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Early Years Pupil Premium

The early years pupil premium (EYPP) is additional funding from the government for early years settings to improve the education they provide for disadvantaged 3 and 4 year olds.

 

Eligibility:

Families in recipt of the following may quailfy for the additional funding for the setting:

 

Number of children

% of pre-school

Autumn 2017

 

8 Children

13%

Spring 2018

 

18 children

30%

Summer 2018

 

 

 

 

 

£

How the money has been used

£

Research

Autumn 2017

£763.20

  • Towards staff wages for small group intervention, delivered by level 3 TAs and SENCO e.g. Listen with Lucy, Cool Kids
  • Parental stay and play (learn with your child)

£763.20

  • Small group intervention of 1:3 is very effective for Personal, social and emotional development, play, communication  and education in helper children to make progress.
  • Children are grouped according to sessions that they attend and to specific need and ability
  • Effective parental involvement within the nursery school, promotes parent’s understanding and skills to continue the learning at home

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Spring 2018

£1,717.20

  • Towards staff wages for small group intervention, delivered by level 3 TAs and SENCO e.g. Listen with Lucy, Cool Kids
  • Sensory / cause and effect resources 
  • High interest /  literacy resources
  • Programmes of study for circle time (PSED & SLCN)
  • Parental stay and play (learn with your child)
  • Individual educational provisions such as PEP's.

£1,717.20

  • Small group intervention of 1:3 is very effective for Personal, social and emotional development, play, communication  and education in helper children to make progress.
  • Short periods 10 – 20 minutes, daily over ½ a term of intense sessions improve progress and outcomes
  • Children are grouped according to sessions that they attend and to specific need and ability
  • Children’s needs are accurately assessed and targeted
  • Effective parental involvement within the nursery school, promotes parent’s understanding and skills to continue the learning at home.
  • PEP's (personal educational plans) outline targeted support needed for some children in our vulnerable groups such as children in care (CIC).

 Summer 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017/2018

As an outcome of monitoring we will continue to target the learning strands of ‘communication, language and literacy'(particularly 'speaking') and 'Literacy'