Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and to ‘close the gap’ between them and their peers.

Pupil Premium Policy 2018-19

Pupil Premium Action Plan 2018.

Pupil Premium KS2 attainment data 2018

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement.

Click here to view or download our Pupil Premium Attainment Figures for 2016-17

Pupil Premium Allocation – Summary

Pupil Premium allocation for 2017/2018: £40600.

33 children

What Why Cost Outcomes
Learning Mentor support


Social, emotional, behavioural support


£15997 Identified children supported to overcome barriers and accelerate  progress : evidenced in tracking data and book scrutiny
Nurture support


Social, emotional, behavioural support


£4796 Identified children supported to develop self esteem, confidence . Evidenced in Boxall profiles
Additional teaching sessions

2 x 2hrs per week (teacher led)

Closing gaps in English and Maths


£1400 Targeted support:

reviewed by progress meetings and data tracking

Educational visits – financial support Enrichment experience


£4070 Broad and balanced curriculum underpinned by termly curriculum linked visits
Digital technology Supporting  English: Reading


£2000 Identified children have support to develop love of reading further, impact on reading skills.
Shakespeare Project


Supporting English  and life skills


£2700 Development of confidence, self esteem, reading and writing skills
Beanstalk Reading Project



Supporting  reading skills and reading for pleasure


£642 Identified children development of reading fluency and comprehension: tracked through data and pupil voice
Additional LSP hours


Supporting social emotional behavioural needs £1486 Targeting individuals for social enagement and self esteem
   TOTAL COST £33,091
NOT ALLOCATED             £7509