Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and to close the gap between them and their peers.

Pupil Premium Income 2020/21

Total number of pupils on roll110 (not including Nursery)
Total number of pupils on roll110 (not including Nursery)
Total number of pupils eligible for PP34 (3 Service children)
Total number of pupils eligible for PP+1
Total number of pupils eligible for EYPPNot known yet
Amount of PP received per pupil £1320
Amount of PP+ received per pupil£2300
Amount of EYPP received per pupil£ Not confirmed yet
Total amount of PPG received£34210
Percentage of children eligible for PPG32%

Pupil premium spending and impact 2020/21

StrategyApproximate costsDesired outcomesImpact
Boromi Project£247.50Raised attainment at the end of FS.
Greater parental engagement and understanding of children’s learning
Guided reading books for stages 1-6 including decodable non-fiction£200Raised reading attainment at the end of KS1
Subscription to Twinkl, online teaching resources and support£819.96Raised attainment at the end of FS and KS1 in reading, writing and maths
Subscription to TenTown, online number support for FS£138Raised number attainment at the end of FS
Subscription to phonicsplay£72Raised attainment in phonics screening in Y1 and Y2
Additional classroom support from Teaching Assistants£32290Raised attainment of all learners by the end of KS1
Allocated so far£33,767.46
Total pupil premium received£34,210.00

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