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PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING

 

The Pupil Premium gives schools extra funding to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils.

 

The pupil premium is allocated to schools for children of statutory school age who are known to be eligible for free school meals (FSM) in both mainstream and non-mainstream settings, to children who have been ‘looked after’ in the care of the Local Authority for one day or more and to children whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces.

 

Schools must spend the extra funding to raise the attainment of disadvantaged groups. 

 

Use of Pupil Premium 2014 – 2015

 

In 2014 -2015 the amount of Pupil Premium was £1300 for pupils eligible for FSM, £1900 for children who have been ‘looked after’ in the care of the Local Authority and £300 for those children whose parents serve in the armed forces. 

 

Priory Common School received £52,000 for Pupil Premium. 

 

In 2014 – 2015 Pupil Premium funding was used for:    

 

  • Additional teaching assistants to ensure small intervention groups could take place alongside quality first teaching

  • Trips including Forest school

  • Milk at break times

  • After school and breakfast clubs

 

The impact from 2014 – 2015

 

The success and strength of our intervention work is clearly demonstrated in the results of our Pupil Premium children in KS1 SATs.  Our Pupil Premium children attained higher than Pupil Premium children nationally as well as all pupils nationally.

 

 

Priory Common

Pupil Premium Pupils

(Average Point Scores)

Priory Common

Other Pupils

(Average Point Scores)

National

Pupil Premium Pupils

(Average Point Scores)

National

All pupils

(Average Point Scores)

Reading

17.4

18.7

15.2

16.6

Writing

15.4

16.8

14.0

15.3

Mathematics

16.6

18.1

15.1

16.4

 

Use of Pupil Premium 2015 – 2016

 

In 2015 -2016 the amount of Pupil Premium was £1320 for pupils eligible for FSM, £1900 for children who have been ‘looked after’ in the care of the Local Authority and £300 for those children whose parents serve in the armed forces.  

 

This year we received £44 140 for Pupil Premium.  

 

In 2015 - 2016 Pupil Premium funding was used for:

 

  • Additional teaching assistants to ensure small intervention groups could take place alongside quality first teaching

  • Trips including Forest School

  • Milk at break times

  • After school and breakfast clubs

 

The impact from 2015-2016

 

 

% pupils working at expected or above

Priory Common

Pupil Premium

Priory Common

Other Pupils

National

Pupil Premium

National

All pupils

Reading

50%

86%

78%

74%

Writing

44%

77%

70%

65%

Mathematics

50%

79%

77%

73%

 

 

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