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Total PPG budget £41,000
Number of PPG pupils 32 (1 LAC)


 What are the main barriers to future attainment (for those pupils eligible for all PPG children) at Doddinghurst Junior School?

  • Consistent first quality teaching.
  • Attitudes to learning
  • Previous slow progress
  • organisational skills
  • Attendance
  • Family engagement in Education
  • lack of opportunities for trips and clubs.

What are our key strategies to close the gap (attainment and progress) of PPG children at Doddinghurst Junior School?

  • Consistent quality first teaching.
  • Intervention teacher.
  • Tuition.
  • Mathletics
  • Reading resources.
  • PPG mentor
  • Enrichment activities.


Principles for using the Pupil Premium Grant at Doddinghurst Junior School.

  1. All members of staff accept responsibility for the social, emotional and academic needs of all pupils and are committed to ‘closing the gap’ for vulnerable groups of pupils.
  2. Doddinghurst CofE Junior School aims to offer a package of support to PPG children that reduces barriers to achievement, well-being, attendance and behaviour.
  3. Teachers and Senior Leaders are committed to bring out the best of this vulnerable group of pupils and seeing them thrive in their learning and well-being.
  4. Teachers and Senior leaders to monitor this group of pupils and to be ambitious in the school’s aims of ‘closing the gap’ for these pupils.
  5. The School uses tracking systems which rigorously monitor all groups of pupils to identify groups or individuals that are underachieving and identify strategies for improvement.

As a leadership, we regularly evaluate our PPG provision to ensure that funds are used appropriate and to accelerate progress of these children.

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