Pupil premium

Shilbottle Primary:

Pupil premium strategy statement

2019/20

 
  1. School overview

Metric

Data

School name

Shilbottle Primary

Pupils in school

151

Proportion of disadvantaged pupils

30%

Pupil premium allocation this academic year

£39,600

Academic year or years covered by statement

2019/20

Publish date

October 2020

Review date

October 2021

Statement authorised by

G Parnaby

Pupil premium lead

E Harrison

Governor lead

S Wilson

    1. Disadvantaged pupil progress scores for last academic year

Measure

Score

Reading

No formal SATS carried out in 2020

Writing

No formal SATS carried out in 2020

Maths

No formal SATS carried out in 2020

Measure

Score

Meeting expected standard at KS2

60% (School data)

Achieving high standard at KS2

20% (School data)

    1. Strategy aims for disadvantaged pupils

Measure

Activity

Priority 1

Work with the Maths Hub to develop Maths Mastery in the curriculum.

Priority 2

Develop Wellbeing and Mindfulness within the curriculum in light of impact of COVID19.

Barriers to learning these priorities address

Ensuring children’s mental health is supported to ensure they are ready to learn. Developing long term memory strategies.

Projected spending 

£15,700

 

    1. Teaching priorities for current academic year

Aim

Target

Target date 

Progress in Reading

Achieve at least national average levels in KS2 and further develop the results within KS1 to continue to be above national.

July 2021

Progress in Writing

Achieve at least national average levels in KS2 and further develop the results within KS1 to continue to be above national.

July 2021

Progress in Mathematics

Achieve at least national average levels in KS2 and further develop the results within KS1 to continue to be above national.

July 2021

Phonics

To continue to achieve higher than national average results both at the end of Year 1 and KS1

July 2021

Other

Improve attendance to be at least that of the national average.

July 2021

    1. Targeted academic support for current academic year

Measure

Activity

Priority 1

Develop early phonic skills through the purchase of RWInc Home Book bags to ensure home reading activities support in-school reading activities.

Priority 2

Develop the use of mathematics intervention programmes including First Class in Number to target those falling behind age related expectations.

Barriers to learning these priorities address

Supporting parental engagement and early number acquisition.

Projected spending

£12,500

    1. Wider strategies for current academic year

Measure

Activity

Priority 1

Developing the distance learning support for disadvantaged children.

Priority 2

Attendance for disadvantaged children

Barriers to learning these priorities address

Infrastructure, such as internet connectivity, in the local area and school is not always able to support plans.  Engagement with target families.

Projected spending

£15,000

    1. Monitoring and Implementation

Area

Challenge

Mitigating action

Teaching

Time to ensure staff can develop and acquire new skills, particularly in relation to distance learning.

Use of INSET days and cover by staff internally.

Targeted support

Release time for subject leaders to develop support programmes in their curriculum area as staff lead on more than one subject area.

Use of staff CPD meetings to share good practice and develop a collaborative approach to monitoring and development.

Wider strategies

Internet connectivity within the local area and engagement with target families.

Participation in the Government initiative to improve internet connectivity.  Supporting target families.

    1. Review: last year’s aims and outcomes

Aim

Outcome

Progress in Reading and Writing

School data as at March 2020 shows a continued improvement in KS2 results over a three year period.

EYFS and KS1 continue to be above national averages.

Progress in Mathematics

School data as at March 2020 shows a continued improvement in KS2 results over a three year period.

EYFS and KS1 continue to be above national averages.

Attendance

Data show a slight increase on overall attendance to be broadly in line with national averages; however this remains a target area for the coming year.