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Pupil Premium Reporting Form 2018/19

The information below details our Pupil Premium, service pupil and sport funding grants

Number of pupils & pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll 90
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 67
Amount PPG received per pupil £1320 per FSM(4) pupil;
£1900 per looked after child (0);
£300 per service (63) pupil
Total amount of PPG received £24,180

In 2018-19 the school will receive £24,180 pupil premium funding for 65 pupils, this amounts to 74% of the school population.

The following table identifies how the money will be spent and the impact of it on the children at the school.

Description Budget Objective Impact and Evaluation
Emotional Literacy Support
(ELSA)
£16,000 To enable children to be supported to:
  • have a point of contact to help deal with worries, concerns and difficulties
  • support pupils with transition into and out of the school
  • relate positively
  • react to conflict and difficulty without losing control
  • relate positively to peers/adults
  • to develop trusting relationships and confidence
  • to develop a positive attitude
 
Wright to Talk
Counselling
£800 To enable specific children to be supported to:
  • deal with shock, difficulty and issues surrounding family breakdowns, conflict and bereavement
 
Enrichment through a focus on the arts £7000 To provide a rich variety of experence to broaden horizons and raise aspirations in order to narrow the cultural gap between pupils
  • Opportunities to ensure all pupils feel that the arts are accessible and applicable to them
  • Theatre groups in to school
  • Trips out to theatre
  • Music lessons/performances
  • Authors
  • Visitors in from dieffernt jobs to inspire career choices
  • Drama club
  • Improved speaking and listening
  • Dance club
  • Cooking club
  • Pilates
  • Sewing enrichment
  • Origanmi
  • Museum Trips
  • Work with Wessex Archaeology
  • Visits to places of historical and cultural importance
  • Book Group
 
Bluey Club £50 To provide time in school for pupils with Forces parents to:
  • keep in regular touch via Bluey
  • celebrate birthdays and important occasions
 
Money to support a specific need/occasion £300 To provide top up funding for Disadvantaged pupils to ensure they have equal access to the school opportunities.  


Pupil Premium Reporting Form 2017/18

The information below details our Pupil Premium, service pupil and sport funding grants.

Number of pupils & pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll 75
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG 49
Amount PPG received per pupil £1320 per FSM(2) pupil;
£1900 per looked after child (0);
£300 per service (47) pupil
Total amount of PPG received £16,740

In 2017-18 the school will receive £16, 740 pupil premium funding for 49 pupils, this amounts to 65% of the school population.

The following table identifies how the money will be spent and the impact of it on the children at the school.

 
 
Description Budget Objective Impact and Evaluation
Emotional Literacy Support
(ELSA)
£16,000 To enable children to be supported to:
  • have a point of contact to help deal with worries, concerns and difficulties
  • support pupils with transition into and out of the school
  • relate positively
  • react to conflict and difficulty without losing control
  • relate positively to peers/adults
  • to develop trusting relationships and confidence
  • to develop a positive attitude
 
Wright to Talk
Counselling
£500 To enable specific children to be supported to:
  • deal with shock, difficulty and issues surrounding family breakdowns, conflict and bereavement
 
Bluey Club £50 To provide time in school for pupils with Forces parents to:
  • keep in regular touch via Bluey
  • celebrate birthdays and important occasions
 
Money to support a specific need/occasion £190 To provide top up funding for Disadvantaged pupils to ensure they have equal access to the school opportunities.  

Pupil Premium Reporting 2017/18

Please click on link to see table for 2017/18

Pupil Premium Reporting 2016/17

The PPG spend in 2016-17 was to support the salary of a part time interventions teacher. This was under previous leadership and outcomes for PPG pupils was variable. This is a priority to be addressed this year.