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Early Years Pupil Premium Spring

Carlinghow Princess Royal J, I and N School

Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) 2016-17 Academic Year Report

Spring Term

 

Number of Children Eligible for funding Spring Term 2016: 14 children

Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) Allocation for 2016/17 Spring Term was: £1335.60

 

The EYPP allocation for 2016/2017 Spring Term was targeted to:

Provide additional focussed activities led by an experienced practitioner in the Early Years Foundation Stage to ‘narrow the gap’ and improve levels of attainment across the 17 strands of learning.

100% of children in receipt of EYPP received additional support.

The table below illustrates attainment at the start of the Spring Term for the eligible children.

Strand

No of children

Below

ARE

No of children

Age Related Expectation

No of children

Above

ARE

Listening & Attention

8

6

0

Understanding

7

7

0

Speaking

6

8

0

Moving & Handling

9

5

0

Health & Self-care

5

9

0

Self Confidence and Self Awareness

6

8

0

Managing Feelings & Behaviour

7

7

0

Making relationships

7

7

0

Reading

9

5

0

Writing

9

5

0

Numbers

7

7

0

Shape, Space & Measure

8

6

0

People & Communities

7

7

0

The World

7

7

0

Technology

8

6

0

Exploring and Using Media and Materials

9

5

0

Being Imaginative

9

5

0

 

 

The low level of attainment in the majority of strands reflects that the starting point for children entering Nursery was extremely low.

 

What the funding was spent on:

Item(s)

Area of learning

Amount (£)

Bikes and scooters

Moving and Handling

£328

 

Pretend house and breeze blocks

EUMM and BI

£235

 

Sofa for the home corner

MF&B, BI and P&C

£200

 

Garage for small world

 

BI & P&C

£272

Creative resources (collage, paint, printing and modelling materials)

Exploring and Using Media and Materials and Being Imaginative

£300

 

 

Additional interventions incurring no cost:

Communication and Language approaches

Early Literacy approaches

Early Numeracy approaches

Physical development approaches

 

EEF (Education Endowment Foundation) have researched the impact of strategies and the approaches we have used have been found to have the following impact.

Approach

Impact in months to the child

Communication and Language

+6

Early Literacy

+4

Early Numeracy

+5

Physical development

+2

Physical environment

+0

Play based learning

+3

Carlinghow Princess Royal J, I and N School

Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) 2015-16 Academic Year Report

Spring Term

 

The EYPP was introduced in Summer 2015.

Number of Children Eligible for funding Spring Term 2016: 10 children (30% of cohort)

Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) Allocation for 2015/16 Spring Term was: £954

 

The EYPP allocation for 2015/2016 Spring Term was targeted to:

Provide additional focussed activities led by an experienced practitioner in the Early Years Foundation Stage to ‘narrow the gap’ and improve levels of attainment across the 17 strands of learning.

 

100% of children in receipt of EYPP received additional support.

 

The table below illustrates attainment at the start of the Spring Term for the eligible children.

 

Strand

Below

ARE

Age Related Expectation

Above

ARE

Listening & Attention

50%

50%

0%

Understanding

40%

60%

0%

Speaking

50%

50%

0%

Moving & Handling

40%

60%

0%

Health & Self-care

40%

60%

0%

Self Confidence and Self Awareness

40%

60%

0%

Managing Feelings & Behaviour

40%

60%

0%

Making relationships

50%

50%

0%

Reading

50%

50%

0%

Writing

50%

50%

0%

Numbers

50%

50%

0%

Shape, Space & Measure

50%

50%

0%

People & Communities

50%

50%

0%

The World

60%

40%

0%

Technology

60%

40%

0%

Exploring and Using Media and Materials

40%

60%

0%

Being Imaginative

40%

60%

0%

 

The strands where the children did not attain their age related expectation are (at least 70%):

ALL strands of learning.

This underlines the importance of focussing interventions across the EYFS strands of learning.

The low level of attainment in these strands reflects that the starting point for children entering Nursery as part of the January cohort was extremely low.

 

What the funding was spent on:

Item(s)

Area of learning

Amount (£)

Flat screens - Technology

Technology

£310

Numeracy resources

Numbers + Shape, space and measure

£80

Literacy resources

Reading + Writing

£165

Creative resources

Prime areas + The World + EAD

£399 contribution

 

Additional interventions incurring no cost:

Communication and Language approaches

Early Literacy approaches

Early Numeracy approaches

Physical development approaches

 

Impact

The table below illustrates attainment at the end of the Spring Term for the eligible children.

Strand

Below

ARE

Age Related Expectation

Above

ARE

Listening & Attention

50%

50%

0%

Understanding

40%

50%

10%

Speaking

50%

50%

0%

Moving & Handling

40%

60%

0%

Health & Self-care

40%

50%

10%

Self Confidence and Self Awareness

40%

60%

0%

Managing Feelings & Behaviour

40%

60%

0%

Making relationships

50%

50%

0%

Reading

50%

50%

0%

Writing

50%

50%

0%

Numbers

50%

50%

0%

Shape, Space & Measure

50%

50%

0%

People & Communities

50%

50%

0%

The World

60%

40%

0%

Technology

60%

40%

0%

Exploring and Using Media and Materials

40%

60%

0%

Being Imaginative

40%

60%

0%

 

The table above demonstrates some of the positive impact that the interventions and small group work have had on the children in receipt of EYPP.

The data recorded for each child showed that all children had moved from working within a lower age band to the next age band in one or more strands of learning (eg. moving from the 30-50 band to 40-60 band means that they are still within Age Related Expectation if they are aged between 40 and 50 months).

 

EEF (Education Endowment Foundation) have researched the impact of strategies and the approaches we have used have been found to have the following impact.

 

Approach

Impact in months to the child

Communication and Language

+6

Early Literacy

+4

Early Numeracy

+5

Physical development

+2

Physical environment

+0

Play based learning

+3