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EARLY YEARS Pupil Premium Funding

Spring Term 2016

 

Number of Pupils & Pupil Premium Grant  (PPG) received

 

Total number of pupils on role

 52

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

 13

Amount of PPG received per pupil

 £95

Total amount of PPG received

 £1240.20 (per term)

 

Objectives in spending PPG

  • To continue to ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all our pupils
  • To enable all pupils to make at least typical progress
  • To offer intervention to enable progress to be accelerated in order to close in- school attainment gaps between eligible pupils and their peers.
  • To establish appropriate provision for all pupils and promote the need for age expectations to be met by all.
  • To ensure that our youngest children can go on to achieve the Good Level of Development at the end of the Foundation Stage.
  • To close gaps in attainment between eligible pupils and their peers nationally.

 

 

 

Provision

For the current academic year, School Governors have allocated Early Years Pupil Premium funding in the following ways:

Strategy

Objective

Cost

Employing 1  additional Teaching Assistant within the nursery staffing structure

National ratios are 1:13 (eg 2 adults to our 26 children in each of the morning and afternoon sessions). We employ a third qualified adult to ensure quality interactions with our youngest children. As communication is an area of weakness for our intakes we will use this adult to target communication issues.

 

£22,000

 

1 Level 3 TA at 37.5hrs is £22,000

 

 

Total proposed spend

 

 

£ 22,000

 

Expected Outcomes

  • At the end of Nursery pupils receiving EYPPG will be meeting age related expectations (30-50month) in all aspects.
  • Communication issues will have been identified early and provision either put in place or ready to start in Reception.
  • The gap between pupils receiving EY PPG and their peers will be reduced further so that in-school gaps are minimal and results are more in line with National figures for ALL pupils.

 

 

 

  Monitoring

SLT to complete learning walks to ensure progress is being made.

DHT and SLT members to analyse data for cohort and identify needs every 6 weeks at Pupil Progress meetings.

DHT and SENCO to monitor gaps in Reading/writing and maths/ adding intervention where necessary.

 

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