Pupil Premium Reports Autumn 2020
The school carefully plans how to support children who are in receipt of the pupil premium, this is a mixture of in-class and individual support that addresses the barriers to learning that staff have identified. The number of pupils can fluctuate a lot – from 3 up to 9 in one year and therefore the needs can also change over a fairly short period of time. Obviously staff need to focus on the immediate issues as well as aim to provide more long term support for families.
2020-2021 is a strange year because due to the Covid pandemic we saw numbers who could claim the Pupil Premium increase in the Autumn after the funding was allocated. Schools began to address catch up issues caused by interrupted routines at home and school. (see plan) Initial plans for Pupil Premium funding 20-21.
PP-strategy-for website 20-21
School was then closed in January / February 21 and subsequently the children’s needs changed. On return in March we plan to focus time and staffing to ensure we can start to reduce gaps as well as provide calm time and extra outdoor learning, games, art and sport for children to settle back into the school routine. ‘Normal’ learning will not resume immediately.
Our allocation of funds for 19-20 is £4 940 based on the census, there were 3 pupils Attached is our strategy plan for 2019-20 PP-strategy-for website 19-20
Please find attached a Strategy plan for 2018-19 – we have a very small number of pupils and so obviously want to make sure the information provided is totally anonymised.
Our funding for 2018-19 is £7580
A strategy plan for 2017-18 including a summary of the main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at the school and how we plan to spend the Pupil Premium to address those barriers.
Pupil premium funding 2017-18 = £9800 This will be reduced further in 2018-19