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Pupil Premium Information

Pupil Premium Information

Laindon Park Primary School & Nursery

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 20-21

 

1. Summary information

Academic Year

2020/21

Total PP budget

£63,215

Date of most recent PP Review

July 20

Total number of pupils

165(exc Nursery)

Number of pupils eligible for PP

47 (exc Nursery

Date for next internal review of this strategy

July 21

 

2. Current attainment (Results 2020)   No Published Data due to COVID-19

 

3. Results 2019

 

LP

All pupils

%

National

All pupils

%

LP

PP

%

LP Non

PP

%

Reading

Expected

87

73

75

91

 

Greater Depth

40

27

25

46

Writing

Expected

93

78

75

73

 

Greater Depth

20

20

0

27

Maths

Expected

93

79

75

100

 

Greater Depth

53

27

50

55

GPS

Expected

93

78

75

100

 

Greater Depth

73

34

50

82

Combined

Expected

87

65

75

91

 

Greater Depth

20

10

0

27

  

4. Barriers to future attainment (for pupils eligible for PP, including high ability)

Action and Planned expenditure

Success Criteria

Enforced school shutdown due to COVID-19 Pandemic

Support the engagement of homework and remote learning for all families for the entire year, but also in the event of unplanned school closure.

PP children will engage fully with online learning.  All PP children will have access to the needed devices and internet access.  Families will be directly supported to be confident to access platforms.

 

Parents and carers are occasionally unaware of national and local services that could support the family in terms of finance support, emotional support and other possible areas.

SENCO to liaise with families to publicise these services and support engagement.

Pupils entering with low skill set in EYFS – particularly nursery

Support EYFS children to engage with online learning in the event of school closure.  Develop online teaching and resources to be appropriate for this age range.

 

Engagement with online learning for EYFS pupils will be in line with other year groups

 

Development of language skills is strong and in line with national expectations and rate of GLD attainment

20% of pupils to be exceeding GLD at the end of EYFS

HA pupils need challenge to increase greater depth percentage

HA PPG pupils to ensure they remain at greater depth for all year groups.

Pupils will be consistently GD through all year groups.

 

Aspirational target of 30% GD Combined. This will be applied through all year groups so that there is a legacy being built within the school. PPG pupils will match non-PPG for achievement.

Attendance – particularly from high profile persistent absences – partly due to self-isolating and COVID related issues/ concerns

To support families to develop a strong and trusting relationship with the school to support good attendance and close the attainment gap between Pupil Premium and non Pupil Premium children.

 

Attendance Officer will support families with poor attendance and liaise with a range of external agencies to aid this.


Pupil Premium 19-20