PUPIL PREMIUM FORECAST 2020 – 2021
36 of our children meet the criteria for Pupil Premium funding in 2020 – 2021. We expect to receive £50,420 for 2020/21.
|Number of Pupils in Statutory year groups|
|EYFS||Phonics||End of KS1||End of KS2|
Barriers to future attainment (for pupil eligible for PP)
|In school barriers||External barriers|
|Missed school due to Covid-19 school closure||Social/emotional needs|
|Gaps in learning||Access to technology to complete online learning|
|Additional needs – SEND||Less opportunity for enrichment activities|
Priorities for 2020– 2021
- Closing the gap and the recovery curriculum post school opening after Covid-19 school closure
- Reading comprehension and reading for pleasure across the school
- Y2 phonics
- Additional support will continue to be offered to individual children based on the individual needs and circumstances of the child, and will be tailored accordingly following close monitoring of each Pupil premium pupil.
- Times tables and number fact knowledge
- Quality first teaching for all
- Setting in English. Placing of children into more ambitious groups where the child shows potential, and teachers to offer support to the children to achieve in their groups in line with their peers. Close monitoring of children in receipt of Pupil Premium at pupil progress meetings and at SLT.
- Phonics intervention
- Daily reading intervention
- Parent reading information sessions
- Literacy booster groups
- Reading eggs online programme
- Early Literacy – speaking and listening
- Speech and language groups
- Setting in maths. Placing of children into more ambitious groups where the child shows potential, and teachers to offer support to the children to achieve in their groups in line with their peers. Close monitoring of children in receipt of Pupil Premium at pupil progress meetings and at SLT.
- Maths meetings
- Maths booster groups
Wellbeing/social & emotional
- School counsellor additional day and Pastoral support
- Breakfast and after school club to ensure pupils attend regularly, are fed and are on time
- Financial support for trips, residential journeys and clubs. Where appropriate, students are given financial support to attend class trips, residential journeys and attend clubs including breakfast and after school club.
- Support with the purchase of school uniform if required
- Steel pan lessons
- Before school sports club
Key Expenditure 2020/21
Investment for this academic year is intended for the following:
|Additional part-time teachers for Maths and English in KS2||£30,000|
|Breakfast , afterschool and curriculum club subsidy||£1,800|
|Reading resources-kindle e-readers & books||£2,640|
|Morning booster interventions||£5,000|
|Home study resources||£1,000|
|Before school clubs||£3,480|
Next Pupil premium Strategy review
Autumn term December 2020
The impact of our strategies will be reviewed by looking at attainment and progress data of each pupil premium child.