Pupil Premium 2018-19

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 PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING ALLOCATION 2018-19                        

Pupil Premium Grant (£190000+)      total expenditure (£190000+)


The main areas for expenditure 2018-2019 are listed below:

Target Group

New/ Continued Initiative


Continued provision of effective intervention programmes


In Years 3 4 &5


To  raise standards in maths and literacy delivered by TAs small group  1:4 max

Continued provision of effective intervention programmes


In Year 6


To  raise standards in maths and literacy delivered by TAs small group  1:4 max

Additional intervention support


In Year 6 in-class and extra-curricular sessions

Continue and extend

To raise standards in literacy through the delivery of individual conferencing session and small group work

Provision of effective intervention


In Year 3,4,5


Individual  writing conferencing sessions delivered by class teachers with target and identified pupils to raise standards

Provision of after- school activities


In Years 3,4,5 and 6:

enabling effective access to homework


Support children to make progress and support small group learning

Purchase of new researched ICT programme Education City

Provision of a specialist Maths teacher 0.4


In year 3,4,5,6,


To deliver intervention to narrow gaps in attainment for targeted groups and individuals including SEN  and other vulnerable groups

Provision of an expert literacy teacher 0.4


Identified pupils in Year 4,5 &6 underachieving weekly session


To deliver small group and  individual to work with identified SEN pupils  to provide catch up support and challenge

Provision of support for individual to enable access  to enrichment activities


Pupils in year 3 4 5 & 6  

Continue & increase by   week

To ensure that identified pupils and groups are included in extra-curricular and extended day  activities

To enrich the existing curriculum through access to workshops and educational visits


Provision of  an effective counselling service



Individual pupils with social emotional needs that present a barrier to learning

Increase from 0.4 to 0.6 per week

To ensure pupils receive 1:1 support on 12 or 6 week programmes of 30 minute session. Counsellor to provide  follow-up to class teacher to include family counselling/ social skills sessions where appropriate 

provision of Easter booster for pupils in Year 6


Small group teaching by class teachers for 3 days  


To provide for targeted pupils to secure acceleration to meet national expectations at the end of KS2

provision of booster sessions  in Year 6




£14000 booster resources

Small group teaching (1hour x10) by class teachers on a weekly basis for 18 weeks


To provide for targeted pupils to secure acceleration towards meeting national expectations for progress and attainment  in year 4,5,and 6

Provision of Maths resources across the school





Pupils at early morning work;

Class teachers and pupils in maths session


Maths resources across the school to support basic skill work addressed each morning to promote VAK learning  and enhance independent work leading to good


Purchase of new maths scheme after research

Further resource the school library


Pupils targeted groups  boys  EAL pupils


Increase resources available to pupils across the school. Widen reading choices for boys and other target groups

Year 6 SATs evening resources



Parents, carers pupils families


Provision of  information and resources  in an Autumn term meeting to secure support of parents and  provide a range of resources that will  to aid  progress

To develop the role of the SALT TA



Pupils in year 3 4 5 receive in class and small group    support

Full time

to ensure that pupils  are able to break down the social, cultural and  linguistic barriers that hinder their progress