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Nutfield Church Primary School – Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is part of the Social Mobility Strategy that aims to tackle unfairness at every stage of life with specific measures to improve social mobility from the foundation years to school and adulthood. A key component of the Social Mobility Strategy is “Closing the Gap” along with raising standards in all schools and raising aspirations for all children.

The Pupil Premium is allocated to schools based on the numbers of pupils who are known to be eligible for Free School Meals (FSM), and also includes pupils who have been eligible for FSM at any point within the previous six years. This is to enable additional funds to be available for children from low income families, who achieve less well, a better start in life, and to make an impact on attainment for those pupils, particularly in English and Mathematics. Schools also receive funding for children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months.

This funding has been used towards a number of school initiatives that are specifically designed to support all pupils, but in particular pupils from deprived backgrounds.


The total allocation for the academic year 2018-19 was £41,420.

 

 Pupil Premium 2018/19
The total allocation for the academic year 2018-19 = £41,420. 
 Activities funded by Pupil Premium  Aim  Targeted Pupils  Cost  Impact
Phonics and Early Reading To ensure all children have the opportunity to access the full curriculum and to pass the Phonics check at the end of Year 1

 

Rec / Year 1 £1,500 90% GLD in Early Years

90% of children passed the Phonics Check in Year 1

Children are reading with accuracy and confidence across Reception and Year 1

Learning  Mentor and HSLW To support pupils with behavioural, social and emotional difficulties which cause a barrier to their learning

 

All year groups £12,500 Children have learnt to manage anger, anxiety, friendship challenges.

Families have been supported with attendance, transition to secondary school and accessing external services. 

DP Nurture and Support To provide 1:1 and small group support  Year 3 and Year 4 £9,600 Individual children have begun to articulate emotions and are able to access the full curriculum

 

1:1 Support assistant To build self-esteem and facilitate children in accessing the full curriculum

 

Year 4 and Year 6 £8,100 Individual children are able to access learning in class full time
Residential trips To build self-esteem and ensure the children receive equal access to opportunities Year 4, 5, 6 £1,350 Children experience a range of activities they would not otherwise access.

They return from residential full of self- confidence and bond with their classmates and new teacher, which facilitates a positive attitude to learning.

 

Turtles Wrap around To support families working arrangements – enabled parent to return to work. 

 

All year groups £1,800 All children are cared for at the beginning and end of the school day and we facilitate positive family life
Curriculum Support to “Close the Gap” Small group work targeting children with particular needs across the curriculum, building confidence and closing the gap.

 

All classes £5,000 Gap is closing for PP children across the school. 
Inclusion Provision SLT oversight of inclusive practice across the school, meetings with Inclusion team and SENCO All classes £10,000 All children are monitored carefully and bespoke provision is provided at an appropriate level.  The “Team” approach ensures safeguarding remains robust for all children.

 

 

Pupil Premium allocation for the academic year 2017-18 was £37,060

 

Pupil Premium 2017/18
Pupil Premium allocation for the academic year 2017-18 was £37,060
Activities funded by Pupil Premium Aim Targeted Pupils Cost Impact
Phonics and Early Reading To ensure all children have the opportunity to access the full curriculum and to pass the Phonics check at the end of Year 1 Rec / Year 1 £1,250 90% GLD in Early Years

97% of children passed the Phonics Check in Year 1

Children are reading with accuracy and confidence across Reception and Year 1

Learning  Mentor and HSLW To support pupils with behavioural, social and emotional difficulties which cause a barrier to their learning All year groups £8,908 Children have learnt to manage anger, anxiety, friendship challenges.

Families have been supported with attendance, transition to secondary school and accessing external services. 

1:1 Support assistant To build self-esteem and facilitate children in accessing the full curriculum Year 1, 3, 5 £18,000 Individual children are able to access learning in class full time and have the support in place to facilitate progress.
Residential trips To build self-esteem and ensure the children receive equal access to opportunities Year 4, 5, 6 £335 Children experience a range of activities they would not otherwise access.

They return from residential full of self- confidence and bond with their classmates and new teacher, which facilitates a positive attitude to learning.

Turtles Wrap around To support families working arrangements – enabled parent to return to work.  All year groups £1,635 All children are cared for at the beginning and end of the school day and we facilitate positive family life
Curriculum Support to “Close the Gap” Small group work targeting children with particular needs across the curriculum, building confidence and closing the gap. All classes £4,250 Gap is closing for PP children across the school. 
Staff Training Jigsaw: Working with bereaved children, practical ways to help a bereaved child All classes £138 Key staff have the knowledge to support children who suffer bereavement and this knowledge has been disseminated to all teachers through staff meeting time.
Inclusion Provision SLT oversight of inclusive practice across the school, meetings with Inclusion team and SENCO All classes £3,500 All children are monitored carefully and bespoke provision is provided at an appropriate level.  The “Team” approach ensures safeguarding remains robust for all children.