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Kings Furlong Junior School

Growing and learning together

2016-2017

Kings Furlong Junior School – Pupil Premium Plan 2016-17

 

The key aims of our Pupil Premium Plan are to:

 

  • To further improve the overall quality of teaching and learning in order to accelerate progress for our Pupil Premium children
  • To ensure that additional support and guidance is given to our PP in order for them to make accelerated progress, including having access to activities in and after school.
  • To ensure that the Leadership of the School articulates a clear vision with expectations on the standard of provision and pupil outcomes for PP children.
  • To ensure that our PP parents are communicated with and involved with their child’s learning and progress.

 

Budget allocation: £82 280

Objective - Teaching and Learning - CPD

 

To further improve the overall quality of teaching and learning in order to accelerate progress for our PP children.

 

 

Action/Provision Milestones/Outcomes Cost
PP champions to support quality of teaching through supporting/coaching of vulnerable PP children in class.

 

Monitoring: CA

Evidence: data, learning walks, book sampling, teacher discussions, observations and pupil profiles.

PP children have appropriate provision to ensure good achievement. £15000
SENCO to work with PP/SEN pupils and their teachers to ensure the pupils’ needs are met and their progress gaps are closing.

 

Monitoring: SD.

Evidence: meeting notes, data, book scrutiny

Actions for SEN/PP children in place by December 16. £9000

 

Objective - Intervention and Support

 

To ensure that additional support and guidance is given to our PP children in order for them to make accelerated progress towards closing the gap with their non-PP peers.

Action/Provision Milestones/Outcomes Cost
Provide additional Educational Psychologist time to determine the more complex learning needs of PP pupils.

 

Monitoring: SD

Appropriate targets and support in place to support SEN/PP pupils. £4,000
Provide play therapy sessions for vulnerable PP pupils.

 

Monitoring: CA

Targets met by end of provision. £3,000
Provide ELSA and Draw and Talk sessions for vulnerable PP pupils.

 

Monitoring: SD/RA

Evidence: improved Boxall scores, greater engagement with learning.

Targets met by end of provision.
£1,500
Provide reading intervention and key skills.

 

Monitoring: SD

Evidence: CH’s records, Head of Year records

Children not at expected standard for reading rapidly acquire skills in order to catch up. £12000
Provide additional LSA support in Years 3 and 5 to support behaviour and the catching up of skills.

 

Monitoring: SD

Evidence: teachers’ planning, LSA records

Children settle quickly into year group, grow in resilience and close gaps in learning by Dec 16. £21000
Provide release time for Sh D to support pupils in Y4 who have identified gaps in learning. Release time provided by student teacher.

 

Monitoring: SD

Evidence:

Children begin to close gaps in learning by Dec 16. £2000
Provide a subsidy for PP children as needed towards trips, visits, uniform etc. (£80 per child)

 

Monitoring: SD

All PP children included in trips and visits. £5,200
Provide 1/3 of cost of Y6 residential (13 children) All Y6 PP children participate in PGL. £1000
Provide additional support to Year 6 PP pupils through focus groups in maths and English.

 

Monitoring: SD

Evidence: book scrutiny, data, profiles.

PP children securely on track to meet their targets at data collection points throughout year. £30000
Individualised support for 2 children who qualify as ‘post looked after children’. Wellbeing and achievement of children is supported through a range of appropriate actions.
£3,800
Provide ‘Relax Kids’ sessions to help children learn techniques to manage emotions. Improved wellbeing and positivity
£3,500

 

Objective - Leadership and Management 

 

To ensure that the Leadership of the School articulates a clear vision with expectations on the standard of provision and pupil outcomes for PP children.

Action/Provision Milestones/Outcomes Cost
Regularly discuss targets, gaps and needs of PP children in staff meetings, progress meetings, year group meetings.

 

Monitoring: SD and CA

Evidence: meeting notes, subsequent actions carried out.

All PP children are securely on track to meet their targets and appropriate interventions and support are in place to ensure this. No additional cost
Monitoring to ensure expectation and progress is planned for and delivered.

 

Monitoring: CA

Evidence: books and planning

Actions and next steps acted upon and checked during next monitoring. £2000
Co-ordinate and monitor activities and assess the impact in order to support the PP provision across the school.

 

Monitoring: CA

Actions are carried out and impact measured.
£7000

 

Objective - Parental Engagement

 

To ensure that our PP parents are supported and involved with their child’s learning and progress.

Action/Provision Milestones/Outcomes Cost
Employ Family Support Worker to support families with issues around punctuality, attendance, behaviour etc.

 

Monitoring: SD on a termly basis

PP children with family and/or attendance issues have improved wellbeing, attendance and progress.
  £3,500
Pastoral/inclusion support for key families.  Key families are supported by one member of SLT who takes responsibility for overseeing work with outside agencies and maintaining good relationship and communication between school and family.

 

Monitoring: SLT

Children are supported in all ways possible. No additional cost
Improve and monitor attendance and punctuality of PP pupils (e.g. attendance prizes, release time for attendance manager)

 

Monitoring: SD with CA on a half termly basis.

Evidence: attendance data

PP attendance closing gap with non PP attendance. £3,000
Parents are informed about the extra support their child is receiving in school and the progress they are making.

 

Monitoring: SD/CA

Parents know how their child is progressing and the level of support they are receiving. No additional cost
Termly parent workshops on developing basic skills so that they know how to support their children.

 

Monitoring: CA

PP parents attend workshops.
£2,000

 

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