Pupil Premium

Pupil premium strategy statement (Primary)

School overview

MetricData
 School nameAckton Pastures Primary Academy
Pupils in school336
Proportion of disadvantaged pupils23%
Pupil premium allocation this academic year£102,539
Academic year or years covered by statement2020-23
Publish date01 September 2020
Review date01 September 2021
Statement authorised byKatie Lea
Pupil premium leadLynsey Whalley
Governor leadBev Riley

Disadvantaged pupil progress scores for last academic year (2018/19)

MeasureScore
Reading-0.6
Writing-2.2
Maths-3.0

Disadvantaged pupil performance overview for last academic year (2018/19)

MeasureScore
Meeting expected standard at KS256%
Achieving high standard at KS26%

Strategy aims for disadvantaged pupils

MeasureActivity
Priority 1Ensure all relevant staff (including new staff) have received paid-for training to deliver the phonics scheme effectively (RWInc) and to develop reading at KS2 (GR)
Priority 2Work with the maths hub and use resources and materials to aid and allow children to ‘Catch Up’ EYFS teachers to attend the relevant Maths Hub programmes to support their delivery of teaching with the Maths Hub resources and materials.

Maths Leader to coordinate the ‘Mastery Readiness’ programme delivered by the maths hub.

Priority 3Ensure all staff are trained in research led practice that support pupils to know more and remember more (Rosenshines) and develops their academic vocabulary (Quigley)
Barriers to learning these priorities addressEnsuring staff deliver high quality, quality first teaching across the curriculum that leads to long term learning

Ensuring staff use evidence-based whole-class teaching interventions

Addressing pupils’ language deficit

Projected spending£50539

Teaching priorities for current academic year

AimTargetTarget date
Progress in ReadingAchieve national average progress scores in KS2 Reading (0)Sept 23
Progress in WritingAchieve national average progress scores in KS2 Writing (0)Sept 23
Progress in MathematicsAchieve average KS2 Mathematics progress score for disadvantaged pupils nationally (-0.6)Sept 23
PhonicsAchieve above national average expected standard in PSCSept 23
OtherImprove attendance of disadvantaged pupils to national average (96.3%)Sept 23

Remember to focus support on disadvantaged pupils reaching the expected standard in phonics check at end of Y1

MeasureActivity
Priority 1Ensure all relevant staff (including new staff) have received paid-for training to deliver the phonics scheme effectively (RWInc) and reading at KS2 (GR)
Priority 2Work with the maths hub and use resources and materials to aid and allow children to ‘Catch Up’ EYFS teachers to attend the relevant Maths Hub programmes to support their delivery of teaching with the Maths Hub resources and materials.

Maths Leader to coordinate the ‘Mastery Readiness’ programme delivered by the maths hub.

Priority 3Ensure all staff are trained in research led practice that support pupils to know more and remember more (Rosenshines) and develop their academic vocabulary (Quigley)
Barriers to learning these priorities addressEnsuring staff deliver high quality, quality first teaching across the curriculum that leads to long term learning

Ensuring staff use evidence-based whole-class teaching interventions

Addressing pupils’ language deficit

Projected spending£47 000