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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium funding targets additional money for pupils from the most deprived background to help them achieve their full potential.

The Pupil Premium was introduced in 2011 to provide additional funds for disadvantaged pupils.  The difference to previous funding is that it is linked to individual pupils. 

The amount per pupil in primary phase is now £1,320.  It is eligible to pupils who have been entitled to free school meals for the past 6 years or who have been in care.  A separate grant of £300 is paid to schools to support well-being of service children.

Ofsted looks closely at how schools target and spend the Pupil Premium and how these pupils perform.  As a direct result we target our allocated monies below to ensure the performance of our Pupil Premium Pupils is greatly enhanced.

2017-2018 ACADEMIC ALLOCATION £82,390

  • 2 x Learning Mentors                              £26,844 
  • Attendance Officer                                  £10,408
  • Community Manager                                £5,375
  • 3 x Teachers                                             £68,904

To facilitate smaller class sizes to target teaching, implement key early interventions in EYFS and accelerate progress through Key Stage 1.

By supporting the continued appointment of a Learning Mentor and Behaviour Worker we aim to improve outcomes for pupils and families by:

  • Implementing projects with outside agencies such as Childline and NSPCC
  • Working as part of the Family Support Steering Group Project
  • Targeting early intervention with families, eg., CAFs
  • Sign posting key services to families
  • Facilitate home learning and parenting workshops
  • Facilitate family learning events
  • Breaking down the barriers to learning in the classroom and beyond
  • Targeted group work
  • Individual support plans
  • Targeting and improving attendance
  • Providing STEPS trining in school for parents
  • Facilitating weekly "Snack and Share" event for parent/carers

Intended Impact:
  • For those identified pupils in receipt of pupil premium to have made a good level of development in the 6 core areas or 5 points+ progress within Reading, Writing and Mathematics.
  • For children supported with an EHC plan to have made accelerated progress 5 points +
  • To target boys attainment across the school to ensure all make a good level of progress. 90% to have made 5 points+ progress in the core areas.
  • Learning Mentor, Attendance Officer and Behaviour Worker will raise self-esteem, improve self-management strategies for a targeted group of children and improved attendance to secure 95% national target.
  • Parental support through workshops and open afternoons and linking with Family Support Steering group further enhances integration with families and the community.
  • To raise engagement of vulnerable families and early intervention through the Child’s Journey project.

2016-2017 ACADEMIC ALLOCATION £146,914

  • 2 x Learning Mentors                             £45,256.00
  • Attendance Officer                                 £17,733.00
  • Community Manager                             £11,752.00
  • 3 x Teachers                                          £113,346.00

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To facilitate smaller class sizes to target teaching, implement key early interventions in EYFS and accelerate progress through Key Stage 1.

By supporting the continued appointment of a Learning Mentor and Behaviour Worker we aim to improve outcomes for pupils and families by:

 

  • Implementing projects with outside agencies such as Childline and NSPCC
  • Working as part of the Family Support Steering Group Project
  • Targeting early intervention with families, eg., CAFs
  • Sign posting key services to families
  • Facilitate home learning and parenting workshops
  • Facilitate family learning events
  • Breaking down the barriers to learning in the classroom and beyond
  • Targeted group work
  • Individual support plans
  • Targeting and improving attendance
  • Providing STEPS trining in school for parents
  • Facilitating weekly "Snack and Share" event for parent/carers
Intended Impact:

 

  • For those identified pupils in receipt of pupil premium to have made a good level of development in the 6 core areas or 5 points+ progress within Reading, Writing and Mathematics.
  • For children supported with an EHC plan to have made accelerated progress 5 points +
  • To target boys attainment across the school to ensure all make a good level of progress. 90% to have made 5 points+ progress in the core areas.
  • Learning Mentor, Attendance Officer and Behaviour Worker will raise self-esteem, improve self-management strategies for a targeted group of children and improved attendance to secure 95% national target.
  • Parental support through workshops and open afternoons and linking with Family Support Steering group further enhances integration with families and the community.
  • To raise engagement of vulnerable families and early intervention through the Child’s Journey project.

 

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2015-2016 ACADEMIC ALLOCATION £135,235

  • 2 x Learning Mentors                              £44,043
  • Additional Teachers                               £118,918
  • Attendance Initiatives                                   £450
  • Educational Visits                                        £2,901
  • Attendance Officer                                   £14,200
  • Community Manager                               £10,774

To facilitate smaller class sizes to target teaching, implement key early interventions in EYFS and accelerate progress through Key Stage 1.

By supporting the continued appointment of a Learning Mentor and Behaviour Worker we aim to improve outcomes for pupils and families by:

  • Implementing projects with outside agencies such as Childline and NSPCC
  • Working as part of the Family Support Steering Group Project
  • Targeting early intervention with families, eg., CAFs
  • Sign posting key services to families
  • Facilitate home learning and parenting workshops
  • Facilitate family learning events
  • Breaking down the barriers to learning in the classroom and beyond
  • Targeted group work
  • Individual support plans
  • Targeting and improving attendance
  • Providing STEPS trining in school for parents
  • Facilitating weekly "Snack and Share" event for parent/carers
Intended Impact:
  • For those identified pupils in receipt of pupil premium to have made a good level of development in the 6 core areas or 5 points+ progress within Reading, Writing and Mathematics.
  • For children supported with an EHC plan to have made accelerated progress 5 points +
  • To target boys attainment across the school to ensure all make a good level of progress. 90% to have made 5 points+ progress in the core areas.
  • Learning Mentor, Attendance Officer and Behaviour Worker will raise self-esteem, improve self-management strategies for a targeted group of children and improved attendance to secure 95% national target.
  • Parental support through workshops and open afternoons and linking with Family Support Steering group further enhances integration with families and the community.
  • To raise engagement of vulnerable families and early intervention through the Child’s Journey project.

  

 

 

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