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Pupil Premium Funding

Pupil Premium is funding that we receive from the Government. It is additional to our main school funding and paid with the intention that it is used to address the underlying inequalities between children and thereby to raise standards of attainment. It is to be used for the children who need it most and need is to be determined by the school. The payment which the school receives is based on the number of children receiving free school meals (or who have previously received free school meals), looked after children or children adopted from care on or after 30th December 2005 but there is no requirement to spend it on those children alone provided the objectives are met.

Pupil Premium 2017 - 2018

The school is in receipt of the following Pupil Premium funding for the 2017 - 2018 financial year.

 

 

Definition

Funding x number of pupils

Sub total

Children that are ‘looked after’ or are adopted from care

0 pupils

 

£0

Children that have been eligible for a free school meal at any time over the past 6 years

0 pupils

 

£0

Children who are part of a Service Family

£300 x 2

£600

Summer term EYFS PP Payment

0 pupils

£0

Carry forward from 2015-16

 

£0

 

Total

£600

 

This financial year, school will utilise the Pupil Premium funding in the following ways:

 

Description

Funding

Purchase of Numicon and place value counters to support maths teaching.

Impact: to encourage independent working, pupil confidence and depth in number through providing practical resources.

£124

Purchase of Sumdog for all pupils.

Impact - to support the teaching of core subjects for all pupils through providing opportunity to practise and consolidate mathematical skills at home and at school that are differentiated to meet individual needs.

£94

Provide opportunities to work with children of the same cohort

GTA to go with them to provide continuity of learning

Transport between the two sites

Impact – to facilitate talk amongst peers and allow comparison with children working at a similar level, to support progress

£240

Total Pupil Premium Funding Allocated so far

£458

 

 

 

Next review: Feb 2017

 

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