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Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is an additional amount of money provided by the Government for those children who are entitled to receive FSM (free school meals) or have received
FSM in the past 6 years.

The progress of all children is measured on a full termly basis and discussions take place with relevant teachers, during Pupil Progress Meetings. This enables us to discuss individuals in detail and pinpoint any area where additional support may be necessary.

How much pupil premium do we receive?

Academic
Year
2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18
Based on Jan 12
Census
Jan 13
Census
Jan 14
Census
Jan 15
Census
Jan 16
Census
Jan 17
Census
Number on
Roll: Year R - Year 6
256 252 255 265 269 279
Number of
pupils eligible for:
Pupil
Premium
Service
Children
(Includes
Ever 6)
68
4
67
4
63
3
65
3
57
3
68
3
Pupil
Premium %
Service
Children %
(Includes
Ever 6)
26.6%
1.6%
26.6%
1.6%
24.75%
1.2%
24.5%
1.15%
21.2%
1.1%
24.4%
1.1%
Total Grant £42,120 £65,051 £82,800 £86,700 £76,140 £90,660

We aim to remove the barriers to learning that our Pupil Premium children face which include:

When analysing the performance of Pupil Premium Children we are ask ourselves the following key questions:

1. How was the money spent and how well did Pupil Premium Children at William Stukeley CE Primary School?
2. Does the gap between Pupil Premium and Non Pupil Premium close by the end of Key Stage 2?
3. How well do Pupil Premium Children progress in other year groups compared to Non Pupil Premium?

In 2017-2018 Pupil Premium money will be invested in the same way as previous years.

Over the course of the next 2 years, we believe the proportion of children at William Stukeley CE Primary School, who are entitled to Pupil Premium, will drop significantly and this will lead to a reduction in funding; we will review provision on an annual basis.

You can find out what the Pupil Premium Grant supported in 2016-17 and the impact it had in our Pupil Premium Statement.