The pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement. These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals; those looked after by the local authority and children of armed service personnel.
|2018-2019||£19,800||Number of children supported: 14|
|2017-2018||£29,460||Number of children supported: 21|
|2016-2017||£29,460||Number of children supported: 21|
|2015-2016||£40,020||Number of children supported: 29|
|How we propose to spend Pupil Premium 2018-2019||Approximate costs||Expected Impact|
|Extra support targeted in Years 3, 4 and 5.||Part-time Teaching Assistants salaries.||Pupils will make good or accelerated progress.|
|SULP and lego therapy training for staff.||Approximately £350||Improved behaviour for learning, leading to good progress.|
|PASS survey and Boxall profile licences.||Approximately £350||Children's emotional needs and attitudes to learning are identified and effective strategies are put in place to support them.|
|Support for attendance at Extra-curricular/enrichment opportunities||£300 for cost and extra staff||
Increased confidence and self-esteem. Developing social skills.
How Pupil Premium has been spent 2017-2018
|Teaching and Learning interventions:|
|Extra support targeted in Years 2, 3, 4 and 5.||Part-time Teaching Assistants salaries.||9 out of 14 children made expected or accelerated progress.|
|Set-up Nurture Room||Approximately £500||Children needing social and emotional support have a safe space where they can take time to reflect and return to lessons ready to learn.|
|Support for attendance at Extra-curricular/enrichment opportunities||£300 for cost and extra staff||Year 5 children accessed the residential visit helping them prepare and be confident to start Year 6.|