Pupil Premium

Please click on the images below to assess the Pupil Premium Expenditure Reports over the past 4 years.

Current School Context (2020 – 2021):

Hindsford CE Primary has pupils known to be eligible for free school meals above National (2016: School=34.9%, 2017: 32.4%, 2018: 29.4%, 2019: 33.7% & 2020: 35.8%).

The school is committed to its shared vision ‘REACH’ (for every child to reach their potential) and to ‘LIVE LIFE IN ALL ITS FULLNESS (John 10:10). It also has a school motto of,  ‘OUR BEST, ALWAYS EVERYWHERE!’ This is regardless of the background or social/economic status of the pupil.

How many Pupil Premium Pupils do we currently have at Hindsford CE Primary School? (Updated January 2021)

Below is a breakdown of how many pupil premium puils we have across the school. In summary:

* 35.8% (73/204) of pupils who attend Hindsford are in receipt of Pupil Premium Funding.

* 33.0% (35)  of these pupils are Females and 38.7% (38) are Males.

* 2.7% (2) are EAL Pupils.

* Out of the 73 Pupil Premium Pupils, 21.9% (16) of these pupils are also on the SEN Register.

What are the main barriers to learning at Hindsford and how is funding used to help remove these?

The school uses pupil premium funding to ensure that any barriers to learning are removed so that all pupils are given the same chances and opportunities to succeed in school and life beyond Hindsford. “Fair is not everyone having the same but everyone getting what they need in order to be successful.” As a school, Hindsford has identified some key barriers of learning for pupils in receipt of pupil premium at Hindsford. These are as follows:

  • Low Attendance
  • Poor Punctuality
  • Social Behaviour (Unable to follow school rules, attitude to other peers/ teacher etc.)
  • Emotional Behaviour (Unable to manage own emotions, sustain friendships etc.)
  • Attitude to Learning – Low Attainment – Frustration with work etc.
  • Low Aspirations
  • Lack of Home Support
  • Limited Life Experiences
  • Poverty (Living Conditions, Diet, Clothing etc.)
  • Turbulent Home Life
  • Specific SEN Need

The impact that Covid-19 has had on pupils is also currently a barrier to learning. This is being both addressed via both the use of Pupil Premium Funding and Catch-Up Funding.

How are Pupil Premium children assessed and monitored at Hindsford?

At the end of each term, all pupils are assessed against the year group standards. Results obtained from these assessments are recorded on a class tracker and shared with members of the senior leadership team. Both the attainment and progress of all pupils are discussed during pupil progress meetings.

On each class tracker, a filter has been programmed which allows staff and senior leaders to quickly obtain performance data for pupil premium children. After each assessment period, a report is produced by the assessment lead, which identifies the attainment and progress of pupil premium children compared to both non-pupil premium and national. This  to ensure that any gaps are being diminished.

This report is shared with the governing body.

How well did Pupil Premium Pupils do at the end of  Reception in 2019 & as teacher predicted in March 2020?

GLD School All 2019 (26 Pupils): 73.1% / GLD School All 2020 (30 Pupils): 70.0%

GLD National All: 72.0%

GLD School Other 2019 (20 Pupils): 78.0% / GLD School Other 2020 (17 Pupils): 76.5%

GLD School PP Pupils (6 Pupils): 50.0% / GLD School PP Pupils 2020  (13 Pupils): 53.8%

 

How well did Pupil Premium Pupils do in Phonics at the end of Year 1 in 2019 & as test taken in December2020?

Phonics School All 2019 (29 Pupils):  82.8% / Phonics School All 2020 (26 Pupils):  80.8%

Phonics National All: 82.0%

Phonics School Other 2019 (21 Pupils): 85.7% / Phonics School Other 2020 (20 Pupils): 88.9%

Phonics PP Pupils (8 Pupils): 75.0% / Phonics PP Pupils 2020 (6 Pupils): 62.5%

 

How well did Pupil Premium Pupils do at the end of KS1 in 2019 & 2020 as teacher predicted in March 2020?

READING EXPECTED

School 2019 All: 74.2%   (National 2019: 75.0%)  / School All 2020: 67%

School PP Pupils (9 Pupils) 2019: 77.8%  / School PP Pupils 2020 ( 13 Pupils): 53.8%

School Other (22 Pupils) 72.7% / School Other (17 Pupils) 76.5%

READING GREATER DEPTH

School All 2019: 22.6% (National 2019: 25.0%) / School All 2020: 37.0%

School PP Pupils (9 Pupils) 2019: 11.1% / School PP Pupils 2020 (13 Pupils): 7.7% /

School Other (22 Pupils) 2019: 27.3% / School Other 2020 (17 Pupils): 29.4%

 

WRITING EXPECTED

School All 2019: 71.0%   (National 2019: 69.0%) / School All 2020: 67.0%

School PP Pupils (9 Pupils) 2019: 66.8% / School PP Pupils 2020 (13 Pupils): 46.2%

School Other (22 Pupils) 2019: 72.7% / School Other 2020 (17 Pupils): 82.4%

WRITING GREATER DEPTH 

School All 2019: 16.1%   (National 2019: 15.0%) / School All 2020: 20.0%

School PP Pupils (9 Pupils) 2019: 11.1% / School All 2020: 7.7%

School Other (22 Pupils) 2019: 18.2% / School Other 2020 (17 Pupils): 29.4%

MATHS EXPECTED

School All 2019: 71.0%   (National 2018: 71.0%) / School All 2020: 67.0%

School PP Pupils (9 Pupils) 2019: 77.8% / School PP Pupils (13 Pupils) 2020: 46.2%

School Other (22 Pupils) 2019: 68.2% / School Other (17 Pupils) 2020: 82.4%

MATHS GREATER DEPTH

School All 2019: 12.9%   (National 2019: 22.0%) / School All 2020: 23.3%

School PP Pupils (9 Pupils) 2019: 0.0% / School PP Pupils (13 Pupils) 2020: 7.8%

School Other (22 Pupils) 2019: 18.2% / School PP Pupils (17 Pupils) 2020: 35.3%

 

How well did Pupil Premium Pupils do at at the end of KS2 in 2019 & 2020 as teacher predicted in March 2020?

