PUPIL PREMIUM 2016 – 2017

April 5, 2017


0.8 Teacher to deliver 1:1, small group and in-class support in Y6 25,000
0.3 Teacher to deliver 1:1, small group support in FS 11,250
1.0  TA to support 1:1 and small group, Years 1-317,500 17,500
0.4 Teacher to deliver Literacy and Numeracy skills to Y5 chn 17,500
0.2 Teacher to deliver Literacy skills through projects, specifically Creative Writing KS1+27,750 7,750
After school interventions, 1:1 and small group, 32,500
Funding for school trip, enrichment activities 8,000
School Counselling Service 3,500
Staff training relevant to FSM needs and resources3,000 3,000


This plan is based upon key barriers to learning:

1      access to out-of-school learning experiences; museums, art galleries, the outdoors

2      access to out-of-school support, particularly homework

3      access to bespoke interventions

4      access to out-of-school support, eg counselling

The Pupil Premium allocation has been spent to address these barriers through:

1      funding enrichment and out-of-school learning activities

2      funding out-of-school homework club

3      funding 1:1 and small-group targeted additional intervention and provision (in and after school)

4      funding places with School Counselling service

We measure the impact of our Pupil Premium spend through a) constant dialogue with parents and carers b) constant dialogue with the children, including child questionnaires c) half-termly and end of year data analysis of attainment and progress.

The next Pupil Premium Strategy review will take place as part of the school SEF review in Spring Term 1 and Summer Term 2