Pupil premium was first introduced in April 2011. It is an allocation of additional funding given to the school to support pupils who are entitled to free school meals, looked after by the local authority or children of armed service personnel. The government believes that the pupil premium is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for FSM and their peers.
The intended impact of this funding is to raise attainment and improve progress of these pupils.
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In 2011/12 the school had 10 pupils eligible for a pupil premium grant and the school received £4880.
In 2013/14 the school had 15 pupils eligible for a pupil premium grant and the school received £13500b>.
Objectives in spending PPG:
To ensure good progress in Reading, Writing and Maths
To enable those pupils who are “off track” to achieve their targets
To build self-esteem and confidence
Summary of spending and actions taken:
Teaching assistant led intervention group work
Teaching assistant support in class
Participation in day and residential visits
Extra-curricular activities and music lessons
The school measures the impact of these interventions through assessments of individual pupils and monitoring progress in English and Maths and attendance.