Pupil Premium funding is given to schools to address underlying social inequalities, and is aimed at tackling disadvantage in children’s lives. Our school thinks very carefully about how best to spend this funding and monitors the impact of this spending thoroughly.
Typically children who qualify for pupil premium funding enter our school with low starting points compared to their non-pupil premium peers. Their Reception baseline assessments are therefore lower in all areas compared to their peers – this includes physical as well as academic areas of development. In addition to this, pupil premium pupils often also present with a lack of resilience and may need additional social and emotional support to make good progress. School data indicates that there is a higher likelihood of a child going on to be diagnosed with a special educational need if they are eligible for pupil premium funding.
Pupil Premium Documents
- Pupil premium review of 2021 22 final
- Pupil premium part B review of previous academic year 2022 23 docx
- Pupil Premium Strategy 2014 2015
- Pupil Premium Strategy 2015 2016
- Pupil Premium Strategy 2016 2017
- Pupil Premium Strategy 2017 2018
- Pupil Premium Strategy 2018 2019
- Pupil Premium Strategy 2019 2020
- Pupil Premium Strategy 2020 2021
- Pupil Premium Strategy 2021 2024