Pupil Premium (previous years)

From 2012-13 this funding was extended to include children eligible for FSM at any point in the last six years (known as the Ever 6 FSM Measure).

At West Wimbledon Primary School we recognise personal development and social opportunity as key to developing a fully-rounded young person. As such we have looked for creative ways to spend the Pupil Premium funding in order to enhance overall educational opportunity. Last year’s pupil Premium initiative, ‘books for home ‘will continue this year. This year we have purchased tablets across the school, to support our Pupil Premium children. For Pupil Premium children, introducing technology into the classroom can help them engage more with a subject. This also allows for learning to be more active.

West Wimbledon Primary School 2015-16 Pupil Premium Funding

This includes 89 children, although actual pupil numbers may fluctuate throughout the school year.

The range of funded activities includes:

  • Intervention Teachers in English and Maths;

  • Daily readers support;

  • SEN Interventions groups;

  • Nurture Group Key Stages 1 and 2;

  • EAL (English as an Additional Language) Support Staff;

  • Books for home (every half-term) via Scholastic Book Club;

  • Swimming Years 4 and 5;

  • Merton Music Funding Tuition;

  • Clubs funding (AFC Football and Taekwondo based at WWPS);

  • School Trips subsidy;

  • Residential Journeys 50% subsidy Year 5;

  • Philosophy for all Years 4 and 5 children;

  • Breakfast Club places;

  • Bespoke support for uniform and equipment;

  • Bespoke support for any unique venture.

 

 Impact across all Year Groups

Year
group

No. of PP pupils

Number of PP pupils on track (pupils making 2 sub levels of progress* from the level attained in September 2014)

Children not on track

Vulnerable factors

Reading

Writing

Maths

SEN

EAL

TT

R

5

5

5

5

0

0

0

1

13

4

5

7

0

4

Reading

3

Writing

   2     

Maths

1

Reading

2

Writing

2

6

5

3

5

0

1

Writing

 1   

Maths

1

Reading

2

Writing

1      

Maths

3

16

8

10

10

1

Reading

1

Writing

2

 Maths

3

Reading

2

Writing

 2     

Maths

0

 

4

13

8

10

8

1

Reading

1

Writing

 

1

Writing

1

Reading

1

Writing

1

 Maths

5

14

8

10

7

0

1

Reading

1

Writing

 

1

Writing

2

 Maths

6

12

6

5

4

1

Reading

1

Writing

1

Maths

1

Reading

1

Writing

1

Maths

1

Reading

1

Writing

1

Maths

* 2 sub levels was then the national expectation of progress. A new system, without either levels or sub-levels, came into effect from September 2015. Our data will reflect that new system in due course.

 

Impact of Pupil Premium funding on end of Key Stage 1 and 2 results – July 2015

  • The proportion of Pupil Premium children in Key Stage 1, achieving level 3 in Maths is 4% better than our non-Pupil Premium children.

  • The proportion of Pupil Premium children in Key Stage 1, achieving the expected level in Maths is 1% better than our non-Pupil Premium children.

  • The proportion of Pupil Premium children in Key Stage 1, achieving the expected level in Reading is the same as our non-Pupil Premium children.

  • The proportion of Pupil Premium children in Key Stage 2, making expected progress in Reading is 8% better than our non-Pupil Premium children.

  • The proportion of Pupil Premium children in Key Stage 2, making expected progress in Writing is 3% better than our non-Pupil Premium children.

  • The proportion of Pupil Premium children in Key Stage 2, achieving the expected level in Writing is 2% better than our non-Pupil Premium children.

  • All Pupil Premium children in Key Stage 2, added on 2+ levels in Reading and Writing.

  • The school is committed to continuing to work on strategies to improve the gap between Pupil Premium children and non-Pupil Premium children attainment levels in Reading, Writing and Maths.

  • 20% more Pupil Premium children met the Key Stage 1 standard in the Year 1 phonics screening check than nationally.

  • The gap between Pupil Premium children and non-Pupil Premium children has narrowed significantly to 2% in Reading and maths, 3% in Writing.

2012-13 Pupil Premium Funding

Funding for Pupil Premium was £58,339.

Funding increased from the previous year, based on the numbers of children who were eligible for FSM in the previous 6 years. This was predicated on 94 eligible children.

The range of funded activities included:

  • Intervention Teachers for English and Maths;

  • SEN Interventions Support Staff Groups;

  • Nurture Group Key Stage 2;

  • EAL (English as an Additional Language) Support Staff;

  • Swimming Years 4 and 5;

  • Merton Music Funding Tuition;

  • Funding for PP children to attend paid clubs;

  • School Trips subsidy;

  • Residential Journeys 50% subsidy in Year 5;

  • Breakfast Club places;

  • Bespoke support for uniform and equipment.

2011-12 Pupil Premium Funding

Funding for Pupil Premium was £24,400, and there were 50 eligible pupils.

Other funding from the School’s main budget was added to this in order to ensure that effective support was targeted at low-income families, addressing any educational disadvantage.

The range of funded activities included:

  • Intervention Teachers for English and Maths;

  • SEN Interventions Support Staff Groups;

  • Nurture Group Key Stage 2;

  • EAL (English as an Additional Language) Support Staff;

  • Swimming Years 4 and 5;

  • Merton Music Funding Tuition;

  • Funding for PP children to attend paid clubs;

  • School Trips subsidy;

  • Residential Journeys 50% subsidy;

  • Breakfast Club places.