The Pupil Premium is funding that is based on the number of pupils receiving free school meals. Historically, pupils receiving FSM make slower progress and achieve lower results than those children who do not receive FSM. This is a national issue. The purpose of the Pupil Premium is to target support to ‘narrow the gap'. At September 2017, there were 73 pupils eligible for Pupil Premium. This equates to 27% of the number on roll.
What the school aims to achieve from the Pupil Premium funding:
To close any in-school gaps in attainment and progress rates between pupils receiving funding and those who do not and ultimately to ensure that the attainment and progress rates of pupils receiving pupil premium funding is at least in line with that of all non-disadvantaged pupils nationally.
Identified Barriers To Achievement For Those Eligible for Pupil Premium Funding:
How the impact will be measured:
Glade do scheduled termly reviews as part of the school's annual assessment calendar, analysing attainment and progress of children eligible for pupil premium compared with the national picture for disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged children. At Glade we also compare the pupil premium group with those that are not eligible to help identify any further trends or barriers.
Date of the next review of the strategy
31st January 2018
Follow the links below to download information on how we use our Pupil Premium funding and the impact it has on standards.
You can download details of how we spend our Sport Premium from here.