Pupil Premium 2022 - 2023
Pupil Premium Strategy Statement
Pupil Premium pupils may face barriers to learning . It is vitally important that all teachers know who is a pupil premium child, track their progress carefully and identify barriers to learning. These may relate to inward and outward mobility, home circumstances, early development , access to resources.
Barrier to Learning - returning to school after extended lockdown, emotional wellbeing concerns linked to attachment, illness in family .
- 2021 as there were no end of Key Stage tests all assessments were teacher assessment based
- School was open Sept 20 - Dec 20 and was then closed due to lockdown from Jan 5th - March 8th 2021 to all children except keyworker and vulnerable pupils
- Learning Mentor involvement has significantly reduced behaviour escalating to a level of 'cause for concern'. Parents trust LM and have developed excellent relationships.
- Pupil tracking demonstrates that most pupils receiving intervention make expected progress.
- Some PP children had emotional difficulties with returning to school both in the Autumn term and from March 8th.
- The younger children were more effected by the time out of school and also found it more difficult to engage with remote learning.
- 2020 as there were no end of Key Stage tests all assessments were teacher based and from end of Spring term as school was only open for keyworker children from March 20th.