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Catch-Up Premium Report

Picknalls First School has made significant adjustments to our organisational and logistical aspects of school life due to Covid-19. Although many children have transitioned extremely well back to school, some children are showing the need for additional adjustments and interventions from their time away from school.  The funds provided by the Government are allowing each school the  flexibility to utilise the  funds how they best see fit and select the methods that will provide the greatest impact and support for all the children. I am confident that the methods we have selected at Picknalls will benefit EVERY child in our school, but in particular the most vulnerable.

We are able to provide a range of resources including remote learning materials to support English and Maths, further reading scheme books, intervention materials, CPD for staff, additional hours for staff to complete weekly interventions across the school and a further class set of iPads to be used across the whole school. In order to achieve all our intentions I have topped the catch up premium funding with some pupil premium funding. The EEF have extensive evidence to show that one to one and small group interventions are likely to have the highest impact. The EEF have also stated that technology will support an effective return to schools and will continue to break down barriers to learning. I will continue to report on the impact of these spends to Governors half termly.

Picknalls First School Catch Up Premium Projected Spends 2020-21

Catch Up Premium (CUP) Budget

£22,640.00

Pupil Premium (PP) Budget Top Up Amount

£4,095.47

TOTAL

£26,735.47

Item

Who

Purpose

Cost

Total

CUP/PP

Done

 

White Rose Mastery Workbooks

 

Year 1 - 4

To be able to use in lessons in school and most importantly at home should they self- isolate individually or as a class.

Teacher to share video links then pages to complete in book.

Autumn Term £1,300 including £50.00 P+P, Spring Term £1,250, Summer Term £1,250

 

£3,800.00

 

CUP

 

Autumn

 

English workbooks (CGP)

 

Year 1- 4

To be able to use in lessons in school and most importantly at home should they self-isolate individually or as a class.

Teacher to direct children as to which pages to complete.

 

See breakdown of costs for each book and year group below.

 

 

Nov-20

 

Year 1 phonics buster

 

Year 1

Year 1 - 65

£1.85 per book x 75

 

£138.75

Parent donation

 

Nov-20

Year 3 - 5

(15 spare as teacher books)

£140.00

Year 4 - 5

 

Not included in

total

KS1 English comprehension book

 

Year 2

Year 2 - 60

£1.85 per book x 70

 

£129.50

 

CUP

 

Nov-20

Year 3 - 5

(20 spare as teacher books)

Year 4 - 5

 

KS2 English

comprehension

 

Year 3/4

Year 3 - 65

£1.85 per book x 130

£240.50

CUP

Nov-20

Year 4 - 65

(9 spare as teacher books)

KS2 English,  Grammar,  Punctuation and Spelling

Year 3/4

Year 3 - 65

£3.60 per book x 130

 

£468.00

 

CUP

 

Nov-20

Year 4 - 65

(9 spare as teacher books)

EYFS

Jelly and Bean Phonics Reading Book

 

EYFS/SEND

Move away from Oxford Reading Tree (increase stocks further up school) Greater focus on phonetics and in line with letters and sounds phonics scheme.

 

80 books - £154.76 x2

 

£309.52

 

CUP

 

Nov-20

EYFS Big Cat Collins Phonics Reading Books

 

EYFS/SEND

Move away from Oxford Reading Tree (increase stocks further up school) Greater focus on phonetics and in line with letters and sounds phonics scheme.

 

2 bundles @ £250 each

 

£                     500.00

 

CUP

 

Nov-20

KS1 Big Cat Collins Phonics Reading Books

Year 1/2

 

Two sets - 2nd set ordered 24/11/2020

£256 x2

£                  512.00

CUP

Sept 1 Oct 20 then

Nov 20

EYFS Flashy Fingers Intervention Box

 

EYFS/SEND

Two boxes – fine motor skills activity box. Baseline shows noticeable dip in fine motor skills.

 

Two boxes

 

£                  166.40

 

CUP

 

Oct-20

 

Elklan Course (CPD)

 

EYFS, KS1, KS2

3-5 years/5-11 years specialism. Speech and Language

Specialist programme (would complement Teddy talk in Nursery and Wellcomm in Reception)

£250 course only for MJ 3-5 and SJ 5- 11 x 2

 

£                     500.00

 

CUP

Investigated Nov 20,

Jan 21 start

Additional inventions (deliver OR cover TA to deliver) impact assessments completed half termly and interventions reviewed half termly

 

RC

 

Year 3

Mon-Thurs all day - Additional 6 hours to provide further TA time and Y3 interventions - times tables, writing, general maths

 

6 hours, Dec - Aug (9 months)

 

 

 

Dec-20

RW

EYFS

 

Flashy fingers motor skills intervention time, Wed pm, 1 hour

each class

2 hours, Dec - Aug (9 months)

 

Dec-20

NH

EYFS

 

Phonics/reading intervention, Tues am, 1 hour each class

2 hours, Dec - Aug (9 months)

 

Dec-20

EC

Year 1

 

Tues pm, phonics/reading intervention, 1 hour each class

2 hours, Dec - Aug (9 months)

 

Dec-20

BC

Year 2

 

Wed pm, phonics interventions, 1 hour each class

2 hours, Dec - Aug (9 months)

 

Dec-20

JH

 Year 4

Continue to support Y4 role 2 hours a week, Thursday pm

2 hours, Dec - Aug (9 months)

 

Dec-20

VP

 Year 4

Mon am, Y4 times tables interventions, 2x30 mins for each

class

2 hours, Dec - Aug (9 months)

 

Dec-20

SJ

 Whole school

2 hours additional Hope intervention for group and individual counselling, Thurs pm

2 hours, Dec - Aug (9 months)

 

Dec-20

GB

 Whole School

2 hours additional Hope intervention for group and individual counselling, Mon pm

2 hours, Dec - Aug (9 months)

 

Dec-20

TOTAL STAFFING COSTS

 

 

£10,533.75

 

 

 

iPad class set

 

To double the capacity we have now that the ICT suite is unable to be used. 2 classes to be able to use across school at any one time.

16x charging bundle x2 (incl iPads, cases, screen protectors and trolley)

£4,787.90 exc VAT

 

£9,575.80

CUP then

topped up with PP

 

Quotes Nov 20

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

£26,735.47

The above totals are based on some actuals and some projections as at 30.11.20. Final figures will be provided at the end of the academic year.