Ightenhill Nursery School

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Lionel Street, Burnley, Lancashire, BB12 6DY

01282 427154

head@ightenhill-nur.lancs.sch.uk

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Early Years Pupil Premium

EYPP Governor

Our EYPP governor is Mrs. Julie Spencer.  Mrs. Spencer regularly visits nursery to look at how we are using the EYPP allocation and the impact it is having on eligible and other children.

2016/2017

The main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils are:

  • Delayed speech and language
  • Communication skills
  • Personal social and emotional needs

In order to address these barriers, the funding allocation will be used for:

  • WELCOMM Intervention
  • Talking Together – Speech and language intervention
  • Weekly Forest School Sessions
  • 1:1 support
  • Target time
  • Play Therapy for children with behavioural and emotional needs.

 

Ightenhill Nursery School will measure the impact and effect of the expenditure by:

  • Tracking and analysing assessment data in the prime areas.
  • Using WELLCOMM assessments to measure children’s progress in speech and language development.
  • Use forest school assessments at the start and end of each block to measure children’s progress and the impact of the sessions with regards to Personal, Social and Emotional Development and communication and language.
  • Use of monitoring and observations of the intervention sessions.
  • Use attainment and progress data to identify how the allocation has also had an impact on eligible and other pupils.

If you require any further information or would like to see some of our interventions in action, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Mrs. Daniels-Green

2015/2016

For the year 2015/2016 the allocation for EYPP was £6495.15.  This was used for:

  • WELLCOMM intervention – a speech and language intervention programme to develop speech and language development.
  • Puchasing ICT equipment to use across the currciulum
  • Talking Together – speech and language small group intervention.
  • Staff training to support children with behavioural and emotional needs.
  • Healthy eating programme for children and parents/carers.