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Pupil Premium STRATEGY

Pupil Premium Funding at Huncoat Primary School.

Pupil Premium funding is additional funding given to schools to support pupils who are eligible.  There are a variety of reasons why your child may be entitled to this funding which includes:

  • If they are on Free School Meals or have been at any point in the last 6 years
  • If they are a Looked After Child (in the care of the Local Authority)
  • If they have previously been a Looked After Child and are now adopted from care or are under a Special Guardianship Order or a Child Arrangements Order or a Residence Order
  • If they have a parent in the military or has been in the military over the past 5 years or are in receipt of a child pension from the Ministry of Defence 

 

Our final pupil premium funding for 2016-2017 was : £87,720

Our final pupil premium funding for 2018-19 is: £96,660

(attached) Pupil Premium Statement 2018-19 

The pupil premium is required to be used to support improving outcomes for pupils who may be disadvantaged and to close the gap in pupil achievement between identified cohorts.

 A summary of the main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils of the school :

  • Speech and Language in the Early Years is lower than national
  • Pupil Premium children come into the Early Years lower than Age Range Expectations 
  • A percentage of Pupil Premium children come into school lower than their peers and the gaps aren't closing 
  • Issue such as Behaviour/ Esteem/ Social stop a percentage of Pupil Premium children achieving 

Other barriers include:

  • low attendance and persistent absentees 
  • high levels of mobility within school

 At Huncoat we are using our Pupil Premium in 2018-19 to :

              • To close the gaps between PP children and non PP in reading/ writing and numeracy

  • • To offer experiences and opportunities for PP children – in return this has an impact on writing and reading inference
    • To provide PP children who are also GRT with extra support in Reading & Maths to close the gaps
    • To close the gaps between PP and non PP within speech and language in the Early Years
    • To provide extra adult support to close the gaps in the EY so the children ‘catch up’ before the end of the year
    • To pay for Pupil Support Officer through attendance to ensure PP have 96%+ attendance