PUPIL PREMIUM
 
In 2012-13 the Government started its Pupil Premium Funding.  This fund is 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. 

These monies aim to ensure that pupils reach their full potential, both academically and socially.

In the academic year of 2014-15 the school received £135,259 in Pupil Premium Funding. 

In 2014-2015 the school spent these funds on the following:

  • Additional LSA support to deliver specific academic and social interventions or within small groups
  • Additional LSA support within every classroom
 

 

In 2015-16 the school  received £127,867  in Pupil Premium Funding :
In 2015-16 the school spent these funds on the following:
  • Additional LSA support to deliver specific academic and social interventions or within small group
  • Additional LSA support within every classroom
  • We  employ a part time Parent Support Worker to provide additional support for our families.
  • We employ a full time dedicated Teaching Assistant within our Nursery to support language development through play.

     Impact
 
83% of non SEN KS1 children receiving pupil premium are working at or above their age-related expectations in reading and writing.
 
88% of non SEN KS1 children receiving pupil premium are working at or above their age related expectations in Maths.
 
Dr Tom Lewis is our Pupil Premium governor.