Premiums and Grants
Information About Pupil Premium
The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement. These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals, those looked after by the local authority and the children of armed service personnel.
All schools are required to report on the amount of funding received and how this is being used.
For more information, please click on the link below.
Pupil Premium Funding Academic Year 2021-2022
Total Allocation = £81.470
This figure is currently an estimate as we are awaiting the budget for the later part of the school year. It also includes the £7,395 recovery premium. Pupil Premium funding for the first 7 months of the year is £43,210. Funding for the remaining 5 months of the academic year is estimated as £30,865. (When the 2022/23 financial year allocation is announced, the total allocation will be revised. (These figures do not include funding for looked after children)
The school summarises the main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at the school as:
- Under-developed reading, writing and numeracy skills of some of our disadvantaged pupils leading to lower attainment in line with national
- Oral language skills in EYFS and Year 1 are lower for pupils eligible for PP than other pupils. This slows reading and writing progress in subsequent years.
- a proportion of children have social and emotional difficulties that prevent them from engaging with learning, at times impacting on their learning and that of others within their class
Below is a summary highlighting the key areas that we plan to spend the pupil premium, please see the full report below for a more detailed description.
- Increase the number of two-year-old places available in the Nursery
- Maintain smaller single form entry classes rather than mixed classes to ensure a focused teaching approach – this will be achieved by employing an additional class teacher over the actual requirement.
- Maintain an ‘Opt into Learning’ provision for children that are struggling to engage with the learning in a classroom environment – a TA is always available throughout the day to work with children on a 1:1 or small group basis to re-engage the children with a view to re-integrating them back into the class.
- Have a TA available to each class to focus on improving the outcomes for children in Reading, Writing and Maths. The TAs will work with a range of children including low and high prior attainers. The TAs will also work with a whole class, allowing the class teacher to focus on smaller groups.
- Have a TA with time dedicated to specific targeted interventions.
PE and Sports Premium
Information About PE Funding
From November 2013, Primary Schools have been awarded some additional funding to develop Sports provision, train staff and enhance Physical education and Healthy Lifestyles in school.
Click here to visit the government website for more information about the PE grant.
Our Action Plan details how this money will be spent each year.