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Pupil Premium 2014/2015

Please click here to see a formal report on how our Pupil Premium allocation has been used and the impact that it has had. (September 2015)

2014/2015

Total Grant: £68,900

Provision:

Maths Support

  • One to one tuition to provide focused intervention.

  • Additional maths groups in years 5 and 6 to reduce teaching groups and therefore target children more effectively.

  • Monitoring of ‘in-class’ provision for all Pupil Premium children by Senior Leadership Team.

Reading and Writing Support

  • Fresh Start and Read, Write Inc. Interventions to accelerate progress in Literacy.

  • One to one specific literacy support to provide focused intervention.

    (We have invested heavily in ensuring that the success of our phonics programme is sustained by ensuring 100% of our staff (teachers and support staff) receive comprehensive training, and that RWI materials are updated).

  • Additional Literacy groups in years 5 and 6 to reduce teaching groups and therefore target children more effectively.

  • Monitoring of ‘in-class’ provision for all Pupil Premium children by Senior Leadership Team.

  • One to one specific literacy support to provide focused intervention.

  • Intervention groups to support children with specific learning needs to support reading and writing.

Pupil Well-being

  • Funding a school Learning Mentor to support targeted children and families.

  • Support for extra-curricular activities such as before and after-school clubs, residential trips and visits.

  • Providing places at breakfast club (Windmill Wide Awake Club) to ensure best possible start to the day.

  • We have sought external organisations and identified opportunities for children to have an enriched and enhanced experience of the curriculum. Investigate projects in mathematics, artistic and musical performances, sporting experiences are just a few of the curriculum enrichment areas we focused on this year.

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Windmill Primary School,
Windmill Lane,
Raunds,
Northants,
NN9 6LA

Tel:01933 623121

@TEFWindmill

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