Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2017 / 2018
Pupil Premium funding: £25260
Total Number on Roll: 211
Number of Pupils entitled to Pupil Premium 17/18: 18 (including 5 children from services families)
Date of last review of this strategy: April 2017
Date of next review: April 2018
Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligible for PP including high ability)
Internal to School
- Emotional and Behavioural difficulties impact on learning for some PP children.
- Aspiration and motivation is a barrier to some children
- Additional and Special Needs is a barrier to some PP children with other identified needs.
External to School
- Some families find it difficult to engage with home learning activities to support their children as a result the home work policy was been reviewed during the spring term 2017.
|Desired Outcomes||Success Criteria|
|Teachers are able to focus more time on intervention with PP children and those in vulnerable groups who are not making good rates of progress.||Most children to have made expected or better than expected progress in reading, writing and maths by the end of the academic year.|
|Teaching Assistants will be available to work with identified children or classes where additional need exists for PP and vulnerable children and support with targeted interventions.||Most children to have made expected or better than expected progress in reading, writing and maths by the end of the academic year.|
|Children will have support during lunchtimes to develop social skills in a calm and supportive environment.||Children with emotional and behavioural needs will have a positive lunch time and be ready to learn in the afternoon.|
|The cost of trips will be supported if needed for families in receipt of FSM.||Children from low income families can access trips to enrich their learning supporting them to make better progress.|
|Play therapy sessions with a highly qualified play therapist will be available to children will emotional barriers to learning.||This will have a positive impact on the children’s ability to access learning and improve their outcomes.|