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Holy Cross Federation

Runcton Holme C of E Primary

Learning Together for Life

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium is allocated to schools of statutory school age from low income families who are eligible for Free School Meals (FSM), for children who are looked after by the Local authority (LAC) and to children whose parents are currently serving in the Armed Forces. Schools are able to spend the pupil premium as they see necessary to support the children who are in receipt of it. However, for accountability purposes, schools are required to show clearly how and where the money is spent.

Across the Holy Cross Federation, cohort sizes can be very small. As a result, numbers of children receiving support from the various projects are not commented on, in order to preserve anonymity and confidentiality.  

Number of pupils eligible 8
TOTAL Pupil Premium received £10,560

Identified barriers to educational achievement for children attending Runcton Holme CofE Primary:

*Specific SEND issues – additional TA support for small group and 1:1 learning.

*Behaviour and emotional needs, including bereavement, influence of home issues, self-esteem, lack of confidence – 1:1 pastoral sessions.

*Attendance – letters sent regularly and meetings held to support improvements in attendance.

*Low base when starting school, particularly phonics awareness – additional 1:1 sessions, parents meetings held.

*Financial Support needed to ensure full access to opportunities at school – support given where needed for attending trips.

At Runcton Holme CE Primary, the expected Pupil Premium grant for 2019/20 is £10,560

Projected Pupil Premium Spending Plan 2019/2020

Item Cost Objective Evaluation and impact

10 hours additional classroom support per week (KS2)

5 hours addition classroom support per week (KS1)

£6000

 

 

£1500

To improve progress and attainment in all areas of the curriculum at end of KS2

To enable PP child to meet ARE in Reading, Writing and Maths at end of KS1

 

1 hour Individual Pastoral support per week + resourcing

(3omins KS1/ 30mins KS2)

£600

To support emotional needs of vulnerable children  
After school Maths booster sessions £450 To improve Maths attainment in 2 Yr6 PP children – enabling expected progress from KS1 starting points to be achieved.  

 

School Subsidy for school visits, including residential visit

 

£700

 

To enable all PP children to take part in residential

To enable all PP children to attend other trips across the year.

 

Total Cost

Surplus

£9250

£1310

   

Pupil Premium Spending Plan 2018/2019

Item

Cost

Objective

Evaluation and impact

5 hours additional classroom support per week (KS2)

£3890

To improve progress and attainment in all areas

PP Attainment: R – 2/7 in line with expected for these pupils (3 out 7 are SEN pupils)

PP Progress: 4/7 expected progress in R W M

1 hours Individual Pastoral support per week

£1000

To support emotional needs of vulnerable children

Pupil’s confidence is improving – helping interaction in the classroom.  These children are engaging more. 

Continue to fund Nessy Learning licenses, headphones and staffing

£1950

 

To improve reading and spelling skills

3 PP children have accessed Nessy –

R.Age and S.Ages have increased by at least one year.

After school Maths booster sessions

£450

To improve Maths attainment in Yr6 PP children

M – expected progress made by PP children

School Subsidy for school visits, including residential visit

£600

 

 

£200

To enable all 3 PP children to take part in residential

To enable all PP children to attend other trips across the year.

 

All PP children have attended all trips

Total Cost

Surplus

£8090

£1150

 

For contingency situations as the year progresses

Breakfast club has been subsidised for PP children.