|£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