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Pupil Premium

2016-2017

Introduction

Pupil premium money is funding which targets funds to the benefit of pupils from low income families (those children who are eligible for free school meals). For this year pupils who have been eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years are also included in the allocation.

Pupils who are ‘Looked after’ (in care/fostered) for more than 6 months and children from service families are also included.

 

In 2016-17 Pickhill Primary School has received 2,900 as follows:

 

Per Child

2015/16 (April Financial Year)

Children who have been eligible for a free school meal at any time over the last 6 years

1,300

2,600

Children who are part of a Service Family

300

300

 

Pupil Premium funds are being used to:

  • Provide additional teaching to raise attainment and achievement in Year 6 through targeted interventions in English and Maths.
  • Fund technology to access online learning
  • Offer free clubs after school
  • Support to attend an outdoor education week
  • Fund the purchase of maths resources
  • Fund new scheme to aid spelling

The impact for pupil premium children:

 

Service children funds are being used for:

  • Books to support decoding for phonics
  • Resources to support segmenting and blending
  • Resources to develop the enjoyment of reading and comprehension

The impact for service children:

  

Accountability

The government believes that Headteachers and school leaders should decide how to use the pupil premium money within their own schools and are then held accountable for the decisions they make through:

  • The performance tables which show the performance of disadvantaged pupils compared with their peers
  • The Ofsted inspection framework, under which inspectors focus on the attainment of pupil groups, and in particular those who attract pupil premium
  • The reports for parents that schools have to publish online