Pupil premium grant expenditure 2016/2017

The attainment and progress of children from vulnerable groups, particularly those in receipt of additional Pupil Premium funding is a high priority for the school, receiving additional focus during school monitoring processes.

Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll


Total number of pupils eligible for PPG


Amount of PPG received per pupil


Amount of PPG received per service family pupil


Total amount of PPG received



Previous performance of disadvantaged pupils

(pupils eligible for free school meals or in local authority care for at least six months)


Reading – progress

+3.0 Tracking Points

Reading – attainment

-0.2 tracking Points below national expectations

Writing – progress

+3.0 Tracking Points

Writing – attainment

-0.5 tracking Points below national expectations

Maths – progress

+3.1 Tracking Points

Maths – attainment

-0.4  tracking Points below national expectations

Summary of spending and actions taken

Staff Costs

Speech and Language therapy sessions for targeted PP children.

Additional Teacher to release for conference marking/booster to raise attainment in Yr 4 and 5

Education Psychologist (additional hours to supplement allocated provision)

ELSA training for x 1 staff to provide additional, pastoral, support  for PP children

Raising Standards costs

Subsidising PP children for swimming and residential trips

Reading materials (Guided reading books  specifically turquoise level)

Maths resources (Concrete apparatus to support work in Number)

Musical instruments (Providing additional, extension activities)

EYFS creative play equipment

Outcomes at Year End

This section will be completed in July 2017