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PUPIL PREMIUM REPORT TO PARENTS 2016-2017

 
Pupil Premium is allocated to schools to support pupils who are in receipt of free school meals, or have been within the last six years.  We use this funding to provide as much support as possible within the classroom to support and promote successful learning.  Some is used to enable children to access trips, swimming and after school clubs.
 
The level of the Primary Deprivation Premium in 2016-17 is £1,320 per eligible pupil.
The level of the Secondary Deprivation Premium in 2016-17 is £935 per eligible pupil.
The level of  the Service Premium in 2016-17 is £300 per eligible pupil.
The level of the Adopted premium in 2016-17 is £1,900 per eligible pupil.
 
 
CURRENT NUMBERS 
Entitlement to a Free School Meal
 27
Child Looked After
   1
Child with parent in service 
   0
Entitlement to a Free School Meal ever in the last 6 years 
 
   6
 TOTAL
 34
 
 

ALLOCATION OF PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING 2016-17

 £46,780
Providing additional Teaching Assistant support in Classes R, 1, 2, 3 & 4  and the cost of Nurture provision
 

 44,151

Support with the cost of swimming provision
629
Allocation available for Curriculum Resources/free clubs
​1,000
Allocation available for free trips
 1,000
 Total Spending  £
​46,780
 
 

Measuring the impact of Pupil Premium Funding

The school will evaluate the impact and how it made a difference to the attainment of disadvantaged pupils at the end of the academic year. Evaluation will focus on academic progress and also how self-confidence develops as a consequence of the interventions.
 
 

PUPIL PREMIUM REPORT TO PARENTS 2015-16

 
 
Pupil Premium is allocated to schools to support pupils who are in receipt of free school meals, or have been within the last six years.  We use this funding to provide as much support as possible within the classroom to support and promote successful learning.  Some is used to enable children to access trips, swimming and after school clubs.
 
The level of the Primary Deprivation Premium in 2015-16 is £1,320 per eligible pupil.
The level of the Secondary Deprivation Premium in 2015-16 is £935 per eligible pupil.
The level of  the Service Premium in 2015-16 is £300 per eligible pupil.
The level of the Adopted premium in 2015-16 is £1,900 per eligible pupil.
 
 

CURRENT NUMBERS 

Entitlement to a Free School Meal
14
Child Looked After
  1
Child with parent in service
  0
Entitlement to a Free School Meal ever in the last 6 years
12
TOTAL
27
 
 

ALLOCATION OF PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING 2015-16

£36,220
Providing additional Teaching Assistant support in Classes R, 1, 2, 3 & 4  and the cost of Nurture provision
 
30,720
Covering the cost of Forest school provision
  2,500
Support with the cost of swimming provision

 1,000

Allocation available for Curriculum Resources/free clubs
 1,000
Allocation available for free trips
 1,000
Total Spending  £
36,220
 
 
 

Measuring the impact of Pupil Premium Funding

The school will evaluate the impact and how it made a difference to the attainment of disadvantaged pupils at the end of the academic year. Evaluation will focus on academic progress and also how self-confidence develops as a consequence of the interventions.
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