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Pupil Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

 

 

Pupil Premium Report

 

Background

 

Schools are allocated a sum of money to support the educational provision for children from families who have a low income. The purpose of this ring-fenced funding is to support the social mobility of these pupils by helping them to make good progress at school: research evidence consistently shows significant under-performance amongst this group of children.

 

“Schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium as they see fit. However they will be held accountable for how they have used the additional funding to support pupils from low-income families. New measures will be included in the performance tables that will capture the achievement of those deprived pupils covered by the Pupil Premium.” [DfE, Dec 2011]

 

Please note that due to the small number of pupils involved it is not appropriate to break this data down further than is presented here. Individual pupil evaluations of attainment and progress are held by the school and monitored by the school’s governors.

 

Our Pupil Premium allocation for the academic year 2018-19 is £11,080. We are currently undertaking an audit of needs to ensure that the funding is used in the most effective way to break down any specific barriers to learning

 

See below for allocations and impact reports for previous years.

 

Our Pupil Premium allocation for the academic year 2017-18 is £8,380. This was spent on staff training, learning resources, additional teaching assistant hours and small group teaching hours.  We also supported families financially to enable all children to take part in learning opportunities that are usually funded by voluntary contributions.

 

What has been the impact of this additional funding?

 

PROGRESS over academic year 2016-17 of the targeted pupils:

100% made expected or better than expected progress in Reading

100% made expected or better than expected progress in Writing

100% made expected or better than expected progress in Maths

 

ATTAINMENT over academic year 2016-17 of the targeted pupils:

100% attained age related expectation or above in Reading

100% attained age related expectation or above in Writing

100% attained age related expectation or above in Maths

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Our Pupil Premium allocation for the academic year 2016-17 was £6,440. This was spent on staff training, learning resources, additional teaching assistant hours and small group teaching hours.

 

What has been the impact of this additional funding?

 

PROGRESS over academic year 2016-17 of the targeted pupils:

100% made expected or better than expected progress in Reading

100% made expected or better than expected progress in Writing

100% made expected or better than expected progress in Maths

 

ATTAINMENT over academic year 2016-17 of the targeted pupils:

100% attained age related expectation or above in Reading

100% attained age related expectation or above in Writing

100% attained age related expectation or above in Maths

 

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Our Pupil Premium allocation for the academic year 2015-16 was £7,760. This was spent on staff training, additional teaching assistant hours and small group teaching hours.

 

What has been the impact of this additional funding?

 

PROGRESS over academic year 2015-16 of the targeted pupils:

100% made expected or better than expected progress in Reading

100% made expected or better than expected progress in Writing

100% made expected or better than expected progress in Maths

 

ATTAINMENT over academic year 2015-16 of the targeted pupils:

100% attained age related expectation or above in Reading

100% attained age related expectation or above in Writing

100% attained age related expectation or above in Maths

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