Sir Robert Hitcham CEVA Primary School

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Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is part of the School’s budget that is specifically to provide funding for two government policies:

  •  raising the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities to reach their potential; and
  • supporting children and young people with parents in the regular armed forces.

The Pupil Premium is allocated to schools based on the number of eligible pupils. This includes children who have been eligible for Free School Meals at any time in the last six years, looked-after children and those who have been adopted. There is also an allocation for the children of families in the armed services. 

Pupil Premium 3-year Strategy Statement 2019-2022

School Overview

Metric Data
School name Sir Robert Hitcham CEVAP School
Pupils in school 175
Proportion of disadvantaged pupils 14%
Pupil premium allocation this academic year £29,500
Academic year or years covered by statement 2019 - 2022
Publish date 2019
Review date Autumn Term 2020/Autumn Term 2021
Statement authorised by Mrs Claire Gibson
Pupil Premium Lead Miss Laura Newark
Governor Lead Mrs Naomi Faulds

  Disadvantaged Pupil Progress Scores for Last Academic Year

Measure Score
Reading

(2018-2019) -2.0

No data for Summer 2020 due to Covid-19.
Writing

(2018-2019) -7.0

No data for Summer 2020 due to Covid-19.

Maths

(2018-2019) -2.0

No data for Summer 2020 due to Covid-19.

 Strategy Aims for Disadvantaged Pupils

Measure Activity
Priority 1 All staff able to deliver high-quality interventions which support attainment and progress in Reading, Writing and Mathematics.
Priority 2 Work with Angles Maths Hub to upskill and embed Mastery approach across all year groups
Barriers to learning these priorities address Ensuring pupils and staff have access to appropriate and well-resourced intervention schemes.
Projected spending £15,000

 Teaching Priorities for Current Academic Year

Aim Target Target Date
Progress in Reading Achieve at least national average progress scores in KS2 Reading (0) July 2022
Progress in Writing Achieve at least national average progress scores in KS2 Writing (0) July 2022
Progress in Mathematics Achieve at least national average progress scores in KS2 Mathematics (0) July 2022
Phonics Achieve at least national average expected standard in PSC July 2022
Other Improve attendance of disadvantaged pupils July 2022

Remember to focus support on disadvantaged pupils reaching the expected standard in phonics check at end of Year 1.

Targeted Academic Support for Current Academic Year

Measure Activity
Priority 1 All staff able to deliver high quality interventions which support attainment and progress in Reading, Writing and Mathematics.
Priority 2 Work with Angles Maths Hub to upskill and embed Mastery approach across all year groups.
Barriers to learning these priorities address Ensuring pupils and staff have access to appropriate and well-resourced intervention schemes.
Projected spending £15,000

 Wider Strategies for Current Academic Year

Measure Activity
Priority 1 Well-being provision available for all pupils to access to support their mental health.  This includes providing a full set of uniform for each pupil each year.
Priority 2 The new SRH curriculum appropriately resourced and all pupils able to access activities which enhance the curriculum (trips, visits, music tuition etc.)
Barriers to learning these priorities address Pupils to be mentally healthy as well as physically healthy so they are able to engage with their learning without feeling disadvantaged (due to ‘different’ uniform or lack of resources.)
Projected spending £36,000

 Monitoring and Implementation

Area Challenge Mitigating Action
Teaching Ensuring all pupils access quality first teaching and appropriate additional intervention when required. Regular monitoring of teaching practice, sharing of teaching successes during staff meetings and training from Sendco for interventions.
Targeted support Ensuring enough time is given for teachers and teaching assistants to deliver quality interventions to all who require it. Teaching assistants assigned to classes according to working hours and support required.
Wider strategies Ensuring all pupils have access to the whole curriculum. Pupil Premium Pupils supported with the cost of trips, uniform and music tuition.

 Review: Last Year's Aims and Outcomes

Aim Outcome
Progress in Reading Pupils did not sit the SATs in 2020.
Progress in Writing Pupils did not sit the SATs in 2020.
Progress in Mathematics Pupils did not sit the SATs in 2020.
Phonics Pupils did not sit the PSC in 2020.
Other (Attendance) Attendance was not compulsory for the majority of 2019-2020 academic year.