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Pupil Premium Report

The following reports provide details about:

  • Our accountability
  • Number of eligible children
  • Funding received
  • How we have used the funding
  • Impact
  • Going forward for the next academic year

Pupil Premium 2016

Pupil Premium 2015 

Pupil Premium 2014

 

Monitoring impact

All pupils’ academic progress is tracked using ‘Target Tracker’ software, and each pupil is monitored and discussed at termly pupil progress meetings.  Specific support is put in place where needs are identified. A range of interventions are deployed to support pupils’ academic and personal development. Some LAC and FSM pupils are part of wider support programmes, Pupil Premium is used to fund their participation in these programmes.

The school monitors and evaluates the impact of the Pupil Premium funded activities to ensure there are positive outcomes for the pupils receiving the payment.

The Governing Body’s Learning & Development Committee review the impact data and discuss the most effective interventions with the Inclusion Manager.