What is the pupil premium?
The Pupil Premium is additional funding for publically funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities and to close the gaps between themselves and their peers. At Longton Primary School we ensure that barriers to learning are identified for all pupils entitled to the Pupil Premium, and to use the relevant funding to diminish differences between the attendance, well-being and learning outcomes for this group of pupils and their peers. Wherever appropriate we will ensure that the funding also has impact on those pupils not classified as Pupil Premium. We adopt strategies that will support pupils in their learning and ensure that all learners have access to the resources, challenge and support that they need to make progress in their learning. We are proud to be an inclusive school and this inclusivity is evident within our strategy and in our everyday practice. In addition, strategies also include those that motivate pupils to learn and inspires them to get the most out of their education. Children are not made aware that they are ‘Pupil Premium’. We are grateful to those parents and carers who apply for Pupil Premium funding, as we are aware of the difference this funding makes to the best possible outcomes for all.
At Longton primary School we do not receive a great amount of monies via this funding stream but what we do receive makes a huge difference to our children. We encourage all parents to look in to this funding and if our children can benefit from it.
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Provision to support pupils identified and eligible for pupil premium grants is carefully planned, implemented and impact reviewed based on the needs of individuals including those most vulnerable. Our Pupil Premium grant for 2021-2022 was £20175.. Our Pupil Premium grant estimate for 2022- 2023 is £33545.
|The grant funding has risen from £488 in 2011- 2012 to the following in 2022 - 23.|
|Pupils in years R- 6 recorded Ever 6 FSM||£1385|
|Looked after children||£2410|
|Children Adopted or under a special Guardianship or residence order||£2410|
|Pupils in year R - 6 Service Child (parent in armed forces)||£320|
The aims of the funding are as follows:
- To reduce the attainment gap between the highest and lowest achieving pupils nationally
- To increase social mobility
- To enable more pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds to get to the top universities
- To provide additional resources to schools to do this
- To support looked after children and post - LAC