Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium September 2016

September 2016: 114 pupils are in receipt of Pupil Premium funding (97 in Years 1-6 and 17 in our Foundation Stage).

All pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium funding have extra support to meet their individual needs which is outlined in our Whole School Provision Map.

Their needs and progress will be closely monitored and reviewed on a 6 week basis.

Click the links below for the reviewed 2015/2016 Pupil Premium action plan, the new 2016/2017 Pupil Premium Spending Plan and the 2016/2017 Action plan which outlines our actions and success criteria.

June 2015 121 pupils are in receipt of Pupil Premium funding.

June 2015:  Pupil Premium Review.

July 2015: At KS1
The gap between disadvantaged children and all pupils has closed
in terms of expected progress made and better than expected progress in Reading and Maths.
The gap (-8%) between disadvantaged pupils and all pupils for making expected progress in Writing needs closing.

July 2015: At KS2
The gap between disadvantaged children and all pupils has closed in terms of expected progress made in Reading and Maths.
The gap (-2%) between disadvantaged pupils and all pupils for making expected progress in Writing is narrowing.

Pupil Premium September 2015

September 2015: 115 pupils are in receipt of Pupil Premium funding.

All pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium funding have extra support to meet their individual needs which is outlined in our Whole School Provision Map.

Their needs and progress will be closely monitored and reviewed on a 6 week basis.

Click the link for the Pupil Premium action plan which outlines our actions and success criteria. Pupil Premium Action Plan Sept 2015.doc

Please click here to access information about Free School Meals and Pupil Premium.