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Welcome to Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is additional funding given to schools so that they can support their disadvantaged pupils and close the attainment gap between them and their peers.

 

Pupil Premium - What You Need to Know - DFE

 

How English Martyrs' RC Primary School uses the Premium Funding

2018/19 Pupil Premium funding was calculated on the basis of 20  “Ever 6” Free School Meal pupils in school and using the Children Looked After Data Return (SSDA903).  The Pupil Premium is additional to main school funding and it is used by our school to address any underlying inequalities between children eligible by ensuring that funding reaches the pupils who most need it.

Total amount of pupil premium received for April 2018 to April 2019 was £29,600.00

Barriers to learning include emotional, social well-being of pupils, pupils with special educational needs and pupils not making the expected progress or the same progress as their peers. Further information can be found in our Pupil Premium Policy.

At English Martyrs’ Primary School the 2018/19 pupil premium has and will be allocated to interventions and provisions in:

  • 1:1 tuition targeted children.
  • Booster/intervention groups to “close the gap” between groups of learners or extend the more able.
  • Emotional support for some children.
  • SEND support, such as sensory group work, fine motor skills, speech and language development etc.
  • Support purchasing of school uniforms, paying for school trips etc.
  • Software to support SEN children.
  • Additional adult support and professional services.
  • Extra support at lunchtimes for children with social and emotional issues.
  • Homework club.

The impact of pupil premium funding is monitored and evaluated against pupil attainment and progress 6 times per year.  The SLT meet with class teachers to track pupil progress and the impact of interventions on targeted pupils.

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2017/18 Pupil Premium funding was calculated on the basis of 20  “Ever 6” Free School Meal pupils in school, 3 service children and using the Children Looked After Data Return (SSDA903). 

 

Total amount of pupil premium received for April 2017 to April 2018 was £28, 725.00.

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2016/17 Pupil Premium funding was calculated on the basis of 21 “Ever 6” Free School Meal pupils in school and using the Children Looked After Data Return (SSDA903). 

Total amount of pupil premium received for April 2016 to April 2017 is £33,440.00.

Pupil premium was allocated to:

  • 1:1 tuition targeted children.
  • Booster/intervention groups to “close the gap” between groups of learners or extend the more able.
  • Emotional support for some children.
  • SEND support, such as sensory group work, fine motor skills, speech and language development etc.
  • Support purchasing of school uniforms, paying for school trips etc.
  • Homework club
  • Extra support at lunchtimes for children with social and emotional issues.

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2015/16 Pupil Premium funding was calculated on the basis of 21 “Ever 6” Free School Meal pupils in school and using the Children Looked After Data Return (SSDA903).  The Pupil Premium is additional to main school funding and it is used by our school to address any underlying inequalities between children eligible by ensuring that funding reaches the pupils who most need it.

Total amount of pupil premium received for 2015/16 was £42,223.00.

Pupil premium was allocated to:

  • Small group support for daily teaching provided by the class teacher and/or TA
  • Booster/intervention support in small groups of targeted pupils
  • Extra personnel/provision for emotional and social development
  • 1:1 provision
  • Extra support at lunchtime
  • Additional in-class support