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Pupil Premium Strategic Plan 2017- 2018

Pupil Premium Strategy 2017 – 2018

What is Pupil Premium?

The Pupil Premium is an initiative that targets extra money to pupils from deprived backgrounds, research shows they generally underachieve compared to their non-disadvantaged peers. The premium is provided in order to support these children in achieving their potential. A significant amount of additional funding has been allocated to the school through the Pupil Premium Funding, see details below.

Pupil Premium Funding

Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) Received

April 2017 –

August 2017

September 2017 –

March 2018

April 2018 –

August 2018

Total number of pupils on roll

418

415

415

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 

52

52

52

Amount of PPG received per pupil

PP = £1320

LAC = £1900

Service = £300

PP = £1320

LAC = £1900

              Service = £300

PP = £1320

LAC = £1900

Service = £300

 Total amount of PPG received

£28,600   (5/12ths)

£39,375   (7/12ths)

£26,400   (5/12ths)

   

Academic Year 2017 – 2018 =  £65,775

 

Objectives

  • To promote a high profile approach to meeting the needs of disadvantaged pupils.
  • To analyse pupil data and information in order to identify circumstances which may be barriers to learning.
  • To provide a plan of support provision based on pupil data and relevant pupil information.
  • To ensure the best possible delivery of teaching and learning provision.
  • To provide a wide range of targeted group and individual support designed to meet the needs of specific disadvantaged pupils.
  • To ensure provisions are designed with clear criteria for actions and measurable outcomes.
  • To support and promote good attendance patterns.
  • To offer a rich and varied curriculum and educational experiences to broaden the opportunities for vulnerable children.
  • To ensure that social and economic barriers do not prevent vulnerable children from participating fully in school life.
  • To ensure regular monitoring and evaluation of support measures in order to assess impact and ensure effectiveness.

Provision

As a school we aim to:

  • Narrow the gap for those pupils not on track to achieve Age Related Expectations in all year groups.
  • Provide a wide range of educational experiences and inspirations, including trips, visitors and special events.
  • Provide interventions and resources to support specific individual and group needs.
  • Provide pastoral support for children and families where needs are identified.
  • Provide support through friendship groups / peer support networks to promote personal and social development.
  • Provide opportunities to attend out of hours extracurricular clubs and enrichment activities to ensure children have opportunity to engage and their talents.

Reporting

The headteacher through liaison with the senior leadership team will report to governors highlighting:

  • The progress made towards narrowing the gap, by year group for disadvantaged pupils.
  • An outline of the provision that was made during the term.
  • An evaluation of the cost effectiveness, in terms of the progress made by the pupils receiving provision, when compared to other forms of support.

The Headteacher will also meet termly with the Pupil Premium Link Governor who will in turn create a report for the Full Governing Body.

Self Evaluation

When putting new actions together we evaluate the success of previous strategies; decide on the focus for our improvement by unpicking and analysing data; highlighting barriers for learning, identifying desired outcomes and the success criteria to achieve it.

2017 – 2018 Identified Barriers to Learning

  • Social and emotional issues resulting in low-confidence and low self-esteem.
  • Attendance: Some children’s attendance is low which in turn has an impact on their learning.
  • Life Experiences: Some children lack wider-experiences.
  • Children who are young carers.
  • Parents may not have has a successful or enjoyable education themselves and this then impacts on their feelings and attitudes towards school.
  • Safeguarding concerns.
  • Unsupported learning habitats at home, health and medical needs.
  • GLD results in EYFS.
  • Attainment in Year 2 SATs
  • Progress in maths at the end of Key Stage 2.
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