The Pupil Premium Information

Academic Year 2016-2017

Introduced in April 2011, the Pupil Premium is a Government initiative that provides additional funding aimed at pupils from deprived backgrounds. Research clearly shows established links between deprivation and educational underachievement, this grant is aimed at giving schools additional resource to support such children in overcoming any barriers they may have in successfully engaging with education. The Pupil Premium is provided in order to support these pupils in reaching their potential by accelerating their progress and providing them with experiences that may not normally be available to them.


For 2016/17 academic year there are 6 children, 2% of all pupils, who are on the Pupil Premium Register.

BOYS/GIRLS –3/6 are boys and 3/6 are girls

EAL – 4/6 children have English as an additional language (EAL). 2 boys, 2 girls

SEN – 3/6 children are on the SEN register. 2 children have EHCP and 1 is SEN Support.

For 2016 – 2017

What will be using our Pupil Premium Money for?

To support children’s learning in Numeracy, Reading and Writing with extra sessions with a 1-2-1 teachers
To allow these children to attend after school and lunchtime clubs
To buy new school uniform
To fund school councillor
To provide extra resources in class for these children for Numeracy and Literacy
To provide resources for children for phonics and reading
To pay for School lunches
Support parents with the financial cost of the school residential

HOW DID WE SPEND THE MONEY IN 2016-2017 Academic Year

There were 6 children, 2% of the pupil body, on Pupil Premium therefore we had an allocation of £7,920.00. (£1320.00 per child)

1. TEACHING: We appointed 2 qualified teachers who has provided extra tuition to students in addition to the mainstream timetabled lessons. Pupil Premium children received extra support for improving Numeracy, Reading, Writing and Spelling Grammar and Punctuation. These sessions were either an hour or 45 mins dependant on the child and supported planning from the class teacher.

COST: tbc

2. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: The School provides funding for the children who are Pupil Premium. We pay for Lunchtime clubs and after school clubs, such as: basketball, netball, swimming, Drama, Dancing with Louise, Karate, debating club and chess.

COST: tbc

3. SCHOOL LUNCHES: The children who are FMS and are in Year 3 – 6 have Lunch paid for them.

COST: tbc

4. CARE and SUPPORT: We have covered the cost of a school councillor to develop self-esteem and personal, social and emotional skills. We have also supported parents to help fund the school residential and Ulpan for our Pupil premium children in Year 6.

COST: tbc

5. RESOURCES: Resources such as; Numercon, reading books, phonic games and activities, Art equipment for Art club and ICT equipment such as i-pads have been purchased to support children’s learning and to support staff to help our Pupil Progress children make progress.

COST: tbc

Total Expenditure: tbc

Total Funding: £7,920.00

Total Overspent (Carried forward to 2017-2018 funding): tbc



There are no Pupil Premium children in Year 1.

There are no Pupil Premium children in Year 2.

KEY STAGE 2 – 2 children were Pupil Premium

50% (1 child) achieved Working at the Expected level for Reading, Writing and Mathematics.

50% (1 child) passed the SATS papers in Reading, Mathematics and SPaG. Scoring above the standardized score.


At the end of the 2016/2017 academic year we expect that a child makes 5 steps progress. Due to the small numbers of children we do not want to identify any child. If you wish to receive further information regarding the Pupil Premium Data please contact the school.

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-17

Pupil premium strategy 2016-2017