Pupil Premium - Harris Primary Academy Purley Way



Looks like we chose a good name for our new reception class: https://t.co/JIZrl6MIZU


Thank you to everyone for a fabulous year- please see our newsletter for the winners of our Values Sports Day. Our winners were chosen for showing our Golden Rules: making the right choice, taking responsibility and showing respect. We also awarded sportsmanship. https://t.co/IgQgN72us1


Thank you to all the children (and PTA and parents) who helped us have a fantastic sports day! I am pleased to say that RUBY house are our cup winners for the year! https://t.co/PEuEnh7MG8


Our very competitive parents getting involved with Sports day! https://t.co/uJdSbA2bnM


Emerald are eager to show their sportsmanship this afternoon! https://t.co/s8uZhCv8hc


Diamond hope to dazzle the competition on Sports Day! https://t.co/JKnPBx7uum


Sapphire are storming toward Sports Day! https://t.co/VNHrv6hKys


Ruby Red are raring to go for Sports day! https://t.co/nrdPuTIRRF


A concerto from one of our students to celebrate our week of ‘Pride’ in ourselves. She is proud of her efforts in learning the violin - what are you proud of? https://t.co/BWJ3dqFAxk


Fabulous turn out to share all the moves we learned in Boom! Street dance after school club. https://t.co/YmbclDwfsO


We had a special assembly today as we’re studying Ramadan and Eid. Thanks to our guest speakers! https://t.co/UVAMe1Ayl9


We’ve kicked off our focus of ‘keeping safe and helping others’ with a special assembly today! Thank you for stopping by! https://t.co/OCVBCLgYPH


Our Gruffalos are exploring the animal kingdom as part of their ‘life cycles’ topic today! https://t.co/hrAeU2N4R8


We have ‘drop everything and read’ (DEAR) morning every Wednesday. Thank you to all the parents who come to read to our children- it makes such a difference! https://t.co/KUwerQDKSA


Harris Primary Academy Purley Way send their best to and Meghan Markle for their upcoming nuptials. https://t.co/OVH7PJxkqr


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Great day spent BY . More asthma and allergy plans shared with school. https://t.co/CrcbnG3K7q


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Thank you all at for making so welcome today. Working together to improve asthma outcomes. https://t.co/mN1HbWcoHx


Our ‘Dip and Do’ day is almost dip and done! https://t.co/2uIkuEcXSe


Our ‘Dip and Do’ day is almost dip and done! https://t.co/wwBFr5XFlS


Our focused Pupil Parliament are determined to make a difference. https://t.co/UCSmHZF2ju

Harris Academies
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Pupil Premium

Premium Expenditure 2017 to 2018


The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) and their peers. It is hoped that effective use of this funding will help remove the attainment gap between the groups of children.

Pupil Premium is allocated to schools based on the number of children meeting a national criteria based on the Ever 6 Measure. This includes the total number of:

  • Pupils eligible for Free School Meals – within the last 6 years
  • Looked after children


Funding and Accountability

Pupil Premium funding comes directly to the Academy and is allocated for every child who is in receipt of Free School Meals. The Head of Academy decides where to allocate the funds, as they are best placed to assess what additional provisions may benefit their pupils. They are held accountable for their decisions.

Guiding principles for the allocation of resources at Harris Primary Academy Purley Way 

  • Teaching and learning opportunities should meet the needs of all pupils
  • The raising of attainment for children eligible for FSM will be a priority
  • Pupil premium funding may also be used to support any pupil or group of pupils the academy has identified as being in need of intervention and support
  • Use of pupil level data will help identify priority classes, groups or individuals. Not all children who receive free school meals will be supported at the same time
  • Planning for the year has been adapted to ensure that high expectations for all children are in place, with a focus on high standards of achievement in Maths, reading and writing


  1. Summary information


Harris Primary Academy Purley Way

Academic Year


Pupil Premium funding per pupil

Total Pupil Premium (PP) Fund

£ 1,320


Date of most recent Pupil Premium Review

October 2017

Total number of pupils


Number of pupils eligible for PP


Date for next internal review of this strategy

October 2018


  1. Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligible for PP including high ability)

 In-school barriers (issues to be addressed in school, such as poor oral language skills)


High percentage of children enter Reception with below expected levels in Communication and Language, Reading, Writing and Personal, Social and Emotional Development.


High percentage of children with below expected oral language and social communication levels


High percentage of EAL children

 External barriers (issues which also require action outside school)


Punctuality and attendance


Larger than average catchment area / High mobility


  1. Outcomes


Desired outcomes and how they will be measured

Success criteria


Every child to attend school every day and be punctual.


  • School attendance target of 96.7%
  • Children to arrive at school by 9am every day
  • Absence from school only authorised for a hospital appointment or close family member bereavement 
  • EWO to work closely to support families whose attendance falls below 92%
  • 100% individual attendance is rewarded
  • Consistent late arrivals to meet with EWO to discuss access to arriving on time

Children identified with lower than expected communication skills will catch up to the expected level of communication and language by the end of Reception.

