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Pupil Premium

Funding 2018-2019

funding 2018-2019

We believe that all children have the right to the very best education. Our core values of Respect, Responsibility, Creativity, Determination, Courage, Compassion and Ambition underpin everything we do. When deciding how to spend the Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) it is important that we understand the potential barriers to learning faced by Pupil Premium pupils in the context of our school.

Our growth mindset and creative learning cultures ensure that we have the highest expectations of our pupils and that we continually strive to ensure that no pupil is left behind.

Our objective, in using the Pupil Premium Grant, is to diminish the difference in attainment and achievement between those entitled to Pupil Premium and those who are not. Pupils at Hylands achieve and attain well, however there is still a pattern of Pupil Premium pupils needing to improve their achievements.

The table below states how we, as a school, plan to help our Pupil Premium children diminish the difference.

Requirement Action
Hylands Primary School’s Pupil Premium Grant allocation. Total Allocation:  £146 820
The barriers to educational achievement for Pupil Premium children. The reasons for underachievement are complex and varied. They include: less support at home; social and emotional difficulties due to complex family situations; difficulties attending or being punctual to school; family economic challenges. 
Each child entitled to Pupil Premium is unique in their situation and our response to their needs reflects this.
Proposed spending of Pupil Premium to overcome barriers.  

Our funding priorities for 2018-19 fall into five key areas:

  1. Physiological: Social and emotional support
  2. Safety: Safety and security
  3. Love and belonging: Parents and families
  4. Esteem: Enrichment within and beyond the curriculum
  5. Self-actualisation: Learning and the curriculum
Planned provisions

1. Physiological: Social and emotional support
Counselling services
Intervention group
School support workers

2. Safety: Safety and security
Training for staff
Safeguarding support

3. Love and belonging: Parents and families
Family days in school
Improving attendance and punctuality
Breakfast and After School Clubs
Home School Support Workers
Structured conversations between teachers and families

4. Esteem: Enrichment within and beyond the curriculum
Enriched curriculum opportunities
Breakfast and After School Clubs
Wide variety of clubs

5. Self-actualisation: Learning and the curriculum
Teacher and TA-led interventions
1:1 and small group tutoring
Home learning texts
Digital learning platforms

Measuring the effect of Pupil Premium
  • A high profile is given to supporting Pupil Premium pupils.
  • All staff are accountable for the progress of Pupil Premium children.
  • The progress and attainment of all pupils at Hylands is tracked and action plans developed.
  • Educational research is scrutinised to help decide the best spending opportunities to help gains for our pupils.
Date of the next review of the school’s Pupil Premium strategy July 2020

 

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