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Gilthill Primary School

Pupil Premium 2020-21

Our plan for pupil premium funding in the academic year 2020-2021

Budget Allocation £39,625

  • Part Time additional teacher to support academic, social and life skills in Year 5 and 6
  • Teaching assistant one to one and small group work across KS2
  • Teaching assistant support in KS1and YR to include early language support work
  • Resources to enhance continuous provision of social play activities to boost self-esteem in KS1
  • Training programmes for staff in early language and positive play activities.

 

How the school is to measure the impact/effect

 

  • % of pupils achieving expected standards at the end of Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2
  • % of pupils making positive progress in reading, writing and mathematics throughout the school measured by work scrutiny in writing from starting point.
  • Pupil Premium children are able to enhance their education by participating in extra curricular activities and music tuition
  • Pupil Premium have had the opportunity to access additional school resources to help their learning in the home.
  • Children can talk about their feelings in a controlled way.
  • The class teacher and the Headteacher or the SENco monitor and analyse the progress of the pupils during the pupil progress meetings which take place termly. Records are kept on interventions for the children who have received support
  • Improved attendance

 

Evaluation of 2020-21 PP strategy

 

Aim

Outcome

Part Time additional teacher to support academic, social and life skills in Year 5 and 6

Having an additional teacher helped to settle children back into school following the lockdown and provided smaller focused groups to support catch up.

Teaching assistant one to one and small group work across KS2

Each class had TA support which enabled catch up teaching, intervention and opportunities for emotional support (especially following the lockdown). This support helped children to catch up with missed learning.

Some pupils received additional support when they attended school during the lockdown.

Teaching assistant support in KS1and YR to include early language support work

Pupils were identified for additional speech and language support. Some support from SALT funded by SBAP. Language was a key focus across each year group.

Resources to enhance continuous provision of social play activities to boost self-esteem in KS1

The additional classroom has been better equipped to allow for continuous provision across Y1 and Y2. Some multi-cultural play people were purchased to better reflect the classroom diversity

Some larger play equipment (sand tray) still needed

Planning documents show clear thought to continuous provision and enhanced provision activities to boost self-esteem

Training programmes for staff in early language and positive play activities.

Positive play training

Language lead training

KS1 staff accessed speech and language training provided by SALT

 

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