenting programme to be funded – Magic 123

Educational Psychologist referrals, if appropriate.

Residential Trips

£1000

We intend to fully fund this year, as attendance has proved so beneficial for all pupils to participate.

School Visits

£2000

Extra-curricular tuition

£1000

Extra-curricular activities, in and out of school, will be funded to help raise aspirations and pupils’ self-esteem.

Resources

£4000

To be identified, for individual and within class support.

 

 

Pupil Premium Report for 2012/13 

Pupil Premium - Plan for 2013/14

Pupil Premium - action plan for 2014/15

Pupil Premium - Action Plan 2015/16 & Impact Statement 2014/15