Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Pupil Premium Funding

The Pupil Premium funding from the Department of Education is given to schools to support pupils who qualify for the funding, such as children who are looked after or are entitled to free school meals, (not to be confused with Universal Free School Meals, which are currently available to all children in Reception to Year Two). At our school, we use the funding to support and challenge the learning of these pupils, so that they make at least good progress in the core areas. We also use the money to support the well-being of our pupils who are entitled to the funding, and therefore use the money to cover the cost of additional curriculum opportunities, such as clubs and trips.

As a school, we continually evaluate the success of this funding in securing the pupil’s academic progress; ensuring that there is no attainment gap between the outcomes achieved for our pupils who qualify for the funding and other pupils nationally and within the school.

Impact of Funding 2018 – 2019

Highlights

Focus – Accelerated Progress

  • Pupils in Reception made outstanding progress. Two children achieved exceeding in Number, Shape and Space, demonstrating accelerated progress. All Pupil Premium children achieved GLD
  • One child in Year Two made accelerated progress in writing from their Reception exit.
  • All pupils made expected progress, 40% made accelerated progress in at least one area of the curriculum

Focus – Year Two Outcomes

  • Every child in Year Two receiving the funding achieved expected in writing and Maths

Curriculum Enrichment

  • All children receiving the funding participated in at least one extra-curricular clubs

Pupil Premium Strategy July 2019

Pupil Premium February Review 2019

Strategic Plan for PP December 2018-2019

Impact of Funding 2017 – 2018

Highlights

Focus – Reading

  • 100% of pupils met the expected standard in the Year One statutory Phonics Assessment
  • Progress for this group was in line with their peers, whilst some made accelerated progress in reading.
  • 75% of pupils met the expected standard for their year group in the area of reading.

Focus – Attendance

  • In 2018, the attendance of Pupil Premium was better than their peers at 96.6%

Pupil Premium Strategy 2018 Impact Update PDF

If you have any queries regarding this area, please speak to Mrs Rogers who is the lead for Pupil Premium at our school.