Little Harrowden Community Primary School

Pupil Premium Expenditure

Objectives of spending: The intended outcomes for all pupils in receipt of PP funding is to narrow any gaps in achievement between PP students and non PP students, to ensure all PP students achieve to their full potential and to enhance the learning experiences for ALL the children within our school.

Overview of school (2013-2014)

 Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium (PP) received

Total number of pupils on roll

203 (Foundation – Year 6)

Percentage of children eligible for PP as of Jan 2012.

11.8%

(compared to national average of 26.2%)

 Amount of PP received per pupil

£900

Total amount of PP received

£25,731

Summary of PP spending 2013-2014

 Item/Project

Description

Proportion of budget (%)

Specialist Teacher (HM)

English and Maths booster sessions

Reading Interventions

1:1 Tuition

In class support

Additional homework support

Family Liaison

Emotional support

55%

English and Maths HA provision

Primary Maths challenge

New Guided Reading Books

‘Project X’ Reading scheme to be purchased

10%

 TA 1:1/booster groups

1:1 Reading

Small group Maths and English work

(Predominantly lead by KH)

15%

Enrichment activities

Funding towards music lessons and/or sports coaching

Funding towards school trips

Funding towards holiday club

Enrichment activities organised within school such as reading mentor system.

10%

Staff Training

Focussing on improving feedback both written and verbal and quality first teaching for ALL students.

5%

Speech and Language Sessions

Small group focussed work

(Predominantly lead by LC)

1%

Other

A small proportion of the money has been set aside for unexpected costs that may arise during the course of the year and class teachers are encouraged to bid for this money to enhance learning for all pupils within their classrooms.

 

4%

 

Last Year’s Pupil Premium Data (July 2014)

The table below shows the percentage of children who are entitled to FSM and achieved at least 2 full levels between KS1 and KS2.

Subject

Percentage of children

Reading

75%

Writing

100%

Maths

75%

This Year’s Pupil Premium Data

The table below shows the percentage of children who are entitled to FSM and are expected to achieve at least 2 full levels between KS1 and KS2.

Subject

Percentage of children

Reading

100%

Writing

100%

Maths

100%

Overview of school (2014-2015)

 Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium (PP) received

 Total number of pupils on roll

207 (Foundation – Year 6)

 Percentage of children eligible for PP as of Jan 2015.

13%

(compared to national average of 26.2%)

 Amount of PP received per pupil

£1,320

 Total amount of PP received

£35,640

Pupil Premium Summary of Spending 2014-15

 

Item/Project

Description

Proportion of budget (%)

 Specialist Teacher

(GB)

English and Maths booster sessions

Reading Interventions

1:1 Tuition

In class support

Additional homework support

Family Liaison

Emotional support

67%

English and Maths HA provision

Visits to Secondary schools to extend learning for Maths and English

Author visits

Primary Maths challenge

 Enrichment activities

Funding towards music lessons and/or sports coaching

Funding towards school trips

Funding towards holiday club

Enrichment activities organised within school such as reading mentor system.

15%

Specialist teacher intervention

Specialist teacher intervention working alongside school and home

3%

Resources and 1:1 tuition

Resources purchased to support learning in class.

1:1 tuition where appropriate delivered through school

15%

Speech and Language Sessions

 

Small group focussed work

(Predominantly lead by LC)

1%

The table below shows the percentage of children who are entitled to FSM and achieved at least 2 full levels between KS1 and KS2.

Pupil Premium Data July 15 (Year 6)

Subject

Percentage of children

Reading

100%

Writing

100%

Maths

100%

This Year’s Pupil Premium Data:

The table below shows the percentage of children who are entitled to FSM and are expected to achieve at least 2 full levels between KS1 and KS2.

Subject

Percentage of children

Reading

100%

Writing

100%

Maths

100%

For further general information regarding Pupil Premium, information on Pupil Premium spending or how to apply for Free School Meals please do not hesitate to contact Miss Buckley through the School office at any time.

The information provided below and the documents which are downloabale on the side of this page are also available in hardcopy to school visitors upon request. 

