Each financial year schools receive a ‘pupil premium’, an additional amount allocated to schools per pupil whose families are in receipt of free school meals (anytime in the previous six years), children who are looked after and children whose parents are in the armed forces. Schools use this additional funding to support these pupils to raise aspirations and educational outcomes.
Objectives for Pupil Premium:
At Heron Primary School for the year 2018 – 2019 we received £80,960. We are using this money in the following ways:
We assess pupils regularly and through termly discussions in pupil progress meetings and with the Pupil Care Team, if assessment suggests that pupils are working below national expectation or if there is underlying underachievement, discretionary interventions are put in place, which include:
Funding is also used in the following ways:
Our Pupil Premium objectives over the next three years are as follows:
LONG-TERM PLAN (3 YEAR TIMESCALE)
Priorities in spending PPG:
1. To improve reading outcomes for Pupil Premium children and diminish the difference between them and their peers.
2. To ensure Pupil Premium children attend school regularly
3. To improve emotional well-being of pupils through access to rich and varied experiences
You can find our 2018-2019 Evaluated Pupil Premium Statement here.