Pupil Premium

 

2016-17 Statement

 Allocation £300

The allocation for the 2016-17 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.

2017-18 Statement

Allocation £2640

The allocation for 2017-18 is based upon two pupils who became eligible for funding during the Summer Term 2017.

The governing body have identified the following areas, that pupil premium money may be used to support pupils with during this academic year:-

  • Providing small group work with an experienced teacher or learning support assistant focussed on overcoming gaps in learning.
  • Additional teaching and learning opportunities provided by trained LSAs or external agencies.
  • Constant staff development and training to ensure that all staff in school are able to provide for each individual child.
  • A broad and varied extra-curricular programme to offer experience outside of the classroom to all children.
  • Individual support programmes, across all areas of the curriculum.

2018-19 Statement

 Provisional allocation £2640

The allocation for 2018-19 is based upon two pupils who were on roll in the Autumn Term 2017, but have since transferred to secondary school. At the time of the Autumn Term 2018 census 3 different pupils were eligible for funding and the number of eligible pupils has now increased to 5. None of the funding recieved in the 2018-19 financial year relates to these pupils and the school will only recieve funding for 3 of the pupils from September 2019 and for all 5 from September 2020.

The governing body have again identified the following areas, that pupil premium money may be used to support pupils with during this academic year:-

  • Providing small group work with an experienced teacher or learning support assistant focussed on overcoming gaps in learning.
  • Additional teaching and learning opportunities provided by trained LSAs or external agencies.
  • Constant staff development and training to ensure that all staff in school are able to provide for each individual child.
  • A broad and varied extra-curricular programme to offer experience outside of the classroom to all children.
  • Individual support programmes, across all areas of the curriculum.

A review of the impact of this spending on eligible pupils will be carried out in July 2019.