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PDG

2017/18  These are the areas we targeted our Pupil Deprivation Grant. We were allocated £16,250

1) Appoint teaching assistants to work focusing on improving literacy skills  This has had a very positive impact. We concentrated on reading intervention at Foundation Phase and offered supplementary literacy / numeracy sessions at KS2. Emphasis 2018 on working with smaller groups within the classroom

2) Create a Nurture Group focusing predominantly on raising self-esteem and confidence enabling the pupils to better access the curriculum. The focus being on developing oracy through science using the outdoor learning environment. (link with School Nutrition Action Group) This has had a very positive impact, evidenced by the letters from parents noting that their child’s confidence had improved. However the number of sessions have been reduced to ensure e were able to offer sufficient literacy / numeracy  intervention sessions

3) Appoint teaching assistant to implement Catch up Headsprout sessions (this supported teaching assistants already implementing Catchup sessions)