• Sarah D. Young, Headteacher : telephone 01263 578144

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Last Update 11 February 2021

We are required to demonstrate where our Primary PE and Sport Funding is allocated each year. The funding is in place to make “additional and sustainable improvements” to the quality of PE and Sport we offer, and how we encourage Key Stage 2 pupils to engage in Healthy, Active lifestyles.


2020 Primary PE and Sport Premium Indicators

2019 – Primary PE and Sport Premium Indicators

2018 Primary PE and Sport Premium Indicators 

Sport premium 2017-18 Report

 

Last Update 11 February 2021

Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible under achievement.  These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals, those looked after by the Local Authority and the children of armed service personnel.  All schools are required to report on the amount of funding received and how this is being used.  It was first introduced in April 2011, since then the amount schools receive has increased.  Schools will receive funding based on the amount of pupils who have been eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years. The impact of the funding should also be reported.


Pupil Premium Review 2019-20

 Funding for 2019/20

The funding for Pupil Premium in 2019-20 was £99,560. 6 LAC students received the Pupil Premium Plus funding from their home local authority.

In 2019-20 the funding was spent on:

  • Delivering and evaluating strategy groups, to achieve objectives on students’ EHCPs, through the delivery of specific interventions, e.g. Fine Motor Skills, Concentration Skills, and Sensory Circuits etc.
  • Contribute to the development and funding of Inclusion Support Assistants (PSM/C&L/BESD/Cognition and Learning) and an additional member of staff to join the Inclusion Team to support students in BESD.
  • Providing 1:1 literacy and numeracy interventions by an Inclusion Support Assistant with specific responsibility for Literacy and Numeracy.
  • Accelerated reader subscriptions.
  • Additional support to students and families by the Family Support Worker.
  • Access to a Counsellor.
  • Subsidising trips and enrichment experiences for students entitled to pupil premium.
  • Subsidising reward trips.
  • Duke of Edinburgh Staffing and registration.
  • Supporting the cost of leading an Emotional and Wellbeing House day to support Children’s Mental Health.
  • Supporting pupil premium students to attend after school clubs.

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/pupilsupport/premium

To see if your child is eligible for free school meals, click here

How we spend the pupil premium:

School Year Allocated Pupil Premium
2019-2020 £99,560
2018-2019 £88,720
2017-2018 £88,720
2016-2017 £89,170
2015-2016 £94,105
2014-2015 £69,745

PUPIL PREMIUM 2018 – 2019

Pupil Premium 2017-2018

Sidestrand Pupil Premium Single Sheet Summary2

Pupil Premium Full Report 2017-2018

2016-2017 Full Report

2015-2016 Full Report

2014-15

  • Continuing Intervention and THRIVE for pupils.£62,150
  • Staff training in Signalong.£1960
  • Increased IT equipment
  • THRIVE training and equipment £2263

2013-14

  • Costs in providing intervention at each Key Stage and the development of THRIVE exceeds Pupil Premium allocation and is supplemented from school budget
  • The school has continued to sustain the Key Stage intervention posts as pupil achievement data can show real impact on the rate of achievement of identified pupils. £60, 612
  • The purchase of THRIVE programme and training of Practitioners: £12 920

2012-13

  • Creation of 3 Key Stage intervention posts £38, 251
  • Building alterations to create Key Stage 3 intervention room £2, 500
  • Impact is evidenced via achievement data and progress in reading is particularly strong.

Last Update 2 March 2020

The literacy and numeracy catch-up premium provides schools with an additional £500 for each Year 7 pupil who did not achieve at least level 4 in reading and/or maths at the end of key stage 2.

2018-19:  Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catchup report


Previous Years Funding:

2013-14 £6,500

2014-15 £6,000

2015-16 £6,500

2016-17  £10,679

2018-19    £10,500

We have been able to use this money in various ways to help the children improve in literacy and maths, for example:

  •  Additional Speech and Language
  •  Talking and Drawing sessions
  • Maths and Literacy resources, including puppets, animal counters, word games, ICT programmes and apps etc.
  • Drama workshops

We will continue to explore ways to invest this money, based on the needs of these pupils.