Our Pupil Premium money is targeted at children that are ‘Looked After’ or adopted, and also those that are, or have been, in receipt of ‘free school meals’. Other children also benefit from this investment through access to interventions themselves or smaller group sizes as a result of additional staffing.
We expect about £130,000 in Pupil Premium income in 23-24. This will be spent on half a day a week teacher input and a part-time TA in EYFS, part-time intervention TAs in KS1, pastoral services, and targeted TA work in KS2. We will also subsidise music lessons, trips, residentials and Show Time membership. PP will also contribute to overall TA costs in school, without which we would need to cut more TA roles which would have a disproportionate impact on our PP children.
We had a Pupil Premium allocation of approximately £105k. Click here for details of expenditure.