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Ysgol Treferthyr
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Pupil Development Grant 2017-2018

Ysgol Treferthyr Pupil Development Grant 

The purpose of the EIG is to improve outcomes for learners eligible for free school meals (eFSM) and Looked After Children (LAC). Schools are expected to use this funding to implement sustainable strategies which will quickly lead to the improvement of learners which are eligible to receive free school meals.

As a school, we aim to learn from the best practices in Wales and beyond:

1. Plan interventions which concentrate on improving the results of children from disadvantaged backgrounds, and which clearly note what is expected from the intervention, whilst regularly monitoring the progress of pupils and assessing the effectiveness of the intervention.

2. Integrate plans for using the PDG into the School Development Plan, basing practices on good evidence and including them as part of a whole school strategy.

3. Balance a whole school intervention with a targeted intervention to ensure that every pupil who is eligible for free school meals benefits as an individual and that the whole school nurture their ability to help every learner to reach their full potential.

In 2017-18 the school received a Pupil Development Grant sum of 19,650.00

At Ysgol Treferthyr we have a comprehensive plan, which has been agreed and is monitored by the Gwynedd Local Authority, to promote development and remove the obstacles to teach students which are eligible for this finance.

We have used the finance that was available to:

Employed a L4 Classroom Assistant to teach the nursery class separately [5 mornings @ 2 hours + 1 afternoon planning session at a cost of 8,450

Employed a L4 Classroom Assistant to target and support  pupils       8,450

SAFMEDS programme with support from Bangor University                   1,050

Training - release 1 teacher and 1 classroom assistant to access half a day training for the Headsprouts programme            160 

 'Headsprout' programme with support from Bangor University                750

Training - release 1 teacher and 1 classroom assistant to access half a day training for the SAFMEDS programme        320 

Subscribe to the  'Pivotal'   behaviour programme        450

TT Rock Stars                  159.50

139.50 contribution from school funds

It is not appropriate for the school to publish a detailed plan due to the danger of identifying individuals.

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