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Pupil Premium Funding

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement

 

The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their wealthier peers, by ensuring that the fund to tackle disadvantage reaches the children who need it most. 
 
The document below, details Sudbury Primary School's Pupil Premium allocation for the following academic year. 
 
The Pupil Premium Allocation is currently calculated on the number of children on roll in receipt of Scheme of Aid children and from 2012–13 the government also included the funding for any child attending who had ever been on Scheme of Aid (Ever 6), Looked After Children and Service children on the date of the School Census. 
 
The aim of the Pupil Premium is to enable the School to target child attainment and ensure that they achieve their maximum potential. To ensure that the additional monies have the maximum impact on the targeted children, thorough analysis is carried out of the children’s academic progress against other child groupings in school and compared with national data. The funding is not spent on one particular item but is used as part of our budget and used to support several areas in school as per the table below.

 

This list is not exhaustive but gives an outline of the main areas in which monies will be spent. Monitoring of pupil progress takes place every half term. Needs are reviewed and next steps identified in parent, teacher and support staff meetings and based on children’s needs so that we can ensure that all children are given every opportunity to succeed.
 

Sudbury Primary School

Pupil Premium Results February 2020
(Assessment Point 2)

 

Due to coronavirus, we do not have assessment data available for the 2019/20 academic year, and we are unable to benchmark progress against other schools. However, we have analysed our school’s internal data from formative assessments for the period between September 2019 – March 2020 (pre lockdown) and compared children that are and those that are not eligible for Pupil Premium:

 

EYFS

AP2 2019-2020
(Feb 2020)

Children eligible for pupil premium (PP)

Children not eligible for PP

Literacy

57% (8) on target

66% (78) on target

Maths

57% (8) on target

70% (83) on target

Reading

71% (10) on target

73% (87) on target

Understanding the world

57% (8) on target

51% (61) on target

 

End of KS1

AP2 2019-2020
(Feb 2020)

Children eligible for pupil premium (PP)

Children not eligible for PP

% making expected or better than expected progress in reading

77% (10) 2W+ or above

71% (85) 2W+ or above

% making expected or better than expected progress in writing

46% (6) 2W+ or above

55% (65) 2W+ or above

% making expected or better than expected progress in maths

69% (9) 2W+ or above

61% (73) 2W+ or above

 

Year 2 Phonics Screening Check*

December 2020

Children eligible for pupil premium (PP)

Children not eligible for PP

National average

TBC

TBC

TBC

 

* Year 1 children missed the summer 2020 check because of coronavirus and therefore they will take the check during the second half of the autumn term in year 2. We will add in the results once we receive them at the end of the autumn term.

 

 

End of KS2

AP2 2019-2020
(Feb 2020)

Children eligible for pupil premium (PP)

Children not eligible for PP

% making expected or better than expected progress in reading

54% (14) 6W+ or above

68% (82) 6W+ or above

% making expected or better than expected progress in writing

35% (9) 6W+ or above

38% (45) 6W+ or above

% making expected or better than expected progress in maths

69% (18) 6W+ or above

75% (90) 6W+ or above

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Sudbury's Mission Statement

Working together in harmony to develop confident, well-educated learners with healthy minds and bodies, who are independent, resilient, motivated and committed to lifelong learning.

Sudbury's Mission Statement

Working together in harmony to develop confident, well-educated learners with healthy minds and bodies, who are independent, resilient, motivated and committed to lifelong learning.

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