Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Strategy 2020-2021

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Pupil Premium expenditure for the 2020-2021 academic year

The total allocation based on the Ever6 calculation for the school for the 2020-2021 financial year is: £58,050

The money will be allocated as follows:

£46,440 (80%)

This will be allocated to teaching and support staff facilitating individual and small group support out of lessons for those children that it need it most to ensure they meet the expected outcomes and for those children who are expected to exceed the expected outcomes. It will also allow for wellbeing support for those children who need it. This will fund or partly fund three teaching assistants to support disadvantaged children in class and in small groups.

In key stage 2 it frees a teaching assistant with QTS to support small group and 1:1 intervention across the classes. It allows teachers to timetable the afternoons in key stage 1 to facilitate team working allowing teacher input and teaching assistant support, then teacher input for pupil premium children in small groups or a 1:1 basis. This ensures the children who need support receive this from both teaching assistant and teacher led initiatives. It includes funding for extra teaching assistant hours in EYFS to ensure support for disadvantaged children is fully in place from day one. It will also be used to purchase intervention resources and training to ensure the best provision for the children.

£8,708 (15%)

To fund lunches for our most disadvantaged children ensuring at least one nutritional meal a day to promote health and wellbeing.

£2,902 (5%)

The remaining funding will support any extra-curricular activities which will benefit the children in terms of academic achievement as well as physical and mental wellbeing.

Review of Pupil Premium Expenditure for 2019-2020

View the pupil premium expenditure for 2020 document

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