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Red Barn Community Primary School

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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium funding is allocated to schools according to the number of children that have been eligible for free school meals within the last six years, from service families or children who are looked after (in care for at least six months). The purpose of the additional funding is to ensure that the achievement of children from these groups is in line with the national average or better.

At Red Barn Primary School, we have used this funding to further complement our Quality First Teaching as well as seeking improvements in individualised provision. As part of our inclusive approach, we aim for all children to succeed, regardless of background. Through discussion with senior leaders, we are able to work with families to best allocate the funding to support children.

Pupil Premium Expenditure:

Red Barn received £57,833 during the financial year of 2020/2021. We will spend the money in the following ways:

Usage Time dedicated  Desired impact Method of measuring impact Responsible for monitoring
Additional Learning Support hours At least 40 hours a week To ensure that children can receive differentiated teaching inputs for phonics, reading, writing and maths School tracking documents SLT
Additional lunchtime staff 2 hours a day To ensure that we can offer structured lunchtimes with adult-led activities Record of incidents Headteacher
Emotional Literacy Support Assistant 10 hours weekly To ensure that children’s well-being is supported

Teacher / ELSA questionnaires

Boxall profiles / SDQ

Dedicated time for Language intervention 5 hours weekly To identify and address the needs of children with speech and language difficulties

SpeechLink assessment tool

SaLT service



Physiotherapy 2 hours weekly Improve the fine and gross motor control skills of children Therapy Pack SENCo
Therapeutic Storywriting 2 hours weekly To ensure that children’s well-being is supported Entry / exit questionnaire LSA
Forces children support 1 hour weekly To support children whose parent(s) are on deployment and away from the family home Children questionnaire SLT
Payment towards end of term treats Termly To provide an incentive to promote good behaviour in line with school behaviour policy Attendance at end of term treat Headteacher
Payments towards school trips As and when trips are organised To ensure that all children can participate in off-site activities to enhance their first-hand experiences School tracking documents SLT
Change 4 Life Club 1 hour weekly To ensure that children are taught how to develop healthy lifestyles

Attendance register

Pupil Interviews

PE Manager
Extra-curricular sporting clubs As and when To ensure that children are able to access sporting opportunities outside of the school day Attendance PE Managers / Sports Crew
Extra-curricular music tuition 30 minutes weekly To ensure that children are able to access high quality music tuition Music grading system Hampshire Music Service
Service Level Agreement for Hampshire Educational Psychology Service 30 hours of SLA time To ensure that the more complex needs are supported by an Educational Psychologist. Advice for staff and support for the Inclusion Team

School tracking documents

Boxall Profile / SDQ

Teachers / Inclusion team
Inclusion Team meetings One afternoon each term Data Analysis: To monitor the provision and progress of vulnerable pupils School tracking documents Inclusion team
Monitoring the effectiveness of the programmes One afternoon each term Observations of programmes being delivery and feedback offered / triads facilitated Lesson observations Inclusion team

The expenditure and impact of the Pupil Premium Funding will be analysed at the end of each school year by the Inclusion Team.

Achievement of pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium funding in 2020/2021

These statistics represent the teacher assessments of the Year 6 children in receipt of the Pupil Premium funding.

Children in receipt of Free School Meals (5 children)

  Reading  Writing Maths
Exceeding 40%    20%
ARE 20%  20%  40%
Close to 20% 40% 40%
Below 20% 40%  

Children from Service families (6 children)

  Reading  Writing  Maths
Exceeding  50% 17%  17%
ARE  50%  66% 83%
Close to   17%  

Pupil Premium for previous year