Pupil Premium Report
The Pupil Premium is additional funding allocated to school to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities and to close the gaps between them and their peers.
The Pupil Premium allocation for the academic year 2016/2017 is £136,730.
The main barriers to educational achievement faced by our children.
- Lack of resilience impacting on self-confidence and co-operation when approaching work.
- Social and emotional issues affecting behaviour.
- Home issues impacting on readiness to learn.
How the Pupil Premium allocation is spent to address the barriers.
- Additional ETA provision available in each classroom. (£76,324)
- Implementation of the Thrive Approach. (£22,513)
- Additional lunchtime staff. (£3,009)
- Parent support and advice. (£28,462)
- Breakfast Club staffing and additional snacks. (£6,886)
How we measure the impact and effect of expenditure.
- Children to be ready to learn during lesson time.
- Children to respond positively to work, demonstrating a Growth Mindset and our Secrets of Success.
- Children to have a range of positive strategies to deal with their social and emotional issues.
- School to close the gap between the results of Pupil Premium eligible children and all children within school.
Review date: July 2017.