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20/03/20

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19/03/20

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18/03/20

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18/03/20

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Pupil Premium

We recognise the following as barriers to future attainment and progress:

  • Exceptionally low levels of attainment on entry to school, particularly in communication and understanding language, which affects progress in FSU and in both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
  • Inconsistent parental support in ensuring that pupils attend school regularly, on time and ready to learn
  • Poor mental health caused by stress, anxiety and low self-esteem.

We intend to use our Pupil premium funding to:

  • Improve levels of attainment on entry to Key Stage 1 so that as pupils enter Year 1 we have diminished the disadvantage.
  • Employ a Home School Community Link Worker who will raise parental expectations and support the development of appropriate parenting strategies.  This in turn will impact on attendance, punctuality and pupil’s readiness to learn
  • Provide Breakfast Club to ensure that all pupils start the day ready to learn.
  • Target the most vulnerable and disadvantaged pupils in Key Stage 1 to ensure that pupils in danger of underachieving receive support from a dedicated Teaching Assistant
  • Provide 1:1 tuition for those disadvantaged pupils in Key Stage 2 for whom we are not diminishing the gap.
  • Provide Play therapy, access to a Thrive Practitioner, and/or early assessment by Educational Psychologist for those pupils who require emotional and social support. 

Analysis of Pupil Premium Funding

Financial Year

Amount of Pupil Funding

2015/2016

£79,780

2016/2017

£61,300

2017/2018

£56,600