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Pupil Premium

Pupil premium strategy statement – Sept 2020 - 2021

School overview

Metric

Data

 School name

Henry Tyndale School.

Pupils in school

155

Proportion of disadvantaged pupils

47

Pupil premium allocation this academic year

£45,000

Academic year or years covered by statement

Sept 2020 - 2021

Publish date

Sept 2020

Review date

Sept 2021

Statement authorised by

Mehal Shah

Pupil premium lead

Tina Maskell

Governor lead

Richard Elliott

 

Disadvantaged pupil barriers to success

Communication Skills – Ensure that all pupils make excellent progress with their communication skills.  Covid 19 recovery target set if needed

Readiness to learn – Ensure that all pupils are ready to learn.  Covid 19 recovery target if needed

Cognition and learning – Ensure that all pupils make excellent progress in English and Maths.  Covid 19 recovery target set if needed

PSHE – Ensure that all pupils make excellent progress in PSHE. Covid 19 recovery target set if needed

 

Strategy aims for disadvantaged pupils

Aim

Evidence of impact

Target date

All students on pupil premium make expected or above expected progress in English and Maths

Use of Earwig assessment system to monitor progress.

July 2021

All students on pupil premium that are on the pathway where phonics is taught to make expected or above expected progress

Phonics assessment system to monitor progress alongside Earwig assessment system

July 2021

All students on pupil premium to make expected or above expected progress with their communication skills

Use of earwig assessment system alongside assessment systems specific to their communication needs e.g. PECs

July 2021

All students on pupil premium to be supported to be ready to learn according to their individual needs

Assessment systems specific to the intervention they need – IBMP, Sensory integration, ELSA, draw and talk, Yoga, Music therapy or Yoga

Introduction of Zones of regulation to support students to be ready to learn

July 2021

 

Aim

Evidence of impact

 Target date

Earwig assessment system embedded

Progress of all students on pupil premium monitored and tracked on Earwig with any gaps in progress being addressed

 July 2021

Students on pupil premium to develop positive relationships and friendships with their peers through additional resources at break times and collaborative projects in school

Students on pupil premium to make expected or above expected progress in PSHE skills

July 2021

 

Teaching priorities for current academic year

Measure

Activity

Priority 1

Communication interventions for all pupils on pupil premium with training provided for teachers and LSAs to improve their teaching skills

Priority 2

Phonics interventions for all pupils on pupil premium on the relevant pathways with  training provided for teachers and LSAs to improve their teaching skills

Priority 3

Self-regulation interventions for all pupils on pupil premium according to individual needs – IBMPs, sensory integration programmes, sensory circuits, Zones of regulation, yoga, head massage, music therapy, ELSA and draw and talk

Barriers to learning these priorities address

Communication skills, cognition and learning and readiness to learn

Projected spending

£32,000

 

Wider strategies for current academic year

Measure

Activity

Priority 1

The use of Earwig assessment system to monitor progress of pupils on pupil premium

Priority 2

Ensuring all students on pupil premium have access to a wide range of resources at break times

Priority 3

Engagement in a collaborative project – 6th Form Project with Fernhill School

Barriers to learning these priorities address

Communication, cognition and learning, readiness to learn and PSHE

Projected spending

£13,00

 

Monitoring and implementation

Area

Challenge

Mitigating action

Teaching

Ensuring enough time is given over to allow for staff professional development

Provide staff with training through inset days, teachers and class meetings and twilights

Provide time with additional cover arrangements if needed

Targeted support

Skills and time to implement  communication, phonics and self-regulation activities

 

Provide staff with training through inset days, teachers and class meetings and twilights

Provide time with additional cover arrangements if needed

Wider strategies

Skills and time to input data in the Earwig assessment system

Provide staff with training through inset days, teachers and class meetings and twilights

Provide time with additional cover arrangements if needed

 

Review: last year’s aims and outcomes

Aim

Outcome                    

All students on pupil premium make expected or above expected progress in English and Maths

Expected or above expected progress until Covid 19 lockdown.

All students on pupil premium that are on the pathway where phonics is taught to make expected or above expected progress

Expected or above expected progress until Covid 19 lockdown

All students on pupil premium to make expected or above expected progress with their communication skills

Expected or above expected progress until Covid 19 lockdown

All students on pupil premium to be supported to be ready to learn according to their individual needs

Expected or above expected progress until Covid 19 lockdown

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