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Kings Furlong Junior School

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2019-20

Kings Furlong Junior School – Pupil Premium Plan 2019-20

The key aims of our Pupil Premium Plan are:

  • To ensure that overall quality of teaching and learning enables our Pupil Premium children to make equal progress with their non-Pupil Premium peers.
  • To ensure that additional support and guidance is given to our PP children in order for them to achieve in line with their non-PP peers, including having access to activities in and after school.
  • To ensure that our PP parents are communicated with and involved with their child’s learning and progress.
  • 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 and that this is monitored vigorously and regularly.

 

KFJS Pupil Premium outcomes compared with National (all) outcomes

 

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

SPAG

RWM combined

2020

prediction

Disadvantaged

60

65

70

TBC

55

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019

Disadvantaged

36

82

55

55

27

National

73

78

79

78

65

 

2018

Disadvantaged

63

75

67

58

42

National

75

78

76

78

64

 

2017

Disadvantaged

69

69

69

69

62

National

72

76

75

77

61

 

Barriers

  • poor vocabulary acquisition and language skills
  • very low KS1 attainment for cohort 18 - reading 68%, writing 82%, maths 82% below ARE
  • poor metacognition in children working below ARE
  • rates of progress do not match non-PP peers in reading, writing and maths in all year groups consistently
  • a greater proportion of the PP group has SEND than the non-PP group (30% compared to 11% 19-20)
  • lower levels of engagement and enjoyment of reading than non-PP peers
  • gap in attendance between PP and non-PP groups is 2.1%.

 

Expected Achievement Outcomes for 2019-20

Rates of progress are based on individual targets for each child and bespoke tracking.

 

 

Year 3

cohort 19

Year 4

cohort 18

Year 5

cohort 17

Y6

cohort 16

R

Att

Maintain ARE at 46%.

Increase boys’ ARE from 18% to 36%

 

 

 

Increase ARE from 60% to 80%.

 58% securely at ARE.

 

Prog

To be reviewed Spring 20

Increase rate of individual progress for 8 low attaining (LA) children.

 

 

Increase rates of progress for 6 LA children.

Increase rates of progress for 5 LA children.

W

Att

Maintain ARE at 33%.

Increase boys’ ARE from 9% to 36%.

 

 

 

Increase ARE from 60% to 80%.

 

58% securely at ARE.

 

Prog

To be reviewed Spring 20

Increase rates of individual progress for 7 LA children.

 

 

Increase rates of progress for 8 LA children.

Increase rates of progress for 5 boys. 

M

Att

Increase ARE from 33% to 38%.

Increase ARE from 15% to 38%.

 

 

 

Increase ARE of non SEND children from 47% to 87%.

68% securely at ARE.

 

Prog

To be reviewed Spring 20

Increase rates of individual progress for 6 LA children.

 

 

Increase rates of progress for 5 LA children.

Increase rates of accelerated progress for PP/non SEND from 7% to 28% (3 children)..

RWM

Att

Increase from 29% to 33%.

Increase from 5% to 21%

Increase from 33% to 43%

Increase from 47% to 58%

Attendance

To be reviewed Spring 20

93.7% to 96%

96% to 96.8%

95.3% to 96.8%

 

Objective – TEACHING AND LEARNING – CPD

Teaching and learning accelerates the progress for our PP children (£19,000)

 

Action/Provision

Milestones/

Outcomes

Who / When

Monitored By

Update / Impact / Next Steps

Red Autumn Blue Spring Green Summer

1

Bespoke CPD/INSET

The curriculum meets the needs of PP children through delivery, scaffolding etc.

Tackling Educational Disadvantage (TED) project – vocabulary, metacognition and feedback

Responsibility: SLT

Curriculum meets the needs of all learners

CTs/SLT

PP gov

 

2

Non-contact time for teachers and subject leaders

Ensure provision for PP children is effective through review and implementation.

Responsibility: SD

Curriculum meets the needs of all learners

CTs

SD

 

3

SENDCO to work with PP/SEN pupils and their teachers Ensure the pupils’ needs are met and their progress gaps are closing.

Responsibility: SENDCo

Actions for SEN/PP children in place by December 19.

SENDCo

 

SD/SENDCo governor

 

4

Reading curriculum meet the needs of all learners

Texts support progress and to stretch and challenge reading skills in order to meet the needs of post KS2 curriculum.  Children engage in regular home reading and report that they enjoy reading. 

