Pupil Premium Allocation 2017-18

 

Foreland Fields School received £76,505 funding for 2017/18.

 

Breakdown of expenditure 2017-18:

Intervention

Rationale / Intended Outcomes

Cost

Additional Teacher Support (% of wage)

1:1 small group/teacher support. Communication intervention.

£10,408.83

Hydrotherapy Support

Health benefits. Improved social participation. Improvements with balance, toleration of touch, initiation and maintenance of eye contact.

£1,053.31

Teacher support for Pupil Premium Pupils with EAL

(% of wage)

1:1/small group intervention.

£5,204.42

Counselling

Improved emotional wellbeing of pupils through access to trained counsellor. Increased engagement in learning.

£120

Forest School

Outdoor learning experience. Greater respect for nature. Increase in children’s self-belief, confidence, learning capacity, enthusiasm, communication and problem solving skills. Improved emotional wellbeing.

£7,632

Higher Level Teaching Assistant Intervention

(% of wage)

1:1/small group support. Literacy/numeracy focussed support. Lego therapy. 

£18,086.72

Family Liaison Officer (% of wage)

Additional support for parents and pupils/students. Increased engagement with the school. Improved attendance.

7,174.33

Teaching Support Assistant

1:1/small group intervention. Small group/area focussed intervention.

£16,315

Music Therapy

Group/individual music based activities. Facilitate socialisation and improve music skills.

Improvements in social interaction, e.g. turn-taking / listening and responding to another person.

Improvements in reading and mathematical achievement.

£1,560

Translator services

Increased parental participation in reviews/meetings

£754.50

Play enrichment

Play leaders across the school. Increased enrichment opportunities. Resources to encourage participation, engagement, joint attention, communication and appropriate behaviour.

£7,930.57

Horse riding

Development of balance and coordination. Exercise and strengthen seldom used or tense muscles. Promotion of sense of wellbeing and increased confidence.

£648.67

 

 

£76,505

£76,888.35

Overspend £383.35

 

Impact/Outcomes of 2017/18 Pupil Premium Grant

Level and progress comparisons were made between pupils/students in receipt of the funding against those not in receipt (rest of the school).

Comparisons carried out in English and Mathematics.

See ‘Pupil Premium Comparisons 2017-18’ file (below) for full details.

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