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EIG / PDG

EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT GRANT 2019-20

 

SCHOOL

 

Ysgol Cae’r Nant

SIGNATURE OF HEADTEACHER

 

N Kilpatrick

DATE

 

11/06/2019

 

 

School allocation of Education Improvement Grant

 

£

 

EIG – Foundation Phase (notional)

99,759

EIG – Other (notional)

20,110

PDG (including PDG EY £14000)

68,050

EIG – Total

187,919

 

School use of the Education Improvement Grant:

 

 

Standards

 

37,090

Curriculum and assessment

 

36,785

Improving educational leadership

27,947

Equity of opportunity & wellbeing

 

25,910

Improving teaching and learning (pedagogy)

 

32,236

Self-improving system

 

27,951

 

Total Grant allocated

 

 

187,919

 

Ysgol Cae'r Nant Pupil Development Grant Statement

 

The purpose of the Pupil Development Grant is to improve the educational attainment of pupils from low income families and who are entitled to free school meals (eFSM).  Schools are expected to maximise the use of this funding by introducing sustainable strategies which will quickly lead to improved outcomes for pupils entitled to free school meals.

 

As a school, we want to learn from the best practice in Wales and beyond by:

 

  1. Planning interventions that focus in improving the attainment of pupils from deprived backgrounds, regularly monitoring pupils' progress and evaluating the impact of the intervention.
  2. Integrating plans for the effective use of the PDG into the School Development Plan, basing our practice sound evidence and including them as part of a whole school strategy.
  3. Balancing whole school strategies with targeted interventions to ensure that all learners entitled to free school meals benefit as individuals, whilst the whole school also develops its ability to support every learner to achieve their full potential.

 

In 2019-20 Ysgol Cae'r Nant were allocated a total Pupil Development Grant of £68,050 (including PDG EY £14,000).

 

Ysgol Cae'r Nant has a comprehensive plan, agreed and monitored by GwE and Flintshire Local Authority, to promote high expectations, attainment and progress and to remove barriers to learning for pupils entitled to this funding.

 

We have used the funding available to:

 

  • Narrow the Gap and Forest Schools Provision
  • Family and community engagement
  • Assessment intervention
  • Early entitlement
  • LAC and FSM subsidies

 

It is not appropriate for the school to publish a detailed plan as it could identify individual pupils.

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