Pupil and Sports Premium
The aim of the government’s pupil premium is to raise achievement among disadvantaged pupils, diminishing the difference between them and their peers. The funding was introduced in April 2011 and is targeted at pupils aged 4-16, from low income families who are eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) or any Looked After Children (LAC). Pupil Premium funding also extends to children of service personal.
The wider aims are:
- To develop cultural capital to increase social mobility
- To enable more pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds to reach their potential and go on to further education.
- To reduce the attainment gap between the highest and lowest achieving pupils.
- To support children’s self -confidence, motivation and overall well-being.
Provision: (The provision varies year upon year to reflect the needs of the current children)
- Additional teaching and learning provision for Year 6
- Early intervention schemes
- Enriching workshops
- Effective feedback
- Meta-cognitive and self-regulation strategies (learning to learn strategies)
- Peer tutoring
- One-to-one support (Precision teaching)
- Phonics Interventions
- Parental involvement (Parent readers, volunteers)
- Sports participation
- After school programmes
- Learning styles
- Extra financial support for providing: coats in winter, sports clothing, uniform, school trips
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