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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium

 

The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011 and is allocated to schools to provide support for specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement. These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals and those looked after by the local authority and children of armed service personnel. All schools are required to publish online the amount of Pupil Premium received and how this is being used.

2015/16 Allocation

The 2015/16 allocation of Pupil Premium was £39,878.

 

The grant was spent on the following initiatives:

 

  • Assisting with the funding for full time PSA
  • Assisting with the cost of employing supply teacher cover to enable class teachers to deliver intervention programmes.
  • Training our teaching staff and teaching assistants to use intervention programmes to boost pupils’ learning and help them reach their potential.
  • Assisting with funding our 'Wake and Shake' breakfast club three mornings per week
  • Funding a teacher to provide one-to-one tuition, two afternoons per week.
  • Providing materials and equipment for small group intervention to improve outcomes in reading, writing and maths for vulnerable children.
  • Funding School meals for vulnerable children.
  • Funding extra-curricular and enrichment activities.
  • Subsidising school trips.

2014/15 Allocation

The 2014/15 allocation of Pupil Premium was £33,800.

 

The grant was spent on the following initiatives:

 

  • Assisting with the funding for full time PSA
  • Assisting with the cost of employing an additional teacher for part of the year to enable class teachers to deliver intervention programmes.
  • Training our teaching staff and teaching assistants to use intervention programmes to boost pupils’ learning and help them reach their potential.
  • Assisting with funding our 'Wake and Shake' breakfast club three mornings per week
  • Funding a teacher to provide one-to-one tuition, two afternoons per week.
  • Providing materials and equipment for small group intervention, including Read Write Inc. resources, to improve outcomes in reading, writing and maths for vulnerable children.
  • Funding School meals for vulnerable children.
  • Subsidising some school trips.

2013/14 Allocation

The 2013/14 allocation of Pupil Premium was £21,400.

 

The grant was spent on the following initiatives:

 

  • Assisting with the cost of SENCO release time to work with small groups of children.
  • Assisting with the funding of full time PSA
  • Assisting with the cost of employing teaching assistants to enable class teachers to deliver intervention programmes.
  • Training our teaching staff and teaching assistants to use intervention programmes to boost pupils’ learning and help them reach their potential.
  • Assisting with funding our 'Wake and Shake' breakfast club three mornings per week.
  • Funding a teacher to provide one-to-one tuition, one day per week.
  • Funding PSA to undertake Counselling for Children and Adolescents.
  • Providing materials and equipment for small group intervention to improve outcomes in reading, writing and maths for vulnerable children.
  • Funding School meals for vulnerable children.
  • Funding extra-curricular and enrichment activities.
  • Subsidising some school trips.

2012/13 Allocation

The 2012/13 allocation of Pupil Premium was £13,706.

 

The grant was spent on the following initiatives:

 

  • Assisting with the cost of employing teaching assistants to enable class teachers to deliver intervention programmes.
  • Training our teaching staff and teaching assistants to use intervention programmes to boost pupils’ learning and help them reach their potential.
  • Funding a teacher to provide one-to-one tuition, one day per week.
  • Providing materials and equipment for small group intervention to improve outcomes in reading, writing and maths for vulnerable children.
  • Subsidising some school trips.

2011/12 Allocation

The 2011/12 allocation of Pupil Premium was £7808.

 

The grant was spent on the following initiatives:

  • Assisting with the cost of employing teaching assistants to enable class teachers to deliver intervention programmes
  • Training our teaching staff and teaching assistants to use intervention programmes to boost pupils’ learning and help them reach their potential.
  • Subsidising some school trips.
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