Statutory Information

Funding received in 2015-2016: £132,000

Budget allocations for 2015-2016:

Teachers (Teaching): £37,889.09
Teaching Assistants (Nurture and emotional support): £30,698.08
Family Support Worker: £13,425.59
School Nurse: £4,000
1:1 support: £1,000
Admin and Clerical Staff: £1,654.65
Journey Grants (Boarding and Lodging): £3,920
Extra-Curricular: £20,000
School Fund: £1,500
LBS Hub: £400
CPD: £2,000
Homework Club: £1,500
Projects: £5,000

 

Year Group

Gap being addressed

Intervention Type

Objective

Impact (Summer 2016)

Staff CPD

 

Pupil Premium leader and teachers attends regular training to keep updated with best practices and ways to spend funding for maximum impact.

 

Teaching Assistants are fully trained in delivering the following support ELSA, Talk and Draw, Dinosaur School and Play & Talk.

PP leader trained and more TAs trained in delivering programmes which support pupils' social emotional and mental health.

Base and Nursery

Developing prime areas of learning from the Early Years Outcomes such as Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Communication and language and physical development

 

 

Lending library of a range of  resources

 

Support from Family Support Worker and the school nurse

 

 

 

 

To increase their communication skills.

To develop their fine motor skills.

To increase independency and to inspire a love of learning.

Busy Bag project has been very successful in the Base and the Nursery. All involved have commented on the impact it has had on the children’s fine motor skills and language communication skills.

 

Family support worker has been trained in many areas to support children with their social, emotional and mental health such as ELSA.

 

The school nurse visited the children and gave advice about personal hygiene.

Reception

Developing prime areas of learning from the Early Years Outcomes such as Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Communication and language and physical development

 

 

 

Narrow the gap in Reading, Writing and Maths

 

 

 

Enrichment and enhancement opportunities

 

 

Offer Emotional support as needed

 

 

 

 

Lending library of a range of  resources

 

In class support and small group support from Teachers and Teaching Assistants

 

Nurturing sessions led by Teaching Assistants

 

In class support and small group support from Teachers and Teaching Assistants

 

 

Subsidising costs of school trips and after school clubs

 

 

Support from Family Support worker and the School Nurse

 

 

ELSA, Talk and Draw, Play and Talk, Dinosaur School sessions with Teaching Assistants that have received full training to deliver these sessions.

 

 

 

 

To increase their communication skills.

To develop their fine motor skills.

To increase independency and to inspire a love of learning.

 

To ensure that pupils settle into their Reception routines quickly so they can begin learning effectively.

 

To eliminate potential gaps in learning and ensure they make rapid progress in their assessments

 

 

 

All children participate in clubs offered

 

 

To ensure children feel safe and happy

Busy bags have been well received by parents especially the fine motor skills activities.

 

All children offered extra-curricular activities with a high percentage uptake.

 

Intervention groups have offered children the chance to talk through emotional issues and have resulted in improved focus in class and better well-being

 

Family support worker has been trained in many areas to support children with their social, emotional and mental health such as ELSA.

 

The school nurse visited the children and gave advice about personal hygiene and how to look after ourselves.

Year 1 to Year 2

 

Narrow the gap in Reading, Writing and Maths

 

In class support and small group support from Teachers and Teaching Assistants

 

1:1 support

 

 

 

To close the gap within these areas.

To increase confidence and self-esteem in writing and spoken language.

To improve children’s comprehension skills.

To increase the children’s mathematical concepts and subject knowledge.

Tracking meetings enabled us to identify any causes for concern early on in the year to ensure that all children were meeting the Expected standard by the end of the year. Any children that did not achieve this will be given the appropriate support.

Enrichment and enhancement opportunities

 

Subsidising costs of school trips and after school clubs

 

All children participate

 

All children attended the year group school trips and after school clubs were subsidised.

Offer Emotional support as needed

 

 

Support from Family Support worker and the School Nurse

 

ELSA, Talk and Draw, Play and Talk, Dinosaur School sessions with Teaching Assistants that have received full training to deliver these sessions.

 

To ensure children feel safe and happy

 

This has proven to be an invaluable resource as it has made a huge impact on the children’s social, emotional and mental well-being. Children have become more confident and happier and have learnt strategies on how to deal with difficult situations.

Year 3 to Year 6

In class support and small group support from Teachers and Teaching Assistants

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In class support and small group support from Teachers and Teaching Assistants

 

1:1 support

To close the gap within these areas.

To increase confidence and self-esteem in writing and spoken language.

To improve children’s comprehension and inference skills.

To increase the children’s mathematical concepts and subject knowledge.

To increase children’s confidence in Maths.

To ensure all children are making progress and are at the expected level.

Homework club offered on Fridays after school

Boarding and lodging costs for residential trips subsidised.

 

Homework club was very popular and supported those in need of the extra support.

 

Tracking meetings enabled us to identify any causes for concern early on in the year to ensure that all children were meeting the Expected standard by the end of the year. Any children that did not achieve this will be given the appropriate support

 

 

 

Enrichment and enhancement opportunities

 

 

Subsidising costs of school trips and after school clubs

 

Homework Club offered after school

 

Kindle Club to increase fluency and confidence in reading. Kindles loaned out to the children for a year.

 

All children participate

 

Boarding and lodging costs for residential trips subsidised.

 

Homework club was very popular and supported those in need of the extra support.

 

Kindle club increased the reading ages and the fluency of all the children that took part.

Offer Emotional support as needed

 

 

Support from Family Support worker and the School Nurse

 

ELSA, Talk and Draw, Play and Talk, Dinosaur School sessions with Teaching Assistants that have received full training to deliver these sessions.

 

To ensure children feel safe and happy

This has proven to be an invaluable resource as it has made a huge impact on the children’s social, emotional and mental well-being. Children have become more confident and happier and have learnt strategies on how to deal with difficult situations.

 

More training has been booked for more members of staff to lead social and emotional programmes.

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