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

Due to government guidance on Covid 19, the 2019/20 KS2 SAT's didn't go ahead as planned.

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. 

Intended outcomes of the money spent on Pupil Premium children. These will be reviewed termly at the Pupil Progress Meetings –  

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.

       

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.