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Pupil Premium

The pupil premium is a government grant allocated to children from low-income families who are known to have been eligible for Free School Meals within the past 6 years, or children who have been looked after for more than one day by the local authority. It is also granted for children who may come from a family in the armed forces. Each school is required to use this grant to support those children in bridging any gaps in attainment and offering the same opportunities as those who may be from families with more disposable income.

 

For 2018/2019 St. John's C.E. (C) Infant School has been allocated £52,800 to support 40 children and we are planning to spend the money in the following manner to narrow the gap in learning and enhance the learning journey of each individual child:

 

INTERVENTION COST INTENDED OUTCOME
EYFS focused support for specific needs £10,560 Bridging the gap when accessing school setting & extending social, emotional & academic learning
Teacher & ETA led class-based interventions £13,426 Provide one to one & small group class support for those working below expected level in phonics, reading, writing & maths
SLT Management of Intervention Programme £3,008 Management & first point of contact to oversee all interventions; ensuring maximum impact
LTS for specific needs £1,576 Provision of one to one support for individual children during lunchtime
Rise & Shine Club £3,657 Daily provision of before school club to encourage children to arrive on time, be motivated & stimulated ready for a day's learning
Educational Psychologist £2,000 Additional one to one support outside core provision to support children & families in need
Healthy Child Programme £2,863 On site provision of Locala School Nurse for drop in sessions & to support attendance/absence management
Attendance & Pupil Support £8,894 Daily monitoring, analysis & pro-active resolution of absences & lates.
Early Years Intervention £1,400 Provision of 'Getting Ready for School' programme to offer additional transition aiming to narrow attainment prior to starting school
School Milk £1,482 Daily provision of 1/3 pint of milk as per government guidelines
Afterschool Clubs £800 Enriching activities for those children who are not always able to access the same experiences as their peers
Breakfast Club £3,134 Daily Breakfast Club offering healthy, nutritional start 

 

For 2017/2018 St. John's C.E. (C) Infant School has been allocated £62,040 to support 47 children and we are planning to spend the money in the following manner to narrow the gap in learning and enhance the learning journey of each individual child:

 

NTERVENTION COST INTENDED OUTCOME               
EYFS focused support for specific needs £10,184 Bridging the gap when accessing school setting and extending social, emotional and academic learning
Teacher & ETA led class based interventions £21,305 Provide one to one and small group class support for those working below the expected level in phonics, reading, writing and maths
SLT Managment of intervention programmes £1,786 Management and first point of contact to oversee all interventions; ensuring they are delivered to narrow the attainment gap effectively
LTS for specific needs £1,998 Provision of one to one support for those children who find non-structured time difficult to access due to physical, social or emotional needs
Rise and Shine Club £8,000 Daily provision of before school club to encourage children to arrive on time, be motivated and stimulated ready for a day's learning whilst also helping those parents with children at more than one school
Educational Psychologist £2,000 Additional one to one support outside core hours to support children and families in need of emotional enrichment
Healthy Child Programme £2,340 On site provision of  Locala School Nurse for drop in sessions and also referrals for families in need of health guidance to ensure children attend school regularly
Attendance & Pupil Support £4,930 Daily monitoring, analysing and pro-active reduction in absences and lates. Working closely with Kirklees Attendance and Pupil Support to carry out home visits and attend meetings to support families in need
Early Years Intervention £2,658 Provision of Coming to School Club to offer additional transition and parent/school links aiming to narrow the gap prior to compulsory school age
School Milk £1,300 Daily provision of 1/3 pint of milk as per government guidelines 
Afterschool Clubs £2,405 Enriching activities for those children who are not always able to access the same experiences as their peers
Breakfast Club £3,134 Daily breakfast club offering healthy, nutritional breakfast in a calm relaxing atmosphere to ensure each child is ready to face the day

 

 

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