Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Projected Expenditure 2017-2018
Total number of learners on roll 2017/18  Sept ‘18 109
Total number of learners entitled to PPG (prior to September 2013) 11
Amount of PPG per pupil (from April 2017 – Primary Phase) £1320
Amount of PPG per pupil (Secondary Phase) £935
Total number of learners entitled to Forces Grant 0
Total number of Children Looked After 0
Total amount of Pupil Premium received £10,812


Commitment Approx. Amount Action Monitoring
Removing barriers to learning through effective pupil induction & support £4000




Recruit a Hub TA to run small group and 1:1 induction and intervention


Recruit an EAL co-ordinator to support and induct EAL pupils and provide CPD for Staff

Pupil Progress meetings and school data
Removing barriers by supporting with School Uniform £500 Means-tested grant to increase learner and parent engagement and to boost self-esteem and support attendance Attendance Data
Additional resources to supporting accelerated progress in Reading, Writing and Numeracy £1000 To accelerate progress in reading and writing. Fresh Start, Language Link, Phonics, Read Write Inc. programmes mainly in Primary. English & Maths Gold groups in KS3 Pupil Progress meetings and school data
Subsidy grants (for trips, residential, music and sports clubs/ activities) £300 All pupils have equal access and opportunity to all activities on offer at school; increase in confidence and learner engagement Positive Correlation with Pupil Data e.g. Improved attendance
Pupil Progress Meetings (Termly) and pupil voice meetings £1000 Partial cost of supply; class teachers meet with Assistant Head and Inclusion Manager to discuss attainment and progress of individual pupils and target groups;  planning of intervention and support for pupils; Individual pupil voice meetings with class teacher to discuss personalised targets and learning programmes Staff can set targeted work in class and plan interventions that are regularly reviewed for pupil’s not on track to make progress.


Pupil’s have targets that are personalised to help them make progress. Pupil’s indicated during pupil voice meetings that targets are linked to their learning, they are achievable.

“In life, when the quality of one’s work really matters, one almost never submits a first draft. An ethic of excellence requires revision.”

~ Ron Berger, author and educationalist