Sports Premium Funding

Amount Allocated £9473.00
ActionPlan and Impact Document

OBJECTIVE – to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and Sport in Primary Schools against 5 Key Indicators:

  • The Engagement of ALL Pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting health active lifestyles
  • The profile of PE and Sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  • Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport
  • Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  • Increased participation in competitive Sport

At Baytree the school motto is ‘Making the Most of Every Day’.  This vision ensures that all staff at school actively promote and encourage sporting activities for ALL pupils.  Great time and care is placed on ensuring that pupil’s individual needs are met and this personalisation leads to greater impact as it is proactive, purposeful and relevant to the pupils at Baytree.

End of 2015-16 priorities:

 

  • Continual Inter and Intra Sporting Activities
  • Staff Training in Sherborne Movement to enhance learning and engagement for all pupils
  • Staff Training in Rebound Therapy to increase opportunities for appropriate pupils
Outcome IndicatorSchool Focus/Planned
IMPACT on pupils
Actions to AchieveActual FundingEvidenceActual Impact (following review) on PupilsSustainability/Next Steps
1Ensure continued links with local leisure centre for Secondary/Post 16 – encourage communication and independenceWeekly visits to Hutton Moot – various classes doing a variety of activities

Encourage Healthy snacks

Specified PE timetabled and specific to individual needs
£926 Promoting opportunities to develop and strengthen pupil’s confidence to access sporting activities outside of the school environment – feedback from pupils and during annual reviewsEvaluate input etc at the end of the year. Use WWW and EBI to govern future action plan and NEXT STEPS
2Increase opportunities and number of sporting experiencesLinks with other special schools, coaches and clubs

Adhoc employment of specialist PE teacher to lead intra/inter events and lead group sessions modelling Best Practice
£1747.91Pupils accessing a variety of sporting activities throughout the year.

Staff confidence increasing and more opportunities embedded into class timetables
Staff questionnaire at the end of the year to gauge areas for further CPD and support
3Increase the range and expertise of staff to lead and implement a variety of sporting activitiesStaff training in Sensory Processing

Specialist input from Sensory OT

Train staff in Sherborne Movement and Rebound Therapy
£8128.36


£1200

£1000



£900
Assessment Reviews

Teacher Appraisal

Learning Walks
Pupils making G/O progress across all Keystages

Staff utilising new skills and can be seen embedded in timetables

Greater personalisation on evidence for individual needs – learning walks/observations
At the end of the academic year review sensor processing input – WWW and EBI – devise a new action plan accordingly.

Ensure a CPD log is tracked to ensure that staff continue to have all of the training that they need to undertake certain activities
4Increase trained members of staff in appropriate sporting activities. To build and maintain links with other schools and clubs to increase access and opportunitiesClass Teams offer a range of sporting activities through having trained staff

Proactively find and use a variety of activities and opportunities to engage and motivate pupils – Horse Riding, Tai Chi
Transport Costs £240 p.aPupils accessing variety of sporting activities in different environments and context (promoting communication and independence)Evaluate input etc at the end of the year. Use WWW and EBI to govern future action plan and NEXT STEPS.
5Use links with other Special SchoolsTake part in UWE Table Cricket Activity

Engage pupils in intra Table Cricket through use of Cricket Coach

Multi Sports events led by Jane Hawks SSCO with New Siblands

Actively work with other Special Schools to improve and increase the sporting provision
£175Pupils accessing variety of sporting activities in different environments and context
(Promoting communication and independence)
Make more links with local clubs to promote sport outside of the school setting

Introduce yearly intra and inter competition schedule

TOTAL SPENT £13417.27 (overspend of £5300.27)

We have supported this overspend from the Training Budget

Pupil Premium 2018 – 19

 2014 – 152015 – 162016 – 172017 – 182018 – 19
No. Of Eligible Pupils1714141010
Funding Received£18210£17520£17875£11470£11870
Allocation of Pupil Premium

Baytree has a higher than average proportion of pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium.

