Staincliffe C of E Junior School

01924 326 756

office.staincliffe@kirkleeseducation.uk

Staincliffe Hall Road, Batley
West Yorkshire WF17 7QX

Respect, Trust, Courage and Joy

Pupil Premium

 

The pupil premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities and to close the gaps between them and their peers.

We will receive funding for each pupil registered as eligible for free school meals (FSM) at any point in the last 6 years.

 

Funding allocation for the current:

Financial year 2021/21: £106,255

Academic year 2020/21: £109,282

OBJECTIVES FOR 2020-21 ACADEMIC YEAR:

1. Whole-school ethos of attainment for all: Ensure that children are wholly involved in their own learning journey - independent learning skills and resilience.

2. Addressing behaviour and attendance: To ensure good attendance, attitude and behaviour and promote positive mental health and well-being in school following the impact of school closure for Covid-19.

3. High quality teaching for all: To continue to embed vocabulary initiatives alongside the development of the Staincliffe Curriculum.

4. Meeting individual learning needs: To provide support for specific learning needs and implement the best strategies to accelerate progress.

5. Deploying staff effectively: To promote a support network for the most vulnerable children and their families to encourage a safe place ensuring the children are ready for learning.

6. Data driven and responding to evidence: To further improve progress and attainment in reading and to improve the progress measure in writing in all year groups and those aiming for GDS.

7. Clear, responsive leadership: To develop consistent approaches in teaching and learning in order to improve outcomes in response to the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.  

 

Please click here to view the full 2020-21 strategy

 

 

 

Funding allocation for the current financial year 19/20: £113,520

Priorities of use for 19/20 are:

Continue to embed reading initiatives & strengthen whole class teaching of reading to further improve progress and attainment in reading

Improve the progress measure in writing in all year groups and those aiming for GDS

To promote a support network for the most vulnerable children and their families to encourage a safe place ensuring the children are ready for learning.

Ensure that children are wholly involved in their own learning journey- independent learning skills

 

Please click here to view the full 2019-20 strategy 

 

Funding allocation for the year 18/19

Financial year £134,640 

Academic year £125,840

Priorities of use for 18/19 are:

  • To further develop language and communication skills- particularly vocabulary development
  • To close the attainment gap in Reading & Writing
  • To continue to improve confidence, independence and resilience- Health & wellbeing
  • To continue to improve the wider opportunities available for all our pupils
  • For ALL pupils to achieve the highest possible standards and realise their full potential in all aspects of their learning 

We will continue to strengthen parental engagement in learning, through increasing the support on offer for parents (skills sessions, training in the curriculum and targeted parents’ meetings). We will also continue to improve attendance and PA by working closely with parents and APSO.

Our training for staff this year will include a focus on reading and writing- including vocabulary development, guided reading and whole class reading and implementing new small group intervention strategies.

 

Please click here to view the full evaluated plan for 18/19

 

Funding allocation for the year 17/18

Financial year £138,600

Academic Year £136,950

Please click here to see our evaluated plan for 2017/18

 

Funding allocation for the year 16/17 

Financial year £139,920

Academic year £139,370

Click here to view our evaluated plan delivered in 16/17

 

Previous years' allocation

2015/2016   Financial year £135,960    / Academic year  £137,610 

2014/2015   financial year £136,500  / academic year £136,275

2013/2014   financial year   £90,900  / academic year £109,900