Here are some useful links to Resources that will support: planning for Pupil Premium (PP) spend, deciding on desired outcomes, identify targets or success criteria, evaluating the impact of current PP spend, using evidence based strategies.
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Planning to use Pupil Premium
A Pupil Premium Handbook for Cambridgeshire Schools – excellent advice with lots of weblinks to further recommended resources covering all areas of PP.
Desired Outcomes and Success Criteria
Evidence Based Strategies
What works for children and young people with literacy difficulties? -(Greg Brookes’ 4th edition) seminal work evaluates literacy support programmes at all levels.
What Works for Children with Mathematical Difficulties? The effectiveness of intervention schemes (2009) -(Ann Dowker – University of Oxford 2009) An excellent study of what works and the results of the research by how much pupils through correct use of particular programmes and materials. Download from the National Numeracy website.
Speech and Language
What Works – log in to access this database hosted by The Communication Trust has worked with the Better Communication Research Programme to develop the What Works database of evidenced interventions to support children’s speech, language and communication. What Works is endorsed by the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.
Effective classroom strategies for closing the gap in educational achievement for children and young people living in poverty, including white working-class boys. – The Centre for Excellence and Outcomes in Children and Young People’s Services (C4EO) identifies and coordinates local, regional and national evidence of ‘what works’, to create a single and comprehensive picture of effective practice in delivering children’s services. This is an excellent digest of the evidence.
The Teaching and Learning Toolkit -from the Education Endowment Foundation. Basically The Sutton Trust findings in an easy to digest format.
Early Years Toolkit – same as above, only for Early Years.
Evidence Based Teaching -(EBT from John Hattie) My page of links to everything you need to get started.