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Pupil Premium Review of 2018-2019

Desired Outcome

Chosen Approach

Impact

Lessons Learned

Approximate cost

Raise attainment and accelerate progress in reading, writing and mathematics for pupils in the Foundation Stage.

Focussed 1-1 and small group tuition.

40% of pupils achieved the expected standard at the end of the Foundation Stage.

100% made expected progress from their baseline assessment.

Focussed 1-1 and small group input from a teacher accelerated progress.

£7,200

Raise attainment in reading at the end of Key Stage 1 for pupils eligible for pupil premium

RICH – 1:1 Reading development.
LEXIA- Independent differentiated reading programme.
Small group tuition for reading and phonics led by Learning Support Assistant

25% of pupils achieved the expected standard, with 0% achieving greater depth.

71% of pupils made at least expected progress from the end of Foundation Stage.

RICH and LEXIA were very effective for ensuring each pupil made small step progress, with most pupils (5/7) making at least expected progress.

£12,521

Raise attainment in writing at the end of Key Stage 1 for pupils eligible for pupil premium

RICH – 1:1 Reading development.

25% of pupils achieved the expected standard, with 0% achieving greater depth.

71% of pupils made at least expected progress from the end of Foundation Stage.

RICH and small group tuition was effective in pupils making small step progress.

 

£6,349

Raise attainment in maths at the end of Key Stage 1 for pupils eligible for pupil premium

Small group tuition for maths led by Learning Support Assistant.

 

38% of pupils achieved the expected standard, with 0% achieving greater depth.

71% of pupils made at least expected progress from the end of Foundation Stage.

Use of Numicon and identified gaps addressed in small groups to pre-teach and reinforce very effective to accelerate progress.

£4,591

Raise achievement in reading at the end of Key Stage 2 for pupils eligible for pupil premium

LEXIA- Independent differentiated reading programme.

PiXL

RICH – 1:1 Reading development.

Average point score of 99.15.

62% achieved the expected standard.

Progress -1.4.

PiXL identified gaps and systematically addressed these.  Reading strategy introduced for 2019-20 to address issues throughout the Key Stage.

£12,626

Raise achievement in writing at the end of Key Stage 2 for pupils eligible for pupil premium.

To provide individual support / resources to overcome identified barriers to learning.
PiXL

69% achieved the expected standard.

15% achieved the higher standard.

Progress of 1.86 upward 3 year trend.

 

PiXL has very positive impact, 2019-20 use more throughout the school.

£4,925

Raise achievement  in mathematics at the end of Key Stage 2 for pupils eligible for pupil premium

1-1 tuition provided by a qualified teacher to consolidate the basic skills in reading, writing and mathematics.

Small group tuition for maths led by Learning Support Assistant.

PiXL.

Average point score of 101.3

62% achieved the expected standard.

23% achieved the higher standard.

Progress of -0.12.

X tables and basic skills to be reinforced with more rigour throughout the school.

Gaps analysed and addressed throughout the Key Stage.

£7,260

Increase attendance rates for pupils eligible for pupil premium

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

 

95% which was an improvement on their attendance the previous year, but 1.5% below the whole school attendance.

Increase monitoring of attendance in 2019-20.

 

£1,500

Pupil premium pupils are confident and resilient when carrying out challenging activities.

 

Forest School activities to develop resilience and self-esteem.

PiXL and Primary Edge.

Pupil premium pupils can show resilience when challenged with more stretching academic activities.

Practising test technique through Walking Talking Mocks very beneficial.

Continue with Forest Schools.  Forest schools an effective incentive to improve behaviour.

Primary Edge developed positive attributes which pupils applied during tests.

£6,650