Pupil Premium Statement
Pupil premium is allocated to the following:
- Pupils from low income families who in the last six years have been eligible for Free School Meals.
- Pupils from Service families.
- Pupils who have been in Local Authority Care (LAC) for more than six months.
In 2015-16 the school was allocated £71,600 to spend on raising the achievement of pupils eligible for pupil premium. The pupil premium was spent in the following way:
Pupil Premium Report for 2015 – 16 – Allocation £71,600
|We have employed an experienced teacher to provide small group work focusing on overcoming gaps in learning||£11 900|
|Small group teaching||£25 000|
|Additional teaching and learning opportunities provided by trained TA’s and external agencies||£23 700|
|Nurture Group support||£5 300|
|Financial support for swimming and curriculum visits||£3 900|
|We have employed a Family Liaison Officer to work with individual pupils and families to bridge home/school issues.||£1 300|
|Educational Psychologist Assessments||£500|
Impact of pupil premium spending at end of KS2
|Non pupil premium pupils||6 points expected||6 points expected||6 points expected|
|Non pupil premium pupils||95.9%|
The Pupil Premium grant for 2016/17 is £63,360
Our strategy document can be found below, which outlines our plan for the year.