Pupil Premium

The school currently spends its pupil premium allocation on providing small group intervention programmes and on one to one and small group tuition for pupils throughout the school.

2013 - 14 Statement

Allocation £5400.

£4000 of this money is allocated for one to one and small group tuition.

£1400 of this money is allocated to staffing for Learning Support Assistants to provide in class support for children in receipt of the pupil premium.

The average points score of disadvantaged year 6 pupils in 2014 was 32.3 which was significantly above other pupils in the school (29.6) and well above the national figure of 29.4 for disadvantaged pupils.

2014-15 Statement

Allocation £2994

The allocation for the 2014-15 academic year was for 2 pupils in Year 6 in the previous academic year who left in July 2014 and one pupil who had left the school during Year 5. There were therefore no pupils in the school in 2014-15 who qualified for the pupil premium.

The total allocation of £2994 was spent on one to one and small group tuition for pupils who we identified as requiring further support. These pupils were all in Upper Key Stage 2.

2015-16 Statement

Allocation £300

The allocation for the 2015-16 related to one specific pupil. The money was spent on buying in additional speech and language support £180 and on the purchase of resources to support the development of language - £120.