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Pupil Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.




Pupil Premium is a Government allocation of money to support pupils who:


  • Are in receipt of Free School Meals
  • Are Looked After by the Local Authority
  • Have parents employed by the Armed Forces


Pupil Premium allocation is spent on supporting any pupil who fulfils any of the above criteria. Support may be additional Teaching Assistant hours; 1-1 tuition; financial aid to attend residential and other school activities; support to attend extra-curricular activities; continuing professional development for staff in order for them to more closely support vulnerable pupils; and resources to support individual pupils.


In such small cohorts, evidencing the main barriers to achievement, or the impact of pupil premium spending on attainment could potentially identify specific pupils. A detailed Pupil Premium Strategy is held in school, and is available on request to those with authority to monitor this. However, data shows that support has enabled pupils to make at least expected progress, and to keep pace with their peers. It has also enabled pupils to gain in confidence both with school work, and in social activities.


Pupil premium spending and support is reviewed each term by the Governing Body.


Pupil Premium spending 2014-16

Total pupil premium budget

Number of pupils eligible Not for publication
Current attainment Expected/Exceeding in all subject areas
Barriers to attainment Pupils may have additional emotional needs which affect their ability to concentrate in class
Desired outcomes Pupils to be supported in developing emotional resilience
Planned expenditure Additional teaching assistant hours to support at less structured times of the day
Targetted support

Specialist advice and programmes

Review of expenditure A total of £2800 was spent during the school year 2014-15, and £2900 during the school year 2015-16
Outcomes Attainment was good and pupils showed improved emotional resilience


Pupil Premium funding 2016-17
Total pupil premium budget £3500
Number of pupils Not for publication
Current attainment Various
Barriers to future attainment

Pupils may need additional support to develop emotional resilience

Changes to curriculum and family circumstances may affect learning

Desired Outcomes Pupils to be able to cope with emotional changes
Planned expenditure Additional teaching assistant hours to deliver specific interventions and support
Targetted support Various to meet individual need - further information could identify individual pupils
Review of expenditure July 2017


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