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Pupil Premium Case Studies 2014/15

Pupil A

Pupil: Pupil A
Year 3
Vulnerable Group including SEN Level and dimension School Action for medical needs, dyspraxic, fine and gross motor skills difficulties, speech and language difficulties, nasal escape.
  English Reading Maths
Prior attainment data. Previous KS levels 2B 3C 3C
Current Assessment Grade Y3 Developing Y3 Mastered Y3 Mastered
End of Year targets Y3 Secure Y3 Secure Y3 Secure
On track? Yes Exceeded Exceeded
Attendance 99.38%
Behaviour/Exclusion history None
Bullying incidents None
Previous/Current provision and timetabling Speech and language programme, handwriting intervention, step stool and move and sit cushion provided
External Agency involvement Speech and Language Therapy Service, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Learning Support Services
Pupil Views Happy, felt settled in well
Parent View Happy, felt can easily approach class teacher and SENCo about any concerns. Is happy that Child A has been taking part in school clubs eg. Choir. Feels child is doing well.
Comments Child A is enthusiastic and hardworking. She may occasionally trip or fall and needs to take care when moving around the classroom as she can rush/run about. Her organisational skills aren't great and she often leaves things at the end of the day etc, so needs gentle reminders. Her handwriting is a focus.