Spending and Impact Statement 2016/2017

Pupil Premium Funding for Financial Year

Pupil Premium Funding for Financial Year

Pupil Premium spending for interventions and support
 Academic Year 2016-17








Quality First Teaching Support KS1 – additional part time teacher for Year 5 and Year 6 – Maths & English



Key Stage 2 National SATs results were improved across all areas on 2016 results.  In writing 70% (+5% increase); reading 66% (+1%); maths 75% (+10% increase).  7% of all pupils achieved Greater Depth in the Combined Score compared to National level of 5%.

Quality First Teaching Interventions KS1 – additional part time teacher for Year 1 and Year 2 – Maths & English



Key Stage 1 National SATs results were improved across all areas on 2016 results.  In writing 65% (+5% increase) at Expected + and 20% (+1.25%) at Greater Depth; in reading 78.33% (+13.33% increase) and 26.67% (+11.67% increase) at Greater Depth; in maths 65% (+5% increase) and 20.00% (+20% increase) at Greater Depth.

Targeted teaching support in Maths, Reading and Writing with Year 6 children both 1:1 and small groups.



In Reading 25% (+4% increase) of Pupil Premium children achieved Greater Depth and 20% (+13% increase) of Non-Pupil Premium children achieved Greater Depth.   In Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar the average score for Pupil Premium children was 105.3 compared to 105 for National average.

Specialist maths Teaching Programme in partnership with Bishop Chanellor School


15% of Pupil Premium pupils achieved Greater Depth in maths compared to the National score of 7%.

Enrichment Music Tuition  - Ukulele, Harmonica, Violin, guitar, brass, woodwind



Providing wider opportunities and enrichment for Pupil Premium children receiving music lessons has seen attendance and attitude to learning improve; all children have had the opportunity to take part in a whole school music concert to celebrate their success which has also improved parental engagement.

School Librarian



In Key Stage 1, 70% of Pupil Premium children achieved Expected + in Reading and the difference between Pupil Premium and Non-Pupil Premium children at Greater Depth was closed with both groups of pupils achieving 30%.  In Key Stage 25% of Pupil Premium children (+4% increase) and 20% of Non-Pupil Premium children (+13% increase) achieved Greater Depth in reading. 

Translation and English as an Additional Language support and tuition for a Year 2 and Year 6 pupil.



Support for Year 2 pupil saw progress of 4 points in writing (Secure Level 1), 3 in reading (WT 98/100) and 2 in maths (WT 98/100).  Support for Year 6 pupil saw 5 points progress in writing, 3 points in reading and 3 pointe in maths. Confidence and self-esteem as well as improved social interaction with peers was also significantly increased.

Breakfast Club


Use of Pupil Premium Funding has helped support families, improve attendance and reduce the number of lates, all areas identified as barriers to learning for pupils at Hollywood and are measurable in the social wellbeing of our pupils.

Additional Education Needs enrichment  - Community Learning, FAB Club, Social Skills, Spill and Chill Club



Children in both mainstream and the school’s Resource Base receive enrichment opportunities through a range of activities and clubs lead by the school’s SENCo.  Impact on social skills, behaviour, attitude to learning and self esteem are measurable through the emotional wellbeing of these pupils.





Teaching Assistant Support in Year 5



For the target group of pupils interventions and support have seen an improvement in behaviour, attendance and attitude to learning.  The average progress for this  target group of pupils  was 5.2 points in reading, 5 points progress in writing and 4.8 points in maths. 

Speech & Language Support and Therapy



Attendance and engagement in class improved for children who had SALT interventions.  Pupil Premium children who attended made, on average, 3 points progress in reading, 4 points progress in maths and 4 pointes progress in writing.  Non-verbal communication and engagement in class improved significantly for one pupil who made significant progress in all areas.

Beanstalk Readers



Focused interventions there was a positive difference between Pupil Premium children and Non-Pupil Premium children in KS1 for expected progress in reading, averaged at +3.1 across Year 1 and Year 2.  In Year 1 100% of Pupil Premium children made Expected+ progress and 87% made greater than expected progress.  In Year 2 89.5% of Pupil Premium children made Expected+ progress and 81% made greater than progress.

Nurture and Learning Mentor Support with pupils and parents, including attendance monitoring, bereavement counselling, Rainbow Lunchtime Club, personalised Pupil Profile meetings, Positive People programme and behaviour support.



Parental engagement, identifying and supporting families and children with individual barriers to learning and improved monitoring and action saw persistent absence of Pupil Premium children fall from 16.9% in 2015/16 to 12.5% in 2016/17.   The number of “lates” across the school fell from 876 in 2015/16 to 692 in 2016/17.  The difference between attendance of Pupil Premium children and Non-Pupil Premium children reduced from 2.2% in 2015/16 to 1.8% in 2016/17.  Of the 29 children targeted for persistent absence 72.41% made improvements throughout the year with 51.72% rising to 90+%.

Malachi – family and child support



Children and families were identified and after parent meetings with the Nurture Team and PP AHT were referred to Malachi.  Family support and positive interventions lead to improved attendance, reduced lateness and improve parental engagement.

Research and Training of Pupil Premium Lead and Governor


Rigorous data analysis, tracking and monitoring or progress, attainment and attendance, introduction of Pupil Profiles has raised the profile of Pupil Premium across the School. 

Sutton Trust Action Research Collaborative Projects, run in Year 2 and with Pupil Premium children in each year group for 1 half term.



Following a Sutton Trust recommended intervention programme saw 79.7% of Year 2 Pupil Premium children make 3+ points progress in writing, with 37.5% making 4+ points progress. 




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