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Pupil Premium
Leasowe Nursery School and Family Centre – Early Years Pupil Premium 2017/18

Early Years Pupil Premium Grant Allocation - £9,651.60

Through analysing the needs of children, this year’s funding has been used on a more bespoke basis compared to 2016/17.

Priority areas for development, identified through Baseline assessments:
  • Personal, social and emotional – Managing Feeling and Behaviour
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  • Physical Development – Health and Self-care
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  • Communication and Language – Understanding and Speaking
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  • Children with complex and specific SEND, needing considerable additional and bespoke provision in order to meet their entitlement
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  • Children and family in need of emotional support due to emerging mental health / SEND considerations
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  • Families needing additional sessions due to a social care status or family stress
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Action Plan:

The funding was used towards:
  • Training a Level 3 Forest School Leader in order to continue with Forest School session. Forest School sessions enable children to build resilience, confidence and self-esteem, which in turn impacts on managing feelings and developing good behaviour strategies
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  • EYPP children benefit from WellComm assessments
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  • Providing SEND HUB and bespoke provision for identified children (high staff ratio, specialised environment)
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  • Providing bespoke support for children under individual circumstances, often providing additional sessions or support for parents
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Impact of funding - Children’s Progress and Attainment Summary
  • 100% of children have made at least expected progress  (75% above expected progress) in personal, social and emotional development (average across 3 aspects)
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  • 100% of children have made at least expected progress (76% above expected progress) in physical development (average across 2 aspects)
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  • 100% of children have made at least expected progress (56% above expected progress) in communication and language  (average across 3 aspects)
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  • 100% of children made at least expected progress (55% above expected) in literacy(average across 2 aspects)
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  • !00% of children made at least expected progress (66% above expected) in mathematical development (average across 2 aspects)
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