Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Grant – Expenditure and Outcomes

Kirmington St Helena’s Church of England Primary School 

  • Our latest Pupil Premium Strategy can be found here.

Pupil Premium Allocation 2014-2015

The Pupil Premium allocation for the academic year 2014- 2015 is not yet known but is likely to be in the region of £12,300.

The school will continue with all the support activities identified below and has further increased support with the continued provision of the teacher at Key Stage 2 to teach maths to all children enabling both Literacy and maths to be taught to much smaller groups in the juniors.

Pupil Premium Allocation 2013-2014

During this academic year the Pupil Premium was allocated to children who were in receipt of Free School Meals in January 2013.

The Pupil Premium allocation for the academic year 2013- 2014 was £6,671

This money was used specifically to support pupils in receipt of the pupil premium in the following ways:.

  1. Individual 1:1 interventions with a teaching assistant
  2. Individual and 1:2:2 tuition by class teachers for 10 sessions for children in Years 4, 5 or 6 in reading, writing and/or maths. (10 weeks x 50 minutes per child with a teacher)
  3. Free, or supported places on the PGL residential £165 per child
  4. An additional teaching assistant for 16 hours per week to undertake targeted  small group work and interventions in reading, writing and maths such as TELL Phonics/ First Class at Number/ Max’s maths/ALS/ Phonics support/Handwriting/Beat Dyslexia to ensure that all children in receipt of the pupil premium achieve or better National Expectations.
  5. Ensure that all children in receipt of pupil premium, can attend any educational activities, where financial issues might prevent a child from taking part.

IMPACT

  • All children in receipt of pupil premium at the end of Key Stage 2 matched their peers nationally in maths.
  • 66% of disadvantaged children in Key Stage 2 (2/3) made expected progress in reading and writing
  • All children in Key Stage 1 in receipt of pupil premium have done as well or better than their classmates in all subjects at Key Stage 1
  • All children in receipt of the pupil premium were able to attend PGL if they wanted.
  • All children in receipt of pupil premium were able to access educational activities.