St Andrew's Primary School

St. Andrew's Primary School
Cullompton

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Pupil Premium 2020-21

PUPIL PREMIUM SPENDING PLAN 2020-2021

For the 2020- 2021 financial year the school will receive £94,390 in Pupil Premium Funding.

School Context

Number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium Funding: 67

How will this year's funding be spent?

The summary of spending and actions for 2020 -2021 are outlined in the table below. It has been agreed across Ventrus that 10% of the premium will be spent on resources and 90% will be spent on staffing.

The effect of the planned spend will be measured by:

  • The narrowing of the achievement and progress gap for Pupil Premium children across the school by addressing inequalities and raising attainment and aspiration.
  • Ensuring that Pupil Premium children have equal access to curricular and enrichment activities.

Action Plan due for review and renewal: July 2021.

Action Plan  for 2020-21 Academic Year 

 

ACTION PLAN FOR  2020- 2021 ACADEMIC YEAR

 

Priority One 

Cost

Measure 

Activity 

 

 

£29,569

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Narrowing the achievement and progress gap for Pupil Premium children across the school by addressing inequalities and raising attainment and aspiration.

To raise attainment and reduce the gap between non-PP and PP children in reading, writing and maths through quality first teaching. This will result from high quality training, mentoring, coaching and bespoke CPD linked directly with the SIP priorities in reading, writing and maths. KS1 and KS2 leads will be released from their classrooms two days per week to support, mentor and coach the teaching staff within their teams to provide quality first teaching.

 

 

Priority Two

Cost

Measure 

Activity

£2,580.33

 Ensure that Pupil Premium children have equal access to curricular and enrichment activities.

To enable PP children to take up the opportunity of the school's residential and extra-curricular trips. This financial provision will be in place to ensure all pupils have equal access to trips and residentials to broaden experiences to impact of language, imagination and writing. PP children are encouraged to be part of clubs. Subsidised activities are available for targeted children (music lessons in school). Enabling children to access extra-curricular trips will aid gaining essential skills and knowledge that they need to be educated citizens and succeed in life.

Priority Three

Cost

Measure

Activity 

£31,452.67

Ensure that PP children have their barriers to learning assessed and targeted support.

 

Children who need additional support in phonics, mathematics, gross fine / motor skills, auditory, memory, handwriting, spelling, reading comprehension, language skills and composition in order to secure age related achievement are taught in small groups so they can access age related expectations asap. Staff will deliver high quality interventions to improve the achievement of this group of children in reading, writing and maths. Precision teaching will be provided for those children who need to gain specific support in reading, spelling, phonics, handwriting and numerical knowledge. Pre teaching will be provided for children in order for them to gain confidence when they meet new learning in whole class lessons. 

 

Priority Four 

Cost

Measure

Activity

£11,168

To support families access to school life and where to seek specialist support.

Parent Support Advisor to work directly with parents and carers on a range of issues as part of the schools extended service and to discuss worries and concerns and help families access services or agencies. The PSA will act as a school link to enable parents and carers to access all aspects of school life.

Priority Five

Cost

Measure 

Activity 

£19,120.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ensure that the social and emotional development of disadvantaged children in school is supported. 

Pastoral team to work with children 1:1 / in small groups to build social skills and self esteem to develop positive attitudes to learning, raise attainment and improve progress. Children will be identified through teacher assessments and by observations to receive support both in class or from a trained pastoral practitioner and will be available throughout the school day. Appropriate CPD to be provided for pastoral practitioners to ensure they are fully skilled in delivering necessary programmes of support.

 

Priority Six

Cost

Measure 

Activity

£500

To ensure all PP children are ready to learn and attend school in appropriate uniform, along with their peers.

Identified children will be provided with a healthy breakfast enabling them to be ready for learning and a bank of uniform will be available for children who do not own one.