Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Allocation

Pupil Premium Statement
The Government has set aside funding for schools to use in order to better support children who qualify for this Pupil Premium.

For the academic year or 2015-2016 we have used the Pupil Premium to fund a number of areas:

The impact of this work is measured in % of progress figures for the individuals / target groups in Reading, Writing and Maths. Group analysis shows that most children in the vulnerable groups are attaining higher than their ager related expectation nationally or are making at least good progress to narrow the gaps between themselves and their peers. The impact of teaching provision has been measured through regular lesson observations, learning walks and a robust performance management system: good progress has been made towards meeting our target or providing outstanding teaching. Work provided by outside agencies is monitored through final reports and meetings with representatives from the relevant agencies, together with continued monitoring of individuals.

For the academic year 2016-17, we will continue to focus on pupils who qualify for FSM and other vulnerable groups as identified by the DFE and Ofsted.

We have prioritised the use of the Pupil Premium as follows:

Statement & Reports