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Pupil premium strategy statement 2019-20 - 2021/22

1.  Summary information
School Stanway Primary
Academic Year 19-20 Total PP budget £54,579 Date of most recent PP Review N/A
Total number of pupils 370 Number of pupils eligible for PP 35 Date for next internal review of this strategy Aut 20
2.  Current attainment (2019)
40 pupils in Year 6 last year of which 10 were disadvantaged pupils (22%) Disadvantaged Not Disadvataged Disadvantaged
(National)
Not Disadvantaged (National)
% Y6 achieving Age Related or above in reading, writing & maths 50 74 51 71
% achieving Age Related or above for reading 50 74 62 78
% achieving Age Related or above for writing 60 91 68 83
% achieving Age Related or above for maths 80 94 67 84
3.  Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligible for PP)
In-school barriers (issues to be addressed in school, such as poor oral language skills)
3.1 Increasing number of pupils start the Reception Year with speech and language skills and emotional skills below expected levels.
3.2 A proportion of our disadvantaged pupils have special educational needs or emotional issues.
3.3 Lack of engagement, self esteem and confidence is a barrier to learning for some of our disadvantaged pupils.
3.4 For disadvantaged pupils in Y6 maths outcomes low compared to those for English.
    External barriers  (issues which also require action outside school, such as low attendance rates)
3.5 Attendance rates for some of our disadvantaged pupils.
3.6 Parental engagement and aspirations of some of our disadvantaged pupils.
4.  Desired outcomes (Desired outcomes and how they will be measured)                                                       Success criteria
4.1 Improved speech and language skills and emotional skills for pupils in Reception class. Improved proportion of pupils with age related language skills at end of Reception compared to baseline. Reduce gaps in reading and writing outcomes.
4.2 Improve outcomes for disadvantaged pupils particularly for reading. Progress rates for disadvantaged pupils improved and proportion at age related improved. Reduce gaps in reading outcomes.
4.3 Increases attendance rates overall for disadvantaged pupils. Reduce gap in attendance rates.
5.  Planned expenditure
Academic Year 2019-20
The three headings below enable schools to demonstrate how they are using the Pupil Premium to improve classroom pedagogy, provide targeted support and support whole school strategies
  i.  Quality of teaching for all
Desired outcome Chosen action / approach What is the evidence and rationale for this choice? How will you ensure it is implemented well? Staff lead Cost and review date
5.1 Improved speech and language skills and emotional skills in Reception Year         To introduce new approach for ongoing formative assessment                                                       Good evidence that improving early literacy skills has positive impact on attainment.                                                                                                                                                                        New approach (using the 3M’s grid) to be introduced across the Reception Unit and monitored by SLT                                                                                                       Izzy Lamb                                                                                                        

End of Summer Term 20

Minimal cost

To support pupils with emotional skills Good evidence that poorly developed early social skills have significant and lifelong adverse impact on outcomes

Training in trauma informed practice(TIP). Work with Steve Whitfield (Essex Senior Specialist Educational Psychologist) on assessment and intervention tools

Following above work introduce daily mindfulness sessions linked to TIP goals.

Izzy Lamb

Cost of release and training = £300

5.2 To improve the teaching and learning of reading across the school. To review reading curriculum in order to improve fluency, comprehension and a love of reading. Quality teaching helps every child and good teaching is the most important lever to improve outcomes for disadvantaged pupils (EEF Guide to the Pupil Premium). To address relative weakness of reading outcomes for disadvantaged pupils and other pupils. Work to be carried out by English Leader as part of Learning Innovation Team 1. Sharon Riggs (English Lead) and Learning Innovation Team 1

Cost of courses, release and subscriptions = £535

Autumn 20
5.3 Improved teaching through teachers developing  self-reflection and peer coaching.

To use video recording of teaching to facilitate coaching and self coaching.

Good evidence that self-reflection and coaching has positive impact on teaching performance. Quality teaching helps every child and good teaching is the most important lever to improve outcomes for disadvantaged pupils (EEF Guide to the Pupil Premium).

We have carefully trialled the IRIS system and will support teachers to use it in a positive way.

 

Izzy Lamb (IRIS Lead) and Learning Innovation Team 1

Videoing/coaching = £1750

Autumn 20

Total budgeted cost £2585
  ii. Targeted academic support
Desired outcome Chosen action / approach What is the evidence and rationale for this choice? How will you ensure it is implemented well? Staff lead When will you review implementation?
5.4 Improved progress and proportion of pupils reaching age related expectations.​ To use the PiXL approach to forensically identify gaps in pupils’ learning and address them. Evidence consistently shows the positive impact that targeted academic support can have (EEF Guide to the Pupil Premium). PiXL ensures assessment is manageable, forensic and informs whole class teaching and learning and interventions.

PiXL has been trialled in the previous two years in Year 6 and principally for maths. Now extend the use and impact of PiXL across KS1 and KS2 and for reading and maths.

Work closely with PiXL associate.

Attend PiXL conferences.

Tim Godwin (PiXL Lead) and Learning Innovation Team 3

PiXL cost =  £2979

Third Space Learning = £2388

 

Autumn 20

 

 

5.6 Improved early social skills. Build on work for Quality Teaching for all (5.1 above) with emotional intervention for identified pupils. Good evidence that poorly developed early social skills have significant and lifelong adverse impact on outcomes. By collaboration with Steve Whitfield (Senior Specialist Educational Psychologist). Izzy Lamb

Costed above (5.1)

Autumn 20

 

Total budgeted cost £5367
iii.  Other wider strategies
Desired outcome Chosen action / approach What is the evidence and rationale for this choice? How will you ensure it is implemented well? Staff lead When will you review implementation?
5.7 Improved parental engagement. Continue to use and develop Parent Hub App and Tapestry to communicate with parents and to share children’s achievements and successes. Good evidence for the importance of parental engagement in a pupil’s learning.

By promoting the use of Parent Hub and Tapestry with staff and parents.

Review the use of Parent Hub and Tapestry.

SLT

Cost of Parent Hub and Tapestry = £850

Autumn 20

5.8 Increased self esteem, confidence, support and engagement. Therapeutic support through ‘special time’ sessions. ‘Special time’ provides vital emotional support to pupils. Ensure that pupils who would benefit from this support are identified carefully.

SLT to monitor.

Contribution to staffing costs = £10175

Autumn 20

Support class trips to enrich the curriculum for all.

An engaging curriculum is crucial in quality teaching and learning. Monitor planning to ensure trips are providing as much impact as possible. Deputy to monitor planning.

£500

Autumn 20
5.9 Increased attendance rates Review approaches to monitoring and intervention. Good evidence that attendance can be a significant barrier to disadvantaged children. SLT to work on new procedures and monitor them. Head Autumn 20
5.10 Staffing levels appropriate to deliver the strategy. To support staffing costs to ensure that Deputy Head and Teaching Assistants have sufficient time to deliver initiatives detailed above and to support quality first teaching.

Teaching assistants are needed to deliver the interventions to support pupil progress and emotional development.

The Deputy needs time to provide additional support and to coordinate, monitor and evaluate interventions and other initiatives.
SLT to monitor the impact of all the work. SLT

Contribution to Deputy Head’s salary = £6080

Teaching Assistant costs = £29022

 

Autumn 20
Total budgeted cost £46627
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