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Gretton Primary School

2015-2016

Pupil Premium Spending – 2015-16

We have 7 children eligible for Pupil Premium Funding, out of the school total of 139, so we have been allocated £9240 which represents £1320 per child.

5% of the school are eligible for this funding.

Our aims in managing this funding.

·         To spend the money wisely to ensure that any gaps in progress and attainment between socially disadvantaged pupils and their peers are closing.

·         To clearly identify socially disadvantaged pupils who may be at risk of under achieving.

·         To provide early intervention and support for all socially disadvantaged pupils.

·         To ensure that socially disadvantaged pupils achieve or exceed age related expectations and that the vast majority achieve in line with their peers.

·         To provide effective support for pupils, parents and families to ensure that children are ready to learn every day.

·         To have effective systems in place for identifying those pupils eligible for pupil premium and for tracking the progress they make as a result of interventions.

·         To regularly monitor and review the effectiveness of our spending and to share this information with parents, Governors and staff.

 

Pupil Premium Spending – 2015-16

 

What will we use our Pupil Premium Funding for?

 

What impact is this designed to have?

ONE TO ONE TUITION

Towards salary of an HLTA  (1 afternoon per week) to run interventions for PP pupils. (such as Numicon, RWI phonic support, feedback marking)  Plus 1:1 support from LSAs to work on next steps with individual children or in pairs.

Reduction in gap between disadvantaged and non- disadvantaged pupils

Pupils to make at least 3 steps progress from Sept to June in RWM.

 

PASTORAL SUPPORT

Towards the salary of a Pastoral Support assistant to support children’s emotional well- being and readiness to learn

To help pupils to overcome any barriers to learning through lack of emotional well being

EXTRA CURRCULAR ACTIVITIES

Subsidy of extra-curricular activities (where there is a charge) for disadvantaged children

 

Disadvantaged pupils have the same opportunities as non disadvantaged pupils

SCHOOL UNIFORM

Purchase of school uniform and PE kit including PE shoes Uniform subsidy

 

Ensure that all PP pupils take part in all activities in the school curriculum and beyond.

FINANCIAL SUPORT FOR FAMILIES

Subsidy for disadvantaged children, towards the cost of residential trips, educational visits and workshops  in school to enhance the creative curriculum

To reduce any barriers to learning which could arise from lack of participation in school activities due to lack of finance

MUSIC TUITION

Payment of peripatetic music lessons

 

Subsidised music tuition will be offered so that most children in receipt of Pupil Premium will be given the opportunity to learn to play an instrument

 

In 2016 Attainment of Pupil Premium pupils throughout the school shows that:

 

  • 67% (4/6) PP pupils are at or above age related expectations in reading. (1pupil not at ARE is SEN)
  • 83% (5/6) PP pupils are at above age related expectations in writing. (pupil not at ARE is SEN)
  • 100% (6/6) PP pupils are at or above age related expectations in maths

 

Who can I speak to about Pupil Premium funding?

Mrs MacDonald (Principal) is responsible for Pupil Premium Funding. Your child’s class teacher will be able to explain how we are using the funding to support individual children and the office staff can offer advice on how to apply for this funding if you think you may be entitled to it.

Am I eligible to apply for pupil premium funding for my child?

Your child may be able to get free school meals if you get any of the following:

·         Income Support

·         income-based Jobseekers Allowance

·         income-related Employment and Support Allowance

·         support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999

·         the guaranteed element of State Pension Credit

·         Child Tax Credit (provided you’re not also entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual gross income of no more than £16,190)

·         Working Tax Credit run-on - paid for 4 weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit

·         Universal Credit

 

 

 

 

Core Values

  • K

    Kindness

  • C

    Co-Operation

  • A

    Ambition

  • S

    Sportsmanship

  • P

    Perseverance

  • P

    Pride

  • H

    Honesty

  • C

    Courage

  • R

    Responsibility

  • R

    Respect