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Our Pupil Premium Strategy

Pupil Premium Strategy 2017/2018

 

Number of pupils eligible for PP:

 

35

Total PP budget for year:

 

£46960 ( Jan 2017 )

Amount per pupil:

 

£1342

Date of next PP strategy review:

 

September 2018

Using our Pupil Premium money we aim to:

·         ensure that children in receipt of the PPG achieve at least as well as all pupils nationally at the end of KS2 in Reading, Writing, Maths and GSP 3.

·         ensure that the most able disadvantaged pupils are identified and achieve as well as other most able pupils nationally

 

 

In-school barriers:

A.

Some of our pupils in receipt of the Pupil Premium Grant have low levels of literacy and numeracy.

B.

Some of our pupils in receipt of the Pupil Premium Grant have low self-confidence and difficulty in regulating their emotions which acts as a barrier to their educational success.

 

External barriers:

C.

Some of the parents of our disadvantaged pupils lack the confidence to support their children with learning at home.

D.

Some of our disadvantaged pupils have limited opportunities for social, cultural or educational experiences beyond their immediate environment.

E.

Some of our most able disadvantaged pupils do not have aspirational home backgrounds.

 

 

 

Desired outcome:

A.

PP children will receive extra support in key areas of Literacy and Mathematics to support their learning and their achievement will rise.

B.

PP children are more able to regulate their emotions.

C.

Parents of PP children feel more able to support their children at home.

D.

All children are able to participate in social, cultural or educational experiences beyond their immediate environment.

E.

Our most able disadvantaged pupils are identified and have the support to allow them to reach their potential.

 

Planned expenditure

Barrier

 

Desired outcome

Action/approach

Staff lead

Review date

 

 

 

A

 

PP children will receive extra support in key areas of Literacy and Mathematics to support their learning and their achievement will rise.

PP children with low levels of Literacy and Mathematics will receive targeted intervention

 

Purchase of NESSY and MyMaths online programmes to support these interventions

 

Pobble purchased to increase motivation to write

Class teachers

July  2017

B

 

 

PP children are more able to regulate their emotions.

Children will be assessed using Thrive and given appropriate interventions

Head

July  2018

C

 

 

PP children are more able to regulate their emotions.

Play leader employed to lead targeted play sessions with pp children once a week

Deputy

July  2018

D

 

Parents of PP children feel more able to support their children at home.

Parent information evenings are held for key aspects of Literacy and Mathematics

Subject leaders

July  2018

E

All children are able to participate in social, cultural or educational experiences beyond their immediate environment.

The school funds music tution, and visits from theatre groups, and organises a wide variety of educational visits and experiences to enhance the curriculum.

Head

July  2018

E

All children are able to participate in social, cultural or educational experiences beyond their immediate environment.

The accommodation aspect of residential visits for PP children is paid for by the school.

Head

July  2018

E

All children are able to participate in social, cultural or educational experiences beyond their immediate environment.

No PP child is ever excluded from a visit on the grounds of inability to pay. The school negotiates a voluntary contribution when necessary and funds those who genuinely cannot afford them.

Head

July  2018

F

 

Our most able disadvantaged pupils are identified and have the support to allow them to reach their potential

Our most able PP children are identified and allocated a mentor who meets with them weekly to support their learning and help overcome any barriers to their learning.

SENCO

July  2018

F

 

Our most able disadvantaged pupils are identified and have the support to allow them to reach their potential

School is involved with Children’s University and encourages our most able PP children to take part. School funds transport to graduation ceremony.

Deputy

July  2018