Pupil Premium

PUPIL PREMIUM ACTION PLAN 2018-2019

Funding £60,980

 Success Criteria:

Achievement of Pupils

  • Pupils make progress in all areas of the curriculum after they have settled in to their new environment
  • Analysis of children taking part in targeted intervention demonstrates progress and improvement in core subject areas
  • Analysis of this cohort using school’s data demonstrates a closing / narrowing of the gap with peers in school and value added nationally

Quality of Teaching

  • Teaching to be at least good – mainly outstanding – using lesson observations (linked to the Performance Management process) to evaluate impact
  • Targeted intervention for underperforming groups impacting on quality of teaching and thus progress of children

Behaviour and Safety

  • To improve attendance of children in receipt of PP using school based interventions such as parenting support/ inform parents through letters or meetings, celebrate good attendance throughout school
  • Pupil Premium used to track additional information and direct resources appropriately based on outcomes using Individual Pupil Learning Journeys. Areas: Attendance, achievement, pastoral support, progress etc
  • Dedicated Attendance Officer to track attendance and provide interventions in a timely manner

Leadership and Management

  • Action plan identifies provision and expected impact
  • SENCO acts as advocate and is able to carefully track progress and impact of intervention strategies
  • Action Plan reported to Governing body so they have a detailed knowledge of actions / their rationale / cost and impact
  • SENCO to collate information regarding progress and impact across range of interventions and activities offered to this cohort
Tasks  To do what… Financial implications Impact to be assessed at the end of the school year
IT Support Systems To provide IT Support Systems to track all aspects of children’s progress in receipt of pp

Cornerstones curriculum support, CPOMS , Target tracker

£2000
Literacy / Numeracy Support Provide targeted intervention for children underperforming in literacy and numeracy in receipt of PP.

 

0.5 days per week management time for Maths and English leads

 

£24,000

 

 

Social skills Provide targeted intervention for children underperforming in social skills in receipt of PP.

 

Member of staff to support access to the outdoor learning hub

 

£10,000

 

£10,000

Attendance / Parental Support Meetings to identify those in receipt of PP who are vulnerable and in need of family support, barriers to learning identified at admission meetings, attendance regularly analysed

Identify children for FLO support within school, families have access to FLO worker

FLO able to meet with parents for TAF meetings to discuss issues & support the family

 

 

£16,477

3 days per week

 

Extra Curricular

Year 5&6 residentials for social skills development, financial support to PP children so that they can take part in enrichment and access activities in the community, access to outdoor learning opportunities for pp children to improve social skills, Access to cookery and sport equipment so that pp children can gain life skills

 

Mini-bus and petrol £500

School Trips £1,000

Outdoor provision £2,000

Sports equipment £300

Cookery £200

Staff costs £2,453

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PUPIL PREMIUM EXPENDITURE 2017-2018

Funding £46,000

 Success Criteria:

Achievement of Pupils

  • Pupils make progress in all areas of the curriculum after they have settled in to their new environment
  • Analysis of children taking part in targeted intervention demonstrates progress and improvement in core subject areas
  • Analysis of this cohort using school’s data demonstrates a closing / narrowing of the gap with peers in school and value added nationally

Quality of Teaching

  • Teaching to be at least good – mainly outstanding – using lesson observations (linked to the Performance Management process) to evaluate impact
  • Targeted intervention for underperforming groups impacting on quality of teaching and thus progress of children

Behaviour and Safety

  • To improve attendance of children in receipt of PP using school based interventions such as parenting support/ inform parents through letters or meetings, celebrate good attendance throughout school
  • Pupil Premium used to track additional information and direct resources appropriately based on outcomes using Individual Pupil Learning Journeys. Areas: Attendance, achievement, pastoral support, progress etc
  • Dedicated Attendance Officer to track attendance and provide interventions in a timely manner

Leadership and Management

  • Action plan identifies provision and expected impact
  • SENCO acts as advocate and is able to carefully track progress and impact of intervention strategies
  • Action Plan reported to Governing body so they have a detailed knowledge of actions / their rationale / cost and impact
  • SENCO to collate information regarding progress and impact across range of interventions and activities offered to this cohort.
Tasks  To do what… Financial implications Impact assessed at the end of the school year
IT Support Systems To provide IT Support Systems to track all aspects of children’s progress in receipt of pp

Expresso-curriculum support, CPOMS , Target tracker

Money towards new I-pads

£1000

 

 

 

 

£1000

FSM (in the last 6 years) (13) higher performing reading

 

 

 

All pupils have access to Bug Club on I-pads

Literacy / Numeracy Support Provide targeted intervention for children underperforming in literacy and numeracy in receipt of PP.

 

£12,254

2.5 days per week

 Increase in outcomes RA & SA
Social skills Provide targeted intervention for children underperforming in social skills in receipt of PP.

 

£9,269

40% of timetable

Reduction in exclusion figures and RPIs

See Gov’s report

Attendance / Parental Support Meetings to identify those in receipt of PP who are vulnerable and in need of family support, barriers to learning identified at admission meetings, attendance regularly analysed

Identify children for FLO support within school, families have access to FLO worker

FLO able to meet with parents for TAF meetings to discuss issues & support the family

 

 

£16,477

3 days per week

 Whole school attendance 92%

PP                      non pp

Y2 – 92.04%       97.3%

Y3 – 85.9%           90.2%

Y4 – 95.0%         94.7%

Y5 – 90.7%         93.8%

Y6 –90.0%     88.51%

Extra Curricular In Year 6 for Residential to Barnstondale, financial support to PP children so that they can take part in enrichment and access activities in the community, access to outdoor learning opportunities for pp children to improve social skills, Access to cookery and sport equipment so that pp children can gain life skills Mini-bus and petrol £500

School Trips £1,000

Outdoor provision £2,000

Sports equipment £300

Cookery £200

Staff costs £4,200

Improvement in progress and attendance figures

See self-evaluation form