Red Hall

Primary School

Believe and Achieve

Pupil Premium 2015/16

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll 203
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 124
Total amount of PPG received £163,680.00
Use of the Pupil Premium 2014/2015
Item/project Cost Objective
Support for the family and pupil well-being
enabled the strengthening work of a pupil well-being team which includes;

  • Family Support Worker
  • Children’s Counsellor
  • PCSO to support Attendance
  • Learning Mentor
  • Access to behaviour support services
  • Educational Psychologist Support
£65,000
  • To establish early links with parents of children considered to be vulnerable
  • To help build expectations of parent and children and, in turn, their relationships with themselves and school
  • To provide family learning opportunities
  • To assist with improving overall attendance rates particularly persistent absences
  • To provide early intervention for pupils at risk.
Build on Reward Systems for encouraging Attendance and Punctuality. £1550
  • To motivate children and make them proactive in their own responsibilities of getting to school.
Support for learning and the curriculum
Raising Staffing Levels £45,000
  • To provide full time and consistent support in each year group, providing intervention and mentoring on a full time basis.
Develop the school’s learning hub £28,000
  • To provide intense learning and nurture support which meets the personalised needs of the pupils within the hub.
1:1 Tuition/Support for all pupils including the more able £15,500
  • To understand and identify the barriers to individual pupil’s learning.
  • To provide 1:1 and small group tuition in Maths, english and Phonics.
Improved delivery of phonics teaching and intervention £3,000
  • To raise standards in phonics and improve whole school attainment and progress in phonics.
  • To provide quality CPD in the delivery of phonics teaching.
  • To engage parents in phonics teaching.
Increase opportunity and experience
To build on outdoor learning and experiences whole school and further residential opportunities at Y6/Y4/Y3 £2,500
  • To raise confidence, establish team building qualities, social cohesion and create level of independence and to help older children to be ‘Secondary ready’.
  • To develop outdoor learning opportunities across the school.
Enrichment Programmes Development of opportunities to engage in the Arts £2,000
  • To increase motivation and engagement in learning beyond the core subjects.