Pupil Premium Allocation and Impact Report 2019/20

 

Pupil premium 2019-20

Indicative amount taken from last years figures are £ 45,850. School receives a monthly amount into the budget based on numbers of eligible pupils. CLA pupils now receive their funding on a termly basis and school has to itemise funding allocations and evaluate impact for these pupils.

 

What is Pupil Premium Funding? Pupil Premium is additional funding allocated to publicly funded schools to help raise the achievements of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers. Pupil premium funding is available to both mainstream and special schools. Schools decide how the pupil premiums funding is to be spent and are held accountable for their use of the additional monies to support pupils from low-income families and the impact this has on their achievement/attainment. Children who are eligible for pupil premium funding are:

· Children currently registered as eligible for free school meals due to family circumstances (not including all KS1 children who now receive free meals due to their age) including those children eligible for free school meals at any point in the past 6 years.

 · Looked After Children

· Children whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces.

 

Pupil Premium Grant (FSM)

All pupils who are in receipt of Free School Meals and those who have been eligible within the last six years (Ever 6) receive a pupil premium grant.

Primary pupils receive £1,320 per year.

Secondary pupils receive £935 per year.

The aim of the funding is to ensure an equality of opportunity and to ensure that pupils are not disadvantaged due to reduced income within the household. The funding enables schools to offer additional support to pupils so that they are able to achieve as well as their non FSM peers.

Post Looked After Arrangement (PLAA)

Each pupil who is in a PLAA receives £1,900 per year.

The aim of this funding is to ensure an equality of opportunity and to ensure that pupils are not disadvantaged due to their unsettled start to life. The funding enables schools to offer additional support to pupils so that they are able to achieve as well as their non PLAA peers.

 Children Looked After (CLA)

Each pupil who is CLA receives £1,900 per year

 

 

 

 

Addressing the needs of Pupils in School

The impact of interventions is tracked on an individual basis and progress is also tracked termly against identified targets linked to IEP and EHCP targets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Areas supported by pupil premium and expenditure

Specific Area of Focus

A. Cognition

B. Communication

C. Physical

D. PSEMH

E. Sensory Integration

F. External: Family life

 As a school we are aiming for our Pupil  Premium funding to provide our students with a legacy. We aim for the impact to last for our students throughout their lives and any equipment purchased to benefit the wider school community.

Pupil Premium Planned Spending Breakdown

Area

Why are we choosing to spend money in this way

Intended impact

PEACH therapy: Language consultant

Staff training

Working with identified students carrying out assessments

Writing plans and supporting implementation

£17,100

 

 B: Communication

Communication underpins everything we do as a school. Our students deserve a voice and the NHS only funds SALT 1x weekly. With 115 + students in school we recognised the need for a specialist who can meet the needs of students on a daily basis and work alongside a staff team focused on developing CLL

To work with all students to develop communication in line with SALT targets if applicable.

Students will be able to communicate more effectively by a range of means, signing, use of communication aids and clearer articulation

To provide additional targeted work/  interventions to ensure students achieve or exceed their individual targets

Students will make progress in line with their peers and in some cases exceed the progress made by their peers . Students engaged in effectively communicating their needs and reducing their frustrations.

Students to develop essential social and independence skills

 Improved confidence, self-esteem and behaviour

School Counsellor: To offer 1:1 support to pupils, support to small groups and also to parents

£13,500

D: PSEMH

F: Family Life

There is a great need in school for PSEMH support for a large number of students and families. 1:1 sessions, group work, family work can be offered by having an on site counsellor who knows the school, families and young people

Staff team knowledge of mental health improved and supported through training and support

Student wellbeing increased

Behavioural incidents for certain students decreased.

Blackburn Rovers Sports coaching: Weekly sports coaching

£2300

C:Physical

D: PSEMH

 

  Support for students to work in teams with external coaches to work on new skills and generalise existing skills. Increased physical exercise which in turn supports wellbeing.

Gross motor skills mastered and generalised

Self esteem raised

Resilience raised

Shine Therapy

£12,400

 

E: Sensory Integration

 

D: PSEMH

An increase in students experiencing Sensory processing difficulties. Support for class teams to work effectively with pupils who experience sensory processing issues.

To improve “readiness to learn”

Students are able to “ self regulate”

Staff knowledge increased

 Sensory circuits used effectively and impact for individual students measured

 

Talk Tools

£ 169

B: Communication

Resources to support talk tool programs

Improvements in talk tools assessments.

Extra curricular: Football

£975

C: Physical

D: PSEMH

F: family life

 

Self esteem will be raised as students participate in a range of sporting activities finding their preference and learning new skills. Students will gain a range of new skills and be able to build on existing skills

This will support students in accessing extracurricular activities and allow staffing levels to be effective in supporting the group.

Gross motor skill improvement: Mastered-generalised

Self-esteem and resilience increase

Rebound Therapy

£600

C: Physical

E: Sensory Integration

Rebound therapy offers students a way to meet sensory integration needs in a safe and controlled manner.

It also allows students with a physical disability the opportunity for  development of gross motor skills, core strength development and experiment with using their bodies in a different manner

Physical skills tracked and improved

Students readiness to learn increased and noted on such days (Case study evidence)

 

Development of core and gross motor skills

Enrichment activities

£300

F: Family life

This will support students in accessing the community, extra curricular activities

Students are able to explore a wider community, the local community and experience both new and familiar experiences

 

 

£47344

 

 

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