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Pupil Premium Strategy 2018-19

Pupil Premium Strategy 2017-18

Pupil Premium Funding 2016-17


From April 2016 to March 2017, we have been allocated £15,840. We will be spending this on:


  • Focused teaching assistant interventions planned and reviewed in association with the school’s experienced SENCO on a half-termly basis
  • Class teacher-led booster sessions
  • ‘Evolve Health Mentor’ in school for one term working with pupils every Friday including: early morning ‘fitness’ club; Active Maths lessons with classes 1 & 2; one-to-one sessions; playtime and lunchtime games sessions and an after-school club
  • Purchase of Pearson Education’s ‘Successmaker’ IT based program used with pupils who are not working at Age Related Expectation (5 x PP children)
  • Fully-subsidised enrichment experiences including the residential visit to Edale in Class 3 and the Scarborough residential visit in Class 2
  • Crash course swimming sessions
  • School meals
  • Free milk

Pupil Premium 2015-16



From April 2015 to March 2016, the school received £14,300 in Pupil Premium funding. This was spent on the following additional support for eligible children:


  • TA intervention programmes
  • Edale residential visit
  • Y1 SEN TA support
  • Free milk
  • Curriculum subscriptions
  • New National Curriculum resources


Due to our small class sizes, we do not report on the impact in individual year groups publicly. The overall impact of this spending across the whole school was:


  • Reading: 56% of eligible children (5 out of 9 pupils) are making at least expected progress, with 11% exceeding (1 child).

2 pupils who made insufficient progress are working at the Age Related Expectation and one of the pupils is working at ARE+ which means that she was unable to show the expected progress.

  • Writing: 66% of eligible children (6 out of 9 pupils) are making at least expected progress, with 22% exceeding (2 children).
  • Maths: 88% of eligible children (8 out of 9) are making at least expected progress, with 55% exceeding (5 out of 9).


Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.