Oakwood Junior School

Pupil Premium Performance Data 2017

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Pupil Premium Action Plan 2016/2017

Number of eligible pupils 142 39.8% Pupil Premium Income £204,560

Target – Reading

To maintain the performance of pupil premium children at a higher percentage than the national non-pupil premium children at the expected standard in year 6 or be on track to reach this target in years 3 to 5.

2016 school pupil premium children 76.3%, national non pupil premium children 71.6%.

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 10%.

2016 gap between school pupil premium children and national non-pupil premium children working at greater depth was was 15%.

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Target – Writing

To convert a very high working at greater depth pupil premium standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling into a writing standard in line with, or better than, the national average gap between school pupil premium children and national non-pupil premium children in year 6 or be on track to reach this target in years 3 to 5.

2016 school pupil premium children at greater depth 42.1%, national non-pupil premium children 26.4%.

2016 gap between school pupil premium children working at greater depth and national non-pupil premium children working at greater depth was 15%. (national gap 9.7%)

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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 8% or be on track to reach this target in years 3 to 5.

2016 gap between school pupil premium children and national non-pupil premium children was 12% (national gap 18.5%)

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%.

2016 gap between school pupil premium children and national non-pupil premium children working at greater depth was was 6.7%. (national gap 11.4%)

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Additional spending – self esteem raising

Action Money Allocated Success Criteria (for the combined actions)
• Social skills, listening and concentration groups in years
3 and 6
£1292 Increased opportunity for pupil premium
children involved to have a greater chance of
access to the curriculum.
• Physiotherapy, occupational therapy and fine motor skills
sessions.
£1077 Greater staff awareness of attachment issues.
• Three CPD sessions for whole school teaching and support
staff on attachment disorder.
£395

  • November
  • 6th - 10th - Book Fair
  • 7th - 8th - Parents Evening
  • 8th - Smoothie bike
  • 14th - Basketball - Noel Baker 3:30pm
  • 15th - Jeff Rich drum workshop
  • 17th - Children in Need Day (£1 suggested donation)
  • 20th - Gymnastics Coaching 3:30pm
  • 20th - Basketball WOW day (yr 5 & 6)
  • 21st - BCyberwise E-Safety Workshop Yr5
  • 22nd - BCyberwise E-Safety Workshop Yr6
  • 24th - Inset Day
  • 28th - Holocaust Centre Trip
  • December
  • 4th - Flu immunisations (yr 3 & 4)
  • 6th - Christmas Fair - afterschool
  • 12th - School Theatre trip Peter Pan
  • 13th - Xmas Jumper Day (£1 suggested donation)
  • 15th - Mayan Day (yr5)
  • 19th - Church 11am (parents are invited, meet at church)
  • January
  • 3rd - INSET Day
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