Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium 2015-2016 (total funding: £21,540 April 2015-April 2016)

 
We have identified that the best areas to support are:
• Maths- quick recall and developing mental strategies
• Engagement with the learning process and enjoyment of reading
• Phonics

 

 
 
Funding has been put into the following intervention programmes to ‘narrow the gap’ between these pupils and their peers:
• 1 to 1 literacy support
• 1 to 1 maths support
•Phonics Programmes
 
Typically,teachers work 1 to 1 develop the children's understanding of concepts and make assessments about the children's learning needs. These teachers then manage programmes of learning often making use of teaching assistants to practice the necessary skills.
 
 
Some of the funding has also been used to fund:
  • Classroom support
  • Outdoor programmes focussed on improving behaviour, engagement and team work.
  • Outdoor programmes that help improve engagement.
  • Developing effective 'Whole school' approaches to learning: Immersive learning; Project Based Learning; Use of I-Pads; Adventure Learning strategies.
 
Pupil Premium 2016-2017 (total funding: £21,540 April 2015-April 2016)
 
We have identified that the best areas to support are:
• Maths- developing mastery- developing mathematical language and reasoning, quick recall, concrete to abstract, written methods and developing mental strategies.
• Engagement with the learning process and enjoyment of reading
• Phonics and spelling

 

Funding has been put into the following intervention programmes to ‘narrow the gap’ between these pupils and their peers:

  • 1 to 1 literacy support
  • 1 to 1 maths support
  • precision teaching
  • Phonics Programmes
 
Typically, teachers work 1 to 1 develop the children's understanding of concepts and make assessments about the children's learning needs. These teachers then manage programmes of learning, often making use of teaching assistants to practice the necessary skills.
 
 
Some of the funding has also been used to fund:
  • Classroom support
  • Outdoor programmes focussed on improving behaviour, engagement and team work.
  • Outdoor programmes that help improve engagement.
  • Developing effective 'Whole school' approaches to learning: Immersive learning; Project Based Learning; Use of I-Pads; Adventure Learning strategies.