Pupil Premium 2015 - 2016

Pupil premium grant expenditure: Report to parents

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


Total amount of PPG received

£104, 280

Nature of support


  • Teacher for single year groups
  • Teaching Assistants support - intervention programes
  • Y6 Teacher booster groups
  • Home School Link Worker
  • Educational Residential Visit supported


Curriculum focus of PPG spending


  • For children to make expected or better progress in maths, reading, writing and grammar, punctuation & spelling  
  • To raise the self-esteem of children in need of positive reinforcement and pastoral guidance, attendance rewards and initiatives
  • For children to receive the same opportunities as others in terms of experience outdoor education through a residential visit


Measuring the impact of previous PPG spending during 2015-16

100% taught in single year group within Y6

100% Y6 received Booster Literacy & Numeracy Support

100% received TA support for Literacy & Numeracy learning


End of Key Stage Two PPG Impact:  school headline data shows;

95% of children achieved national age expectation or better in reading

89% of children achieved national age expectation or better in Writing

100% of children achieved national age expectation or better in Maths

100% of children achieved higher than national standard in all areas


PPG children

92%  achieved national expectation in reading

85% achieved national expectations in writing

100% achieved national expectations in Maths 


(2015-16 Year 6 cohort had 68% of pupils eligible for PPG)