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Pupil Premium
2016-2017 school's total Pupil Premium allocation is £30,360

The planned spend is as follows to support pupils learning:
  • to provide one to one and small group intervention programs to raise progress in basic skills
  • to provide Ipads for all pupils in receipt of Free School Meals in order to practise basic skills.
  • To fund residential visits and school trips to those pupils in receipt of Free School Meals
  • to provide school book bag, tie and PE bag to all pupils starting in Reception class
  • to provided enrichment opportunities including Key Strings

  Our Pupil Premium Allocation for 2015/16 was £43,560
Within our School Improvement Plan this allocation will be used for:

   TA Provision, to implement one to one daily programs to improve basic skills in Literacy & Numeracy in both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. TA support in classrooms enabling small group work. 

  Curriculum Enrichment – Funding Key Strings music enrichment experience for all pupils, Science workshops and E-safety Drama

Pupil Premuim Outcomes at the end of Key Stage 2 for 2016

% achieved Expected                                      Progress                Attainment
Disadvantage pupils                                            0%                            25%
Non-Disadvantaged                                         38%                           79%
Disadvantage pupils                                           75%                           75%
Non-Disadvantaged                                         92%                           83%
Disadvantage pupils                                           25%                           75%
Non-Disadvantaged                                         13%                           63%

 Pupil Premium Outcomes at end of Key Stage 2 2015


 83 %          DIS pupils achieved expected progress      50% excedded
 91 %          Non DIS achieved expected progress        23% exceeded

83%          DIS achieved expected progress                  33% exceeded
95%          Non DIS achieved expected progress          50% exceeded


 50%     DIS achieved expected progress                       33% exceeded
 73%     Non DIS achieved expected progress               41% exceeded