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Pupil Premium Spending 2015-2016




Special Needs Higher Level Teaching Assistant


Highly skilled and experienced SEN HLTA works to support learning and pastoral needs across the school. This includes Speech and Language Teaching, memory interventions, dyslexia identification and support, social and catch up phonic groups. Interventions have been rigorously measured and impact clearly shown. The SEN HLTA also supports parents through Team Around the Child meetings.

Classroom-based Teaching Assistants


Experienced and well qualified Teaching Assistants ensure that PP pupils can fully access the learning and will make good or better progress in the majority of lessons.

1-1 Teaching Assistants


Experienced and well qualified Teaching Assistants are specifically trained and used to support children to encourage and enhance learning for these children and enable those around them to learn.

Special Educational Needs co-Ordinator


Many PP children have also been identified as having Special Educational Needs. The SENCo  co-ordinates and leads meetings, liaises with outside agencies regarding SEN across the school and secures additional funding for pupils.

Family Intervention


As part of the Bude Schools’ Communities’ Trust, we employ a Parent Support Advisor (PSA) to work with parents who are struggling. These are often parents who are entitled to PP. The PSA runs workshops for parents, visits and supports individual families and has developed Teaching Assistants’ knowledge and understanding on support that is available for parents. We also run Literacy, Numeracy and photography workshops for parents, in school to develop their skills and to help parents improve their skills and confidence to be partners in their children’s learning.

Education Welfare Officer (EWO)


Bude Schools’ Communities’ Trust employ an EWO between them to support those families who struggle to achieve 95% attendance for their child. The EWO supports head teachers, meets with parents and monitors attendance in all schools.



Targeted pupils are given support….



Clubs are used to enhance and enrich children’s learning. Specially trained members of staff are used to deliver these clubs.

Individual equipment and resources


Resources required to meet the individual needs of some PP children. Social and Emotional support on a one to one basis to develop their self-esteem and resilience.