PUPIL PREMIUM INCOME 2014-15
|Years 1-6||Purchase of Primary Assertive Mentoring Programme plus related resources e.g files, Oxford Reading Tree supplementary resources/Curriculum 2014 updates etc||£7746|
|1-6||1:1 and small group interventions||£13725|
|Rec-Yr6||September 14-April 15 Additional teacher .5 to create smaller groups for reading and maths||£6624|
|N-Yr 6||Nurturing and Well Being||£4008|
IMPACT OF PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING
At Key Stage 1, 3 children assessed in 2015 were on FSM. They achieved as well as or better than children on FSM nationally.
In Year 6, six children taking SATs were on FSM. Out of the 6, 4 children joined us during Key Stage 2.
Reading: 5 children made expected progress with 2 making more than expected progress.
Writing: 6 made expected progress with 2 making more than expected progress.
Maths: 5 made expected progress with 1 making more than expected progress.
The school now needs to focus on those children entitled to Free School Meals who achieve the equivalent of a higher than average level at Key Stage 1 to ensure they continue to make good or better progress by the end of Key Stage 2.