Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2021-22
Pupil Premium - are you eligible?
Pupil Premium letter to parents
Pupil Premium Data 2019-2020
EYPP Summary 2020-2021
In the 2020 – 2021 cohort there were 6 children entitled to PP. On entry, their baseline data showed that 25% of the children were achieving age related expectation in Communication and Language, 65% in Physical development and 50% in Personal, Social and Emotional Development. This increased in all areas by the end of the academic year to 40%, 78% and 65% respectively. The children made good progress in all areas of the curriculum.
Unfortunately, due to Covid, there were periods where the children’s’ parents chose to keep them at home, in spite of nurseries remaining open. Staff continued to work closely with the families, providing support and resources for the children to access from home. We put together packs of materials to support learning at home, and these were sent out to families.
Although trips and outings were not possible during the year due to restrictions, the children continued to be closely supported in school by Mrs Kershaw-Green. She planned and delivered enriching activities weekly, which focused on developing the children’s speaking and listening skills, and their social development.
We worked as closely as restrictions allowed with the schools children were transitioning too, and if visits were not possible, phone calls were made so that the transition would be as smooth as possible for the children.