You can find here details of our pupil premium grant and spend for the current academic year 2020/21 and previous academic years.
PE and sport premium funding is also published here.
Grant Expenditure - School Year 2020/2021
The grant available from April 2020 to March 2021 is £582,390
The grant available from April 2019 to March 2020 was £581,380
The grant available from April 2018 to March 2019 was £579,480
The grant available from April 2017 to March 2018 was £564,960.
Summary of Spending Areas
% of funding
Enriching academic learning
- After school tutor groups four days each week
- Very high adult to child ratio for both literacy and numeracy groups across the school
- Booster classes and groups for both year 6 and year 2 in literacy and numeracy Level 6 booster groups
- Year 1 Booster tuition in literacy - 3 sessions each week
- Year 2 Fit and Phonics sessions - twice weekly
- First Class Number Groups with children in years 1, 2 and 3
- Go Chatter groups for children developing their vocabulary, spoken and written English in years Reception, Year 2 and Years 3/4
Enriching curriculum learning
- Subsidised out of school visits
- Year 6 school journey to France subsidised
- Expenses to cover the many visitors and additional workshops in school
- Musical instrument tuition for every child in the school
Enriching extra-curricular learning opportunities
- Enriching extra-curricular and Smart learning
- Wide range of highly subsidised and free extra-curricular provision
- Free or highly subsidised musical instrument tuition for those children who are highly committed
- Play and Speech Therapist supporting individuals and groups of children
- Booster groups in key stage 2 for DT, Science, Art and French
Pupil Premium Spend for 2020-2021 will be published soon
PE Premium/Sports Grant
The government give extra funding to schools to be spent on sport in school.
Last year the government doubled the amount, allowing us to allocate more to sport at the Federation. Our aim is to increase sporting opportunities for children regardless of their economic background or ability, and also to improve the quality of the provision they receive at no or very little cost to parents.