Pupil Premium Co-ordinator’s Report 2014-2015



Close attainment gaps relative to school averages

Improve individuals levels of attainment and progress

Access extra-curricular provision

Develop social skills

Have full access to our curriculum

Develop social skills



One to one tuition and small group work focusing on overcoming gaps in learning

Use of technology to support the teaching and learning in class

Acquiring effective materials aimed at raising standards

Set up after school clubs based on the interests of the pupils

Encourage pupils to attend sports events and after school clubs

Additional teaching and learning opportunities provided through trained Teaching Assistants or external agencies

Have an ICT Club after school for pupils and parents to use the technology in school

Fund school trips for those disadvantaged pupils who would otherwise be unable to attend

Provide each pupil premium child with a school uniform pack in September

Improve healthy eating and punctuality

Encourage pupil premium children to attend the breakfast club


Funding 2014/2015


For the financial year 2014/15 we have received £51,600 in Pupil Premium Funding. We currently have 37 FSM children in Main School and Resource. Added to that we currently have 15 Ever6 children (Children that have been on FSM within the last six years)Of the £51,600 that has been received, the money has been allocated as follows: 


  • £1,000 - In a separate ‘pot’ for the Autistic Resource to use on resources to enrich the teaching and learning of the children

  • £1,000 - In a separate ‘pot’ for Main School to use on resources to enrich the teaching and learning of the children

  • £2,000 - Reading Books throughout school – with a specific emphasis on building up a resource of phonic reading books for our early readers

  • £2,000 - 80 hours 1:1 tuition for identified children

  • £4,000 - Breakfast Club

  • £33,000 - Funding for additional members of staff

  • £12,640 - Funding for an extra body in Resource


Total = £55,640 


These figures do not include:

  • any extra academic 1:1 sessions that may be required throughout the year

  • school contribution of 50% towards cost of visits/residential for FSM and Ever6 children

  • financial support to enable FSM and Ever6 children to access sporting activities delivered as after-school clubs

  • providing every FSM and Ever6 child with a complete school uniform for September 2014




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