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.

Our Pupil Premium Policy is available to view here : Pupil Premium Policy .docx

Pupil Premium Expenditure: 2014/15

£353,332.83

 

Total Expenditure

Confidence

  • Holiday Pupil Premium Clubs to help vulnerable families
  • Portion of Year 6 Residential –Robinwood

 

  • £6,400
  • £5,492

Challenge

  • Saturday Morning Boosters
  • Saturday morning Breakfasts
  • Maths Whizz
  • Accelerated Reading

 

  • £5,000
  • £1,000
  • £9,020
  • £10,000

Ambition

  • 1-1 tuition for LAC pupils
  • Attendance Managers
  • Pupil Premium Administration
  • Breakfast Club
  • Staff CPD Training
  • Assessment Coordinators to identify gaps in learning of vulnerable pupils

 

  • £1,600
  • £3,000
  • £22,044
  • £1,000 Free from Feb
  • £10,389
  • £22,876

Enthusiasm

  • Attendance and Behaviour Rewards
  • Curriculum visits
  • Free Uniform

 

  • £500
  • £5,000
  • £8,000

Courage

  • Play Therapy (EQE)
  • Social and Emotional Interventions
  • PRU
  • Educational Psychologist
  • Specialist staff

 

  • £13,130.25
  • £3,169.90
  • £2525.43
  • £7,425
  • £42,571

Determination

Specialist Teachers:

  • Intervention teachers in: EYFS, Years (1 & 2), (3 & 4), (5 & 6)
  • 1-1 support for identified pupils with individual needs

 

 

  • £85,650.45
  • £87,925

TOTAL

Revenue budget

£354,718.03

£1,385.20

£353,332.83