Pupil Premium

Within the budget planning there are certain areas of spending identified specifically to raise outcomes and attainment for the pupils on free school meals and forces children. The needs of these pupils have been assessed and the following list identifies how this category of funding will be used;

  • increased and targeted TA support (individual or group)
  • TA on yard in the morning to “meet and greet”
  • TA targeted family support
  • Provision of homework club and maths club at lunchtime
  • Attendance at breakfast club
  • 1 to 1 / small group maths provision
  • Programme of lunchtime clubs
  • Parent workshops
  • Music tuition

The impact of these will vary from one pupil to another and includes;

  • increased confidence
  • increased support with learning – raised achievement in Maths and Literacy
  • increased participation in Sport
  • parent support helps parents engage more with their child’s learning, makes school more approachable and consequently raises achievement and self esteem for both parents and pupils


You can read more about how we use our Pupil Premium grant in the documents below:

Pupil Premium spending 2017-18

Pupil Premium spending 2016-17

Pupil Premium spending 2015-16

Pupil Premium 2015

Pupil Premium 2014

Pupil Premium Impact 2014

Pupil Premium Impact 2013