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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

Pupil Premium Funding – 2017/18

The pupil premium is an amount of extra resources the government provide to support children from less privileged backgrounds. We have a relatively small amount of Pupil Premium funding at Balderstone Church of England Primary School. Last year the school used this funding to contribute to one- to-one and small group tuition for a number of children. We also provided some nurture and well being support for individual children. We tracked their progress and it was felt that the additional tuition and support contributed to continued steady improvement in performance and results. This year we will continue to provide this additional support for children and also use the pupil premium to pay for school milk, extra curricular clubs, school trips and music lessons for individual children.

 

Pupil Premium Allocation:

 

2015/16 - £10,100

2016/17 - £18, 886

2017/18 -

 

Children in receipt of pupil premium - barriers to learning ( Identified termly and specific to our school).

 

Single parent family.

Bereavement owing to death of a parent.

Special educational needs and disability

Foster care, separation from family

Attitude and behaviour for learning

Self esteem ans emotional health

 


How pupil premium money is spent at Balderstone

The pupil premium spending strategy is reviewed by the governor's standards and effectiveness committee each term.

The money provides individual targeted support and also support for groups of children and for other vulnerable children in school.

This has included:

  • 1 to 1 support with learning
  • Welcome to school sessions every day
  • Additional teaching assistant support for groups
  • Nurture support
  • Music tuition
  • Support for extra curricular clubs 
  • Support for trips and school holidays
  • Paying for milk and toast
  • Intervention groups
  • Booster groups

 

What is the impact of pupil premium spending ?

 

Self confidence and self esteem

Attendance

Enjoyment of all aspects of school life

Maintaining good academic progress from starting points

Parental engagement and support

 

 

The schools pupil premium strategy is reviewed by governors termly. The next review is in Autumn 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

Review of Pupil Premium Strategies

 

The attainment, progress and well being of pupil premium children is reviewed by the Senior Leadership Team each half term

It is reviewed termly by the Governor's Standards and Effectiveness Committee

 

 

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