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Pupil Premium

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Pupil Premium is funding provided to schools to support children who may be vulnerable to underachievement: for those who children are currently eligible and those who have been eligible for free school meals in any of the previous six years. It also provides a smaller amount of funding for children who have been eligible for the service child premium at any point in the last three years.

 

At Bomere Heath CE Primary School we ensure that the funding is being utilised effectively by analysing the needs of children entitled to Pupil Premium, putting into place strategies and actions to meet their needs and then monitoring this carefully.


Please see the documents on this page for further details.

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Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-2017


Pupil Premium 2016/2017 - £9820.​


 


​​Amount Allocated

​Area of Spend

​Intended Outcome

​​£2000

​Teacher Training and Professional Development

​Ensure Quality First Teaching for all pupils

£500

​TA available on gate every morning

​TA to meet parents, take messages back into school and foster relationships with hard to reach parents

​£200

​Supplement uniform purchases

​Ensure all pupils have access to correct uniform

​£720

Contingency Budget

To ensure the needs of individuals are met during the course of the year

​£2000

​Learning mentor support

​Support learning of vulnerable pupils

​£3000

​TA to deliver specific interventions

​To deliver small group, 1:1 and intervention support for pupils 

​£500

​Costs towards trips and residentials

​To ensure that all pupils have access to extra-curricular learning opportunities


£900

Breakfast and After School Club attendance​

​To give pupils opportunity to access extended schools and further learning and social opportunities




Pupil Premium 2015/2016 - £11425.

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​​Amount Allocated

​Area of Spend

​Outcomes

​​£2000

​Teacher Training and Professional Development

​Quality First Teaching for all pupils

£500

​TA available on gate every morning

​Fostered relationships with hard to reach parents and developed communication systems

​£200

​Supplement uniform purchases

​Pupils had access to correct uniform

​£100​

​Fund pupil attendance at Spaghetti Maths Club

​Pupils had access to quality extra-curricular opportunities

​£2000

​Learning mentor support

​Supported learning of vulnerable pupils

​£1000

​Learning Behaviour Training and Development

​Learning Behaviour is Outstanding across all classes

​£3000

​TA to deliver specific interventions

​Delivered small group, 1:1 and intervention support for pupils

​£500

​Costs towards trips and residentials

​All pupils had access to extra-curricular learning opportunities


£900

Breakfast and After School Club attendance​

​Pupils had opportunity to access extended schools and further learning and social opportunities

​£1225

​Creation of nurture room

Gave a calm and safe place for all pupils


Bomere Heath Pupil Premium Attainment 2016


Pupil Premium Progress and Attainment 2015