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Pupil Premium Grant 2019/2020

Pupil Premium

No. of pupils eligible

Amount per pupil £

Total Amount £

Deprivation:-

 

 

 

Primary

35

£1,320

£46,200

Secondary

0

£935

Service Child

1

£300

£300

Post LAC

4

£2,300

£9,200

Total

 

 

£55,700

Rationale for spending

Intent

  1. Ensure that all children are making at least expected progress in English and Maths
  2. Develop robust assessment strategies to reduce under performance in key subjects and record concerns and behaviours that could be barriers to learning
  3. Develop a curriculum that is broad and balanced with enrichments
  4. Support the more vulnerable children in school and reduce their barriers to learning

Implementation

  1.  
  • To continue to close the gaps based on assessment – Teaching assistants facilitate groups. Where necessary class teachers plan for the children in these groups to ensure appropriate activities are being set
  • Pre-teaching groups delivered by teachers to give targeted support.
  • Ensure Intervention groups have specific & appropriate targets and effectively resourced with high quality resources.
  • Children identified as needing intervention must have clear targets each half term
  • Pre- morning targeted phonics booster delivered by teachers
  • Help with speech & language for targeted children in KS1
  • All children losing learning time due to emotional / behavioural issues to access ‘catch-up’ time with TA
  1.  
  • Use of IPads to develop learning and engage children who would ‘switch off’
  1.  
  • Forest school started Autumn 2019 for children in KS2 who demonstrate serious behaviour issues. Social groups set up for children who struggle with friendship groups/low confidence.
  1.  
  •  Learning mentor to support vulnerable children, specifically mental health needs  and reduction of barriers to learning
  1.  
  • Consultant support to develop broad and balanced curriculum
  • Resources to support curriculum
  • Subsidise residential trips to ensure participation
  • Subsidise range of tuition including music tuition and Tutor Trust

Impact

  1. Identified children at ARE by the end of the curriculum year. Number of children achieving National Phonic score in Year 1 (KS1) will increase. Gaps in learning start to close and confidence of pupils increased
  2. Targeted children who struggle to stay on task in lessons used Ipads to access apps such as seesaw to aid learning.
  3. Forest school has helped children to understand and develop teamwork skills. Social groups have created a ‘safe’ space to express worries or concerns and built better relationships with familiar adults.
  4. Vulnerable children will be supported by a well-trained Learning mentor to ensure that they can effectively make progress with their learning.
  5. The 2 year curriculum overview will be broad and balanced, also built on knowledge and skills form National Curriculum and resourced effectively to maximise learning. 

Funding Breakdown

  1. £24,695
  2. £3,404
  3. £1760
  4. £24,989
  5. £3854

Review  July 2020

 


Pupil Premium

 

PE AND SPORT GRANT - 2019/2020 £18,620

2019/2020 Primary PE and Sport Premium is an initiative that aims to help increase and improve the PE and sporting opportunities for children.

Intent

  • Offer a wide PE Curriculum
  • Increased staff skill base
  • Offer Extra-Curricular activities and lunch time provision
  • To offer activities that appeal to all  ages and abilities of children
  • Participation and success in competitive school sports
  • To receive the Bronze Level Award with the schools games partnership
  • Partnership work on physical education with other schools and other local partners
  • Links with other subjects that contribute to pupils’ overall achievement and their greater spiritual, moral, social and cultural skills (SMSC)
  • Ensure that PE contributes to whole school improvement

Implementation

  • Employing a specialist Sports Coach to deliver part of the P.E. curriculum, alongside the class teacher, to all classes throughout the academic year. This provides children with the varied National Curriculum expectations as well as develops the subject knowledge and confidence in staff.  This will improve the attainment in PE and also sport participation as pupils now involved in more extra-curricular sporting events. Pupils engage in up to 2 hours of P.E. every week. Pupils are provided with variety of P.E. lessons and different disciplines which relate to the National Curriculum 2014.
  • Lessons that are planned which are modified and adapted for pupils with additional needs
  • Paying for the Subject Leader to attend appropriate training to develop PE and to then share the gained knowledge with staff during a staff meeting.
  • Photos on school website / Twitter feed show pupil engagement in P.E.
  • Pooling funding with local Catholic Primary Schools to employ a specialist PE teacher to work alongside teachers in lessons to further develop subject knowledge and aid transition to High School
  • Buying into Rochdale School Sports partnership to enable participation in inter school competitions.
  • To provide additional swimming lessons for KS2 pupils.
  • Participation within Middleton Primary School Sports Association

Funding £18,620   Breakdown:- 

School Sports Coach - £18,000

Cardinal Langley - £2000

Sports Partnership - £700

Swimming - £2700

Middleton Primary School Sports Association - £50

Impact

  • Standards raised in teaching and learning of PE through working with Sports coach.   More confident and competent staff.
  • Enhanced, inclusive, more exciting curriculum provision.
  • To aid a smooth transition to Cardinal Langley
  • Positive attitudes to health and well-being.
  • Significant number of KS2 children involved in Football, Netball, Dodgeball, Cross Country, Cricket, Rounder's, Volley ball and Dodgeball via the Rochdale School Sports Partnership and Middleton Primary School Sports Association.
  • Membership in Middleton Schools Sports for access to competitive sports/competitions
  • Established swimming programme in place for Y4 children during the Autumn Term 
  • Broad range of Sports offered to all children in games encourages children to seek new sporting activities outside school
  • Increased success in competitions – school was second overall on the list of achievements in the MPSSA league 2018/2019
  • Train Lunch Time Playground Pals to provide extra sports activities at lunch time.
  • Improved positive attitudes to health and wellbeing.
  • Enhanced citizenship skills in today’s society as a result of competitive competitions e.g. teambuilding, fairness, ability to succeed/lose.
  • Pupil concentration, commitment, self-esteem and behaviour enhanced.
  • Positive behaviour and a sense of fair play enhanced.
  • Tournaments for academic year 2019/2020 were halted  due to Covid-19

 

Review:

July 2020

 

PE & Sport Funding