Pupil Premium Strategy and Impact

Everyone is a gift and everyone is gifted.
We believe that every child is a gift and every child is gifted. Pupil premium (PP) funding is used to challenge barriers faced by vulnerable children and their peers.

Our school development plan promotes the personal, social and emotional development of our children and this is where our pupil premium spend is focused, alongside whole school professional development in reading and maths as target areas to improve.

Outdoor learning, well-being programmes and high quality phonics, reading and maths provision are key drivers. Interventions or specific focus areas of Quality First Teaching will give additional support to help children make progress.

The development of Ordinarily Available Inclusive Practice and dyslexia-friendly practice across the school helps support all pupils whilst safeguarding disadvantaged children from making less progress than their peers.

Please click on the links below to see how we are spending our PP and Covid-19 recovery allocations this year, with evidence included to justify priorities for our children. 

We regularly review our effective use of Pupil Premium through a mid-year review, Governor monitering and an annual PP review every July, at the end of the school year. The Headteacher summarises Pupil Premium strategy and impact to Governors with further scrutiny from the Quality & Standards sub-committee.