Pupil Premium and added value activities
We expect to receive £4035 in Pupil Premium funding for the 2020-2021 financial year.
In the financial year 2019-2020 we received £9540.
We use this funding to provide a variety of added value activities within the school. These have included subsidising pupils to participate in extra curricular activities and residential trips. We also provide musical instrument tuition and curriculum linked activity days.
The Pupil Premium funding is primarily used to close the gaps and address inequalities for those children who are from low income families.
We provide one to one and small group support for children in the classroom and through the delivery of intervention programmes. Our teaching assistants have been funded to attend training to support children in this way. We employ one teaching assistant 27 hours each week to support pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium funding who need support to access the curriculum. We have funded this teaching assistant to train as a dyslexic support tutor.
We have employed a SENCO to assess pupils' individual needs.
Activities and resources are provided for those who need greater challenge.
To date we have used The Pupil Premium funding towards the following:
- Support Staff
- SENCO support and training
- Intervention materials
- Games, books and resources
- Course fees
- Musical instrument Tuition
- Subsidising pupils on extra-curricular activities
- Activity Days
- Challenge Activities
Click below for more information about Pupil Premium
Department for Education: Pupil Premium Information
- Pupil Premium Statement and Spending Plan 2017 18
- Pupil Premium Statement and Spending Plan 2018 19
- Pupil Premium statement and spending plan 2018 19REPORT
- Pupil Premium statement and spending plan 2019 20
- Pupil Premium statement and spending plan 2019 20REPORT
- Pupil Premium statement and spending plan 2020 2021
- Pupil Premium statement and spending plan2017 18 Report
Next Pupil premium strategy review July 2021