Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium Grant is additional funding provided to schools to give extra support to groups of pupils.  Pupils are eligible for extra funding if: they have been eligible for free school meals in the last six years; they are in the care of, or provided with accommodation by, an English local authority (LAC); or they have one or more parent who works or has worked in the armed forces within the last six years.

Our Aims for Pupil Premium

  • To narrow the attainment gap between children who receive pupil premium funding and those who do not.
  • To enable those children receiving pupil premium funding to make expected progress by the end of Key Stage 1
  •  To enable those children receiving pupil premium funding to make at least expected progress between Key Stage 1 and 2
  •  To ensure that all children have equal opportunity to attend residential visits which will have positive impact upon their well-being

Pupil Premium is spent on a range of activities and initiatives to ensure the above objectives are met. These include:

  •  1:1 tuition to support individual learning in literacy and maths.
  • Sessions with specialist TAs to support emotional learning.
  • Covering the cost of residential and curriculum visits.
  • Mid-morning snacks and milk available for all pupil premium children.
  • Music tuition paid for pupil premium children to remove financial barriers

A large part of our pupil premium grant is used to provide extra TA hours. This allows us to provide: 

  • Intervention programmes to raise attainment in reading, writing and maths.
  • Reciprocal groups in reading, writing and maths.
  • Small group work or 1:1 support within the classroom.

What is the impact of our pupil premium spending?

We regularly review and evaluate our spending of pupil premium funding to ensure it is being spent on strategies that provide the most impact for our pupils.

Please click the following link to view our latest pupil premium strategy.  This document provides a detailed breakdown of the spending of the pupil premium grant and the reasoning behind the choices of these.  The document also gives an evaluation on previous spending and the impact it has had.

Click the link below for our pupil premium strategy.  This outlines how we have spent the pupil premium funding this year and the impact this has had.

“Ensuring funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.”

“Pupil Premium is spent on a range of activities and initiatives to ensure our objectives are met.”

Funding Received

2017 – £28,224

2018 – £26,920

2019 – £26,920