Pupil Deprivation Grant

 

EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT GRANT 2017-18

SCHOOL

 

Brynteg C P School
School allocation of Education Improvement Grant

 

£59,562

 

EIG – Foundation Phase (notional) 51,417
EIG – Other (notional) 8,145
EIG – Total 59,562
 

School use of the Education Improvement Grant:

to work towards the Foundation Phase ratios 51,417
Standards

TAs working with individuals and groups delivering Catch Up to years 2 to 6.

addressing learners’ barriers to learning and improving inclusion
improving the leadership of educational settings
improving the provision for learners and the engagement of learners
improved outcomes in literacy
improved outcomes in numeracy
reducing the impact of deprivation on educational outcomes
improving outcomes for pupils in receipt of FSM & to narrow the gap between nFSM & eFSM pupils
excellent professional workforce
an engaging curriculum
qualifications which are nationally and internationally respected
leaders working together in a self-improving system
 

Total Grant allocated

 

 

£59,562

 

 

Summary of Pupil Deprivation Grant 2016 – 2017

Brynteg C P School

 

The purpose of the Pupil Deprivation grant is to improve the educational attainment

of pupils from low income families and who are entitled to free school meals (eFSM).

Schools are expected to maximise the use of the funding by introducing sustainable

strategies which will quickly lead to improved outcomes for pupils entitles to free

school meals.

 

As a school, we want to learn from the best practice in Wales and beyond by:

1.Planning interventions that focus on improving the attainment of pupils from

deprived backgrounds, regularly monitoring pupils’ progress and evaluating

the impact of the intervention

  1. Integrating plans for the effective use of the PDG into the school

Development plan, basing our practice on sound evidence and including

them as part of a whole school strategy.

  1. Balancing whole school strategies with targeted interventions to ensure that

all learners entitled to free school meals benefit as individuals, whilst the

whole school also develops its ability to support every learner to achieve

their full potential.

 

In 2017/18 Brynteg C P School was allocated a total Pupil Deprivation Grant of £52,650

Brynteg C P School has a comprehensive plan, agreed and monitored by GwE and

Wrexham Local authority, to promote high expectations attainment and progress and

to remove barriers to learning for pupils entitled to this funding.

We have used the funding available to fund:

 

An additional M5 key stage 2 teacher working afternoons £15,231
A teacher UPS3 to work two days to lead  programmes across the school £9760
Headsprout Project1 level 2 Teaching Assistant and 1 teacher to attend Headsprout Reading training.

Two level 2 TAs to lead the programme.

£750

£7000

 

Level 2 Teaching Assistant to work for 16.50 hours a week with pupils with additional learning needs. £6664
2 level 2 Teaching Assistants to work for a total of 18 hours a week to run a wide range of groups including parents groups,  SAP, Fun Friends, Talk Time, Unearthing Programme, Family FUNs £3528

 

Wrexham County Borough Counsellor Services to work with pupils for one morning each week.

 

 

£4312
PASS

 

£262.50
Mathswhizz

Level 2 TA one to one pupil support for Mathswhizz

£3500

£1435

Resources

 

£207.50
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

£52,650