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Pupil Premium 2015-2016

Pupil Premium 2015-2016

Pupil Premium used for:

£24,640

Amount allocated to

the intervention

/ action

Is this a new or

continued activity?

Brief summary of

the intervention

or action.

Specific intended

outcomes: how will

this intervention or

action improve

achievement for

pupils eligible for the

Pupil Premium? What will it achieve if

successful?

How will this

activity be

monitored, when

and by whom?

How will success

be evidenced?

Actual impact:

What did the

action or activity

actually achieve?

Additional Teachers

for key year groups

£22,895

continued-

Individual/small group

support to extend children’s knowledge and skills in English and Maths as required.

Narrow the gap in attainment and progress

Half termly progress meetings with LT.

Pupil’s attainment would be meet National expectations or evidence of narrowing the gap.

Learning Mentor

£1,304

continued

Additional support for emotional, social needs of pupils as required

Pupils are able to concentrate on their learning , improve behaviour, coping in social situations

Half termly discussion with Learning Mentors and LT, review progress. Pupils learning well in class.

Subsidise Residential

Visit to allow all

children to

participate

£220

continued

Provide partpayment

for PP children so

they can have the opportunity to participate in outdoor and adventurous activities.

Pupils have greater confidence having had the opportunity to be more independent, face new challenges.

Staff monitoring pupil’s engagement in activities. Post review meeting with LT

Subsidising trips for

Pupil Premium

children

£132

continued

Provide partpayment

for PP children so

they can access the

trips during each topic enabling them to contextualise their work.

Pupils have been able to have a richer experience within their topic to enable them to have a greater understanding of the topic they are studying

Post trip review discussions with LT. Class Teacher monitors improved engagement in the curriculum.

Subsidising clubs

£89

continued

Provide partpayment

for PP children so

they have the opportunity to participate in a range of activities and socialise informally with other pupils.

Pupils have the opportunity to try new activities and develop new skills which also supports higher self- esteem and independence.

Termly review with club co-ordinator re attendance and pupil engagement in the club.

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