 

 

READING EXPECTED

School All (28 Pupils) 2019:  78.6%  APS=104  (National 2019: 73.0% APS=104) / School All (30 Pupils):  30.0%

 School PP Pupils (8 Pupils) 2019: 62.5% APS=98 (National Other 2019: 78.0%% APS=105) / School PP Pupils (15 Pupils) 2020:  60.0%

School Other (20 Pupils) 2019: 85.0% APS=106 (National Other 2019: 78.0% APS=105) / School Other Pupils (15 Pupils) 2020:  100.0%

READING GREATER DEPTH

School All (28 Pupils) 2019: 28.6% (National 2019: 27.0%) / School All (30 Pupils) 2020: 37.0%

School PP Pupils (8 Pupils) 2019: 12.5% / Up by 8.6% from 2018 (National Other 2019: 31.0%) / School PP Pupils (15 Pupils) 2020: 13.0%

School Other (20 Pupils) 2019: 35.0% (National Other 2019: 31.0%) / School Other (15 Pupils) 2020: 60.0%

 

 

WRITING EXPECTED

School ALL (28 Pupils): 82.1%  (National 2019: 78.0%) / School All (30 Pupils) 2020: 76.7%

School PP Pupils (8 Pupils): 62.5% (National 2019 Other: 83.0%) / School PP Pupils (15 Pupils) 2020: 60.0%

School Other (20 Pupils): 90.0% (National 2019 Other: 83.0%) / School Other (15 Pupils) 2020: 93.3%

WRITING GREATER DEPTH

School All (28 Pupils): 32.1% (National 2018: 20.0%) / School All (30 Pupils) 2020: 23.3%

 School PP Pupils (8 Pupils): 12.5% / Up by 8.6% from 2018 (National Other 2019: 24.0%) / School PP Pupils (15 Pupils) 2020: 6.7%

School Other (20 Pupils): 40.0% (National Other 2019: 24.0%) / School Other (15 Pupils) 2020: 40.0%

 

 

 

 

SPAG

School All (28 Pupils): 86.0%  APS=107 (National 2019: 78.0% APS=106)

School PP Pupils (8 Pupils): 67.0%  APS=103(National 2019 Other: 83.0% APS=107)

School Other (20 Pupils): 85.0% APS=109 (National 2019 Other: 83.0% APS=107)

SPAG GREATER DEPTH

School All (28 Pupils): 46.0% (National 2019: 36.0%)

Schoo PP Pupils (8 Pupils): 25.0% (National Other 2019: 41.0%)

School Other (20 Pupils): 55.0% (National Other 2019: 41.0%)

 

 

 

MATHS EXPECTED

School All (28 Pupils):  85.7%  APS=106   (National 2019: 79.0% APS=105) / School All (30 Pupils) 2020: 80.0%

School PP Pupils (8 Pupils): 75.0%  APS=105  (National 2019 Other: 84.0% APS=106) / School PP Pupils (15 Pupils) 2020: 66.7%

School Other (20 Pupils): 90.0% APS=107 (National 2019 Other: 84.0% APS=106) / School Other (15 Pupils) 2020: 93.3%

MATHS GREATER DEPTH

School All (28 Pupils): 25.0%  (National 2019: 27.0%) / School All (30 Pupils) 2020: 20.0%

School PP Pupils (8 Pupils): 37.5% / Up by 8.6% from 2018 (National Other 2019: 31.0%) / School PP Pupils (15 Pupils) 2020: 13.3%

School Other (20 Pupils): 20.0% (National Other 2019: 31.0%) / School Other (15 Pupils) 2020: 26.7%

 

 

 

COMBINED EXPECTED

School All (28 Pupils) 2019: 75.0% / School All (30 Pupils) 2020: 76.2%

School PP Pupils (8 Pupils) 2019: 62.5% / School PP Pupils (15 Pupils) 2020: 60.0%

School Other (20 Pupils) 2019: 80.0% / School Other (15 Pupils) 2020: 93.3%

COMBINED GREATER DEPTH

School All 2019: 11.0% / School All (30 Pupils) 2020: 6.7%

School PP Pupils (8 Pupils) 2019: 12.5% / School All (15 Pupils) 2020: 6.7%

School Other (20 Pupils) 2019: 10.0% / School Other (15 Pupils) 2020: 6.7%

 

How much progress did Pupil Premium Pupils make at the end of the KS2 in 2019?

Reading All 2019: +0.5  / Reading All 2020: 96.7% of all pupils made expected progress or more.

Reading PP Pupils: -2.2  / Reading PP Pupils (15 Pupils) 2020: 100% of pupils made expected progres or more. (6 PP Pupils exceeding)

 

Writing All 2019: +2.3  / Writing All 2020: 96.7% of all pupils made expected progress or more.

Writing PP Pupils: +0.1 / Writing PP Pupils (15 Pupils) 2020: 100% of pupils made expected progres or more. (6 PP Pupils exceeding)

 

Maths All 2019: +2.3 / Maths All 2020: 96.7% of all pupils made expected progress or more.

Maths PP Pupils 2019: +4.1 / Maths PP Pupils (15 Pupils) 2020: 100% of pupils made expected progres or more. (8 PP Pupils exceeding)