Oakwood Junior School

Pupil Premium Performance Data 2017

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Pupil Premium Action Plan 2017/2018

Number of eligible pupils – 129 (37.3%) Pupil Premium Income  – £195,940

Target  – Reading

To reduce the gap between school pupil premium children and the national non-pupil premium children at the expected standard to less than 5% in Year 6 or be on track to reach this target in Years 3 to 5.

2017 school pupil premium children 71.4%, national non pupil premium children 76.6% (5.2% gap)

To reduce the gap between school pupil premium children working at greater depth compared to national non-pupil premium children working at greater depth to below 2%.

2017 the gap between school pupil premium children and national non-pupil premium children working at greater depth was 2.8% (national gap 15.1%).

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Target  – Writing

To reduce the gap between school pupil premium children and the national non-pupil premium children achieving the expected standard in writing in Year 6 to 10% or be on track to reach this target in Years 3 to 5.

2017 – gap between school pupil premium children and national non-pupil premium children at the expected standard 16.5%.

To reduce the gap between school pupil premium children and the national non-pupil premium children writing at greater depth in Year 6 to 6% or be on track to reach this target in Years 3 to 5.

2017 – the gap between school pupil premium children working at greater depth and national non-pupil premium children working at greater depth was 11.4%. (national gap 11.2%)

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Target  – Mathematics

To reduce the gap between school pupil premium children and national non-pupil premium children achieving the expected standard in mathematics in Year 6 to below 5% or be on track to reach this target in Years 3 to 5.

2017 the gap between school pupil premium children and national non-pupil premium children was 6% (national gap 17.1%)

To reduce the gap between school pupil premium children working at greater depth compared to national non-pupil premium children working at greater depth to below 5%.

2017 the gap between school pupil premium children and national non-pupil premium children working at greater depth was 7.7%. (national gap 14.1%)

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Additional spending – self esteem raising

 

Action Money Allocated Success Criteria (for the combined actions)
Social skills, emotional literacy, positive skills, listening and concentration groups in Years 3 to 6. £3000 Greater staff awareness of children with ASD.
Physiotherapy, occupational therapy and fine motor skills sessions. £1500 Increased opportunity for pupil premium children involved to have a greater chance of access to the curriculum.
CPD sessions for the whole school teaching and supporting staff on ASD. £500
Support for pupil premium children to attend trips etc. £1000
Two weekly breakfast groups supporting a small group of children who find it challenging coming into school in the mornings. £1000

  • April
  • Mon 9 — Children back to school
  • Mon 10 — Roman Day
  • Fri 13 — Maths Day
  • Wed 18 —Theatre Company
  • Thu 19 — Workhouse Southwell
  • Fri 20 — Workhouse Southwell
  • Thu 26 — Richard Felix to visit yr 3
  • May
  • Mon 7 — Bank holiday—school closed
  • Thu 10 — ZooLab closed
  • Mon 14 — SATs week for Year 6s
  • Wed 23 — Police and CSI training day for children
  • Fri 25 — Break up for half term
  • June
  • Thurs 14 — class photographs
  • Thurs 21 — Sports Day
  • Mon 25 — INSET Day
  • Wed 27 — Derby Museum Yr3
  • Thu 28 — Derby Museum Yr3
  • Fri 29 — Derby Museum Yr3
  • July
  • 3rd - Transition Day
  • 6rd - Yr 5 Eyam Trip
  • 9th - Derby Cathedral Trip
  • 11th - Summer Fair
  • 18th to 20th - Lea Green Residential Yr6
  • 23rd - Yr 4 Adventure Farm
  • 24th - Leavers Disco
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