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Pupil Premium Funding

The Pupil Premium is an additional amount of money given to schools, on top of their main budget. Every school receives a fixed amount of money per pupil for all pupils meeting certain criteria.

Children helped by this funding include those who have been eligible for free school meals, at any given point, within the last 6 years and children who have been cared for by the Local Authority for at least 6 months.

The pupil premium is used to help raise attainment and progress for this group of pupils 

 

   Pupil Premium Funding at Bosbury 2016/17

   Pupil Premium Funding at Bosbury 2015/16

 

During 2013-14 Bosbury CE Primary received £13,500
During 2014-15 Bosbury CE Primary will receive £16,900

During 2015-16 Bosbury CE Primary will receive £22,740

 

The main aims of the pupil premium are to:

  • * Increase social mobility
  • * Enable more pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds to access the best education
  • * Reduce the attainment gap between the highest and lowest achieving pupils
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  • Pupil Premium 2015-16
     
  • The pupil premium allocation has been raised to £1300 per pupil. At Bosbury we plan to spend the money for eligible pupils in the following ways:

Pupil Welfare

  • 1 - Guidance from the Education Psychologist
  • 2 - Training and support from the Behaviour Team in Herefordshire
  • 3 - Training and support from the Speech and Language Therapist

Raising Standards

  • 1 - Professional development: releasing teachers and support staff to work with colleagues across the school and local school cluster to raise standards
  • 2 - Allocate additional time for a teacher to be a provision manager responsible for overseeing interventions and monitoring the impact
  • 3 - Support staff trained in running interventions with regular interventions delivered daily and monitored
  • 4 - Additional Teaching Assistant in Early Years  to support early reading
  • 5 - A high ratio of support staff per class and a training programme to support Quality 1st Teaching.

Enrichment

  • 1 - Music and Sports coach funded to provide tuition to all children
     

Use of funding

Outcomes

Cost

An Education Psychologist

Strategy in place to assess and support at all levels. Barriers overcome and pupils making good progress

£1200

High ratio of support staff running interventions  

Improved attainment in reading, writing and maths for all pupils

SEN pupils settle well and make good progress

Increased % pupils working at a good level of development 

 £5,000

Provision Manager

Improved attainment in reading, writing and maths

All pupils making expected or better than expected progress

Improved language and communication skills

 £3,420

 Additional  teaching assistant to raise standards in class 1 and 2

 

Improved attainment in reading and writing

Improved language and communication skills

 £9000

 Sports Coaching

 Esteem increased

Enriched Curriculum

 £3000

Music Coaching

Esteem increased

Enriched Curriculum

 £8,000

Total expenditure

 

 £26,200

Pupil Premium allocation

 

 £22,740

 

Additional funding from our school budget is being used to top up this important support.