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Pupil Premium

What is Pupil Premium?

Pupil Premium funding is additional funding allocated to all schools to support disadvantaged pupils. Lingey House uses Pupil Premium funding for: every pupil who has received free school meals over the past 6 years, pupils who are cared for or adopted from care and for children whose parents are in the armed forces.

The funding is provided in order to support these pupils in reaching their potential. It is up to individual schools how best to allocate this funding so that it can be geared towards meeting the needs of individual children.

How can I find out if my child is entitled to Pupil Premium Funding?

The process for applying is straightforward and confidential.                                                                 

Click on the link below to see if you are eligible.

http://www.gateshead.gov.uk/Education%20and%20Learning/Schools/School-meals/Free-school-meals.aspx

The application form can also be found below or from the school office.

Children in Reception and Key Stage 1 are automatically entitled to a free school lunch; however registering your child for free school meals will entitle them to extra support within school.

See below for how we intend to spend our Pupil Premium at Lingey House.

Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is funding provided to schools which is additional to main school funding. It is allocated according to the number of pupils on-roll who are eligible for free school meals (FSM), a smaller amount allocated according to the number of children of service families, and an allocation for each pupil who has been ‘Looked After’ (in care) for 6 months or more. In 2012, funding was extended to include pupils who have been eligible for free school meals within the past 6 years.

 

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. However, schools are to be held accountable for how they have used the additional funding to support pupils from low-income families. From September 2012, this information must be published on the school website. Please see below for information regarding how the pupils premium was spent in the last financial year, the impact of this funding, and the plans for future spending.

 

The school ensures the curriculum celebrates success and engages the local community in all events e.g., School Puzzle Day for parents/carers, The Oscars, Lingeybury (a Glastonbury Style music festival), Jubilee celebrations

 

A focus on recognising the heritage of the children has widened horizons and given the opportunity for many learning experiences – e.g., the school banner linked to the local miners’ association banner, visits to WakefieldMiningMuseum and SculpturePark, Beamish Banner Day.

 

Pupil Premium Impact 2016-17

 

The Pupil Premium Funding for 2015/2016 is £171440

 

The 2015/16 PPG will be allocated to the following projects:

 

  • Accelerated Reading
  • Effective Marking
  • Phonics/Reading Interventions
  • Targeted Intervention Work
  • Progress of Children Tracked
  • 1st Class @ Number
  • Improving Children’s Social Skills/Adult Interaction at Lunchtime
  • Attendance
  • Residential & Educational Visits
  • Peer Coaching/Mentoring
  • Music Tuition/Drama
  • Mathletics
  • Writing Project
  • Weekly SLT Monitoring of PP Provision and Book Scrutiny
  • Reaching & staying in touch with Hard to Reach Parents
  • Mathematics across the school
  • EY transition
  • Attendance officer
  • Timetable Challenge

Pupil Premium Impact Report April 15 - 16

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) for 2014/15 is £168,752

The 2014/15 PPG will be allocated to the following projects:

 

  • Accelerated Reading
  • Effective Marking
  • Phonics/Reading Interventions
  • Small Group Work
  • Progress of Children Tracked
  • 1st Class @ Number
  • Improving Children’s Social Skills/Adult Interaction at Lunchtime
  • Individual 100% Attendance Rewards & Class Attendance League
  • Residential & Educational Visits
  • Peer Coaching/Mentoring
  • Music Tuition/Drama
  • Mathletics
  • Big Writing Project
  • Weekly SLT Monitoring of PP Provision and Book Scrutiny
  • Progress Meetings
  • Dance Tuition
  • Provide PE Kit and Bag for all pupils from Y1 – Y6
  • Reaching & staying in touch with Hard to Reach Parents
  • iPads
  • Lego

Impact of Pupil Premium 2014-2015

Pupil Premium 2013/14 was £117,113

 

The PPG allocation for 2013/14 was targeted to:

 

  • Accelerated Reading
  • Lexia
  • Wellington Square
  • 1st class at numbers
  • Phonics interventions
  • Extra-curricular activities
  • Residential visits
  • Mathematic interventions
  • 1:1 booster sessions
  • Music tuition
  • Sports Coaching
  • Effective Marking

