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Pupil Premium

Our Pupil Premium Champion is

Jenny Malloch

 

Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

How we support our learners:

At St Leonard's CofE Primary School we are dedicated to improving the life chances of all our children and providing opportunities for everyone to excel. We thoroughly investigate the barriers to learning for individuals and groups of children which may hinder their progress and use the Pupil premium funding to address these. Below is our detailed Pupil Premium Strategy for the current academic year, which provides details of current barriers and actions being taken to ensure these don't hinder progress.


Although the main aim of the pupil premium is to raise attainment, it can be spent on:

  • non-academic outcomes, such as improving pupils’ mental health

  • non-academic improvements, such as better attendance

  • activities that will also benefit non-eligible pupils

 

A summary of our actions for 2020 - 2023: (full detail in LEO PPG 3 Year Strategy, 2020-23 link below)

 

Funding for 2020: £81,765

Priority Success Criteria

Improve progress in phonics, vocabulary acquisition and early reading for disadvantaged children.

PP children in all year groups make rapid progress by the end of KS2 so that all pupils who are eligible for PP meet age related expectations.

At the end of EYFS all PP children will be working at the expected level unless a SEND need is identified.

Improve the progress of disadvantaged pupils in writing

Close the “progress gap” between PP and other pupils in KS2 writing.

Gaps between PP and other pupils in the school are narrower and a greater number of PP pupils are achieving the greater depth standard in writing at the end of KS2.

Improve the attainment of disadvantaged pupils in maths

Close the “progress gap” between PP and other pupils in KS2 maths.

Gaps between PP and other pupils in the school are narrower and a greater number of PP pupils are achieving the greater depth standard in maths at the end of KS2.

Support those children with multiple disadvantages to make progress

Highly inclusive provision which enables PP pupils with SEND and/or EAL to flourish. Prompt identification and targeted intervention lead to improved outcomes.

Raise aspirations, engagement and attendance of disadvantaged pupils, especially for families receiving Early Help

Improved parental engagement of PP parents. Parents are better able to support their children in home learning.

Increased self-efficacy of PP Pupils and their parents. Families in need have the right level of support.

Improved attendance of PP children.

 

Our current Pupil Premium Strategy:

What does it mean to be Pupil Premium?

Click on the link below to be taken to a page on our website dedicated to this.

School Motto

Be The Best You Can Be

Mission Statement

'And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds,'Hebrews 10:24

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