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St Paul's C of E Primary School Pupil Premium Action Plan 2018-2019

Amount of Grant Received for 2019-20 = £137,280

Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, not all of the Pupil Premium was spent during 2019/20. A total of £10,250 will be carried forward and used to enhance the provision for Pupil Premium pupils in 2020/21. The unspent elements are shown in red text below.

 

Area of Focus Evidence of need (why we are doing it) Aims & Action Plan Funding Breakdown Impact
Fluency of reading Analysis of barriers of pupils not achieving ARE demonstrated that fluency of reading was a key barrier Reading Eggs/ Eggspress purchased and being used as a daily intervention with targeted pupils to increase pupils’ fluency in reading £504 Children started to show an increase in fluency however this intervention was put on hold due to school closure. Those children in Year 1 that returned in June continued to access this intervention on their return.
Intervention to continue in 2020/2021
Closing the gap in Maths in KS2 Gap analysis identified specific gaps in Maths knowledge/understanding Third Space Learning Maths 1:1 Online Tuition to close identified gaps £3,980 10 Year 6 children accessed this intervention – teacher assessment showed that pupil’s basic mathematic concepts improved.
Targeted support focused on pupils who receive PP but do not have any other vulnerability e.g. SEN, EAL Data has indicated that some PP pupils (who do not have any other vulnerability e.g. SEN, EAL) are not working at ARE Targeted support to close the gap – provided through additional interventions run by both qualified teachers and LSAs

£90,396

-£9,600

All pupils who attended interventions with focused teaching staff, made at least expected progress. Many made accelerated progress.
Improving attendance of specific pupils Attendance records indicate there are still some key pupils with low attendance. Data and Pupil Progress Meetings indicate that this is a barrier to progress for some pupils DSL/ SLT focus on attendance in regular meetings
Dedicated time for office staff to track, analyse and take specific actions to target specific families.
Dedicated regular sessions with IO to address attendance issues
£1,620 Attendance has improved for some pupils in targeted families but remains a barrier for other pupils. This will need to continue to be an area of focus next year. The school will be working closely with the new IO to ensure that this barrier is minimised as far as possible.
Improving engagement of hard-to-reach families Progress data and analysis of pupils’ wellbeing indicates that some pupils of hard to reach families’ progress both academically and socially and emotionally is slower than that of their peers New FSW with dedicated time to engage and work alongside hard-to-reach families through a variety of means, including Multi-Family Groups, home visits and bespoke support packages £14,916 Multi Family Groups -. Evidence shows that it had a positive impact on the relationship between, parents, child and school. The Family Support Worker has worked tirelessly during Lockdown to support our vulnerable parents and families during this difficult time. As a result we have received positive praise both directly to school, and in the wider community. The FSW has also ensured that timely and accurate referrals have been made to Children’s Services when necessary.
Improving resilience and emotional wellbeing of targeted pupils Progress data and analysis of pupils’ wellbeing indicates that some pupils who are not perfoming at ARE academically also have poor emotional wellbeing/ resilience Wellbeing Lead & ELSA to plan and deliver a wellbeing programme across the school, including a tailored wellbeing curriculum and ELSA. £22,864 All pupils who received support from Wellbeing Lead / ELSA had improved self-esteem. This lead to better engagement, improved learning behaviours and better outcomes for those pupils. ELSA Lead made contact with those pupils receiving ELS during Lockdown to support their mental wellbeing during this difficult time.
Funding places for curriculum trips and out of hours care Trip payment records show that some children/families find it hard to pay for curriculum trips and out of hours care Teachers and Office staff to identify children/families that need support for paying for curriculum trips and out of hours care

£3000

-£650

Those pupils who qualified where able to access school trips and out of hours care. This has had a significant impact on their own self- esteem and has helped to support their learning by engaging them in a practical and holistic way.

 

St Paul’s C of E Primary School Pupil Premium Action Plan 2020-2021
Amount of Grant Received for 2020-2021 = £ 148,605

Summary of main barriers
• Fluency of reading in KS1 and lower KS2
• Some gaps in learning identified for some PP pupils who do not have any other vulnerability e.g. SEN/EAL, especially in Maths
• Attendance
• Emotional wellbeing
• Lack of exposure to a variety of first hand experiences

Area of Focus Evidence of need (why we are doing it) Aims & Action Plan Funding Breakdown      Impact and Evidence Record                 
Fluency of reading Analysis of barriers of pupils not achieving ARE demonstrated that fluency of reading was a key barrier Reading Eggs/ Eggspress purchased and being used as a daily intervention with targeted pupils to increase pupils’ fluency in reading £520                                     
Targeted support focused on pupils who receive PP but do not have any other vulnerability e.g. SEN, EAL Data has indicated that some PP pupils (who do not have any other vulnerability e.g. SEN, EAL) are not working at ARE Targeted support to close the gap – provided through additional interventions run by both qualified teachers and LSAs £87,710  
Improving attendance of specific pupils Attendance records indicate there are still some key pupils with low attendance. Data and Pupil Progress Meetings indicate that this is a barrier to progress for some pupils DSL / SLT focus on attendance in regular meetings
Dedicated time for office staff to track, analyse and take specific actions to target specific families
Dedicated regular sessions with IO to address attendance issues
£7,240  
Improving engagement of hard-to-reach families Progress data and analysis of pupils’ wellbeing indicates that some pupils of hard to reach families’ progress both academically and socially and emotionally is slower than that of their peers New FSW with dedicated time to engage and work alongside hard-to-reach families through a variety of means, including Multi-Family Groups, home visits and bespoke support packages. This will be even more essential when the children return from school closure due to the pandemic. £15,325  
Improving resilience and emotional wellbeing of targeted pupils Progress data and analysis of pupils’ wellbeing indicates that some pupils who are not perfoming at ARE academically also have poor emotional wellbeing / resilience Wellbeing Lead & ELSA to plan and deliver a wellbeing programme across the school, including a tailored wellbeing curriculum and ELSA. This will be even more essential when the children return from school closure due to the pandemic. £34,810  
Funding places for curriculum trips and out of hours care Trip payment records show that some children/families find it hard to pay for curriculum trips and out of hours care Teachers and Office staff to identify children / families that need support for paying for curriculum trips and out of hours care £3,000  

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