Raising the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and closing the gap with their peers; and
Pupil Premium Grant provides funding for two policies:

Supporting children and young people with parents in the regular armed forces

 Pupil Premium Per pupil
Disadvantaged Pupils
Ever 6 FSM | Year Group R – 6
Ever 6 FSM | Year Groups 7 – 11
Looked After Children LAC
Children adopted from care under the Adoption and Children Act 2002 1 and children who have left care under a Special Guardianship or Residence Order
Service Children
Ever 4 Service Child or in receipt of a child pension from the Ministry of Defence

Ever 6 FSM

  • The Pupil Premium for 2018-2019 will include pupils on the January 2018 School Census known to have been eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) in any of the previous six years, as well as those first known to be eligible at January 2018.
  • For the purposes of these grants conditions, “Ever 6 FSM” means those pupils recorded on the January 2018 School Census who were recorded as known to be eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) on any of the termly censuses since Summer 2011, including the January 2018 School Census.

Children Adopted From Care

  • The Pupil Premium for 2018-2019 will include pupils recorded on the January 2018 School Census and Alternative Provision Census who were looked after by an English or Welsh local authority immediately before being adopted or who left local authority care on a special guardianship order or child arrangement order (previously known as a residence order). These are collectively referred to as post-LAC in these conditions of grant.

Ever 5 Service Child

  • For the purposes of these grant conditions, “Ever 5 Service Child” means a pupil recorded on the January 2018 census who was eligible for the Service Child premium in any of the previous 4 years (i.e. since the January 2013 School Census) as well as those recorded as a Service Child for the first time on the January 2018 Census.
  • Terms on which Pupil Premium Grant is allocated to schools
  • The grant may be spent in the following ways for the purposes of the school; i.e.
  • for the educational benefit of pupils registered at that school
  • for the benefit of pupils registered at other maintained schools or academies
  • on community facilities, e.g. services whose provision furthers any charitable purpose for the benefit of pupils at the school or their families, or people who live or work in the locality in which the school is situated
  • The grant does not have to be completely spent by schools in the financial year beginning 1 April 2018; some or all of it may be carried forward to future financial years.

Planned Expenditure for 2018 – 19

  • Contribution towards further developing the specialist sensory integration environment.  Which enables pupils to develop increased sensory regulation.
  • Personalisation and supporting pupils to make best progress in their learning through differentiation remain the key priorities for the spending of this grant. Examples of work started and planned include:
  • Continue to expand Baytree Orchestra. Purchase of technological equipment to enable pupils to continue to access independent music making via technology.
  • Children’s World Puppet workshops (x 2) – inclusive project over two separate weeks with Herons’ Moor Academy, Mendip Green Primary School and Westhaven School.
  • Enrichment music workshops provided by North Somerset music service – these are incorporated within our SMSC annual programme.
  • Forest School – outdoor learning curriculum for ASD Class to develop pupil independence.
  • Specialist toys and equipment including larger outside toys / play equipment targeting specific skills to enable pupils to develop skills and make progress in their development.

Pupil Premium 2017 – 18

 2011 – 122012 – 132013 – 142014 – 152015 – 162016 – 172017 – 18
No. Of Eligible Pupils16221717141410
Funding Received£7808£13200£15565£18210£17520£17875£11470
Allocation of Pupil Premium

Baytree has a higher than average proportion of pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium.

Raising the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and closing the gap with their peers; and
Pupil Premium Grant provides funding for two policies:

Supporting children and young people with parents in the regular armed forces

 Pupil Premium Per pupil
Disadvantaged Pupils
Ever 6 FSM | Year Group R – 6
Ever 6 FSM | Year Groups 7 – 11
Looked After Children LAC
Children adopted from care under the Adoption and Children Act 2002 1 and children who have left care under a Special Guardianship or Residence Order
Service Children
Ever 4 Service Child or in receipt of a child pension from the Ministry of Defence

Ever 6 FSM

  • The Pupil Premium for 2017-2018 will include pupils on the January 2017 School Census known to have been eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) in any of the previous six years, as well as those first known to be eligible at January 2017.
  • For the purposes of these grants conditions, “Ever 6 FSM” means those pupils recorded on the January 2017 School Census who were recorded as known to be eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) on any of the termly censuses since Summer 2011, including the January 2017 School Census.

Children Adopted From Care

  • The Pupil Premium for 2017-2018 will include pupils recorded on the January 2017 School Census and Alternative Provision Census who were looked after by an English or Welsh local authority immediately before being adopted or who left local authority care on a special guardianship order or child arrangement order (previously known as a residence order). These are collectively referred to as post-LAC in these conditions of grant.

