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Pupil Premium

Provision

Typically, we have very low numbers of disadvantaged or looked after children. We have a relatively high number of children who qualify for the Forces Children Pupil Premium. Due to these very low numbers, some information has been omitted from the website as the children involved would be easily identified. We have discussed support for these children with parents to find an personalised provision to meet their needs.

One common theme identified was self-confidence and team building skills, as the forces children in particular have often moved several times in their short school lives. By developing their self-confidence we feel we are preparing them better for the future. Ways in which we are using the Pupil Premium Grant to address this in 2016/17 are:

Individual and group Play Therapy.

Individual Drama Therapy

Outdoor and Adventurous team building and problem solving activities.

Our total Pupil Premium Grant income is £3100 for 2016/17 from 4 forces children and one adopted from Local Authority care.

 

Achievement of children eligible for PPG funding

Due to the low numbers of children involved, reporting this without identifying individual children is difficult.

We have two Forces children in EYFS, two in KS1 and one child who is adopted from LA care in KS2. They are tracked separately in school, with particular attention paid when the Forces children are away from home on active duty. Broadly speaking, so as not to identify individuals, one of these children is working towards age related expectations; three are working at, or very close to, age related expectations and the other is working beyond age-related expectations.

We have had no PPG eligible children complete KS2 with us in recent years.

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