Pupil Premium was introduced as a result of research that found that learners described as ‘deprived’ were not making as much progress as their peers. At Springside we have a larger than average number of learners in receipt of Pupil Premium and we are delighted that through our effective use of the extra funding this provide and generally these learners have bridged this gap.
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Below is a draft of how we propose to utilise the pupil premium funding for the academic year 2019-2020 based on estimated figures, once we have confirmed figures we will finalise the plan and update accordingly.
Allocation of pupil premium
2017 - 2018 - £58,500 (including £19,500 EYFS PP funding)
2018 - 2019 - £55,440 (including £5,280 EYFS PP funding)
2019 - 2020 - £60,720 (including £1,320 EYFS PP funding)
2020 - 2021 - £64,215 ESTIMATED (including £1,345 EYFS PP funding)
2018 - 2019 Pupil premium progress ANALYSIS
Comparison of pupils making expected and/or above expected progress
|English||Mathematics||Physical and Wellbeing|
|Non Pupil Premium||62%||53%||69%|