Cage Green Primary School Cage Green Road, Tonbridge, Kent, TN10 4PT T. 01732 354325 F. 01732 369 468
Head Teacher: Mr Graeme Garthwaite, NPQH, Headteacher

Pupil Premium 2016/2017

Please click here for Pupil Premium Grant Spending Statement 2016/2017

Please click here for Pupil Premium Review for Academic Year 2015 and 2016

Please click below for information on Kent Free School Meals

https://www.cloudforedu.org.uk/ofsm/kent/ 

http://www.kent.gov.uk/education-and-children/schools/free-school-meals#tab-1

Please click below to see the Pupil Premium 2015 - 2016 Conditions of Grant

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/pupil-premium-2015-to-2016-allocations/pupil-premium-2015-to-2016-conditions-of-grant#eligibility​ 

Pupil Premium 2015/2016:

Please click below to see the breakdown for Pupil Premium Provision for 2015/2016

Pupil Premium Provision Allocation 2015/2016 

Pupil Premium Report for Academic year 2014/2015

   

Pupil Premium Allocation – 2014/15

The Pupil Premium Grant, which is additional to main funding, is designed to address the national inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM), Looked After Children (CLA) and other children’s attainment. Cage Green Primary School is committed to ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the children who need it most. Schools can decide how the Pupil Premium is spent as they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual children within their responsibility.

At Cage Green Primary School we support all of our children by providing high quality classroom teaching supplemented by interventions to support vulnerable learners as well as additional support to enable the higher ability students to achieve more than they ever thought possible.

Strategies for Raising Attainment of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium

From Year R to Year 6 the attainment of pupils is tracked and intervention strategies implemented to improve progress in the basics and for additional support in other curriculum areas.

Pupil Premium provisions, and how much the approximate predicted spend on each for 2014/15

Key Stage

Interventions

Description

Approximate Cost

Key Stage 2

Counselling/emotional support

1:1 support for pupils who need counselling/emotional support

 £11,000

All year groups

Attendance at meetings

Supporting at CAF CiN and CP

 £10,000

All Year Groups

Breakfast Club

Before school support for vulnerable pupils

  £1,200

All Year Groups

Educational Visits

One off financial support for pupils to access educational and residential visits

  £2,500

EYFS/ Key Stage 1

Music Therapy

1:1 /group support

  £1,500

All Year Groups

Pastoral support

Personalised family support

 £16,000

All Year Groups

Speech and Language Therapy

1:1 support for pupils who need speech and language intervention

  £3,500

All Year Groups

Literacy Support

Individualised support for improving standards in Reading and Writing

  £9,000

All year groups

Literacy and maths training

Training courses to support the delivery of the new English, maths and creative curriculum for staff to reach all learners

  £2,500

KS1

Phonics support

Phonics training and resources

  £1,000

All year groups

Beanstalk

Volunteer readers to read with pupils across the school

  £1,500

All year groups

Professional agencies such as Educational Psychologist

Providing advice including in reports to support learners in school.

  £4,500

All year groups

Anti bullying accreditation

Support from Kent Safe Schools ( Project Salus) to achieve Anti-bullying Accreditation

    £500

All Year Groups

Sunshine Club

Lunchtime support for vulnerable children including equipment

  £3,000

Key Stage 1

Literacy and Numeracy Support (Small Group)

Interventions to support the raising of standards in Writing and Numeracy

 £10,000  

All year groups

Staff training

Communication in Print, Clever Fingers, Lego Therapy

  £1,000

All Year Groups

Maths Equipment

Numicon equipment to support numeracy learning

     £500

All Year Groups

Equipment Fund

One off financial support for pupils to have the correct equipment for their chosen curriculum or extra-curriculum activities

   £1,200.

Phoenix Centre

Playground equipment

Playground equipment at the Phoenix Centre to support the wellbeing of children

   £7,500

All Year Groups

Playground Equipment

Equipment to support the wellbeing of vulnerable   children

   £2,000

Key Stage 2

Maths Interventions

Interventions to support the raising of standards in Numeracy

  £15 000

All Year Groups

TA Interventions

Interventions to support the raising of standards across the curriculum

  £15,000

All Year Groups

ICT Equipment

To purchase IT equipment to support learning

   £1,000

All year groups

Lunchtime clubs

Resources

      £300

Total

£121,200

How will parents know it’s working?

All children’s progress is tracked through the academic overview so we can see if the intervention is working. If your child takes part in an intervention programme, we will also measure how they are doing at the start of the programme, and at the end, so we can see the difference. If you would like information on your child’s progress at any time, please feel free to speak to the class teacher. If you are unsure whether your child is eligible for free school meals, please speak to the School Office who will be happy to assist you.

Plans for 2014/15

In the academic year 2014/15 the school received £120,000 in pupil premium funding.

With this funding the School will continue to focus specific support programmes on our vulnerable learners with the emphasis upon improving basic understanding in reading, writing and maths.