Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium is a sum of money that is allocated to local authorities and schools, via their budget, for students on roll (in January) who are, or have been, eligible for benefit related free school meals (FSM) at any time in the last six years.

HOW WE ARE USING OUR PUPIL PREMIUM 2017-18

Potten End C of E Primary School received £34,077.50 in funding for the year 2017-18. This money is being allocated in the following manner:

  • To subsidise curriculum enhancement for children whose families are experiencing financial hardship. This might include after school clubs, swimming and music lessons
  • To subsidise costs of visits and events which enrich the curriculum and for which a donation is requested
  • Towards additional Teaching Assistants (TAs) to support children with additional needs, in the classroom
  • To support and subsidise therapy for children who require it
  • Additional TA time to support children needing intervention strategies on a 1:1 basis

 Break down of funding for Year 17-18 (currently based on budgeted outgoings):

  • Educational trips and visits for pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium money: £1,739.30
  • School clubs for pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium money: £705.30 (not including summer clubs)
  • Swimming (Curriculum): £315
  • Additional support for pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium money (1:1 or small group intervention support): £27,775.53
  • Therapy for vulnerable children £5,545.00

This is a predicted total spend of £34,077.50 which represents a predicted overspend of £2,002.63.

HOW POTTEN END C OF E PRIMARY SCHOOL HAVE USED THEIR PUPIL PREMIUM ALLOCATION IN PREVIOUS ACADEMIC YEARS

2016-17
2015-16
2014-15
2013-14

  • Mapac

    Mapac
  • Diocese of St Albans

    Diocese of St Albans
  • Wisepay

    Wisepay
  • Activemark 2008

    Activemark 2008
  • School Games Bronze

    School Games Bronze
  • Healthy Schools Hertfordshire

    Healthy Schools Hertfordshire
  • Walk to School – Living Streets

    Walk to School – Living Streets