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WE ARE OUTSTANDING - OFSTED JULY 2014

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Pupil Premium

Background:

The pupil premium is a government initiative aimed at targeting extra money at pupils from deprived backgrounds to drive up standards.  Research shows that pupils from deprived backgrounds underachieve compared to their non-deprived peers.  The premium is provided to enable these pupils to be supported to reach their potential.

 


Funding 2016/17

2016 – 17
Money in
Pupil Premium £274,560

(Figures correct as of September 2016)

Pupil Premium intended spending:

Our key objective in using the Pupil Premium Grant is to improve attainment and narrow the gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers.  This year 2016-17 we plan to use the Pupil Premium to:

  • Provide teacher led interventions and boosters to increase the percentage of children throughout the academy reaching Age Related Expectation
  • Provide welfare support to those families and pupils who are most in need to increase attendance and support pupil progress
  • Provide high quality enrichment to targeted pupils
  • Subsidise the cost of curriculum enrichment activities through educational visits, theatre performances and motivational events.

 

Funding 2015/16

2015 – 16
Money in
Pupil Premium £298,320

(Figures correct as of September 2015)

This year 2015-16 we plan to use the Pupil Premium to:

·         Provide high quality enrichment to targeted pupils

·         Subsidise the cost of curriculum enrichment activities through educational visits, theatre performances and motivational events.

 

Funding 2014/15

2014 – 15
Money in
Pupil Premium £

 

Impact/ Outcomes (2014/2015)

In mathematics in 2015 the % of disadvantaged children achieving expected or better progress compared favourably with that seen nationally for other pupils. They made more progress than their peers in the academy.

In reading in 2015 the % of disadvantaged children achieving expected or better progress compared favourably with that seen nationally for other pupils. They made more progress than their peers in the academy.

In writing in 2015 the % of disadvantaged children achieving expected or better progress compared favourably with that seen nationally for other pupils. They made more progress than their peers in the academy.

 


Review date: Summer 2017

 

If you would like to read the complete documents please click the links below.

Pupil Premium Grant Policy

2015/16 Pupil Premium Grant

2014/15 Pupil Premium Grant

2013/14 Pupil Premium Grant

2012/13 Pupil Premium Grant

 

How to find us

  • Pennyman Primary Academy
  • Fulbeck Road
  • Netherfields
  • Middlesbrough
  • TS3 0QS

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