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Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) Allocation for 2011/12 is £2440

The PPG allocation for 2011/12 was targeted to:

  • Parental and pastoral support meetings
  • Additional classroom support and resources
  • Access to enhancing curriculum experiences
  • Literacy support
  • Staff development

The impact of PPG for 2011/12 was:

  • Individual support needs met enabling pupils to reach or exceed expected progress
  • Children gained first hand experiences supporting a broad and balanced curriculum
  • The formation of strong working partnerships between outside agencies, home and school
  • Overall positive impact on learning, achievement and pastoral care

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) Allocation for 2012/13 is £5400

The PPG allocation for 2012/13 is targeted to:

  • Support to allow children to progress with year group expectations
  • Funding to allow access to all areas of curriculum enrichment
  • Individual support tailored to each individual pupil’s need
  • Targeted Literacy and Maths support
  • Maintain and build continued strong working partnerships between outside agencies, home and school in support of learning and pastoral care

The impact of PPG for 2012/13 was:

  • Support ensured individual children made progress in line with year group expectations in reading, writing and maths
  • All children gained first hand experiences within an enriched curriculum
  • Development work with outside agencies has continued to have positive impact on learning, achievement, social behaviour

 

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) Allocation for 2013/14 is £13,500

The PPG allocation for 2013/14 is targeted to:

  • Provide support to allow children to make expected progress
  • To continue the work at maintaining strong partnerships with outside agencies, home and school in support of learning and pastoral care
  • To provide training for staff specific to the needs of pupils
  • To enable the purchase of resources to cater for the pastoral care of pupils

The impact of PPG for 2013/14 was:

  • Support ensured individual children made at least expected progress results show:Reading100%, Maths 100% and Writing 100%. 50% made more than expected progress in Maths.
  • Time has been allocated to enable staff to liaise with specialist outside agencies and attend training to meet the needs of individual pupils.
  • IT equipment has been purchased to enable all pupils to access laptops during class IT lessons.
  • The school has identified a quiet garden area to develop which has  been cleared, partly planted and a seating area established.

 

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) Allocation for 2014/2015 is £19,500

The PPG allocation for 2014/15 is targeted to :

  • Provide support to allow children to make at least expected progress
  • Provide children with the latest IT equipment
  • Provide opportunities for children to engage in extra curriculum activities and trips
  • Specialist TA support in Basic Skills
  • Support for families to engage specialist support

 

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) Allocation for 2015/2016 is £24,167

The PPG allocation for 2015/2016 is targeted to:

  • To maintain specialised TA support (1st class @number trained) in Literacy and Numeracy
  • To support opportunities for children to engage in extra curriculum activities and trips
  • Support in class to meet social and emotional needs of children
  • To engage with and experience latest IT equipment