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Pupil Premium

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The Pupil Premium is extra money given to schools each year by the government

Q: What’s it for?
A: It helps raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils, to close the gap between them and their peers. Read the policy on how we spend the Pupil Premium money

Q: How do you know which pupils are  disadvantaged?
A: Each child who has registered as eligible for Free School Meals at any point in the last 6 years counts for Pupil Premium. (Apply for Free School Meals at the Northlincs Website)

Q: How much do they get?           
A: The pupils don’t get the money, but the school gets £1,300 extra funding for each primary aged child.

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Q: Do any other children get pupil premium money?
A: Schools also receive £1,900 for each pupil who:
- has been looked after for 1 day or more
- has been adopted from care
- has left care under a special guardianship order

Pupil Premium At Crosby Primary School

Q: How many Pupil Premium children are there at Crosby?  
A: This year there are 146 Pupil Premium children  

Q: How much extra does that add to the school budget?           
A: That adds £197,280 for 2019-20 to the budget.

Q: How do we know the money is being well spent? Do all these extra things help?
A: The Head teacher and the governors work hard to check that Pupil Premium money is spent effectively. During 2018/2019 Crosby Primary School received £180,800 pupil premium money.

This is a summary of how it was spent.

 Pupil Premium
Strategy Cost

Increase the number of disadvantaged children achieving expected levels in key indicators in reading, writing and maths to a consistently good level across the school.

£35,760

Improve attendance rates for all children in EYFS.

£1,840

Improve attendance rates for disadvantaged pupils in Years 1-6.

£23,830

Build resilience and self-esteem of identified children.

£34,450
Increase the proportion of disadvantaged pupils working at age related and higher levels in Key Stage 2 in reading. £32,270
Increase attendance rates for specific disadvantaged pupils in Years 1-6. £30,400
Support vulnerable children with family routines, a good breakfast, uniform, access to the curriculum and nurturing support. £22,330
Total Expenditure  

£180,880

 

So what are we aiming to do this year?

In 2019/20 Crosby Primary School is trying to:

  • Increase the proportion of children who achieve a Good Level of Development. For the proportion of disadvantaged children achieving a Good Level of Development to be no less than that of their peers.
  • Increase the proportion of Year 1 and Year 2 children who achieve age related expectations in reading. For the proportion of disadvantaged Year 1 and Year 2 children achieving age related expectations in reading to be no less than that of their non-disadvantaged peers.
  • All middle prior attaining children (expected level in reading, writing and maths) in Year 3 and Year 4 to be securely achieving age related outcomes in reading.
  • All middle prior attaining children in Year 5 and Year 6 (expected level in reading, writing and maths) to be securely achieving age related outcomes in reading.
  • All high prior attaining children in Year 6 (greater depth level in at least one area) to be securely achieving greater depth outcomes in reading.
  • Increase children’s attendance rates across the school.
  • Reduce the number of disadvantaged children who are classed as persistent absentees.

For more information on last year's spending and our current priorities please read our pupil premium strategy.

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