The Pupil Premium was introduced by the Government in April 2011. It was designed to give additional money to support schools in raising the attainment of children who receive free school meals, children whose parents serve in the Armed Forces and those children in local authority care. These groups of children have been identified nationally as achieving at a lower level than children from less disadvantaged backgrounds.

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on role


Total number of pupils eligible for PPG


Amount PPG received per pupil


Total amount of PPG received



The key objective in using the Pupil Premium Grant is to narrow the gap and to raise attainment and achievement through:

  • Raising literacy and numeracy levels
  • Raising attendance at school
  • Providing support and guidance for vulnerable pupils and their families and removing potential barriers to education
  • Providing activities to enrich the curriculum


Summary of spending for 2013/14






Predicted Outcome


Booster sessions for Year 6 children


Revision sessions for y6 pupils

To increase the % of pupils achieving L4+ in year 6

One to One tuition

(Tutor Trust)


Targeted support in year 6

To increase the % of pupils achieving L4+ in year 6

Reading, writing, phonics and maths interventions delivered to clearly identified small groups of children throughout school (PPG pupils identified at PP meetings who may be slow/none moving)


Additional TAs across year groups to enable targeted interventions to take place

Increased attainment in reading, writing and maths

One to One tuition for LAC pupils underachieving




Targeted support for LAC

LAC to make 2/3 sublevels progress

Bilingual TA to support EAL pupils


Targeted support for EAL pupils

Increased progress of EAL pupils

Purchase new pupil laptops


ICT used effectively to support pupil’s learning and raise attainment

Increased number of pupils making expected progress

New Reading materials for Y1 –Y6


New reading books for each class to give children more choice in particular boy’s and low ability/high interest books

Increased attainment in reading

Attendance officer support commissioned from One Education


Attendance officer to work with attendance team to improve attendance and reduce persistent absent (PA) rates in particular in disadvantaged pupils

Improved attendance and reduction in PA

Attendance & behaviour rewards


Rewards purchased to celebrate good attendance and behaviour (smiley shop)

Improved attendance and behaviour of vulnerable pupils

Free breakfast club places for vulnerable pupils


Free breakfast club places for vulnerable families

Improved attendance and better engagement in school

Vulnerable pupils get a good start to the day

Commissioned multi agency support as necessary eg. Educational psychology, PRU, speech and language therapy


Targeted speech & language/EP support

Children are supported in their learning using individualised strategies and therefore attainment is improved

Play Therapist


Weekly play therapy sessions for vulnerable pupils

Identified pupils have less emotional/behavioural issues and engage in their learning

Subsidising the cost of school visits & Y5/6 residential trip


To ensure all pupils have access to school visits to enrich their curriculum and remove the potential cost barrier

Pupils are engaged in their learning

Summer school/after school activities


Identified LAC to attend summer school and after school activities

Improved well being, social skills and engagement in learning of LAC

Purchasing school coats for PP pupils


All eligible PP pupils to receive a new school coat

Vulnerable pupils have improved confidence and sense of belonging


PPG received


PPG expenditure


PPG remaining