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Netherthong

Primary School

Pupil Premium Statement 2020/21

ttp://www.education.gov.uk/schools/pupilsupport/premium

About the Pupil Premium

 Pupil premium is additional funding provided to school for supporting more disadvantaged pupils to ensure they benefit from the same opportunities as all other children and narrow gaps in attainment.  National data shows that generally, these children do not achieve as highly as their peers. There are three categories of children who qualify for pupil premium:

 ·         Children who are eligible for free school meals (FSM) or have been in the last 6 years

 ·         Looked after children (including children who were adopted from care)

 ·         Armed forces children

 

 

Date of previous PP Reviews

September 2020

Date for next internal review of this strategy 

January 2021

 

  2020/21 Allocation

 Anticipated Total Allocation £23,800

 Number of children supported: 16 ( FSM + 3 LAC/AFC) 6.8%

 13 x £1, 320 = £16,900

   3 x  £2,300 = £6,900

 

 Allocation for 20/21 budget = £23,800 x 7/12’s (September ‘20 to March ’21) = £13883.30

 Allocation from 21/22 budget = £23,800 x 5/12's (April '21 to August '21) = £9,916.67

 

 Assessment data for 2019-20 is unavailable due to Coronovirus, Covid-19

 

 2.   Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligible for PP, including high ability)

 In-school barriers (issues to be addressed in school, such as poor oral language skills)

 A.  The reading, writing and maths skills of some of those in receipt of Pupil Premium is below that of others due to their lower starting   points.curriculum

B.  A number of children in receipt of Pupil Premium have social and emotional difficulties which is a barrier to learning and limits attainment.

C.  Concentration skills are a barrier to learning

External barriers (issues which also require action outside school, such as low attendance rates)

The home learning environment is a barrier for some children in both KS1 and KS2 and limits learning and limits attainment. Particularly with

the current pandemic, there is concern that some children may be disadvantaged with home learning. The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic should also not be underestimated.

 

3.   Desired outcomes                                                                                        Success Criteria

A.  Higher rates of progress across KS2 for  pupils eligible for PP

 

Pupils eligible for PP make as much progress as non- eligible children, across Key Stage 2 in maths, reading and writing. Measured by teacher assessments and  successful moderation practices established across the family of schools and by  KS2 assessment outcomes.

B.  Children’s social and emotional needs met

Children  able to express their concerns and for emotional resilience  increased ensuring that they are ready to learn and thereby making greater progress.

C.  Improved concentration skills for pupils eligible for PP in school.

Pupils concentration will be such that those eligible for PP in school will make rapid progress by the end of the year so that an increased number of pupils eligible for PP meet age related expectations

 

4. Planned Expenditure

 Desired Outcome

 Action/ Approach

Cost

Monitoring

Lead

Evidence and Rationale

Quality Teaching For All

 

 

A. Higher rates of progress

across KS2 for pupils eligible

for PP

Allocate teaching assistant time to planning and running specific interventions for children deemed to be disadvantaged 

Small group interventions in Numeracy and Literacy and Social Skills with a focus on our current Year 4 class

 9 hours per week

1 hour in Classes 1,2,3,5,6 and 4 hours in Class 4

 

Training for key staff in learning interventions

£5,765

1 hr per week = £644 per year

Standards  & Effectiveness Committee

PP Governor

SLT

RK

Class teacher

 

Our current Y4 class has the highest percentage of PP and low ability children in the school. The class is also well above PAN with 35 children in it.

See Sutton Trust EEF

Teaching and Learning Toolkit.

1:1 tuition

Small group tuition

Oral language intervention

Feedback

Mastery learning

 

Gap narrowed between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged

Greater progress.

 Higher levels of attainment

A. Higher rates of progress

across KS2 for pupils eligible

for PP

Purchase resources (including IT programs) in order to support small group/ 1:1 support with a particular focus on reading, writing and Maths

Purple Mash

Boxhall Profile

Mathletics

Nessy Reading Programme

Spelling Shed

Oxford Owl

 

A four laptops to be bought and to be provided to pupils on a loan basis to carry out interventions at home.

 

 

 

£673

 

£666

 

£288

Total £2027

 

 

£2,700

Standards & Effectiveness Committee

PP Governor

SLT

RK

IT Coordinator

All staff

Sutton trust – EEF

Teaching and Learning toolkit

Reading comprehension strategies

Mastery learning

Social and emotional learning

 

Targeted Support

 

 

 

B. Children's social and 

     emotional needs met

Lego therapy inc. staff training and equipment

 

£655

SENDco

Standards & Effectiveness Committee

EB

Sutton Trust - EEF

Social and Emotional Learning

B. Children’s social and

     emotional needs met

C.  Improved concentration      

     skills for pupils eligible for PP

     in school.

 Learning mentor to provide nurture support in a 1:1 and small group situation to address emotional social concerns and also academic needs when required

Nurture groups throughout school

 Support for families during crisis

£9,000

Standards & Effectiveness Committee

PP Governor

SLT

RK/ AL

See Sutton Trust EEF

Teaching and Learning Toolkit.

Social emotional

Meta Cognition and Regulation

 

Social and emotional needs of children met and children have a readiness for learning

 

C.  Improved concentration      

     skills for pupils eligible for

    PP in school.

 

Small group Circus Skills

£250.00

Standards & Effectiveness Committee

PP Governor

SLT

 AL

To improve large and small motor skills

Other Approaches

 

 

 

 

 

 

B. Children’s social and

     emotional needs met

Extended learning

 PP trips and clubs

 Visitors in school/ play    leading  resources etc.

£500

Standards & Effectiveness Committee

PP Governor

SLT

RK

See Sutton Trust – EEF

Teaching and Learning Toolkit

Digital Technology

Mastery Learning

Outdoor Adventure Learning

Social and Emotional Learning

 

To enhance the learning of all pupils by providing access to extra- curricular clubs and trips

B. Improved concentration skills & opportunities

Whole class music lesson in Y5

£1,300

Standards & Effectiveness Committee

PP Governor

LK/ EB

See Sutton Trust - EEF

Mastery Learning

B. Children’s social and

     emotional needs met

 Milk for FSM eligible children

£250.00

RK/ JM

RK/ JM

Contribution to healthy school

 Total Spend

 £22,447

 

 

 

 

 

For more information please visit http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/pupilsupport/premium