Ever 5 Service Child

  • For the purposes of these grant conditions, “Ever 5 Service Child” means a pupil recorded on the January 2017 census who was eligible for the Service Child premium in any of the previous 4 years (i.e. since the January 2013 School Census) as well as those recorded as a Service Child for the first time on the January 2017 Census.
  • Terms on which Pupil Premium Grant is allocated to schools
  • The grant may be spent in the following ways for the purposes of the school; i.e.
  • for the educational benefit of pupils registered at that school
  • for the benefit of pupils registered at other maintained schools or academies
  • on community facilities, e.g. services whose provision furthers any charitable purpose for the benefit of pupils at the school or their families, or people who live or work in the locality in which the school is situated
  • The grant does not have to be completely spent by schools in the financial year beginning 1 April 2017; some or all of it may be carried forward to future financial years.

Planned Expenditure for 2018 – 19

  • Contribution towards further developing the specialist sensory integration environment.  Which enables pupils to develop increased sensory regulation.
  • Specialist Sensory OT to develop and evaluate personalised sensory diets to develop self-regulation and increase readiness to learn.
  • Personalisation and supporting pupils to make best progress in their learning through differentiation remain the key priorities for the spending of this grant. Examples of work started and planned include:
  • Creating a safe padded area within a primary classroom to enable pupils to explore their environment  independently.
  • Continue to expand Baytree Orchestra. Purchase of technological equipment to enable pupils to continue to access independent music making via technology.
  • Children’s World Puppet workshops – inclusive project over two separate weeks with Herons’ Moor Academy, Mendip Green Primary School and Westhaven School.
  • Enrichment music workshops provided by North Somerset music service – these are incorporated within our SMSC annual programme.
  • Resources which enable pupils to experience a reduction in anxiety and an increase in readiness to attend or engage and develop self – regulating behaviours / routines etc.
  • Specialist balance seating for individual pupils, enabling pupils to better manage their anxiety / concentration and self-regulation.
  • Specialist toys and equipment including larger outside toys / play equipment targeting specific skills to enable pupils to develop skills and make progress in their development.
  • Specialist software to enable pupils to develop skills in accessing eye-gaze technology as part of their communication pathway.
  • Specialist equipment to support positioning and physical skills enabling children to increase their mobility and core strength.
Analysis Attainment for Pupils eligible for Pupil Premium

Overall progress of all pupils in 2016-17, shown as those eligible for Free School Meals inc Ever 6 pupils compared with those not eligible for Free School Meals (Data from CASPA analysis June 17)

Core Subjects 2016-17Above Expected ProgressExpected ProgressBelow Expected Progress
Eligible for Free School Meals inc Ever 6121
Not eligible for Free School Meals1352

We consider that taking the variance of pupil within these groups that this shows pupils who are eligible for Pupil Premium perform comparably with other pupils in school. 

Year 7 Catch-Up Premium

Year 7 Catch-Up Premium Report 2017-18

  • £3000 allocated – this was allocated against 6 eligible pupils allocated £500 per pupil recorded on the October 2017 census and recorded in the 2016 Key Stage 2 assessment data as not having achieved level 4,5 or 6 in Reading or Mathematics

Year 7 Catch-up Premium Report 2016-17

  • £3000 allocated – this was allocated against 6 eligible pupils allocated £500 per pupil recorded on the October 2016 census and recorded in the 2016 Key Stage 2 assessment data as not having achieved level 4,5 or 6 in Reading or Mathematics.

Year 7 Catch-up Premium Report 2015-16

  • £3000 allocated – this was allocated against 6 eligible pupils allocated £500 per pupil recorded on the October 2015 census and recorded in the 2015 Key Stage 2 assessment data as not having achieved level 4, 5 or 6 in Reading or Mathematics.
  •  Our current School Development includes a focus on raising standards in Reading including bespoke Inset/Support from the Learning Exchange.  This money was spent on recommended resources.  These included:
  • Progress Measures
  • Using CASPA (Comparison and Analysis of Special Pupils Attainment) progress in Reading over the academic year 2013-2014 was above expected for both these Year 7 pupils