Pupil Premium


The Pupil Premium is allocated to pupils from low-income families who are currently known to be eligible for free school meals (FSM). The premium is provided in order to support these pupils in reaching their potential. 

 The Government have deployed a fixed amount of money to schools per pupil, based on the number of pupils registered for free school meals. The Government do not dictate how schools should spend this money, but are clear that schools need to employ strategies that they know will support pupils to increase their attainment, and ‘narrow the gap’.

 For the academic year, September 2020 to July 2021 our school will receive £24,175 of Pupil Premium & Post LAC funding.  The percentage of our pupils that are known to be eligible for Pupil Premium Funding is  17%. The national percentage is 26% (Primary).

The PP money is used to close the gap between those who have ever been in receipt of free school meals and those who have not. As we have a small percentage of children on Pupil Premium funding, we can pin point specific needs and support for each individual child. Interventions are then put in place accordingly and are tracked termly and the impact analysed. Interventions are monitored and reviewed by the SLT to ensure we are closing the gaps.

If a child is not making progress the intervention is changed, to ensure progress. There is a very strong commitment from staff and governors, to remove barriers to a pupil’s development.


Pupil Premium Strategy 2020-2021

Pupil Premium Strategy 2019-2020


Leaflet for pupil premium eligibility


Link to government web page for more information


Catch up Funding

For the academic year 2020/21, the government have provided additional funding of £80 per child, to support the catching up of learning following the Covid 19 closures of schools. Our school is due to receive £12,480.



What does it do?



Century app

App that instantly identifies gaps in learning and remedies misconception, supporting and stretching child at a pace that is right for them

All children in Juniors can access Century via their teacher to support learning. Less children with gaps in knowledge


8 Ipads

Teaching staff given ipads to take home/use in school to support remote learning /zoom meetings

Staff have technology to support planning and teaching. Children have access to staff if class in isolation-


30 tablets

Reading plus app to support individual readers. Each class in juniors are given 6 weeks to do intense reading course.

Reading ability, comprehension and speed improves in all children in Juniors


Read2write scheme

Supports staff teaching writing. Children’s writing linked to quality books

Children’s writing improves


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