Pupil Premium

Allocation of Pupil Premium for 2020-2021 £87,870

Pupil Premium Grant

A breakdown of the identified activities which are funded through the Pupil Premium funding grant can be seen, along with the impact of these, in the documents attached. The impact is measured in a range of approaches but where appropriate this is a progress measure of points identified through our online tracking system. 

 

Our post COVID19 plans will build on the successes of our work in 2019/20 and focus on a tiered approach to Pupil Premium spending Teaching, Targeted Support and Wider Strategies to make maximum impact for all eligible learners in our school.

Identifying Barriers

The main barriers identified by the school of eligible pupils is the consolidating of basic skills within reading, writing and maths to be able to use and apply these in a wider context. As well the importance of accessing to a range of opportunities to develop, engage and inspire them as learners. The development of confidence and self esteem as well as independence and responsibility for their own learning, heath and wellbeing is a key driver for our work.

Intervention

As a school we have identified groups of children, which include those in receipt of pupil premium, who would benefit from additional academic support specifically in reading, writing and maths. But also those children who would benefit from additional opportunities to bring greater challenge. These groups are identified through pupil progress meetings each half term and the appropriate programme is identified. These may be through quality first teaching intervention, use of additional Teachers and Teaching Assistants who have been trained for the specific interventions led. These may include Read Write Inc and Maths Catch up,  as well as bespoke programmes of work.

Additional Opportunities

In addition we believe that the children also gain from a wide range of opportunities that prepare and inspire the children to be learners as well as take responsibility for their own wellbeing. As such a range of programmes have are supported through this grant including an annual programme of a range of experiences, including residential events and a variety of educational visits throughout the year. In addition, the work of our two learning mentors, is funded through the grant. Through these roles support for our more vulnerable children is given and has proved to have a significant impact in helping them to improve self esteem and confidence and become positive learners. 

 

If you think your child may be eligible for Free School Meals please follow the link to look at the criteria and apply online.

https://www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/residents/education-and-learning/school-meals.aspx

 

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Contact the School

Whitby Heath Primary School

Wyedale,
Whitby,
Ellesmere Port,
Cheshire.
CH65 6RJ

Main Contact: Mrs. R. Jewitt (Head Teacher)

Tel: 0151 355 1781
admin@whitbyheath.cheshire.sch.uk

SEN Contact: Miss. C. Monins