What is Pupil Premium?
Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011 and is additional funding given to schools for:
- Children from low income families who are eligible for free school meals or who have been eligible at any point in the last 6 years.
- Looked after children (adopted / fostered).
- Children with parents in the Armed forces.
It is to be used by schools, to enable these pupils to reach their potential.
What are the main barriers to learning our pupils experience?
There is no single difficulty faced by all.
These are some of the things that can hinder learning:
Having low expectations/esteem/aspirations and/or a fixed mindset:
For example: believing you are not good enough; being unable to accept failing as part of learning; being unwilling to take risks; being unwilling to make mistakes
Not being supported to succeed in school
For example: being overtired; being frequently absent from school; being discouraged by hearing others' talk negatively; not being ready for school e.g. missed breakfast, lateness, missing equipment/kit
Not having the same opportunities, experiences, knowledge & skills as most children the same age
For example: not understanding/using a wide vocabulary; not making desired/expected progress
How do I apply for Free School Meals?
Please complete an online application by clicking the link below.
How much Pupil Premium has been allocated for the next academic year?
We have been allocated £161,065 Pupil Premium funding for financial year 2021/2022.
How do we intend to spend Pupil Premium funding for financial year 2021/2022?
- To ensure quality first teaching so that PP pupils make accelerated progress from their starting points
- Staffing to deliver specific interventions programmes for reading, writing, maths and phonics.
- Contribute towards the cost of Thrive, Nurture and Wellbeing.
- Increased pastoral support.
- Speech and Language support.
- Provide free school milk.
- Subsidised breakfast club places.
DUE TO COVID-19 THE PUPIL PREMIUM STRATEGY 2020/21 IS UNDER CONSTANT REVIEW AS A RESULT OF SCHOOL CLOSURES & WILL BE FORMALLY REVIEWED AT THE END OF THIS ACADEMIC YEAR
See attached Pupil Premium Strategy for 2021-2023
(including review for 2020-2021)
See attached Pupil Premium Strategy for 2020-2021
See attached Pupil Premium Strategy for 2019-2020
See attached Pupil Premium Strategy for 2018/2019
How do we ensure effective use of Pupil Premium?
We hold regular Pupil Progress meetings with the Maths, English, Reading Leads including the SEND lead. Individual progress is monitored and strategies/interventions are put in place to accelerate and support progress. The School Leadership Team and Governing Body monitor the impact of all spending and interventions, including the Pupil premium.