Pupil Premium used for:ProvisionActual Cost
Readiness for the pupils to Learn• Be the Best You can Be Project
• New Scheme for PSHE
• Learning Mentor interventions
• Counsellor
• ELSA training for Learning Mentor
• Embedded use of the Leuven Scales
Readiness for school for the familieis• FLO support for attendance
• Teachers focus on attendance and lateness for key pupils within their class
• FLO support for family issues
• Early Help Referrals
Overcoming barriers• Implementation of the Neurodiversity checklist
• Speech and Language issues – training for staff
• Speech and Language assessments
• Educational Psychologist assessment
• Internal assessments/support from SENCO
• Internal assessments from Teacher
Teaching and Learning• Power Of Reading Training for all staff
• Implementation of Active Reading across the school
• Use of quality reading resources – Classroom Secrets
• Introduction of the ‘Superheroes’ incentive reading scheme
• The School, as part of the Federation, is implementing research with the Institute of Education on Feedback on Learning
• Tuition – 1:1
Closing the gaps in learning between PP and NON PP pupils• Specific interventions eg rapid read
• Individual support from TAS for complex pupils
• Focus tuition
• Mind the Gap Sessions in the afternoons
• Daily Readers to develop effective reading habits
• New planning sheets to highlight teacher and TA input
Leadership• PP working group involving Teachers, SLT and Governor – clear actions which are shared with the staff
• Federation development of the leadership skills acorss the curriculum areas including curriculum Learning walks
• On track process with clear focus on PP and more able PP
• SENCO – evaluate the PP provision across the school
• Leadership training with the IOE on impact of leadership on PP pupils achievement in relation to feedback on learning
• All staff to have a PP appraisal Objective as part of the appraisal system in the school
Enrichment of the curriculum• Trips and visitors
• every PP pupil to attend an annual school trip
• Residential trips for Year 5 and 6
• Uniform, milk and extras
• After school clubs
Total allocated£76,700