Millfields Primary School

Millfields Primary School

Pupil Premium Report April 2017 – March 2018

Pupil Premium is allocated to schools on the basis of any pupil who has had a free school meal entitlement at any point during the previous 6 years.

Between April 2017 and March 2018:

10 pupils are eligible for the Pupil Premium @ £1320 per pupil

1 pupil is eligible for Pupil Premium for the children of service (or ex-service) parents @ £300 per pupil

Therefore the total allocation for 2017/2018 is £13,500.

The school receives this funding in termly instalments; this is in addition to the main school budget and must be used to close the gap between the academic achievements of these disadvantaged pupils in relation to their peers.

The school may also use these funds to address any other barriers to learning for those pupils, such as subsidising school trips and support with Breakfast and After School Club fees so that their parents can afford to return to work and have their children cared for.

Planned Expenditure – April 2017 to March 2018

  • Additional staffing for early morning booster and catch-up classes, for Years 2 – 6, delivered by two highly qualified LSAs

£6000.00

  •  Family financial support for trips and visits – three disadvantaged pupils for Year 6 residential

£1000.00

 

  • Social skills and speech and language therapy, delivered by a qualified Thrive practitioner and an ELKLAN trained LSA

£4000.00

 

  • Help with Breakfast and After School Club fees

£360.00

 

  • ICT support, providing I-pads and laptops for pupils with no access to wifi and/or hardware; extra access in school including Computer Club

£1600.00

 

  • Resources and contingency

£540

 

Impact of funding 2016/17 on pupil achievement

 

  • All disadvantaged pupils are in Key Stage 2
  • 100% of disadvantaged pupils are achieving in line with or higher than their peers in Reading
  • 90% of disadvantaged pupils are achieving in line with or higher than their peers in Writing
  • 90% of disadvantaged pupils are achieving in line with or higher than their peers in Mathematics

(No details can be given about the achievement of the child not achieving in line with their peers to avoid identification)