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18;d' the vast majority of our families flirt with being eligible for Free School Meals (FSM). 44 % of our children are curr ently on the FSM register and 64 % have been eligible at some point in the past 6 years. We also have a
;WW all children. We feel this is right f or the ch ildren and families who attend this community school. Pup il Premium for 2012/13 71,400 how is this being used? Running Yr Total Before School Hours Breakfast Club (this club is free to all pupils) taffing : total costs for 45 minutes (8.00 8.45am) x 2x Learning Mentors x 2x LSAs x 1x Cook Food c osts per year (This will increase
with numbers) Impacting on all pupils. Mentors engage in with children. Children are fully fuelled for the day ahead. 11 500 During School Hours Two full time Learning Mentors to support children and families break through barriers to learning All children and families have access to the mentors. Dedicated FSM groups taken by mentors 61 200 Heavy subsidy for educational visits Expensive educational visits are subsidised by approximately 70%. Restorativ e Justic e Training for staff Whole school and key staff training impacting on all children. Temporary LSA for recently arrived children (to
March 2013) As required to support children. Read, Write Inc intervention RWI training and materials to support identified children. 1:1 Tuition in Year 6 Impacting on those pupils that require boosting. After School Hours Sports coaching to give free after school clubs To provide a good range of free to access after school clubs. 500 Grand total: 81 200 Page 2 To ensure that PP is spent well data is collected comparing the standards and progress of children who are on the FSM list with national statistics. We also look closely at the difference in attainment and progress between
children who are and who are not on the FSM register at our school. 2011 12 Year 6 Data shows us that: Standards taken from RAISE Table 4.1.3 % achieving L4+ (National age related standard) English Level 4+ School % National % Non FSM 74% (23 children) 88% FSM 88% (26 children) 87% FSM children out performed their non FSM friends. FSM were also above the National average. Maths Level 4+ School % National % Non FSM 100% (23 children) 89% FSM 88% (26 children) 83% FSM children were below their non FSM friends but both groups were well above the National average. Progress taken from RAISE Table
5.5.1 % achieving expected progress (2 levels through Key Stage 2 Yr3 6) English 2 levels progress School % National % Non FSM 74% (23 children) 90% FSM 88% (26 children) 87% FSM children achieving better progress than their non FSM friends and also beating the National average. Maths 2 levels progress School % National % Non FSM 100% (23 children) 89% FSM 88% (26 children) 83% FSM children were below their non FSM friends but both groups were well above the National average. You will notice that the amount coming in (71 400 is less than the total allocation spent (81,200 ).
The shortfall is covered from our main school budget.