The Government introduced the Pupil Premium Grant as a way of reducing the inequalities experienced by disadvantaged pupils up to the age of 16. It is given to schools based on the numbers of pupils in receipt of free school meals as entered onto the January census. This figure also includes any pupil who has been in receipt of free school meals in the previous six years of their schooling, whether or not they are currently entitled.
Please download the document below for our report on our Pupil Premium spending for 2015-16 and plans for 2016-17.
PE and Sports Premium
Now that we have pupils in our new KS2 provision, we are able to access the PE and Sports Premium Government initiative. The school will be awarded £1000 per KS2 pupil to spend on enriching the PE curriculum. The PE team are currently assessing our new KS2 pupils needs before writing a development plan to map out how we are going to spend the funding to offer best value for money. This is a very exciting opportunity and we are looking forward to supporting our youngest pupils and developing their interest and participation in the wonderful world of sport.
These graphs show our analysis of pupil attainment for autumn term 2016 in English, Maths and Science. We have compared our Pupil Premium pupils with Non-Pupil Premium Pupils.