Early Years Pupil Premium suite of documents
Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) is additional funding to improve the educational outcomes for disadvantaged 3 and 4 year olds. The aim of the funding is to close the achievement gap between disadvantaged children and the rest so that all children are supported to develop the skills they need to be successful learners.
Research shows that disadvantaged children may start early education at a lower level of development than would be typical for their age. Research shows that access to high quality early years provision with at least good teaching and learning enables children to catch up quickly.
As part of the Ofsted framework, schools and settings are required to evidence the positive impact of intervention strategies on outcomes for all children, in particular disadvantaged children who are in receipt of additional funding.
The HfL Early Year’s team have developed a suite of documents to guide and support practitioners in recording and evaluating the work they do to make a difference to children in receipt of funding. The suite of documents includes:
A guide that provides an overview to the process for receiving and using EYPP.
A blank template to support with identifying children with one of more vulnerabilities of the cohort.
Guidance to complete the ‘Disadvantaged and Vulnerable Children Overview’.
A blank template to record details of planned intervention strategies to meet the range of individual children’s needs.
Guidance to complete the ‘EYPP intervention planning template’.
A blank template to record the evaluation and impact of EYPP intervention strategies.
Guidance to complete the ‘EYPP evaluation of intervention strategies template’ on the outcomes for children in receipt of funding.
A blank template to record the impact of intervention on outcomes for individuals and adaptations to provision in response to assessment information.
Guidance to complete the ‘EYPP/G Individual Tracker’.
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