Pupil Premium Spending 2017 -2018 

How will we spend the allocated money?

Impact of spending will be evaluated at the end of the school year.


Primary Pupil Premium Grant Awarded

Initial Pupil premium grant allocated in April funding.


Amount pupil premium Grant received per pupil


Estimate after adjustments


Adjustments  throughout  the year


Total amount of pupil premium Grant Received



 Objectives of spending pupil premium

Raising attainment ,achievement, confidence and self-esteem of disadvantaged children

 Closing the attainment and progress gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged children

Proposed spending of PPSG by item/project - these are approximate costs






Improving achievement and progress in Literacy



Project x

3 times a week



Focused reading programme to accelerate progress

Reading eggs


Early morning club  £2000

To improve Literacy/reading and phonics in KS1

Accelerated reader



To improve progress in reading through targeted support in the mornings and tracking

Beanstalk reading


3 readers

To increase confidence in reading and improve word reading and comprehension

Phonic support

Phonics resources


To target underachieving pp children to improve phonic blending and segmenting

Phonic support in Yrl/reception

Split teaching 1:1 sessions


London phonics project


Training and sessions

Motor skills

2 mornings a week


To improve fine motor skills and confidence-linked to writing

Yr2 and Yr6 support for split teaching


1 ½days a week teacher time

To split teach for targeted  teaching

Writing support in Yr6



To target  underachieving children

Pirate writing crew



3 x a week



To build confidence and improve basic skills in writing.




Improving achievement and progress in maths

First class at number


 And sessions 3 times a week



Focused maths programme to teach basic skills

1:1 tutoring    After school and Easter


To target individual PP children for maths and Literacy

Split teaching


2 times a week 1hour  sessions

£1343 .00

To target underachieving pp

 in maths To close the gap for pp and non pp children

Afternoon sessions-teaching to gaps


To close the gaps and accelerate learning.



Social and emotional



To support children with strategies to cope with stress and build resilience

Drama therapist

Sessions and support





To build up confidence and resilience and improve behavior for learning



Behaviour support at class and individual level

Support for teachers and parents

Emotional coaching for all staff


To improve understanding of supporting vulnerable children

Mentoring support and emotional support


To mentor and support with emotional and behaviour issues

Support for LAC/PEP meetings


To provide support and preparation for meetings.

Curriculum enrichment


Subsidizing trips/events



To improve extra-curricular opportunities for pupils






Subsidizing PGL/Kingswood


Subsidizing after school clubs


Out of school trips for pp/LAC


CPD for staff-To high quality first teaching

Training and support



Training courses and Support for teachers to improve teaching and learning and to support specific children

LA phonics Project




To support teaching of phonics

Maths support on the new curriculum and bar modelling through the MATHS HUB


To support the teaching of maths

Mark Hartley

Improving writing course


To develop the process of teaching writing

Tracking for Children-to close the gap between pp and non pp


Pupil progress meetings with Deputy Inclusion manager, teacher and tas


Termly meetings to discuss progress and  intervention

Moderation and monitoring of PP children






FSM for KS2