2018-19 review of pupil premium grant at Cracoe & Rylstone
At Cracoe and Rylstone Primary School, we were allocated £3,960 for the academic year, 2018 – 2019.
We use this amount of funding to support the needs of the current eligible children; due to small numbers, summary of barriers to educational achievement can be reported face to face by the EHT’s and/or Base Leader.
This funding was allocated in the following ways with the primary aim of ensuring that the pupil made good progress and were offered equality of opportunity in all aspects of their learning:
- Provide small group and one to one sessions to run for a minimum of one term to meet the specific needs of identified pupils. (£1, 000)
- Purchase of resources to support the learning and progress of the pupils’ individual needs. (£1,000)
- Subsidised school trips and enrichment activities.
IMPACT of pupil premium spending for 2018 – 2019
- Small group work, individual 1:1 support by Teaching Assistants impacted on the outcomes for children; achieving end of year expectations and making good progress in the vast majority of areas.
- Same day intervention addressed misconceptions, impacting on outcomes and helping to increase the confidence of children in their own learning.
- Additional support given for fine motor control and speed/stamina for writing.
- Guided reading groups (weekly sessions) have enabled children to access more challenging texts, not only in language but also in their structure. Children working towards greater depth.
- Equipment purchased has been used to reinforce abstract concepts to aid mathematical development
- Social and emotional and confidence boosting, has significantly increased for these children
- Children included in all school enrichment opportunities and educational visits