Pupil Premium Evaluation
The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of pupils who potentially could underachieve. These include pupils who are or have been entitled to free school meals over the past six years, those who are or have been looked after by the local authority and children who have a parent in the armed forces.
All schools are required to report the amount of money received and how it will be spent to support pupils. Once the funding has been used schools should report the impact it has had.
Foxhills Infant has been estimated £35,340 (as at August 2016) in pupil premium funding for the financial year 2016- 2017 and below are some of the ways this will be allocated:
- To provide additional phonic support to enable pupils to pass their phonics test
- To provide nurture support in Mollie Mole Lunch Club at lunchtime
- To provide emotional and social support in Badger Club (Nurture)
- To provide learning support within the classroom through cut-away groups
- To provide additional 1:1 and small group work to reinforce key objectives taught that morning during the afternoon session
- To provide 1-1 time for pupils with special educational needs to work on their programmes
- To provide catch up programmes in reading and maths
Please see the documents below for more information. The impact of the funding will be reported at the end of the summer term 2017.
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The following documents shows how Foxhills Infant School spent their Pupil Premium funding and the impact this had on pupil learning and progress.