Pupil Premium

Priorities: 'Better Never Stops'

Priorities are driven by:

  • Observation of the children and their needs
  • Data analysis at school and national level
  • Review of the last plan and best value
  • Research e.g. Hattie, Sutton Trust  and ‘Transforming Writing’ (National Literacy Trust)

 

As a consequence, the priorities are:

  • Early spoken language
  • Early mathematical concepts and vocabulary development
  • The development of a range of grammatical structures and an expanded vocabulary
  • 'Talk for Writing’ including the internalisation of texts
  • A meta- cognitive whole school approach to spelling
  • Mastery of mathematics
  • Reading – decoding and comprehension
  • Quality feedback and direct instruction (Hattie and Sutton Toolkit)

 

The school feels confident that these priorities will also serve to prepare the children for the New National Curriculum, which is a ‘mastery’ curriculum.

 

Main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils:

Speech and language difficulties 

Social, emotional and mental health difficulties 

Poor basic skills upon entry to school including handwriting

English as an additional language

Dyslexia type difficulties

Varying parental capacity to support learning

 

Our next pupil premium review will take place on 10th July 2018 when our board of governors meet.

 

For more information and our more detailed plan, please click on the links below. The action plan will also show how impact and effect of expenditure for 2017-2018 will be measured.

Pupil Premium Strategy 2018-2019

2018-2019 Pupil Premium Action Plan

2017-2018 Pupil Premium Action Plan

2016-2017 Pupil Premium Impact Statement

2016-2017 Pupil Premium Action Plan

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-2017

 

Historic Pupil Premium Analyses

KS1 Analysis 2013-15

KS2 PP APS 13-15

KS2 Data Table 20113-15

PP Impact Evaluation 2014-15

Pupil Premium Case Study

Pupil Premium Action Plan 2014-2015

Pupil Premium Impact Evaluation 2013-2014

KS2 Data Table 2012-2014 - School and National Comparisons

Pupil Premium Action Plan 2013-2014