Contact Details

The name, postal address and telephone number of the school, and the name of a person to whom enquiries should be addressed is:

Mrs Jacinta Foo, Headteacher, Little Harrowden Community Primary School, School Lane, Little Harrowden, Wellingborough, Northants. NN9 5BN, Tel: 01933 677202

Admission Arrangements

Please find information about our admissions arrangements by following the NCC Admissions weblinks in the sidebar of the page.

 

Ofsted

Links to our most recent Ofsted report, Ofsted Parent View (for parent/carer feeback) and Ofsted Data Dashboard, are all accessible as links in the sidebar of the page.

Key Stage 2 Results & School Performance Tables

Information related to our Key Stage 2 Results and School Performance Tables published by the Secretary of State are held on the Department for Education's website, which can be found by using the DfE Performance Data Website link in the sidebar of the page.

A "Summary of Comparative Results" is provided as a download on the sidebar of the page.

Pupil Premium and Sports Premium

To help with the detail of each of these important aspects of our school, we have provided two special pages, one for each topic, showing a breakdown of funding and how the funding was used to benefit the children.

Please follow this link for the Pupil Premium page.

Please follow this link for the Sports Premium page.

School Curriculum

Information about our school curriculum is available here, on our Curriculum page.

Phonics & Reading

Information in relation to KS1, phonics and reading schemes are available as downloads in our Phonics Policy in the sidebar of the page.

Pupil Behaviour

Our Pupil Behaviour/Anti-Bullying Policy can be found in the sidebar of the page.

Special Educational Needs

Our policy related to Special Educational Needs, and our SEN Information Report can be found in the sidebar of the page.

http://www3.northamptonshire.gov.uk/councilservices/children-families-education/SEND/local-offer

Charging Policy

Our policy related to Charging for Edcuational Activities (etc.) can be found in the sidebar of the page.

School Ethos and Values

Our School Aims are for our children to:

  • Love Learning, Become Lifelong Learners
  • Be Happy and Healthy
  • Become Respectful and Responsible Citizens of the World
  • Develop Passions and Talents
  • Succeed: Achieve Individual Potential

Further information about our School Aims and our School Ethos can be found in the sidebar of the page.

School Uniform

We are fortunate to have an online ordering system for our school uniform.  Please click the link below to order your childs uniform and have it delivered to either school or your home address.

Click HERE to order school uniforms ONLINE

Winter Uniform

  • Red polo shirt with school emblem
  • Grey skirt/pinafore dress or trousers 
  • Navy sweatshirt or cardigan with school emblem 
  • Sensible low-heeled shoes in black or navy blue, not trainers

Summer Uniform

As above, or substitute with: 

  • Red checked or striped dresses 
  • Grey shorts 
  • Sandals must be sturdy, flat heeled and worn with socks.

We would advise that for health and safety reasons, open toed sandals are not appropriate

PE Kit

Girls:

  • White school PE t-shirt
  • Plain black shorts or black cycling shorts 
  • Tracksuit for cold weather (Yrs 1-6) 
  • Plimsolls - Trainers (Yrs 5 & 6)

Boys:

  • White school PE t-shirt 
  • Plain black shorts
  • Tracksuit for cold weather (Yrs 1-6) 
  • Plimsolls - Trainers (Yrs 5 & 6)

 

JEWELLERY

Children should NOT wear jewellery to school with the exception of one SMALL pair of stud earrings which must be removed for all PE or sporting activities. 

If children are unable to remove their own earrings, please ensure that they do not wear them on days when they will be involved in PE or sporting activities. If your child is having their ears pierced, please arrange for this to happen at the beginning of the summer holidays.

We ask that children refrain from wearing any other jewellery, with the exception of a Niamh's Next Steps wristband which children may choose to wear as a symbol of remembrance.  If your child wears a specific item of jewellery as part of their religion, a note must be sent into school informing us of this.  Please note that the school does not accept any liability for any jewellery whilst at school.

Please ensure that ALL uniform is named, including socks to ensure that your child's uniform does not get lost or find its way to the lost property box!

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