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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.

 

The Pupil Premium Grant was introduced in April 2011 to help schools and local authorities support pupils who may have additional needs, specifically those from low income families, pupils in care or adopted families and pupils whose parents are in the armed forces.

 

Schools are free to spend the money as they wish but are required to report to parents and other interested parties about how they have used the grant.

 

This report fulfils that requirement:-

 

2012/2013:- £1123.00     

2013/2014:- £1553.00     

2014-2015:- £10,200

2015-2016:- £10,036

2016-2017:- £9,820

2017-2018:- £15,680

 

Because our pupil numbers for this funding are low we do not give specific year groups, levels or funding information on this overview as individual children could be identified.   We do report this more specifically to our Governing Body, Local Authority and parents/carers.

 

* Please note that as it is problematic reporting on the impact of Pupil Premium Grant by financial year we are reporting in academic years

STRETTON ST MATTHEW’S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL: THE PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT

 

PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT 2014-2015   £10,200.00

ACTION

RESOURCES

EXPENDITURE

EXPECTED IMPACT

ACTUAL IMPACT (July 2015)

Planned programme of support for individual children following meetings with parents & carers

Meeting time

0

Individual pupils make good progress academically as well as socially & emotionally.

 

 

 

All pupils who received Pupil Premium funding made good, or better than good, progress academically.

 

Those children who were at the end of a Key Stage gained levels which were above national and local targets.

Monitor planned programmes of support at PEP meetings or other formal meeting with parents & carers

Meeting time

0

Monitoring of support with parents & carers at termly meetings

Ensure all allocated resources and interventions are available for the individual pupils

1:1 TA support

Subsiding of clubs/tuition

 

£7904.90

Individual pupils make good progress academically as well as socially & emotionally.

Providing a programme of mentoring for some pupils

1:1 support/mentoring

£788.00

Individual pupils progress socially & emotionally

Programme of music tuition

Music tuition

£105.20

Individual pupils make progress with their music tuition

Ensure all teaching & learning resources are available for the individual pupils

Purchase of books & resources

£1181.90

Individual pupils make good progress academically as well as socially & emotionally

Provision of sports coaching for individual pupils

Sports coach time

£220.00

Individual pupils make good progress in their chosen sport

 

STRETTON ST MATTHEW’S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL: THE PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT

PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT 2015-2016 £10,036

ACTION

RESOURCES

EXPENDITURE

EXPECTED IMPACT

ACTUAL IMPACT (July 2016)

Planned programme of support for individual children following meetings with parents & carers

Meeting time

0

Individual pupils make good progress academically as well as socially & emotionally.

 

 

 

 

 

 

All pupils who received Pupil Premium funding made good, or better than good, progress academically.

 

Those children who were at the end of a Key Stage gained levels which were above national and local targets.

 

Monitor planned programmes of support at PEP meetings or other formal meeting with parents & carers

Meeting time

0

Monitoring of support with parents & carers at termly meetings

Ensure all allocated resources and interventions are available for the individual pupils

1:1 TA support

Subsiding of clubs/tuition

£9356.34

Individual pupils make good progress academically as well as socially & emotionally.

Ensure residential resources are available for individual pupil s

Residential fees

£130

Provision of sports coaching for individual pupils

Sports coach time

£200.00

Individual pupils make good progress in their chosen sport

Ensure all allocated resources (IT) are available for individual pupils

IT equipment

£349.66

Individual pupils have access to IT to support their learning

 

STRETTON ST MATTHEW’S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL: THE PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT

PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT 2016-2017 £9,820

ACTION

RESOURCES

EXPENDITURE

EXPECTED IMPACT

ACTUAL IMPACT (July 2017)

Planned programme of support for individual children following meetings with parents & carers

Meeting time

0

Individual pupils make good progress academically as well as socially & emotionally.

 

 

 

 

 

 

All pupils who received Pupil Premium funding made good, or better than good, progress academically.

 

Those children who were at the end of a Key Stage gained levels which were above national and local targets.

 

Monitor planned programmes of support at PEP meetings or other formal meeting with parents & carers

Meeting time

0

Monitoring of support with parents & carers at termly meetings

Ensure all allocated resources and interventions are available for the individual pupils

1:1 TA support

Subsiding of clubs/tuition

£

Individual pupils make good progress academically as well as socially & emotionally.

Ensure residential resources are available for individual pupil s

Residential fees

£

Provision of sports coaching for individual pupils

Sports coach time

£

Individual pupils make good progress in their chosen sport

Ensure all allocated resources (IT) are available for individual pupils

IT equipment

£

Individual pupils have access to IT to support their learning

 

 

St Matthew's CE Primary School Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2017-2018

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