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Pupil Premium Funding

 Pupil Premium is an additional amount schools receive from the government to support areas of deprivation. The amount each school receives is allocated to schools to work with pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as ‘Ever 6 FSM’).  Schools also receive funding for children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months, and children of service personnel.

The small numbers of pupils we have at our school means that if we put the detailed information on our website that the government suggests individual pupils and families and pupils could be identified. Our Pupil Premium Plan therefore talks in general terms about the areas where we will be directing spending.


How do we use this money wisely?

Mrs Corner

Mrs Corner looks after individual children and makes sure that everything is going well at school and that they are doing well with their school work. She works with the teachers to make sure that everything that should be provided is in place and working well for the child. She keeps in close touch with the Headteacher, and lets her know if there are any problems. She helps make sure that children have excellent attendance at school so that they can do their very best.



Mrs Corner, Mrs Firth, Mrs Trowsdale and Mrs Wheatcroft

These Teaching Assistants each belong to one class, so they know all the children really well. They take part in all the same training sessions as the teachers, and work hard alongside the teachers to ensure that children have all the help and resources in class that they need to succeed.  They also all have different specialisms which mean that they are very skilled at delivering extra support if needed.


  Giving Every Opportunity

To make sure that all children have every opportunity for social and cultural experiences as well as access to the very best learning resources, we spend money on things like providing extra-curricular activities and offering a longer school day with access to learning resources, including computers and homework support, in our Seashells after-school club.




How do we know we are doing a good job?

Mrs Rowe

Mrs Rowe is our Link Governor for Pupil Premium, and she keeps a very close eye on how we spend it.  She works with teachers and the Headteacher to find out whether the money we have spent has made an improvement on pupil achievement, and reports this to the Full Governing Body. If the Governors do not think the money is doing a good job, we change things quickly.




Our Pupil Premium Strategy for academic year 2019-20

Our Pupil Premium Policy 2018 can be found here




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