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Stretham Community Primary School

Pupil Premium Plan: Predicted Expenditure 2020-21

Distribution of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium: Autumn 2020

Year Group:

FS

1

2

3

4

5

6

Total

FSM (E6)

3

8

5

6

5

6

7

40

% of cohort

15%

28%

25%

26%

24%

25%

32%

25%

 

Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) received (April 2020)

Total number of pupils on roll

159

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

40

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1,345

Total amount of PPG received

£48,420 (based on 36 pupils at census day)

 

Nature of Support 2020/21

To ensure that progress for those children eligible for the Pupil Premium Funding matches or exceeds that of their peers, Pupil Premium funding will be used for the following:

  • Extra teaching assistant hours have been paid for to support the running of intervention programmes for pupils who have difficulty accessing the curriculum. (Interventions such as ELS, ENS, 5 Minute Box, Precision Teaching and Numicon as well as teacher planned interventions, (e.g. pre-learning; over-learning) to target specific learning needs). 
  • Literacy/phonics booster sessions for KS1 pupils run by a teaching assistant
  • This will cover approximately 25% of the school’s spending on Teaching Assistants – approx. £40000
  • Pupil Premium Champion dedicated time to:

-continue to establish relationships with PPG children

-to conduct Pupil Interviews

-create a case study of each PPG child in the school

-to meet with Class teachers to discuss strengths and weaknesses of PPG children and develop actions plan listing interventions and support

-carry out observations of PPG pupils

-to carry out teacher planned interventions with PPG children

-meet with PPG link Governor to discuss and share impact - approx. £5000

  • Investing in a curriculum (initially in humanities) which is heavy in vocabulary, concept and schema development - £500
  • 1:1 reading sessions for children in both KS1 and KS2- to support children experiencing difficulty in reading and to develop comprehension skills – volunteers (when they can be safely re-admitted to school) and TAs
  • Additional interventions for children in reading, writing and maths in upper KS2 delivered by an experienced teacher approx. £3000
  • Training an ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant) and delivering support in school - £500

 

In addition to this spending some of the Pupil Premium funding will also be used to enrich the curriculum and wider support for this disadvantaged group. This includes spending on – approx. £1000;

  • Residential trips and visits
  • Music Tuition
  • School uniform   
  • School milk

We are aware that there is also money being provided to schools for catch-up and tutoring to help ameliorate loss of learning due to the coronavirus pandemic for all pupils.  This is separate to the Pupil Premium Grant but there may well be some overlap.

 

As 2019 - 2020 involved a large amount of missed time from school (Coronavirus Lockdown), there is not a review available for this period.  A two year review will be made at the end of 2021 covering the 2019 - 2020 year and the 2020 - 2021 year.

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