As part of the way in which the Government funds schools, there is an allocation of money called “The Pupil Premium”. The Pupil Premium is designed to ensure that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most. The funding is allocated to support children who are eligible for free school meals, are looked after or have parents in the armed forces.
Click this link to find Allocation of Pupil Premium Funds and Data Analysis 2016 - 2017
At Kempston Rural Primary School we know that the biggest difference to children’s attainment and progress is the quality of the teacher and their understanding of how children learn. Interventions are planned to meet the needs of each child in receipt of funding by;
- Recruiting the best teachers we can.
- Ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all of the pupils.
- Providing additional support in our Reception classes.
- Music, trips and creative arts are provided where it will impact on children’s learning.
- Staff training linked to resilience and well-being.
- Additional 1:1 tuition for identified children.
- Supporting small, targeted groups in reading, writing and maths with a focus on core basic
- Measuring the impact of PPG spending
- The school evaluates the full impact of the pupil premium funding on the progress of individual pupils at the end of each term.
The Head Teacher will provide an annual report to the Governing Body on how the funding has been used and the impact it has on raising standards. Parents can view this information by calling into the school office.
If your child is identified as receiving Pupil Premium, there are many ways that the school can support them. For example through subsidised uniform, breakfast club, school trips etc. If you would like any further information regarding this please call, Mrs N Campbell (Deputy Head Teacher) 01234 854286 or email email@example.com