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Pupil Premium Spending Plan 2019 – 2020

What is Pupil Premium?

The pupil premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities and to close the gaps between them and their peers.

How is Pupil Premium Used?

At Victory Primary School, equality is priority. Therefore, we aim to ensure that our teaching and learning meets the needs of all pupils and enables them to reach their full potential. We are also dedicated to ensuring that pupils who belong to vulnerable groups receive the appropriate provision to meet their needs whatever their funding.

The pupil premium will be used to provide additional support to improve the progress, raise standard of achievement and close the gap between identified pupils and their peers.  In addition, it will be used to enrich and broaden the children’s learning experiences.

How is Pupil Premium monitored?

The head teacher and leadership team regularly monitor and evaluate the strategies in place and report to the governing body.

 

Pupil Premium Spending Plan 2019-2020

 

 Barriers to learning Action Cost Desired outcome
Limited enrichments activities and  learning experiences due to socio economic factors Theatre visit £600 Improve the quality of writing, deepen understanding of drama and extend experiences beyond the school environment
  Termly class visits and outings £700 To enrich and extend children’s learning experience beyond the school environment.
  Music teacher 

 

£10,410 Promote love of music by developing children’s musical skills and confidence.
Limited access to high quality books to sustain reading for pleasure and enhance reading skills. TA  KS2 reading support / booster

 

£19,435.63 To provide additional reading support for identified pupils, to maximise their progress and attainment.
  TA KS1 reading  support/ booster £19724.09 To provide additional reading support for identified pupils, to maximise their progress and attainment.
  To replenish books in classrooms and reading resources/assessments £1736.68 To promote reading for pleasure and heighten reading skills.
Limited access to external additional maths support Maths booster support

 

£7600 To provide additional maths support for identified pupils, to maximise their progress and attainment.
Limited access to academic support outside school hours

 

After school clubs    £1140 To provide additional support for identified pupils, to maximise their progress and attainment and expand their learning experiences.
Limited access to external agencies providing social and emotional support Art and Play therapist and Counsellor £7600 To provide social and emotional support for children who have social, emotional or mental health needs. To provide support and advice to staff and parents.
Limited linguistic role models EYFS TA EAL Support  £12,067.60 To provide  EAL support in EYFS.
  SALT support £3500

 

Identify and support pupils with speech and language needs.               Provide SEN support to close the attainment gap for SEN pupils.

 

Pupil premium for 2019 – 2020 = £84,514

Pupil Premium 18-19 Evaluation