Pupil Premium

 

Tolworth Infants School

Pupil Premium Grant 2016/2017

Pupil premium is a grant allocated to schools from The Department of Education to support children from families with the lowest income. Pupil Premium is not allocated to individual students, the school receives the grant and decides how best to spend it to help children from the most deprived background achieve their full potential.

Summary of pupil on roll and pupil premium grant funding 2016/2017

Total number of pupils on roll (Autumn census 2016)

Total on roll - 320

Total in Nursery - 53

Total in Tolworth Two's - 6

Total in Reception - 93

Total in KS1 - 168

Total Number of pupils eligible for pupil premium grant (using the “ever 6” measure)

29

Total Pupil Premium Grant Received 2016-2017

£59,400

At Tolworth Infants our grant is used in a variety of ways.

Focus

What this does?

Small group work

This is where 2 or 3 pupils are given intensive support on a regular basis to focus on their next learning steps.

Additional Teaching Assistant Time

This provides academic and social support within their class focusing on reading, writing and maths.

Additional Teacher Time

This provides children with an opportunity to work in a small group focusing on particular areas of learning to help them achieve their next steps.  

Phonic Support Groups

Children can be supported both in and out of class with their phonic skills to help them make progress in reading and writing.

Places at TASC

This offers support for families before and after school

Places at TASC during holidays

This offers support for families during the school holidays.

Books

Children receive books as prizes during book week.

Drama Therapy

Provided by a specialist

Extracurricular  clubs

Provides funded places at clubs like tennis, yoga and art

Occupational Therapy

Children follow a specific program delivered by a trained TA to support development

Additional Resources

Practical resources to support learning in Early Years and Key Stage 1

Social Skills Groups

Children follow a specialised program that helps develop their social skills.

Children’s and Families coordinator.

Offers advice and support to lots of families.

Oscar the reading dog.

A Pets as Therapy dog listens to children read, this helps develop their love and confidence in reading.

The impact of Pupil Premium expenditure is measured through

  • Data Analysis-tracking attainment and progress
  • Analysis of pupil attitudes and pupil voice
  • Tracking of intervention groups
  • Progress meetings with class teachers.

End of reception.

Good Level of development

Tolworth Infants

National Average

Cohort

 

 

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Year 1 Phonics Screening Check

Working at Expected level

Tolworth Infants

National Average

Cohort

 

 

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 KS1 pupils Summer 2017

Reading

Working at +

Cohort

 

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Writing

Working at +

Cohort

 

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Maths

Working at +

Cohort

 

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Pupil Premium 2014/2015  
Pupil Premium 2015/2016  
Pupil Premium 2016/2017