Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-17

Amount of Pupil Premium funding received 2016-17

Number of pupils eligible

61 (including 1xLAC)

Total PP received

£85,143

 

Identified barriers to educational achievement

Pool House has identified the following as barriers for some of the children in receipt of Pupil Premium:

  •  Access to language
  • Access to extra curricular activities – educational experiences such as trips, residential visits, music, theatre, arts and participation in physical activities
  • Attendance
  • Parental engagement with school
  • Cognition and learning
  • Behaviour – pupils with specific social and emotional needs which affect their learning

 

Pupil Premium

 

Pupil Premium Statement 2015- 2016

In 2015-2016 the Pupil Premium allocation is £96,660. The School plans to use the Pupil Premium in the following ways:

  • Learning Mentor and Social Group Provision
  • Additional TA's
  • Whole School resources
  • Playground Development
  • Residential Visit
  • Specialist Teacher support

Pupil Premium Statement 2014- 2015

In 2014-2015 the Pupil Premium allocation is £96,660. The School plans to use the Pupil Premium in the following ways:

  • Learning Mentor and Social Group Provision
  • Additional TA's
  • Whole School resources

In 2013-2014 the Pupil Premium allocation is £60,300.

The School plans to use the Pupil Premium in the following ways:

  • Learning Mentor and Social Group Provision
  • EYFS Training
  • Supporting parental involvement
  • Additional  Reading Recovery Teacher
  • Phonics Resources

In 2012/2013 the school received £37,200 in Pupil Premium allocations.

The Pupil Premium was used in a variety of ways including:

  • Canopies on Sunshine Class and Infant Yard
  • Clicker 6 computer software
  • Additional teacher support to deliver personalised intervention programmes including a reading support programme for pupils working below age related expectations
  • Additional Phonics resources

 




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