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Pupil Premium Grant 2016/17

Pupil Premium Grant 2017/18

 

Total Number of pupils on roll: 151

Total number of pupils who receive Pupil Premium: 9

Total amount of Pupil Premium Grant to be received: £14,780

 

Nature of support provided:

  • Every classroom is supported by a part-time Learning Support Assistant with a strong focus on providing additional support for disadvantaged pupils across the curriculum. This helps us to narrow the attainment gap.

  • Intervention groups are run by learning support staff to further support vulnerable learners in acquiring key literacy and numeracy skills.

  • Provision of HLTAs to facilitate smaller pupil groups in Maths.

  • Provision of additional 1:1 tuition for children identified as requiring intervention to boost progress, attainment and confidence.

  • Provision of 1:1 Key workers.

 

The impact of pupil premium grant spending is measured through pupil progress and attainment data.

 

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Pupil Premium Grant 2016/17

Total number of pupils on roll: 155

Total number of pupils who were funded via the Pupil Premium: 11

Total Amount of Pupil Premium Grant received:  £17,420

Nature of support provided:

  • Every classroom is supported by a part-time Learning Support Assistant with a strong focus on providing additional support for disadvantaged pupils across the curriculum. This helps us to narrow the attainment gap.
  • Intervention groups are run by learning support staff to further support vulnerable learners in acquiring key literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Provision of HLTAs to facilitate smaller pupil groups in Maths.
  • Provision of additional 1:1 tuition for children identified as requiring intervention to boost progress, attainment and confidence.
  • Provision of 1:1 Key Workers

The impact of pupil premium grant spending is measured through pupil progress and attainment data.  

Pupil Premium Grant 2015/16

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Pupil Premium Grant 2015/16

Nature of support provided:

  • Every classroom is supported by a part-time Learning Support Assistant with a strong focus on providing additional support for disadvantaged pupils across the curriculum. This helps us to narrow the attainment gap.
  • Intervention groups are run by learning support staff to further support vulnerable learners in acquiring key literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Provision of HLTAs to facilitate smaller pupil groups in Maths.
  • Provision of additional 1:1 tuition for children identified as requiring intervention to boost progress, attainment and confidence.
  • Provision of 1:1 Key Workers

The impact of pupil premium grant spending is measured through pupil progress and attainment data. 

Summer 2016 Key Stage 2 SATs results:

Average Scaled Score ‘Attainment Gap’ between Disadvantaged Pupils and Non-Disadvantaged Pupils

Test

Essex

Cold Norton Primary

Reading

4.1

1.2

GP&S

3.6

3.8

Maths

3.6

1.3

Source: Essex County Council