Pupil Premium

Our aim is to narrow the gap in attainment and educational opportunity between those children attracting pupil premium funding and their peers.

How will we know that the funding is having an impact?

Intervention, academic or pastoral, is measured in pupil progress meetings at least termly.

Our tracking systems ensure that children's progress is monitored carefully and that provision matches individual need at any given point in time. The pupil premium children are highlighted on school systems to allow careful monitoring of both individuals and the group as a whole.

The school's ethos is one of genuine concern and care for all to achieve their fullest potential. Great emphasis is placed on all staff members knowing and understanding every child well, treating children with the utmost respect and empowering them to become responsible, confident and resilient learners in our school. As such, we discuss, monitor and support children's well-being needs regularly which informs the cycle of provision.

For a detailed evaluation of last year's spend please click on the link below.

Pupil premium strategy  2016- 2017

This year the school was allocated £28,560 under the pupil premium funding. We are using this to provide extra 1:1 tuition, small group support, parental involvement worker, providing uniform, visits, and one club/musical tuition each half term. The full pupil premium impact report for 2016-2017 will be uploaded by the end of the Summer Term 2017, once the final assessments and evaluations have taken place.

Disadvantaged Funding Impact Report 2015 - 2016

Pupil Premium Report Academic Year 2014-2015