Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium grant is allocated to schools in two parts, which are:

  • Pupil premium for pupils known to be eligible for free school meals (FSM) in any of the previous six years and service children in mainstream schools
  • Pupil premium for looked-after children and pupils eligible for FSM in any of the previous six years in non-mainstream settings

In financial year 2011-2012 the school received a pupil premium allocation of £8170 for 17 eligible children.

In financial year 2012-2013 the school received a pupil premium allocation of £15,600 for 21 eligible children.

Nature of support 2011-2012

  • One to one tutoring for Y6 children
  • One to one tutoring for pupils with SEN from specialist teachers
  • Funding additional hours for teaching assistants to work with vulnerable children and support their progress
  • Resources purchased to support the work around individual behaviour plans of vulnerable children
  • Funding for day and residential trips enabling children to participate in this extra school activity

Nature of support 2012-2013

  • One to one tutoring for pupils with SEN from specialist teachers
  • Funding additional hours for teaching assistants to work with vulnerable children and support their progress and behaviour
  • Additional support from an Educational Welfare Officer to improve the attendance of vulnerable children
  • Purchase of additional ICT hardware to support the work of vulnerable children
  • Funding for day and residential trips enabling children to participate in this extra school activity
  • Individual music tuition financial support
  • Attendance at homework club for vulnerable children.

Measuring the impact of PPG spending

  • One child was able to attend the residential holiday, their first experience of going on holiday.
  • The child receiving one to one support for literacy achieved a Level 4 in English following tuition.
  • Reduction in the number of playtime incidents for pupils receiving additional teaching assistant support at lunchtime.
  • At the end of KS2 in the last two years six children were at School Action Plus of the code of Practce for Special Educational Needs. All received additional tuition from specialist teachers or teaching asistants. All six made two levels progress in reading and two children made three levels progress. Four children made two levels progress in writing. Five made two levels progress in maths with two making three levels progress.

 

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