Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011. Funding is allocated to schools for children from low-income families who are eligible for free school meals, looked after children and those from families with parents in the Armed Forces. This funding is used to raise achievement for disadvantaged pupils.

Beormund Primary School Pupil Premium Funding Statement

April 2017-March 2018

 

This year 2017-2018 it is anticipated we will receive £33,000 pupil premium the based on children that have been eligible for Free School meals at any time during the past 6 years or children that are Looked After Services Children. 

 

Below is a summary of what we plan on spending our allocated funding on:–

 

Use of Pupil Premium to:

 

Approx Cost

Resource

To improve behaviour support, access to the curriculum, to boost children’s confidence and engagement by procuring additional services and interventions from multiagency practitioners to work with our children

£22,000

  • Drama Therapy
  • Boxing Instructor
  • Reflexology
  • Art Therapy
  • Music Therapy
  • Active Learn Bug Club
  • Premier League Reading Stars

Extended activities that will contribute to educational outcomes and broaden our children’s knowledge of the world around them

£11,000

  • Residential trips
  • Enrichment offsite/onsite activities

 

Total

£33,000

 

 

 

 

Beormund Primary School Pupil Premium Funding Statement

April 2016-March 2017

 

This year we received £36,960.00 pupil premium the based on children that have been eligible for Free School meals at any time during the past 6 years or children that are Looked After Services Children.  We carried forward £11,056 from 2015-2016

 

Below is a summary of what we plan on spending our allocated funding on:–

 

Use of Pupil Premium to:

 

Approx Cost

Resource

To improve behaviour support, access to the curriculum, to boost children’s confidence and engagement by procuring additional services and interventions from multiagency practitioners to work with our children

£32,106

  • Speech Bubbles Drama & Speech and Language workshops
  • Judo Instructor
  • Reflexologist
  • Additional day Art Therapy
  • Active Learn Bug Club
  • Premier League Reading Stars
  • Carousel Workshops
  • Nordorf Robbins Music Therapy

 

Extended activities that will contribute to educational outcomes and broaden our children’s knowledge of the world around them

£15,910

  • Residential trips
  • Enrichment offsite/onsite activities

 

Total

£48,016

 

 

 

 

 

Disadvantaged analysis 2012-2015

Our figures show that over the past four years, disadvantaged pupils outperform other pupils in all areas. Because of the small numbers on roll, the data is cumulative since Pupil Premium was introduced.

Children achieving Level 4 and above

 

Reading

Writing (TA)

Maths

SPAG

Pupil Premium

24/30

80%

14/30

47%

21/30

70%

11/23

48%

No Pupil Premium

6/11

55%

3/11

27%

6/11

55%

2/7

29%

Expected Progress

 

Reading

Writing (TA)

Maths

Pupil Premium

27/30

90%

24/30

80%

25/30

83%

No Pupil Premium

10/11

90%

8/11

73%

8/11

73%