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Pupil Premium Grant 2016- 2017

 

 

End of Key Stage 2 outcomes 2016. Pupil Premium information and comparisons.

Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

Allocation for 2015/2016- £91,680 (April-March)

This is the sixth year in which schools have had access to Pupil Premium Funding.

The allocation is generated by the number of children who have been eligible for free school meals during the previous 6 years, children who are Looked After and service children, and should be targeted at improving the provision for those pupils.  

 

Below are some ways this year's Pupil's Premium is being spent:

  •  Additional Teacher support -  Booster groups, intervention groups. ( Every Child Counts- Maths and Read, Write, Inc -Literacy, Inference - Literacy).
  • Additional  TA targeted support for pupils in basic skills - reading, writing and maths ( including Early Bird support before school).
  • Additional TA targeted support to meet the social and emotional needs of pupils and improve attendance e.g. Early Bird and lunchtime sport activities
  • Teaching Assistants for nurture provision.
  • Family Resource Workers to support children and families and impact on attendance
  • Learning Mentor
  • Additional 121 support at lunchtime.
  • Subsidising Y6 residential visit and other educational enrichment opportunities
  • Uniform

 

Pupil Premium 2014/2015

Pupil Premium 2014/2015 IMPACT:

 Pupil Premium funding has successfully narrowed the performance gaps for disadvantaged pupils at Buxton Junior School in 2015. Our results are  broadly in line and above national data in all areas except for reading. However, 36% of disadvantaged pupils made more than expected progress in reading which is above the national figure.


Allocation for 2014/2015 £83,800
This is the fifth year in which schools have had access to Pupil Premium Funding.

The allocation is generated by the number of children who have been eligible for free school meals during the previous 6 years and service children and should be targeted at improving the provision for those pupils from families on a low income. This can be achieved, for example, through targeted teacher time, TA support and resources.

Below are some ways in which this year's Pupil Premium is being spent.

1  Additional Teacher support -  Booster groups, intervention groups.
2  Additional Teaching Assistant support for pupils in basic skills - reading, writing and maths.
3  Teaching Assistant for nurture provision.
4  Family Resource Worker.
5  Additional support at lunchtime.
6  Subsidising Y6 residential visit and other educational visits.
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