Predicted Allocation: £45,764
The overall intention of the action plan below is to ensure that all pupils feel safe, happy and are ready to learn each day despite uncertainty relating to COVID. Pupils will achieve the targets set in the APA around pupil outcomes and attendance because the targets in the action plan have been achieved.
- To close gaps in learning as a result of the coronavirus epidemic, with a particular focus on those pupils who are LAC and based at the satellites (Yrs 1-11) and PMLD pupils.
- Pupils to achieve expected outcomes in line with targets set in the APA.
- To provide an outstanding Quality of Education which engages pupils and raises aspirations
|Intervention||Purpose||Target Pupils and Barriers to Learning||Cost||Expected Impact|
|Implementation of the Digital Strategy through provision of Chromebooks for blended learning for Secondary pupils and those in Years 5 & 6 where such a device is appropriate||To give all pupils required skills to become successful digital citizens.|
To ensure pupils are able to access and progress in the learning from anywhere, digitally.
|Waterfall Pathway pupils and secondary River Pathway pupils|
Pupils need to be taught how to use devices to access online learning with some independence
|£5000||85% identified pupils to be able to use device with some independence
90% identified pupils able to keep self safe online
95% families support identified pupils and engage with Google Classroom
|Targeted academic support through 1:1 TA for interventions as required||To have a member of staff who can focus on accelerating learning and addressing key gaps in targeted interventions.||Personalised intervention programmes set by Teacher or English, Maths and Personal, Social & Physical Development Leaders and led by intervention TAs and class teams will address any individual gaps where progress is not as good as expected.||£18,427||80% Identified pupils will make expected progress by the end of the academic year|
|Implementation of transdisciplinary themed texts to support cross-curriculum learning||To give all pupils access to high quality texts to support learning within the termly transdisciplinary theme||Waterfall and River Pathway pupils across all phases. Texts to be accessible on Google Classroom as appropriate||£1250||80% identified pupils will make expected progress in reading by the end of the academic year|
|Sensory resources to support learning related to personalised outcomes as part of EHC Plan||To give PMLD and High Needs/Sensory pupils access to resources||Brook and Stream Pathway pupils across all phases. Resources will enable pupils to access personalised learning both in school and at home||£2500||75% PMLD/High Needs ASD pupils will achieve their Cognition & Learning and Physical & Sensory provision plan targets|
|Additional Sumdog users and Numbots||To give all pupils able to access the software access to support learning both at school and at home||Waterfall and River Pathway pupils across all phases. Pupils will be taught how to use the software and challenge themselves and each other, developing mental mathematics skills||£250||80% identified pupils will make expected progress in Maths by the end of the academic year|
|TT Education Licence - School Improvement Club||To ensure all staff have a solid knowledge of all areas of the curriculum they teach. It will support the development teachers’ knowledge and understanding of foundation subjects and wider pedagogical issues.||All pupils will benefit as teachers will have a breath of curriculum to be delivered confidently and consistently. With good subject knowledge opportunities for writing and cross curricular learning can be further explored.||£3500||Pupils will make expected progress in foundation subjects across the curriculum|
|Bug Club and Widgit access||To ensure pupils can access visual support appropriately (Widgit) and access software to support reading both at school and at home.||All pupils will benefit as visual support is used throughout the school.|
Pupils in Stream, River and Waterfall pathways across all phases will be able to access stage appropriate texts.
|£2095||80% identified pupils will make expected progress in reading by the end of the academic year|
|Introduction of group sessions to support teamwork, problem solving, outside ‘adventure’ and fun!||To give pupils the opportunity to rebuild and further develop student’s wellbeing, Social, Emotional and Physical development.||All pupils will benefit from structured learning, but also fun sessions outdoors if possible to support communication, teamwork, confidence and risk taking||£5000||80% pupils will achieve their personalised SEMH provision plan targets|
|Total planned spend:||£38,022
This includes £7,742 unallocated which will be used to address any in-year gaps for pupils which may arise, including any IT support/resources which may be required.