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St Patrick's Rc Primary And Nursery School

"I come that they may have life and have it to the full"

Lee Street, Oldham, Lancashire, OL8 1EF

info@st-patricks.oldham.sch.uk

01616330527

  1. SCHOOL
  2. Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Report  2017-18     Amount £99,000                         Number of children eligible for Pupil Premium 75

Barriers

Approach

Evidence/Rationale

Many Parents of PP children are unsure of the expectations of the curriculum

Deliver Parent workshops explaining how to help children progress towards and beyond the expectations.

Toy library, book library,

Replenish materials for toy library and create book library   £600

Resource packs for parents and Delivery of workshops

N 2 X 1 hour sessions

Teacher X2 hours = 78.85

R 4 X 1 hour sessions = 157.70

Resource packs £700

Workshops in English and Maths will help parents to understand what we are doing in school in order to support their children. It will strengthen the links between school and home and will give continuity to the children’s experience.

Many of our PP children do not seem ‘ready for school’

1 The Nursery staff will run ‘Play and Stay’ sessions for one afternoon per week for half a term in the summer before children begin Nursery.

1 teacher and 2 TAs for half a term one afternoon a week. £420 +518 approximately £1000

 

2 Play group aimed at 2 year olds run by PSW one afternoon per week.

costs of resources/snacks £500

Overall, the evidence suggests that Early Years Pre-school intervention is beneficial.

Many of our PP children do not seem ‘ready for school’ (continued)

We employ an additional member of staff to work with our children in Nursery and another in Reception to support children’s language development and increase their readiness for school 1 X Grade 3 X15 hours X39 weeks and 1X Grade 2 X15 hours X39 weeks The staff deliver language support programmes Blast 1 and 2 delivered to N and Reception children daily, phonics sessions and other interventions.

Overall, the evidence suggests that early years Pre-school intervention is beneficial.

Some of our PP families seek support with routines at home and behaviour management.

A small number of children find it difficult to settle in school due to issues with routines and inconsistent behaviour management at home.

Cost of adult to liaise with parents and complete Early Help Referrals.

1 afternoon per week over the year £2500

 

Research identifies the importance of routines for children seehttps://www.healthychildren.org

 

 

Cost of Nursery teacher 1 afternoon per week for a year

A number of parents of children who are entitled to PP are new arrivals and may not know who to go to or how to receive the help they are entitled to.

 

 

Parents may not recognise or be able to fulfil their role in helping their children due to other pressures

Parents offered support from our P.S.W. Parents offered free courses   with P.S.W.

 

Therefore parent networks built up so parents receive the help/support they are entitled to.

 

Cost of PSW £12.000

Cost of interpreters £3000

When parents are struggling to provide for the basic needs of their children it is difficult for them to focus on the development of belonging, esteem and self -actualisation. (Maslow)

 

There has been lots of research to explain that the development of a second language is connected to the development of a first language and how parents help educate their children.

Many of our PP children are making slow progress.

We have identified that some of our children have memory retention problems.

77.30 X39 weeks a year £3015 + TA5 X4 hours X39 weeks =£3162.33

Other PP interventions

Year 1 TA5 X4 hours X39 weeks =£3162.33

Year 2 TA5 X4 hours X39 =£3162.33

Year 3 TA3 X4 hours X39 weeks=£2454.03

Year 4 TA3 X4 hours X39 =£2454.03

Year 5 TA5 X4 hours X39 =£3162.33

Year 6 TA5 X4 hours X39 =£3162.33

Evidence on small group work suggests that overall, the pattern is that small group tuition is effective and, as a rule of thumb, the smaller the group the greater the impact.

 

We have recognised that some of our PP children struggle to complete   homework tasks.

Lunchtime clubs

Homework club Key stage 2

Reading club

Spelling club

Times tables club

Maths club

Homework club

Cost of TA to deliver programmes   6 hours X for 39 weeks a year   £34141.66

We feel that providing support in these areas will help accelerate children’s progress.

Social skills groups

 

Some of our PP children have difficulties in the area of social skills.

TA to deliver social skills programme to a number of groups of children

4 hours per week X39 weeks= £2254

 

Some of our children do not have access to a wide range of social experiences outside the classroom. These children often have difficulties developing friendships and working in groups.   If left this can result in isolation from peers.

Some of our PP children do not have access to extra-curricular social activities

Through discussions with parents and children we have found some of our children do not access many learning opportunities and activities outside school.

School pays for children’s school trips and for groups/activities outside school hours which would benefit the children eg Madhlo

Budget for trips social activities £3000

Some of our children do not have access to a wide range of learning opportunities and learning / outside the classroom. If left this can result in isolation from peers.

Many of our PP children do not have essential equipment and may need to access breakfast club.

Money allocated for the cost of books, uniforms,

crayons during lunch sessions

Book bags, uniform, resources, breakfast club 

Cost £2000

We recognise the need to feel part of   a community to have a sense of belonging. We also feel that children need access to writing and reading materials outside school hours. They also need to start the day with a good breakfast.

Many of our PP children have low aspirations.

We aim to increase children’s aspirations with a series of visitors and visits and a ‘can do’ attitude.

 

We recognise the need to create a ‘Can do’ attitude

A number of our PP children have complicated home lives which result in their needing someone to talk to.

Counselling costs for children in need Cost £ 4500

We have found that complicated home lives often impact negatively on our children’s behaviour. We have recognised the number of behaviour incidents for particular children are decreased if sufficient counselling/nurturing support is offered.

Some of our PP children need to be supported with a nurture group

 

 

nurture groups led by a retired teacher

Cost of teacher for one afternoon a week all year is

32.00X3X39 weeks a year £3744

We have found that complicated home lives often impact negatively on our children’s behaviour. We have recognised the number of behaviour incidents for particular children are decreased if sufficient counselling/nurturing support is offered.

We employ a PP manager to oversee programmes

The cost of a manager one day a week to manage programmes and analyse data £9995.20

 

Our PP children need support in reading

 

Inset training for all staff   and further reading training

 

Further books to help match children’s stages of reading development £4000

 

Lit co-or release time to organising flooding of classes for guided read.

 

Staff meeting with all staff

 

Lit Co-ordinator to look at impact by observing staff teach reading and analysis of data

½ day every two weeks to complete observations, give support etc

Our results are still below national average.

Forest schools

Teacher to be out of class half a day per week to deliver forest Friday mornings to Nursery and Reception. Additional forest activities are targeted at pupil premium children

Many of our children who are eligible for PP do not have access to a wide range of learning opportunities and learning experiences outside the classroom.

 

The Pupil Premium interventions are reviewed regularly. The impact of this report will be reviewed at the end of the academic year when we have access to all data.

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For more information about the Pupil Premium please visit

 

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/pupilsupport/premium