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PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT

Click here to see how we have used our Pupil Premium Grant (2015-16).

Click here to see how we have used our Pupil Premium Grant (2016-2017).

What is Pupil Premium Grant?

Pupil Premium Grant, which is additional to main stream funding, was introduced by the Government  in order to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils.  It is allocated to children from families who are currently known to be eligible for Free School Meals (FSM), children who have received Free School Meals at some point in the last 6 years in mainstream schools, children who have been looked after continuously for more than 6 months and children from armed services personnel families.  Adopted children are also eligible for the Pupil Premium Grant.  

How can schools use the Pupil Premium Grant?

’ It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility’’. (DFE)

How much Pupil Premium Grant does Cononley Primary School receive?

Summary of Funding at Cononley Primary School 2017-2018

Percentage of Pupils Receiving Pupil Premium Grant

4.3%

Number of Pupils Receiving Pupil Premium Grant

6

Amount of Pupil Premium Grant per Pupil

Pupils Receiving Free School Meals

£1320

Looked After or Recently Adopted Pupils

£1900

Pupils Whose Parents are in the Armed Forces

£300

Total funding received

Total = £9240 (the full amount will come into the budget in April 2018)

 

 How is Cononley Primary School Spending the Pupil Premium Grant 2017-2018?

We track the progress and attainment of all children in school, which enables us to provide additional targeted support for those pupils eligible for Pupil Premium Grant. This year we have used the funding to provide the following:

 

Actions (costs based on 52 weeks)

Cost (including approx. on-costs)

End of Year Impact

TA support for small groups and 1: 1 work to close the gap in attainment in Maths and English (Reading and Phonics) and support with homework in KS1

 2 hours @ £11 per hour x 52 weeks

 

 £1144

 

 

HLTA Support with Spelling and reading in KS1

1 hour per week @£14 per hour x 52 weeks

  £1456

 

 

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Deployment of HLTA in LKS2 to support learning in core subjects by:

  • Allowing the class teacher to work with children receiving PP funding
  • Working 1:1or small groups with PP children , as directed by the class teacher

 

4 hours per week @£14 per hour x 52 weeks

 

 £2912

 

 

 

Deployment of HLTA in UKS2 to support learning in core subjects by:

  • Allowing the class teacher to work with children receiving PP funding
  • Working 1:1or small groups with PP children , as directed by the class teacher

2.5 hours per week@ £14 x 52 weeks

 £1820

 

Resources to support learning in Reading, Writing and Maths

 KS1,  KS2

 

£700 to be designated for resources to support individual needs.  

Cost of swimming for pupils in LKS2

£24.70 x 4 half terms for two children = £197.60  

Subsidising the cost of educational visits and extra-curricular activities.

KS1,  KS2

Sports: £135 x3 = £405 (approx.  based on Term 1 uptake)

Other Activities: £30

Visits: £6 x 7 = £56(approx.)

Residential: £100

Milk: £72

 

Contributing to SELFA (Skipton Extended Learning for All) to provide out of school clubs and holiday activities.

 

 £462

 

Total

 £9282.60

 

 

 

 

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