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Widnes Academy West Bank – Pupil Premium funding
Pupil
Premium
used for:
Amount
allocated to the
intervention /
action
(£)
Is this a new or
continued
activity/cost
centre?
Brief summary
of the
intervention or
action, including
details of year
groups and
pupils involved,
and the
timescale
Specific
intended
outcomes: how
will this
intervention or
action improve
achievement for
pupils eligible
for the Pupil
Premium? What
will it achieve if
successful?
How will this
activity be
monitored,
when and by
whom? How will
success be
evidenced?
Actual impact:
What did the
action or
activity actually
achieve? Be
specific: ‘As a
result of this
action…’
If you plan to
repeat this
activity, what
would you
change to
improve it next
time?
Learning
Mentor
£15,000
New
Allocated TA to
work with and
support
vulnerable
pupils
To allow
identified
children to be
ready to learn
within the class
by having the
opportunity to
discuss any
issues
LM available at
start of the day
Case Studies
on identified
children
Case Study
showed impact
of support for
family – all 3
children in
family making
expected
progress
£295
Training for LM
to deliver
targeted
sessions of
support
Feedback and
reports from
teachers
Improved
Residential
visits and trips
Non-contact
time for Key
Stage Leaders
to work with
identified
groups
£5,000
£7,000
Continued
New
An opportunity
for the children
to experience
an overnight
stay in a
different
environment.
A range of
team building
and challenging
physical
activities
An opportunity
for the children
to experience a
wide range of
visits
Release time
for Phase
leaders to hold
1-1
conversations
with identified
pupils about
their learning
and next steps
Improved
social skills and
attitude to
learning
Lessons
observations
Learning walks
Develop
independence
and
To provide a
context for
writing
To work with
children to
move their
learning on to
the next step
behaviour
outcomes
already
validated –
Ofsted
2013/HMI 2014
Developing
maturity and
confidence
impacting upon
children’s
behaviour in
class
Learning
behaviours
improved lesson
observations
Book scrutiny
Case studies
Assessment
data
Supporting
Early Years
vulnerable
pupils
Forest Schools
experience
£2,000
Teaching
£16,000
Assistant
support in class
TA intervention
groups
New
Children to
experience new
environment
Forest school
philosophy
New
TA support to
allow teachers
to work with
small groups of
PP children
TAs to work on
structured
programmes to
accelerate
learning
To engage
children in their
learning by
taking it
outside the
classroom –
following the
Forest Schools
experience
Accelerated
progress within
key areas of
Literacy and
Numeracy
Activity to be
commenced
Autumn 2
Planned
programmes of
work
Evidence of
progress via in
school tracking
Gaps between
identified
groups is
narrowing
Evidence of
progress for
children in
target groups
End of KS2
data shows %
children
making
expected
progress is in
line with non-
Staff training –
Literacy,
Numeracy,
Behaviour
support
£3,000
Continued
Talk on the
Wild side
£1,200
New
Purchase of
reading books
£3,000
New
Introduction of
P4C
programme
£2500
New
Restructure of
classes at KS2
Additional
teacher to
allow single
age classes
£11,700
Continuing
Maths, problem
solving
To encourage
and develop
reading –
specifically for
boys
Resources and
training of
teacher to plan
and deliver
sessions
Release time
for teacher
Classes split to
allow focus on
smaller groups
Teachers
expertise
increased
leading to
more
personalized
learning
Raising of
aspirations for
all pupils
Raising levels
of reading
Data analysis
Monitoring
cycle by SLT
No impact yet
– planned for
Nov 2014
Impact yet to
be assessed
Self esteem
and attitudes
to learning
improved
Improved
standards
PP
Ongoing –
Planned for
Spring 2015
Data analysis
Improved
standards at
KS2
Gap between
PP children
narrowing
considerably
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