KSIBS Primary School

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-17

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-17

2016/2017 Projected Allocation = £86,935                                       Jan 2017 PP Primary 43%, Secondary 53%

 

At King Solomon International Business School we aim to achieve outstanding outcomes for all of our students through an engaging, enriching and challenging curriculum. We believe that the needs of our disadvantaged pupils should be considered on an individual basis to provide individualised support and intervention linked to their specific needs.  When students arrive at King Solomon International Business School there is already an attainment difference between our disadvantaged and other students and we work to remove this difference by increasing aspirations, removing any barriers to learning and building links with parents that enable them to work with us to promote more rapid progress. All strategies will contribute to the school vision of education excellence and character development for all students.

The following statements summarise our key strategies that have an impact upon improving the progress made by our disadvantaged students:

CURRICULUM and ASSESSMENT

  • A broad curriculum that clearly links theories and skills to real life contexts and examples.
  • A focus upon improving the level of challenge in lessons for all students.
  • High academic expectation of all students.
  • Aspirational targets that are reviewed at regular intervals.
  • Regular assessment that provides clear and structured feedback as to how students can make rapid sustained progress in all year groups and in all subjects.
  • A focus upon providing regular opportunities for students to respond to marking in lessons to ensure they are able to use this advice to make further progress.
  • Individualised interventions using the detailed information from these assessments to help each student achieve their specific needs.
  • Targeted intervention for identified students in core subjects after school on a Thursday and Friday.
  • Focus on outstanding teaching across the school and the clear impact this has upon pupil progress.

HOME LEARNING and PARENTAL ENGAGEMENT

  • Home learning that develops independent research skills.
  • Home learning student support that includes a home learning club where students have a safe and positive environment to complete this work with the support of teaching staff (and access to ICT).
  • Daytime and evening subject specific parent workshops and support that equip parents to support with home learning.
  • Opportunities for parents to meet with school leaders to feedback on student reports and the data provided.
  • Development of a website that provides resources to support home learning.
  • Parent questionnaires that enable us to listen to the voice of our parents and respond to their needs to break down barriers to learning.
  • Parent workshops to develop the necessary skills to support with improving student behaviour.

LITERACY and NUMERACY

  • Literacy programmes led by our literacy co-ordinator that enable all students to improve their own literacy including a daily literacy lesson for all students.
  • Literacy and numeracy referral systems leading to targeted intervention.
  • Numeracy support from the numeracy co-ordinator and mathematics staff to develop clear and consistent methods in all subjects.
  • Small group sizes for less able students to provide more opportunities for individual and small group support.
  • The recruitment of outstanding quality subject specialists in Maths, English and Science including a Mathematics specialist Higher Level Teaching Assistant.
  • High quality learning and revision resources available for all subjects.

LEADERSHIP and MANAGEMENT

  • Quality assurance of all department strategies and interventions through regular line management.
  • At least half termly work scrutiny and learning walks to closely monitor whether all students are receiving the necessary support and guidance to make rapid progress. Frequency increased if concerns are raised.
  • Regular whole school collection of student data to provide an overview and monitor the progress of all student groups.
  • Standardisation meetings before data collection to ensure the consistency of this data and intervention periods following each data collection to provide rapid targeted support where needed (students, staff, student groups, subjects).
  • All staff are accountable for the progress of students.
  • Pupil Premium Champion (MY SLT) to raise the profile of this group of students and their specific needs to staff.

