Pupil Premium

In 2011-12 the Government launched Pupil Premium Funding. The funding is allocated to schools based on the number of pupils in the school who are eligible for Free School Meals and/or are in care. From 2012-13 the funding was expanded to include children who have been eligible with in the last six years. In school, this money is allocated for initiatives to ensure pupils reach their full potential both academically and socially. Below, you can see how we allocated the funding in the last school year.


Number of pupils on roll and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) received  (2015-16)

  • Total number of pupils on roll:  268
  • Total number of pupils eligible for PPG:  18
  • Amount of PPG received per pupil:  £1300
  • Total amount of PPG received:  £23,400

Nature of Support, 2015-16

  • Rapid Writing literacy intervention
  • Legadel specialist intervention
  • Reading Comprehension booster group
  • CPD for staff
  • school clubs, including Art. Confectionary, Construction, Gardening, Hockey, Library, Table-Tennis and times-tables
  • Residential trip
  • Luce and Security
  • SATs support

* Click here for more detailed information on the school’s Pupil Premium Expenditure for 2015-16


Nature of Support, 2014-15

  • 1-2-1 support
  • SATs support groups
  • Rapid Writing
  • Outside specialist support staff – Legadel
  • variety of intervention and booster groups
  • extra reading support
  • social skills group
  • lunchtime clubs

 

Impact of support

Please click here for information on impact of Pupil Premium.


 Nature of Support, 2013-14

  • 1-2-1 support
  • variety of intervention groups
  • extra reading support
  • phonics groups
  • numeracy booster groups
  • speech & language
  • literacy booster group
  • social skills group
  • mentoring & pastoral care
  • activity clubs resources
  • professional development training for staff
  • targeted occupational therapy
  • health checks

Click link below to see the school’s Pupil Premium policy

Pupil Premium policy 2014