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Pupil Premium Plans 2018/2019

Pupil Premium at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School 2018/2019

Total Funding for this year: £87,120

Total Spending by school: £89, 712.14

Our 2018/2019 vision for the spending of the Pupil Premium: To raise the attainment and SEMH of all Pupil Premium children in school and narrow the attainment gap (through accelerated progress) between Pupil Premium children and their peers.

PPC = Pupil Premium Children

How Pupil Premium is spent

Approximate Cost

Rationale

Lower school early intervention HLTA focusing on phonics, reading, writing, maths, speech and language and EALIP


 

£27,996

To target Pupil Premium and any other children in EYFS and KS1 who are under-performing in core subjects by providing 1:1 support, intense intervention or small group work to boost progress and close the attainment gap early. Class teachers to identify these children at Pupil Progress meetings and set aspirational targets of accelerated progress. Class teachers to speak to HLTA to set SMART targets for intervention and tight timescales for success.

Senior Leader released half a day a week to monitor the impact and further develop interventions across school

£3,900

Interventions to be carefully monitored, by a member of SLT, as distinct groups on Target Tracker. Impact of interventions to be evaluated half termly and necessary changes/developments made. Intervention timetables to be created so SLT can monitor the standard of teaching and learning through drop-ins and ensure this progress is being reflected within Quality First Teaching.

SENCO released two days each week to develop the support and provision for all vulnerable children

£24,108

To ensure strategies and provision for the most vulnerable children is meeting the needs of the children. SENCO to engage with all outside agencies and parents in order to achieve best possible outcomes for SEN and other vulnerable children, particularly focusing on those children who fall within 2 or more vulnerable categories.

School to work towards the National Nurturing Schools accreditation.

Nurture leader to be working with vulnerable children every afternoon.

£13,932

Plus an additional £2000 for the NNSP

To develop and embed a nurturing culture throughout school, enhancing teaching and learning, promoting healthy outcomes for children and young people, all by focusing on emotional needs and development as well as academic learning through the National Nurturing Schools Programme (NNSP).

To maximise and monitor the SEMH support given to all children through the use of the Boxall Profile online where provision and progress can be tracked carefully.

School trip and extra-curricular activities

£2,200

To ensure all children have the opportunity to benefit from a broad and balanced curriculum.

After School Study Club (invitation only) for children requiring extra support and nurture, delivered by experienced TAs and HLTA

£3,824.64

To offer children the opportunity to seek help and support on a weekly basis to embed and consolidate their learning in school. Impact of support to be monitored by class teachers and SLT.

Catholic Care counselling

£8,239

Intense SEMH support for children and families delivered by a trained counsellor at time of need.

1:1 Tuition by an experienced teacher

£1,962.50

To target Pupil Premium children under-performing in core subjects by providing 1:1 support, intense intervention or small group work to boost progress. Class teachers to identify these children at Pupil Progress meetings and set aspirational targets of accelerated progress.

Additional resources and milk

£1,550

All Pupil Premium children to have the offer of milk each day. School have some limited flexibility to help families who are struggling financially to purchase uniform, school shoes, attend extra curricular activities etc.