Pupil Premium 2017 / 2018

The support that we provide, funded by the Pupil Premium grant is for the purpose of accelerating progress. The majority of children leave our school at or above the national average. Our target is for every child to make progress that is good or better.

Funding

2013/2014

£28.825

2014/2015

£37,600

2015/2016

£43,733

2016/2017

£34,920

2017/2018

£36,240

 

The funding for pupil premium will be allocated following annual analyses of date. From this we will identify priorities for the year ahead. We will focus on:

  • 'Children Looked After' for a period of six months or more.

  • Children who are eligible for free school meals due to low income.

  • Children who have been eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years.

  • Children from families who work in the Armed Forces.

  • Children with English as an additional language.

  • Eligible children who are performing below age related expectations.

  • Eligible children who are falling behind their expected targets.

Impact of Pupil Premium Funding 2015/2016

For the financial year 2015/2016 our additional Pupil Premium Funding was 43,733. The school keeps a detailed account of how this amount is allocated.

Finance

£7000

Teacher support and assessment

£33,500

Support staff for the time spent working with the children. The support provided is detailed on class profiles that are updated each term.

£2000

Emotional health and well-being support

£622

Training for staff

 

The impact of the interventions on Pupil Premium children.

Reading: 83% of Pupil Premium pupils made good or better progress in reading over the year.

Writing: 61% of Pupil Premium pupils made good or better progress in writing over the year.

Maths: 83% of Pupil Premium pupils made good or better progress in maths over the year.

Impact of Pupil Premium Funding 2016/2017

For the financial year 2016/2017 our additional Pupil Premium Funding was £34,920. The school keeps a detailed breakdown of how this amount is allocated.

Finance

£4,131

Teacher support and assessment

£30,109

Support staff for the time spent working with the children. The support provided is detailed on class profiles that are updated each term.

£2000

Emotional health and well-being support

£50

Training for staff

 

The impact of the interventions on Pupil Premium children.

Reading: 60% of Pupil Premium pupils made good or better progress in reading over the year.

Writing: 87% of Pupil Premium pupils made good or better progress in writing over the year.

Maths: 73% of Pupil Premium pupils made good or better progress in Maths over the year.