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SEND Policy        


SEN Information Report

SEN Report to Governors






In March 2013 the government announced that it was to provide additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013-14 and 2014-15 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools in England. This funding is allocated to primary school Headteachers and is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on improving the provision of PE and sport, but they have the freedom to choose how they do this.

In the Autumn Statement 2013, the Chancellor announced an additional year's £150m extended funding, taking the total investment to the end of the 2016 academic year.


Objectives of the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding

  • To improve the quality of existing PE teaching through continuing professional learning in PE for generalists, so that all primary pupils improve their health, skills and physical literacy, and have broader exposure to a range of sports
  • To increase participation levels in competitive sport and healthy activity of pupils, and maintain these into adolescence
  • To increase the quality of initial teacher training in PE and sport, and to promote PE specialisation in primary level workforce
  • To ensure schools understand and value the benefits of high quality PE and sport, including its use as a tool for whole school improvement



Evaluating the use of the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding

Ofsted Inspectors will consider the impact of the Primary PE and Sport funding on pupils’ lifestyles and physical wellbeing by taking account of the following factors:


  • the increase in participation rates in such activities as games, dance, gymnastics, swimming and athletics
  • the increase and success in competitive school sports
  • how much more inclusive the physical education curriculum has become
  • the growth in the range of provisional and alternative sporting activities
  • the improvement in partnership work on physical education with other schools and other local partners
  • links with other subjects that contribute to pupils’ overall achievement and their greater social, spiritual, moral and cultural skills
  • the greater awareness amongst pupils about the dangers of obesity, smoking and other such activities that undermine pupils’ health.



South Moreton Primary School funding (2013-14)

South Moreton received £8,575 in the 2013-14 academic year.

A portion of this was spent was spent on the employment of specialist PE coach and mentor who has worked with staff to develop plans. The remaining fund is carried over to 2014-15.

Development so far has included:

  • an induction to discuss the vision for high quality PE teaching at school
  • identification of individual training needs and the development of a PE specific development plan for the school
  • employment of dance specialist working alongside teachers to develop good practice 2014
  • employment of gymnastic specialist to work alongside teachers to develop good practice 2014
  • employment of second swimming teacher 2014 to enhance swimming provision
  • dance club started and well attended, entrant in dance show 2014
  • development of sports within the partnership of schools e.g. Y3/4 football tournament Oct 2014



Impact on pupil participation:

  • 100% of pupils receiving two PE lessons per week (minimum)
  • 64% children attend one or more after school clubs
  • 100% of pupils participating in Sports Day
  • Increase in number of competitions attended by pupils representing the school



Plans for 2014-15 include:


  • a taster day to introduce new sports
  • investigate installing a climbing wall to increase lunchtime activity
  • employment of rugby specialist to work alongside teachers
  • to research, coordinate and plan further PE events



October 2014




Pupil Premium Funding and Allocation at South Moreton Primary


The Pupil Premium has been introduced by the Government to provide additional support for looked after children and those from low income families. Pupils who have been eligible for free school meals at any point in the last six years are eligible for the Pupil Premium. Schools also receive a smaller amount for the children of service personnel; the Service Premium. Schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium and Service Premium as they see fit. However, they are accountable for how they use the additional funding to support pupils from low-income families and the other target groups.



Pupil Premium funding will be allocated to help narrow the attainment gap that exists between pupils from disadvantaged and more affluent backgrounds; Service Premium will be used to narrow the attainment gap between pupils from service families and other pupils.

Funding will be targeted to help break down barriers to learning. These may include:

  • poor literacy and numeracy skills
  • difficult home circumstances
  • poor behaviour or attendance
  • poor social and emotional skills
  • limited access to learning opportunities in and out of school


School will allocate the funding to the activities that are most likely to have an impact on improving achievement; using research evidence, experience of what works and an analysis of needs; the views of the pupil and parents will be taken into account when planning support; class teachers and senior leaders will be aware of which pupils are eligible for the Pupil Premium and Service Premium.


Total Allocation for 2013/14 - £8400

Early Intervention

1:1 & small group support including diagnostic time

Extra Teacher time to lead small teaching groups

Extra teacher time to develop Learning to Learn

Diagnostic maths tests

Phonic bug club & resources






Improving the impact of Teaching assistants

Extra TA time

Teaching assistant training in phonics, maths and attachment



Building independence and self - efficacy

Art Room

Forest School

In school nurture group/TA led groups

Residential visits and supporting music tuition Swimming and other club fees






Developing Speaking and listening skills

1:1 Literacy and Maths

Booster groups






















 Evaluation of 2013-14

The progress and attainment of pupils in receipt of the Pupil Premium was inconsistent when compared with pupils who did not receive it. In both key stage 1 & 2 the progress was variable; for example, in some years pupils made accelerated progress and were close to their peers. In terms of expected levels of progress through key stage 2, the progress of Pupil Premium pupils at the end of KS2 overall (2013-14) was below that of other pupils but with a reduced gap.


Actions for 2014 – 2015

Improved provision to support poor literacy and numeracy skills                                                      

Purchase of maths resources                                                                                                                          

Sharper focus on 1:1 interventions                                                                                                         

Further allocation of funds will be based on close analysis of assessments


Planned allocation of funding 2014-15  


Total Allocation for 2014-15 - £18500

Early Intervention

1:1 support including diagnostic time

Extra Teacher time to lead small teaching groups

TA led mentoring one to one sessions to consolidate learning

Purchase of maths resources e.g. numicon & training

One to one and small group teacher led maths sessions





Improving the impact of Teaching assistants

Teaching assistant training


Building independence and self - efficacy

Art Room

Forest School

In school nurture group/TA led groups

Residential visits and supporting music tuition, trips, swimming and other club fees

Developing Learning to Learn materials & information leaflets






Developing Speaking and listening skills

Literacy, Maths and computer programme resources

Booster groups



Developing parental involvement

Parent communication & involvement sessions

Home school link worker
























 October 2014






South Moreton School’s Ethos and Values.

South Moreton Primary School celebrates learning by aiming to provide :

  • Learning experiences which are enjoyable, challenging and creative
  • Opportunities for pupils to work both independently and cooperatively and to develop an understanding of themselves as learners
  • An ethos that promotes confidence, pride, hard work and high standards
  • A welcoming environment which promotes a strong level of parent and community involvement
  • Highly motivated staff
  • Equal opportunities for all


Pupils Vision Statement for South Moreton School

The pupils worked together with the school council to develop their vision for South Moreton School


This is a quick list of our policy documents.

For more information contact the school office: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Accessibility Plan


Admissions Policy


Anti-bullying Policy


Assessment Policy


Behaviour Policy


Bus Code of Conduct


Charging Policy for Parents  Charging Policy Summary


Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy


Complaints Policy  and Cover


Data Protection Policy - November and OCC


e-Safety Policy


EYFS Guide for Parents


Gifted and Talented


Guidelines for Home to School Transport


Marking Policy


PE Funding


Teaching and Learning Policy


Values Policy


Whistleblowing Procedure




S5 Box


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