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT and WELFARE

  • Opportunities to lead, serve on school council, organise charity events, perform and represent the school in a wide range of activities regardless of their background.
  • Free musical instrument lessons to develop musical creativity.
  • Careers and education pathways advice that broaden student’s choices to consider.
  • Individualised guidance during GCSE and Post 16 options processes to ensure that student choices are not limited by lack of understanding or the previous experiences and choices of those that are close to them.
  • Weekly themes for assemblies and tutorials that broaden student’s experiences of British values, career pathways, other religions and cultures as well as social and charitable campaigns.
  • The weekly themes also promote the development of leadership, organisation, resilience, independence and communication which build into a programme to raise each student’s future employability (the Edge).
  • Improving health and wellbeing are also included and these tie into the school’s development of its catering service to promote and improve healthy eating

BEHAVIOUR

  • High expectations of behaviour and positive contribution to school life with a wide range of support structure to enable students to improve their own behaviour for learning.
  • High expectations of attendance and punctuality with a wide range of effective strategies to help students understand why these are important and then make improvements if they do not meet them.
  • A culture of rewards and praise such as subject praise texts and postcards sent weekly, subject star of the week display boards, rewards points for positive contributions to lessons and school life and rewards trips for students showing improved progress.
  • Students involved in the school council help to develop the positive attitudes to learning descriptors and rewards system.

The Pupil Premium policy will be reviewed in July 2017.

Measurable Outcomes: Progress and Attainment

The reduction of any progress differences between Pupil Premium and Non Pupil Premium students across all subjects within the school (all year groups) – all differences in school to be less than 10%

Measurable Outcomes: Attendance

The reduction of any differences between Pupil Premium and Non Pupil Premium students across all year groups – all differences to be less than 2% (national 2.2%)

Tracking of PP Fund Expenditure

All pupil premium funding will be tracked at a pupil level to ensure that all students gain access to the individual funding that they are entitled to.

For example here is an extract from our tracking system showing which students benefitted from an event or initiative funded by the Pupil Premium. It will also calculate the estimated amount of funding that each student has directed towards them to ensure that all students benefit from their funding.

    £3000 £540 £9000 £2100 Total cost of activity
First Name Gender Expenditure per student Activity 1 Activity 2 Activity 3 Activity 4
Student 1 F £386 1 1
Student 2 M £650 1 1
Student 3 M £386 1 1
Student 4 F £386 1 1
Student 5 M £489 1 1 1
Student 6 F £286 1 1
  11 26 13 14 Number of PP students involved
22 51 24 25 Total number of students involved
  50% 50% 54% 56% % of PP students involved

 

Monitoring and Evaluation

The Director of Teaching and Learning will have overall responsibility for the strategic oversight of Pupil Premium and Literacy/Numeracy Catch Up provision and for the monitoring and evaluation of provision. Working with other members of the Senior Leadership Team, they will:

  • Ensure that data systems ensure all school leaders can track the progress of Pupil Premium and Literacy/Numeracy Catch Up students;
  • Ensure that the needs of all pupil Premium and Literacy Catch Up students are met with an appropriate curriculum, appropriate interventions, and other strategies to narrow the achievement difference;
  • Ensure that there are effective opportunities in place for Gifted and Talented Pupil Premium students.

 

Reporting

It will be the responsibility of the Head of Secondary working with the Director of Teaching and Learning (Pupil Premium Champion) to produce termly reports for the Governing Body Learning Committee. These will report on:

  • The progress made towards narrowing the difference, by year group, for socially disadvantaged students.
  • An outline of the provision that was made since the last report and the impact on student outcomes.
  • An evaluation of the cost effectiveness, in terms of the progress made by the students receiving a particular provision, when compared with other forms of support.
  • The Governors of the school will ensure that there is an annual statement to parents on how The Pupil Premium funding has been used to address the issue of narrowing the achievement difference for socially disadvantaged students. This task will be carried out within the requirements published by the Department for Education and will appear on our school website.
  • Governors will nominate a Pupil Premium Governor who will monitor provision between termly reports.

Impact of Pupil Premium Spending 2015-2016

Pupil Premium Students achieving at least expected progress Non Pupil Premium Students achieving at least expected progress Progress Difference
Maths 69% 68% 1%
English 71% 86% 15%

Note that the proportions of students making expected progress in both Maths and English are in line with national figures for “all pupils”.

