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2020-2021 Planned Expenditure - Targeted support

Desired Outcome

Chosen Approach

What is the evidence and rationale for this choice?

How will you ensure it is implemented well?

Staff Lead

When will you review?

Outstanding achievement in reading for all pupil premium pupils

LEXIA- Independent differentiated reading programme.

Small group tuition for reading and phonics led by Learning Support Assistant.

RICH – 1:1 Reading development.

3 new books each year

 

LEXIA efficacy research.

Impact of LEXIA 2017-8.

Evaluation of prior RWInc approach and RICH shows that these methods have a significant  impact on the success of the intervention

To encourage continued enjoyment of reading . 

Thorough CPD, monitored and reviewed.

Monitored through data every 6 weeks, close liaison between staff and NR (deputy head).

Led by staff with proven impact last year.

 

Books chosen by Literacy Lead.

K Price

N Roodhouse

J Black

N Roodhouse

Half termly

 

 

 

 

Outstanding achievement in reading, writing and maths for all pupil premium pupils

 

 

PiXL Primary membership.

PIXL small group tuition to narrow the gap in reading, writing and mathematics.

1-1 tuition provided by a

Small group tuition provided by a qualified teacher to consolidate the basic skills in reading, writing and mathematics.

To provide individual support / resources to overcome identified barriers to learning. Learning materials to support home learning in the event of a period of self-isolation or local lockdown.

Evidence based interventions utilised.

Research and 2018-9 analysis shows that this method has a very positive impact.

Sutton Trust evidence that this is a very effective method of ensuring accelerated progress

Sutton Trust evidence that this is a very effective method of ensuring accelerated progress.

Individual support to ensure progress is maximised. 

 

 

PIXL consultant visits regularly for review

Attendance at conferences, either in person or virtually.

Led by staff with proven impact last year.

Monitored through every data drop through close liaison between staff during pupil progress meetings.

Regular drop ins and scrutiny by senior leaders.

Pupil Interviews / data analysis

J McKay

G Kneafsey

G Burdett

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 times per year

 

 

 

 

 

 

PiXL Assessment calendar – following QLA analysis.

Outstanding achievement in maths

Small group tuition for maths led by Learning Support Assistant.

Learning materials to support home learning in the event of a period of self-isolation or local lockdown.

 

Pupil premium review 2017-2018, 2018-20.

Maths Action Research 2016-2017

Monitored through QLA following PiXL tests and Teacher Assessments

J McKay

N Roodhouse

 

PiXL Assessment calendar – following QLA analysis.

Increase attendance for pupils eligible for pupil premium

The services of an Education Welfare Officer to manage attendance and punctuality

 

Impact of EWO 2016-2017 and 2017-2018, reduced PA throughout the year and increased attendance.  Impact for individual families was sustained.

Monitored by A Thurgood

A Thurgood

Monthly

Build resilience and self-esteem of identified pupils.

Improve learning behaviours of pupil premium children.

Forest School activities to develop resilience and self-esteem.

Social Communication Groups.

Lunch Bunch

50% subsidy to attend 1 after school sports clubs per term.

No charge for day visits.  50% subsidy for residential visits

Success of Forest Schools programme 2016-2019.

Pupil premium review 2018-19.

To support healthy lifestyles.

To encourage participation

Regular monitoring through discussions with staff, pupil interviews, learning walks.

Led by a senior teacher.

Behaviour logs.

S Allen

R Harrison

N Roodhouse

M Kennard

Termly