Pupil Premium Strategy 2021-22

Our pupil premium allocation for the current financial year is £161,500

The priorities for our eligible learners for this academic year (based on key barriers to learning) are:

  • Providing pastoral care and interventions to ensure barriers are removed and learners are well supported and ready to learn.
  • Providing additional skilled educational support staff within the classrooms and across the school to enhance quality first teaching to narrow any gaps in attainment.
  • Providing tailored interventions to meet the needs of our learners to support them in making progress.
  • Providing support from additional professionals such as Educational Psychologists or Behaviour Consultants to ensure the highest level of targeted support for children with specific barriers to their learning.
  • Providing access to wrap around care for children for whom this would benefit their daily readiness for school.
  • Enabling the provision of a high quality Nurture intervention class to address issues of attachment, emotional literacy, mental health interventions and confidence as learners.

We will measure the impact of our approaches through:

  • Pupil progress meetings
  • Data analysis
  • Monitoring and evaluation procedures
  • Pupil Voice
  • SEN intervention impact meetings
  • Strengths and Weaknesses questionnaires and Boxall Profiles

Our next review of the pupil premium strategy will be carried out in Autumn 2022 and on an ongoing basis

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