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Pupil Premium at Calverley CE Primary 2020/21

Total Value 2020/21: £36,315

‘Come, you that are blessed by my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world; for I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you gave me clothing, I was sick and you took care of me…”

Our Pupil Premium Vision

At Calverley, our vision is to provide the very best opportunities for all our children, and especially those who require our support the most, and we want all children to be successful learners and confident individuals.  We aim to prepare all children for the next stage of their education and for their adult life.  We aim to provide disadvantaged children the same chances to succeed as their peers and diminish any differences in academic achievement and opportunity.

Pupil Premium Grant for 2019/20 financial year

  • School receives pupil premium funding for the following children on our roll:
  • Those children who have applied for and currently receive Free School Meals
  • Those children who have applied for and received Free School Meals in the past, but who no longer qualify to receive Free School Meals
  • Children Looked After and those who have been adopted
  • Our Pupil Premium Grant for 2020/19 at £36,315 or just under 2% of the total school budget.

Pupil Premium Spending Plan for 2020/21

Target

Actions

Cost

How progress will be measured

Ensure children in receipt of Pupil premium attend school regularly and at levels in-line with their peers

  • Teaching Assistant time in each year group allocated to supporting children in receipt of pupil premium and to follow up any absences and provide additional support where necessary.

£19,600

Attendance for this group is 95% or broadly matches the overall attendance of their peers.

Employment of two Teaching Assistants to work with Children in receipt of Pupil Premium with specific learning needs

  • Provision of Teaching Assistant 5 mornings/week to support attainment

£26,000

Children attend at 95%+; Academic & Social progress can be demonstrated through use of B-Squared materials

Support from AHT to provide any additional targeted academic support to narrow any gaps in attainment

  • AHT released 1 day per week to work with children in receipt of pupil premium and to

£7,000

All children in receipt of pupil premium make good progress and any gaps to their peers narrow

Total spend

Pupil Premium Grant

Our Plan for the 2019/20 Academic Year with outcomes in red.

Target

Actions

Cost

How progress will be measured

Ensure children in receipt of Pupil premium + have specific programmes of support and appropriate levels of 1:1 support

  • Provision of experienced Teaching Assistant to provide additional support

£29,000

Children included and attendance is 95%+

Outcomes at all data drops and end of Key Stage results

Unable to fulfil due to Covid-19 School Closure.

Increase numbers of disadvantaged children attaining at greater depth at the end of KS1

  • Provision of Teaching Assistant 5 mornings/week to support learning
  • Staff attend maths and literacy training aimed at promoting high attainment

£11,213

Outcomes at all data drops and end of Key Stage results

Unable to fulfil due to Covid-19 School Closure.

Improve school’s understanding of specific support to help individual children overcome any specific barriers to learning.

  • AHT given role of Pupil Premium Champion
  • TA for each phase to act as lead Family contact to meet Parents and children
  • Provision for trips, clubs, uniform etc

£2,500

£7,500

£8,000

Positive Feedback from parents; improved results for children; improved rates of attendance

Feedback from parents very positive.  Support meetings took place in the Autumn and Spring Terms.  All children were included on any trips and visits than ran.

Total spend

£58, 213

Pupil Premium Grant

£51,440