Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium

THE PUPIL PREMIUM AT CURBAR PRIMARY SCHOOL

 

What is it?

Pupil Premium is additional funding paid to schools in respect of their ‘disadvantaged’ pupils.  These are children who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years.  It also includes those children who have been looked after continuously by the Local Authority for more than six months or who then become ‘adopted from care’.  Funding is also available for children of parents who are in the regular armed forces. 

The school receives annual funding of £1320 for Pupil Premium and £2300 for Pupil Premium Plus (LAC).

 

Why has it been introduced?

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 peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.  Whilst schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium as they see fit, we are required to publish online information about how we have used the funding and the impact that it has.

 

Our Approach at Curbar

At our school we recognise that each child is unique and will have different needs which may well vary throughout their time at our school.  We believe that children who may have barriers to learning need support to perform as well as, or better than, their peers so that they can be successful in the next stage of their education and in their future career.  High expectations and bespoke support are key to help remove the attainment gaps that can often develop between disadvantaged pupils and their peers. 

 

Some of our pupils for whom the Pupil Premium provides support are working below the level of their peers and the school needs to continuously identify and refine the most appropriate support within our Pupil Premium strategy.  There are also some pupils who are attaining at the same level or above that of their peers.  We recognise the need to provide additional support or fund opportunities for all such pupils to improve and enhance their life and educational experiences during their time at Curbar.  Our Pupil Premium strategy aims to achieve this. 

 

In 2018 – 19, the school received £6,260 in Pupil Premium funding. Please refer to the Pupil Primary Strategy March 2019 for details on how we aimed to use the 2018 – 19 funding and the impact of the previous year’s funding (2017 – 18). We aim to review the plan termly.

 

How will the school measure the impact of Pupil Premium?

Teachers formatively assess pupils on a daily basis during the lessons and use this information to plan for next steps in learning.  We ‘summatively assess’ at termly intervals throughout the year to measure attainment in reading, writing, maths and SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar).

 

Teachers, the SENCo and Head Teacher are responsible for tracking the progress and attainment of all pupils including pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium funding. Pupil Progress Meetings at the end of each half term between teachers, the SENCo and Head Teacher monitor achievement, impact of strategies to support learning and well-being and allow any concerns to be addressed. 

 

Attendance data is collected and monitored by the school on a half termly basis. 

 

Pupil Premium funding and the impact of the strategy is a regular item on the school governor meeting agendas.   

 

The school also keeps up with educational research that supports creative approaches to supporting our ‘disadvantaged’ pupils such as the Education Endowment Fund (EEF).

 

In 2018 – 19, the school received £6,260 in Pupil Premium funding.

 

 

2018 – 2019

Currently receiving free school meals

Pupil Premium

(Children who been eligible for free school meals at some point during the last 6 years)

Number of children

2

4

%

3.2

6.3

 

Please click on the link below to view the Pupil Premium Strategy for 2018 – 19 and a review of expenditure for 2017 – 2018.  Due to the small numbers of Pupil Premium children in school certain information or details are not specified to ensure that individual pupils cannot be identified.

 

PP-strategy-template-primary-March 2019

 

Pupil Premium spending plan for 2019 – 2020. Please note that this is  working document which is reviewed termly.

 

  Currently receiving free school meals Pupil Premium (Children who been eligible for free school meals at some point during the last 6 years) Pupil Premium Plus

(Looked After Children – £2300)

Total eligible pupils Total Funding
Number of children 2 4 1 5  

£7580

% of 63 children 3.2% 6.3% 1.6% 7.9%

 

 

Chosen Action Allocated budget
Staffing for Positive Play, Nurture £1716
Breakfast Club provision at 623 £300
Music tuition and equipment £300
After School Extra Time Club £200
Other tuition £100
Specific intervention £500
Tracker + and training £1050
Educational Psychology Service £555
Lunchtime weekly gardening club £400
Visits and residential visits £300
Uniform £150
Professional Development for Staff and cover £1000
Miscellaneous £100
Pupil advocates Cost neutral
Before school intervention Cost neutral
Reading volunteers Cost neutral
Total £6671

 

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
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30
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4
  • 2:30 pmSwimming, Years 3,4,5 & some 6s
  • 3:30 pmAfter School Club – The Sewing Bee
  • 3:30 pmAfter school STEM Club:
  • 3:30 pmAfter School Club – Archery
2
1
  • 3:30 pmExtra Time after School Club – 3.30 – 4.30 PM
3
4
1
  • 9:10 amShine Assembly for parents/carers 9.10 AM
5
1
  • 8:30 pmCurbar Commotion Fell Race
6
7
8
4
  • 2:30 pmSwimming, Years 3,4,5 & some 6s
  • 3:30 pmAfter School Club – The Sewing Bee
  • 3:30 pmAfter School Club – Archery
  • 3:30 pmAfter school STEM Club:
9
1
  • 3:30 pmExtra Time after School Club – 3.30 – 4.30 PM
10
1
  • 12:30 pmCluser Football competition and fun festival Y1/2
11
1
  • 9:10 amShine Assembly for parents/carers 9.10 AM
12
13
14
2
  • All DayTravel Smart Week
  • 3:40 pmParent Consultation Meetings
15
3
  • All DayTravel Smart Week
  • 2:30 pmSwimming, Years 3,4,5 & some 6s
  • 3:40 pmParent Consultation Meetings
16
2
  • All DayTravel Smart Week
  • 3:30 pmExtra Time after School Club – 3.30 – 4.30 PM
17
1
  • All DayTravel Smart Week
18
2
  • All DayTravel Smart Week
  • 9:10 amShine Assembly for parents/carers 9.10 AM
19
20
21
1
  • All DayEnterprise Week
22
5
  • All DayEnterprise Week
  • 1:05 pmAssembly at All Saints
  • 1:15 pmReception Open Day
  • 2:30 pmSwimming, Years 3,4,5 & some 6s
  • 3:30 pmAfter school STEM Club:
23
2
  • All DayEnterprise Week
  • 3:30 pmExtra Time after School Club – 3.30 – 4.30 PM
Current Date
24
2
  • All DayCluster Tag Rugby Competition and Fun Festival Years 5/6
  • All DayEnterprise Week
25
4
  • All DayEnterprise Week
  • 9:10 amShine Assembly for parents/carers 9.10 AM
  • 2:30 pmEnterprise Week Farmers market
  • 3:30 pmSCHOOL CLOSES FOR HALF TERM
26
27
28
29
1
  • 2:30 pmSwimming, Years 3,4,5 & some 6s
30
31
1
2

October 24 2019
All Day to October 25, 2019

Enterprise Week

All Day

Cluster Tag Rugby Competition and Fun Festival Years 5/6

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School Contact Details

Calver Bridge, Calver, Hope Valley.

Derbyshire, S323XA

E: enquiries@curbar.derbyshire.sch.uk

T: 01433630266

         

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