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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 2021-22 this allocation also includes government funding to address Covid recovery.

 

In such small cohorts, evidencing the main barriers to achievement, how we measure the effectiveness 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 funding 2021-22

 

Total pupil premium budget£7345
Number of pupilsNot for publication
Current attainmentVarious
Barriers to future attainment

Pupils may need additional support to develop emotional resilience

Pupils may need additional support to make accelerated progress in learning

Desired Outcomes

Pupils to be able to cope with emotional changes and have strategies to alleviate anxieties

Pupils to make at least expected progress

Pupils to meet at least age related expectations by the end of the year

Planned expenditure

Additional teaching assistant hours to deliver specific interventions and support

CPD for new staff in phonics

Targetted supportVarious to meet individual need - further information could identify individual pupils
Review of expenditureJuly 2022
Outcomes 

Pupil Premium funding 2020-21

 

Total pupil premium budget£4655
Number of pupilsNot for publication
Current attainmentVarious
Barriers to future attainment

Pupils may need additional support to develop emotional resilience

Changes to family circumstances may affect learning

Pupils may need additional support to make accelerated progress in learning

Desired Outcomes

Pupils to be able to cope with emotional changes

Pupils to make at least expected progress

Pupils to meet at least age related expectations by the end of the year

Planned expenditureAdditional teaching assistant hours to deliver specific interventions and support
Targetted supportVarious to meet individual need - further information could identify individual pupils
Review of expenditureJuly 2021
OutcomesSchool reopened to all pupils in September 2020, closing to most pupils again in January 2021 until March 2021 as a result of the lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic. During the times school was open, pupils worked in their class bubbles, and from Easter 2021, were able to work outside their classroom with their class teaching assistant or student teacher. During lockdown, pupils were able to make the most of online learning and contact with staff. Pupils completed work set, and continued to make progress. Both in September 2020, and again in March 2021, staff conducted internal assessments to ensure teaching and learning were appropriately targeted to need. Formal internal assessments were conducted in June 2021. As in 2020, no official assessment results were published. However, all disadvantaged pupils maintained appropriate progress, and most were working at the expected standard or above. Financial support enabled all pupils to take part in all activities they wished. Additional support enabled disadvantaged pupils to have access to school ipads, broadband access and paid for resources delivered to their homes during lockdown. Additional staff hours enabled 1-1 sessions for pupils to deal with emotional issues. 
We have one place available in Year 3, and one place in EYFS/KS1 for September 2021
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