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Primary School

Pupil Premium 2015/16 statement

 About the Pupil Premium

 Pupil premium is additional funding provided to school for supporting more disadvantaged pupils to  ensure they  benefit from the same opportunities as all other children and narrow gaps in attainment.  National data shows that  generally, these children do not achieve as highly as their peers. There are  three categories of children who qualify  for pupil premium:

 ·         Children who are eligible for free school meals (FSM) or have been in the last 6 years

 ·         Looked after children (including children who were adopted from care)

 ·         Armed forces children

 2015/16 Allocation

 Original allocation from 2015/16 budget £20,188.00  + £5,115.00 adjustments in month 3, 9  and 12 and  £15200.00 LAC adjustment month 5 = £40,503.00 x 7/12’s (Sept 15 to March 16) =  £23627.00

 Allocation for 16/17 budget = £27,175.00 x 5/12’s (April ‘16 to August ’16) =  £11,323.00

 Total allocation  = £34950.00 (to date)

 Anticipated Total Allocation £36,740

 Number of children supported: 23 (12 FSM + 11 LAC/AFC)


How pupil Premium Spending has been planned



 Learning mentor to provide  nurture support in a 1:1 and small  group situation to address  emotional social concerns and  also academic needs when  required

 Support for families during crisis



Social and emotional needs of children have been met and children have a readiness for learning

 Small group interventions in  Numeracy and Literacy

 (43 hours per week Approx. 2  hours per pupil)


Accelerated learning for PP children by being supported during class time either 1:1 or in small groups has meant chidlren have continued to make progress

 1:1 tuition and small group tuition  outside of school hours

£3, 812

The progress of specific pupil premium children has been accelerated in Literacy and Numeracy

 Small group Circus Skills before  school


An improvement of large and small motor skills in children attendingthe group.

 Reading Friends x twice a week ½  hour


Reading skills have been accelerated and social skills developed

 Triumph over Autism (ABA )  support


Children have been supported in their social needs which has impacted on their rogress within class. Staff are more cnofident in applying their skills.

 Extended learning

 PP trips and clubs

 Visitors in school/ play leading  resources etc.



The learning of all pupils has been enhanced by providing access to extra- curricular clubs and trips

 Milk for FSM eligible children


Contribution to healthy school


 Total Spend




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