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Pupil Premium

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

Pupil Premium Funding

 

What is Pupil Premium?

 

The Pupil Premium Grant is provided to schools by the Government. The purpose of this additional funding is to raise attainment and improve outcomes for disadvantaged and vulnerable pupils in line with that of others.

The school receives additional Pupil Premium funding which is based on the number of children who are currently known to be eligible for Free School Meals (FSM), and from 2012-13 this also included pupils eligible for FSM at any point in the last six years (known as the Ever 6 FSM measure). Children who have been in care for one day or more (CiC) are entitled to additional funding (up to £1900) as are children of service personnel. Children who have been in care and are subsequently adopted are also eligible for additional funding.

 

The level of the pupil premium is £1320 per pupil per year.

At Great Waldingfield CEVC Primary School the total amount received in the financial year (April – March) 2015-2016 was £36,220             

In 2016-17 financial year (April – March) the total amount to be received is £31,680

How is Pupil Premium being used at Great Waldingfield in 2016-17?

Pupil Premium is allocated to three key areas:

  • Intervention
  • Support
  • Enrichment

 

Intervention at Great Waldingfield:

  • HLTA support for Y6 SATs Booster Groups/Individuals
  • Y6 SATS revision guides 
  • Counselling for pupils
  • Additional LSA hours for Adducus (beat dyscalculia)
  • Additional LSA hours for WellComm (speech and language)
  • Additional LSA hours for Lego Therapy
  • Additional HLTA support for phonics
  • Additional HLTA/LSA for Y2 Booster Groups/Individuals

 

Support at Great Waldingfield:

  • 25 hours specialist LSA support for BSL (1:1)
  • 16 hours LSA support (1:1)
  • 25 hours LSA emotional and behavioural support (1:1)
  • Subsidise the cost after school clubs and school trips (including Y6 residential)
  • Helping with the cost of school uniform
  • Additional LSA support in classes where appropriate 
  • ‘Early Birds’ breakfast club
  • ‘T Birds’ tea time club

 

Enrichment at Great Waldingfield:

  • Subsidise the cost of trips and after school clubs to enable disadvantaged/vulnerable children to have equal opportunity to broaden their horizons.
  • Subsidise the cost of ventures outside of school (e.g. sports, drama) to enable disadvantaged/vulnerable children to have equal opportunity to fulfil their dreams, achieve their aspirations and develop their talents.
  • Letterbox – parcels containing age appropriate reading material and maths games delivered to the home of the PP child

Expected outcomes

  • All disadvantaged/vulnerable children to have made at least good progress from their starting point. Their attainment will be in line with others. (In particular GLD at the end of EYFS, achieve the standard in phonics at the end of Y1 and at least ARE at the end of KS1 and KS2.)                              
  • All disadvantaged/vulnerable children will have equal opportunity to broaden their horizons and achieve their aspirations.
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