Pupil Premium at Wiggonby C of E Primary School
(Please note that this information is published with respect for confidentiality because of our small pupil numbers.)
This funding is allocated to initiatives which remove barriers to learning to ensure pupils reach their full potential both academically and socially. In some case it is used to provide staff to work with families.
In November 2015 additional 0.6 teaching hours were introduced to split KS2 into 2 classes for literacy and numeracy. In September 2016 staffing was increased to offer additional teacher assistant support and to allow teachers to implement 1:1 support. In May 2017 school increased teaching staff and moved to three classes full-time.
|Educational residentials||To enhance the curriculum, ensure inclusion and equality, to give the opportunity to experience new and challenging activities and to experience the social aspect of staying away from home.|
|One to One Support||To help and support children in reaching their full potential in Literacy and Numeracy. 1:1 counselling and nurture groups. Family advice and support.|
|Additional staffing||To increase staffing ratios to allow for more focused group work, increased access to the teacher, small teaching groups. Greater use of feedback.|
|Focus interventions||Reading intervention and structured spelling, toe by toe, power of 2, extension to level 6, funky fingers and fine motor skills, catch up maths. External assessments and advice from specialists.|
|Increasing staff expertise||Providing training for staff.|
|Resources||In some case resources have been purchased e.g. schemes, technology etc..|
Measuring the impact of pupil premium funding.
The school will evaluate the impact of the funding through:
The impact will be monitored through:
Schools, headteachers and teachers will decide how to use the Pupil Premium allocation, as they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for individual pupils.
Source: DFE website
Impact of spending
Data shows that the very large majority of children at Wiggonby make at least expected progress. There is no significant difference between the progress pupil premium children make compared to any other child.
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