Pupil Premium Funding

2020/2021 Estimated Current Allocation: £24,865 in Pupil Premium.

From 2019/20 we will be looking at a 3 year strategy to move away from “time-consuming” full annual reviews. Instead we will look at a “multi-year approach”, such as one review covering a three-year period, with “light touch” annual reviews. Thus following the DFE’s directive which would help schools take a longer view of the support the grant would provide and “align their plan with the wider school improvement strategy”.

Pupil Premium Plan 2019-2022 in response to reports from the Education Endowment Foundation and Sutton Trust, the following provision is planned.

Barriers to learning include language (EYFS literacy 62% 2019) and vocabulary (phonics below national in 2017, 2018), attention, self-esteem and rural isolation (majority of activities beyond school are in nearest town).

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2019-2022  (NYCC  achievement unlocked conference)

School Overview

Metric

Data

School name Gargrave CE VC Primary School
Pupils in school 103
Proportion of disadvantaged pupils 23%
Pupil premium allocation this academic year £24,865
Academic year or years covered by statement 2019-2022
Publish date 01 December 2019
Review date 25th March 2021 & 10th July 2021
Statement authorised by Jane Ellis
Pupil premium lead Sarah Peel
Governor lead Jane Ellis

 

Disadvantaged pupil progress scores for last academic year (2019)

Measure

Score

Reading 4.32
Writing 3.82
Maths 1.88

 

Disadvantaged pupil performance overview for last three years 2017-2019

Measure

Score

Meeting expected standard at KS2

50%

Achieving high standard at KS2

0%

 

 Strategy aims for disadvantaged pupils

Measure

Activity

Meet phonics standard Ensure all relevant staff (including new staff) have received paid-for training to deliver the phonics scheme effectively
Meet expected standard in maths, EYFS, KS1 & KS2 Work with the maths hub and embed Teaching for Mastery across all year groups
Meet national standard Ensuring gaps in learning (COVID 19) are addressed

 

Projected Spending

 

£20,830

 

Teaching priorities for current academic year

Aim

Target

Target date

Positive Progress in Reading Achieve national average progress scores in KS2 Reading (0) Sept 21
Positive Progress in Writing Achieve national average progress scores in KS2 Writing (0) Sept 21
Positive Progress in Mathematics Achieve average KS2 Mathematics progress score Maths (0) Sept 21
Phonics – national standard Achieve national average expected standard in PSC Sept 21
Attendance Improve attendance of disadvantaged pupils to school average (97.5%) Sept 21

 

Remember to focus support on disadvantaged pupils reaching the expected standard in phonics check at end of Y1

Measure

Activity

Meet phonics standard Ensure all relevant staff (including new staff) have received paid-for training to deliver the phonics scheme effectively, regular review of teaching
Meet expected standard in maths, EYFS, KS1 and KS2 Work with the maths hub and Teaching for Mastery across all year groups: pictorial representations in lessons, mixed age classes delivery of curriculum
Meet national standard Ensuring staff use evidence-based whole-class teaching interventions.  Review core reading books.
Projected spending £15,000

 

Targeted academic support for current academic year

Measure

Activity

Meet phonics standard Implement raving Readers across all year groups to increase reading for pleasure
Meet expected standard in maths, EYFS, KS1 and KS2 Establish small group maths and phonics interventions for disadvantaged pupils falling behind age-related expectations.  TTRS, Spag.com, Spelling Shed, Ed Shed.
Meet national stadard Encouraging wider reading and providing catch-up in mathematics and reading.
Projected spending £5,000

 

Wider strategies for current academic year

Measure

Activity

Meet national standard

Signposting and promoting SELFA activities

Meet national standard

Promote after-school clubs and music tuition to widen experiences.

Meet national standard

Improving attendance and readiness to learn for the most disadvantaged pupils

Projected spending

£1000

 

 Monitoring and Implementation

Area

Challenge

Mitigating Action

Teaching Ensuring enough time is given over to allow for staff professional development

Use of maths hub, Phonics hub (Burley Woodhead) to allow staff development 

Targeted Support

Ensuring enough time for school maths-lead and English lead to organise and facilitate catch-up.

Subject leads have 1 hour per week.

 

 

Wider Strategies Engaging the families facing most challenges

Direct work with families to improve attendance and engagement

 

 Review: last year’s aims and outcomes

 

2019-2020

 

Aim Outcome
Ensure all relevant staff (including new staff) have received paid-for training to deliver the phonics scheme effectively

All staff delivering phonics in KS1 and KS2 received training in school. Phonics was delivered effectively (see Burley Woodhead notes)

 

Work with the maths hub and embed Teaching for Mastery across all year groups

All teachers had received training, including the use pf representations in lessons, the use of question stems

 

Ensuring staff use evidence-based whole-class teaching interventions

SENCO has monitored and ensured interventions are measured at the start and end of intervention

 

 

Reports