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Covid-19

Please remember - DO NOT send your child to school if they are displaying any of the following symptoms:

  • New continuous cough 
  • High temperature 
  • A loss of or change in normal sense of taste or smell

 

Please contact the school office if you are unsure or visit the following website:

 

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

 COVID catchup premium

Premium Allocation:

 

£ 15,520 based on 194 pupils at census

School name:

 

Moorland Primary

Number on roll currently:

198

Headteacher:

Angela Garner

Funding lead (if different from the headteacher):

NA

Publish date:

19.10.2020

Review date:

12.02.2020

 

 

 

What are we going to do?

 

How are we going to do it?

 

Who is doing it?

 

What do we need?

 

What difference will it make?

 Address gaps in     learning during   Autumn 1

 

Use Development Matters to plan, teach and assess learning

 

Ensure high quality continuous provision provides opportunities for pupils to develop core skills (fine motor skills/pencil control/cutting etc.) and language acquisition

Year 1 teacher

With the support and guidance of mentor

 

 

A high quality, well-resourced teaching environment

 

High adult to child ratios to ensure smaller groups and differentiated learning opportunities

 

A focus on speech and language development – a language rich environment

Children will settle back into school quickly and be motivated to engage and learn

 

Staff will have quality time to spend with individuals and small groups

 

Ongoing observations and assessments will impact on the provision and teaching

 

 Differentiate   teaching and   learning through   smaller groups and   targeted   interventions

Employ a specialist EYFS graduate or NQT to enhance the effectiveness of teaching and learning for those children still working below ARE

 

 

A new teacher in addition to the current team

 

S&L interventions

 

Talking maths interventions

 

Additional phonics booster sessions

 

Reading Recovery style 1:1 sessions

 

Penpals handwriting scheme to be purchased

 

Writing focus groups including boys only clubs

 

After school clubs (reading,  writing and maths for fun but with a clear outcome – e.g. plan a party or design a menu to cook for parents)

 

Accelerate the progress being made for underachieving and pupils not working at ARE in phonics, reading, writing and maths

 

Improve outcomes for focus pupils

 

 

 Increase the   teaching capacity in   Reception during   the summer term 

 

Ensure additional teaching time is allocated to reception during the summer term

 

Plan and deliver high quality focus groups to ensure the % of children achieving ELG’s are at National

Reception teacher and New teacher

Assessment/ data to inform next steps teaching

Children who are on track to achieve ARE will continue to access the current provision

 

Those pupils working just below and below will be given high quality 1:1 or small group interventions to accelerate their progress and reach ELG

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