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Pupil Premium Report 2018/2019

 

What is Pupil Premium Funding?

This is an additional source of funding from the DfE aimed at those pupils designated as:-

The amount for the financial year 2017/18 amounts to £46780 in total and planned amount for 2018/19 £39180

 

The specific aims of the pupil premium are to:-

 

Impact

The impact of this additional funding can be measured by both:-

 

Allocation of pupil premium for April 18 – Mar 2019

£39180

 

Use of funding to March 2017 (projected costs)

Cost

Dedicated Higher Level Teaching Assistant x2

Intervention time for Pupil Premium children

 

£15,000

Thrive

£5,000

QT intervention time for Early Years Foundation Stage Pupil Premium children (two terms)

 

£11,000

Small group or one-to-one intervention with TA on a needs-led basis. Daily activities throughout the term. Circle time (emotional support) with TA as and when required.

£7,000

Support with additional school items (school trips, Dogs Trust, library etc).

Cooking club school funded places etc

Ancilliary items

Extended care funded places

 

 

£1180

Total expenditure

£39,180

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Statement of Impact of 2017/18 Expenditure

 

Pupil Premium funding provides;

 

  • for a dedicated HLTA to support their learning
  • visits to the Dogs Trust at Ilfracombe and Eastleigh residential homes in addition to other events to enhance life experience
  • a mentor to support emotional and social well-being
  • TA support for intervention work including thrive training
  • reading support with the Dogs Trust
  • after school cooking club attendance for identified children
  • additional opportunities for sports and music lessons/events

 

 

In summary, the attainment gap between pupil premium children and non-pupil premium children has narrowed and is closing further. The percentage of children working at age related expectations across the school has now risen significantly year on year.

Children are identified on entry to school and the appropriate extra provision is made for these pupils.

 

 

 

 

In terms of qualitative progression, it is particularly pleasing to all the staff to see how confidence, resilience and team working skills have developed over the last year, for the Pupil Premium children.

 

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