The Rookeries Carleton Junior, Infant & Nursery School

Rookeries Carleton Junior & Infant School

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Pupil Premium Action Plan- Academic Year 2017- 2018

 

Areas to be developed

Actions

Success Criteria

Who will be involved?

Training and Development needs

Resource Implications

Cost & Budget

Monitoring

Timescale

To diminish  the difference between pupil premium pupils and non-pupil premium pupils in:

Reading

Writing

Maths

·          Assertive mentoring meetings each term

 

 

·          increased awareness by the children of their strengths, next steps and clear ideas of improving their work

·          Children have a better understanding of how to achieve their targets leading to rapid gains

Class teachers

Cover for class for 1 day a term per class; £4,900

 

SLT

Autumn 2

Spring 2

Summer 2

·          Year 6 teacher to have 1:1 meetings with parent and pupil

·          increased awareness by the children of their strengths, next steps and clear ideas of improving their work

·          Children have a better understanding of how to achieve their targets leading to rapid gains

Year 6 teacher

Cover for Year 6 for 2 days

£500

SLT

Year 6 teacher

Autumn 1

·          Easter school programmes targeting identified pupils

·          Children show greater confidence and an improved attitude to learning in Y6.

Staffing in Easter holidays

 

£2,000

SLT

 

Easter Holidays

·          Additional support staff hours targeting children who are two years behind their chronological reading age and delivering reading programme

·          Targeted children quickly make progress in Reading, diminishing the gap between themselves and their peers

·          High quality interventions, with targeted pupils , leading to personalised learning allowing children to make rapid gains

Support staff

Teaching & Learning lead for reading project

Staffing for 2 groups every day 39 weeks.

£2175

Teaching & Learning lead member of staff

SLT

Ongoing 2017-2018

·          Learning Mentor to work with children with multiple barriers to learning

·          Pupils have raised self-esteem and confidence

·          Pupils have a positive attitude to learning

·          Some barriers to learning removed

Learning  Mentor

Learning Mentor time to support vulnerable children

£10,000

SLT

Ongoing

·          Booster Teacher 3 morning a week to work with Year 6

·          Improved basic skills in Reading, Writing and Maths

·          Pupils to make accelerated progress in Reading Writing  and Maths

·          Pupils more prepared to take the SATs tests in May 2018

·          Children receiving incisive feedback. They know and act upon their strengths and next steps

Booster Teacher

Year 6 Teacher

Headteacher

Booster teacher cost for 3 mornings a week

£14,022

SLT

Ongoing

·          HLTA support in Year 6 am

·          Improved basic skills in Reading, Writing and Maths

·          Pupils to make accelerated progress in Reading Writing  and Maths

·          Pupils more prepared to take the SATs tests in May 2018

HLTA

HLTA member of staff working in Year 6 am (this time is non- negotiable)

£14,000)

SLT

Ongoing

·          Continue to Purchase Bug Club EBook-Licence and Spelling and Grammar Licence

·          Train staff and children to use the books

·          Improved reading skills

·          Children able to access all areas of the curriculum due to being confident readers

·          Children able to access the reading and SPAG SATs tests

·          More children reaching ARE in reading

Literacy Coordinator

SLT

 

EBook Licence and Spelling and Grammar Licence

£1680

Literacy Coordinator

SLT

Ongoing

To improve the attitudes to learning of identified pupils

·          Attendance and Behaviour incentives e.g. mini ipad, cinema vouchers, postcards, stationery, certificates

·          An increased awareness of the importance of attendance leading to improved attendance levels for target children

·          Pupil’s motivation to attend to increase rapidly

·          An improvement in behaviour as children respond well to incentives

Learning Mentor

Termly prizes, 100% attendance, end of year 100% attendance prize draw – £50 voucher  £1,000

Office staff

Learning Mentor

HT

Autumn 2

Spring 2

Summer 2

·          CHOICES Programme targeting Think Family children (8)

·          Pupils have an increased awareness of the choices they can make in school that will impact on future education opportunities.

·          Pupils will have an increased awareness of post 16 opportunities.

·          Pupils will have raised aspirations.

Learning Mentor

Learning Mentor ½ day a week for 30 weeks; £2,500

HT

CCHS Student welfare officer

30 weeks from Autumn 1 2017 until Summer 1 2018

·          School lunches provided

·          All pupils to eat a healthy nutritious meal

·          All children engaged in learning

·          All children have improved attitude to learning

Headteacher

Business ,Manager

School lunches

£12,920

HT

Ongoing

To ensure children have an enriched curriculum

·          All children have access to a broad, balanced and enriched curriculum

·          Children have opportunities to enrich their learning through visits, workshops, and events.

·          They are engaged and motivated in their learning

Teachers

External providers

Visits, workshops and events

Subsidise cost

£1,000

 

Office staff

SLT

Ongoing

To ensure children have a healthy breakfast and are ready to learn at the start of the day

·          All pupil premium children to be offered a free breakfast at Breakfast Club

·          Children are ready to learn at the beginning of the day because they have received a healthy breakfast

Breakfast Club staff

Breakfast

£3,040

Office staff

HT

Ongoing

Pupil Premium indicated allocation 2017 – 18   £72,580

Total expenditure: approx. £69,737   allocated to date

Remaining funding : approx. £2843