Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Funding

Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011. Schools were allocated funding to support low-income families who were eligible for free school meals, looked after children and those from families with parents in the Armed Forces.

Report on Pupil Premium Spending 2016/2017

Number of pupils on roll : 80

Total number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium: 12

Amount of Pupil Premium received per pupil: £300 - £1900

Total amount of Pupil Premium received: £14,960

Nature of support:

Supply teaching for phonics booster support and extended reading and writing enrichment support groups. Music tuition for guitar, recorder, drums. Subsidising residential trips.

Impact of Pupil Premium:

Overall pupils eligible for pupil premium have continued to make better than expected progress during the past academic year.  Their needs and the impact of current provision are reviewed as part of our termly data review and spending adjusted according to need. 

Report on Pupil Premium Spending 2015/2016

Number of pupils on roll:  89

Total Number of Pupils Eligible for Pupil Premium: 12

Amount of Pupil Premium Received per Pupil:  £300-£1900

Total Amount of Pupil Premium Received:  £12,920

Nature of Support: 

Extended reading and writing enrichment groups with supply teachers, extra teaching assistant support, 1:1 reading support and maths extension groups; subsidising residential trips and music lessons; counselling and speech and language therapy.

Impact of Pupil Premium: 

Overall pupils eligible for pupil premium have continued to make better than expected progress during the past academic year.  Their needs and the impact of current provision are reviewed as part of our termly data review and spending adjusted according to need.

Report on Pupil Premium Spending 2014/2015

Number of pupils on roll:  89

Total Number of Pupils Eligible for Pupil Premium: 10

Amount of Pupil Premium Received per Pupil:  £900-£1900

Total Amount of Pupil Premium Received:  £13,100

Nature of Support: 

Extended reading and writing enrichment groups, 1:1 reading support and maths extension groups; subsidising music lessons; counselling and speech and language therapy.

Impact of Pupil Premium: 

Overall pupils eligible for pupil premium have continued to make better than expected progress during the past academic year.  Their needs and the impact of current provision are reviewed as part of our termly data review and spending adjusted according to need.

Report on Pupil Premium Spending 2013/2014

Number of pupils on Roll: 101

Total Number of Pupils Eligible for Pupil Premium: 11

Amount of Pupil Premium Received per Pupil:  £300-£953

Total Amount of Pupil Premium Received:  £7871

Nature of Support:

1:1 Reading and Writing Support. Small group Reading and Writing support, increased TA support in KS1, maintaining existing learning support, provision and enriching curriculum provision, subsidising residential trips, additional sporting provision.

Impact of Pupil Premium:

1:1 and small group support has been aimed at those children who needed to make increased amount of progress and continues to be successful.  Their needs are reviewed as part of our termly pupil progress meetings and spending adjusted according to need.