The Pupil Premium Grant is money paid in addition to the school’s budget. This is awarded on various factors according to the number of pupils who are eligible for Free School Meals, those pupils who qualify through Ever 6 (pupils who, in the past 6 years, have been in receipt of Free School Meals) , those whose parents have served in the Armed Forces and the numbers of Looked After/previously Looked After Children. Schools are free to decide how to allocate this funding to best support the raising of attainment for these most vulnerable pupils.
Pupil Premium (PP) 2018/19
In 2018-19 the Pupil Premium Grant is £51,440. Close monitoring of pupil targets and their needs to meet these targets. These are recorded on Pupil Premium Education Plans. Money may be spent on:-
- Identified specific additional needs and support needed.
- Enabled children to develop a positive attitude to their learning, be confident independently and be able to take responsibility for some of their own learning (resources in school/changing books when needed etc) through resilience support and Learning Mentor deployment.
- Improving the outcomes of children in phonics (KS1) from low starting points, literacy and mathematics
- Developed children’s confidence in their approach to peers and learning, through in class and Learning Mentor support.
- Worked with families to improve attendance rates for pupils eligible for PP.
- Developed more enrichment opportunities to be made available for all pupils, both to facilitate access across all curriculum areas and to promote identification and development of any talented pupils.
To see this year’s strategy in full please see the following document:
Pupil Premium (PP) 2017/18
In 2017-18, the Pupil Premium Grant was £49,200.
How this money was used:
Pupil Premium (PP) 2016/17
The funding for this financial year in total was £36,800.
How this money was used
- Additional TA support to deliver personalised intervention programmes for PP eligible pupils.
- Providing targeted teacher support for pupils not yet achieving age related expectations.through employing an additional teacher to reduce class size in Year 6 and enable more quality first teaching for PP eligible pupils
- Targeted Maths support for PP eligible pupils.
- Provision of extra-curricular and enrichment activities for children both in and out of school.
- Funding PP eligible pupils to participate in school trips, where this is deemed to have an impact on learning.
- Staff training in the Accelerated Reading Scheme and resources bought and implementation of the scheme.
- Employment of a Learning Mentor to support PP eligible pupils with Social and Emotional Needs.
- Counselling for PP eligible pupils.
- Bought in services from specialist consultants.
For more information about the impact of this please see the document:
Does your child qualify for Pupil Premium? View the document below to find out more:
Feel free to enquire at the school office or speak to the Headteacher for further information.