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Pupil Premium Grant

Pupil Premium is an amount of money allocated to schools and academies to support specific children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement, including pupils who have been eligible for free school meals within the past 6 years, those looked after by the local authority and children of armed service personnel. Schools and Academies are able to decide how best to spend this money to enhance learning and give targeted support to boost achievement and attainment. They must however be accountable for how the money is spent in providing this support. The academy receives £1320 for each eligile pupil.

From September 2012, all schools and academies are required to report the amount of funding received and how they have use and intend to use future pupil premium money.

Pupil Premium Funding 2016-17     £123, 861

How we have used our funding:

Funding of an additional qualified teacher to facilitate smaller class sizes in upper KS2 and allow for more personalised learning.

Funding of 0.5 teacher to provide targetted support within KS1

Funding of HLTA to provide targetted support within KS1

Specific small group and individual work with teaching assistants under the direction of the class teacher.

Subsidised educational and residential visits.

Release time for teachers to undertake termly personalised learning/pupil progress  meetings with pupils from Yrs1-6.

Subsidised extra-curricular after-school clubs eg. gymnastics, martial arts and performing arts.

Professional emotional counselling for pupils. (Mentis Therapy)

Acquisition of dedicated maths and literacy resources to support teaching and learning

Additional teaching assistant employed to support FS2 pupils with, specific SEN and social and emotional issues.

Partial funding of Learning Mentor to support the social and emotional development of pupils

Pupil Premium Funding 2017-18     £133, 601

How we have used our funding:

Funding of an additional qualified teacher to facilitate smaller class sizes in KS1 and allow for more personalised learning.

Funding of 0.5 teacher to provide targetted support within Yr2

Funding of an additional teacher 0.5 within Yr3/Yr4

Funding of dedicated teaching assistant in year 3 to support pupils with SEND needs

Subsidised educational and residential visits.

Release time for teachers to undertake termly personalised learning/pupil progress  meetings with pupils from Yrs1-6.

Subsidised extra-curricular after-school clubs eg. gymnastics, martial arts and performing arts.

Professional emotional counselling for pupils. (Mentis Therapy)

Bespoke speech and language therapist one day a week (split with SEN budget)

Acquisition of dedicated maths and literacy resources to support teaching and learning

Additional teaching assistant employed to support FS2 pupils with, specific SEN and social and emotional issues.

Funded home/academy online resources.

Partial funding of Learning Mentor to support the social, emotional, wellbeing development of pupils

Annual funding of assessment / tracking software (OTrack)

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