Wilson Primary School, Wilson Road, Reading RG30 2RW
Wilson Primary School
Tel: 0118 937 5573
pupil premium and disadvantaged children
Pupil Premium Report

Our vision: Inspiring Young Minds
At Wilson Primary School we take pride in reflecting
the diversity of the community our pupils are part of.
The staff, governors, pupils and parents work together
to make Wilson Primary a happy, welcoming place
where children and adults can develop into confident
and successful learners who are ready to meet the
challenges of the future.
To meet the needs of our community, Wilson Primary
School’s vision is to be achieved through our clear
aim:

To inspire and motivate the children in our care, to
encourage and develop their aspirations. To ensure
that they leave our care with everything they need,
personally and academically, to go on to achieve
their ambitions.
Strategic plan for school improvement
In consultation with stakeholders, the following
objectives are the focus for the strategic plan for
school improvement.
All practice is good with outstanding features
Quality first teaching impacts on learning;
interventions have quick and notable impact
Rigorous tracking , effective evaluation and
analysis ensures the school continues to respond
to gaps in learning identified
Accelerated progress is a key feature of learning
at Wilson Primary School
All lessons are good with outstanding features
‘Mastery’ opportunities are available throughout
the curriculum to inspire and challenge learners
Children continue to demonstrate that they
have the knowledge and skills to be safe,
healthy and
Children develop a thirst for learning and are
proud of everything they do
Performance management continues to be
robust, rigorous and supportive and improves
practice
Middle leaders are developed well and carry out
duties effectively
Curriculum co-ordinators lead their subjects well
and Wilson offers a broad and varied curriculum
Inter- school working effective and
collaboration  secures better outcomes for all
children in the locality
Governing body is full and carries out its duties
effectively, including the Link Governor role
Staff retention is good
Additional Funding for the school
What is Pupil Premium funding?
Since April 2012 the school received additional funding each year under the title Pupil Premium Grant. This money is to be used to enhance the learning experiences of the children, working with vulnerable families in order to raise achievement. The funding will enable school to narrow the disadvantage gap by addressing inequalities and raising the attainment of those students in low-income families. We recognise that not every child in receipt of funding is low-attaining and the funding will, in all cases, support the child to make at least expected progress and reach their potential.
The Wilson Context
Key Outcomes desired for intervention
Success criteria
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Pupil outcomes are monitored to ensure the provision is effectively meeting their needs.
Progress for identified groups is tracked and monitored effectively in school
All pupils in receipt of funding make at least ARE, and perform well against national figures
Attendance for Pupil Premium group is at least 95% (school expected 96%)
Improved attendance and feedback at parents evenings and school events

School provides a broad, balanced and enriched curriculum to broaden the life experiences of children. Extra-curricular days and visits give children experiences beyond school
To raise attainment of
PP eligible pupils from
entry to exit

To continue to close
the gap between the
attainment PP and
other vulnerable groups
To close the gap
between PP pupils and
all pupils nationally

To improve attendance
for PP children at risk
of persistent absence
To increase
engagement of parents
with their children’s
education and with
school

To increase
opportunities for PP
eligible pupils and
broadening their life
experience
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What long term outcomes do we want for our disadvantaged pupils?
On entry, Wilson pupilshave lower starting points on baseline, are often beginners in English, lack a language rich environment or have limited experience of high expectations in learning
The school community has a high ratio of EAL learners, and some children (in English and home language) have speech and communication delays from limited access to quality language
Some families have poor attendance, busy family homes and low engagement with school
Aspirations for long term educational experience is sometimes low
The children often have narrow life experience beyond school
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What are the key barriers for learning that are facing our disadvantaged pupils?
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