Pupil Premium

At Monkfrith a number of our children are eligible for the Pupil Premium Grant.  This money is targeted at improving outcomes for children.  

What do we receive in Pupil Premium funding?

Year 2014/5  2015/6
Total number of pupils on roll 244 303
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 33 36
Amount of PPG received per pupil £1300 £1300
Total amount of PPG received £46, 179 £49, 420

How do we spend our Pupil Premium Grant?

  • Small group tuition to suit the needs of the child – Teacher and TA led
  • 1:1 Tuition
  • Enrichment activities e.g. instrumental tuition, theatre trips
  • Subsidising school trips (both day and residential)
  • Specialist Literacy Teacher
  • Teacher and Teaching Assistant Training
  • Resources for use in specific interventions
  • Support with external clubs and activities

Progress outcomes of Pupil Premium children compared with progress outcomes of Non Pupil Premium children 2015/6.

EYFS = Good level of development
Pupil Premium Non Pupil Premium
36.5 points 36.9 points
Progress from Year1-Year 6
Pupil Premium % at Expected Standard(%Higher than Expected Standard ) Non Pupil Premium % at Expected Standard(%Higher than Expected Standard )
Writing: 67%  (0%) Writing: 77% (18%)
Reading: 67% (33%) Reading: 71% (21%)
Maths: 100% (33%) Maths: 90% (53%)
Reading, Writing and Maths: 33% Reading, Writing and Maths: 73%

How does the School make ensure we use the Pupil Premium Grant effectively?

The school’s evaluation of its own performance is rigorous. Tracking of progress over time for each pupil is thorough, and so we can quickly identify any dips and develop sensible strategies and interventions to promote improvement.

  •  A wide range of data is used – achievement data, pupils’ work, observations, learning walks, and staff, parent and pupil voice 
  • Assessment Data is collected termly so that the impact of interventions can be monitored regularly
  • Assessments are closely moderated to ensure they are accurate 
  •   Teaching staff attend and contribute to pupil progress meetings each half term and the identification of children is reviewed
  • Regular feedback about performance is given to children and parents 
  • Interventions are adapted or changed if they are not working such as on attendance and behaviour
  • The SLT maintains an overview of pupil premium spending 
  • A governor is given responsibility for pupil premium 

We use Raise Online, KS2, KS1, Phonics and EYFS data as well as whole school data (using School Pupil Tracker) to evaluate impact in terms of attainment and progress.