Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium 2016-2017

The pupil premium funds the school to support the achievement, enrichment and wellbeing of children who are in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM) over the last 6 years. For more information on pupil premium, visit:



All our work through the pupil premium will be aimed at accelerating progress moving children to or beyond age related expectations depending on their starting points.

Main barriers to academic achievement of ‘disadvantaged’ children

may include:

  •  Gaps in key literacy knowledge (phonics, handwriting, spellings, decoding, punctuation)
  • Lack of support in reading and homework at home
  • Gaps in key numeracy knowledge (number, calculations)
  • Ability to apply basic numeracy/literacy knowledge and skills (problem solving, fluency, comprehension, composition)  
  • Emotional issues that are impacting on learning and progress e.g. resilience, motivation, self-esteem, social skills
  • Poor learning behaviours and attitudes – being equipped, getting started, keeping going, trying a different approach  
  • Limited life experience beyond home and school – lack of visits to parks, museums, performances, Central London – nothing to write about or to inform a pupil’s ability to infer

The school receives £222,635.00 which is spent on a range of provisions.

These include:                                                                                                       

  • Reading Recovery -  0.6 specialist teacher  1:1 support Year 1 pupils X 5
  • Literacy Support Service - 1 day a week of 1:1 literacy input by a specialist literacy teacher in order to provide targeted intervention programmes addressing gaps in spelling, reading and writing.
  •  Providing small group work with experienced teachers focused on overcoming gaps in learning
  • Catch Up reading –supplied by extra TA
  • Lexia reading groups for targeted children from Reception – Year 6
  • Mentoring – KS1 and KS2 mentors targeting weekly assessed pupils in need of emotional support to enable access to learning
  • Supply to release teachers for pupil progress meetings
  • ICT investment in iPads and Chromebooks for pupils
  • Additional teachers for group work and reduced class sizes in Years 1 – 6 for English and Maths. Providing small group work with experienced teachers focused on overcoming gaps in learning – each year group has an extra teacher for support and intervention (£204,000) which allows team teaching in the classroom or reduces the main class size which allows for teaching to the top.
  • School Minibus rental for free trips for PP pupils      
  • Booster classes for Year 6
  • Supporting school journey and trips
  • Enrichment and clubs (some free places for PP pupils)
  • Acquiring effective materials and using effective resources aimed at raising standards, in English and mathematics
  • Additional teaching and learning opportunities and social and emotional support provided through trained TAs, HLTAs or external agencies eg Shine Again play therapy
  • Swimming (financial support towards cost)
  • Early Start Club and After School Club places subsided for targeted disadvantaged families
  • Parent workshops providing targeted support

These provisions are reviewed termly at the Governors' Teaching and Learning Committee.

Click here to open our full 2016-2017 Pupil Premium Statement (including impact analysis) and our statement for 2015-2016.

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