Pupil Premium Grant
Proposed Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure Strategy: Report to Parents 2020-2021
This report provides information on how the school plans to use the Pupil Premium (PP) in this academic year and the intended impact this will have on our pupil’s academic achievement and personal wellbeing. It also shows how we intend to make sure that the provision for this group of pupils is of a consistently high quality so that each action funded by PP leads to improvements in pupils’ development and learning and enables them to achieve high standards. In our school, we are ambitious for all our pupils and have high expectations of all. Every effort is made to ensure that the extra funding is used to best effect so that it makes a strong impact on pupils’s learning, success and happiness.
Specific barriers to education that our pupils face:
- Low literacy and or numeracy
- Low self-confidence, aspirations and resilience.
- Poor punctuality and attendance
- Social and emotional difficulties and challenges
- Insufficient family engagement with their schooling.
Overview of PPG expenditure and outcomes for pupils:
- Nature of additional support
- How is it linked with access to school curriculum and learning?
- How much was spent?
- What are the outcomes for pupils?
- Reasons for decision on specific strategy
Strategic Plan for the Year ahead 2020-21: Overview and Planned expenditure and expected outcomes
An overview: Number of eligible pupils and Pupil Premium Grant Review for 2020-21 academic Year
|Total number of pupils on roll September 2020||275|
|Total number of pupils eligible for PPG (Ever 6 & Ever)||50|
|Amount of PPG received per primary pupil (16 pupils)||£1216.94|
|Amount of PPG received per secondary pupil (34 pupils)||£995.00|
|Total amount of PPG received||£53,301.04|
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