The pupil premium grant is the additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.
Pupil Premium Allocation 2017 – 2018
£1,320 per pupil
The main criteria used for pupil premium is the eligibility for free school meals within the last six years.
School also receives a premium of £1,900 per pupil who has been looked after for 1 day or more or who was adopted or left care under a special guardianship or residence order after 1 December 2005.
Additionally pupils in year groups reception to year 11 recorded as Ever 6 Service Child or in receipt of a child pension from the Ministry of Defence are eligible for £300 per pupil.
Total Pupil Premium Fund
|Number of pupils eligible for deprivation premium||% of pupils eligible for deprivation premium||LAC/prev LAV||Service children||Total allocation + LAC and Service|
How does our school spend Pupil Premium?
2016/2017 Spending Review
- 1:1 targeted teacher tuition to accelerate progress for underachieving pupils eligible for PP.
- Targeted behaviour 1:1 and small group support.
- 1:1 phonics tuition to ensure eligible pupils meet the expected standard in year 1.
- FRIENDS programme to support social development and emotional resilience.
- Enabling children to access after school clubs and activities through subsidised places.
- Subsiding school and residential trips to broaden their experience and social development.
- Subsidised places in breakfast and after school provision to improve attendance and punctuality.
- Supporting specific additional needs.
- Support to ensure pupils are fully equipped to access the curriculum including subsidised school uniform.
How do we evaluate the effectiveness of Pupil Premium?
The progress of pupils eligible for pupil premium is assessed through the termly collection of academic data.
The effectiveness of the allocation of funds is rigorously reviewed through the school’s provision map. The provision map allows us to record and evaluate the effectiveness of interventions accessed by individuals and groups of pupils.
Virtual Schools require the submission of individually evaluated data regarding the allocation of pupil premium + for looked after children (LAC). The LAC premium is managed by the designated Virtual School Headteacher (VSH) and used for the benefit of the looked-after child’s educational needs as described in their personal education plan.
The allocation of pupil premium + for pupils who are formally looked after and is now adopted or left care under a special guardianship or residence order is reported to parents / carers on an individual basis.
What is the impact of Pupil Premium on progress?
|Year 6 2016-2017 Data||2016-17||2016-17|
|Data is based upon 3 pupils receiving a Premium in 2016-2017||Premium||Non Premium|
|% of children achieving expected standard in reading||67%|
|% of children achieving expected standard in writing||67%|
|% of children achieving expected standard in grammar||100%|
|% of children achieving expected standard in maths||33%|
|% of eligible pupils achieving end of key stage expectations||100%||67%||33%|
|All Key Stage 2||75%||75%||73%|
If you have questions regarding pupil premium please arrange a time to speak to Mrs Harwood.