This year we have 17 children in receipt of pupil premium.
Baseline shows the main barrier for learning is Number and literacy. In order to support this we have decided to buy into an approach called Launchpad to literacy. This will support us to develop early literacy and phonic awareness for our children. We have also decided to use the money to pay for a part time member of staff to support our children in gaining not only numeracy skills but also to support the prime areas of learnig.
We will be receiving £3000 to support our 10 children in receipt of EYPP.
Baseline shows the main barrier for learning is Mathematics.
The money will be used to make and buy resources to support counting, matching numerals to quantities and recognising 2D and 3D shapes. Interventions have already been implemented to ensure that these children make at least good progress and often outstanding in Numbers and Shape, Space and Measure.
By the end of the year all children in receipt of EYPP had made well above average progress and 22% had exceeded age related expectations.
We will be receiving £3,900 this year. This money is being spent on an additional part time member of staff to work specifically with our children.
Baseline shows that the main barriers for learning this year are managing feelings and behaviour and Mathematics. We are therefore commencing nurture work with our children along with a whole school approach on Mathematics with interventions for groups of children.
End of year data showed that these children made above average progress in both areas of learning.
At baseline 2016 we could see that Communication and Language was a barrier to our EYPP children’s learning, in particular speaking. This in turn was having a significant impact on Literacy. In both areas of learning 100% of our EYPP children were working below age related expectations.
We received £6000 Early Years Pupil Premium.
To support the children we employed 2 members of staff on a part time basis to work on speech and language programmes. We also bought some games which were used during the intervention sessions.
The impact of this saw 64.9% of our EYPP children at or above age related expectation by the summer term in the Communication and Language area of learning and 76.7% at or above in Literacy.