Pupil Premium Students attendance Non Pupil Premium attendance Attendance Difference
All 93.7 96.3 2.6%

Summary of Pupil Premium Spending 2015-2016 £59 349

Expenditure Amount
Enrichment     10,349
Teaching and learning resources (eg staff training, revision and online materials)     10,060
Teaching assistants and support staff     42,713
Student support (eg trips)       2,175
Additional funding from Unrestricted funds –     5,948
Total     59,349

 


Planned Expenditure for 2016-17 based upon our key statements above

Category Action Led by Measurable Outcome to Improve for PP students Expected Cost
Attendance and Punctuality Support of uniform costs DMO Attendance 500
Enrichment Free music lessons MYA Progress and Engagement 2500 Strings

900 Woodwind

Enrichment Keyboard Club MYA Progress and Engagement 500
Enrichment Guitar Club MYA Progress and Engagement 500
Enrichment Dance Club MYA Progress and Engagement 300
Enrichment School Choir Leader MYA Progress and Engagement 450
Enrichment Additional Sports Clubs MYA Progress and Engagement 600
Enrichment Goal posts for Year 7 football home matches (KNA) KNA Involvement in football club 300
Curriculum and Enrichment Minecraft Education Version (RFO) RFO Progress in History 600
Enrichment Super Saturdays DDU Engagement 2500
Enrichment Sky Sports Mentor Programme KNA Behaviour Free
Enrichment Facilitating participation in competitions and events off of school site eg drama, language competitions MYA Behaviour and Engagement 500
Enrichment General cost of trips support MYA Participation 500
Enrichment Subsidy of trip to France MYA Participation 400
Parental Engagement Parental College –parent workshops equipping parents to support learning and behaviour at home TDA Attendance and behaviour 22,000
Home learning Development of VLE and resources provided in Computer Science

 

DDU Quality of home learning 500
Literacy Accelerated Reading Programme GCR Reading age, English progress 500
Numeracy and Literacy Additional funding towards Y7 catch up for PP students MYA Progress Eng and Ma 20,900
Mathematics Revision resources and home learning – mymaths MYA Maths progress 900
Parental Engagement Parent transport to school events (including parents evenings, parental engagement events, celebration events) TH Parent attendance at school events 500
Rewards and Praise End of term rewards trip for attendance and positive attitudes to learning DDU Students accessing these trips 500
Rewards and praise Rewards for engagement and increased effort in initiatives used to improve progress, behaviour and attendance DDU Improved outcomes 500
Teaching and Learning Primary teaching assistant additional hours to focus upon numeracy and literacy of students with below age related expectations. BOY Progress data, improved outcomes 9 500
Positive Behaviour Supporting positive behaviour in the secondary school 20,085
TOTAL     £86,935

 

 

 

 

 

Staff Application for Pupil Premium Funding

Name of staff Date of application
Title of Activity/Resource  

 

Description of Activity/Resource
Number of students involved Number of pupil premium students involved

(Please attach a full list of students)

Breakdown of costs:

Cost Description Cost Proposed income from students Income
   
   
   
Total Cost   Total Income  

 

Total amount of pupil premium funding requested:

 

 
Equivalent amount requested per PP students involved:

(total PP fund requested ÷ number of PP students)

 

 

Impact upon pupil premium students:

Measurable impact By when?
Education Excellence
Character Development

 

Signed: __________________________                           Print Name: _______________________

 

Application: approved/not approved (delete as appropriate)      Amount approved: £ ____________

 

Approval made by

Signed: __________________________                           Print Name: ________________________

Director of Teaching and Learning

Impact of Pupil Premium Funding Report

(to be completed following any activity/resource funded by PP budget)

Name of staff Date of application
Title of Activity/Resource  

 

Description of Activity/Resource
Number of students involved Number of pupil premium students involved

(Please attach a full list of students)

Breakdown of costs:

Cost Description Cost Proposed income from students Income
   
   
   
Total Cost   Total Income  

 

Total amount of pupil premium funding approved:

 

 
Equivalent amount approved per PP students involved:

(total PP fund requested ÷ number of PP students)

 

 

Impact upon pupil premium students:

Measurable impact Further action required?
Education Excellence
Character Development