Pupil Premium Grant
Schools are required to publish details of their Pupil Premium allocation; how they plan to spend the allocation in the current year; how the previous year's allocation was spent and the effect of the expenditure on the attainment of those pupils for whom the funding was allocated.
A number of our Pupil Premium children have significant Special Needs and receive intensive support in this area. Other children require support to close the gap with all other children nationally. Some children require support to reach the higher standard. Barriers to learning are identified on a personal basis and plans put in place to meet individual needs.
We anticipate that our funding for 2016-2017 will be £17,160. We are not aware, at this stage in the year, that we will receive any funding for the Early Years Pupil Premium.
This funding will be used to meet the needs of a small cohort of children by personalising learning for them. As 36% of our children in receipt of this funding also have Special Educational Needs then this is an important approach.
We use the funding to support the provision of targeted Teaching Assistant support and to deliver personalised programmes in small groups e.g. TELL, Read Write Inc. phonics. Other support is delivered according to the attainment and progress of individual children. This support is tracked by our Pupil Premium Champion (Mrs Wilson).
A summary of the 2015-16 spending and the impact of this on children's results can be found by opening the Pupil Premium Statement attached below. We review the progress of Pupil Premium children at least termly at this time support is also reviewed to ensure we meet current needs.
|Pupil Premium Statement 2012-13||[pdf 60KB]|
|Pupil Premium Statement 2013-14||[pdf 46KB]|
|Pupil Premium Statement 2014-15||[docx 13KB]|
|Pupil Premium Statement 2015-2016||[pdf 126KB]|