Premium Spending and Impact
Last year the premium helped to; fund new members of staff (both teaching and non-teaching), retain existing intervention staff, provide after-school clubs, lunchtime clubs and a breakfast club, enhance our outdoor classroom, subsidize trips and the year 6 residential, improve the premises and purchase new mobile technology for all classrooms. The funding has had important impact on the life experiences of our children as well as having a positive impact on the progress and attainment levels of all groups of children, including SEN children and Free School Meal children, many of whom started from low starting points.
Data for the children in receipt of Pupil Premium (PP), is always compared with National data. This data is included in the spending and impact document and shows that when compared with the National figures, the school's PP children achieve in line with, or better than, PP children nationally.
Please click on the link below for a detailed breakdown of spending and impact.