Pupil Premium Allocation:
Our Key Priorities:
- To raise the attainment and accelerate progress of Pupil Premium children so that it aligns with that of non-Pupil Premium children.
- To develop a whole school approach to supporting Pupil Premium and other vulnerable children to ensure that they are able to engage fully with all aspects of school life.
To facilitate this, we consistently focus on ensuring that all children benefit from outstanding teaching and learning. In addition, targeted intervention and support strategies are deployed in order to:
- Improve levels of attainment and progress and diminish the difference between groups of children.
- Enhance reading, writing, mathematics and Speech and Language skills.
- Provide social and emotional support to minimise barriers to learning.
We employ a trained Emotional Literacy Support Assistant (ELSA) who delivers targeted support to individuals and small groups. We also link up with families through our ‘Connect Project’. This is aimed at improving attendance and meeting the learning needs of Pupil Premium children. Our link with a local church means that we are able to provide furniture, goods, bedding and clothes to families who are struggling to make ends meet.
We have made significant investments in both physical and on-line resources and materials to ensure we make the best possible provision for our pupils, including those eligible for the Pupil Premium Allocation.
Pupil Premium 2021-22 - The School is expected to receive £41695 for the academic year
Pupil Premium Strategy 2021-22 and Review of spend 2020-21 - link here
Pupil Premium Strategy 2020-21 and Review of spend 2019-20 - link here