Pupil Premium Spending Plan 2022-23
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 2022-23
|Barriers to learning||Action||Cost||Desired outcome|
|Limited enrichments activities and learning experiences due to socio economic factors|
(Performance in school or at theatre depending on Covid restrictions)
|£1000||Improve the quality of writing, deepen understanding of drama and extend experiences beyond the school environment|
|Termly class visits and outings||£720||To enrich and extend children’s learning experience beyond the school environment. £100 per class.|
|KS2 Music teacher – 1 day per week||£6000||Promote love of music by developing children’s musical skills and confidence.|
|Purchase music resources||£500||Provide resources to promote the love of music|
|Limited access to high quality books and support to sustain reading for pleasure and enhance reading skills.||KS1 TA – main focus reading April 22 – March 23||£20,000||To provide additional academic support for identified pupils, to maximise their progress and attainment.|
|Replenish class + library reading books||£2500||To replenish and expand reading resources used to teach key reading strategies.|
|Guided Reading books||£2500||To replenish and expand reading resources used to teach key reading strategies.|
|KS2 TA – main focus reading April 22 –March 23||£20,000||To provide additional academic support for identified pupils, to maximise their progress and attainment.|
|Limited access to additional SEN support for identified children||SEN TA – 2 days per week April 22 – March 23||£6500||To provide additional academic support for identified SEM/FSM pupils, to maximise their progress and attainment.|
|Limited access to food prior to starting school and affordable child care||Breakfast Club and Eat Up Club staffing costs||£7000||To provide food for FSM children combat hunger and enhance concentration To provide affordable child care for working families|
|Limited access to additional maths support||Maths booster support 1 day April 22 – March 23||£5000||To provide additional maths support for identified pupils, to maximise their progress and attainment.|
|Limited access to academic support outside school hours||Reading after school club (4 x staff – 1 day per week)||£1520||To provide additional reading support for identified pupils, to maximise their progress and attainment.|
|Homework club staff salary April 22 – March 23||£800||To provide additional support for identified pupils, to maximise their progress and attainment and expand their learning experiences.|
|Yr5 Chess club + Chess after school club Chess in Schools||£2100||To improve thinking skills and spacial awareness|
|Limited access to external agencies providing social and emotional support||Art and Play therapist and Counsellor 0.5 day per week April 22–March 23||£3500||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.|
|SALT support April 22 – March 23||£8500||Identify and support pupils with speech and language needs. Provide SEN support to close the attainment gap for SEN pupils.|
|Limited access to interpreter||EAL support – Interpreter service||£1000||To support EAL parents to access meetings and other reading materials|