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What is Pupil Premium?

What is Pupil Premium?

Pupil Premium Vision for 2018-2019

For the year 2018-2019, we have identified the barriers to learning and planned in professional development, intervention strategies and resources to best support children in receipt of pupil premium.  The review of 2018-2019 and plan for the year ahead is on the link below.

Pupil Premium Strategy 2019-2020 and review of 2018-2019

Follwoing on from our OFSTED in May 2018, we have had a full pupil premium review from a National Leader of Education.  All actions have been followed up on and these have included.  

  • Reviewing our phonics groupings
  • Identifying nurture groups
  • Developing a tracking system for individual pupil premium children that can be shared with governors

We have also had a local authority review of practice for a pupil premium lead.  A learning walk took place and the following was observed...There was a calm atmosphere around the school that was conducive to learning.  Children were focused and engaged with learning in every class visited, appropriated differentiation through scaffolding and adult support was evident.   Children were interviewed and it was noted that..  All children, (PP and non PP) enjoyed school and spoke enthusiastically about their learning, the support they were given and how feedback was given.  They were able to show evidence of this in their books.  They were all clear about who could help them at school.  They knew the school rules and behaviours for learning.  They spoke of how the ‘washing lines’ in class supported their learning.

For a review of 2017-2018, please read here and for information about data, please look at this document.  

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