PARENTPAY CEOP

01782 973780

Pupil Premium 2016 - 2017

TOTAL ALLOCATION £62040


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

Pupil premium children are not attaining as well as other pupils in early years due to language barriers and social development

Pupil premium children are not performing as well as other children in phonics due to limited opportunities to read

External Barriers

Pupil premium children attendance is lower than all other pupils

Identified barrier to learning

Desired Outcome

Focus Priority Area

Person Responsible

Cost

Evaluation

Impact

Behaviour for Learning- Productivity/

Presentation/ Distraction

 

Gaps in learning

 

Self-confidence

 

 

 

To ensure PP children are making at least good progress in R, W, M from across the school

· One to one coaching and Feedback

· Small group interventions for R, W, M

· Targeted timely intervention

· Additional TA support

· Improve reading for pleasure- Accelerated Reader

· Split teaching

 

Headteacher/Deputy Headteacher

 

 

 

£45,707.78

Data

Monitoring

Pupil progress meetings

ARONAARE plans

 

PSED

Communication and language

To rapidly reduce the gap between disadvantaged pupils and other in EYFS

· Bespoke curriculum to support PSED where identified

· 1:1/ small group intervention

· Speech and Language programme

EYFS Leader

3792.66

Data

Monitoring

Pupil progress meetings

ARONAARE plans

 

Limited opportunities to read

 

Communication and language

To rapidly reduce the gap between PP children and other school pupils in Phonics

· Quality First Teaching in Phonics- Ruth Miskin consultancy package

· One to one RWI Tuition

· Reading Leader coaching and mentoring

· Reading to an adult daily

RWI Leader

£4111.37

 

Frequent assessments

RWI consultancy observations

Phonics screen results

 

Retention

To ensure that SEND PP children make at least progress

· Quality first teaching- differentiaton

· 1:1 Precision Teaching

· 1:1 interventions

· RWI

Inclusion Leader

 

 

 

£2635.05

Regular monitoring

Half termly assessments

 

Gaps in learning

 

To ensure aspirational targets are met for PP children in Y2/Y6

· Booster interventions delivered by the teacher

· Part time TA in Y6

· Part time TA in Y2

Year 2 and Year 6 Teachers

 

£4429.28

Data

Monitoring

Pupil progress meetings

ARONAARE plans

 

Attendance

Lates

To improve attendance of disadvantaged pupils so that it is in line with all pupils

· Attendance consultancy ADC

· Family Liaison Officer

· Free breakfast club/BAC

· Pick-ups where needed

Headteacher/ FLO

 

 

 

 

£1363.86

 

 

Improving trend in attendance between PP children and other pupils (School and national)

 

Support for parents

Specific family circumstances

To support disadvantaged pupils identified for pupil well-being

· Family Liaison Worker

· Early Help meetings and follow up actions

· Counselling

· Introduction of CPOMS

 

FLO

Record of reduced safeguarding incidents

Invoices

 

 

Lack of first-hand experience

Ensure PP children have a varied, rich educational experience

· Educational Visits

· Homework support

· Y5 Residential

· SPA Top 20 experiences- pupil charter

· Visitors to school

· After School Clubs

Business Manager/FLO

 

 

 

Additional Spend

Pupil voice

Invoices

 

 

 

Total Cost:

 

£62040

 

 

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