2019 – 2020 The school will receive £7,480 in pupil premium funding.
2018 – 2019 The school received £9,350 in pupil premium funding.
2017- 2018 The school received £6,545 in pupil premium funding.
We use digital technology amongst other interventions to support literacy and numeracy development for disadvantaged pupils.
Our pupils make significant gains on average in relation to literacy and numeracy when compared to other pupils of the same age. For the pupils eligible to receive the pupil premium, these gains are typically higher.
Please find further details on pupil premium spending for 2019 – 2020, 2018-2019 and 2017-2018 at the links below.
PE and Sports Premium for Primary Schools
2018 – 2019 The school will received £6,000 in primary PE and sports premium funding.
2017 – 2018 The school received £5,000 in primary PE and sports premium funding.
2016 – 2017 The school received £2,500 in PE and sports premium funding.
The funding has been used to employ a peripatetic sports instructor and renew the school’s sports equipment. This has enabled pupils to increase their participation in sport, and consequently their attainment.
A group of pupils in Primary/Middle increased their active participation in sessions over the course of the sport programme. 100% of young people were taking part in the activities by the last session, which was an increase of at least 20 % from the beginning.
Pupils learnt new football skills such as : passing with the side of their feet and tackling, heading, trapping and throwing the ball. The culmination of the extra PE input was that every pupil participated in Sports Day.
The school continues to employ a peripatetic sports instructor.
Please find further details on primary PE and sports premium spending for 2016-17, 2017 – 2018 and 2018 – 2019 at the links below: