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Pupil Premium Grant

Pupil Premium Grant

 

The Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) was introduced in April 2011 and is allocated to schools to help disadvantaged pupils to raise attainment and improve progress.  All schools are required to publish online the amount of Pupil Premium received and how this is being used. At Sheldwich Primary School we ensure that funds are used effectively, supplemented if necessary by the school’s budget to provide additional support in teaching and learning as well as assisting parents and carers with the cost of school trips and activities. 

 

2021/22 – Total Grant £20,175

 

Eligible Pupils – 15 / School roll 211  

The amount of PPG per pupil is as follows:

Pupils who have been registered for Free School Meals (FSM) at any point in the last six years

£1,345

Looked-after children (LAC) defined in the Children Act 1989

 

£2,345

Pupils of armed service personnel

 

£310

Pupils who have ceased to be looked after by a local authority  because of adoption

£2,345

 

Provision

  • Funding additional Learning Support Assistant hours across the school to provide assistance with reading, writing and mathematics and intervention programmes as determined by data analysis and pupil progress meetings
     
  • Training staff in specific areas as required to ensure that are fully trained to deliver intervention programmes and provide support for pupils
     
  • Acquiring effective materials and resources aimed at raising standards and to meet individual needs
     
  • Funding extracurricular and enrichment activities such as musical instrument tuition, art club and out of school activities
     
  • Funding school activities, class visits and assisting parents and carers with the cost of uniforms

Impact

SATS results 2021/22.

 

 

End of Key Stage 2

 

 

Disadvantaged Pupils

 

All Pupils

Attainment

Percentage of pupils achieving ‘expected standard’ (reading  maths tests and writing TA)

67%

85%

Percentage of pupils achieving ‘higher standard’ (reading  maths tests and writing TA)

0%

21%

Progress

Average scaled score in reading

 

105

108

Progress

Average scaled score in maths

 

103

108

 

 

 

2022/23 – Total Grant £20,775

 

Eligible Pupils – 15 / School roll 215 

The amount of PPG per pupil is as follows:

Pupils who have been registered for Free School Meals (FSM) at any point in the last six years

£1,385

Looked-after children (LAC) defined in the Children Act 1989

 

£2,410

Pupils of armed service personnel

 

£320

Pupils who have ceased to be looked after by a local authority because of adoption

£2,410

 

Provision

  • Funding additional Learning Support Assistant hours across the school to provide assistance with reading, writing and mathematics and intervention programmes as determined by data analysis and pupil progress meetings
     
  • Training staff in specific areas as required to ensure that they are fully trained to deliver intervention programmes and provide support for pupils
     
  • Acquiring effective materials and resources aimed at raising standards and to meet individual needs
     
  • Funding extracurricular and enrichment activities such as musical instrument tuition, art club and out of school activities
     
  • Funding school activities, class visits and assisting parents and carers with the cost of uniforms
     

Impact

The impact will be reported at the end of the academic year                 

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