Pupil Premium Report 2013-14

In 2013-14 school received £28,800 Pupil Premium to help narrow the attainment gap and raise achievement of Children Looked After and those eligible for free school meals.

2013-14 Impact of Pupil Premium spending

Intervention

Impact

Literacy interventions

  • To provide a range of one to one interventions such as Education City - Literacy, Penpals handwriting, Phonics Bug Club, Comics for Phonics, Five Minute Boxes, Rapid Readers, Phased Phonic Boxes

 

 

Reading     74% of children met or exceeded their termly targets in Summer 2014 (67% % in Spring 2014)

Writing      81% of children met or exceeded their termly targets (78% in Spring 2014)

Maths interventions

  • To provide a range of one to one interventions such as Education City - Numeracy, Stile Numeracy, Five Minute Box, Rapid Maths, Maths Champs, Maths Made Easy

 

 

 

Maths        83% of children met or exceeded their termly targets (64% in Spring 2014)

Extra support staff

  • Extra support staff hours for each team to implement interventions

 

Reduction in time out of class

Reduction in positive handling incidents

New technologies

  • Additional laptops to ensure targeted children have access to ILS (Individualised Learning Systems) interventions
  • Ipads to engage the less motivated children who are being targeted. A range of educational apps to support a variety of learning styles

 

Increased levels of engagement across school

Increased attendance

 

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