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Kings Furlong Junior School

Growing and learning together

2020-21

Kings Furlong Junior School – Pupil Premium Plan 2020-21

 

The key aims of our Pupil Premium Plan are to ensure that:

  • Identified barriers to progress and wellbeing are minimised and their effects lessened.
  • The quality of teaching and learning enables our Pupil Premium children to make at least equal progress with their non-Pupil Premium peers.
  • 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.
  • Our PP parents are communicated with and involved with their children's learning and progress.
  • The leadership of the school articulates a clear vision with expectation on the standard of provision and pupil outcomes for PP children and that this is monitored vigorously and regularly.

 

Barriers:

  • poor vocabulary acquisition and language skills
  • very low ks1 attainment for cohort 18
  • poor metacognition in children working below ARE
  • greater proportion of SEND in PP group than non-PP group
  • lower levels of engagement in reading than non-PP group
  • lower reading attainment in PP group – more PP children in lowest 20% than non-PP
  • gap in attendance between PP and non-PP groups.
  • increased probability of significant wider family/welfare issues
  • greater proportion of PP group experience mental health and wellbeing issues
  • lower proportion of PP children achieve ARE combined compared to non-PP peers
  • fewer opportunities to engage in wider curriculum or outside interests

 

 

 

Action/provision

Milestones/

outcomes

Poor vocabulary and language acquisition

 

£5000

 

Quality first teaching of vocabulary

CPD from HIAS English support and English leader for planning and teaching. 

 

 

Learning walks, book scrutinies and English leader monitoring

Explicit teaching and use of vocabulary is effective. 

Pupil conferencing

Growing confidence and use of more precise vocabulary.

Data drops

 

Improve outcomes for Cohort 18

 

 

 

£45000

 

 

Smaller class size to cater for children working significantly below ARE every morning.

Highly experienced class teacher

Tailored curriculum to meet next steps.

Effective parent liaison to support reading, behaviour etc.

Close liaison with SENDCO/DHT/class teacher/LSAs

SENDCo and DHT supporting in class regularly.

Learning walks

Children engaged and on task

Teaching and feedback effective

Book scrutinies

Work is well pitched

Progress is accelerated.

Data drops

HAMs or regular assessments show rapid progress.

Reduce RWM gap by end key stage

 

£8000

Bespoke teaching groups to meet needs to achieve combined ARE.

Liaison with parents.

Pupil Progress Meetings and Y6 strategy meetings

Children are receiving appropriate support in targeted areas.

Data drop

 

Increase proportion of PP children who achieve ARE combined

 

 

£10000

 

Target children for subjects to reach combined ARE.

Teaching, use of adults, groupings, resources etc meet needs of learners in order to achieve next steps in learning.

Liaison with parents.

Pupil progress meetings

Children discussed and actions in place to ensure learning pitched correctly to reach combined.

Year leader actions

YLs implementing and tracking actions within year groups to ensure maximum number of PP children on track for ARE combined.

Data drop

Improve metacognition for children working below ARE

£2000

Employ and embed TED outcomes in maths and English.

Learning walks and book scrutinies

Strategies are employed and effective.

 

Data drops

 

Increase achievement in reading

 

£6000

HIAS support

Priority readers identified and heard regularly.

Phonics teaching delivered through RWInc as appropriate.

Learning pitched correctly in class to support newly independent learners.

Engage parents to support reading at home.

Kathy Gare to help support parents with reading routines.

Home reading monitoring

Regular home reading for PP and non-PP groups is broadly equivalent.

20% readers monitoring

Home reading, priority reading and provision is good across the school.

Data drop

Support for SEND

 

£10000

SENDCO liaison with teachers 

termly about SEND in class.

DHT liaison with SENDCO

Appropriate and effective interventions in place.

    1. LSA support as appropriate.

Parent consultations

Learning walks

Work pitched for SEN is appropriate

Children make progress within lessons

PPMs and YL follow ups

Effective, bespoke strategies in place and monitored.

Increase  engagement with reading

 

£3000

School Library Service to improve range and quality of books in library.

School library open after school for families.

Promote book events – author visits, World Book Day, paired reading with KFIS, book fair.

Visit Discovery Centre

Pupil conferencing

Tracked group of children show increasing engagement throughout the year.

Library audit

Children are reading and changing library books regularly.

Close gaps in attendance

 

£2000

Attendance leader (LS) liaise with attendance admin officer (LB)

Actions in place as appropriate including Kathy Gare.

 

Attendance review meeting

Attendance improves each half term, gaps reduce between PP and non-PP in each year group.

Support for families experiencing wider issues

 

£20000

Liaison with parents

Liaison with outside agencies – Children’s Services, Early Help Hub, Behaviour support, CAMHs, Young Carers, TAFs

Recording on CPOMs

Targeted support from Kathy Gare (cluster family support worker)

Safeguarding and wellbeing review

All actions carried out or chased up, families liaised with and supported, referrals and enquiries raised as appropriate.

 

Support for mental health and wellbeing

 

£3000

ELSA and counselling with Mrs Lampard

Draw and Talk with Mrs Sharpe

Uno Club with LSAs

Active Minds activities with learning mentor

Pupils are supported with mental health and attachment issues in order to improve wellbeing and ultimately engage in the curriculum.

Access to the school and wider curriculum

 

£2000

Funds for guitar, paid sports clubs, trips and visits and PGL contributions.

 

All children in receipt of the Pupil Premium have full access to the curriculum and the wider curriculum.

Support for post LAC children

 

£3000

Additional and bespoke support for post LAC children dependent on need.

Identified needs are met.

 

Pupil Premium funding: £121,980

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