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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Allocation and Spending

No of children in receipt of Pupil Premium Funding 195

Income per child £1320

Total Income £257400


No of children in receipt of EYFS PP Funding 22

Income per child £320

Total Income £7250

Objectives in spending:

  • To improve attainment and progress, and to close the gap between pupils receiving pupil premium funding and pupils who are not receiving it.
  • To enhance the experiences, opportunities and aspirations of children in receipt of pupil premium funding.

Barriers to Learning:

Deprivation of language and vocabulary development; limited emotional resilience and self-esteem; English as an additional language; neglect and abuse; low attendance and poor puntuality; lack of access to a good morning routine; high mobility

Pupil Premium Strategy

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Pupil Premium Strategy Document

Last updated - May 2017

Next Updated - June 2017

 Spending Overview


Early inclusion team






Lunch time mentoring








Linking Project


trips and visitors


Robin Wood


1:1 support




Breakfast club


Holiday club


3rd Space









Pupil Premium


Pupil Premium is a government fund which provides extra funding in school to all children from reception to year 6 eligible for free school meals.  The money for this grant comes into school and supports children in many different ways from providing extra support and tuition in academic areas to access to extra curricular activities, clubs and trips.


If you want to read more about the Pupil Premium click here to go to the government website page related to it.


Click here to visit the site where you can register for free school meals




The allocation for the Pupil Premium funding for the 2016/2017 academic year is published below.


This file shows how the Pupil Premium funding for 2015/2016 will be used.

How the 2016/7 Pupil Premium Spending

Pupil Premium Spending and Evaluation 2015/2016

Pupil Premium Spending and Evaluation 2013/2014