Leigh Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School

‘Live And Learn With Jesus’

Windermere Road, Leigh, Lancashire WN7 1UX

enquiries@admin.leighsacredheart.wigan.sch.uk

01942 674226

Sacred Heart, Leigh – Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2018/19

Total number of children at Sacred Heart, Leigh

314

Total number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium

72

Amount of Pupil Premium per child

£1,320

Post LAC (adoption) Pupil Premium x5

£2,300

Service Children Pupil Premium x3

£300

Total Pupil Premium

£103,480.00

 

Year 6 Current Attainment

 

All children

 

Pupil Premium children

Not Pupil Premium children

 

% achieving the expected level in reading

76%

77%

75%

% achieving the expected level in writing

73%

69%

75%

% achieving the expected level in mathematics

78%

69%

81%

% achieving the expected levels in reading/writing/mathematics combined

60%

46%

66%

 

Barriers to future attainment for children eligible for Pupil Premium

In- school barriers

  • Speech, language and communication skills which impact on phonics learning.
  • Special Educational Needs - developmental delays and autism.
  • Some children start school with very little English.

          External barriers

  • Attendance and support.
  • Low self esteem.

Project

Cost

Objective

HLTA support in Reception

£7,000.00

To allow targeted support of individual children in class in order to raise attainment.

HLTA interventions in KS1

£7,000.00

Support out of class learning in order to raise attainment for example Maths Recovery, Letters and Sound catch up, EAL support

HLTA interventions in KS2 Year 3&4

£9,489.00

Support out of class learning in order to raise attainment for example Maths Recovery, Sounds Write, EAL support

HLTA interventions in KS2 Year 5&6

£8,980.00

Support out of class learning in order to raise attainment for example Maths Recovery, SAT’s preparation, EAL support

Additional teacher support in KS2

£31,891.00

To allow small group work teaching in order to raise the attainment of various group of KS2 Pupil Premium children.

Learning Mentor nurture and intervention support and transition work

£11,322.00

To provide small group or individual support for children with social, emotional and behavioural needs. To provide a nurture setting for a small group of children and to assist with the transition of children from one key stage to another.

Residential Trip

£4,021.00

Self-esteem, team building

Counselling support

£3,000.00

To provide a counselling service for Pupil Premium children that require it so as to remove barriers in their learning.

Costs of Breakfast Club

£11,900.00

To ensure children have a healthy breakfast at the start of the school day and are ready to learn. To support children in their homework activities too.

School trips, music lessons, after school clubs

£8,500.00

To ensure all children are able to access a wide range of opportunities – the Pupil Premium children have been specifically asked what type of clubs they would like to attend and arrangements have been made.

Summer School

£11,087.00

To ensure the children practise English, mathematics and social skills during the summer holiday and have fun working together.

 

Intended outcomes of the money spent on Pupil Premium children. These will be reviewed termly at the Pupil Progress Meetings –  14th November, 27th March, 3rd July.

HLTA support in Reception

  • Improved outcomes for the children in reading, writing and maths.
  • To improve outcomes in identified areas so to ensure that the children make at least 5 steps progress.
  • Consolidation of learning.
  • Catch up sessions where a gap in the child’s knowledge is identified.

 

HLTA interventions in KS1

  • Improved outcomes for the children in reading, writing and maths.
  • Increased confidence in phonics to enable children to meet the standard.
  • Increased confidence working towards meeting the standard at the end of KS1.
  • Consolidation of learning.
  • Catch up sessions where a gap in the child’s knowledge is identified.

         Additional teacher support in KS2

  • Improved outcomes for the children in reading, writing and maths.
  • Increased confidence in working to meet the Age Related Expectation.
  • To increase confidence in test technique in preparation for Key Stage Two SATS.
  • Specific learning activities to ‘catch’ up the children.
  • Activities to extend specific children and further develop their learning.

 

 

 

Learning Mentor nurture and intervention support and transition work

  • Specific group work or 1 to 1 sessions to further develop the children’s emotional intelligence.
  • Group interventions to improve self-esteem and social skills.
  • 1 to 1 sessions to discuss any barriers the child may have to their learning.

         Counselling support

  • 1 to 1 sessions with a trained counsellor from Wigan Family Welfare in order to remove any barriers the child may have to learning.

       Costs of Breakfast Club

  • Children have a healthy breakfast ready to start the day and learn well. The children are also given an opportunity to read or complete homework tasks with an adult.
  • Children given the opportunity to take part in a sporting activity they have requested an interest in provided by Premier Sports.

         School trips (including residential trips), music lessons, after school clubs

  • Children are able to take part in a broad and balanced curriculum.
  • Raised self-esteem and confidence of the children.

 

Summer School

  • Fun learning in a relaxed environment.
  • Improved outcomes for the children in reading, writing and maths.
  • Children improve their self-esteem and social skills working with children from different year groups.