Pupil Premium Funding

Pupil Premium Funding 2015 / 2016

The pupil premium grant (PPG) is payable to schools and local authorities for the raising the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities to reach their potential and supporting children and young people with parents in the regular armed forces or children who have been looked after in local authority care. 

Academic Year

Number of pupils on roll

Number of pupils eligible for pupil premium (as a percentage of the NOR)

Amount £

2015 2016


85 (50%)

£116, 160


Key Action

Cost £

Expected Outcome

Monitoring Arrangements

To provide a breakfast club for specific children by invitation


To ensure that identified children have a calm start to their days and have a meal

DP and KT

To provide children with an opportunity to learn a musical instrument


Children will have had an opportunity to learn to read music and play a keyboard

DP and DM

To ensure that pupil attendance is at least at national average 96.01% and that all attendance is closely monitored. All steps are taken to ensure that individual pupil attendance shows improvement


Individual pupil attendance improves and persistent absenteeism decreases

DP and AH


Free School Milk


All entitled children receive f.s.m. if they want it

DP and AC

School to purchase Boxall Profile


Monitoring of impact of Nature and Nurture Groups is improved and quantifiable

BS and MB

NEST to continue


NEST improves children’s behaviour ( to include self- regulation and confidence)

BS and MB


To employ teaching assistants and higher level teaching assistants to provide small group intervention


Children who receive intervention make good progress

DP, DC and BS


School to continue to  employ EWO


EWO supports the school with reducing the number of persistent absenteeism


DCof G


This policy is reviewed on an annual basis or more regularly dependent on outcomes of monitoring.