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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium 2015 -16

Currently we have 50 pupils funded for Pupil Premium .

We have been allocated an estimated £66,000

Aims for 2015 - 2016

To raise the profile of pupils in receipt of the grant and further personalise the provision funded by the grant.

Analyse contextual data to identify areas of need and help target funding effectively. To further develop tracking and monitoring systems to ensure that funding is targeting pupils effectively.

To purchase sports equipment and sportswear to allow all pupils access to the curriculum and increase their sense of pride and enthusiasm for sports.

Further professional development for all staff including:  developing the use of Iris Connect to help monitor pupils' access to the curriculum and provision in class based activities; training for LSAs in supporting vulnerable pupils at lunchtime; phonics and literacy skills for TAs and teachers.

To develop programmes of extra-curricular activities and guest speakers that provide experiences that promote high aspirations.

 

Pupil Premium 2014 -15

 

59  pupils were funded funded for Pupil Premium.

We were granted £73,700.

 

This money is used for a variety of resources including:

Nurture Group four mornings a week for Reception age children (ref:  SENCo and Nurture Leader)

Employment of two FFT [Fisher Family Trust] reading teaching assistants

Provision of  SMILE mentors to support all pupils’ emotional well-being.

Provision of additional class based support

Additional small group teaching and learning support

Pupil Premium Champion and SLT representative

Professional development for teaching staff, focusing specifically on monitoring and support pupils using pp funding effectively

Additional books

Residential and topic based trips

Extra- curricular activities

Impact:

We have been able to ensure that all pupils who require support with their reading are participating in our additional reading programmes, and are making good progress as a result.

All children are able to participate in enrichment school activities [e.g. theatre visits, year group trips].

All children were able to take part in Year 4's residential trip.

All vulnerable children are offered extra emotional support when required, which enables them to engage more effectively with their learning.

Nurture Group provision has allowed children to access the curriculum and has help to provide them with a smooth transfer to Year One (EY leader).

Additional support in classrooms has helped to raise attainment across the curriculum and widened opportunities for all learners. 

Pupil Premium 2013 -14


We currently have 8 pupils (Reception) funded for Pupil Premium.

We currently have 42 pupils (year 1 -4) funded for Pupil Premium.

Last year we were granted an additional £ 36,600.

 

This money is used for a variety of resources including:

Retention of our ECaR [Every Child a Reader] teacher (left at Easter) (ref Lit lead)

A nurture Group four mornings a week for Reception age children (ref SENCo and Nurture Leader)

Employment of two FFT [Fisher Family Trust] reading teaching assistants

Ensuring that all our vulnerable pupils can participate in all school activities

Provision of 3 SMILE mentors to support all pupils’ emotional well-being in the afternoons and where required.

 

Impact:

To date we have been able to ensure that all pupils who require additional reading support are participating in our additional reading programmes, and are making rapid progress as a result.

All children participate in additional school activities [e.g. theatre visits, year group trips]

All vulnerable children are offered extra emotional support when required which enables them to engage more effectively with their learning.

FFT teachers impact can be seen through SENCo tracking

Nurture Group provision has allowed children to access the curriculum and transfer to year one supported (EY leader)

2014-15

  • PP champion appointed from September to focus on PP children and be a member of SLT.

  • PP Governor appointed for September to liaise with PP champion

  • All TA’s trained (July 2014) in FFT running records to deliver pm support interventions

  • Peer reading from September 2014 based on Durham University research

  • Ipads across the school to support all learners (have bought 30 already)

  • Reading books (£9000 spent in February 2014) to be purchased whole school 

  • Iris Connect tool (classroom observation video) to support 'better teaching'

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