80% of PP children read regularly at home. 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective – INTERVENTION AND SUPPORT

Additional support and guidance for our PP children helps them to make accelerated progress towards closing the gap with their non-PP peers (£50,000)

 

Action/Provision

Milestones/

Outcomes

Who / When

Monitored By

Update / Impact / Next Steps

Red Autumn Blue Spring Green Summer

1

Additional Educational Psychologist time

To determine the more complex learning needs of PP pupils.

Responsibility: SENDCo

Appropriate targets and support in place to support SEN/PP pupils.

SENDCo and EP

Each term

SD and SEN Governor

 

2

    1. ELSA sessions and counselling course

To support emotional wellbeing of identified children.

Responsibility: SENDCo

Targets met by the end of the provision.

Weekly

JL

SD

 

3

Individualised support

For children who require significant emotional and pastoral support – 1-1 support, resources, restraint training, supervision, Thrive provision.

Responsibility: SENDCo

Children are successful within classroom environment.

Team of LSAs

Daily

SD/SLT

 

4

Subsidy for PP children

Trips, visits, uniform etc (£50 per child).

Responsibility: CH

All PP children included in trips and visits.

Office and SD

As needed

PP governor

 

5

Supplement cost of Y6 residential

Responsibility: CH

All Y6 PP children participate in PGL.

Office and SD

PP governor

 

6

Additional support for Year 6 PP pupils

Additional adults to support the teaching and learning of English and maths in focus groups or within classes.

Responsibility: Y6 HoY, SLT

PP children securely on track to meet their targets at data collection points throughout year.

Y6 team

5 mornings per week

SD and Governors

 

7

Additional support for Year 4 PP pupils

Class teacher to teach flexible groups based on identified needs from lessons earlier in the week

Responsibility: Y4 Year leader

Achievements gaps within cohort begin to close.

Class teacher 1 morning per week

SD and governors

 

8

Individualised support for children who qualify as ‘post looked after children’.

Responsibility: SENDCO/SLT

 

Wellbeing and achievement of children is supported.

SD

SD and governors

 

 

Objective – PARENTAL ENGAGEMENT

Our PP parents are supported and involved with their children’s learning and progress (£17,000)

 

Action/Provision

Milestones/Outcomes

Who / When

Monitored By

Update / Impact / Next Steps

Red Autumn Blue Spring Green Summer

1

Family Support Worker

Support families with issues around punctuality, attendance, behaviour, parenting etc.

Responsibility: KG/SD

PP children with family and/or attendance issues have improved wellbeing, attendance and progress.

KG

As required

 

SLT and governors

 

2

Pastoral/inclusion support for key families

Work with outside agencies, lead TAFs etc supporting and communicating with parents and children.

Children are supported in all ways possible.

SD/AW/

SENDCO

 

PP governors

 

3

Improve and monitor attendance and punctuality of PP pupils

Release time for attendance manager Responsibility: AW

PP attendance closing gap with non PP attendance.

See above

LS/LB/AW

 

SD

 

4

Run parent workshops

Develop basic skills and how to support their children

Preparation time and resources

Responsibility: SLT

At least 60% of PP parents attend workshops.

 

CTs/SLT

SLT and PP Governor

 

 

Objective – LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

The Leadership of the School articulates a clear vision with expectations on the standard of provision and pupil outcomes for PP children (£13,000).

 

Action/Provision

Milestones/

Outcomes

Who / When

Monitored By

Update / Impact / Next Steps

Red Autumn Blue Spring Green Summer

1

Discuss targets, gaps and needs of PP children

Staff meetings, pupil progress meetings, Year leader meetings. 

Responsibility: SLT/SD

All PP children are securely on track to meet their targets and appropriate interventions and support are in place to ensure this.

Staff, SLT and SENDCo

Termly

PP governor

 

2

Leadership team monitoring

Ensure expectation and progress is planned for and delivered.

Responsibility: SLT

Actions and next steps acted upon and checked during subsequent monitoring activities.

Eng and maths subject leaders, curric leaders

Termly

SD/SLT

 

3

Supervision meetings for support staff

Ensure most effective provision in place for most vulnerable learners.

Responsibility: SENDCo/AW

Consistent approach by all adults who work with most vulnerable learners.

AW/SENDCo and support staff

Termly

PP governor

 

4

Pupil Premium leadership

Coordinate, implement and monitor actions as per this plan; liaise with PP governor; measure and analyse impact etc.

Responsibility: SD

Spending decisions show value for money.

SD

regularly

AW/PP govs

 

 

Budget allocation: £98,517

Number of PP children: 87

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