PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT FUNDING 2020/21
|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
- 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.
- Reading resources.
- PPG mentor
- Enrichment activities.
Principles for using the Pupil Premium Grant at Doddinghurst Junior School.
- 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.
- Doddinghurst CofE Junior School aims to offer a package of support to PPG children that reduces barriers to achievement, well-being, attendance and behaviour.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.