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Pupil Premium Strategy 2016 - 2017

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-17

 

Amount of Pupil Premium funding received 2016-2017:

 

Number of pupils eligible

81(January 2016 Census, currently 60)

 

Total Pupil Premium received

£104,600

 

 

Identified barriers to educational achievement:

 

We have identified the following as barriers for some of the pupils currently in receipt of Pupil Premium:

 

  • Access to a language rich environment (spoken and written)
  • 60% also have English as an Additional Language
  • Access to extra-curricular activities
  • Completing homework
  • 17% also have Special Educational Needs or a Disability
  • Pupil who have social and emotional needs which affect their learning

 

Key expenditure – how the allocation will be spent

 

Focus

Area of Spend

Total Allocation

Literacy and Maths

Additional TA support in classes and for focused interventions

£59,000

Literacy, Maths, PSMSC

Additional Teacher time for targeted interventions

£29,000

PSMSC

Drama Therapist

£6,000

Enrichment

Playcentre, Breakfast Club, Clubs, Games Library, Residential Trip

£6,000

Family & Community

Parent Workshops, Homework, Volunteering

£5,000

 

Area of spend

Intended outcomes – why these approaches were taken

Actions

Additional TA support in classes and for focused interventions

  • At least age related outcomes in reading, writing and maths/communication and language
  • Pupils with SEND achieve their short term outcomes
  • Pupils see themselves as active agents in their learning
  • Review at Pupil Progress meeting

Additional Teacher time for targeted interventions

  • At least age related outcomes in reading, writing and maths/communication and language
  • Increased self-confidence
  • Review at Pupil Progress meeting

Drama Therapist

  • Increased self-confidence
  • Improved self-regulation
  • Review at Pupil Progress meeting

Playcentre, Breakfast Club, Clubs, Games Library, Residential Trip

  • Increased self-confidence
  • Pupils are ready to learn in the morning
  • Pupils see themselves as active agents in their learning
  • Review at Pupil Progress meeting

Parent Workshops, Homework, Volunteering

  • Parents are more engaged in their child's learning
  • Parents have high aspirations for their child
  • Parents feel more confident supporting their child at home and know where to ask for help
  • Review qualitative evidence (SLT) before next PP strategy update

 

How will we measure the impact of the Pupil Premium?

 

To monitor progress and attainment our termly cycle of data collection will be used to enable the early identification of need, support and appropriate intervention. Pupil Progress Review meetings take place every term and include two members of Senior Management, Teachers and TA's.

 

Every term the school will review the impact of actions taken and will plan for how the funding will be specifically allocated over the following one. When selecting children for Pupil Premium targeted groups, the school will look at all pupils across the school. There are some pupils who are not eligible for Pupil Premium who will benefit from these groups if their needs are similar and we believe progress can be made towards individual targets.

 

Pupil Premium Funding and the impact of this is a regular item on the Governor’s Resources and Premises Committee agenda.

 

Designated staff member in charge: Kate Marrs-Gant

 

Nominated Governor: Patrick Richmond

 

 

 

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