Amount/on whatImpact
£27,000 on resources and training in synthetic phonics in FS / KS1 and LKS2.75 % of all pupils reached the GLD (APS 40.0) by the end of YR and 79% of disadvantaged pupils with an APS of 41.0.
There was an increase from 2016-17 in the proportion of pupils passing the Y1 phonics check 87% and 77% of disadvantaged pupils reaching the expected standard in reading at the end of KS1.
£25,000 on resources and training in mathematics mastery (a highly structured mathematics scheme of work influenced by best practice from Singapore).The proportion of disadvantaged pupils that reached the expected standard in mathematics at both the end of KS1 and KS2 increased from 2016-17, 86% and 97% respectively compared to other pupils nationally.
£20,000 to enable all pupils to participate in educational visits / visitors, regardless of family incomes (the visits / visitors constitute a key stimulus for writing, reading and speaking and listening).The proportion of disadvantaged pupils 81%, that reached the expected standard in reading at KS2 increased from 2016-17.
£13,000 to enable all pupils in Y4, Y5 and Y6 to attend their residential educational visit, regardless of family incomes (the residential visit constitutes a key stimulus for writing, speaking and listening).All pupils attended the Y6 and Y5 residential with 90% of pupils attending the Y4 residential. The proportion of disadvantaged pupils who achieved the reading and writing expected and greater depth standard at the end of KS2 improved from 2016-17 and is above the most recent national average.
£19,495 to fund Saturday morning lessons in the spring and summer term for Y6 pupils.The proportion of disadvantaged pupils who achieved the reading and writing expected and greater depth standard at the end of KS2 improved from 2016-17 and is above the most recent national average.
£24,000 to fund a learning mentor to work with vulnerable pupils to increase their resilience and participation.Caseload of 20 pupils across the year, of which 4 pupils were in Y6. 75% of the Y6 pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics combined.
£24,000 to increase parent/carer involvement through the work of the home school support worker, an attendance adviser and other staff members.Parental engagement in both the winter and summer fair was high. Parent view responses have also increased this year with 327 parents participating. Parent view currently shows that 98% of parents would recommend the school to another parent.
Last updated September 5, 2019