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Federation Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Action Plan 2017-2018

 

St Joseph’s Camberwell Catholic Schools’ Federation Pupil Premium Action Plan

Junior and Infants School 2017 - 18

 

Total number of eligible pupils for PP funding

Number of eligible boys

Number of eligible girls

Number of pupils eligible for free school meals in the last six years 
(ever 6 FSM)

Number of looked after children (LAC)

Number of post-LAC

Number of service children

42 Infants

81 Juniors

(123 Pupils)

24 boys Infants

40 boys Junior

18 girls Infants

41 girls Junior

42 Infants

81 Juniors

 

1 Infants

1 Juniors

0

0

 

Review of 2016-17

Total PP Allocation: £175,400

Summary of Objectives

Summary of Expenditure

Impact on progress and attainment

Comments

Junior School

Infant School

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium Objectives for 2017-18 Total Allocation: £171,600 (Juniors £116,160 Infants £55,440)

1: Pupil Premium children will make good progress from starting points

2: Pupil Premium children will attain as well as their peers

3: Pupil Premium children will not be disadvantaged re: extra-curricular activities and visits

4: Well-being of PP children

5: LAC PP children will have full access and support (2 children)

 

 

 

Objective 1

Pupil Premium children will make good progress from starting points

Actions

Success Criteria

Timescales

Person Responsible

Cost

Data is monitored and evaluated

Data looks positive with increasing number of pupils making progress over the year

Termly data drop

Half termly Pupil Progress Meetings

SLT

Class teacher

Yr 6 G&T focus group £6,300

Phonics &

SATS Boosters £4,000

 

Interventions are appropriate and timely

PP meetings indicate those pupils who need intervention

Half termly

SLT/ SENCO/ Class teacher

Maths small group £5,300

English small group £7,000

Reading £3,500

Boosters £4,100

 

Children with multiple areas of disadvantage PP/EAL/SEN are monitored half termly

Pupil progress meetings address these specific children

All interventions are working together

Class teachers evaluate the impact of intervention and work closely to address

Half termly

 

Staff meetings

 

Moderation meetings book looks

Action plans from subject leaders evaluate

SLT

Intervention teacher/ Support staff

SENCO

 

Part time unqualified teacher to work as part of inclusion team

£24,780

 

£3,800 – EAL intervention

 

Objective 2

Pupil Premium children will attain as well as their peers

Actions

Success Criteria

Timescales

Person Responsible

Cost

Teaching is focused and addresses misconceptions

Gaps are identified and closed

 

Half termly

Teachers

1:1 targeted groups £9,000

Targeted maths £7,700

Extra teaching/overlearning means attainment is typical

Gaps are identified and closed

Half termly

SLT

Intervention teachers

SENCO

SEN support £14,100

Children with multiple areas of disadvantage PP/EAL/SEN are monitored half termly

Pupil progress meetings address these specific children

All interventions are working together

Class teachers evaluate the impact of intervention and work closely to address

Half termly

 

Staff meetings

 

 

Moderation meetings book looks

Action plans from subject leaders evaluate

SLT

Intervention teachers/ Support staff

SENCO

 

Middle Leaders

£6,800 SALT

Yr 3&4 intervention £6,500

Yr 5&6 intervention £3,500

 

Library resources £1,000

 

Interventions are appropriate and timely

PP meetings indicate those pupils who need intervention

Half termly

SLT/ Intervention Teacher/ Class teacher

Interventions

£15,145

 

 

Objective 3

Pupil Premium children will not be disadvantaged re: extra-curricular activities and visits

Actions

Success Criteria

Timescales

Person Responsible

Cost

Will take part in extra- curricular activities at no/reduced cost

Enjoyment and well-being is paramount to learning

Termly club rota includes known PP children and directed to relevant activities

HOS

£20x 81 x 6 clubs = £9,200

Trips: £15x75=£1,200

Residential for Yr 6 17 x £295= £5,015

Music tuition = £5,300

Critical thinking introduced through philosophy

Philosophy has a positive impact on learning

Termly

HOS

Philosophy = £8,500

Will be allocated the appropriate school uniform for the year

To ensure pp children have access to free uniform

Yearly Allowance to ensure that children have the same uniform as all the other children

HOS

Infant Uniform = £1,100

Junior Uniform = £2,800

Will take part in extra- curricular activities at no/reduced cost

Enjoyment and well-being is paramount to learning

Termly club rota includes known PP children and directed to relevant activities

HOS

Trips = £420.00

Clubs = £450.00

 

Parents Maths, writing, Phonics and Reading workshops

Developing home school relationships, so parents carers have skills to assist their child

Termly workshops

HOS / subject lead Teacher

Parents workshops £300

 

Y1 Phonics booster £125

 

Objective 4

Well-being of PP children is a priority

Actions

Success Criteria

Timescales

Person Responsible

Cost

Learning Mentor works with specifically identified group of PP children individually or group

Behavioural, emotional and social barriers for learning are diminished

Sessions with LM mean that BES barriers are addressed

SLT

£13,268 Juniors

Speech and Language of PP pupils identified

Expressive and receptive language difficulties and social communication difficulties are addressed

 

Termly

SENCO

£6,874 Juniors

 

Intervention Teacher works with specifically identified group of PP children individually or group

Behavioural, emotional and social barriers for learning are diminished

Sessions with intervention teacher will mean that BES barriers are addressed

SLT

£8,820

 

Objective 5

Well-being of PP children is a priority

Actions

Success Criteria

Timescales

Person Responsible

Cost

LAC children have access to individual support as appropriate and defined by LAC review and PEP

Settled and making good progress

Ongoing over school year

LAC team

Headteacher

Social Worker

£1,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total of PP plan:

£171,957

 

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