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Pupil Premium

  Kirkland & Catterall St. Helen’s Church of England Primary School, in common
with all other local schools, receives its funding from Central Government via
Lancashire Local Authority (the LA).

One element of this funding is called the PUPIL PREMIUM. This amount of this
additional funding varies from school to school and is dependent on 3 factors: the number of children in school who are in the care of the local authority, the number who have an entitlement to a free school meal and the number who have a parent(s) in the armed forces.

The goal is to ensure that all children make good or better progress - including those whose family circumstances generate Pupil Premium income for the school. Nationally, there is an "attainment gap" when children from differing socio-economic backgrounds are compared - our goal is to do what we can here at Kirkland & Catterall St. Helen’s to bridge that gap.

Schools are free to decide how to allocate this funding to best support the raising of attainment for the most vulnerable pupils.

 

In 2015-16, the amount we will receive for Pupil Premium will be £14,520

  • We have provided HLTA and TA support for 1:1 and small group work to boost those children who need extra support to accelerate their learning. A range of provisions are in place such as a fast forward grammar programme, basic arithmetic and reading for pleasure. These provisions and progress of children are tracked to ensure we are 'Narrowing the Gaps'
  • To ensure equal opportunities for all, funds have been added to educational trips, residential visits and extra curricular activities. We also invite travelling educational companies into school for example MAD SCIENCE, M&M productions 
  •  Where applicable, curriculum resources to support all levels of ability are purchased to enrich educational learning and wellbeing

In 2016-17, the amount we will receive for Pupil Premium will be £14,520

  • We use the pupil premium money to provide 1:1 and small group support. This is offered to those children who require extra help to make accelerated progress. A range of interventions such as Fast Track Phonics, Toe by Toe, Fast Forward Grammar, Power of 2, Maths Recovery, IDL and much more.
  • To ensure equal opportunities for 'all children' funds are used to help provide residential visits, educational trips, and extra curricular support. Throughout the year, travelling educational companies are invited to school which enhance the learning experiences of children such as Compagnie Tete-a-Tete ( MFL production ), science workshops, authors and artists.
  • Where applicable, curriculum resources to support all levels of ability are purchased to enrich educational learning and wellbeing. 
  • Reviews will take place termly.

IMPACT

  • Positive relationships between school, pupil and parent
  • Attendance at breakfast and after school sporting activities 
  • Improved confidence with adults and peers
  • Performance slower than average but progress made in relation to own baseline is good
  • Attendance on educational visits
  • Support to ensure accessibility 

In 2017-18, the amount we will receive for Pupil Premium will be £13, 200

  • We use the pupil premium money to provide 1:1 and small group support. This is offered to those children who require extra help to make accelerated progress. A range of interventions such as Fast Track Phonics, Toe by Toe, Fast Forward Grammar, Power of 2, Maths Recovery, IDL and much more.
  • To ensure equal opportunities for 'all children' funds are used to help provide residential visits, educational trips, and extra curricular support. Throughout the year, travelling educational companies are invited to school which enhance the learning experiences of children; pantomime visits, farm life experiences, science workshops, music sessions,authors and artists.
  • Where applicable, curriculum resources to support all levels of ability are purchased to enrich educational learning and wellbeing including a resilience workshop.
  • Reviews will take place termly.

IMPACT: Childrens progress is at least good when they recive extra support through interventions, attendence at extra curricular clubs is high, experiences of children are rich and enhance learning. Resources to support dyspraxia and dyslexia are used to enhance the range of support eg balance bikes and dyslexic friendly reading material.

In 2018-19, the amount we will receive for Pupil Premium will be £11 880

  • We use the pupil premium money to provide 1:1 and small group support. This is offered to those children who require extra help to make accelerated progress. A range of interventions such as Fast Track Phonics, Fast Forward Grammar, Power of 2, IDL and emotional support.
  • Dyspraxic and dyslexia friendly resources are purchased
  • To ensure equal opportunities for 'all children' funds are used to help provide residential visits, educational trips, and extra curricular support. Throughout the year, travelling educational companies are invited to school which enhance the learning experiences of children; pantomime visits, farm life experiences, science workshops, music sessions, authors and artists.
  • Where applicable, curriculum resources to support all levels of ability are purchased to enrich educational learning and wellbeing including a resilience workshop.
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