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Pupil Premium

 

Catfield 2019-20
Hickling 2019-20
Sutton 2019-20

 

 

 

 

Overview of the Federation 18-19

 

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

 

 

Catfield

 

Hickling

 

Sutton

Total number of pupils on roll

67

 

19

60

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

13

4

5

Amount of PPG received per pupil

1300

 

1300

1300

Total amount of PPG received

16,140

 

7,240

6,600

Total for Federation - £29,980

 

 

Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligible for PP, including high ability)

Lack of family stability.  Support needed around social and emotional issues before learning can happen.

Pupils need to develop language skills. Delayed speech and language.

Family mental health.  Children often worried and tired through inconsistent boundaries at home, which can result in poor behaviour.

Attendance rates – children not arriving at school on time.

Links to SDP:

Key Priorities for 2018-19:

  1. To maintain and strengthen the distinctiveness of our Church schools.
  2. To embed calculations policy and continue to develop fluency in Maths, particularly at KS2.
  3. To ensure spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG) is taught effectively across KS1 and 2 to enable children to make good progress and become more confident writers.
  4. To continue to provide opportunities for Forest Schools for all children and extend this to our wider federation community.

Planned spending and actions for academic year 18-19:

  • Staff CPD in from SALT, dedicated time to deliver intervention, children identified early.
  • Investment in EYs classrooms to ‘communication friendly spaces.’
  • Draw and Talk trained TA’s - designated space and sessions are timetabled.
  • Mobile used for quiet crafting during lunchtimes.
  • Training for Head of School on attendance- cascaded to all staff.
  • SLT trained to lead FSPs, attendance of a DSL at termly Early Help meetings.
  • Trained Forest School Leaders deliver sessions
  • Nurture UK lead training on Boxall Profile for all staff.

July 2019

Outcomes:     

On the whole Pupil premium children made good progress across the federation in reading, writing and maths.                                                                              

Catfield:

89% made expected progress in Reading. 78% made expected progress in Writing. 83% made expected progress in Maths.

Sutton:

100% made expected progress in Reading. 83% made expected progress in Writing. 83% made expected progress in Maths.

Hickling:

100% made expected progress in Maths, English and Science. (Pupil Asset)