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Pupil Premium

Funding

The Pupil Premium is additional funding given to schools so that we can support our disadvantaged pupils and close the attainment gap between them and their peers. The aim is to ensure all children achieve as well as they possibly can.

Our ultimate objectives are:

  • To narrow the attainment gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils.
  • For all disadvantaged pupils in school to make or exceed nationally expected progress rates.
  • To support our children’s health and wellbeing to enable them to access learning at an appropriate level.

We aim to do this through:

  • Ensuring that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all the pupils.
  • Ensuring that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to vulnerable groups, this includes ensuring that the needs of socially disadvantaged pupils are adequately assessed and addressed.
  • When making provision for socially disadvantaged pupils, we recognise that not all pupils who receive free school meals will be socially disadvantaged.

Pupil Premium funding 2020/21

8 pupils eligible for Pupil Premium, including Pupil Premium+

FundingAmount
Pupil Premium £6,725
Pupil Premium+£7,569
Total£14,294

Pupil Premium use 2020/21

SpendingAmount
Study materials£225
Home school support worker £3,379
Additional teaching assistant support for Reading, Writing and Maths£4,800
Additional teaching assistant support in classrooms £5,890
Total£14,294

Pupil Premium funding 2021/22

11 pupils eligible for Pupil Premium , including Pupil Premium+

FundingAmount
Pupil Premium£10,760
Pupil Premium+£7,035
Total£17,795

Pupil Premium strategy 2021/22

Planned spendingAmount
Enrichment activities£1,000
Study materials£1,000
Additional teaching assistant support for Reading, Writing and Maths£4,800
Additional teaching assistant support in classrooms£8,995
Pastoral support assistant£1,000
Training for pastoral support
(emotional literacy, TeamTeach, Zones of Regulation, attachment)
£1,000
Total£17,795

Performance data

Due to Covid-19, the last published data for the performance of disadvantaged pupils is at the end of 2018/19 academic year. Of our 2 disadvantaged pupils at the end of Key Stage 2, 1 achieved age expectations in Reading, Maths and GPS, 1 achieved age-expectations in Maths and GPS. Detailed data is not provided when there are only a small number of pupils to avoid identification.

Desired outcomes

AChildren who are in receipt of PP funding make rapid progress in order to reach the end of FS2 at GLD.Improved communication skills.
BChildren, especially those in receipt of PP funding, will make expected or better than expected progress to reach ‘expected’ and ‘exceeding’ at the end of Year 6, especially in the combined measure.

New approaches to the teaching of English and Maths will be introduced to raise expectations for all students and embed a consistent approach across the school.
 
New assessment and tracking systems will ensure learning gaps are spotted and closed.

Children will learn how to utilize thinking skills and learning behaviours to sustain independent learning over time.
Pupil attainment and progress of disadvantaged children in line with or above non-disadvantaged peers
CChildren who are in receipt of pupil premium are provided with well-being support and will have increased self-esteem and confidence and reduced levels of anxiety.

Children in receipt of pupil premium provided with enrichment activities such as sporting activities after school and music lessons.
Children will feel safe and secure in school and are able to express their feelings and emotions well.