Q - What is it for?
A - It helps raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils, to close the gap between them and their peers.
Q - How do you know which pupils are disadvantaged?
A – Each child who has registered as eligible for Free School Meals at any point in the last 6 years is eligible for Pupil Premium.
Apply for Free School Meals on the Leicestershire County council website.
Q – How much do they get?
A – The pupils don’t get the money but the school receives an additional £1,320 extra funding for each primary aged child.
Q – Do any other children get Pupil Premium money?
A – Schools also receive £2,300 for each pupil who:
- Has been looked after for 1 day or more
- Has been adopted from care
- Has left care under a special guardianship order.
For Service children or those in receipt of a child pension from the Ministry of Defence the school receives £300 per pupil.
Q - How many pupil premium children are there at Hall Orchard?
A – This year there are 61 Pupil Premium children.
Q - How much extra does that add to the school budget?
A – That adds £75,540 for 2019-2020.
Q - How do we know the money is being well spent?
A – The Headteacher and Governors work hard to check that Pupil Premium money is spent effectively. Pupil Premium spending at Hall Orchard is carefully tracked through regular pupil progress meetings and the impact of interventions are evaluated. Following an evaluation of the impact of the spending of the pupil premium money, decisions are made as to the most effective ways of spending future Pupil Premium money to maximise pupils’ progress.
(Pupil Premium Strategy is reviewed annually in September)
Pupil Premium 2019-2020
For the year 2019-2020 Hall Orchard CE Primary has received £75,540 of Pupil Premium money.
This is a summary of how the funding will be spent:
|LEXIA- Independent differentiated reading programme.||£3,610|
|RICH – 1:1 Reading development.||£6,300|
|PiXL unlock - vocabulary APP||£500|
|PIXL small group tuition to narrow the gap in reading, writing and mathematics.||£22,051|
|Small group tuition for reading and phonics led by Learning Support Assistant.||£11,790|
|Small group tuition for maths led by Learning Support Assistant.||£9,310|
|The services of an Education Welfare Officer to manage attendance and punctuality||£1,500|
|Forest School activities to develop resilience and self-esteem.||£6,500|
|Social Communication Groups.||£3,795|
|Lunch time 1-1 and small group support.||£1,980|
|Pupil Premium Package Subsidy||£5,804|
|Pupil Premium allocation||£75,540|