  • To eliminate the differences between disadvantaged children and other groups of children
  • Targeted children to attend Speech and Language interventions



All children to reach a Good Level of Development by the end of Reception and meeting expectations in Year 1

  • Identify target children early, disadvantaged children and disadvantaged more-able children with next steps
  • Eliminate differences between disadvantaged children and other groups in progress and attainment of all subjects
  • Disadvantaged more able children exceed national expectations
  • All children will leave current year group meeting or exceeding national expectations ready for their next phase of learning

All children will have access to and wear full school uniform



  • Disadvantaged children wear a clean and neat HPAPW uniform on a daily basis
  • Disadvantaged families have recourse to subsidised uniform supplies

All children to experience school outings, trips and before and after school clubs



  • Disadvantaged children take part in a club of their choice
  • Targeted children to attend after school child care on a needs basis/Disadvantaged families are able to access wrap around care when needed
  • All disadvantaged children to attend school trips
  • Targeted families to attend Book Buddy Breakfast, Drop Everything and Read, Celebration Days


  1. Planned expenditure

Academic year


Desired Outcome

Chosen action/ Approach

What is the evidence and rationale for this choice?

How will you ensure it is implemented well?

Staff Lead

When will you review implementation?

Every child to attend school every day


  • £1000 EWO external support
  • To ensure disadvantaged families attend school every day consistently and are punctual to eliminate differences with other groups or exceed expectations
  • Average academy attendance is 92%
  • HPAPW has a larger than average catchment area
  • Regular monitoring of attendance figures
  • Weekly and termly attendance figures are analysed and published
  • Termly meetings with EWO for families whose attendance falls below 92%

Jane Robinson

EWO – Tracey Gordon

Half termly/



Every child to attend school every day


  • £220 allocated to support basic travel to and from school
  • Families who are economically disadvantaged may sometimes require support to transport their child to school
  • Monitoring and review of oyster card usage


Jane Robinson

EWO – Tracey Gordon

Half termly

Every child to attend school every day


  • £1000 allocated
  • To remind parents of attendance expectations and school’s actual attendance
  • To reward those families and children who consistently attend school
  • Weekly monitoring of attendance
  • Weekly and termly attendance figures published in school newsletter
  • 100% Termly attendance reward trips

Jane Robinson

 Weekly and Termly

Children identified with lower than expected communication skills will catch up to expected level by the end of Reception.

  • £5000 allocated to specialist Speech and Language support
  • £4,900 allocated to intervention teachers
  • £500 parent workshops
  • £500 book buddy breakfast mornings
  • £500 maths tool box resources
  • High proportion of disadvantaged children with early acquisition of English
  • High percentage of disadvantaged children enter Reception with social communication and speaking and listening skills below expected level
  • Children baselined against age expected levels in speech and language and social communication
  • Year 1 Screener
  • RWi small group work to support children in their reading and writing skills
  • RWi and Maths intervention groups to catch up
  • On-going assessment of S&L to inform intervention and referrals for formal assessments
  • Target families to attend Speech and Language interventions and coffee mornings
  • Book Buddy Breakfast and Drop Everything and Read half termly /  weekly events
  • Target children will have weekly / x2 weekly speech and language interventions
  • After school clubs: Street Dance, Little Kickers, Gymnastics, Lego club
  • Targeted parent workshops
  • Story sack workshops and lending library
  • Parent feedback

Jane Robinson

Sam Dholakia

Alysa Jeraj (SALT)

Weekly, Half termly, Termly

All children will have access to and wear full school uniform


  • £500 allocated to disadvantaged families to ensure children wear full school uniform
  • Uniform with logos tend to be more expensive and here at HPAPW we like children to take pride in their school and appearance.
  • Children are also experiencing quick growth spurts


  • Daily audit of children wearing uniforms
  • Disadvantage parents offered uniform where there is a need

Jane Robinson

Donna Neblett


All children to experience school outings, trips, extra-curricular specialist coaching and after school clubs


  • £1000 allocated to ensure all children are able to take part in after school curriculum clubs, school trips or access to ad hoc child care
  • £6000 for specialist sports coaching and music tuition
  • Trips and clubs are often a luxury for many children.  All children should be have the opportunity to experience a range of extra-curricular clubs to broaden their horizons and outlook on life
  • Target children and families identified
  • Children offered clubs and trips at subsidised rate or free of charge depending on circumstances

Jane Robinson

Half termly


Evaluation 2017-2018


PPG Children in EYFS (7): 26% of EYFS

PPG Children in Year 1 (11): 39% of Year 1

Overall PPG: 32%

Headline Outcomes Year 1:

100% of PPG Pupils attained Age Related Expectation in Writing

91% of PPG Pupils attained Age Related Expectation in Reading

82% of PPG Pupils attained Age Related Expectation in Mathematics

100% of PPG pupils passed Phonics Screening Check


54% of PPG pupils attained Exceeding Age Related in one or more areas of RWM


Headline Outcomes EYFS:

71% of PPG pupils attained ELG in all areas (56% National)


100% of PPG attained ELG in Technology

86% of PPG Pupils attained ELG in Mathematics (Numbers)

86% of PPG pupils attained ELG in Expressive Arts.

71% of PPG pupils attained ELG in Literacy (Reading and Writing) and Mathematics (Shape, Space and Measure)