Harold Court Primary School

  • "It was nice to come in and view all of the different years' work" Mrs Fox
  • "Open Evening is great. It's lovely to see how my daughter is improving" Mrs Rummell
  • "Very good. The classroom is great. He's working hard and enjoying it!" Mrs Allen
  • "Lots of fun for parents and children... a very interesting session" Mrs Brown
  • "A nice opportunity to see how all of the children listen/interact and behave as a class. Well done!" Mrs Foster
  • "Very eye opening- would come again" Mrs Duncan
  • "Useful to get feedback and updates on the reward system and parent questionnaire" Mrs Pottinger
  • "I have been shown some great methods that I understand" Mrs Kneller
  • "I have learned different methods that I never knew existed" Mr Muthaka
  • "It was lovely to see my daughter so happy about showing me what she does in Maths" Mrs Fair
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Pupil Premium funding

 https://my.havering.gov.uk/Pages/OnlineForms/Free-school-meals.aspx#Details

The schools senior leadership team along with the governing body extensively seek evidenced based research in shaping a programme of support to narrow the gap of those children from ‘disadvantaged backgrounds’. Our approach is holistic where we discuss the needs of our children at weekly staff meetings and review approaches depending on the changing demographics of Harold Court Primary School. During the spring term and then again during the Autumn term of 2014 as a staff we discussed the research found on the ‘Suttons Trust’ website http://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/toolkit/ and where appropriate looked in conjunction at results over time, feedback from parents/carers both formally and informally and with the governing body put in place clear and defined opportunities for our children which shaped our schools development plan. Below are outcomes we have introduced to Harold Court along with the evidence and data that has been acquired through the work of the trust.

RESEARCH AND EVIDENCE DRIVEN IMPACT STATEMENT CLICK HERE

2016 Research gathered can be found here

Pupil premium Strategy 2016 ** SEPTEMBER 2016**

In place of the current requirements regarding information about pupil premium expenditure, schools will be required to publish their “pupil premium strategy”. This should include:

  • In the previous academic year:
    • how the pupil premium allocation was spent
    • the impact of the expenditure on eligible and other pupils
  • The current academic year:
    • the amount of the school’s allocation of pupil premium grant
    • details of the main barriers to educational achievement
    • how the allocation will be spent to address the barriers and why these approaches were taken
    • how the school will measure the impact of the pupil premium
    • and the date of the next pupil premium strategy review.

This expands the existing requirement to provide details on the amount of the school’s allocation from the pupil premium grant, how it is intended to be spent and the effect of the expenditure on the educational attainment of the pupils. Particularly, schools will now be required to explain how the use of pupil premium may have benefited pupils who are not eligible for pupil premium funding, for example if the school has taken a whole school approach to raising standards.

Please click on the following links for our detailed allocation of spending in relation to Pupil Premium and Sports premium funding;

ARCHIVED INFORMATION RELATING TO PUPIL PREMIUM

PUPIL PREMIUM STRATEGY SEPTEMBER 2016

PUPIL PREMIUM ANNUAL REPORT 2014-2016 OUTCOMES AND IMPACT

DATA outcomes for KS1 and KS2 2016 can be found here

PUPIL PREMIUM POLICY

To check if your child qualifies for pupil premium please click on the following link https://pps.lgfl.org.uk/

Pupil Premium INSET September 2015

EFFECTIVE SPENDING REVIEW 2014-2015 AND PLAN 2015-2016

EFFECTIVE SPENDING USING PUPIL PREMIUM INDICATOR FUNDING 2013-2014

PE allocated funding

EFFECTIVE SPENDING USING SPORTS PREMIUM FUNDING 2014-2015

 

EFFECTIVE SPORTS PREMIUM FUNDING 2015 - 2016

 

EFFECTIVE SPORTS PREMIUM FUNDING 2016-2017

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium attainment v non pupil premium.

 

Key Stage 2 2014-2015

Subject/Cohort level PUPIL PREMIUM AVERAGE NON PUPIL PREMIUM DIFFERENCE
READING  31.5 31.0 33.0 2.0
WRITING  29.7 27.0 31.4 4.4
MATHS 30.8 28.4 30.5 2.1

Key Stage 1 2014-2015

Subject/Cohort level PUPIL PREMIUM AVERAGE NON PUPIL PREMIUM DIFFERENCE 
READING       
WRITING       
MATHS      

Key Stage 2 2013-2014

Subject/Cohort level PUPIL PREMIUM AVERAGE NON PUPIL PREMIUM DIFFERENCE
READING 30.5 30.0 30.7 0.7
WRITING 28.2 27.4 28.6 1.1
MATHS 28.9 28.7 28.9 0.2

 Key Stage 1 2013-2014

Subject/Cohort level PUPIL PREMIUM AVERAGE NON PUPIL PREMIUM DIFFERENCE
READING 15.5 14.1 16.5 2.4
WRITING 14.7 13.7 15.6 1.9
MATHS 15.4 14.2 16.3 2.2

Key Stage 2 2012-2013

Subject/Cohort level

PUPIL PREMIUM AVERAGE

NON PUPIL PREMIUM

DIFFERENCE

READING 27.58

29.00

27.43

1.57

WRITING 27.77

29.00

27.64

1.36

MATHS 27.00

29.00

28.71

0.29

SCIENCE 27.39

29.00

27.21

1.79

Key Stage 1 2012-2013 

Subject/Cohort level

PUPIL PREMIUM AVERAGE

NON PUPIL PREMIUM

DIFFERENCE

READING 15.97

12.50

17.08

4.58

WRITING 15.12

12.00

16.12

4.12

MATHS 15.67

12.00

16.84

4.84

SCIENCE 15.73

14.25

16.20

1.95