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Pupil Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

The Pupil Premium, introduced in April 2011, is allocated to children who are known to be eligible for free school meals (FSM), Service children and children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months. Children who had FSM at any time in the last 6 years are also eligible.

The Government has said that schools should decide how this money is spent as they are best placed to assess what additional funding should be made for pupils. Schools are however held accountable for how this money is spent and are required to publish this information online.

The school's funding is used to provide a range of interventions such as additional one to one or small group phonics, reading or writing activities. Both on-going school assessment data and periodic statutory assessment data are used to identify which children should be prioritised for inclusion in intervention groups.

 

Allocation for 2015 – 2016

 

With last year’s allocation of £7,920 we continued to support vulnerable pupils feeling safe in school. We provided children in receipt of Pupil Premium Grant additional access to high quality interventions. There has been a greater emphasis upon in class support to support greater inclusion.


"Fisher Family Trust" - 1:1 Literacy Programme
Phonics "catch up" groups
"Catch Up Numeracy" – 1:1 Numeracy Programme
Extension Reading

Social skills groups


Allocation for 2014 - 2015
This year’s allocation was used to extend some of our more able children in receipt of the Pupil Premium Grant, in addition to the successful interventions used previously. 
We are also gave our Pupil Premium children opportunities to attend enrichment activities such as Pop Dance and organised a social skills group recognising the importance of physical development and good social interactions as a basis for learning.

"Fisher Family Trust" – extra adults have been trained so we can offer more children this support
"Better Reading Partnership"
Phonics "catch up" groups
"Catch Up Numeracy"
Individualised Literacy support, either one to one or small group, including additional in class support
Extension Reading
 
Allocation for 2013 - 2014
This years allocation of £10,800 was used to subsidise excursion, extra-curricular activities, education resources and the teaching and learning opportunities listed below.

"Fisher Family Trust" - 1:1 Literacy Programme
"Better Reading Partnership"
"Early Literacy Strategy" groups
Phonics "catch up" groups
"Catch Up Numeracy"
Extention Reading

Allocation for 2012 - 2013
The funding for 2012/13 was £600/eligible pupil; St Rose's received £8,400 in Pupil Premium Funding. Some of the interventions currently in place, or planned for the academic year 2012 - 2013 are:

"Better Reading Partnership"
"Early Literacy Strategy" groups
Phonics "catch up" groups
"Catch Up Numeracy"
Individualised Literacy support, either one to one or small group.
Allocation for 2011 - 2012
St Rose's received £4,730 in Pupil Premium Funding. Some of the interventions implemented in the academic year 2011 - 2012 were:

The "Reading Recovery Programme"
"Better Reading Partnership"
"Catch Up Numeracy"
Individualised Literacy support, either one to one or small group.
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