Pupil Premium Funding
Each year we are allocated some additional funds in our budget linked to the needs of some vulnerable pupils. In our school these are usually children who have been granted free school meals now or in the last 6 years and Looked After Children usually children adopted or other specific circumstances. This funding is aimed at supporting these vulnerable children to be successful in their primary education. We are required to report on how these funds are used.
Academic year 2016-17 Pupil Premium Strategy
Click on the heading above to see our strategy for 2016-17.
Academic year 2015-2016
In 2015-16 we had £23,338.00 for 13 pupils who are either Free School Meals (FSM) pupils or Post Looked After Children (LAC) pupils.
Click here for further information about the impact of our Pupil Premium programme.
Academic year 2014-2015
In 2014-15 we were allocated funding for 13 pupils entitled to Pupil Premium / Pupil Premium Plus
We funded the following activities:
Part funding of an individual support teaching assistant
A part-time teacher to provide individual or small group learning support for identified pupils
All identified pupils made the following progress:
Early Years Foundation Stage
All pupils made better than expected progress and achieved or exceeded expected attainment in all or nearly all areas of learning.
Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2
Reading – All but one pupil made expected or better progress. Over half made good or better progress.
Writing – Nearly all made expected or better progress. Just over half made good or better progress.
Maths – Nearly all made expected or better progress. Over half made good or better progress.