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The Pupil Premium Grant

The Pupil Premium Grant

The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement. These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals; those looked after by the local authority and children of armed service personnel.

Allocation of Funding 2016 - 2017

Activity

Objective

Cost

Intended Outcome

Family Worker Teaching Assistant for pastoral support: 1:1 mentoring; parenting advice and support; Early Help, liaising with outside agencies and attending meetings

To provide support to individual children and families, so that children have successful relationships, improved self-esteem, confidence and well-being and are ready to learn.

£4500.00

Children are settled and making at least good progress in line with their peers.  In some cases are exceeding their peers.

Children are confident in seeking help when it is needed.

Children are happy in and out of the classroom with their friends.

Additional Teaching Assistant support

Teaching Assistant support within class time, to provide regular daily support to sustain and accelerate individual children's learning progress.  Working with specific groups to reinforce basic skills.

£4000

The vast majority of children have made outstanding progress.

 

Where children have additional learning needs, they have also made good progress from their own starting points.

Teacher led small group tuition for writing

To sustain and accelerate individual children's learning progress

£2000

As above

Subsidised trips, uniform, equipment, music lessons  and clubs

To enable children to participate in wider activities

£2000

Pupils’ attendance is good.  All children have continued to develop social skills both within and outside school.

 

 

£12500

 

 

Allocation of Funding 2015 - 2016

Activity

Objective

Cost

Intended Outcome

Family Worker Teaching Assistant for pastoral support: 1:1 mentoring; parenting advice and support; Early Help, liaising with outside agencies and attending meetings

To provide support to individual children and families, so that children have successful relationships, improved self-esteem, confidence and well-being and are ready to learn.

£4500.00

Children are settled and making at least good progress in line with their peers.  In some cases are exceeding their peers.

Children are confident in seeking help when it is needed.

Children are happy in and out of the classroom with their friends.

Additional Teaching Assistant support

Teaching Assistant support within class time, to provide regular daily support to sustain and accelerate individual children's learning progress.  Working with specific groups to reinforce basic skills.

£4450

The vast majority of children have made outstanding progress.

 

Where children have additional learning needs, they have also made good progress from their own starting points.

Teacher led small group tuition for writing

To sustain and accelerate individual children's learning progress

5000.00

As above

Subsidised trips, uniform, equipment, music lessons  and clubs

To enable children to participate in wider activities

4250

Pupils’ attendance is good.  All children have continued to develop social skills both within and outside school.

 

 

18200

 

PDF icon  The Pupil Premium Grant 2014 - 2015 Review

PDF icon  Equality Act 2010 and Pupil Premium Sept 2015

PDF icon  Equality Act 2010 and Pupil Premium Sept 2014

PDF icon  Equality Act 2010 and Pupil Premium Sept 2013

PDF icon  Equality Act 2010 and Pupil Premium Sept 2012