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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium

 

General Statement

The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011. The funding is provided in addition to the main school funding and is intended to help disadvantaged pupils to ‘close the gap’ and to raise attainment and improve progress.  Children who are eligible include:

 

  • Pupils who have been registered for Free School Meals (FSM) at any point in the last six years
  • Pupils who are Looked After Children.
  • Pupils who have been children of armed services personnel at any point in the last four years.
  • Children who have been adopted from Local Authority Care.

 

Not all of our pupils are eligible for FSM and so the school does, at times, use the funding to support a wider range of pupils who have been identified as disadvantaged in some way, ie group activities where some, but not all pupils, are eligible for Pupil Premium.

2018- 2019

 

CLICK HERE to view our Pupil Premium Plan for 2018-2019

 

This Statement will be reviewed through the Standards and Achievement Committee and Headteachers reports to the Governors.

 

Our Pupil Premium Governor is Mrs Libby Turner

2017-2018

 

For the period of 2017-2018, the total Pupil Premium Funding was £37,590 and our total expenditure was £37,748

 

CLICK HERE to view our Pupil Premium Final Expenditure Report to Governors

 

The following Key Objectives were aimed through the 17-18 Pupil Premium Planning Statement:

  • To provide a focus on pupils “Reading for Progression” To improve Reading ages and Reading through the English Curriculum

  • To ensure all pupils are aware of and progressing their Physical and emotional wellbeing through targeted provision and holistic development of the curriculum.

  • Improve outcomes through addressing the need to dedicated welfare and academic provision for PD/PP pupils (100% of PD pupils are PP)

 

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2016-2017

 

For the period of 2016-2017, the total Pupil Premium Funding was £49,159 and our total expenditure was £47,795

 

CLICK HERE to view the end of 16-17 expenditure report to school governors

 

The following Key Objectives were aimed through the 16-17 Pupil Premium Planning Statement:

 

  • To provide a focus on pupils reading to impact on progress across the curriculum as well as in English
  • To ensure all pupils are prepared for post 16 provision with appropriate placement
  • To ensure all pupils are ready to learn after long journeys to school
  • Improve outcomes through addressing the need to dedicated welfare provision for PD/PP pupils (100% of PD pupils are PP)

 

 

 

2016-2017 Pupil Progress and Disadvantaged Pupil Gap
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Click below to view the 2015-2016 end of year report to school governors

Click below to view the 2014-2015 end of year report to school governors
CONGRATULATIONS - To Belfast House for winning the Sports Day Cup and to London House for winning the House Cup for the Year!! Fantastic effort by all pupils to earn House Points during the Year and a great example of Teamwork by all Houses on Sports Day.
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