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Pupil Premium and Recovery Premium

Our School

In our school the percentage of children eligible for Free School Meals at any time in the last six years is between 20% and 30%.  For the period April 2019 to April 2020 we received £122,080 in Pupil Premium.  For the period April 2020 to April 2021 we received £133,155.  For the current financial year we have received £122,050.

The Recovery Premium allocated to our school for this school year is £13,050.

The Pupil Premium and Recovery Premium is spent in the following ways:

  • one to one tuition reading and maths tuition for identified children
  • Lexia support for identified children
  • targeted support from our Inclusion Teaching Assistant
  • speach and language support for identified children
  • booster groups
  • funds for parental engagement initiatives
  • training for both teachers and teaching assistants, particularly lesson studies
  • support for trips and visitors to school to lead activities
  • funding for Family Key Workers and a School Counsellor
  • funding for resources to support high quality teaching and learning
  • specialist provision for art, music, drama and PE

For further details on how this money was spent together with the impact it made please view our Pupil Premium Strategy Statement for 2021-22.  Our Pupil Premium Strategy is reviewed annually and the next review date is September 2022.

For more information from the DfE click here.

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