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Pupil Premium Impact 2020-2021

Academic Year

Pupil Premium funding

% of school entitled to PP funding

2021-22

£89442

15.6%

2020-21

£107600

21.7%

2019-20

£113520

22.7%

 

Pupil Premium data for the academic year 2020-2021

Year group

Number of eligible pupils

Percentage of eligible pupils

Nursery

5

10.9

Reception

7

13.7

1

14

23.7

2

9

18.8

3

16

27.1

4

14

24.6

5

8

15.1

6

13

21.7

 

Principles:

  • Ensuring that the teaching & learning meets the needs of all our pupils & that specific provision is made for pupils from vulnerable groups who are disadvantaged.
  • Funding will be allocated following a needs analysis which will identify priority classes, groups or individuals to move pupils to at least age related expectations.

Provision will include:

  • Providing small group work with an experienced teacher focussed on overcoming gaps in learning.
  • 1-1 support with teachers or Learning Support Assistants.
  • Additional teaching & learning opportunities provided through interventions provided by trained learning support assistants or external providers as appropriate.
  • Providing opportunities to support pupils’ mental health and well-being
  • Ensuring the implementation of the school’s recovery curriculum supports pupils progress for eligible pupils.

Reporting:

  • The school will report to stakeholders and the governing body on pupil premium spending each year. This will include progress made on narrowing the gap as well as an evaluation of effectiveness of any spending provision

 

Our PP interventions enable children to work with a teacher or LSA in a small group or 1:1 to improve an area of vulnerability

Some interventions and actions supported by the Pupil Premium funding for 2020-2021:

Year Group

Intention of Support

Expected Outcomes and Impact

All

Access to trained LSA to support emotional and well-being needs

Increased ability to focus on learning in classrooms

Y1-6

1:1 and small group reading interventions

Children progress and attainment rapidly improves in phonics, reading fluency, vocabulary, reading comprehension, spoken English and written English.

N

Targeted communication and language development:

 

‘Look, do, listen’

 

Language and social skills group

Children will be able to maintain attention and take turns.

Children will follow one-step instructions.

Children will be able to take part in social activities with their peers and use expressive language.

R

Targeted communication and language development:

Look and listen (stage 1 + 2)

Following instructions

Understanding basic vocabulary.

 

Children will be able to apply skills during whole class direct teaching and 1:1 sessions.

Children will use increased vocabulary during free flow.

1

Phonics:

Reading, phonics and spelling intervention

Vocabulary and grammar intervention

 

Increase confidence and skills in reading, spelling, fine-motor skills and writing.

1 + 2

Number

Developing number fluency with numbers 1 to 20.

Place value, number bonds, more/less

Improved number formation and fine-motor skills

Improved number fluency.

2

Number

Developing number fluency with numbers 1 to 100.

Place value, number bonds, more/less

Improved confidence and number fluency

2

Phonics

Phase 2 sound recognition

Improved reading and comprehension skills.

2

Fine motor skills

Cutting, pencil grip, letter and number formation, following lines

Children make rapid progress towards Y2 handwriting expectations.

3

Phonics catch up

Additional targeted support for children who do not have a secure understanding of phase 3-5 phonics due to March 2020 lockdown.

Rapid progress and improved attainment in reading fluency and comprehension.

3

Maths

Recall of number bonds and expected known facts.

Improved number fluency.

4, 5 + 6

Spelling

Word Wasp

Improved spelling

Apply spelling patterns in their writing

4

Maths

Numicon

Plus 1

Improved number fluency

5

Phonics/Spelling/Sentence Structure

Focus on HFW strategies

Sentence Structure

Toe-by-Toe

Improved spelling, reading and writing

5

Maths

Number fluency (including multiplication facts and place value)

Improved number fluency

6

Maths

Power of 2

Accurate rapid recall of number facts

6

Maths Intervention Group

Opportunity to set and reduce class sizes for even more effective targeting of support and challenge.

Rapid progress and improvement in attainment in maths

6

English Intervention Group

Opportunity to set and reduce class sizes for even more effective targeting of support and challenge.

Rapid progress and improvement in attainment in English

6

Reading

Echo Reading Group

Reading pace, stamina and intonation is improved.  Strategies for understanding new vocabulary used independently.

 

Progress (2020-2021)

Expected progress in a single academic year is 6 points.

There have been no statutory assessments carried out in 2020-21 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The following table demonstrates the progress made by children during the academic year and is based on teacher assessments.

 

Reading

Writing

Mathematics (Numbers for Reception)

 

Progress of all pupils

Progress of Pupil Premium pupils

Progress of all pupils

Progress of Pupil Premium pupils

Progress of all pupils

Progress of Pupil Premium pupils

Year 1

8.7

8.2

7.8

6.3

8.5

8.5

Year 2

7.3

5.7

8.3

6.8

8.2

7.0

Year 3

7

5.9

6.8

6.2

7.4

6.7

Year 4

6.7

6.2

6.0

5.7

7.3

7.1

Year 5

6.8

6.2

7.3

6.8

7.2

6.8

Year 6

7.2

7.6

8.0

8.0

7.4

6.8

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