 

The impact of 2013/14 Pupil Premium Grant will be confirmed when data is available from testing

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) for 2012/13 was £77,875

The PPG allocation for 2012/13 was targeted to:

  • Accelerated Reading /updated library
  • Lexia
  • Wellington Square
  • Every Child Counts and First Class @Number
  • Phonics interventions
  • Espresso
  • Extra curricula activities
  • Residential visit
  • Educational visits
  • Big Maths
  • 1:1 Booster interventions
  • Music tuition
  • Sports Coaching

Pupil Premium Grant 2012/13 has impacted positively on vulnerable pupils. All make good progress against national averages for this group.

 

  • The percentage of pupils passing the Year 1 Phonics screening test was well above the national average, higher by 20%.
  • Pupils achieving L2b+ at Key Stage 1 is above the national average.
  • Pupils achieving L4b+ in reading and mathematics in Key Stage 2 is above national average.
  • Progress from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 is well above the national average in reading and mathematics.
  • A high proportion of pupils made ’better than’ expected progress.
  • Pupil Premium pupils have a higher APS in writing than non-Pupil Premium pupils and made better than expected progress.

 

Impact of Pupil Premium 2013-2014

Pupil Premium Grant 2012/13 has impacted positively on vulnerable pupils. All make good progress against national averages for this group.

 

  • The percentage of pupils passing the Year 1 Phonics screening test was well above the national average, higher by 20%.
  • Pupils achieving L2b+ at Key Stage 1 is above the national average.
  • Pupils achieving L4b+ in reading and mathematics in Key Stage 2 is above national average.
  • Progress from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 is well above the national average in reading and mathematics.
  • A high proportion of pupils made ’better than’ expected progress.
  • Pupil Premium pupils have a higher APS in writing than non-Pupil Premium pupils and made better than expected progress.

 

Pupil Premium 2013/14 was £117,113

 

The PPG allocation for 2013/14 was targeted to:

 

  • Accelerated Reading
  • Lexia
  • Wellington Square
  • 1st class at numbers
  • Phonics interventions
  • Extra-curricular activities
  • Residential visits
  • Mathematic interventions
  • 1:1 booster sessions
  • Music tuition
  • Sports Coaching
  • Effective Marking

 

The impact of 2013/14 Pupil Premium Grant will be confirmed when data is available from testing.

 

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) for 2014/15 is £168,752

The 2014/15 PPG will be allocated to the following projects:

 

  • Accelerated Reading
  • Effective Marking
  • Phonics/Reading Interventions
  • Small Group Work
  • Progress of Children Tracked
  • 1st Class @ Number
  • Improving Children’s Social Skills/Adult Interaction at Lunchtime
  • Individual 100% Attendance Rewards & Class Attendance League
  • Residential & Educational Visits
  • Peer Coaching/Mentoring
  • Music Tuition/Drama
  • Mathletics
  • Big Writing Project
  • Weekly SLT Monitoring of PP Provision and Book Scrutiny
  • Progress Meetings
  • Dance Tuition
  • Provide PE Kit and Bag for all pupils from Y1 – Y6
  • Reaching & staying in touch with Hard to Reach Parents
  • iPads
  • Lego

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) for 2011/12 was £41,480

The PPG allocation for 2011/12 was targeted to:

  • Accelerated Reading
  • Lexia
  • Wellington Square
  • Every Child Counts
  • Phonics interventions
  • Talking Tables
  • Espresso
  • Extra curricula activities
  • Residential visit
  • Educational visits
  • 1:1 Booster intervention

 

Pupil Premium Grant 2011/12 has impacted positively on vulnerable pupils.  All make good progress against national averages for this group.

 

  • 100% of the teaching and support staff now fully trained in the teaching of Phonics
  • Percentage of children passing the Year One Phonics screening check is above national average, higher by 7%
  • Percentage of children achieving Level 5 at the end of KS2 slightly higher than national averages in reading and Maths.
  • At the end of KS2, Performance in English, maths was well above the 2012 national average for pupils eligible for Free School Meals
  • 100% of pupils made two levels of progress in English and Maths
  • Percentage of children achieving Level 6 at the end of KS2 is higher than national average

 

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