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2018/19 Pupil Premium - Planned Expenditure

 

How will we spend the money allocated to the Infant School children in 2018/19?

 

Featherby Infant School

Featherby Infant School has been allocated £47,520 for its Pupil Premium grant to support disadvantaged children.

18.8% of children qualify for Pupil Premium at Featherby Infant School.

 

Action/Intervention

Brief Details

Cost

Booster groups

Booster groups for vulnerable children in Year 2 will help to ensure the gap between PP and Non PP closes further and children begin to exceed ARE.

£4000

Lexia licences

To support the teaching of phonics and ensure that children receive the additional support in phonics ready for application into writing.

£4000

Subsidised places in Breakfast Club, with additional Breakfast Club places being provided to support attendance at morning interventions

We will continue to subsidise Breakfast Club places for Pupil Premium children as this helps to support the punctuality of these children and ensures that they start the day fully fed.

£2000

Financial support for school trips; support for voluntary contributions.

This will enable more children to be able to access school trips.

£2000

Beanstalk readers

 

 

 

 

 

Trained reading personnel to read and undertake literacy games with selected Pupil premium children to improve reading and comprehension skills and enhance confidence.

£1500

Small group and 1:1 support

LSAs have been employed to support children in small groups or 1:1 teaching. 

£5000

Drawing and talking – art therapy

The school will offer specifically focussed sessions to vulnerable children to support them with social and emotional difficulties through art therapy and opportunities to talk and draw.

£2000

My Concern

Staff will be able to log concerns about individual children on an electronic data base. This will enable DSLs to ensure early help is offered to the most vulnerable families at the earliest possible opportunity.

£2000

Developing the school’s leadership structure

A new Assistant Headship group will be in place and one will be Pupil Premium champion. They will monitor progress and attainment of Pupil Premium children and support teachers in planning for their vulnerable groups.

£6000

Curriculum Topics with Aspirational ‘Big’ Outcomes

 

We continue to have highly aspirational meaningful outcomes to learning through a cross curricular approach to learning.  We intend to include families and the local community in impressive outcomes which embed deeper learning and inspire children.

£4000

Resourcing the Curriculum 

This will engage all children making learning more accessible.

£3000

SALT – speech and language Talisman, sound linkage and rapid phonics schemes

HLTAs to screen and identify PP children who will benefit from SALT interventions.

£1500

Lunchtime alternative provision for vulnerable children.

Vulnerable children, who include a large  PP children, given the opportunity to improve their self esteem and social skills which will equally enhance learnings.

£1000

Sensory circuits for vulnerable children – some of whom are Pupil premium.

Opportunities for emotional and vulnerable children to explore and gain confidence for learning

£1000

Social group intervention

To enable children to interact effectively with their peers and develop good behaviour for learning

£2000

Extra curricular clubs

Pupil Premium children given the opportunity to succeed during lunch and after school clubs.

£2000

Staff training

Training arranged and undertaken by staff to increase subject knowledge and teaching techniques to enhance learning for PP pupils and Non PP children

£2000

Phonics equipment and resources

Specific materials that enhance the teaching and learning of phonics .

£1520

Parent workshops

Leads for Literacy and Numeracy to run parent workshops aimed primarily at PP parents.

£1000

INFANT SCHOOL CHILDREN  -  Total Expenditure: £47,520

 

 

 

How will we spend the money allocated to the Junior School children in 2018/19?

 

Featherby Junior School

Featherby Junior School has been allocated £87,120 for its Pupil Premium grant to support disadvantaged children.

22% of children qualify for Pupil Premium at Featherby Junior School

 

Action/Intervention

Brief Details

Cost

Booster groups

After previous success with booster groups for vulnerable children in Year 6 in particular continuing with this approach will help to ensure the gap closes further and children begin to exceed ARE.

£6,000

Before school interventions for PP children

Maths and English interventions for Pupil Premium children to take place before school 2 times per week

£10,000

Lexia licences

To support the teaching of phonics and ensure that children receive the additional support in phonics ready for application into writing.

£4,000

Subsidised places in Breakfast Club, with additional Breakfast Club places being provided to support attendance at morning interventions

We will continue to subsidise Breakfast Club places for Pupil Premium children as this helps to support the punctuality of these children and ensures that they start the day fully fed.

£2,000

Financial support for school trips; support for voluntary contributions.

This will enable more children to be able to access school trips.

£4,000

Beanstalk readers

Trained reading personnel to read and undertake literacy games with selected Pupil premium children to improve reading and comprehension skills and enhance confidence.

£1500

Small group and 1:1 support

 LSAs have been employed to support children in small groups or 1:1 teaching. 

£10,000

Drawing and talking – art therapy

The school will continue to offer specifically focussed sessions to vulnerable children to support them with social and emotional difficulties through art therapy and opportunities to talk and draw.

£2000

My Concern

Staff will be able to log concerns about individual children on an electronic data base. This will enable DSLs to ensure early help is offered to the most vulnerable families at the earliest possible opportunity.

£2,500

Developing the school’s leadership structure

A new Assistant Headship group will be in place and one will be Pupil Premium champion. They will monitor progress and attainment of Pupil Premium children and support teachers in planning for their vulnerable groups.

£10,000

Curriculum Topics with Aspirational ‘Big’ Outcomes

 

We continue to have highly aspirational meaningful outcomes to learning through a cross curricular approach to learning.  We intend to include families and the local community in impressive outcomes which embed deeper learning and inspire children.

£4,000

Resourcing the Curriculum 

This will engage all children making learning more accessible.

£3,000

SALT – speech and language Talisman, sound linkage and rapid phonics schemes

HLTAs to screen and identify PP children who will benefit from SALT interventions.

£1500

After school tutors

To provide additional support in meeting age related expectations in English and Maths.

£4000

Lunchtime alternative provision for        vulnerable children.

Vulnerable children, who include a majority of PP children, given the opportunity to improve their self esteem and social skills which will equally enhance learnings.

£1000

Sensory circuits for vulnerable children – some of whom are Pupil premium.

Opportunities for emotional and vulnerable children to explore and gain confidence for learning

£1500

Social group intervention

To enable children to interact effectively with their peers and develop good behavior for learning.

£4000

Reading test

To ascertain and monitor reading and comprehension levels so interventions can be directed to the PP children requiring added support

£2000

Maths no problem.

To ensure a consistent scheme of work is in place to raise the attainment and progress of children and close down the Pupil premium gap.

£10000

Extra curriculum clubs

Pupil Premium children given the opportunity to succeed during lunch and after school clubs.

£2000

Staff training

Training arranged and undertaken by staff to increase subject knowledge and teaching techniques to enhance learning for PP pupils and Non PP children

£2000

JUNIOR SCHOOL CHILDREN  - TOTAL EXPENDITURE:    £87,000