2014 – 2015

ACADEMIC YEAR 2014– 2015

Pupil Premium Allocation covering the period 2014-2015 is £164,850. This will continue to support such items as:

  • Additional specialist support
    • Transportation to Specialist support off site.
    • SENNIS screening of pupils as required.
  • Extra tuition for pupils in Years 2 and 6 delivered by both teachers and support staff
  • Provision support staff for Reception, Years 1 to Year 6
  • Partial funding of support staff across Key Stage 1 and 2 delivering provision in Reading, Writing and Maths from 8.30am until 3.30pm.
  • Learning Mentor for whole school impacting on attendance, attainment and well being
  • EP Screening
  • Books and additional resources
  • Fully funded or partly funded, extracurricular activities including holiday and weekend clubs.
  • Funding of Theme Weeks and enhancement days
  • Subsidising the cost of Activities Week for Year 6
  • Subsidising trips throughout the year for all Year groups.
  • Subsidising attendance of Breakfast Club and After School Club
  • Partial funding of an Extended Services Manager who liaises closely with the learning mentor, developing links with hard to reach families, support services, leading towards the removal of barriers to learning.
  • Funding support for purchasing of uniform.
  • Subsidising cost of school milk.
  • Partially funded management restructure for SEND role to ensure children access required provision quicker.
  • Purchasing of outdoor equipment for use at break and lunch periods to enhance enjoyment of all children.
  • Enhancement of reading areas throughout school to encourage reading for pleasure – this had significant impact on attainment for reading, both Level 4 and Level 5 are above national figures.


Additional provision support will also made available to a range of other underachieving or SEN pupils. We are equally aware that the environment that our children work and play in is very important and a lot of time and money has been invested to ensure that the classrooms and grounds are conducive to learning, and that all of our children are safe, secure and enjoying their time in school. We will continue to support individual families and children with links to external agencies and help where needed.

Our SATs results are a good indicator of the impact these provisions have made:

Subject Level 4+ Level 5
Reading 100 % 82%
Writing 87 % 50%
Maths 87 % 41%
G.P.S 84 % 68%

The percentage of our disadvantaged pupils making expected and above expected progress is above national.


We are also in receipt of PE funding, offered to all schools, as part of the Olympic Legacy to promote PE and healthy lifestyles. The allocation covering the period 2014-15 is £5,671. We use this funding to offer such activities as:

  • Swimming lessons for all Year 4 pupils.
  • The employment of a PE specialist  from the Local Authority for 1 day a week to work with all classes to raise PE skills and provide CPD for staff
  • Run a healthy Lifestyle club currently focusing on gymnastics.