WOHL ILFORD JEWISH PRIMARY SCHOOL - PUPIL PREMIUM

 

At Wohl Ilford Jewish Primary School we are committed to ensuring that every child makes the best progress possible. No child or group of children should be disadvantaged due to their gender, ethnicity or family circumstances.

The Pupil Premium Grant is a Government grant which provides schools with additional money to be used for children who have been, or are, in receipt of free school meals. This is because research has shown that these disadvantaged children do not typically attain as well as their non pupil premium counterparts.

We, as a school can utilise that money in whatever way we believe will best improve the chances of success of this disadvantaged group – academic and otherwise. Support may be short term small group interventions or longer term enrichment programmes to enable the children to raise their attainment and aspirations.

The impact of the spending is tracked and analysed to ensure that the Pupil Premium Grant is spent in a targeted, beneficial way to improve the outcomes and life chances for our most vulnerable children.

Pupil Premium Grant 2014-2015 – Value for Money

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll (excl Nursery) 317
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 37
Amount of PPG received per pupil £1300
Total amount of PPG received £66,900
Actual spending £67,379.94

 

2014/2015 Programme/intervention/ support Objective Cost
Pupil counselling- Norwood To support children’s mental health and social well being. Use room – no cost
Precision teaching Maths Additional Maths teaching from HLTAs and qualified Maths specialist will close the gap in achievement between PP and non PP pupils. £16,000
Precision teachingEnglish Intervention from HLTAs and English specialist will improve attainment levels for PP pupils. £16,000
Maths and English small group booster support, Year 6 Pupils who have been identified as being on track for Level 4 and level 5 in Maths and English will receive additional  intensive support from teachers and HLTAs. £1246.38 – Maths
£1506.07 – English
Educational visits,residential trips. (Glasbury, Skeet Hill House) Pupils will experience the wider opportunities offered by the school, as part of the enrichment of National Curriculum requirements and will benefit from a wide range of practical, holistic experiences. £405
Out of School Hours Learning (OOSHL) To support those pupils lacking in confidence by providing alternative learning experiences to boost self esteem. £15
Borough advisors To support specific areas of learning identified in the SEF and to provide access and inclusion for all. £2000
Attendance EWO To support families and children in improving regular attendance. Preventative support for disadvantaged pupils with poor attendance and improving parenting skills. £225.69
Breakfast Club To offer a healthy breakfast to our most disadvantaged pupils, ensuring a positive start to the day. £1140
Toe-by-toe To support weak readers or those who struggle to decode. £1402.20
TA support In class support to offer LAP and HAP pupils individualised support and challenge. £19,500
Class teacher support To extend levels of learning and to foster pupil-lead approaches to learning. £2917.50
Pupil Premium champions Deputy Headteacher to assess data and measure impact, ensuring disadvantaged pupils are at the forefront of class teacher’s minds. £3912.99
SENCO targetted support To provide 1: 1 support for individual pupils who most benefit from intense guidance and nurturing. £1109.11

 

Pupil Premium Grant 2015-2016 – Value for Money 

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll (excl Nursery) 303
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 45
Amount of PPG received per pupil £1320
Total amount of PPG received £74,430.70
Actual spending £77,693.09

 

2015/2016 Programme/intervention/ support Objective Cost
Pupil counselling- Norwood To support children’s mental health and social well being. Use room – no cost
Precision teaching Maths Additional Maths teaching from HLTAs and qualified Maths specialist will close the gap in achievement between PP and non PP pupils. £14, 050
Precision teachingEnglish Intervention from HLTAs and English specialist will improve attainment levels for PP pupils. £14,050
Maths and English small group booster support, Year 6 Pupils who have been identified as being on track for Level 4 and level 5 in Maths and English will receive additional  intensive support from teachers and HLTAs. £1371.02 – Maths
£1656.67 – English
Educational visits,residential trips. (Kingswood, Skeet Hill House) Pupils will experience the wider opportunities offered by the school, as part of the enrichment of National Curriculum requirements and will benefit from a wide range of practical, holistic experiences. £680
Out of School Hours Learning (OOSHL) To support those pupils lacking in confidence by providing alternative learning experiences to boost self esteem. £180
Borough advisors To support specific areas of learning identified in the SEF and to provide access and inclusion for all. £1000
Attendance EWO To support families and children in improving regular attendance. Preventative support for disadvantaged pupils with poor attendance and improving parenting skills. £287.19
Free milk To ensure all pupils have access to milk, in order to support children’s health and concentration. No cost to school
Breakfast Club To offer a healthy breakfast to our most disadvantaged pupils, ensuring a positive start to the day. £3420
Toe-by-toe To support weak readers or those who struggle to decode. £7690.28
Additional comprehension/ phonics resources To embed phonics and comprehension and to consolidate learning. £850 Read Write Inc purchased March ‘16
TA support In class support to offer LAP and HAP pupils individualised support and challenge. £3972.82
Class teacher support To extend levels of learning and to foster pupil-lead approaches to learning. £3712.50
Pupil Premium champions Deputy Headteacher to assess data and measure impact, ensuring disadvantaged pupils are at the forefront of class teacher’s minds. £12,787.78
SENCO targetted support To provide 1: 1 support for individual pupils who most benefit from intense guidance and nurturing. £5959.23
Read Write Inc Developing reading and decoding skills to apply across the curriculum. £6025.60